In this letter to his daughter and her family, Frank discusses the details of his granddaughter's trip to Europe and the preparations for her wedding. He also mentions a land deal in progress in Maryland.
Boykin wrote this letter after returning from a trip through Asia and Europe with the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. In it he praises the president's work and describes the positive perception of Eisenhower in the countries visited.
This letter was written after Frank returned from traveling out west. In it he describes his trip, discusses pending business deals, and gives instructions for repairing the McIntosh lodge for the upcoming hunting season.
This letter to Moore, counselor of the Department of State, deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to Alaska. The dinner will feature Alaskan game such as sheep, caribou, and wild turkey.
This letter to the congressional delegate for Alaska deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to the territory. The dinner will feature Alaskan game such as sheep, caribou, and wild turkey.
This letter to the chairman of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries deals with a dinner to be held for those who were part of the recent trip to Alaska. The dinner will feature Alaskan game such as sheep, caribou, and wild turkey.
Charles E. Lotreck writes that he had had a trip planned to visit his friends in Montgomery, but will be cancelling it since he has learned that the roads were built by chain gangs. He writes that he will not give any money to a state so barbarous.
The advertisement promotes the "Official Route to the National Baptist Convention" in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "This has been selected as the Route for the Ministers of Montgomery, South East and West Alabama," and a round trip ticket from...
In the letter Semple asks Pollard to grant passage to two men who plan to transport the bodies of fallen soldiers from the battlefield near Georgia to Alabama. According to several notes on the back, the men were given clearance, but they decided...
During the Civil War, Hall served in the 2nd and 3rd Alabama Cavalry. In the letter he discusses upcoming troop movements; food he will be taking to his fellow soldiers ("will surprise the boys tomorrow"); money spent on his current trip; morale of...