Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, account records, legal and land papers, literary productions, pamphlets, and clippings compose the Keeble Family Papers, 1810-1904, documenting the social and business affairs of the Keeble and Rucker families in Tennessee, Texas, and Lauderdale County, Alabama.
The Florence Fields Killen Papers, 1800-1992 (bulk 1948-1992), contain notes, hand-drawn and printed maps, etchings, correspondence, articles by Killen, publications, newspaper clippings, photographs, photocopies and typescripts, and printed material produced during Killen’s research on Cherokee Chief Richard Fields, the Fields family genealogy, and the history of Cherokee Indians in Texas.
The Jarrette Law Letters, 1862, comprise transcriptions of a letter from his wife in Springdale, Louisiana, and his response. Law writes about the life conditions at Fort Pillow, Tennessee, where he was stationed, while his wife talks about the family and social life back at Springdale, Louisiana.
Papers of Ben McCulloch and his brother, Henry Eustace McCulloch include materials relating to their parents, siblings and descendants, including letters, journals, rosters and military communications, geneologies and scrapbooks.
The Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Company Records, 1856-1857, contain resolutions and correspondence documenting the construction of a branch line from the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.
Composed of Photostat letters, the R. H. Morris Letters, 1863-1864, chronicle the experiences of Morris, a soldier in the Union 7th Tennessee Cavalry.
Correspondence, press releases, charter, by-laws, reports, contracts, resolutions, membership records, bulletins, committee records, technical research, annual meetings and hearings minutes, notebooks, and legislative acts comprise the National Cotton Compress and Cotton Warehouse Association Records, 1931-1970.
Letters and legal documents compose the Mahlon Phillips Papers, 1840-1894.
Legal papers and correspondence comprise the Benjamin F. Piper Family Papers, 1847-1874, documenting Piper’s life and military career.