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Hazel and Forrest Tripp Postcard, 1912 August 12, 1 postcard Postcard from Hazel and Forrest Tripp to their mother informing her that they arrived in Mobile, Alabama, and describing what they did that day. Deane Terry Article and Ration Books , 1945 , (One news article and six ration books) Six war ration books and one news article sent to Deane Terry in West Virginia. H. T. Letter , circa 1900 , 0.05 linear feet A letter from H. T., written from Akron, Ohio, to Mr. Emrich. Talbot, Jones, and Company letter and promissory notes, 1837-1839, 2 items An 1839 letter to E. L. Woodward of Jacksonville, Alabama, with instructions to collect on an enclosed promissory note from James M. Mitchell, deceased. Asher M. Talcott letters , 1861-1862 , 0.1 linear feet Letters written by Civil War soldier, Asher M. Talcott, in Iowa, to his brother Lorenzo. Talladega Cemetery Association records, 1920-1933, 18 pieces This collection consists primarily of lists of dues owed and paid by individuals for the upkeep of Oak Hill cemetery in Talladega, Alabama. Talladega Primary Union records, 1901-1907, 1 volume This collection consists of a bound ledger containing records of minutes, rolls, and dues,1901-07. Letter from Tallo to Katharine Arnold , 1923 November 29 , 1 letter One letter from Tallo(?) of New York City to a friend, Katharine (Katee) Arnold, in Poughkeepsie, New York. The letter was written in French, which was not the writer's first language, and discussed French books the writer had read recently and an upcoming visit by Katee. W. Frank Tandy letters, 1915-1917, nd, 9 letters and envelopes Letters grom W. Frank Tandy of Eagle Station, Kentucky, to Edith Lindsay of Worthville, Kentucky Elmer Tanner Letter , 1918 November 18 , 1 letter, 1 envelope This collection contains one letter from Elmer Tanner, at Camp Sherman in Chillicothe, Ohio, to his mother, Mrs. A. Tanner, Geneva, Ohio, November 18, 1917, during World War One. He tells his mother about some of his daily activities, other people who have written him, and that he had received his pay. E.W. Tarrant Letters , 1914 October , 0.1 linear feet Two letters written from Aransas Pass, Texas, to a Mrs. Brown in October 1914, containing extensive reminiscences of the Warrior Guards (Company A of the Fifth Alabama Infantry Regiment) and Fowler's Artillery Battery. Both units were organized at Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Taylor versus Robinson bill of complaint, Undated; post 1865, 1 item, 61 pieces Bill of complaint with appended exhibits in the case of Taylor vs. Robinson. The suit involved the alleged misuse or misappropriation of monies and property by the administrator of the estate of Byrd Brandon. Among the exhibits are copies of Brandon's last will and testament and inventories of his estate, including slaves. Aurulia Taylor autograph book, 1862-1873, 1 item Commercially-published autograph book entitled "Leaves of Affection," containing handwritten notes and poems by Taylor's friends and acquaintances. Most of the signers were from Mobile, Alabama. Francis Taylor letter, 1860 December 29, 1 letter A letter from Francis Taylor, Oldham County, Kentucky, to William Crider, Westport, Kentucky, 29 December 1860, concerning a debt owed by Crider to Taylor's wife, who needed it to be repaid owing to having spent $150 on recovering a runaway slave. Frank Marion Taylor papers, 1941-1949, 4.5 inches (includes scrapbook) A collection of correspondence, memos and documents related to the military service of this Birmingham resident, including a scrapbook containing newspaper headlines and clippings about World War II, and personal mementos. Herbert J. Taylor, Jr. Letters , 1917-1920 , 0.8 linear feet Correspondence between Major Herbert J. Taylor, Jr. (Battery 13, 136th Field Artillery, American Expeditionary Forces) and his wife, Roberta Dorsey Taylor of Columbus, Ohio, from 1917 to 1920. Hugh Taylor papers, 1959-1975, 1 linear foot Contains personal papers including civic organization materials, church material (Covenant Presbyterian Church, Tuscaloosa, Alabama), business records, personal correspondence, genealogical materials, and 22 photographs of this University of Alabama School of Education professor. Mollie Taylor letter , 1900 August 24 , 0.1 linear feet Letter from Taylor in Woodhull, Illinois, to Rowena Everett in Aledo, Illinois, asking Miss Everett to tell Miss Everett's sister that she will board with her. R. Taylor letter , 1862 , 0.1 linear feet A letter from R. Taylor, Confederate officer, to Benjamin W. Belsches, Confederate cavalry officer, Norfolk, 13 March 1862. Samuel Taylor letter, 1818, 1 item ; typescript An 1818 letter to William W. Bibb, Governor of the Alabama Territory, which describes skirmishes between settlers and Indians in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Thomas Jones Taylor letters , 1862-1886 , 0.1 linear feet This collection consists primarily of letters written to his family during the Civil War. Taylor was captured at Port Hudson in July 1863, and many of the letters were composed while a prisoner of war at Johnson's Island, Ohio. W.H. Taylor letter, 1863 July, 1 item, 1 piece Letter to Champion T. Turner regarding money he received after Richard L. Turner's death. Eldred Burder Teague papers , 1844-1883 , 0.4 linear foot The collection consists primarily of the religious compositions of an 1840 graduate of the University of Alabama who became a prominent Baptist minister. J.H. Tebbey letter, circa 1846, 1 letter, 2 pages The collection is a letter from J.H. Tebbey to his sister Julia Tebbey. The letter contains an Indian prayer with five stanzas. The destination of the letter is New Hampshire, but the location from which it was written is unknown. Letters from U.S> Senators regarding the "Telepost Bill" of 1910 , 1910 , 0.05 linear feet Letters from three U.S. Senators from Alabama to constituents in 1910 regarding the "Telepost Bill" before the 61st Congress. Marten ten Hoor Papers , 1913-1974 , 8 linear feet This collection contains correspondence, texts of speeches and addresses, reports, class notes for lectures and seminars, papers relating to philosophy and other subjects, and materials pertaining to conferences of the various professional organizations to which Professor ten Hoor belonged. Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company document, 1921-1962, .4 linear feet A miscellany of materials relating to the Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railway Comapny's Fairfield Steelworks, later a part of the United States Steel Company's industrial empire. These include a copy of an Employees dressing card, for treatment of injuries by physician (1921); a "Plan of Fairfield Steelworks, Tennessee Coal, Iron & R.R. Co, Birmingham, Alabama" (1931); "Specifications for a Tar Distillation and Naphthalene Refining Plant for Tennessee Iron and Coal Division, United States Steel Company, Fairfield, Alabama" (1952); and a copy of the "Agreement between Tennessee Iron and Coal Division, United States Steel Corp. and the United Steelworkers of America" (1962). Adonijak Thayer Letter Fragments , 1838 April 29 , 0.05 linear feet Letter fragments from Adonijak Thayer to his nephew, Joseph Wild. The parts of the letter that connect talk about family losses as well as church revivals. Third Liberty Loan Subscriber Window Poster , 1918 , 0.05 linear feet A window poster for the Third Liberty Loan sale in 1918. Frank Hall Thomas paper, 1913, 1 item, 13 pieces A typescript paper titled "Fifteen Days in Europe: An Account of Travels in Italy, Switzerland, and France, with an account of the American Invasion of Mexico," by United Press correspondent Frank Hall Thomas Roy L. Thomas materials on the Philomathic Literary Society, 1932, 3 items, 6 pieces; typescript Contains material on the history of The Philomathic Literary Society of the University of Alabama, apparently gathered for submission to the Birmingham News S. Y. Thomas letter, 1848 July 11, 1 letter A letter from S.Y. Thomas of Trenton, Tennessee, to his sister Jane, dated 11 July 1848, which discusses family matters, family deaths, illness in the vicinity, religion, and the 1848 presidential election. Sallie Thomas Friendship Album , 1873-1883 , 0.1 linear feet One leather bound volume containing prose and poetry written to "Miss Sallie Thomas" of "Oak City" between 1873 and 1883. A.Q. Thompson Letter, 1845, 1 letter The collection contains a handwritten letter from A.Q. Thompson of Louisville, Kentucky to "My Dearest Theo" by care of Jane Layne. She wishes he were with her, how someone should write to "mamma," her affection for Theo, and personal matters. Brittain Thompson papers, 1958, 1 item A copy of a paper titled "Thousands of Years in Alabama," presented at the 1958 Alabama Historical Association by Brittain Thompson, president of the Alabama State Archaeological Association. Mrs. Dupont Thompson biography , 1951 , 1 item This collection contains an unpublished biography of Mrs. Dupont Thompson, a board member of Partlow State School in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Haydn Neal Thompson Letters , 1924-1935 , 1 linear feet Haydn Neal Thompson’s family members, including mother, Marie Thompson, and sister, Janet Thompson, as well as a few letters from aunts and cousins, write to Thompson while he is away at military school and later, college. There is also a large representation of friends, primarily girlfriends, socializing through correspondence, discussing entertainments and dating. Henrietta Thompson papers, 1925-1966, 22.4 linear feet This collection contains the papers and correspondence of an University of Alabama Home Economics professor. James Thompson Letter , 1889 March 5 , 0.1 linear feet A letter from James Thompson of El Paso, Illinois, to W. O. Ensign of Rutland, Illinois, about business and the illness of a mutual friend. John F. Thompson papers , 1836-1839 , 0.2 linear feet This collection consists principally of correspondence concerning the Alabama Militia, 1836-1839, and records of the 14th Brigade, Alabama Militia, 1837-1839. Phillip Thompson letter, 1828 September 6, 1 letter One letter by an unknown individual to Phillip Thompson, 6 September 1828, concerning a court case over the author's estate. Robert L. Thompson Letters, 1943-1944, 2 letters and 2 envelopes These are two letters from Private Robert L. Thompson, who was stationed in Europe during World War Two, to a friend back in the United States. He mentions friends, the situation in Europe, and New Year's Day. Natalie Thornton Photographs, 1906-1910, 1 album (126 photographs) Photograph album containing primarily scenes of University of Alabama coeds at leisure. Scenes include the 1908 Boat Race on the Warrior River, the 1908 UA Girls' Tennis Club, a tree-planting by the 1908 Senior Class and construction of the Smith Museum. Also contains scenes from Montgomery, Alabama, New York City, New Orleans, Florida and Texas. Most photos are captioned and dated. Will R. Thorpe Letters , 1905 November 15 - December 21 , 0.1 linear feet Letters to Will R. Thorpe of Milton Junction, Wisconsin from November 15 to December 21, 1905 from F. C. Buten of Chicago, Illinois concerning the sale of some property of Buten's. Stanley Thrasher paper, 1979, 1 item A paper written by Stanley Thrasher for a University of Alabama class in American Folklore. The paper relates the history of the Thrasher Brothers gospel music group, of which the author was a member. Robert E. Tidwell papers, 1941-1974, 0.33 linear foot This collection includes papers, some written by Tidwell, correspondence, invitations, and bulletins. Herschel Tiffany Letter , 1925 August 29 , 0.05 linear feet Letter written by Herschel Tiffany, of Kansas City, Missouri, on 29 August 1925, to his wife in Paducah, Kentucky. Tillery Family Photographs, , 107 photographs, 2 albums Possibly family photographs. Carlyle Tillery book typescript , 1950 , 0.2 linear feet Galley proofs of Tillery's novel "Red Bone Woman", published by the New York firm of J. Day in 1950. Henry Timrod Papers , 1854-1940 , 0.2 linear feet This collection contains letters, some of them Civil War related, and poems to Rachel Lyons, of Columbia, South Carolina, primarily from the period 1861-1863. Jennie Tinsley Letter , 1874 March 25 , 0.05 linear feet Letter from Jennie Tinsley, a Christian missionary in Lucknow, India, in 1874, to a Mrs. Willing, telling about the conversion of the local people to Christianity. To Kill a Mockingbird Essay Contest , 2001-2010 , 1.2 linear feet This collection contains essays chosen as winners of the To Kill a Mockingbird contest for Alabama high school students, sponsored by the University of Alabama Honors Program. Each year a grand-prize winner is chosen from among the winners from each high school. David Tod proclamation , 1863 , 0.1 linear feet A proclamation by Ohio Governor David Tod, officially discharging Frank Rockway, a member of the "Squirrel Hunters," a militia that defended Columbus, Ohio, from a Confederate invasion. Milo Todd Letter , 1857 June 22 , 0.1 linear feet A letter from Milo Todd, of Northford, Connecticut, to his friend, John Douglass Fowler, of Bristol, Wisconsin, about crops, the end of the world, and "Western Fever." James H. Tombs Lettter , 1912 , 0.1 linear feet A letter dated 23 December 1912 to T. K. Oglesby, discussing naval and submarine warfare during the Civil War. John B. Tomlinson card , circa 1932 , 0.1 Linear feet, 1 card One card thanking family and friends for expressing sympathy for the death of the mother of possibly John B. Tomlinson. G. A. Tompkins letter, 1842 November 20, 1 item A letter dated 20 November 1842, from Line Creek, Pike County, Alabama to his brother, Charles Tomkins, Jr., in King William County, Virginia. It discusses family news, personal health, and cotton farming. Toulmin, Hazard and Company correspondence , 1834 , 0.05 linear feet Correspondence from the Toulmin, Hazard and Company commission firm of Mobile, Alabama. Toulmin, Hazard and Company letter, 1834 November 8, 1 item A letter dated 8 November 1834, to Harvey Chase of Fall River, Massachusetts by J. B. Toulmin of this Mobile, Alabama commission firm. It includes market news and discusses selling cotton to Chase. Written on a printed market report of the firm dated November 5. Louisa Anna Toulmin letter, 1842 August 5, 1 item A letter dated 5 August 1842, from Toulminville, Mobile County, Alabama, to Mrs. Samuel Ward, Newport, Rhode Island. In it Toulmin thanks Ward for the time spent together on her trip north the previous year, and inquires about various people. Adrien Tournebe, no date, photostats Photostatic copies of letters written in Greek, possibly written by Adrien Tournbe Towle Brothers Company Invoice , 1899 , 0.1 linear feet An invoice from The Towle Brothers Company of Nevada City, California. The company sold "lumber, laths, shingles, shakes, pickets, etc." Edith Towne Letter , 1939 February 2 , 0.1 linear feet Letter from Edith Towne of Berlin, Germany to Randy (Mrs. Peter) Merriman about sending a birthday gift for a mutual friend. Emma C. Townley Letter , 1899 December 22 , 0.1 linear feet A letter from Emma C. Townley to Rose Scofield of Carthage, Illinois wishing her a happy holiday season. C. L. Townsend letters, 1862, 2 items Letters to his wife and family sent from Kentucky and Corinth, Mississippi in 1862. These give instructions for handling his business affairs and express discontent with the war. Catherine Toxey Letter , 1856 October 28 , 0.1 linear feet Letter written by Catherine Toxey in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to her cousin. Letter discusses family matters and the well-being of her mother and children. Edward Dorr Tracy correspondence, 1861-1863, 100 sheets Copies of correspondence between Tracy and Clement C. Clay, Tracy and his wife, and others. The originals are held by the Perkins Library, Duke University. "A tramp leaned against the side of a house", circa 1930, 1 poem, 1 page The collection contains a handwritten poem by an unknown author about the misunderstanding of a "tramp" who is eavesdropping on a husband and wife. Russell F. Trask Letters, 1945, 197 letters, 532 pg, 2 clippings, 1 bklet, 2 postc Letters written mainly to Russell F. Trask, E.M. 1/c aboard the U.S.S. Apollo (A.S. 25) by his wife, LeElda “Lee” Trask of Wausau, Marathon County, Wisconsin. Some of the letters are written to Trask by his mother; some of the letters are written to Lee by Trask. Frank John Traudt Letters , 1899-1910 , (Four letters, one card) One letter of recommendation from T. A. Chapman Company Dry Goods, Trandt's previous employer. Three letters from an attorney, Lynn S. Pease, regarding payments and the selling/buying of Rohn Swimming School. All letters are from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. George Alfred Trenholm letter, 1861 March 4, 1 item A letter dated 4 March 1861, from Charleston, South Carolina to his son, W. L. Trenholm, in Montgomery, Alabama introducing the bearer, a Mr. Cathers, his wife, and her sister, Mrs. Pennnington. "Trip to Heaven", circa 1900, 1 poem, 5.5 pages The collection contains a bawdy poem by an unknown author concerning a preacher and a Sunday school student. The poem is handwritten. James Troy Card , 1943 August 17 , 0.05 linear feet A birthday card from James Troy, a private in the United States Army, to his mother, Mrs. O. H. Troy of Louisville, Kentucky, wishing her a happy birthday. Tucker family Bible, circa 1800s, 1 item, photocopies Contains records of births, marriages, and deaths. Albert J. Tully letters, 1979-1980, 15 items, photocopies A series of typed letters sent to family and friends by this Mobile, Alabama, resident describing his and his immediate family's experiences during and following Hurricane Frederick, which hit Mobile September 12-13, 1979. Michael Tuomey naturalization papers, circa 1853, 4 folders, photocopies This collection contains the originals, photocopy, and typed transcription of Tuomey's naturalization papers. Robert E. Turnbull Letter , 1944 August 8, 1 letter and 1 envelope This is a letter from Robert E. Turnbull, a World War Two soldier, to a relative, probably his sister. He discusses family and friends, his life in France, in particular the weather, and the monetary system. Belle M. Turner Papers, Circa 1867, 2 paper, 5 pieces Two documents in the case of an altercation between A.L. West and Thomas M. Pearce in Noxubee, Mississippi. Brittain Turner and Rose Wallace Turner papers, 1893-1928, 11 items, 11 pieces A miscellany of University of Alabama materials, including an 1893 Society of the Alumni Reunion and Banquet Program, an 1896 special insert to the student newspaper, the Crimson/White, a 1910 Commencement Program, and a letter from University President George H. Denny dated 3 July 1928 containing words of praise and encouragement. L. T. Turner Letter , After 1860 , 0.05 linear feet Letter from L. T. Turner to Mollie discussing the impossibility of visiting one another and the possibility of Mollie's marriage. Louis W. Turpin plantation store ledgers, 1879-1880, 2 ledgers Two sales ledgers for a plantation store belonging to Louis W. Turpin of New Berne, Alabama. Contains daily listings by person, listing what they purchased and how much each item cost. One book is from April 21-July 17 1879, and the other is January 1 - March 9, 1880. Tuscaloosa Heritage Brochures , 1981 , 0.1 linear feet Two brochures from 1981 that describe heritage sites in Tuscaloosa. Tuscaloosa Cotton Gin/Sawmill Photographs, 1938, 5 photographs Snapshots of Tuscaloosa cotton gin and sawmill and African-American women carrying baskets on their heads. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Preservation Society records, 1969-1978, 2 linear feet, 10 scrapbooks A set of scrapbooks containing clippings recording the work and activities of this society,1979-80, including its publication, Heritage Week. Tuskaloosa Female College commencement programme, 1890 , 1890 June 10 , 0.05 linear feet Program for the 1890 Tuskaloosa Female College commencement exercises. Tuscaloosa Lyceum resolution on Reverend William Scott, 1842 August 31, 1 item A resolution dated 31 August 1842, expressing thanks for the services of Reverend William A. Scott, signed by Lincoln Clark, president, and Robert T. Clyde, secretary. Tuscaloosa Music Study Club, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, records , 1904-2007 , 10.2 linear feet A collection of club records, constitution and by-laws, member lists, yearbooks, scrapbooks, and other materials of this Tuscaloosa arts organization. Tuscaloosa Piano Teachers Forum records, 1918!!-1991, 2 linear feet A collection of records including minutes, recital programs, and newspaper articles in scrapbooks of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama arts organization. Tuscaloosa Study Club records , 1922-2002 , 2.2 linear feet Yearbooks, secretary's notes, news clippings, minutes, invitations, and photographs of this Tuscaloosa women's group. Tuscaloosa, Alabama Female Benevolent Society records, 1854-1867, 2 volumes This collection contains records of the society's activities, 1854-67, including minutes, dues paid, money spent, and lists of recipients. Tuscaloosa, Alabama Historical Society records, 1960-1968, 1 inch A collection of financial documents of this Tuscaloosa civic organization, including records of dues payments and disbursements. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Service Men's Center Scrapbook , 1943-1946 , 2.8 linear feet (1 scrapbook in 2 boxes) A scrapbook containing photographs, letters, greeting cards, newspaper clippings, activity programs, and other items relating to the Tuscaloosa Service Men's Center for soldiers during World War Two. Tuskegee Airmen Collection , 1983-1989 , 0.1 linear feet Photocopied articles, clippings, press releases, programs, membership rosters, and memoirs relating to the Tuskegee Airmen, the group of men who participated in the first pilot training program for African-Americans during World War II. Tuskegee Airmen 99th Fighter Squadron Uniform Patch , circa 1943 , 0.05 linear feet World War II uniform patch of the Tuskegee Airmen 99th Fighter Squadron Tuskegee Airmen Clippings , 2008 , 4 clippings The Tuskegee Airmen Clippings collection contains four clippings from the Friday, October 10, 2008, "Montgomery Advertiser" regarding the dedication of the Tuskegee Airmen National site. Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute traveling program advertisement , circa 1900 , 1 advertisement An advertisement for the traveling program, "Negro Education in Black Belt of the South," featuring the Tuskegee Quintette. Lewis J. Tutt Letters , 1931 November , 0.05 linear feet Letters to Lewis J. Tutt, the New Jersey Deputy Prohibition Administrator, praising his work for prohibition. Agnes Tutwiler interview, 1975 February 6, 1 item; photocopy Photocopy typed transcript of an interview of Agnes Tutwiler conducted by Marvin Rogers on 6 February 1975. The subject of interview was Tutwiler's relative, the prison reformer Julia Tutwiler. Henry Tutwiler Letter , 1834 June 17 , 1 letter A letter from Tutwiler recommending a student for a teaching position at an unidentified school in Cahaba, Alabama Rosalie Tutwiler interview, 1975 February 6, 1 item; photocopy Photocopy typed transcript of an interview of Rosalie Tutwiler conducted by Marvin Rogers on 6 February 1976. The subject of the interview was Tutwiler's relative, the prison reformer Julia Tutwiler. Twentieth Century Study Club records , 1923-1993 , 1.8 linear feet Minutes and yearbooks of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, women's study club. Ann Tyler Letter , 1827 December 5 , 1 letter Ann Tyler of Gadsden, Alabama writes to friend Carrie Wadlington of Charleston, South Carolina. The focus of the conversation is on local marriages with some vague attention to future travel plans. Lizzie Tyler Letter , 1892 September 18 , 0.1 linear feet A letter from Lizzie Tyler of Louisville, Kentucky, to her sister, Fannie Henley of Jefferson County, Kentucky, asking her to visit and telling her about her children and daily activities at home. "Types One Meets in any Men's Rest Room", circa 1950, 1 page Small handbill that gives humorous descriptions of the different types of men in a restroom. Tyree Springs Hotel, Hendersonville, Tennessee , unknown , 0.1 linear feet An envelope from the Tyree Springs Hotel in Hendersonville, Tennessee featuring the water's curative properties. Arden A. Tyrrell letter, 1859 March 8, 1 item A letter dated 8 March 1859, from Oregon, touting the land's prosperity and opportunities. J. C. Tyson III stamp collection, 1938-1977, 0.8 linear foot This collection consists chiefly of three stamp albums plus first issue commemorative envelopes. It also contains some correspondence.