Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Papers relating to Black (1820-1862), a physician in Panola County, as well as to the Robb family of New Orleans reflect the social, political, cultural, and financial activities of various family members and friends. Correspondence and financial records primarily concern Black's medical career and his service with the Confederate Army. There is also a weather diary kept by Black in 1853
Photostatic copies of papers concern the financial affairs of Blackshear, plus letters, diaries, and business papers pertaining to the administration of the James J. Blackshear and Thomas Edward Blackshear estates, the operation of the Brunswick and Florida Railroad Company, Indian disturbances in Georgia in 1836, and genealogy of the Blackshear family.
The Henry S. Bunting Papers, 1861-1948, contains the biography and histories written by Henry S. Bunting about his father, Robert F. Bunting, and the Presbyterian Church in Texas.
The Joshua K. Callaway Papers, 1862-1863, contain 84 letters written by Calloway to his wife, Dulcinea Baker Callaway, during his time in the Confederate Army. The letters include accounts of his experiences in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia, as well as his descriptions of daily life in Confederate camps.
Comprising photostats of legal documents, the Paul Coalson Estate Account, 1830-1852, concerns Coalson's children and the execution of his assets after his death in 1830.
The Howell Cobb Letter, 1851, is a political letter addressed to Linn Boyd, a Democrat from Kentucky who helped pass the Compromise of 1850.
The Monroe F. Cockrell Collection, 1862, 1864, 1963-1964, contains three letters concerning the Confederate Army’s battles, hospitals, and railroads during the Civil War.
The Davenport, Crittenden, and Harvey Families Papers, 1806, 1827-1894, document the lives of the families and concern the social and economic conditions in Georgia and Texas. The collection includes letters written and received by John Crittenden, which describe his life as a soldier in the Thirty-Fourth Alabama Regiment during the Civil War and are arranged chronologically.
The Paul Erdős-Carl Pomerance Correspondence Collection (1974-1995) consists of approximately 435 letters between the two mathematicians written over the course of 20 years.
The Eliza S. Fannin Letters, 1829-1832, contain a typescript of correspondence written to and from Eliza S. Fannin and various family members during her time at school in Salem, North Carolina.