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Jennie E. Brander Letter

Identifier: MC 814
Scope and Content Note Letter written by Jennie E. Brander, a school teacher in Bolivar, Mississippi, to "Beloved Friend," living in Bellevue, Louisiana. Brander describes the previous year's burning of her town by Union troops, rumored conditions in the Vicksburg area, and her activities as a teacher at Bolivar. Four-page letter written by Jennie E. Brander to an unnamed friend at Bellevue, [Louisiana], from Bolivar, Mississippi. She describes her activities as a teacher, the impact on her and other...
Dates: 1863

Mary T. Daniels Receipt

Identifier: MC 815
Scope and Content Note

Receipt signed by Mary T. Daniels, a Fayetteville, Arkansas, school teacher, for tuition money received from George Reed, also of Fayetteville.

Dates: 1867

Henry and Cunningham Business Records

Identifier: MS H396j 392
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, statements of account, orders, receipts, bills of lading, freight bills, and other business records collected by Zillah Cross Peel and pertaining primarily to the general mercantile company of Van Buren, Arkansas known successively as Henry and Cunningham; Henry and Williams; and D. C. Williams and Co., Agents. Includes miscellaneous other business records. 33 items.

Dates: 1842-1870; undated

Zillah Cross Peel Papers

Identifier: MC 781
Scope and Content Note

Most of the materials in this collection are newspaper clippings, manuscript articles, and family photographs. Some correspondence, chiefly between Zillah and her publishers, is also included.

Dates: 1898-1980

W. John Swor Letters

Identifier: MS Sw74 393 SWOR
Scope and Content Note MS. ALSs from W. John Swor [Swar?] written while on mining expeditions in California and in other parts of western United States, to his wife, Elizabeth Peel Swor and to his brother-in-law, James W. Peel, both of Carrollton, Arkansas. Letters pertain, for the most part, to personal, familial, and domestic concerns, but some also pertain incidentally to traveling, mining, and living conditions in the western states and in northwest Arkansas, particularly in Carrollton....
Dates: 1859-1861; 1868-1869