Two-page printed blank form filled out in manuscript with the deposition of Mr. Samuel Patterson of the firm of Smylie and Patterson of Charleston, South Carolina. Prepared by notary public Abraham Crouch, Patterson declares shipment of 140 bales...
Ernie tells Mim that he is doing well in Spain. He, Harry Malofsky, and Bernie Abraham have been selected as head of the [entertainment?] committee and have re-written the lyrics to "Honey-Honey;" they will present it the following night.
Paul writes to his sister that he has seen their friend Bernie Abraham and everyone at the front is doing well. Paul describes his last night in Paris and being moved by the beauty of the exposition, the lights, and the Seine.
Missing in action;War casualties;Memorabilia;Photographs;Veterans' organizations;Veterans;
Copy of letter. Sheean discusses going through Jim's things after his death, destroying his papers, but keeping passport photos for himself, Walter Kerr, and Mrs. Lardner, for when she is ready. He has also doled about Jim's clothing and food to...
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Four-page inventory of the Estate of Alexander Blain, including livestock, furniture, clothing, tools, and slaves named Abraham, Simon, Stephen, Violet, Mariah, Filia, Tiller, and Murx in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Rum industry--Suriname; Slave trade--Ghana; Rum industry--Ghana; Slave trade--Rhode Island--Newport
Manuscript copy of letter dated September 4, 1756, from Thomas Teakle Taylor in Annamaboe [Anomabu, Ghana] to Mr. Vernon [either Samuel or William Vernon] and Mr. Readwood [probably Abraham Redwood] of Newport, Rhode Island.