This nine-page letter written from Arthur H. Harris in Monroe, Louisiana, to his brother George Carroll Harris in Nashville is a conscious political treatise. The author is advocating and justifiying the secession of Louisiana at the upcoming...
This front-page obituary that appeared in the March 22, 1906, issue of the Manufacturers' Record for Joseph Buckner Killebrew highlighted his life-long devotion to agriculture. His contributions to the South with regard to agriculture, mining,...
Parks; Mills; Water mills; Flour & meal industry; Millraces
The photograph is taken from a position overlooking the Alvin C. York grist mill, located in the Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park. The two-story millhouse can be seen behind the milldam that straddles the Wolf River.
The front cover of the April 1905 issue of Southern Farm Magazine features several paragraphs from Financial Age under the caption "Bringing in Settlers." Framed by engraved imagery of fruits, vegetables, grains, livestock and poultry and the names...
Small flyer advertising the showing of "Forty Days a King," the coronation festivities of George V of Great Britain, presented by the Kinemacolor Company in America. There is a photograph of the Coronation carriage.
Sheet music covers; Music publishing industry; Music title pages
Sheet music cover and lyrics of the "comic song" called "The Carpetbagger." Cover shows a drawing of a carpetbagger with the spoils of Reconstruction in a large carpetbag. The song is dedicated to General Ben Butler.
Sergeant Alvin C. York, as a miller, driving his truck into Jamestown, Tennessee, with a load of "York Special" home-ground corn meal. Four men are riding in the back of the truck with the bags of corn meal.
Pages 577 and 578 of a large bound volume containing issues of "The Rural Sun: Decoted to the Farming and Industrial Interest of the Country." This volume was presented to Balie Peyton from J. B. Killebrew.
Original printed pink wrappers with illustrated front wrap. Rear wrapper has illustrations of the manufacturer's factory, several drills produced by the manufacturer, and medals won at various exhibitions. Black and white illustrations throughout.