Guide to the Collection of Dr. Frances Cabaniss Roberts


Series 1: Cabaniss Collection

Series 1, Subseries A: Cabaniss Household Business (CHB)
Subseries A (CHB) deals with the bills and receipts of family life from the 1830s to 1930s at the house at 603 Randolph Street. These papers are sorted chronologically.

Series 1, Subseries A, Box 1: 1840-1870s
Folder 1: Bills and receipts of family life, 1840s
Folder 2: Bills and receipts of family life, 1850s
Folder 3: Bills and receipts of family life, 1860s (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Bills and receipts of family life, 1860s (2 of 2)
Folder 5: Bills and receipts of family life, 1870s (1 of 5)
Folder 6: Bills and receipts of family life, 1870s (2 of 5)
Folder 7: Bills and receipts of family life, 1870s (3 of 5)
Folder 8: Bills and receipts of family life, 1870s (4 of 5)
Folder 9: Bills and receipts of family life, 1870s (5 of 5)

Series 1, Subseries A, Box 2: 1880-1910
Folder 1: Bills and receipts of family life, 1880s
Folder 2: Bills and receipts of family life, 1890s (1 of 2)
Folder 3: Bills and receipts of family life, 1890s (2 of 2)
Folder 4: Bills and receipts of family life, 1900s
Folder 5: Bills and receipts of family life, 1910s

Series 1, Subseries A, Box 3: 1890-1930
Folder 1: Street assessment case, 1895-1924
Folder 2: Bills and receipts of family life, 1920s
Folder 3: Bills and receipts of family life, 1930s (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Bills and receipts of family life, 1930s (2 of 2)
Folder 5: Bills and receipts of family life, undated
Folder 6: Six daybooks/ledgers, 1857-1884

Series 1, Subseries B: Cabaniss Professional Business
Sub series B (CPB) deals with a small, but active, legal practice of Septimus Cabaniss with his various partners, who included men considered to be outstanding lawyers in the state, from the 1890s to 1938 at the office on the town Square. He studied law in Huntsville under Silas Parsons and practiced law with Leroy Pope Walker, Robert C. Brickell, and Francis P. Ward. These papers are sorted by year, except when an obvious grouping of an estate is evident. The papers continue through professional activities at the Madison County Courthouse including those of his son, James Budd Cabaniss, and his daughter, Fanny Cabaniss, who were clerks of the Chancery Court and a few papers of his son, Septimus, Jr., who owned a bookstore for a brief period.

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 1: 1790-1845
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1796
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1800s
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1810s
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1820s
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1830s
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1840-41
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1842
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1843
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1844
Folder 10: Legal and court documents, 1845

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 2: 1846-1849
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1846
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1847
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1848
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1849 (1 of 2)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1849 (2 of 2)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 3: 1850-1854
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1850
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1851
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1852 (2 of 3) - Part 2 of folder 3.
Folder 3a: Legal and court documents, 1852 (1 of 3)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1852 (3 of 3)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1853
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1854

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 4: 1855-1859
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1855
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1856
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1857
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1858 (1 of 2)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1858 (2 of 2)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1859 (1 of 3)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1859 (2 of 3) (Cotton Bale Sales)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1859 (3 of 3) (James F. Nimmo estate)
Folder 9: Letter from Barbara Hazel to Martha Flynt
Folder 10: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (1 of 14)
Folder 11: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (2 of 14)
Folder 12: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (3 of 14)
Folder 13: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (4 of 14)
Folder 14: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (5 of 14)
Folder 15: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (6 of 14)
Folder 16: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (7 of 14)
Folder 17: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (8 of 14)
Folder 18: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (9 of 14)
Folder 19: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (10 of 14)
Folder 20: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (11 of 14)
Folder 21: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (12 of 14)
Folder 22: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (13 of 14)
Folder 23: Depositions to Routt vs. Tate (14 of 14)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 5: 1860-1865
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1860 (1 of 4) - Letter threatening blackmail?
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1860 (2 of 4)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1860 (3 of 4) - Robinson estate
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1860 (4 of 4)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1861
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1862
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1863
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1864
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1865

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 6: 1840-1869
Folder 1: James McClung Estate, 1840s-1860s
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1866
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1867
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1868 (1 of 4) (Nick Davis Bankruptcy)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1868 (2 of 4)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1868 (3 of 4)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1868 (4 of 4)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1869 (1 of 2)
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1869 (2 of 2)
Folder 10: Letters, 1867-1869

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 7: 1870-1872
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1870 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1870 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1870 (3 of 3)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1871 (1 of 5) (Herstein)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1871 (2 of 5)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1871 (3 of 5) (McCalley Estate)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1871 (4 of 5)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1871 (5 of 5)
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1872
Folder 10: Tennessee & Warrior River Railroad letters, 1872

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 8: 1873-1875
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1873 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1873 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1873 (3 of 3)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1874 (1 of 2)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1874 (2 of 2)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1875 (1 of 2)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1875 (2 of 2)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 9: 1876-1878
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1876 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1876 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1877 (3 of 3) (receipts)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1877 (1 of 4)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1877 (2 of 4)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1877 (3 of 4)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1877 (4 of 4)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1878 (1 of 4)
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1878 (2 of 4)
Folder 10: Legal and court documents, 1878 (3 of 4)
Folder 11: Legal and court documents, 1878 (4 of 4)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 10: 1879-1882
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1879 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1879 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1879 (3 of 3)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1880
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1881
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1882 (1 of 2)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1882 (2 of 2)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 11: 1883-1884
Folder 1: Estate of Charles P. Cabaniss, 1880-1883 (1 of 2)
Folder 2: Estate of Charles P. Cabaniss, 1880-1883 (2 of 2)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1883 (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1883 (2 of 2)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1884 (1 of 5) (John W. Peck estate)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1884 (2 of 5)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1884 (3 of 5)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1884 (4 of 5)
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1884 (5 of 5) (Frank S. Snedecor)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 12: 1885-1888
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1885 (1 of 2)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1885 (2 of 2)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1886 (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1886 (2 of 2)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1887 (1 of 3) - J. B. C. Register in Chancery?
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1887 (2 of 3)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1887 (3 of 3)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1888 (1 of 3)
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1888 (2 of 3)
Folder 10: Legal and court documents, 1888 (3 of 3)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 13: 1889-1894
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1889 (1 of 2)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1889 (2 of 2)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1890
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1891
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1892
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1893 (1 of 3)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1893 (2 of 3)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1893 (3 of 3)
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1894

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 14: 1895-1899
Folder 1: Legal and cort documents, 1895 (1 of 2)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1895 (2 of 2)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1896 (Ward Estate 1893-1896)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1897
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1898
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1899

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 15: 1900-1909
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1900
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1901
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1902 (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1902 (2 of 2) (Voter registration certificate)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1903
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1904
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1906
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1907
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1909

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 16: 1910-1919
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1911
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1912
Folder 3: Legal and court docuemts, 1913
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1914
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1915 (1 of 2)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1915 (2 of 2) (Westmoreland)
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1916
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1917
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1918
Folder 10: Legal and court documents, 1919

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 17: 1920-1929
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1920 (Duelling Oaths)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1921
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1922
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1923
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1924
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1925
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1926
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1927
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1928 (1 of 2)
Folder 10: Legal and court documents, 1928 (2 of 2)
Folder 11: Legal and court documents, 1929 (1 of 2)
Folder 12: Legal and court documents, 1929 (2 of 2)
Folder 13: Legal and court documents, 1920s

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 18: 1930-1938
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, 1930 (Election Returns) - 1908-1937?
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, 1931
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, 1932
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, 1933 (1 of 2)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, 1933 (2 of 2)
Folder 6: Legal and court documents, 1934
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, 1935
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, 1936
Folder 9: Legal and court documents, 1938

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 19: Miscellaneous legal and court documents
Folder 1: Legal and court documents, undated (1 of 7)
Folder 2: Legal and court documents, undated (2 of 7)
Folder 3: Legal and court documents, undated (3 of 7)
Folder 4: Legal and court documents, undated (4 of 7)
Folder 5: Legal and court documents, undated (5 of 7)
Folder 6: Marshall County Bankruptcies, circa 1845
Folder 7: Legal and court documents, undated (6 of 7)
Folder 8: Legal and court documents, undated (7 of 7) (Probate court index)

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 20: Miscellaneous Estate Letters
Folder 1: Miscellaneous Estate Letters, 1875-1926
Folder 2: Hill, Mrs. R & Hill, C. B. (From), 1862
Folder 3: Dill, Henry G. (From), 1868
Folder 4: Binford, Henry A. (To); Hall, Julia Brandon (From), 1875
Folder 5: McClung, J. W. (From); McClung, Sarah (To), 1833
Folder 6: Mrs. A., McCalley & Ella, McCalley, Mary Jo, undated
Folder 7: Cabaniss, S. D. (To: John B. Sale), 1841
Folder 8: Speech by Governor John Gill Shorter, 1862

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 21: Ward Papers (law partner)
Folder 1: Legal Correspondence, 1878-1890 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Legal Correspondence, 1878-1890 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Legal Correspondence, 1878-1890 (3 of 3)
Folder 4: Ward Estate
Folder 5: Written by S. D. Cabaniss
Folder 6: Miscellaneous
Folder 7: Mementos (Triana Whist Club)
Folder 8: Estate Papers

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 22: Townsend
Folder 1: Chadick/Chaddick/Chadwick, Rev. W. D.
Folder 2: Townsend, Willis - Miscellaneous items relating to the Samuel Townsend Estate
Folder 3: Townsend Estate Legal (1 of 3) - Miscellaneous items relating to the Samuel Townsend Estate
Folder 4: Townsend Estate Legal (2 of 3) - Miscellaneous items relating to the Samuel Townsend Estate
Folder 5: Townsend Estate Legal (3 of 3) - Miscellaneous items relating to the Samuel Townsend Estate
Folder 6: Miscellaneous Receipts - Miscellaneous items belonging to Thomas Townsend
Folder 7: Pension Applications (1 of 2) - Miscellaneous items belonging to Thomas Townsend
Folder 8: Pension Applications (2 of 2) - Miscellaneous items belonging to Thomas Townsend
Folder 9: Probate Case Index - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 10: Townsend, 1910s - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 11: Townsend Documents, 1850s - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 12: Townsend Documents, 1860s - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 13: Townsend Documents, 1870s - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 14: Townsend Documents, undated - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 15: Townsend Memorabilia - Miscellaneous Townsend documents 1850-1910
Folder 16: Townsend Memorabilia - Townsend Educational Records

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 23: Newspapers, broadsides, and notices, 1836-1909
Folder 1: "Birmingham Age-Herald", February 14, 1909
Folder 2: "When Huntsville Was Alabama's Capital" article (unknown paper)
Folder 3: "Huntsville Daily Mercury", July 30, 1890
Folder 4: Broadside "English Race Horse Consol", January 15, 1836
Folder 5: Executor's Sale Samuel Townsend Estate, October 30, 1858
Folder 6: Executor's Sale Samuel Townsend Estate, December 29, 1870
Folder 7: "Huntsville Weekly Democrat", October 18, 1867
Folder 8: "Huntsville Daily Independent", November 17, 1866
Folder 9: "Huntsville Daily Democrat", September 17, 1868
Folder 10: Circular Letter U.S. Land Office, May 1, 1872
Folder 11: "The Daily Richmond Enquirer", April 25, 1863
Folder 12: "Daily Globe", March 16, 1872
Folder 13: Seating arrangement for the Democratic National Convention, 1872

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 24: Various newspaper issues (1867-1901) in print, on microfilm, and on CDs
Item 1: Huntsville Daily Independent, Saturday, June 1, 1867, Vol. 2, No. 116 - Microfilm
Item 2: Huntsville Daily Independent, Friday, January 14, 1870, Vol. 4, No. 27 - Microfilm
Item 3: Huntsville Daily Mercury, Tuesday, September 18, 1888, Vol. 4, No. 19 - Microfilm
Item 4: Huntsville Weekly Democrat, Friday, March 15, 1867, Vol. 1, No. 22 (Microfilm) - Microfilm
Item 5: Huntsville Weekly Democrat, Wednesday, March 27, 1907, Vol. LXXXIV, No. 11 - Microfilm (missing?)
Item 6: Newspaper JPEGs on CD - SEE ITEMS 1-5 - CD containing JPEG images of Huntsville Daily Independent, Saturday, June 1, 1867, Vol. 2, No. 116; Huntsville Daily Independent, Friday, January 14, 1870, Vol. 4, No. 27; Huntsville Daily Mercury, Tuesday, September 18, 1888, Vol. 4, No. 19; Huntsville Weekly Democrat, Friday, March __, 1867, Vol. 1, No. 22; Huntsville Weekly Democrat, Wednesday, March 27, 1907, Vol. LXXXIV, No. 11.
Item 7: Newspaper PDFs on CD - SEE ITEMS 1-5 - CD containing PDF images of Huntsville Daily Independent, Saturday, June 1, 1867 Vol. 2, No. 116; Huntsville Daily Independent, Friday, January, 14, 1870 Vol. 4, No. 27; Huntsville Daily Mercury, Tuesday, September 18, 1888 Vol. 4, No. 19; Huntsville Weekly Democrat, Friday, March __, 1867, Vol. 1, No. 22; Huntsville Weekly Democrat, Wednesday, March 27, 1907, Vol. LXXXIV, No. 11.
Folder 1: Broadside Call for Meeting, 1868

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 25: Ledgers and Copy Books
Item 1: John J. Dunn, Tavern Daybook and Account Book, 1843
Item 2: S. D. Cabaniss Bank Account, circa 1859
Item 3: L. P. Walker Bank Account, circa 1868
Item 4: S. D. Cabaniss Bank Account, 1859
Item 5: McCrary Tanyard Sale Accounts, circa 1860
Item 6: G. W. Neal Account Book, undated
Item 7: G. W. Neal Account Book, circa 1873
Item 8: C. P. Cabaniss, 1882
Item 9: Kansas Account Book, 1887
Item 10: Fannie Cabaniss Account Book, 1915
Item 11: Townsend Estate, 1870
Item 12: Edmond Townsend Estate Tennessee, 1853
Item 13: Fannie Cabaniss, Registry in Chancery Account Book, 1899
Item 14: Fannie Cabaniss, Registry in Chancery Account Book, 1930
Item 15: Fannie Cabaniss, Circuit Court, 1932
Item 16: Fannie Cabaniss, Registry in Chancery Account Book, 1937
Item 17: Fannie Cabaniss, Registry in Chancery Account Book, 1930
Item 18: Fannie Cabaniss, Registry in Chancery Account Book, 1931
Item 19: Expense book, 1882
Item 20: C. E. Cabaniss Daybook, 1871
Item 21: C. E. Cabaniss Expenses, 1870
Item 22: Garden Expenses, 1936
Item 23: S. D. Cabaniss daybook, 1866
Item 24: S. D. Cabaniss daybook, 1867
Item 25: Federal Internal Revenue Laws, 1917
Item 26: Pettus Store Account Book, 1891-1893
Item 27: 1890-1894 copy of correspondence book belonging to J. Budd Cabaniss
Item 28: Account book of S. D. Cabaniss, 1874 and later used for handwriting practice

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 26: Ledgers and Daybooks
Possible item total discrepancy.
Item 1: Fannie S. Cabaniss French Composition Book, 1867
Item 2: Fannie S. Cabaniss French Composition Book, 1868
Item 3: Fannie S. Cabaniss French Composition Book, 1870
Item 4: Fannie S. Cabaniss Madison Co. Court Receipt Book, 1916-1926
Item 5: Septimus D. Cabaniss Ledger, Administrator of C. P. Cabaniss Estate, 1883-1886
Item 6: Septimus D. Cabaniss Personal Bank Book, 1881-1888
Item 7: Septimus D. Cabaniss Ledger, Virginia Bank Account, 1859
Item 8: Fannie S. Cabaniss Ledger, Huntsville, Circuit Court Register, 1919-1928
Item 9: Fannie S. Cabaniss Ledger, Watkins Drug Store estate account, 1926-1927
Item 10: Fannie S. Cabaniss Ledger, Circuit Court Register, 1929-1933
Item 11: Fannie S. Cabaniss Ledger, Register, 1919-1922
Item 12: Septimus D. Cabaniss Ledger, Expense Notebook, 1841-1845
Item 13: Septimus D. Cabaniss Daybook/Diary, 1845
Item 14: Septimus D. Cabaniss Daybook/Diary, 1847
Item 15: Notebook, possibly Fannie Cabaniss', 1926
Item 16: Fannie S. Cabaniss Memo Book, 1920-1921
Item 17: Fannie S. Cabaniss Daybook/Memo Book, 1933?-1935
Item 18: Fannie S. Cabaniss Register Memo Book, 1925-1926
Item 19: Fannie S. Cabaniss Register's Notes, unknown date
Item 20: Settlement Ledger, 1937
Item 21: Fannie S. Cabaniss Memo Book, 1922

Series 1, Subseries B, Box 27: Ledger
Item 1: Merchantile account ledger, 1836-1837 - Original 1836-1837 mercantile account ledger often covered over with pictures and newspaper accounts of poetry, news, and travel from the 1881-1889 era. Because of the 1865 practice letter with notations and the clipping from the Detroit 1889 National Editorial Association conference [with the name of Virginia misspelled as Virgea], this second layer was probably kept by Mary or Susannah Clay as young ladies with their management of the Huntsville Democrat.

Series 1, Subseries C: Cabaniss Personal Correspondence (CPC)
Subseries C, Cabaniss Personal Correspondence (CPC), consists of correspondence from letters from friends, relatives, and their children. Most of the family correspondence involves these children and families of S. D. Cabaniss, and his brothers and sisters who appeared to have been enormous burdens in these difficult years. These papers are sorted "to whom," "from whom," and then chronologically.

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 1: To Cabaniss, Charles Eugene (1 of 3)
Folder 1: From Allen, Carrie to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 2: From Allen, Drury M., Jr., to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866-1869?
Folder 3: B____, C. B. (from Selma, Alabama) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1864
Folder 4: Be___, M. P. J. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene
Folder 5: Banister, John Munro (Rev) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1876-1880
Folder 6: Barnwell/Burnwell, J. Henry to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1876-1878
Folder 7: Brown, J. H. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1881
Folder 8: Cabaniss, Albert B., to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867-1869
Folder 9: Cabaniss, Bettie to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866-1868
Folder 10: Cabaniss, Fannie to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene , 1866-1872
Folder 11: Cabaniss, Lucy L. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866-1867
Folder 12: Cabaniss, Robert (et al.) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, circa 1898
Folder 13: Cabaniss, Septimus, Jr. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1872
Folder 14: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1864-1866
Folder 15: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867-1868
Folder 16: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1869-1881
Folder 17: Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, circa 1867
Folder 18: Cabaniss, William F. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1864-1867
Folder 19: Cantrill, ____ to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene
Folder 20: Carver, ____ to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1869?
Folder 21: Chapman, J. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1887
Folder 22: Clay, C. C., Jr. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1868
Folder 23: Clement, Henry A. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867-1868
Folder 24: Collier & Ward, Misses to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene
Folder 25: Copley, William S. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1876
Folder 26: Dutton, E. P. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1877-1878
Folder 27: Early, ____ to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene
Folder 28: Fearn, Robert to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1871
Folder 29: Fennel, S. P. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene
Folder 30: Frey, A. C. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1877
Folder 31: Gibson, Mrs. K. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1875
Folder 32: Hopkins, Arthur to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 33: Hunt, George H. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 2: To Cabaniss, Charles Eugene (2 of 3)
Folder 1: Kumpe, G. E. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1877
Folder 2: Lile, John A. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1879
Folder 3: Lucet, Louis to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 4: Martin, J. Mc. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867
Folder 5: McCalley, F. S. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 6: Mower, B. F. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1880-1881
Folder 7: Neale, D. J. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1876-1877 - Folder mistakenly gives dates as 1886-1887.
Folder 8: Norvell, Willie F. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene
Folder 9: R___, Joanna to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1868
Folder 10: Ryan, ____ to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1877
Folder 11: Shepherd, Katie to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867 - Folder mistakenly gives Katie's name as Kate.
Folder 12: Shepherd, Sallie E. (Betty) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866-1869
Folder 13: Smith, J. S. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1879
Folder 14: Tabler, Dona L. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867 - Folder mistakenly gives Dona's name as Donna.
Folder 15: Traylor, Elizabeth to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1901
Folder 16: Vaughn, S. W. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 186_
Folder 17: Walker, J. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1867
Folder 18: Wellborn, Sue (White) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 19: Wharton/Whorton, C. D. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1870
Folder 20: White, Chillion Q. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1864
Folder 21: White, Septima and Ada to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866-1867
Folder 22: Wilmer, ____ to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1873-1879
Folder 23: Wilson, S. H. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 24: Wilson, LeRoy to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1866
Folder 25: _____, Henry S. to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1876
Folder 26: _____, Willie to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1862
Folder 27: _____, Lavinia (?) to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1872
Folder 28: Unidentified correspondence to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene - 1866-1876?
Folder 29: Letters of Introduction to Cabaniss, Charles Eugene, 1868

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 3: Cabaniss, Charles Eugene (3 of 3)
Folder 1: Church Mementos
Folder 2: Personal Mementos
Folder 3: Mementos—French Books, 1877-1878
Folder 4: Personal Journal and Church Almanac, 1870-1877
Folder 5: School Mementos
Folder 6: Education Writings
Folder 7: Personal Writings (written by Charles Eugene Cabaniss), 1864-1868
Folder 8: Sermons and Religious Material (written by Charles Eugene Cabaniss)

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 4: To Cabaniss, Charles Pines
Folder 1: Allen, Carrie C. [niece] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, circa 1869-1880
Folder 2: Allen, Charles P. [nephew] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1876
Folder 3: Allen, Cornelius to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1835
Folder 4: Allen, D. M. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1875
Folder 5: Cabaniss, Albert B. [brother] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, circa 1830s
Folder 6: Cabaniss, Bettie [niece] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1869
Folder 7: Cabaniss, Charles P. [nephew] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1875
Folder 8: Cabaniss, S. D. [brother] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines
Folder 9: Caldwell, Sudie [cousin] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1869
Folder 10: Callender, Dr. Jno. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1877
Folder 11: Davie, G. S. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1837
Folder 12: Davis, Lucy Ann to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1841
Folder 13: Larkin, W. R. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1877
Folder 14: Longley, L. R. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1846
Folder 15: Mason, William to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1835
Folder 16: Sanders, B. B. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1836-1837
Folder 17: Steger, Ada to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1872-1873
Folder 18: Stephens, Robert R. to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1835
Folder 19: White, Chilion to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1831
Folder 20: Written by Charles Pines Cabaniss, 1850s-1884 - Includes letters to Nashville Hospital
Folder 21: IOU from Cabaniss, William M. [brother] to Cabaniss, Charles Pines, 1836
Folder 22: Unknown correspondence author to Cabaniss, Charles Pines
Folder 23: Bell Factory Papers (unsorted) (1 of 3)
Folder 24: Bell Factory Papers (unsorted) (2 of 3)
Folder 25: Bell Factory Papers (unsorted) (3 of 3)
Folder 26: Estate Papers of Charles Pines Cabaniss (unsorted) (1 of 3)
Folder 27: Estate Papers of Charles Pines Cabaniss (unsorted) (2 of 3)
Folder 28: Estate Papers of Charles Pines Cabaniss (unsorted) (3 of 3)

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 5: To Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 1: Anderson, John C. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1904
Folder 2: Bibb, John D. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1930
Folder 3: Bibb, W to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1896
Folder 4: Brown, Bessie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1931
Folder 5: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1866 - 1898
Folder 6: Cabaniss, James Budd to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1892 - 1899
Folder 7: Cabaniss, Septimus Jr. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1871 - 1904
Folder 8: Cabaniss, Willie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1877
Folder 9: Clay-Clopton, Virginia to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1895
Folder 10: Claybrooke, Belle to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 11: Davis, Mattie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1907
Folder 12: Echols, Daisy to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 13: Fitzpatrick, Evelyn H. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1897
Folder 14: French, Della Sale to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1894
Folder 15: Gamble, Cary to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1911
Folder 16: George, Etta (Hammond) to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), circa 1890
Folder 17: Jolley, Ben to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1887
Folder 18: Leroy, Sally to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 19: Lines, Julian to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1933
Folder 20: [Martin], Gipsy to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 21: Mason, Mary to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1933
Folder 22: Milner, Katheryn to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 23: Roberts, Baker to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1878
Folder 24: Roberts, Edna to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1928
Folder 25: Roberts, Ellen to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1896 - 1915
Folder 26: Roberts, Lucy to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1887 - 1890 (1 of 2)
Folder 27: Roberts, Lucy to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1906 - (2 of 2)
Folder 28: Roberts, Mary to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 29: Roberts, Sallie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 30: Roberts, Virginia C. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1895 - 1929
Folder 31: Russell, Donia to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie)
Folder 32: Searcy, Dr. J.T to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1903
Folder 33: Shepherd, Ellen & Evie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1873 - 1899
Folder 34: Shepherd, L. W. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1878 - 1879
Folder 35: Steele, Katie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1928
Folder 36: Steele, Tracy to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1936
Folder 37: Tabler, Virginia to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1881
Folder 38: Washington, Francis to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1934
Folder 39: Wildbohn, J. E. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1902
Folder 40: _____, Annie E. to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1922
Folder 41: _____, Ellie [Agee?] to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1902
Folder 42: _____, Jennie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1893
Folder 43: _____, Louise to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1884
Folder 44: _____, Sep & _____, Fannie to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1931 and 1875
Folder 45: _____,Tex to Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie), 1888
Folder 46: Miscellaneous Correspondence
Folder 47: Written by Fannie to Martin
Folder 48: Written by Fannie to Virginia Clay-Clopton, 1930
Folder 49: Written by Fannie to Dr. J. T. Searcy, 1902
Folder 50: Chancery Court Power to Fannie, Etc., 1895 - 1898
Folder 51: Mementos (1 of 2)
Folder 52: Mementos (2 of 2)
Folder 53: Unidentified correspondence
Folder 54: John Wright to Cabaniss, James Bryan, 1823

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 6: To Cabaniss, James Budd
Folder 1: Berney, Eliza G. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1890
Folder 2: Betts, Tancred to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1880 - 1896
Folder 3: Bibb, William C. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1901
Folder 4: Burritt, W. N. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1890
Folder 5: Cabaniss, Charles Eugene to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1891
Folder 6: Cabaniss, Fanny to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1860s - 1901
Folder 7: Cabaniss, Septimus Jr. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1879 - 1881
Folder 8: C. C. Clay, Jr. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1881
Folder 9: Cooper, Lawrence to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1884
Folder 10: Fitzpatrick, Evelyn H. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1897
Folder 11: Gladstone, W. F. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1893
Folder 12: Hamilton, A. B. to Cabaniss, James Budd,
Folder 13: Hammond, O. C. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1880
Folder 14: Humes, Ellelee C. & Chapman, Rosalie to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1891
Folder 15: Johnson, E. K. to Cabaniss, James Budd
Folder 16: K___, Lena to Cabaniss, James Budd
Folder 17: Lewis, L. H. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1889
Folder 18: Lucet, Lucius to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1881
Folder 19: Lusk, ___ to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1894
Folder 20: Martin, Gipsy to Cabaniss, James Budd
Folder 21: McClung, W. P. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1893 - 1895
Folder 22: Puryear, Frank to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1895
Folder 23: Roberts, Lucy & Baker to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1890 - 1896
Folder 24: Rison Bank to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1890
Folder 25: Robertson, H. M. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1897
Folder 26: Robinson, Norton & Co. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1895
Folder 27: Russell, D. R. & F. E. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1889 - 1890
Folder 28: Shelton, Willie F. to Cabaniss, James Budd
Folder 29: Shepherd, Levin W. to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1885
Folder 30: Vaughn, William to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1886 - 1890
Folder 31: Vincent, William to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1896
Folder 32: Court Actions, 1893
Folder 33: Unidentified correspondence to Cabaniss, James Budd, 1885 - 1901
Folder 34: Written by James Budd Cabaniss
Folder 35: Mementos
Folder 36: Announcements of Death & Mementos, 1903
Folder 37: Cabaniss, Fanny (Fannie) to Searcy, J.T., concerning James Budd Cabaniss - copy, 1902
Folder 38: James Budd Cabaniss' Qualified Elector Certificate. 1902

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 7: To Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 1: Allen, Carrie C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1874 - 1882 (1 of 2)
Folder 2: Allen, Carrie C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1874-1882 (2 of 2)
Folder 3: Allen, Martha C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1882
Folder 4: Allen, Mrs. Charles & Turman, Mary W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1883
Folder 5: Allen, D. M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1875 - 1888
Folder 6: Allen, Jno. A. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1875
Folder 7: Allen, W. S. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1876
Folder 8: Anderson, Mary to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 9: Bate, M. B. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1887
Folder 10: Betts, E. C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1875
Folder 11: Billups, J. M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1871
Folder 12: Black, S. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1861
Folder 13: Bledsoe, M. J. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1883 - 1885
Folder 14: Boyd, N. K. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1880
Folder 15: Brown, P. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1881
Folder 16: Cabaniss, Alfred B. [brother] to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1858 - 1870
Folder 17: Cabaniss, Alfred [nephew] to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1873
Folder 18: Cabaniss, Bettie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1870 - 1880
Folder 19: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1859 (1 of 6)
Folder 20: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1861 - 1864 (2 of 6)
Folder 21: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866 - 1867 (3 of 6)
Folder 22: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1868 - 1869 (4 of 6)
Folder 23: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1870 - 1878 (5 of 6)
Folder 24: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1880 - 1885 (6 of 6)
Folder 25: Cabaniss, Charles P. [nephew] to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1873 - 1881
Folder 26: Cabaniss, Charles Pines [brother] to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1833 - 1879
Folder 27: Cabaniss, Fannie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1889
Folder 28: Cabaniss, James Budd to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1881 - 1889
Folder 29: Cabaniss, Septimus D. Jr. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1873 - 1887
Folder 30: Cabaniss, Sue to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1879 - 1881
Folder 31: Cabaniss, W. F. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1872
Folder 32: Cabaniss, W. M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1883
Folder 33: Cabaniss, Virginia S. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 34: Caldwell, Milcha to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1870
Folder 35: Caldwell, Nettie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1886
Folder 36: Callender, Jno H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1879
Folder 37: Capps, Bettie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1880 - 1885
Folder 38: Capps, E. J. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1880

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 8: To Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 1: Caulkins, John H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866
Folder 2: Chapman, Reuben to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1860 - 1868
Folder 3: Cook, J. B. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1858
Folder 4: Councill, William H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1888
Folder 5: Hansbrough, Elijah to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1873
Folder 6: Davidson, J. M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1856
Folder 7: _____, Davie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1864
Folder 8: Davis, Lucy W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 9: Davis, Rebecca A. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1857
Folder 10: Frey, George H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1877
Folder 11: Goodknight, J. L. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1882
Folder 12: _____, Gorgas to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1871 - 1872
Folder 13: Hamill, C. F. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1886
Folder 14: Hampton, _____ to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr. ,1866
Folder 15: Hansbrough, Elijah to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1855
Folder 16: Henry, Sam to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1878
Folder 17: Hill, Holly A. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1862 -1864?
Folder 18: Hinton, A. S. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1885
Folder 19: Hollowell, W. D. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1865
Folder 20: Hopkins, H. D. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1859
Folder 21: Hopkins, Arthur H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., circa 1835
Folder 22: Hunt, W. F. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1878
Folder 23: Ingram, Anthony W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1832
Folder 24: King, Henry to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1855
Folder 25: King, M. A. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1869
Folder 26: Kring, E. N. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 27: Lakin, D. L. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1869 - Oversize item
Folder 28: Larkin, W. R. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1871
Folder 29: Lewis, David P. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1853
Folder 30: Lile, John A. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1878
Folder 31: Mann & Patterson to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866
Folder 32: McCalley, J. T. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1873
Folder 33: McCarty, James to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 34: McClung, Arthur H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1874
Folder 35: McClung, M. M. (Mrs.) to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 36: McSpadden, S. K. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1886
Folder 37: Moon, William to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1860
Folder 38: Moore, Birdie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866
Folder 39: Moore, W. H. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 40: Morgan, Jno T. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884 - 1888
Folder 41: Nectur, L. W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866
Folder 42: Nesmith, C. C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866
Folder 43: Otey, Octavia to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1881
Folder 44: Parsons, Silas to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1836 - 1856 - Includes overside items in Series 1, Subseries C, Box 19, Folder 2
Folder 45: Perkins, Samuel to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1888
Folder 46: Pool, Samuel P. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1857
Folder 47: Poole, Susan J. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1872
Folder 48: Rhett, W. C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1871
Folder 49: Rice, G. W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1875
Folder 50: Richardson, Judge William to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1885
Folder 51: Roberts, Baker to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1883 - 1884
Folder 52: Roberts, Lucy to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1881
Folder 53: Ross, Rev. Fred to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1860
Folder 54: Shelby, David D. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 55: Shelly, A. B. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 56: Shepherd, H. L. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1869
Folder 57: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1852 - 1882
Folder 58: Shepherd, Dr. Levin to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 59: Shepherd, S. E. (Bettie) to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 60: Sholl, Dr. E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 61: Slaughter, J. A. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1871
Folder 62: Smartt, H. F. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1885
Folder 63: Snedecor, F. P. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1860 - 1884
Folder 64: Snedecor, Lucy to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1870 - 1884
Folder 65: Spivey, Reuben M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1870 - 1875
Folder 66: Spooner, T. E. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 67: Tate, Abner to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1869 - 1870
Folder 68: Tate, C. C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1882 - 1885
Folder 69: Tate, Jno. M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1871 - 1883
Folder 70: Tate, John S. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1868

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 9: To Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 1: Townes, M. C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1883
Folder 2: Turman, Charley to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1885
Folder 3: Turman, Sarah B. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1885
Folder 4: Walker, Richard W. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1873
Folder 5: Walker, R. M. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1861
Folder 6: Ward, Francis P. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1861
Folder 7: Wellborn, W. B. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1882
Folder 8: White, Chilion to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1861 - 1865
Folder 9: White, James C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1870 - 1883
Folder 10: White, Septimus C. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1881 - 1883
Folder 11: Wildbahm, Isaac & Ada to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1856
Folder 12: ____, Jessie to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 13: Cabaniss, Alfred B. to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1858 - 1866
Folder 14: Cabaniss, Bettie from Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1875 - 1885
Folder 15: Cabaniss, Sue from Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1879
Folder 16: Snedecor, Lucy P. from Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1884
Folder 17: Miscellaneous correspondence to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1864
Folder 18: Letters of Introduction written by Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1866 - 1879
Folder 19: Unidentified correspondence to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 20: ____, Alice [Cousin] to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr.
Folder 21: Clay, C. C. from Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1860
Folder 22: Unidentified Primary
Folder 23: Unknown correspondent to Cabaniss, Septimus Douglass, Sr., 1862
Folder 24: Cabaniss, Albert B. & Bettie Mementos
Folder 25: Mementos, miscellaneous (1 of 6)
Folder 26: Mementos, Memorial Pacific Railroad with Map,1852 (2 of 6)
Folder 27: Mementos, Mountain Home School pamphlet (3 of 6)
Folder 28: Brochure (Great Eastern Hotel, Chicago), 1893
Folder 29: Mementos, miscellaneous (4 of 6)
Folder 30: Newspapers, 1862 -1873
Folder 31: Mementos, miscellaneous (5 of 6)
Folder 32: Marriage Certificate of Cabaniss, William & Standifer (Stadifer), Lysanias
Folder 33: Mementos, miscellaneous (6 of 6)
Folder 34: Cabaniss, S. D. - S. D. Cabaniss Oversize
Folder 35: Fearn, Walker, and White Funeral/Death Notices
Folder 36: Princeton Correspondence, 1838
Folder 37: Subscribers Account Book for North Ala. College, 1851

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 10: To Cabaniss, William and Cabaniss, Septimus, Jr.
Folder 1: Willie-Lucy Roberts & Will-Tancred Betts to Cabaniss, William M., 1880 - 1886
Folder 2: Morris & Cabaniss Booksellers Correspondance, 1873
Folder 3: Morris & Cabaniss Booksellers Correspondence, 1874
Folder 4: Cabaniss, Septimus D. Jr., Bookseller, Correspondence, 1875
Folder 5: Cabaniss, Septimus D. Jr., Bookseller, Correspondence, 1876
Folder 6: Correspondance to Cabaniss, Septimus D. Jr., miscellaneous, 1873 - 1884

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 11: Shepherd Personal Correspndence
These are all original documents.
Folder 1: Asquith, Sallie to Shepherd, Catherine (Ebersole), 1823
Folder 2: Shepherd, Charles O. to Shepherd, Catherine (Ebersole), circa 1880
Folder 3: University of the South to Shepherd, Charles, essay, 1878
Folder 4: _____, Mollie to Shepherd, Elizabeth, 1880
Folder 5: Roberts, Lucy (Cabaniss) to Shepherd, Elizabeth, 1916
Folder 6: Roberts, Virginia to Shepherd, Elizabeth, 1920
Folder 7: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Shepherd, Elizabeth, 1870
Folder 8: Shepherd, Dr. Levin to Shepherd, Elizabeth, 1877
Folder 9: [Sister] to Shepherd, Elizabeth, 1861?
Folder 10: Hough, L.W.S., to Shepherd, Levin, 1859
Folder 11: Tabler, Jennie to Shepherd, Virginia, 1880 - 1890
Folder 12: Shepherd Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1875 - 1895
Folder 13: Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd) to Shepherd, Betty
Folder 14: Asquith to Shepherd, 1827
Folder 15: Shepherd, Charles Death Announcement, 1923
Folder 16: Shepherd, Miss Bettie - picture
Folder 17: _______, Fannie to Cabaniss, Sallie (Shepherd), 1861
Folder 18: Anderson, S. Dudley to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1890
Folder 19: Bibb, Dike to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd)
Folder 20: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1864 - 1869 (1 of 4)
Folder 21: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1869 (2 of 4)
Folder 22: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1870 - 1878 (3 of 4)
Folder 23: Cabaniss, Charles E. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1891 - 1897 (4 of 4)
Folder 24: Cabaniss, James Budd to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1896 - 1898
Folder 25: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1860 - 1886
Folder 26: Cabaniss, Septimus Jr., to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), Statment and two letters, 1872 - 1890
Folder 27: Donegan , F. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1890
Folder 28: Gibson, E.A. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1890
Folder 29: Tundale, C. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1842
Folder 30: Roberts, Lucy (Cabaniss) to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1882 - 1905
Folder 31: Shepherd, Levin to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1860 - 1867
Folder 32: Townes, M.C. to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1887
Folder 33: Cabaniss, Fannie to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1883
Folder 34: Shepherd, Sallie to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1860
Folder 35: _____, Sallie to Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), 1903
Folder 36: Cabaniss, Virginia (Shepherd), Practice letters, 1883
Folder 37: Virginia (Shepherd) Cabaniss mementos, undated
Folder 38: Undentified Correspondence to Virginia (Shepherd) Cabaniss, 1864
Folder 39: Photographs, most likely related to Shepherd families

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 12: Shepherd
This box contains copies of Shepherd family letters presented to the Alabama Supreme Court and State Law Library by Dr. Frances C. Roberts. [All references to folder numbers inside this box are those assigned from the law library. NMR]
Folder 1: Shepherd Family Letters (1 of 16)
Item A: Woody, R.B. to Ebersole, Catharine, circa 1822
Item B: LeAsquith, Sally L. to Ebersole, Catharine, 1823
Item C: LeAsquith, S. to Ebersole, Catharine, 1823
Item D: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levine W., undated
Item E: Woody, R.B. to Ebersole, Catharine, 1823
Folder 2: Shepherd family letters (2 of 16)
Item A: Cabaniss, James B. to _____, Sarah, 1825
Item B: J.S. to Shepherd, Levin W., 1825
Item C: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levin W., 1826
Item D: Shepherd, _____ to Shepherd, Levin, 1826
Folder 3: Shepherd family letters (3 of 16)
Item A: _____, Daskin to Shepherd, Levin, 1826
Item B: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levin, 1826
Item C: Hough, Mary to Shepherd, Levin, 1827
Item D: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levin, 1827
Folder 4: Shepherd family letters (4 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levin, 1827
Item B: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levin, 1828
Item C: Shepherd, Charles to Shepherd, Levin, 1828
Item D: Shepherd, John W., Undated school essays, circa 1840
Item E: Shepherd, John W., Undated school essays, circa 1840
Folder 5: Shepherd family letters (5 of 16)
Item A: Kiger, Sarah to Shepherd, Catharine, 1841
Item B: Kiger, Harrison to Shepherd, Catharine, 1841 - This folder not found in box as separate folder. It is 1 page of 3 in Folder 5, Item A.
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Catharine, 1841
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1841
Folder 6: Shepherd family letters (6 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd,John W. to Shepherd, Levin, 1841
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Tabler, Mrs. Ann Tabler, 1841
Item C: Kiger, Sarah to Shepherd, Catharine, 1841
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1841
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Folder 7: Shepherd family letters (7 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Item D: Shepherd,John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Ebersole, Sally, 1842
Folder 8: Shepherd family letters (8 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd,John W. to Shepherd, Catharine, 1842
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item G: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Folder 9: Shepherd family letters (9 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles, 1842
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item D: Shepherd,John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item E: Shepherd,John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Folder 10: Shepherd family letters (10 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1842
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item G: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Folder 11: Shepherd family letters (11 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Virginia A., 1843
Item D: Shepherd, Viriginia to Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine, 1843
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Jones, Samuel J., 1843
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine, 1843
Folder 12: Shepherd family letters (12 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1843
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine, 1843
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1843
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine, 1843
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1843
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1843
Folder 13: Shepherd family letters (13 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1843
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Mrs. Virginia A. (Shepherd)., 1844
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item G: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Folder 14: Shepherd family letters (14 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Mrs. Virginia A. (Shepherd)., 1844
Item D: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Mrs. Virginia A. (Shepherd)., 1844
Item E: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine, 1844
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Charles O., 1844
Item G: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Mr. Septimus D., 1844
Item H: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine, 1844
Folder 15: Shepherd family letters (15 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Shepherd, Sally
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Mr. Septimus D., 1855
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D.,1855
Item D: Shepherd, C. to Shepherd, Betty, 1856
Item E: Shepherd, C. to Shepherd, Betty, 1856
Item F: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1858
Item G: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1858
Item H: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1859
Folder 16: Shepherd family letters (16 of 16)
Item A: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1860
Item B: Shepherd, John W. to _____, Sallie, 1860
Item C: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1863
Item D: Shepherd, Levin to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1863
Item E: Shepherd, Levin to Shepherd, Sallie E., 1863
Item F: Shepherd, Levin to Cabaniss, S. D. Cabaniss, 1863
Item G: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1863
Item H: Shepherd, John W. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1865
Folder 17: Correspondence about the Shepherd Family Letters

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 13: Mary E. Hunt - handwritten religious tracts, circa 1841
Item 1: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 1 No. 4
Item 2: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 2 No. 5
Item 3: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 3 No. 7
Item 4: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 4 No. 9
Item 5: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 5 N. T. No. 1
Item 6: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 6 N. T. No. 6
Item 7: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 7 N. T. No. 8
Item 8: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 8 N. T. No. 9
Item 9: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 9 N. T. No. 11
Item 10: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 10 N. T. No. 15
Item 11: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 11 N. T. No. 16
Item 12: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 12 N. T. No. 18
Item 13: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 13 N. T. No. 22
Item 14: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 14 N. T. No. 23
Item 15: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 15 N. T. No. 24
Item 16: Mary E. Hunt Religious tract Item 16 N. T. No. 25

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 14: Cabaniss Family Members and Associates
Folder 1: Allen, Caroline C. [wife of John Allen], 1870s
Folder 2: Allen, Martha C. [wife of Drury Allen], Telegram concerning death, 1879
Folder 3: Cabaniss, Charles Jr., Will amd Testament, circa 1825
Folder 4: Cabaniss, Felix, 1880s
Folder 5: Cabaniss, Charles P. to Cabaniss, John M., 1837
Folder 6: Miller, G.B. to Tate, Abner, 1856
Folder 7: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Hooper[?], Dr. P.O., 1886
Folder 8: White, Sarah C. [wife of Chilion White], Accounts, Estate, 1878 - 1893 (1 of 3)
Folder 9: White, Sarah C. [wife of Chilion White], Accounts, Estate, 1856 - 1888 (2 of 3)
Folder 10: White, Sarah C. [wife of Chilion White], Accounts, Estate, 1870 - 1881 (3 of 3)
Folder 11: Lucet, Louis, Papers, 1873 - 1882
Folder 12: Reynolds, James to his brother and sister, 1865
Folder 13: Davie, G. to Tate, Abner, 1836
Folder 14: Kendall, Mr. and Mrs., from mother, 1923
Folder 15: Lipscomb, Sterling to Lipscomb, Mrs., 1926
Folder 16: Webster, _.H. to Webster, E. A., 1845
Folder 17: Unidentified Correspondence, miscellaneous, undated

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 15: Accounting Records
Item 1: Commissary disbursements of Dr. M. A. Verser - Disbursement of Dr. M.A. Verser [also Vesser] [Macon] Confederate Commissary for Marshall County, Alabama for Families of Confederate Soldiers. [Distribution of salt and money to destitute women]
Item 2: Notes payable to Samuel and John E. Townsend, executors of Edmund Townsend, circa 1850s - [FCR wrote her MA dissertation on the manumission of the Townsend slaves, and this ledger and some other few documents were not included in her material sent to the Hoole Library at Tuscaloosa.] S. D. Cabaniss served as executor for the Townsend estates. These accounts are for quite substantial notes. A few pages in the back included religious writings and one page of bills.
Item 3: Ledger, perhaps legal fees, 1851-1853 - Notes during 1861 bearing information from date of establishment of Samuel Townsend, total of $112,361.80. List of work hours, perhaps for servants and Ellen Roberts, ditto sheet for Curb Market, 1940 letter from Frank C. Manning, last page has credits[?] during 1860-61.
Item 4: Ledger, 1841-1843, used by Septimus Cabaniss as Assignee of Bankruptcy Court of Northern Alabama - This involves records of Blount, Marshall, Madison, Franklin, Jackson, Randolph, Benton [Calhoun], Talladega, St. Clair, Morgan, Marion, Lauderdale, and Fayette Counties. An itemized list of possessions put up for sale by household is listed in the Box.
Item 5: Leather Ledger, 1875-1876 - Accounts that suggest stationery store, perhaps records of Septimus D. Cabaniss, Jr. Items for sale included books, paper, cigars, string, pens, etc.
Item 6: 1 sheet expense account of HR & Co., recipes, clippings pasted over 1880s account entries
Item 7: Ledger appears to be a record of Grocery expenses from the year 1906

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 16: Huntsville mercantile ledger
Item 1: Large ledger of Huntsville mercantile account of McCalley & Co., 1873-1875

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 17: Ledgers and scrapbook
Item 1: Legal ledger, circa 1848-1850s - Estate account of James W. McClung, money paid out, money collected, postage account, bills due, list of vouchers against debts of JWMc, miscellaneous expense records, deposition of Mr. Salmon re. James Christian.
Item 2: Leather ledger book, 1855-1863 - Unknown source, 81 pages used, indexed and accounts total for either mercantile or banking records.
Item 3: Lady's Scrapbook, circa 1890-1910 - Typical of periods with newspaper clippings of poetry, articles about women. Hammered copper cover. Later clippings not pasted on. Dr. Roberts had bookmarked places, 5 cutouts of famous leaders [probably for classroom use].

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 18: The Popular Science News and Boston Journal of Chemistry (February 1884, April 1884, June 1884, and January 1888)
Folder 1: The Popular Science News and Boston Journal of Chemistry (February 1884, April 1884, June 1884, and January 1888) - February 1884, April 1884, June 1884, and January 1888.
Folder 2: Seaside Library, January 1882 - January 1882
Item 3: Estate and Trust Record Book for the first District, Eastern Division, State of Alabama (January through September 1881, 156 pages)
Item 4: Ledger book with minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting of Greene Academy (May 1850 through February 1860, 24 pages)
Item 5: Photograph of John Monro Banister, Rector of Church of Nativity, 1860-1905

Series 1, Subseries C, Box 19: Assorted items
Folder 1: Asquith, Sallie to Eversole, Catherine, 1823, 1827
Folder 2: Parsons, Silas, to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1836-1856
Folder 3: Trundle, William L. to Shepherd, Virginia, 1842
Folder 4: Unknown correspondent to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1865
Folder 5: Lakin, D.L. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1865
Folder 6: Boyd, N.K. to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1875
Folder 7: Sue [niece] to Cabaniss, Septimus D., 1879
Folder 8: Deed concerning Charles Shepherd and George Steele's Will and Testament, 1895
Folder 9: Miscellaneous drawings likely for classroom use
Folder 10: Funeral notices, 1855-1889
Folder 11: Mattie Baker Composition Book, 1864

Series 2: Roberts
These papers include material about the family history of Dr. Roberts, her early education, and college, teaching career at Huntsville High School and UAH. Also there are a few notes for her M. A. "An Experiment in Emancipation of Slaves by an Alabama Planter," 1940. (The majority of this material is at the Hoole Library, Tuscaloosa, UA.) Notes for the Dissertation "Background and Formative Period in the Great Bend and Madison County," 1956, are included here also. There is also a great deal of miscellaneous personal correspondence that is sorted only by decade.

Series 2, Subseries A: Frances C. Roberts: Early Years and Teaching Career

Series 2, Subseries A, Box 1: Genealogy, Background, and Childhood in Gainesville
Folder 1: Cabaniss & Roberts Genealogy
Folder 2: Cabaniss Genealogy
Folder 3: Cabaniss Family History, Map, Cotton Factory
Folder 4: Additional Roberts Genealogy
Folder 5: Roberts Family in Gainesville
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Teaching Contracts, 1934 - 1953
Folder 7: Gainesville Church Correspondence, 1957 - 1995
Folder 8: Cabaniss Family (Caldwell)
Folder 9: Roberts/Hoskins Genealogy
Folder 10: Frances/Francis C. Roberts and Edna R. Bailey Legal Papers (Livingston-Gainesville), 1988 -1987
Folder 11: Roberts - Gainesville & Sumter County History, 1980s?
Folder 12: History of Gainesville, News Articles, etc.
Folder 13: Frances C. Roberts Will(s) and Related Information, Who's Who publication, 41st ed., 1967 - 1997
Folder 14: Frances C. Roberts birth certificate (original: 1916, copy: 1880)
Folder 15: Frances C. Roberts School Autograph Book
Folder 16: Frances C. Roberts Early Education, 1930s
Folder 17: Frances C. Roberts Alabama State Teachers' College (2 year and Bachelor), University of Alabama PhD. Diploma, fellowship recommendation letter, and induction certificate into Delta Kappa Gamma Society, 1934 - 1956

Series 2, Subseries A, Box 2: College and early teaching notes
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Class Notes, Paper on Communism
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Notes from Dr. Owsley's Class on Civil War
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Papers on Home Room and Administration
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts College Transcripts, Graduate School Plans, 1932 - 1958
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Various School Correspondence
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts History Lecture Notes
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts South American History Notes and Exam
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts U.S. History (1875-1900) notes
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts U.S. Constitutional History
Folder 10: Photos of Frances Cabaniss Roberts

Series 2, Subseries A, Box 3: Early college notes
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Class Notes and Exams, circa 1937
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Revolutionary Era Class Notes
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Civil War and Alabama Class Notes

Series 2, Subseries A, Box 4: College Notes continued, circa 1953
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Southern Politics Class Notes
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Statistics Class Notes
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Political Theory Class Notes
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts U.S. History 1900-1930s
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Farmers & Greenback Insurgency Paper
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts European History Class Notes
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts European History Class Notes

Series 2, Subseries A, Box 5: College and early teaching notes
Folder 1: UAH Student Grades, 1952 - [Not digitized]
Folder 2: Sumter County School Board Bulletins, circa 1935
Folder 3: Correspondence for Teaching Positions, circa 1945
Folder 4: Teachers' Guides and School Handbooks, 1946 - 1951
Folder 5: Huntsville High School Programs and Graduations, circa 1950
Folder 6: Huntsville High School Reunions and News Articles, 1943 - 1968
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Huntsville High School Course of Study, 1951
Folder 8: Huntsville High School Graduation Speeches, 1951
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Teaching Materials, Pacific Map, 1950
Folder 10: Frances C. Roberts Class Notes, Test Questions, and Exam, circa 1950
Folder 11: Frances C. Roberts Various School Materials
Folder 12: Frances C. Roberts Madison County History Class Outlines
Folder 13: Frances C. Roberts Teaching Aid, United Nations, 1949
Folder 14: Primer for Americans from "Look Magazine," 1950
Folder 15: Alabama School Laws, 1940 [Not digitized] - Reprinted from "Alabama School Laws" (1940, reprinted from Code of Alabama (258 pages))
Folder 16: Frances C. Roberts Huntsville Senior Center History Class Teaching Materials

Series 2, Subseries A, Box 6: Teaching Aids
Item 1: Economic Abstract of Alabama, 1966 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 2: Document of Historical Resources, Huntsville High School, 1975 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 3: Hammond's Historical Atlas, 1957[Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 4: Our Government, Edwin Adams, 1967 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 5: Understand Alabama to Accompany Know Alabama, Roberts and Viola Ayer, 1961
Item 6: Madison County Teachers' Association Symposium: Humanities and Space Age, 1961 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 7: Understanding Civics to Accompany Civics for Alabama Schools, Frances Cabaniss Roberts, 1960 (brown copy) [Not digitized.] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 8: Understanding Civics to Accompany Civics for Alabama Schools, Frances Cabaniss Roberts, 1963 (two green copies)
Item 9: Exploring Alabama to Accompany Alabama History for Schools, Summersell and Roberts, 1970 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 10: American Battle for Abundance, Kettering and Orth, 1947 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 11: Farm Production and Marketing in Alabama, 1943 [Not digitized.] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 12: Answer Guide for Understand Civics to Accompany Civics for Alabama Schools
Item 13: Nature and Practice of State and Local History, Jordan, 1958 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 14: Citizenship and American Heritage, 1960 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 15: Our Nations' Story, Augspurger and McLemore, 1960 [Not digitized] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.
Item 16: A Resource Unit: Americanism vs. Communism, 1962 [Not digitized.] - Not digitized. On shelf in Archives.

Series 2, Subseries B: Masters' notes and publications

Series 2, Subseries B, Box 1: Frances C. Roberts M.A. notes "An Experiment in Emancipation of Slaves by Alabama Planter"
Almost all at Hoole Library, University of Alabama
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Townsend Notes
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts' Masters Thesis
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Thesis Rough Draft
Folder 4: Additional copy of Frances C. Roberts Thesis
Folder 5: Townsend Slaves

Series 2, Subseries C: Ph.D. Dissertation Notes/Copies

Series 2, Subseries C, Box 1: Frances C. Roberts Ph.D Notes
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Ph.D Bibliography Note Cards
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Ph.D Note Cards
Folder 3a: Frances C. Roberts Ph.D Notes
Folder 3b: Frances C. Roberts Handwritten Draft of Dissertation

Series 2, Subseries C, Box 2: Ph.D Notes
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Portions of Typed Dissertation Drafts, 1956

Series 2, Subseries C, Box 3: Ph.D Notes
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Various Typed Dissertation Chapter Drafts
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Preliminary Dissertation
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Miscellaneous Ph.D Research

Series 2, Subseries D: Publications and Speech Notes

Series 2, Subseries D, Box 1: Speeches and Publications
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes: "Students in Higher Education"
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes: "Developing Basic Citizenship"
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts "Civics for Alabama Schools," publication agreement, 1957
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Paper: "Thomas Freeman, Surveyor"
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Article "Southern Flowers' Cultivation and Arrangement"
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Senior Center Lectures on Local History, Alabama Maps
Folder 7: Frances C. Robert Huntsville High School Commencement Speech and National Honor Societies
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts History of Huntsville, Alabama Lecture Outline
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Speech BrochuresProposed for Tennessee Valley Travel Guide
Folder 10: Frances C. Roberts Paper "The Role of Madison County in Achieving Statehood for Alabama" [and Harvie P. Jones "Constitution Hall Park Architectural Notes"]
Folder 11: Frances C. Roberts Paper "Highlights of Huntsville History"
Folder 12: Frances C. Roberts Paper "Historic Preservation And Community Development"
Folder 13: Frances C. Roberts Overview of "Bend of the Tennessee River", 1983
Folder 14: Frances C. Roberts Paper "Huntsville, Alabama and Huntsville, Texas: A Historical Comparison"
Folder 15: Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes "Mrs. Tree"
Folder 16: Frances C. Roberts Paper "Madison County History"
Folder 17: Frances C. Roberts Paper "Statement of Advanced Work and Research" - Wm. Lowe and Greenback Party
Folder 18: Frances C. Roberts Paper "Greenback Insurgency in Madison County", 1949
Folder 19: Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes"The Four Freedoms in the Postwar World"
Folder 20: Frances C. Roberts Article "Public Square in Madison County History"
Folder 21: Frances C. Roberts Paper Alabama Review article "Dr. David Moore", 1965
Folder 22: Frances C. Roberts Notes for "Highlights of Huntsville History"
Folder 23: Frances C. Roberts Alabama Review article "Politics and Public Land Disposal in Alabama's Formative Period", 1969
Folder 24: Frances C. Roberts Article Notes "Thomas Freeman--Surveyor"
Folder 25: Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes Calhoun Commencement Address, 1991
Folder 26: Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes UAH Commencement Address, 1993

Series 2, Subseries E: Awards and Recognition

Series 2, Subseries E, Box 1: Awards and Recognition
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Certificates and Awards, 1970s
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Certificates and Awards, 1980s
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Certificates and Awards, 1990s
Folder 4: UAH Frances Cabaniss Roberts Scholarship Fund, 2000
Folder 5: Photos of Frances Cabaniss Roberts, 1988 - 1990
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Undated Awards
Folder 7: News Clippings of Frances C. Roberts' Awards and Recognition, 1955 - 1999
Folder 8: Book about Frances C. Roberts' Life and Career (1963 - 1971)
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Retirement from UAH clippings, 1988 - 1999

Series 2, Subseries E, Box 2: Frances C. Roberts Awards, Plaques, etc. (banker box)

Series 2, Subseries E, Box 3: Frances C. Roberts Awards, Plaques, etc. (banker box)
Moved to Framed Art Area - see separation sheet

Series 2, Subseries F: Frances C. Roberts Personal Business Papers - miscellaneous church and other papers [unrelated to her book]

Series 2, Subseries F, Box 1: Unsorted miscellaneous papers relating to her house, UAH, taxes
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Business - American Publishers, etc., Bankruptcy, 1962 - 1965
Folder 2: Donations by Frances Cabaniss Roberts, 1965 -1994
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Family and 603 Randolph St. House , 1941 - 1969
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Personal Finances, 1960 - 1996
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Miscellaneous Personal Items
Folder 6: Alabama Churchman [belonging to Frances C. Roberts], 1949, 1950
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Bible Study Class Notes, undated
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts Religious Notes, Sermons, and Pictures
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Memorabilia (1 of 5)
Folder 10: Frances C. Roberts Memorabilia (2 of 5)
Folder 11: Frances C. Roberts Memorabilia (3 of 5)
Folder 12: Frances C. Roberts Memorabilia (4 of 5)
Folder 13: Frances C. Roberts Memorabilia (5 of 5)

Series 2, Subseries G: Roberts Correspondence
Sorted only by decade

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 1: Roberts Correspondence, 1930s-1950s
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1930s
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1940s
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1950s (1 of 4)
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1950s (2 of 4)
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1950s (3 of 4)
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1950s (4 of 4)
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, undated

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 2: Roberts Correspondence, 1950s
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Invitations to Weddings & Graduations and Family Histories, 1950s
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Various Topics and Inquiries About Family Histories, 1950s
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Invitations to Weddings & Commencements; Christmas Cards, 1950s
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts University-related Materials & Correspondence, 1950s
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Wedding Invitations, Personal Correspondence, Christmas Cards, 1950s
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Professional & Organizational Correspondence, 1950s

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 3: Roberts Correspondence, 1960s
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1960
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1961
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1962
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1963-1969
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1963-1969
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1963-1969
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1963-1969
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1963-1969

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 4: 1970s
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, Summersell Report, 1978 - 1982
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1970s
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1970s
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1970s

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 5: 1980s
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1980s (1 of 5)
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1980s (2 of 5)
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1980s (3 of 5)
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1980s (4 of 5)
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1980s (5 of 5)

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 6: 1990s
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1990s
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1990s
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, undated
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1990s
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Professional Correspondence, 1990s
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, UAH Scholarship Lunch, 1998
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence from Stuhlinger, Kuralt, Schenker, 1991 - 1995
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1990s
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1990s
Folder 10: Correspondence Written by Frances C. Roberts, 1960s
Folder 11: Correspondence Written by Frances C. Roberts, 1970s
Folder 12: Correspondence Written by Frances C. Roberts, 1980s
Folder 13: Correspondence Written by Frances C. Roberts, 1990s

Series 2, Subseries G, Box 7: Query letters
Many letters were written asking Dr. Roberts for information. These letters have been sorted separately and some offer valuable insight into early family life in Madison County.
Folder 1: Query Letter Concerning Atwood/Clancy, 1958
Folder 2: Query Letter Concerning Battle/Friedman, , to Roberts, Frances C., 1987
Folder 3: Query Letter Concerning Beirne/Ambassador Gordon, 1959
Folder 4: Query Letter Concerning Beirne/Patton, to Roberts, Frances C., 1959
Folder 5: Query Letter Concerning Brannon/Agee, to Roberts, Frances C., 1956
Folder 6: Query Letter Concerning Brown, Dr. Samuel to Roberts, Frances C., 1983
Folder 7: Query Letter Concerning Cabaniss, Septimus D., to Roberts, Frances C., undated
Folder 8: Query Letter Concerning Chapman, Elizabeth, to Roberts, Frances C., 1955
Folder 9: Query Letter Concerning Chapman/Pettus, to Roberts, Frances C., 1952
Folder 10: Query Letter Concerning Clay, Hugh Lawson, to Roberts, Frances C., 1958
Folder 11: Query Letter Concerning Cobb, W. R. W., to Roberts, Frances C., 1976
Folder 12: Query Letter Concerning Prisons, C. W., to Roberts, Frances C., 1968
Folder 13: Query Letter Concerning Cox, Zachariah, to Roberts, Frances D., 1956
Folder 14: Query Letter Concerning Draper Papers, to Roberts, Frances C., 1955
Folder 15: Query Letter Concerning Echols Hill/Water System, to Roberts, Frances C., 1986
Folder 16: Query Letter Concerning Edwards Book, to Roberts, Frances C., 1958
Folder 17: Query Letter Concerning Fearn, to Roberts, Frances C., 1978
Folder 18: Query Letter Concerning Federal Land Records, to Roberts, Frances C., 1967
Folder 19: Query Letter Concerning Gamble, Bob, to Roberts, Frances C., 1962
Folder 20: Query Letter Concerning Grayson, John, to Roberts, Frances C., 1960
Folder 21: Query Letter Concerning Alexander, Greet, 1962
Folder 22: Query Letter Concerning H. Female Seminary/Miss Swift, to Roberts, Frances C., 1983
Folder 23: Query Letter Concerning Hollenberg Piano Factory, to Roberts, Frances C., 1958
Folder 24: Query Letter Concerning Jackson, James, to Roberts, Frances C., 1955
Folder 25: Jones, Kathleen to Roberts, Frances C., 1951, 1957
Folder 26: Query Letter Concerning Jones, John Rison to Roberts, Frances C., 1957
Folder 27: Query Letter Concerning Johnson's Wells, to Roberts, Frances C., 1978
Folder 28: Query Letter Concerning Lively, to Roberts, Frances C., 1957
Folder 29: Query Letter Concerning Potential Acquisition of Louisiana CW Papers, cc: Frances C. Roberts, 1958
Folder 30: Letter Concerning FCR's Paper on Lowe and the Greenback Party, to Roberts, Frances C., 1951
Folder 31: Query Letter Concerning McKinley, John, to Roberts, Frances C., 1955
Folder 32: Query Letter Concerning Huntsville Methodist/Mooresville Churches, to Roberts, Frances C., 1957
Folder 33: Query Letter Concerning Morgan, John Hunt, 1957, 1960
Folder 34: Query Letter From Neville, Bert (?), to Roberts, Frances C., undated
Folder 35: Query Letters Concerning Painters- Cook, DeLattre, Frye, to Roberts, Frances C., 1955 -1986
Folder 36: Query Letter Concerning 1863 Pikeville Refugees, undated
Folder 37: Query Letter Concerning Rhett, to Roberts, Frances C., 1953
Folder 38: Query Letter Concerning Shepherd, to Roberts, Frances C.,1972 - 1987
Folder 39: Letter Concerning UA Integration, to Roberts, Frances C., undated
Folder 40: Letter Concerning Vadner/WWII, to Roberts, Frances C., 1966
Folder 41: Query Letter Concerning Ward, Matthias, 1961
Folder 42: Query Letter Concerning Weeden, Miss Howard/H. Female Seminary, 1960
Folder 43: Letter Concerning Whites/Salt Makers, to Roberts, Frances C., 1971
Folder 44: Query Letter Concerning Wyatt, Richard G., to Roberts, Frances C., 1959
Folder 45: Pauline Gandrud Jones' Genealogy Notes, 1952

Series 2, Subseries H: Mementos, photos, and cards

Series 2, Subseries H, Box 1: Gainesville mementos, photos, and cards
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Vita
Folder 2: Mary Watson Roberts Mementos (1 of 2)
Folder 3: Mary Watson Roberts Mementos (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Mary Watson Roberts newspaper clippings
Folder 5: Frances C. Robert Childhood Art Work
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts College Photos, circa 1937
Folder 7: Huntsville Photos by Students
Folder 8: The Conversationalist Judson Institute Yearbook, Mary E. Watson, 1902
Folder 9: Common Prayer Book and Hymnal, 1889

Series 2, Subseries H, Box 2: 2 Volume Scrapbook, 1969
Item 1: Frances C. Roberts Scrapbook, Volume 1, 1969
Item 1: Frances C. Roberts Scrapbook, Volume 2, 1969

Series 2, Subseries H, Box 3: Assorted items
Item 1: Frances C. Roberts Scrapbook With Newspaper Clippings, 1951
Item 2: J.E. Griffith Pathology Notes, circa 1928
Item 3: Ánnus Mirabilis, Yearbook, Livingston, AL, 1932
Item 4: R. H. Roberts Student Notebook, 1903

Series 2, Subseries H, Box 4: Roberts/Cabaniss photographs
Folder 1: Old Photos of Cabaniss Connections
Folder 2: Old Photos of Cabaniss Connections, unidentified
Folder 3: Old Photos of Cabaniss Connections, unidentified
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Childhood Photos, Gainesville
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Photos, Gov. Folsom Inaugural parade, 1947
Folder 6: Bridge Construction Photo, 1910s - 1920s
Folder 7: Gainesville Photos
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts Photos, Early Trips, circa 1940
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Photos, Early Trips, circa 1940
Folder 10: Frances C. Roberts Photos, Early Trips, circa 1940
Folder 11: Cabaniss Pictures, unidentified
Folder 12: Daguerreotypes (2), unidentified
Folder 13: Photos, Probabably Early Cabaniss, unidentified
Folder 13a: Scans of Negatives by UAH Staff
Folder 14: Old Huntsville photos, including Bell Factory
Folder 15: Class Photo, Huntsville, 1873

Series 2, Subseries H, Box 5: Roberts Photographs, Including Negatives & Slides
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts, 1950s-1960s
Folder 2: Frances C. Roberts Trip Photos, 1980s
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts UAH Photos
Folder 4: Frances C. Roberts Travel Slides
Folder 5: Frances C. Roberts Photos, Friend and miscellaneous
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Huntsville Times Photos
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts, Miscellaneous pictures
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts Photos, 603 Randolph Street
Folder 9: Negatives, Probably for AAUW book, Glimpses & 3 Prints
Folder 10: Miscellaneous Negatives (Not Digitized)

Series 2, Subseries H, Box 6: Audio & Visual
Item 1: Speech Notes, Index Cards
Item 2: 172 Slides Digitized by Ralph Allen, July 2012 (on CD)
Item 3: Loose 35mm Microfilm Roll - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 4: 35mm Slide Carousel No. 1 (with slides) - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 5: 35mm Slide Carousel No. 2 (with slides) - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 6: 35mm Slide Carousel No. 3 (with slides) - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 7: 35mm Slides in Cardboard Box 1 - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 8: 35mm Slides in Cardboard Box 2 - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 9: 35mm Slides in Cardboard Box 3 - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 10: 35mm Slides in Metal Box - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 11: VHS Cassette No. 1 - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 12: VHS Cassette No. 2 - To be digitized by UAH at future time.
Item 13: VHS Cassette No. 3 - To be digitized by UAH at future time.

Series 3: Roberts Collection - UAH
All additional papers have been incorporated into already existing UAH records in the Archives.

Series 3, Box 1: UAH
Folder 1: Frances C. Roberts Letters from UAH, 1950 -1953
Folder 2: Roberts Hall Dedication, 1961 - 1988
Folder 3: Frances C. Roberts Commencement Address, 1993
Folder 4: Frances Cabaniss Roberts Endowed Scholarship Fund, 1982 - 2000
Folder 5: Piano Fund, 1997
Folder 6: Frances C. Roberts Project Honoring Dr. Summersell, 1978
Folder 7: Frances C. Roberts Project 351 - Thomas Freeman, 1950 - 1967
Folder 8: Frances C. Roberts Early Memos and Letters, 1951 -1977
Folder 9: Frances C. Roberts Notes
Folder 10: Frances Roberts UAH Employment

Series 4: Roberts Collection - Southern History

Series 4, Subseries A: Huntsville History

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 1: Early History
Folder 1: Ditto's Landing - copy, 1810 - 1815 - Early History
Folder 2: Fire on Square - copy, 1835 - Early History
Folder 3: Smith, Sen. William Speech - copy, 1839 - Early History
Folder 4: Theatre - French Roles, 7 pieces, undated - Early History
Folder 5: Dr. S. M. Van Wyck letters, 1860s - copies - Early History
Folder 6: Huntsville Newspaper - copy, 1814 - Early History
Folder 7: Absentee Ballot, 1948 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 8: Civil Engineering Catalog, 1880 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 9: Barrs' Fashion Catalog, 1895 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 10: Boggs & Buhl, Catalog, 1893 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 11: Dolls' Dressmaker Magazine (5), 1891 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 12: Drobisch Garden Catalog, 1884 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 13: Pageant of a Nation - copy - 11 pages - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 14: Jordan, Marsh & Company Catalog, 1897 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 15: Le Boutillier Brothers Catalog, 1895 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 16: National Cloak Company Catalog, 1895 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 17: Phonographic News, 1891 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 18: Southern Enterprise, magazine, circa 1890 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 19: Tea Table, magazine, 1890 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 20: Vick's Garden Catalog, 1878 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 21: Huntsville, Queen of Valley, 1888 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 22: Picturesque Huntsville (2 copies), circa 1910 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 23: Huntsville YMCA Booklet, 1925 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 24: Illustrative & Descriptive Huntsville & Madison County, circa 1910 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 25: Huntsville Parker (2 copies), 1955 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 26: McCalls Dress Patterns, circa 1910 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia
Folder 27: Huntsville Charter, 1870 - Early Huntsville Life and Memorabilia

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 2: History
Folder 1: Agricultural & Mechanical Association Program, 1872
Folder 2: Alabama Almanac - copy, and Almanaacs of the Unites States, 1823, 1962
Folder 3: Calendars, 1968
Folder 4: Charter and Bylaws, 1851
Folder 5: City Government Records and Notes (mostly undated), 1955
Folder 6: City Limits and Square Study - Folder 6 is missing
Folder 7: Duke University Library Finding Aid, 1989
Folder 8: Government Day, 1962
Folder 9: Gene Harless Drawings, 1984
Folder 10: Homecoming Program, 1947
Folder 11: Ku Klux Klan in Huntsville - copies (Congressional Report), 1872
Folder 12: Lanman, Charles "Adventures in the Wilds of the United States" - copy, 1856
Folder 13: Ordinances, miscellaneous, 1818 - 1861
Folder 14: Photographs, Huntsville History
Folder 15: Huntsville City Planning, miscellaneous
Folder 16: St. Louis Trade Review featuring Huntsville, Alabama, 1892

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 3: Families (Baldridge to Moore/Rhett)
Folder 1: Baldridge Family
Folder 2: Beirne/Patton/Echols/Spragins Families
Folder 3: Brandon Family
Folder 4: Burritt, Dr.
Folder 5: Butler, James
Folder 6: Calhoun/Colhoun Family
Folder 7: Chambers, Henry H.
Folder 8: Clay Family
Folder 9: Clay Letters - copies, Duke MSS, 1842-1865
Folder 10: Criner Brothers
Folder 11: Darwin, Mattie
Folder 12: Davis, Sophia L.
Folder 13: Erskine, Albert Russel
Folder 14: Fearn, Dr. Thomas
Folder 15: Fearn, Donegan & Co. [with map list at Huntsville Public Library], 1850 - 1854
Folder 16: Garth Family
Folder 17: German Settlement in Huntsville by Frances C. Roberts
Folder 18: Grayson, and Wade House Photo
Folder 19: Hallowell, John H. on his religion
Folder 20: Halsey Family
Folder 21: Harrison/Weatherly Families
Folder 22: Hereford, Theodorick Matthews, Family History
Folder 23: Hopkins, Arthur F.
Folder 24: Horton Family Bible & Register Pages
Folder 25: Hundley, Orville
Folder 26: Hunt, John
Folder 27: "The Huntsville Trial of Frabk James" by Alvis Howard, undated
Folder 28: Jones, George Washington, Jones Family
Folder 29: Moore/Rhett Families

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 4: Families (Jones-Smith)
Folder 1: Jones/Paul/Gandrad Families
Folder 2: Laughinghouse, Murphy
Folder 3: Lily Flagg, Famous Cow (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Lily Flagg, Famous Cow (2 of 2)
Folder 5: Mastin, Mary Jane, 1902
Folder 6: Mastin, Dr. Claudius H.
Folder 7: McCartney, Charles
Folder 8: McLaughlin, G. C. - copy
Folder 9: Moore, Dr. David, and Copy of Frye Painting
Folder 10: Moore/Harris Families
Folder 11: Newman, W. P.
Folder 12: O'Neal, Edward
Folder 13: Otey, Octavia Wyche
Folder 14: Percy, Tom/Brown, Sam
Folder 15: Pope, LeRoy/Poplar Grove,1814
Folder 16: Pope, Data by Highleyman
Folder 17: Pope/Coffee, deeds
Folder 18: Record, James
Folder 19: Rhett, R. B. Jr.
Folder 20: Russel, Dr. Albert
Folder 21: Semmes/Lewellyn Jones/Winter Families
Folder 22: Smith, Carlos
Folder 23: Smith, Judge William
Folder 24: Spence, Judy/McClung [missing] - Folder 24 missing From box

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 5: Families (Spragins-Yeatman), Miscellaneous Family notes, Libraries, Utilities, Buildings
Folder 1: Spragins, Letters, 1923 - Families
Folder 2: Steele, George - Families
Folder 3: Stuhlinger, Ernst, 1992 - Families
Folder 4: Swaim, Marion C., Land Abstract, 1893 - Families
Folder 5: Therrel, Letters,1916 - Families
Folder 6: Walker, Nannie Herndon Rice to Her Mother, Drawing, 1884 - Families
Folder 7: Walker, James Sanders to Walker, John Williams - copies - Families
Folder 8: "Walker, Leroy Pope" by Harris, William C. - Families
Folder 9: Walker, Richard W. - Families
Folder 10: Weeden, Maria Howard - Families
Folder 11: Weeden Project - Families
Folder 12: Wilson, John G., Bankruptcy, 1868 - Families
Folder 13: Withers, Dr. S. J. - Families
Folder 14: Yeatman, Preston - Families
Folder 15: Miscellaneous Family Notes - Families
Folder 16: Miscellaneous Family Notes - Families
Folder 17: "The First National Bank Building, 1835-1954" - Buildings
Folder 18: Elk Theatre Program, 1922 - Buildings - Folder 18 Missing From Box
Folder 19: Harrison Bros. Hardware Building - Buildings
Folder 20: Von Braun Civic Center, 1975 - Buildings
Folder 21: Lending Library Page, survey, 1958 - Libraries
Folder 22: Fisk, Sarah Huff, Library - Libraries
Folder 23: Regional Library (TVA) - Libraries - Folder 23 Missing From Box
Folder 24: Huntsville Boundary and Annex, City Planning Department, 1981 - 1993 - Utilities and Services
Folder 25: Finance Report, 1953 - Utilities and Services
Folder 26: Fire Department Utilities - Utilities and Services
Folder 27: Utilities brochures - Utilities and Services

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 6: Huntsville Cemetery
Maple Hill Cemetery (These are original notes taken by Diane Roby, Dorothy Scott Johnson, Dr. John Rison Jones, and Dr. Roberts for the publication of their book Maple Hill Cemetery, Phase I.)
Item 1: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - A Surnames
Item 2: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - B Surnames
Item 3: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - C Surnames
Item 4: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - D Surnames
Item 5: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - E Surnames
Item 6: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - F Surnames
Item 7: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - G Surnames
Item 8: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - H-I Surnames
Item 9: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - J-K Surnames
Item 10: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - L Surnames
Item 11: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - M Surnames
Item 12: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - Mc Surnames
Item 13: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - N Surnames
Item 14: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - O Surnames
Item 15: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - P-Q Surnames
Item 16: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - R Surnames
Item 17: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - S Surnames
Item 18: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - T Surnames
Item 19: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - U-V Surnames
Item 20: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - W-X Surnames
Item 21: Merrimack Cemetery Notes - Y-Z Surnames
Item 22: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Section 28
Item 23: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Section 29
Item 24: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 1
Item 25: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 1A
Item 26: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 2
Item 27: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 3
Item 28: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 4
Item 29: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 5 - B
Item 30: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 6 - C
Item 31: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 14 - G-I
Item 32: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 15 - K - Erskine Plot
Item 33: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 16 - D
Item 34: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 17 - E
Item 35: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 18 - F
Item 36: Maple Hill Cemetery Notes - Steno Pad 19 - H-J - Potters Field

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 7: Huntsville Cemetery
Maple Hill Notes (Continued) 1987
Item 1: Steno Book Containing Listings of Golightly Cemetery Burials, 1974 - Golightly Cemetery
Item 2: Steno Book Containing Listings of Burials in Merrimack, Drake Family & Charity Baptist Church Cemeteries, 1968 - Merrimack, Drake Family & Charity Baptist Church Cemeteries
Item 3: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1973 - Section 11
Item 4: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1974 - Section 12
Item 5: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1975 - Section 14
Item 6: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1975 - Section 15
Item 7: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1974 - Section 15
Item 8: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1976 - Section 25
Item 9: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1972 - 1973 - Erskine Circle
Item 10: Steno Book Containing Listings of Maple Hill Burials, 1973 - Erskine Circle North
Item 11: Steno Book Containing Listings of Burials, undated - Confederate Soldiers in Maple Hill Cemetery; listings for Cambron Church & Madison Crossroads Presbyterian Church Cemeteries
Item 12: "Maple Hill Cemetery Phase One" by Roby, Johnson, Jones, and Roberts - Book - Shelved - NOT DIGITIZED
Folder 1: Notes and Clippings of Maple Hill Cemetery, 1974 - 1981
Folder 2: Cemetery Notes, Correspondence, Maps, and Drawings, undated
Folder 3: Cemetery Book Notes and First Draft Pages
Folder 4: Article About Cemeteries in Huntsville Times by Johnson, Dorothy Scott, 1987
Folder 5: Hobbs and Stewart Cemeteries, Correspondence and Newspaper Article Photos
Folder 6: Glenwood Cemetery Monument Dedication, undated
Folder 7: Cemetery Proposal, McClung St./Maple Hill Cemetery, 1984
Folder 8: Book Containing Listings of Charity Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery Burials, undated

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 8: Maple Hill Scrapbook
Compiled 1976 by Diane Louise Roby for Ladies Auxiliary of Tacoma, Washington
Item 1: Maple Hill Cemetery Photo Album, 1976
Folder 1: Robey, Diane Louise Correspondence, 1975 - 1978

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 9: Churches
Folder 1: Concerning Lakeside Methodist Church - African-American
Folder 2: Concerning St. Bartley Primitive Baptist Church - African-American
Folder 3: Concerning Church of Nativity (Episcopal)
Folder 4: Concerning Presbyterian 1st Sesquicentennial Book
Folder 5: Concerning Temple B'nai Sholom
Folder 6: Concerning Unitarian Fellowship
Folder 7: Miscellaneous Church Notes (1 of 3)
Folder 8: Miscellaneous Church Notes (2 of 3)
Folder 9: Miscellaneous Church Notes (3 of 3)
Folder 10: Unidentified Photo with Huntsville Connections

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 10: Church of Nativity, Episcopal (1 of 3)
Notes, post-1950 used by Dr. Roberts for writing Sesquicentennial History of the Church of Nativity. Includes notes about and photos of Dr. John Banister, the church building, church bulletins, trip expenses to Mobile, outreach program, unpublished paper by Rev. Emmet Gribbin and other unsorted material.
Folder 1: Church of Nativity (Episcopal), miscellaneous documents
Folder 2: Christ Church, Mobile, 1954
Folder 3: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Books
Folder 4: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Church Bulletins (weekly), Orders of Service, etc.
Folder 5: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) History
Folder 6: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Photos - Dr. Bannister, Missionary Family
Folder 7: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Photos
Folder 8: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) "Fight the Good Fight" Paper
Folder 9: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Finances and Missions
Folder 10: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Architecture and Insurance
Folder 11: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Miscellaneous Notes for Book
Folder 12: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Outreach
Folder 13: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Annual Parish Notes, 1939-1960
Folder 14: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Vestry Membersand Memorials
Folder 15: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Bishop Lay Paper

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 11: Church of Nativity, Episcopal (continued) (2 of 3)
Folder 1: Sermon Notes/Texts for Church of Nativity (Episcopal), Scottsboro and other churches, Methodist & Baptist, 1930s
Folder 2: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Sermons, Historical Sketch. 1930s
Folder 3: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Missions Map, post-1912
Folder 4: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Women's Auxiliary Guild Treasurer's Report (1936), Miscellaneous, and Minutes (1922, 1929 - 39)
Folder 5: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) History & Organization
Folder 6: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Photos & Miscellaneous
Folder 7: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Miscellaneous Business Data
Folder 8: Church of Nativity (Episcopal) Letters of Inquiry for History
Folder 9: Material for Church of Nativity Centennial Book
Folder 10: Sermons by J. M. Bannister, 1889

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 12: Church of Nativity, Episcopal (continued) (3 of 3)
Notes, pre-1950 used by Dr. Roberts for writing Sesquicentennial History of the Church of Nativity. Includes 2nd grade church lessons; copy of Bishop Lay's Civil War Account; copy of History of Protestant Episcopal Church of Alabama; daybook re Baptisms, Confirmations, Marriages, etc. of Athens, Madison Station, and other towns, circa 1870; Year Book 1920–21 Mission Fund and Japan Reconstruction Fund, 1924–1926; 1879 Church Monthly Magazine and Church Almanac for 1879.
Folder 1: Church of the Nativity Almanac & Monthly Magazine, 1879
Folder 2: Second Grade Church of Nativity Church Lessons
Folder 3: Robert Emmet Gribbin, Jr. paper on Bishop Lay, 1958
Folder 4: History of Protestant Church in Alabama by Whitaker, Walter, 1898
Folder 5: Original Record Book, of Burials, Marriages, Wedding, etc.for Athens, Madison Station, Decatur, Tuscumbia Circuit, 1867
Folder 6: Church of Nativity History Pamphlets (2), undated and 2017
Folder 7: Church of Nativity Women's Guild & Mission Fund Ledger Books (2)

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 13: Churches (continued)
Folder 1: First Baptist - Churches
Folder 2: Catholic Churches History - Churches
Folder 3: The Huntsville Female College - Churches
Folder 4: First United Methodist - Churches
Folder 5: Cumberland Presbyterian - Churches
Folder 6: 603 Adams (Rhett House), Jones and Herrin Architectural Notes, 1974 - Houses
Folder 7: 701 Adams (Paul Cottage), Jones and Herrin Architectural Notes, 1984 - Houses
Folder 8: 2409 Dairy Lane (Chapman Residence) - Houses
Folder 9: 407 Echols - Echols Hill (Pope Residence), Brochure, 1990 - Houses
Folder 10: 414 Echols (Dickson House), 1983 - Houses
Folder 11: 515 Franklin (Erskine-DilworthHouse) - Houses
Folder 12: 558 Franklin (Morgan-Neal-Wingiton House) - Houses
Folder 13: 601 Franklin (Holloway House) Photos - Houses
Folder 14: 300 Gates (Weeden House/Museum), Documents Regarding the Preservation of the Home, White, James, 1990 -1991 - Houses
Folder 15: 300 Gates (Weeden House/Museum), Photos by Milberger, Eric - Houses
Folder 16: 300 Gates (Weeden House/Museum) Twickenham Historic Preservation District Association - Houses
Folder 17: 300 Gates (Weeden House/Museum) Restoration, "The Weeden House" by Milberger, Eric - Houses
Folder 18: 203 Lincoln (O'NealHouse) - Houses
Folder 19: ___ Meridian - Oaklawn (Robinson - Dilworth - Luther House) - Houses
Folder 20: Randolph (Esslinger Residence), Esslinger, Francis to Smith, Jeff, 1972 - Houses
Folder 21: 401 Randolph (Taylor House), 1964 - Houses
Folder 22: 409 Randolph (Terry House), 1964 - Houses
Folder 23: 416 Randolph (Pettus House), Jones and Herrin Architectural Notes, 1989 - Houses
Folder 24: 507 Randolph (Perkins House), Historical Marker Request, Photos, and Drawings, 1980 - Houses
Folder 25: 603 Randolph (Cabaniss), Certificate of Historic Significance - Houses
Folder 26: 210 Williams (Lowe) - Houses
Folder 27: Newspapers Concerning Rogers, Wilkinson, and Coca Cola, 1985 - 1990 - Houses
Folder 28: Huntsville Houses, miscellaneous - Houses
Folder 29: Monte Sano Park Brochures, Including "Live Life Longer" Brochure, circa 1930 - Parks
Folder 30: Frances C. Roberts' essay "The Romance and Realism of Monte Sano" and her notes - Parks
Folder 31: Monte Sano History by Monroe, D.C., 1925 - Parks
Folder 32: Monte Sano Brochure, circa 1939 - Parks
Folder 33: "Monte Sano Wildflowers," by English, L.T., miscellaneous - Parks
Folder 34: Optimist Park, Articles and Photos, 1992 - Parks
Folder 35: Special Edition Newspaper, 1938 - Parks
Folder 36: Special Edition Newspaper, 1989 - Parks

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 14: Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 1: First National Bank & Henderson booklet and post card, Rison Banking Co., 1931 - 1951 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 2: Alabama Nursery Booklet, 1901 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 3: Coca Cola, miscellaneous memorabilia, 1924 - 1968 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 4: Dallas Mills, Notes, Paper, Advertisements, nd Newsletter [mostly undated], 1900 - Business, Tours and Industry - Folder 4 is oversized, see separation sheet.
Folder 5: Dennis Watercress, Inc., undated - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 6: Huntsville Fiber & Veneer Works, circa 1940 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 7: Huntsville Manufacturing Newspaper, The Huntsville Parker, 1955 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 8: Huntsville Manufacturing Newspaper, The Huntsville Parker, 1961 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 9: Huntsville & Madison Trade Survey, 1940 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 10: Booklet About G. W. Jones, 1986 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 11: On Merrimack Paper Manufacturing, undated - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 12: History of Manufactures in the United States, Vol. II - copy, 1860-1893 - Business, Tours and Industry
Folder 13: "Glimpses into Antebellum Homes," by the Huntsville Branch American Association of University Women, 1952 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 14: Civil War Centennial Tour Resource, 1962 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 15: Huntsville Tour Brochures, miscellaneous, 1973 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 16: Huntsville, Queen City of the South, Monte Sano Hotel, and Huntsville Female College, photos, 1888 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 17: Huntsville Hotel Menu, 1898 [Missing] - Huntsville Tours (Missing)
Folder 18: Huntsville Early Tours Brochures, Advertisements, 1954 - 1962 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 19: Huntsville Promotional Booklet, 1908 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 20: Brief on State Celebration in Commemoration of Huntsville Statehood, 1919 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 21: Huntsville Brochures, circa 1950 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 22: Huntsville Chamber of Commerce City Directory, 1940 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 23: Rocket City, USA Booklet by Akens, David, circa 1960 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 24: Huntsville Brochure and Map - Huntsville Tours
Folder 25: Rocket City, USA Booklet by McCormick and Record, 1953 - Huntsville Tours
Folder 26: Huntsville Brochure, circa 1970s - Huntsville Tours
Folder 27: Huntsville Brochure and Guide, 1985 - Huntsville Tours

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 15: Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 1: Redstone Arsenal Complex Chronology - Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 2: The Hub of Rocket and Guided Missile Research - Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 3: Maps of Redstone Arsenal, 1971 - Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 4: Talent Bank Data sheet, 1969 - Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 5: Redstone Arsenal 50th Year, Huntsville Times Newspaper, 1991 - Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 6: "Redstone Arsenal Yesterday and Today" by Baker, Michael E., 1990 - Redstone Arsenal (RSA)
Folder 7: Space and Rocket Center and NASA Brochures, Related Resources, circa 1977, 1962 - NASA and MSFC
Folder 8: Resumes on German Rocket Scientists' Migration, 1957 - 1960 - NASA and MSFC
Folder 9: Huntsville Aerospace and Related Companies. miscellaneous - NASA and MSFC
Folder 10: Marshall Space Flight Center History - NASA and MSFC
Folder 11: Dunar & Waring, Stuhlinger and Ordway Book Dispute - RESTRICTED & SEALED - NASA and MSFC
Folder 12: Saturn Illustrated Chronology, 1965 - NASA and MSFC
Folder 13: The Alabama Reunion Space Celebration, 1989 - NASA and MSFC
Folder 14: Von Braun Memorial Dinner, 1996 - NASA and MSFC

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 16: Schools
Folder 1: Notes on Early Huntsville Education - Schools
Folder 2: Huntsville Female Academy Meeting Notes,1851-1852 - Schools
Folder 3: Query Letter Concerning Huntsville Female Academy, From Kirkham, Professor E. Bruce, 1990 - Schools
Folder 4: Huntsville Female College, Notes, Article Excerpt - reprint, 1940 - Schools
Folder 5: Ford, Ruth/Mrs. Earle Notes and Correspondence Concerning Alabama Colleges - Schools
Folder 6: Notes Concerning Huntsville Schools - Schools
Folder 7: Greene Academy (1812-1864), 1955 - Schools
Folder 8: Monte Sano Female Seminary, Huntsville Female College Catalog, Receipt, 1860, 1876, 1875 - Schools
Folder 9: North Alabama College - Schools
Folder 10: Report on Black Schools [Missing] - Black Schools (Missing)
Folder 11: Gaston School Report and Correspondence by Lacey, Marguerite, 1965 -1968 - Black Schools
Folder 12: William Hooper Councill High School Booklet, 1966 - Black Schools
Folder 13: Oakwood College History, Adventist Heritage, Folio, 1968, 1996 - Black Schools
Folder 14: Lincoln School Opening Brochure, History, 1929, 1976? - City Schools
Folder 15: Chapman School Book, 1975 - City Schools
Folder 16: Huntsville High School Reunion Book, 1998 - City Schools
Folder 17: Huntsville High School Course of Study, 1944 - City Schools
Folder 18: WWII Scrap Metal Drive, photos, circa 1943 - City Schools
Folder 19: Annie Merts Center Dedication, 1981 - City Schools
Folder 20: Lee High School,Academic Booster Club Awards Ceremony, 1993 - City Schools
Folder 21: Huntsville High School Evaluation Criteria, 1951 - City Schools
Folder 22: Huntsville Public Schools Dedications, 1969 - City Schools
Folder 23: Huntsville School Superintendents (1875-1975), 1975-1976? - City Schools

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 17: Schools (continued)
Folder 1: William Council Biography by Jones, Florence, undated
Folder 2: Huntsville Schools Typed History (1 of 2)
Folder 3: Huntsville Schools Typed History (2 of 2)
Folder 4: Huntsville Education Study Committee Final Report, 1968
Folder 5: Oakwood Estate/Rison School Sites, Letter by Roberts, Frances C., 1997

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 18: Transportation
Folder 1: Huntsville Quadrant Map, 1964 - Transportation
Folder 2: Governors' Drive Name and Whitesburg Marker, 1957 - 1958 - Transportation
Folder 3: Huntsville Street Map, 1937 - Transportation
Folder 4: Huntsville Street Plan, 1993 - Transportation
Folder 5: Operation Plan for Huntsville Area Transportation Study, 1970 - Transportation
Folder 6: Huntsville Transportation Report, 1976 - Transportation
Folder 7: Huntsville Aviation Reports and Resources, 1940 - 1941 - Transportation
Folder 8: Huntsville Airport Annual Report, 1989 - Transportation
Folder 9: Memphis and Charleston Railroad Directors' Report - copy, Related Documents, 1857, 1968 - 1971 - Railroads
Folder 10: Railroad Reunion, The Special Daily, 1989 - Railroads
Folder 11: Southern Railroad Property Utilization Study, 1972 - Railroads
Folder 12: Huntsville Depot Plans and Brochures, 1977-1992 - Railroads
Folder 13: Huntsville Depot Master Plan, Part 1, 1978 - Railroads
Folder 14: Huntsville Depot Master Plan, 1975 - Railroads
Folder 15: Huntsville, Alabama Report by Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, 1960 - Railroads
Folder 16: Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company Stock Certificate, Bldg. Reports by Gilliam, K, History, 1854, 1974, 1857 - Railroads

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 19: Miscellaneous Notes and Copies
Folder 1: Postal Guide & Souvenir, 1901; Illustrated City of Huntsville, 1905; Southern Business Directory, 1854; Newspaper clippings, 1850
Folder 2: A Brief History of Huntsville
Folder 3: History of the Newspapers of Huntsville, Alabama by Keel, Edna Arnette, 1812-1939
Folder 4: Newspaper Excerpts from Alabama Republican (reprints), President Monroe tour, Huntsville Female Education Society, 1819 -1833
Folder 5: Huntsville Newspaper Notes and Excerpts, 1900 - 1910
Folder 6: The Huntsville Weekly Democrat, 1904
Folder 7: Weekly Mercury Newspaper - copy, 1915
Folder 8: Weekly Mercury - original, 1916
Folder 9: Huntsville Newspaper Notes, 1930 - 1939
Folder 10: Huntsville Newspaper Notes, 1940 - 1943
Folder 11: Huntsville Newspaper Notes, 1950 - 1955
Folder 12: Huntsville Newspaper Notes, 1811 - 1828
Folder 13: History of the Huntsville Daily Times - copies
Folder 14: Williams' Huntsville Directory, 1859, copy
Folder 15: Frank James record book and miscellaneous notes, 1900 -1969
Folder 16: Miscellaneous articles and documents, 1818 - 1971

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 20: Miscellaneous Material (Oversize)
Item 1: Huntsville Industrial Center (HIC) [Dallas & Lincoln Mills], circa 1960s
Item 1a: Genesco Shoe Co. Painting/Mural,
Item 2: Huntsville Major Street Plan, Vol. 1, 1966
Item 3: Environmental Geology and Hydrology, 1975
Item 4: Huntsville Times (Various issues, historical), 1955 -1975
Item 5: Huntsville Tribune (Confederate Monument Edition), November 29, 1900

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 21: Blueprints: Public building.. Private homes
Oversized, moved to flat file, see separation sheet.
Item 1: Steele/Flower Residence (Oak Place) Blueprint, 1934
Item 2: Madison County Court House Blueprint, 1835
Item 3: Robinson/Dilworth House Blueprint, 1935
Item 4: Governor Thomas Bibb/Hutchens House Blueprint
Item 5: Pope/Spragins House Blueprint,1934
Item 6: Pynchon/Fackler House Blueprint
Item 7: First National Bank Blueprint, 1934

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 22: Miscellaneous Madison Co. History
Folder 1: Letters from Land Office, circa 1810
Folder 2: Highlights of Madison County History
Folder 3: Notes on Library and Other Local Institutions
Folder 4: Handwritten Notes on Local Banking and Commerce
Folder 5: Historic District Preservation Committee, Including Maps, 1975 -1978
Folder 6: Additional Historic Commission Documents, 1971 -1989
Folder 7: The Historic Preservation District Act, 1982 - 1983
Folder 8: Twickenham Gazette, 1982–1983
Folder 9: Constitution Hall Park Ordinance, 1979
Folder 10: Proposed Alabama Constitution To Replace 1901 Constitution, 1983
Folder 11: Diary of Catherine M. Fennell, typed , 1860 - 1865
Folder 12: Madison County Land Applications and Tax Collection, 1805 - 1817
Folder 13: Local Politics, Voting Documents, Hettinger Document, 1988 -1992
Folder 14: Madison County Politics, 1811 - 1955
Folder 15: Deaths and Murders in Local Newspapers, 1880 -1966
Folder 16: Thomas Freeman, Surveyor; Indian Treaty and Red River Exploration, 1902 -1907
Folder 17: Locust Street Deeds and Abstract, 1809 - 1966
Folder 18: William Councill and Alabama A&M
Folder 19: Daily Mercury Newspaper, 1897
Folder 20: Documents of Isaac Criner of Mt. Fork, Undated Photo, 1861 - 1875
Folder 21: The Conservative (Poems and Stories); Bradley, etc.
Folder 22: History of Walnut Grove Community

Series 4, Subseries A, Box 23: Miscellaneous Madison County History
Folder 1: Rowe Pocket (1855) Diary - copy, 1855 - 1856
Folder 2: Steger History and Related
Folder 3: Bell Factory Paper (Found in Frances C. Roberts Files)
Folder 4: Three Forks Bridge Specs, Flint River
Folder 5: Mississippi Territory Papers - copies, 1813
Folder 6: Bibb-Wyatt Genealogy
Folder 7: Lay papers (UNC) copies
Folder 8: Newspapers List, 1812 - 1969
Folder 9: Northern Alabama Railroad History - copies
Folder 10: Taylor History of Madison County (handwritten)
Folder 11: Wyche-Otey Papers and Photos
Folder 12: Weekly Mercury Newspaper, 1896
Folder 13: Evening Tribune Newspaper, 1904
Folder 14: Huntsville City Code
Folder 15: Miscellaneous records, Cabannis, 1814? - 1914
Folder 16: Cincinnati Historical Society Copies of Letters by Frank J. Jones from Huntsville, circa 1863

Series 4, Subseries B: Madison County History

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 1: Land
Folder 1: Freeman, Thomas Correspondecnce to Washington, Meigs - copies, 1785 - 1807 - Land
Folder 2: Impact of the War [WWII] on the Huntsville Area, Department of Labor, 1943 - Land
Folder 3: Tennessee Valley Authority Bulletins, 1955 - 1958 - Land
Folder 4: Williams, Nelse (black) Humorous Story - Families
Folder 5: Black Life - Notes by Frances C. Roberts - Families
Folder 6: Balch, Charles Genealogy - Families
Folder 7: Butler, Samuel R. Biography - Families
Folder 8: Chambless, Stephen Genealogy - Families
Folder 9: Cobb, W. R. W. Notes by Frances Cabaniss Roberts and Letter - Families
Folder 10: Criner, Isaac Ledger Names - Families
Folder 11: Esslinger, W.F. "Two Hundred Years of the Esslinger Family" - Families
Folder 12: Jones, Lewellen (UAH) Grave - Families
Folder 13: Jones, Seaborn Genealogy - Families
Folder 14: McCartney, John Application for Pension - Families
Folder 15: Newspaper Articles About Sanders, Constantine - Families
Folder 16: Scott, Dred article in Valley Leaves, 1989 - Families
Folder 17: Stewart, Thomas Genealogy - Families
Folder 18: Thomas, Alice McCrary Paper on Madison County Settlement - Families
Folder 19: Walker, John Williams Account Book - copy, 1812 - Families
Folder 20: Percy, Thomas to Walker, John Williams and Walker, Richard - copies, 1819 -1841 - Families
Folder 21: Letters from Walker, Leroy Pope and Walker, Elizabeth, 1838-1848 - Families

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 2: Madison County Land
Folder 1: Survey Field Notes & Land Records, 1818 - 1853
Folder 2: Alabama Department of Archives and History Receivers Ledger, Vol. A - copy, 1809 -1811
Folder 3: Purdom and McAllistor Ledger - copy, Mississippi Territory, 1820
Folder 4: Geological Survey, 1957 (1 of 3)
Folder 5: Geological Survey, 1950 (2 of 3)
Folder 6: Geological Survey, 1950 (3 of 3)
Folder 7: Turner's Digest, Mississippi Territory Records - copies, 1808-1880
Folder 8: Madison County Land Certificates, 1818 - 1820
Folder 9: Docket of Private Land Claims, copy
Folder 10: Land Records - Frances C. Roberts Research Notes
Folder 11: Land Office Letter - copy, 1816
Folder 12: Letters of Registers and Receivers, Vol. 1 & 2 - copies

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 3: Land Records- Early Land Descriptions

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 4: Madison County Buildings
Folder 1: Correspondence Concerning the Bone Home, 1973 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 2: House-Hinds/Rigney-Payne Cemetery - Madison County Buildings
Folder 3: Bob Jones Projects, 1966 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 4: New Market Poorhouse Cemetery and Farm Site, 1990 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 5: Judge Taylor History - See Series 4, Subseries B, Box 5, Folder 18 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 6: Madison County Sketches by Local Artists, 1982 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 7: Maysville Rd./Steger/Nance House Pictures - Madison County Buildings
Folder 8: Courthouse Mural, sketches and i.d. by C. E. Monroe, Jr. and Thomas, Norman - Madison County Buildings
Folder 9: Madison County Courthouses Paper - Madison County Buildings
Folder 10: Madison County Courthouse Booklet - Madison County Buildings
Folder 11: Madision County Courthouse Dedication, 1967 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 12: Tennessee Valley Area Agricultural Development Paper - Madison County Buildings
Folder 13: Madison County Farm Program, circa 1940 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 14: Offices of City Government Booklet, 1964 - Madison County Buildings
Folder 15: Buckhorn Tavern Paper - Madison County Communities
Folder 16: Gurley United Methodist Church Brochure, 1986 - Madison County Communities
Folder 17: Madison Street Festival, 1976 - Madison County Communities
Folder 18: Madison County Historical District Guidelines, 1971 - 1985 - Madison County Communities
Folder 19: Madison Fire Insurance Map, 1890 - Madison County Communities
Folder 20: Maysville, AL Newspaper Clippings - Madison County Communities
Folder 21: New Hope Incorporation, 1920 - Madison County Communities
Folder 22: New Market Historic District, 1991 - Madison County Communities
Folder 23: New Market History - Madison County Communities
Folder 24: New Market History by Dr. Norris and Historic Celebration at New Market - Madison County Communities
Folder 25: Monrovia History, Survey, and Photos, 1952 -1960 - Madison County Communities
Folder 26: Triana, AL Paper - Madison County Communities
Folder 27: History of Walnut Grove Community - Madison County Communities
Folder 28: Walnut Grove, Hazel Green, Skinem, Fisk Towns Photos - Madison County Communities
Folder 29: "The Church Callled Ebenezer" (Hobbs Island Rd.) by Nalls, Francis A. - Madison County Churches
Folder 30: Minutes of the Flint River Baptist (reprinted 1934), 1862 - Madison County Churches
Folder 31: Locust Grove Baptist History, 1976 - Madison County Churches
Folder 32: Madison Cross Roads Presbyterian Church History, by Stancil, Mrs. Carl - Madison County Churches
Folder 33: New Market/ Buckhorn History and Historical Marker, 1989 - Madison County Schools
Folder 34: History of Riverton School Booklet, circa 1973 - Madison County Schools
Folder 35: Deed and Map for Early Madison County Jail - Madison County Jail

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 5: Madison County
Folder 1: Acts Concerning Madison County Courthouse History
Folder 2: Early Madison County Leaders
Folder 3: East Clinton School Play, Madison County, 1955
Folder 4: Extracts Commissioners' Court Minutes, 1821 - 1915 - 1821-1915?
Folder 5: Madison County Story and Prints by Kenney, Allie Norris and Fisk, Sarah Huff
Folder 6: Madison County Public Square Article
Folder 7: Madison County 1804-1817 by Jones, K. P. and Williams Street History by Fisk, Sarah
Folder 8: Madison County Flow Chart, 1967
Folder 9: Huntsville Brochure and Ads, 1980
Folder 10: Bell Factory
Folder 11: Paper on Henry Chase and Chase Nursery Pamphlet, 1939
Folder 12: Draft About the Tennessee Valley by Dupree, Daniel
Folder 13: Madison County Ginners' Report, 1959
Folder 14: Madison County Industrial Potential, 1957
Folder 15: Madison County Report, 1951
Folder 16: Huntsville Newspaper Holdings, HPL
Folder 17: Madison County Property Tax Book, 1928
Folder 18: Judge Taylor's Madison County History
Folder 19: Madison County Local Politicians
Folder 20: Miscellaneous Bibliography Notations

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 6: Civil War in Madison County
Folder 1: Anderson, George T. Diary - copy
Folder 2: Banks, John Taylor Diary Excerpts - copy
Folder 3: "Story of Mary Ann Bickerdyke", by Baker, Nina Brown Excerpt, 1952
Folder 4: Civil War Centennial Commission, 1961
Folder 5: Civil War Continuing Education Class, Frances C. Roberts
Folder 6: Civil War Class, Frances C. Roberts
Folder 7: McCook, Brigadier-General Robert L.
Folder 8: Civil War Report and Newspaper and Book Excerpts
Folder 9: Confederate Reunion Announcement, 1928
Folder 10: Ex-slave Owners' Registration, circa 1893
Folder 11: Shapiro, Norman M. Civil War Article
Folder 12: Correspondence Concerning Yancey, William L.; Turchin; and Streight, 1957 - 1960
Folder 13: Thomson, James Letters - transcriptions and copies
Folder 14: Miscellaneous Civil War Sources
Folder 15: Frances Cabaniss Roberts Notes on Civil War - Huntsville
Folder 16: List of the Madison Guards, 1850 - Stored in fire-proof cabinet

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 7: Madison County Survey, 1968
This survey divided the county into districts, and volunteers attempted to methodically survey old structures and sites related to the county's past. Includes snapshots.
Folder 1: Madison County Survey Members
Folder 2: Gurley Historical Structure Inventory
Folder 3: New Market Area Historical Structure Inventory
Folder 4: Monrovia Letter, 1879
Folder 5: Hazel Green Historical Structure Inventory
Folder 6: Center Hill Historical Structure Inventory
Folder 7: Gabriel Moore House, photos
Folder 8: Three Forks Communities Historical Structure Inventory
Folder 9: Huntsville Historical Structure Inventory Instructions, photos
Folder 10: Meridianville Communities Historical Structure Inventory
Folder 11: Holly Tree Area Cemetery
Folder 12: Ardmore Historical Structure Inventory and Letters
Folder 13: Farley Area Historical Structure Inventory and Notes, photos
Folder 14: Madison County Survey Master Map

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 8A: James Record Collection
James Record served as Madison County Commissioner from many years. He was extremely proud of his county and its accomplishments and completed two books on Madison County history. This box of his miscellaneous material related to the preparation of the Sesquicentennial Celebration was given to Dr. Roberts. These boxes also include material used in writing his books.
Folder 1: Record, James Miscellaneous Material
Folder 2: Marshall Space Flight Center Advisory Committee
Folder 3: Mexican War Muster Roll and Civil War Accounts, 1862 - 1884
Folder 4: List of Huntsville Industries, 1968
Folder 5: U. S. Army Missile Command Information - Large items moved to Flat File, drawer 5
Folder 6: Correspondence with Philanthropic Agencies, 1968 - 1971
Folder 7: U. S. Army Advisory Committee
Folder 8: Record, James Miscellaneous Query Replies
Folder 9: Huntsville Social Groups Information, circa 1960s
Folder 10: Huntsville Military Organizations Information
Folder 11: Record, James Miscellaneous Requests
Folder 12: Hobby Organizations Information
Folder 13: Early Huntsville History
Folder 14: Reuben Chapman Plat Map
Folder 15: Sesquicentennial Naming Contest Cards
Folder 16: Sesquicentennial Committee Documents & Newspaper, 1955
Folder 17: Sesquicentennial Pageant Plans
Folder 18: Sesquicentennial Business Replies
Folder 19: Sesquicentennial Contest
Folder 20: Huntsville Military Groups Information

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 8B: James Record Collection continued
Includes much of the material used in his books, A Dream Come True, Vol. I and 2.
Folder 1: Huntsville Greek Societies
Folder 2: Huntsville Greek Society Alumni
Folder 3: Huntsville Garden Clubs
Folder 4: Huntsville Fraternal Organizations
Folder 5: Huntsville Organizations
Folder 6: Redstone Arsenal U. S. Army Missile & Munitions School
Folder 7: Outline for Sesquicentennial Play
Folder 8: Huntsville Transportation
Folder 9: Madison County Bicentennial Committee
Folder 10: Huntsville School Centenniel Celebration Materials Correspondence, 1980
Folder 11: County Government Organization
Folder 12: Judicial Summaries and Governor Votes
Folder 13: James Record Testimonial Dinner Brochure, 1968

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 8C: James Record Collection continued
Folder 1: Huntsville Churches List
Folder 2: Huntsville Sesquicentennial Newspaper Clippings, 1955
Folder 3: Record, James Miscellaneous Queries and Replies
Folder 4: Woman "Sheriff" Information
Folder 5: List of Huntsville Practicing Professionals
Folder 6: Huntsville Banks
Folder 7: Huntsville Businesses
Folder 8: Record, James Correspondence and Notes
Folder 9: Record, James Correspondence and Notes
Folder 10: Record, James Correspondence and Notes

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 9: Microfilm used for Dr. Roberts' research - NOT SCANNED
Includes Steele estate, 1828-1866; Fackler Papers; Alabama Agricultural and Industrial census, 1850, 1860; 3 unidentified from Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH); Freeman Letters and Census, 1808-1807; 4 unidentified; 5 rolls Sect. of War, Indian Affairs, 1804-1809.

Series 4, Subseries B, Box 10: Surveyor Thomas Freeman Correspondence (1792-1815) and (later) Historical Maps
Located in Drawer 5 of Flat Files, Van Valkenburg Collection cabinet.
Folder 1: T. Freeman Correspondence from National Archives, Record Group 56
Folder 2: T. Freeman Correspondence from National Archives, Record Group 59
Folder 3: U. S. Maps by Israel Andrews, 1852-1853
Item 1: Railroads of Eastern U. S. Map - Located in Van Valkenburgh Flat Drawer No. 5
Item 2: Basin of St. Lawrence Seaway Map, 1853 - Located in Van Valkenburgh Flat Drawer No. 5
Item 3: Eastern Portion of British North America, New England, 1853 - Located in Van Valkenburgh Flat Drawer No. 5
Item 4: Straits of Florida and Gulf od Mexico Map, 1852 - Located in Van Valkenburgh Flat Drawer No. 5
Folder 4: Historical Maps, Huntsville, Alabama and Georgia
Item 1: Huntsville Map with Key to Historic Sites, circa 1937
Item 2: Huntsville Map, 1861-1862
Item 3: Madison County Map, Henderson National Bank, circa 1900
Item 4: Alabama Stage Roads and Steamboat Routes Map, 1846
Item 5: Alabama and Georgia Map, circa 1830

Series 4, Subseries C: Alabama

Series 4, Subseries C, Box 1: Alabama Towns and Counties
Folder 1: Spirit of the South Pageant Book, 1926
Folder 2: "Personal Income in Alabama Counties Since 1939", 1958
Folder 3: General Forrest and Selma, Marion, and Memphis Railroad Company, by Jay, John C.
Folder 4: Montgomery and West Point Railroad Booklet "A Time of Adversity" by Bowie, Marshall, 1961
Folder 5: "Auburn Starts a 2nd Century" Booklet by Edwards, Charles, 1958
Folder 6: Black Schools Conference, 1969
Folder 7: University of West Alabama, Society of the Golden Key Correspondence, 1997
Folder 8: Athens College List of Rare Books, 1983
Folder 9: Education in Alabama Pamphlet, Black Education
Folder 10: University of Alabama Sesquicentennial Symposium, 1981
Folder 11: Sesquicentennial Booklet, 1969
Folder 12: Alabama, Miscellaneous Research for Text Book
Folder 13: Lauderdale County Correspondence, 1960 - 1961
Folder 14: Dallas County and Cahaba Historical Commission Various Correspondence, 1960 - 1963
Folder 15: Cahaba Booklets and Correspondence, 1967 - 1981
Folder 16: "The Decatur Story" by Shelton, Barrett, 1949
Folder 17: Demopolis Brochure (1 of 2)
Folder 18: Demopolis, Sumter County Economic Profile (2 of 2)
Folder 19: Gainesville Alabama Tour Guide Booklet
Folder 20: Gainesville, St. Albans Church
Folder 21: Hueytown Alabama History, 1960
Folder 22: "Yesterday in Loachapoka and Communities Nearby" Excerpt
Folder 23: Mobile Pheonix Fire Company Booklet
Folder 24: Oak Ridge Booklet, 1977
Folder 25: Russellville History
Folder 26: Robert Thomas Scott House Marker Proposal
Folder 27: Stevenson Depot Buildings Information
Folder 28: Valhermoso Springs Booklet
Folder 29: "A Future for Piedmont" Essay and Piedmont Project Notes
Folder 30: Eufaula editorial, 1934

Series 4, Subseries C, Box 2: Alabama History
Folder 1: Alabama Acts Regarding Huntsville, 1811(?) - 1915(?)
Folder 2: Alabama Department of Archives and History Publications List
Folder 3: Alabama Department of Archives and History Bulletin #1, 1904
Folder 4: Alabama Archaeology, University of Alabama Extension News Bulletin, 1963
Folder 5: "Birth of Alabama", Collection of Essays
Folder 6: "Alabama's Covered Bridges" Pamphlet by the Alabama Historical Commission, circa 1969
Folder 7: "Memorial Bridges in Alabama" Essay
Folder 8: News Letter by the Alabama Civil War Centenniel Commission, 1963
Folder 9: Civil War Sites Pamphlet by the Alabama Civil War Centenniel Commission, 1961
Folder 10: Department of Examiners of Public Accounts Document, 1979
Folder 11: Genealogy - Jackson Family, picture (Restricted Access)
Folder 12: Booklet on Alabama County Historical Markers and Locations
Folder 13: Indians , Cherokee Agency Correspondence - copies
Folder 14: Indian Treaties and Reports
Folder 15: Indians, William Weatherford and the Creek Wars paper
Folder 16: "J. H. Johnson" Article by Elbert Watson
Folder 17: "Manual for Writing Alabama History" by Atkins, Leah, 1976
Folder 18: Miscellaneous Alabama Maps
Folder 19: "National Register" Sites Booklet by Alabama Historical Commission, 1974
Folder 20: Alabama Newspapers List, 1970
Folder 21: "The Young Democrat" Newspaper, 1970
Folder 22: "River-Rich Alabama" Assembly Materials, circa 1961
Folder 23: Jackson's Route, 1935 letter - copy

Series 4, Subseries C, Box 3: Southern States History
Folder 1: Decatur County Officials List - Alabama Counties
Folder 2: "The DeKalb Legend" Booklet, 1974 - Alabama Counties
Folder 3: Greene County, Alabama Map, 1938 - Alabama Counties
Folder 4: Jackson County, Alabama History - Alabama Counties
Folder 5: Blowing Wind Cave in Jackson County, Alabama, "Spelean History" Booklet, 1980 - Alabama Counties
Folder 6: Bowman, Paddy Thesis on Scottsboro, Jackson County, Alabama, circa 1984 - Alabama Counties
Folder 7: Lawrence County, Alabama 1820 Census Booklet, 1977 - Alabama Counties
Folder 8: Early Limestone County, Alabama History - Alabama Counties
Folder 9: "Sims Settlement" History by Dixon, Ruth and Priest, Bob, Limestone County, Alabama, 1989 - Alabama Counties
Folder 10: Pike County, Alabama Ledger Extracts, prepared by Farmer, Margaret, 1969 - Alabama Counties
Folder 11: "Battle of Horseshoe Bend in Tallapoosa County, Alabama,"1955 - Alabama Counties
Folder 12: North Alabama Bar Meetings, 1868 - Miscellaneous Alabama
Folder 13: North Alabama and Central Tennessee Map - Miscellaneous Alabama
Folder 14: "America's First Frontier Railroad" Paper by McCanless, George F., Jr - Miscellaneous Alabama
Folder 15: North Alabama Paleo Indians Article in "Tennessee Archaelogist," by Mahan, E.C., 1954 - Miscellaneous Alabama
Folder 16: North Alabama Secession Crisis Paper by Thornton, J. Mills III - Miscellaneous Alabama
Folder 17: North Alabamians Gone to Texas Records - Miscellaneous Alabama
Folder 18: "Shorter College for Young Ladies" Catalog, 1896-1897 - Southern States
Folder 19: Tennessee Valley Authority Annual Report, 1974 - Southern States
Folder 20: "Kentucky Ancestors," vol. 6, no. 1, 1970 - Southern States
Folder 21: Mississippi Territory Paper on Return Jonathon Meigs by Burnes, James H. - Southern States
Folder 22: Booklet on Natchez District, Mississippi, 1963 - Southern States
Folder 23: Guide for Edenton, NC, Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, and Photos - Southern States
Folder 24: Charleston, South Carolina Tract Society Pamphlet, 1864 - Southern States
Folder 25: Nashville, Tennessee, "The Open Door" by Nelson, John M. - Southern States
Folder 26: Tennessee Taylor Family Paper by McCanless, Geroge F., Jr. - Southern States
Folder 27: NO SUCH FOLDER (Same as Folder 19)
Folder 28: Tennessee River Notes and Records - Southern States
Folder 29: Sewanee, Tennessee Summer Music Center Brochure, 1970 - Southern States
Folder 30: Claiborne, Tennessee Book by Holt, Edgar A. - Southern States
Folder 31: Traveller's Rest Nashville, Tennessee Booklet, - Southern States
Folder 32: Tennessee , "Lost State of Franklin" Appendix B by Williams, Samuel Cole - Southern States

Series 4, Subseries C, Box 4: Southern States and History
Folder 1: Virginia, "The Legend of Smith & Monday's Mine" by Daugherty, A.H.
Folder 2: Virginia, Fitzpatrick Genealogy
Folder 3: "A Future for Virginia's Past" by the Virginia Department of Historical Resources, 1988
Folder 4: Civil War, "Confederate Veteran" Newspaper, 1894
Folder 5: Civil War, "Confederate Veteran" Newspaper, 1923
Folder 6: Civil War, "Confederate Veteran" Newspaper, 1923
Folder 7: Cotton Company Records Booklet by Smith, Robert S., 1961
Folder 8: Two Booklets on German Immigration, by Wilk, Gerard then Sheftall, John McKay
Folder 9: "New Governments West of the Alleghanies" Essay by Alden, George Henry
Folder 10: Indians, Southern Heritage Foundation Founder Correspondence; "Cherokees of the Old South" Booklet by Malone, Henry Thompson, 1956
Folder 11: Indians, "Cherokees of the Old South" Booklet by Malone, Henry Thompson, 1956 , West of Mississippi Map
Folder 12: Ku Klux Klan Article by Bayne, Allen, 1965
Folder 13: Richard H. Wilde Letters - copies, circa 1840
Folder 14: Tenessee Topographic Maps List, 1976
Folder 15: Maps, Cram's State Outlines
Folder 16: "Life in Rural South" Anthology Compiled and Edited by Dotzheimer, Linda and Sherman, Sandra
Folder 17: "Five Cent Cotton" Booklet About Alabama in the Great Depression, 1982
Folder 18: Record of Southern Books and Other Sources
Folder 19: "The Bicentennial of the Constitution" Booklet and Correspondence, 1987
Folder 20: US "Federal Population Censuses 1790–1890" Catalog, 1979
Folder 21: Fishbein, Meyer H. "The Censuses of Manufacturers: 1810 -1890," Topographical Maps, 1963
Folder 22: Department of Defense Flag Pattern/Blueprint, Fifty Star Union Jack, 1967
Folder 23: "Evolution of the Ordinance of 1787" by Barrett, J.A.

Series 4, Subseries D: Committees and Organizations, State and Local

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 1: State Organizations
Folder 1: Alabama Committee for the Humanities Materials
Folder 2: Alabama Constitutional Anniversary Materials, 1969
Folder 3: Alabama Department Archives and History Materials, 1955 - 1983
Folder 4: Alabama Educational Association Materials
Folder 5: Alabama Ethics Commission
Folder 6: Alabama Historical Association Materials (1 of 6)
Folder 7: Alabama Historical Association Materials (2 of 6) - Quarterly Index
Folder 8: Alabama Historical Association Materials (3 of 6)
Folder 9: Alabama Historical Association Materials (4 of 6)
Folder 10: Alabama Historical Association Materials (5 of 6)
Folder 11: Alabama Historical Association Materials(6 of 6)

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 2: Organizations, State and Local
Quarterly Index
Folder 1: Alabama Historical Commission Materisl
Folder 2: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (1 of 8) - Partially Scanned - Snapshots and slides.
Folder 3: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (2 of 8)
Folder 4: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (3 of 8)
Folder 5: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (4 of 8)
Folder 6: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (5 of 8)
Folder 7: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (6 of 8)
Folder 8: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (7 of 8)
Folder 9: American Association of University Women (AAUW) (8 of 8)
Folder 10: Antiquarian Society Materials
Folder 11: Burritt Memorial Committee and Museum Materials
Folder 12: Burritt Museum Materials
Folder 13: Alabama Chamber of Commerce Bulletin, Community Chest, 1943
Folder 14: Huntsville, Alabama Community Services Directory, 1960
Folder 15: Various Huntsville Class Reunions, pictures

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 3: Constitution Hall Park
Folder 1: Consitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (1 of 10)
Folder 2: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (2 of 10)
Folder 3: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (3 of 10) - Slides
Folder 4: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (4 of 10)
Folder 5: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (5 of 10) - Guide training manual
Folder 6: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (6 of 10) - Press release
Folder 7: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (7 of 10) - Press release
Folder 8: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (8 of 10) - Opening Day
Folder 9: Constitution Hall Park Materials, circa 1970s (9 of 10) - Notebook
Folder 10: Constitution Hall Park Materials (10 of 10)

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 4: Committees and Organizations
Folder 1: Current Affairs Club Names and Addresses
Folder 2: DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Program Manual, 1909
Folder 3: Delta Kappa Gamma Booklets and Materials, 1949 - 1993
Folder 4: Downtown Historical Preservation Materials (1 of 2)
Folder 5: Downtown Historical Preservation Materials (2 of 2)
Folder 6: Educational Summit Materials, 1991
Folder 7: Educational Summit Vision Materials, 2002
Folder 8: Educational Summit Materials, 1992
Folder 9: Girl Scouts of America History, Newspaper Clippings, and Other Materials, 1952 - 1983
Folder 10: Huntsville Arts Council Materials (1 of 2)
Folder 11: Huntsville Arts Council Materials (2 of 2)
Folder 12: Huntsville Astronomical Assocation Observatory Plans

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 5: Committees and Organizations
Folder 1: Huntsville Botanical Garden Proposal and other bookelts, 1985 - 1990s(?)
Folder 2: Huntsville Public Library Friends Correspondence and Brochures, 1957 - 1958
Folder 3: Historic Huntsville Foundation Brochure and Materials, 1974 - 1998
Folder 4: Huntsville Historic Preservation Committee Minutes and Materials, 1972 -1994
Folder 5: Huntsville Historical Society Materials (1 of 5)
Folder 6: Huntsville Historical Society Materials (2 of 5)
Folder 7: Huntsville Historical Society Materials (3 of 5)
Folder 8: Huntsville Historical Society Materials (4 of 5)
Folder 9: Huntsville Historical Society Materials (5 of 5) - FILE MISSING
Folder 10: Monthly Review Federal Reserve Article on Huntsville, Alabama, 1946
Folder 11: Huntsville Historic Review Articles (1 of 4)
Folder 12: Huntsville Historic Review Articles (2 of 4)
Folder 13: Huntsville Historic Review Articles (3 of 4)
Folder 14: Huntsville Historic Review Articles (4 of 4)

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 6: Committees and Organizations
Folder 1: Huntsville Museum of Art Materials
Folder 2: Huntsville Railroad Club Proposal and Materials
Folder 3: Huntsville Symphony Materials, 1957 - 1977 (1 of 2)
Folder 4: Huntsville Symphony Materials, 1956 - 1995 (2 of 2)
Folder 5: North Alabama Historical Association Materials, 1956 - 1961
Folder 6: Piedmont Community Association Booklet, 1964
Folder 7: Huntsville Pilot Club 50th Anniversary Charter and Other Materials, 1986 -1989
Folder 8: Huntsville Historical Zone Proposal Materials, 1962 -1971
Folder 9: Space & Rocket Center Materials, 1989 -1994
Folder 10: Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society Materials (1 of 2)
Folder 11: Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society Materials (2 of 2)
Folder 12: Tennessee Valley Historical Society Materials, 1904 - 1976

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 7: Rotary Club
Sorted and described by Toni Reynolds, including early photos and Henry Chase. Information on each file folder
Folder 1: Huntsville Rotary Club Histories and Materials (1 of 9)
Folder 2: Huntsville Rotary Club Brochures, Programs, and Other Materials (2 of 9)
Folder 3: Huntsville Rotary Club Bulletins, Booklets, and Other Materials (3 of 9)
Folder 4: Huntsville Rotary Club Pamphlets, Newspapers, and Other Materials (4 of 9)
Folder 5: Huntsville Rotary Club Newsletters (5 of 9)
Folder 6: Huntsville Rotary Club Pamphlet, Newspapers, and Other Materials (6 of 9)
Folder 7: Huntsville Rotary Club Lists, Cards, Speech, and Other Materials (7 of 9)
Folder 8: Huntsville Rotary Club, Chase, Henry Homer Materials (8 of 9)
Folder 9: Huntsville Rotary Club Book and Procedure Manual, 1944, 1956 (9 of 9) - "The Huntsville Rotary Club, 1943-1944" and "Rotary International MANUAL OF PROCEDURE" pamphlet No. 35, October 1956.

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 8: Twickenham Preservation (THPD)
Folder 1: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Forms, Newsletters, Photos, and Other Materials (1 of 19)
Folder 2: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Articles and Other Materials (2 of 19)
Folder 3: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Directory and Other Materials (3 of 19)
Folder 4: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Ordinance and Other Materials (4 of 19)
Folder 5: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Newspaper, Booklet, and Other Materials (5 of 19)
Folder 6: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Materials (6 of 19)
Folder 7: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Percy, Tom/Cooper, George Deed and Related Materials (7 of 19)
Folder 8: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Bayer, Linda Photos and Other Materials (8 of 19)
Folder 9: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Booklets and Other Materials (9 of 19)
Folder 10: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Materials (10 of 19)
Folder 11: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Weeden House Materials (11 of 19)
Folder 12: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Materials (12 of 19)
Folder 13: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Huntsville Historical Preservation Committee, Clinton Avenue (13 of 19)
Folder 14: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Materials (14 of 19)
Folder 15: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Maps (15 of 19)
Folder 16: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Article, Photos, and Other Materials (16 of 19)
Folder 17: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Zoning Ordinance Proposal (17 of 19)
Folder 18: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Materials (18 of 19)
Folder 19: Twickenham Preservation (THPD) Brochure and Other Materials (19 of 19)

Series 4, Subseries D, Box 9: Committees and Organizations
Folder 1: United Confederate Veterans Booklets 1905, 1923
Folder 2: Vision 2000 Education Report (1 of 3)
Folder 3: Vision 2000 Education Report (2 of 3)
Folder 4: Vision 2000 Education Report (3 of 3)
Folder 5: Weeden House Auction and Restoration Materials (1 of 3)
Folder 6: Weeden House Museum Report and Other Materials (2 of 3)
Folder 7: Weeden House Preservation Essay and Other Materials (3 of 3)
Folder 8: Miscellaneous Organizations' Materials

Series 5: Roberts Collection - Gainesville, Ala.
Family History. Lucy Cabaniss (sister of Septimus Cabaniss of Huntsville) married Baker Roberts, a merchant, of Gainesville, Alabama, in 1879. Their children were Virginia C. Roberts, Ellen D. Roberts, Richard H. Roberts, and Sarah (Sallie) Lucy Roberts. Of these, only Richard Roberts had descendents. Richard married Mary Watson who taught school and later managed their store. Their children were Edna Roberts who married Clell Bailey; Frances Cabaniss Roberts; and Lucy Roberts. Besides the mercantile business, Mr. Roberts managed various land properties and raised cotton. Apparently, at several times his investments became entwined with the financial difficulties in Huntsville. Later Miss Ellen Roberts moved to Huntsville and lived with her aunt, Fannie Cabaniss, in the house on Randolph Street as did later her niece, Lucy Roberts. This also became the home of Dr. Frances Cabaniss Roberts.

Series 5, Subseries A: Roberts Correspondence

Series 5, Subseries A, Box 1: Roberts Correspondence
Folder 1: To Baker Roberts
Item 1: Dement, J.J. to Roberts, Baker (possibly regarding birth of son)
Item 2: Brother to Roberts, Baker, 1876 - 02 - 02
Item 3: Moss, P. S. to Roberts, Baker, 1877 - 12 - 13
Item 4: Charles M. (brother) to Roberts, Baker (concerning death of wife), 1881 - 06 - 07
Item 5: Smith, A.G. to Roberts, Baker (concerning jury call), 1882 - 01 - 04
Item 6: Snedecor, Lucy (niece) to Roberts, Baker, 1882 - 04 - 02
Item 7: Carrie (niece) to Roberts, Baker, 1885 - 01 - 04
Item 8: Pettus, R.E. to Roberts, Baker, 1887 - 07 - 19
Item 9: Tisdale, J.W. to Roberts, Baker, 1887 - 09 - 19
Item 10: Chambers, S.R.H. to Roberts, Baker, 1888 - 01 - 01
Item 11: Roberts, Richard (son) to Roberts, Baker, 1888 - 10 - 15
Item 12: McLean, Pastor to Roberts, Baker, 1889 - 02 - 16
Item 13: Betts to Roberts, Baker, 1889 - 03 - 03
Item 14: Ledbetter (Company A) to Roberts, Baker, 1889 - 07 - 25
Item 15: Warren, M.B. to Roberts, Baker, 1890 - 02 - 08
Item 16: Cabaniss, J.B. office to Roberts, Baker, 1891 - 09 -24
Item 17: Windham, Lillian M. to Roberts, Baker,1903 - 10 - 22
Item 18: Moss, Julia P. (sister) to Roberts, Baker, 1905 - 01 - 19
Item 19: Moss, Julia P. (sister) to Roberts, Baker, 1905 - 01 - 24
Item 20: Unknown (from Gurley, AL) to Roberts, Baker, 1905 - 02 - 21
Folder 2: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker
Item 1: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker, 1878 - 07 - 18
Item 2: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker, 1884 - 01 - 11
Item 3: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker, 1884 - 01 - 12
Item 4: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker, 1886 - 11 - 26
Item 5: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker (regarding birth of daughter), 1887 - 10 - 25
Item 6: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker, 1887 - 12 -22
Item 7: Cabaniss, Septimus D. to Roberts, Baker, 1889 - 02 - 11
Folder 3: To Ellen Roberts
Item 1: Mamma to Roberts, Ellen, 1896 - 05 - 25
Item 2: Virginia to Roberts, Ellen, 1903 - 12 - 08
Item 3: Roberts, B.L. to Roberts, Ellen, 1910 - 12 - 08
Item 4: Mother to Roberts, Ellen, 1913 - 04 - 25
Item 5: Martin, C. [Charleston SC postcard] to Roberts, Ellen, 1919 - 12 - 22
Item 6: Virginia to Roberts, Ellen, 1919 - 12 - 29
Item 7: Virginia to Roberts, Ellen, 1921 - 09 - 07
Item 8: Virginia to Roberts, Ellen, 1925 - 02 - 20
Item 9: Mama to Roberts, Ellen, 1927 - 06 - 14
Item 10: Mama to Roberts, Ellen, 1927 - 07 - 21
Item 11: Virginia to Roberts, Ellen, 1927 - 12 - 08
Item 12: Mama to Roberts, Ellen, 1927 - 12 - 19
Item 13: Anne F Brumby [telegram] to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 19
Item 14: Miss Theo to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 21
Item 15: Wall, Lillian Raylor to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 23
Item 16: Estill, Alice G___ to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 25
Item 17: Johnson, Elizabeth Pride to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 24
Item 18: Roberts, Virginia C. to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 25
Item 19: Roberts, Virginia C. to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 28
Item 20: Gamble, Elizabeth to Roberts, Ellen, 1937 - 06 - 28
Item 21: Lines, Julian to Roberts, Ellen, 1939 - 11 - 29
Item 22: Baltusnik, Ruth Cabaniss, 1970 - 07 - 22
Item 23: Edna to Roberts, Ellen, undated
Item 24: Louise [Guntersville postcard] to Roberts, Ellen, 192_
Item 25: Esslinger, Mrs. Willian [Invitation to At Home] to Roberts, Miss, undated
Item 26: Sallie to Roberts, Ellen, undated
Folder 4: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy L. (Cabaniss)
Item 1: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1866 - 04 - 26
Item 2: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss),1866 - 10 - 02
Item 3: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1867 - 01 - 20
Item 4: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1867 - 03 - 17
Item 5: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1867 - 04 - 07
Item 6: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1876 - 01 - 27
Item 7: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss),1876 - 08 -18
Item 8: Cabaniss, Charles E. (brother) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1878 - 09 - 29
Folder 5: Cabaniss, Septimus (father) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss)
Item 1: Cabaniss, Septimus (father) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1872 - 01 -25
Item 2: Cabaniss, Septimus (father) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1876 - 10 - 02
Folder 6: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss)
Item 1: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss)), 1878 - 10 - 20
Item 2: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss),1878 - 10 - 27
Item 3: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 04 -15
Item 4: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 04 -24
Item 5: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 06 -25
Item 6: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 18__ - 07 - 05
Item 7: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 07 - 06
Item 8: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 07 - 11
Item 9: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 08 -31
Item 10: Roberts, Baker to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) (now married), 1880 - __ - 30
Item 11: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1881 - __ - 23
Item 12: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1883 - 03 - 27
Item 13: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) - 2 letters, 1883 - 03 - 29
Item 14: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1883 - 04 - 08
Item 15: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1883 - 04 - 10
Item 16: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), March 1, 1885 - 03 - 01
Item 17: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1885 - 03 - 29
Item 18: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1885 - 04 - 08
Item 19: Roberts, Baker (husband) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1887 - 09 - 18
Folder 7: Kate (cousin) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss)
Item 1: Kate (cousin) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 187_ - 03 - 12
Item 2: Kate (cousin) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 187_ - 11 - 25
Folder 8: Miscellaneous Correspondents to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss)
Item 1: Shepherd, L.M. to Cabaniss, Lucy Lee, 1876 - 10 - 15
Item 2: Ellen to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 10 - 16
Item 3: Donegan, Ella to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1879 - 10 - 28
Item 4: Ellen (from Arkansas) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1884 - 01 - 26
Item 5: Amason, Mrs. L. C. [wedding invitation] to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1884
Item 6: Telegram to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) (concerning death of brother Willie), 1890 - 04 - 08
Item 7: Fannie (sister) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) (concerning death of brother Willie)), 1890 - 04 - 11
Item 8: Fannie (sister) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss),1890 - 04 - 27
Item 9: Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. [wedding invitation] to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1905 - 10 -12
Item 10: Bessie Russell to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), 1952 - 05 - __ - Missing
Item 11: Envelope of Dried Flowers Sent to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), October 25, unknown year
Item 12: Fannie (sister) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), August 23, unknown year
Item 13: Fannie (sister) to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss), December 21, unknown year
Folder 9: To Roberts, Mary (Watson) (includes photos)
Item 1: Sumter County Board of Education to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1934 - 10 - 08 - Includes five recommendation letters, 1920
Item 2: Birmingham News to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1940 - 03 - 29
Item 3: Bob Jones University to Roberts, Mary (Watson),1947 - 11 - 20
Item 4: Russell, Bessie to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1952 - 05 - 17
Item 5: Frances (daughter) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1954 - 01 - 11
Item 6: Frances (daughter) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1954 - 03 - 15
Item 7: Ernest (brother, from Akron, Ohio) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1956 - 03 - 22
Item 8: Lemon, Lillian and David to Roberts, Mary (Watson),1956 - 05 - 09
Item 9: Frances (daughter) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1956 - 05 - 31
Item 10: Edmond, Mrs. W. O. "Emma" to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1956 - 06 - 13
Item 11: Frances (daughter) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1957 - 01 - 08
Item 12: Jessie (from Bessemer, Alabama) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1960 - 03 - 16
Item 13: Little, Bert and Bill to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1960 - 03 - 17
Item 14: The Jordans to Roberts, Mary (Watson), 1970 - 12 - 12
Item 15: _____, Eva to Roberts, Mary (Watson), undated
Item 16: Frances (daughter) to Roberts, Mary (Watson), undated
Item 17: Frances [get well card] to Roberts, Mary (Watson), undated
Item 19: Edna to Roberts, Mary (Watson), June 12, unknown year
Item 20: Hall to Roberts, Mary (Watson), June 12, unknown year
Item 21: Miscellaneous Pictures (6), undated - Not yet scanned.
Folder 10: To Roberts, Richard
Item 1: Roberts, Baker L. (father) to Roberts, Richard,1887 - 09 - 18
Item 2: Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) (mother) to Roberts, Richard, 1899 - 11 - 09
Item 3: ______, Woodrow (USC office) to Roberts, Richard, circa 1961
Folder 11: To Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss
Item 1: "Grandpa" (probably Cabaniss, Septimus D.) To Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1887 - 01 - 31
Item 2: Cabaniss, Willie (probably uncle) to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1888 - 01 - 19
Item 3: Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) (mother) to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1911 - 08 - 1_
Item 4: Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) (mother) To Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1914 - 10 - 15
Item 5: ______, Nancy to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1915 - 01 - 05
Item 6: _______, Annie [telegram] to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1937 - 06 - 19
Item 7: Steele, Mrs. E. T. [telegram] to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1937 - 06 - 19
Item 8: de Steele, Courtney to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1937 - 06 - 22
Item 9: Nichols, Mattie to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss, 1937 - 06 - 24
Item 10: Gambles, Cary to Roberts, Virginia Cabaniss,1937 - 06 - 25
Item 11: Weekly Prayer Card, undated
Folder 12: Virginia, Elsie to Roberts, Sarah "Sallie" Lucy, 1915 - 07 - 28
Folder 13: Roberts, Mrs. S. B. Funeral Announcement - Includes black arm band.
Folder 14: Miscellaneous Correspondence
Item 1: Edna to _____, Jack, 1926 - 07 - 28
Item 2: Roberts, Ellen D. to _____, Ed, 1937 - 07 - 05
Folder 15: Miscellaneous Roberts Items
Item 1: Unknown to Jessie [letter], 1899 - 10 - 03
Item 2: Roberts, Baker L. Notebook, circa 1910s
Item 3: Roberts, Ellen, Certificate of Voter Registration, 1885 - 03 - 09
Item 4: Edwards, Zeek to Roberts, R. H. [spoof letter], 1955 - 12 - 2
Item 5: Roberts, Ellen to Chiles, Ira N.,1939 - 10 -20
Item 6: Henderson, Kate (maid) Death Certificate, 1966 - 02 - 28
Item 7: Roberts, Ellen Obituary, 1969
Item 8: Genealogical Note
Item 9: Roberts, Miss Ellen Douglass Card, undated
Item 10: Little/Ellis Genealogy, undated
Folder 16: Roberts property/taxes/financial papers
Item 1: Reaves Estate Settlement, 1874 - 05 - 15
Item 2: James Stephens Estate, 1878 - 01 - 09
Item 3: Somerville Property Purchase and Deed, 1880 - 01 - 24
Item 4: Promissory Note for the Purchase of "Wright Place," 1880 - 02 - 08
Item 5: Property Transfer from Roberts, Baker L. to Roberts, Lucy Lee (Cabaniss) - draft , August 1880 - 08 -
Item 6: Roberts, Baker L. and Lucy L., Greene Co, AL Property Promissory Note, 1881 - 02 - 22
Item 7: Legal Response to Roberts, Baker L. (from Selma, AL), 1881 - 11 - 25
Item 8: Sumter County Tax Receipts (4), 1882 - 02 - 14
Item 9: Ed Warren Plantation Issue, 1882 - 01 - 04
Item 10: Snedecor Receipt for Roberts, Baker L. Payment,1882 - 01 - 04
Item 11: Property Transfer to Christian, Elizabeth, 1882 - 02 - 13
Item 12: Roberts, Baker L. Loan from Massey, Adella - 2 copies, 1882 - 05 - 10
Item 13: Roberts, Baker L. Loan from Jones, S.T., 1882 - 12 - 01
Item 14: Roberts, Baker L. Correspondence Concerning Reavis Property, 1882 - 09 - 15
Item 15: Roberts, Baker L. Land Purchase from Wilson, W.H., 1883 - 01 - 03
Item 16: Warren Land Description by DeLoach, W.R.,1883 - 01 - 19
Item 17: Warren, J.A. to Roberts, Baker L., Property Offer, 1883 - 04 - 22
Item 18: Warren Property Purchase Plans, 1883 - 04 - 27
Item 19: Conveyance of Bliss (deceased) Property, 1883 - 05 - 19
Item 20: Roberts, Baker L. Loan from Massey, Adella, 1884 - 01 - 15
Item 21: Reavis, S.M. Property Redemption,1884 - 02 - 28
Item 22: Roberts, Baker L. Insurance Policy, 1884 - 09 - 14
Item 23: Roberts, Baker L. Loan from Parham, Mrs Lena T., 1884 - 11 - 3
Item 24: Roberts, Baker L. Mortgage to Saunders, Mrs A.M, 1885 - 01 - 05
Item 25: 1885 Tax Assessment, 1885 - 03 - 17
Item 26: Roberts, Baker L. Mortgage to Speight, Abram, 1886 - 01 - 08
Item 27: Roberts, Baker L. Mortgage to Speight, Abram, 1886 - 01 - 08
Item 28: Roberts, Baker L. Loan to Coleman, Eliza, April 3, 1886 - 04 - 03
Item 29: Roberts, Baker L. Loan to Dew, Toney, 1887 - 02 - 23
Item 30: Tax Assessment of "Stephens Place" (2), 1887 - 03 - 06
Item 31: Tax Assessment of "Wright Place," 1887 - 03 - 18
Item 32: Tax Assessment Truman Hutton, 1888 - 02 - 02
Item 33: Estate of John B, Lanford, 1889 - 01 - 15
Item 34: Chapman, Reuben to Roberts, Baker L. (regarding Lanford Estate), 1889 - 02 - 11
Item 35: Tax Assessment (paid) of Colonel Childers, 1889 - 02 - __
Item 36: Tom Scott Tax Deed, 1899 - 04 - 12
Item 37: R. C. Derby Correspondence, 1920 - 01 - 02
Item 38: R. C. Derby Correspondence, 1920 - 01 - 10
Item 39: Roberts, Baker L. Pension Information, 1920 - 01 - 21
Item 40: Texas Investment, 1920 - 02 - 11
Item 41: Roberts Life Insurance, 1920 - 05 - 12
Item 42: Dividend Notice, 1920 - 04 - 02
Item 43: Letter of Admin (death of Roberts, Baker L.), 1921 - 05 - 27
Item 44: McConnell, Marcus E. Jr. to Bailey Edna (letter regarding Sumter County Property), 1970 - 08 - 06
Item 45: McConnell, Marcus E. to Frances and Edna (letter regarding probation of Mrs. Roberts will),1970 - 12 - 4
Item 46: Roberts, Ellen D. Mortgage to Woodard, Mrs. Mayme G.,1940 - 01 - 24
Folder 17: Roberts Mementos
Folder 18: Partial Papers - Box is Missing.

Series 5, Subseries A, Box 2: Gainesville AL
Folder 1: Gainesville History Materials, photos, 1956 - 2000
Folder 2: Gainesville Newspaper Clippings, 1977
Folder 3: "Old Gainesville 1832–1875" Paper by Holt, Thad, 1876 -1955
Folder 4: Alda Mae Speith Hall Dedication Materials, 1969
Folder 5: St. Alban's Church Communications (1 of 2)
Folder 6: St. Alban's Church Communications (2 of 2)
Folder 7: St. Alban's Lay Papers, 1856
Folder 8: St. Alban's Church Records, 1865-1870
Folder 9: St. James Episcopal Church (in Livingston, Alabama) History Booklet
Folder 10: Mary Watson School Roll Book, 1910
Folder 11: Gainesville Photos
Folder 12: Roberts, Frances C. Gainesville History Paper, undated

Series 5, Subseries A, Box 3: Roberts - Business Papers (unsorted)
Folder 1: Roberts, Baker L. Cotton Accounts, Receipts, and Correspondence, 1879 - 1889 - Business Papers [unsorted]
Folder 2: Roberts, Baker L. Receipts, Correspondence, and Other, 1879 - 1889 - Business Papers [unsorted]
Folder 3: Roberts, Baker L. Lists, Correspondence, and Other, 1879 - 1889 - Business Papers [unsorted]
Folder 4: Roberts, Baker L. Bills, Accounts, and Other, 1898 - 1905 - Business Papers [unsorted]
Folder 5: Roberts, Baker L. Accounts, Correspondence, and Other, 1879 - 1916 - Business Papers [unsorted]
Folder 6: Roberts, Baker L. Checks, 1911 - Business Papers [unsorted]
Folder 7: Roberts,, Baker L. Cotton Reports, Invoices, and Other, 1881 - 1889 - Business Papers [unsorted]

Series 5, Subseries A, Box 4: Roberts (Gainesville) - Account and Memorandum Books

Series 6: Pettus/Spraggins Collection
This small collection was an example of a local family giving their collected papers to Dr. Roberts knowing that she would be interested in them, and they would be appreciated. These notes and letters of the WWI era reflect a more simple time during the teen and late teenage years of Ruth Elizabeth Pettus, daughter of merchant R.E. Pettus. Ruth married William E. Spragins in 1949. They had no children.

Series 6, Box 1: Pettus Family
Folder 1: Pettus, Ruth E. Personal Letters, Marriage Certificate, 1918 - 1949
Folder 2: Pettus, Ruth E. School Mementos, Piano Lessons, 1914 - 1935
Folder 3: Wright, Hannah McCool [letter] to Alice Pettus, 1931
Folder 4: Pettus Photos, developed in 1956
Folder 5: Judson College Miscellaneous, 1912 - 1927
Folder 6: Pettus, David Walker (ancestor), 1805
Folder 7: Pettus Genealogy Miscellaneous
Folder 8: Gunn Family Genealogy
Folder 9: Pettus, Edmond Winston Death Address [by Mr. Johnson], 1908
Folder 10: Colcock, Charles J. to Pettus, Richard E. (genealogy correspondence), 1905 - 1927
Folder 11: Elliott, G.S. to Pettus, Richard E. (genealogy correspondence), 1928
Folder 12: Pettus, Richard E. Information and Correspondence, 1911 - 1929
Folder 13: Pettus, Ruth E. Genealogy Correspondence, 1938 - 1942

Series 6, Box 2: Pettus Scrapbooks
Item 1: Pettus, Ruth E. Scrapbook, Judson College, Material from 1911 - 1916
Item 2: Pettus, Herbert E. Bound Scrapbook, Material from 1902 - 1911
Item 3: Pettus Correspondence, circa 1916

Series 7: TARCOG (Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments) (1973)
These are the original documents and snapshots prepared for Madison County's section of the publication of A Guide to Research Material Available for a Historical Survey of the TARCOG Region. (DeKalb, Jackson, Limestone, Marshall, and Madison Counties.) Madison County was divided by sections and information submitted on a standardized form attempting to locate and assess sites of historical and architectural importance. Dr. Roberts coordinated the local volunteers in this county-wide effort, and UAH is the official repository for this material. Also included is an edition of the results - TARCOG Regional Parks and Open Space Plan.

Series 7, Box 1: Historical Site Surveys by Counties
Preliminary material related to all counties (1/3)
Folder 1: Madison County Historical Site Survey, Preliminary Work
Folder 2: Historical Architectural Survey of North Alabama Counties
Folder 3: DeKalb County Historical Site Survey
Folder 4: TARCOG Historical Inventory Workshop Materials, 1973 (1 of 2)
Folder 5: TARCOG Historical Inventory Workshop Materials, 1973 (2 of 2)
Folder 6: Marshall County Historical Site Survey
Folder 7: Limestone County Historical Site Survey
Folder 8: Jackson County Historical Site Survey
Folder 9: Madison County, National Register, Maps, Photos

Series 7, Box 2: TARCOG (Top of Alabama Regional Council Of Governments)
Preliminary material related to all counties (2/3)
Folder 1: TARCOG Economic Atlas, October 1972
Folder 2: Dekalb County Historical Site Survey
Folder 3: Jackson County Historical Site Survey
Folder 4: Madison County Historical Site Survey
Folder 5: Limestone County Historical Site Survey
Folder 6: Marshall County Historical Site Survey
Folder 7: Historical Survey Preliminary Documents
Folder 8: Alabama Land Maps
Folder 9: Publications and Brochures
Folder 10: Historical Site Survey Correspondence / Official Documents
Folder 11: Surveys and Forms

Series 7, Box 3: TARCOG
Preliminary material related to all counties (3/3)
Folder 1: Dekalb County, Alabama Map and Aerial Photograph Identification
Folder 2: "Jackson County, Alabama Records" Report by Sumner, Christine P., volume 2, 1972
Folder 3: "A Historical Survey of the TARCOG Region" Intern Report by Hendricks, John S., 1973
Folder 4: "Historic Places in Central Alabama, A Preliminary Inventory," 1973

Series 7, Box 4: Completed files for all counties as presented (1 of 3)
Item 1: Quietdale, built circa 1854 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #17, 401 Quietdale Dr. NE, Huntsville
Item 2: Steele House, built circa 1840 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #18, 808 Maysville Road, Huntsville
Item 3: Oaklawn, built circa 1845 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #19, 2709 Meridian St. N, Huntsville
Item 4: Phelps-Jones House - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #20, Pulaski Pike, Huntsville
Item 5: Steele-Gaines House, modified circa 1903 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #21, 519 Randolph Ave. SE, Huntsville
Item 6: Strong-Rutledge House, built circa 1836 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #22, 103 Cedarama Dr. NW, Huntsville
Item 7: Withers-Chapman House, probably built circa 1835 - 1840 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #23, 2409 Gabory Lane NE, Huntsville
Item 8: Governor Gabriel Moore House, circa 1820 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #24, Sec. 6, T3, R1W
Item 9: Countess [John Ford] House, built circa 1822 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #25, Sec. 32, T2, R1E
Item 10: Jude Place - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #26, 2132 Winchester Rd., Huntsville
Item 11: Church of the Visitation - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #27, 222 North Jefferson St., Huntsville
Item 12: Dickson-Walker House - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #28, 202 Lincoln St., Huntsville
Item 13: Dill-Rice House, built circa 1835 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #29, 118 Calhoun St. NE, Huntsville
Item 14: Dryer House, probably built circa 1840 - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #30, 111 Calhoun St. NE, Huntsville
Item 15: Kildare - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #31, 2005 Kildare St. NW, Huntsville
Item 16: Mastin Lake Church of Christ - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #32, NW Corner Memorial Pkwy & Mastin Lake Rd.
Item 17: Rand House, probably built early 1900s - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #33, 514 Holmes Ave. NE, Huntsville
Item 18: Suggs House - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #34, 506 Holmes Ave., Huntsville
Item 19: Temple B'nai Sholam - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #35, 103 Lincoln St., Huntsville
Item 20: Country Cottage - Madison Co. - Huntsville Site #36, 2612 Winchester Road
Item 21: Laxon House - Madison Co. - New Market Site #1, Sec. 32, T1S, R2E
Item 22: Baker Log House, probably built mid 1800s - Madison Co. - New Market Site #2, Sec. 28, T2S, R2E
Item 23: Fanning Place - Madison Co. - New Market Site #3, Fannings Crossings
Item 24: Hickory Grove Church - Madison Co. - New Market Site #4, Sec. 2, T2S, R2E
Item 25: Whitman-Cobb House - Madison Co. - New Market Site #5, Sec. 32, t1, R1E, New Market
Item 26: Bennett House, probably built late 1800s - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #1, Gurley, Alabama
Item 27: Elliott House, circa 1920s - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #2, Gurley, Alabama
Item 28: Graham House, circa 1905 - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #3, Gurley, Alabama
Item 29: Hall-Bogenshott House, built 1917 - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #4, 1 mile from Gurley
Item 30: Hall Hotel - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #5, Gurley, Alabama
Item 31: Henry Smith House - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #6, Gurley, Alabama
Item 32: Laughinghouse Place - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #7, Gurley, Alabama
Item 33: Lawler House, built in 1874 - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #8, Gurley, Alabama
Item 34: Massengill House, probably built in mid to late 1800s - Madison Co. - Gurley Site #9, Gurley, Alabama
Item 35: Otey House [Greenlawn], built circa 1850 - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #1, Sec. 30, T2, R1E
Item 36: McCrary House - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #2, Sec. 25, T2, R1E
Item 37: Cabaniss-Carriger House, built circa 1812 - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #3, Off Mulberry Road
Item 38: Fraternal Building - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #4, Bottoms Road
Item 39: Gabled Victorian House, probably built late 1800s - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #5, Hazel Green, Alabama
Item 40: Humphrey-Darwin House - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #6, Sec. 22, T2, R1E
Item 41: McCown House, probably built early 1800s - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #7, Hazel Green, Alabama
Item 42: Tenant House - Madison Co. - Meridianville Site #8, On Bobo Section Road
Item 43: Bass-Voekel House - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #1, Sec. 10, T3, R1E
Item 44: Bone-Wilbourn House, built circa 1825 - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #2, Sec. 10, T3S, R2
Item 45: Ford Home [Kelly Place], probably built circa 1838 - 1840 - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #3, Sec. 13, T3, R1E
Item 46: Sisco House [Laughinghouse Place], built circa 1830 - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #4, Sec. 6, T3, R2E
Item 47: Allison-Hewlett House - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #5, Winchester Road
Item 48: Moontown Road Log House - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #6, Moontown Road
Item 49: Steger-Nance House - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #7, Sec. 16, T2, R2E, Maysville
Item 50: Sublett Log House - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #8, end of Moontown Road
Item 51: Virginia Clay Clopton House, - Madison Co. - Maysville Site #9, U. S. Highway 72
Item 52: Albertville Train Depot, built 1892 - Marshall Co. - Site #1, E. Main St. & Railroad tracks, Albertville, Alabama
Item 53: Brown's Village - Marshall Co. - Site #2, T9S, R2E, County Rd. 25
Item 54: Cherokee Fort - Marshall Co. - Site #3, T7S, R3E, Beard's Bluff
Item 55: Clack's Tavern - Marshall Co. - Site #4, Sec. 11, T8S, R1E
Item 56: Cornsilk's Village - Marshall Co. - Site #5, T8S, R3W, area of Warrenton
Item 57: Coste - Marshall Co. - Site #6, Pine Island, Tennessee River
Item 58: Creek Path Mission Site, establiished 1920 - Marshall Co. - Site #7, T8S, R3E, 3 miles SE Guntersville
Item 59: Creek Path Town - Marshall Co. - Site #8, E. Bank Brown's Creek
Item 60: Desoto Trail Route - Marshall Co. - Site #9, NE part of Marshall County
Item 61: Fort Deposit Site - Marshall Co. - Site #10, T7S, R3E
Item 62: Centersville Bluff - Marshall Co. - Site #11, S35, T7S, R3E
Item 63: Indian Lodge House - Marshall Co. - Site #12, T7S, R5E
Item 64: Jackson's Trail Site - Marshall Co. - Site #13, T7S, R3E
Item 65: Kelley House, probably built circa 1857 - Marshall Co. - Site #14, Sec. 33, T8S, R3E
Item 66: Kirby House - Marshall Co. - Site #15, State Route 67, Kirbytown
Item 67: Masonic Hall and Church - Marshall Co. - Site #16, Sec. 21, T6S, R5E
Item 68: Old Log Cabin, built circa 1845 - Marshall Co. - Site #17, NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of MW 1/2-S6, T7S, R5E
Item 69: Culbert House - Marshall Co. - Site #18, Sec. 26, T6S, R4E
Item 70: [Dr.] May's Old Home Place - Marshall Co. - Site #19, On Langston Rd. - T6S, R5E
Item 71: Melton's Village, established circa 1813 - Marshall Co. - Site #20, T7S, R4E, North part Guntersville S. Park
Item 72: Liberty Hill Elementary School - Marshall Co. - Site #21, Sec. 8, T9S, R3E
Item 73: Nobles Home Site - Marshall Co. - Site #22, T9S, R2E - on County Road 25
Item 74: Old County Jail, built in 1890 - Marshall Co. - Site #23, 673 Blount Ave., Guntersville
Item 75: Gilbreath Home, built in 1850s - Marshall Co. - Site #24, 353 Blout Ave., Guntersville
Item 76: Gunter's Village - Marshall Co. - Site #25, T7S, R3E - North Guntersville
Item 77: Municipal Building - Marshall Co. - Site #26, Gunter Ave., Guntersville
Item 78: Nichols Home - Marshall Co. - Site #27, 323 Hill Ave., Guntersville
Item 79: Tali - Marshall Co. - Site #28, on McKee's Island
Item 80: Lusk Building, built in 1895 - Marshall Co. - Site #29, 452 Gunter Ave., Guntersville
Item 81: Dr. P. B. Lusk Home - Marshall Co. - Site #30, NW corner, Gunter Ave., Brown St.
Item 82: A. G. Henry House (Henry-Graden-Smith), built circa 1887 - 308 Blount Ave., Guntersville
Item 83: Bank of Guntersville - Marshall Co. - Site #32, T8S, R3S, Gunter Ave., Guntersville
Item 84: Guntersville Ferry - Marshall Co. - Site #33, T7S, R3E
Item 85: Jordan Home, built circa 1875 - Marshall Co. - Site #34, Blount Ave. & Scott St., Guntersville
Item 86: Snellgrove Home, built in 1900 - Marshall Co. - Site #35, on McKee's Island, 515 Mann Ave., Boaz
Item 87: Boaz Academy Site, built in 1898 - Marshall Co. - Site #36, 200 Block, W. College St., Boaz
Item 88: Parches Cove - Marshall Co. - Site #37, SW 1/4 of S36, T6S, R2E
Item 89: WASSAS - Marshall Co. - Site #38, T9S, R2E - On Brown's Creek

Series 7, Box 5: TARCOG Data and Final Reports, Limestone & DeKalb Counties
Completed files for all counties as presented (2/3)
Item 1: Bridgeforth [Smith] Place - Limestone Co. - "Beulah Land," New Garden Community
Item 2: Church on Browns Ferry Road - Limestone Co.
Item 3: Mason House, built circa 1826 - Limestone Co. - Beaty
Item 4: Founders' Hall [ Athens State College, founded in 1822], built in 1842 - Limestone Co.
Item 5: John Girault/Gamble Home, built in 1830s - Limestone Co. - Tanner
Item 6: E. P. Garrett House "The Cedars," built in 1859 - Limestone Co.
Item 7: Westmoreland House, Jones, Coman - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 8: Rowe Home, Matthews, built circa 1830 - Limestone Co. - Tanner
Item 9: Pettus House, likely built 1840 - 1850 - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 10: Vasser Home, Lovvorn, Vining - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 11: Levy Cummings - Turner House - Limestone Co.
Item 12: Nick Davis Monument - Limestone Co.
Item 13: Gilbert House, possibly built in 1840 - 1850 - Limestone Co. - Elkmont
Item 14: George S. Houston House, possibly built circa 1845 - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 15: Horton Home, built in 1847, Maclin - Limestone Co. - Greenbrier
Item 16: First Methodist Church - Gilbert's Furniture Store, built circa 1836 - Limestone Co.
Item 17: Harry Morris House, possibly built in 1840 - 1850 - Limestone Co. - Elkmont
Item 18: Luke Pryor Town House - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 19: Luke Pryor Farm House, probably built in 1850s - Limestone Co.
Item 20: Hightower House, Richardson, Scherff , built in 1835 - Limestone Co.
Item 21: Wilson House, Rosenau, built circa 1850 - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 22: Log House - Limestone Co. - New Garden Community
Item 23: Joshua Martin House - Limestone Co. - Athens
Item 24: Site Map and Great Southern Railroad Depot, 1891 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 24a: Opera House (UNSCANNED) - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 25: Battelle (Abandoned Town) - DeKalb Co.
Item 26: Sequoyah Marker, Collinsville - DeKalb Co. - Collinsville
Item 27: Plantation Home "Cherokee," circa 1790 - DeKalb Co.
Item 28: Collinsville Presbyterian Church, built in 1908 - DeKalb Co. - Collinsville
Item 29: Howard's Chapel, built circa 1937 - DeKalb Co. - Alpine
Item 30: Mentone Springs Hotel, built in 1884 {burned} - DeKalb Co.
Item 31: Portersville Depot - DeKalb Co.
Item 32: Ryan Home, built in 1871 - DeKalb Co. - Groveoak
Item 33: Shannon House, Lebanon County Courthouse (from 1853–1876), built in 1842 - DeKalb Co. - Lebanon
Item 34: "The Oaks," built in 1884 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 35: Willstown Cherokee Mission Site, estalished in 1823 - DeKalb Co.
Item 36: "Winston Place," built in 1836 - DeKalb Co. - Valley Head
Item 37: Fort Payne "Boom" Houses, 1880s - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 38: Davenport Home, built in 1890 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 39: French Flats - McSpadden Boarding House, built in 1889 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 40: Leath Home, built in 1890 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 41: Manitou Cave - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 42: Usry Home, built in 1889 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 43: Vance Larmore Home, built in 1840 - DeKalb Co. - White Hall, Stanley's Lake Area
Item 44: Venable Home, built circa 1839 - DeKalb Co. - Fort Payne
Item 45: Collinsville Structures of late 1800s - DeKalb Co. - Collinsville
Item 46: DeSoto Falls - DeKalb Co. - Alpine (near Valley Head)
Item 47: Indian Caves, Fortifications - DeKalb Co. - Alpine
Item 48: Kidd Home, built in late 1800s - DeKalb Co. - Collinsville
Item 49: Lebanon Chapel and Community Center, built in 1800s - DeKalb Co. - Lebanon
Item 50: Old Lebanon Home, next to Courthouse - DeKalb Co. - Lebanon
Item 51: Lowry Home, built circa 1890 - DeKalb Co. - Valley Head
Item 52: Willstown (possible site) and Old Mill Building - DeKalb Co.
Item 53: Southern Rail Road Depot - DeKalb Co. - Valley Head

Series 7, Box 6: Jackson County, TARCOG Data
Completed files for all counties as presented (3/3)
Item 1: Russell Cave National Monument - Jackson Co. Site #1
Item 2: Log Cabin - Jackson Co. Site #3
Item 3: Saltpetre Cave - Jackson Co. Site #4
Item 4: Sauta/Sauty/Sautah - Jackson Co. Site #5
Item 5: Old Stagecoach Inn (Ben Lindsay Home) - Jackson Co. Site #6
Item 6: Old Larkinsville Hotel - Jackson Co. Site #7
Item 7: James Moody Proctor Home - Jackson Co. Site #8
Item 8: Mrs. William McCutchen Home, built in 1892 - Jackson Co. Site #9
Item 9: Robert T. Scott's Graveyard - Jackson Co. Site #10
Item 10: Payne Drug Store Building, probably circa 1870 - Jackson Co. Site #11
Item 11: Old Caldwell Flour Mill Site - Jackson Co. Site #12
Item 12: Mrs. M. L. Harris Home - Jackson Co. Site #13
Item 13: Farmer’s Building - Jackson Co. Site #14
Item 14: Gay Home - Jackson Co. Site #15
Item 15: Old Caldwell Home - Jackson Co. Site #16
Item 16: Nathaniel "Nat" Snodgrass Home - Jackson Co. Site #17
Item 17: Log Cabin - Jackson Co. Site #18
Item 18: Probate Judge David Tate’s Old Office, - Jackson Co. Site #19
Item 19: Scottsboro Freight Depot, probably built circa 1856 - Jackson Co. Site #20
Item 20: Old Morgan Home, built circa 1850 - Jackson Co. Site #21
Item 21: Skyline Farms - Jackson Co. Site #22
Item 22: Log Cabin - Jackson Co. Site #23
Item 23: Moody House, built circa 1850s - Jackson Co. Site #24
Item 24: Old Stage Road - Jackson Co. Site #25
Item 25: Bellefonte Landing Road - Jackson Co. Site #26
Item 26: Daniel Martin Hotel, possibly built 1845 - Jackson Co. Site #27
Item 27: Bellefonte Town Site - Jackson Co. Site #28
Item 28: Ta-Co-Bet - Jackson Co. Site #29
Item 29: Black Horse's Walled Cliff Dwelling - Jackson Co. Site #30
Item 30: Smith Point - Jackson Co. Site #31
Item 31: Pisgah Gorge & Rorex Creek Gorge - Jackson Co. Site #32
Item 32: Coosada Indian Village - Jackson Co. Site #33
Item 33: Sanders Russell Stables and Race Track - Jackson Co. Site #34
Item 34: John Reid Coffey Home, Number 1 - Jackson Co. Site #35
Item 35: Old Stevenson Depot Hotel - Jackson Co. Site #36
Item 36: Stevenson Depot, built before 1862 - Jackson Co. Site #37
Item 37: Jacoway House (Federal Headquarters) - Jackson Co. Site #38
Item 38: General John Reid Coffey Home, Number 2 - Jackson Co. Site #39
Item 39: Hale House - Jackson Co. Site #40
Item 40: Keller Home - Jackson Co. Site #41
Item 41: James Caperton Home - Jackson Co. Site #42
Item 42: New Hope Church - Jackson Co. Site #43
Item 43: Stevenson Town - Jackson Co. Site #44
Item 44: Crowtown Indian Village - Jackson Co. Site #45
Item 45: Caperton’s Ferry - Jackson Co. Site #46
Item 46: Iron Boat - Jackson Co. Site #47
Item 47: Doran's Cove Baptist Church - Jackson Co. Site #48
Item 48: Log Barn - Jackson Co. Site #49
Item 49: Old Rock House (James Doran Home), built circa 1813 - Jackson Co. Site #50
Item 50: James Doran’s Spring House - Jackson Co. Site #51
Item 51: Old Austin Home - Jackson Co. Site #52
Item 52: Bridgeport Town - Jackson Co. Site #53
Item 53: Long Island Town - Jackson Co. Site #54
Item 54: John A. Denton Home, built in 1893 - Jackson Co. Site #55
Item 55: Battery Hill - Jackson Co. Site #56
Item 56: Bridgeport Depot, built in 1917 - Jackson Co. Site #57
Item 57: Kilpatrick Row - Jackson Co. Site #58

Series 7, Box 7: TARCOG (Working Notes and Drafts)
Files with Photographs (1/4)
Folder 1: Bibliography, History, and Architectural Forms of TARCOG Counties
Folder 2: Unlabeled Miscellaneous Photos Taken During Project
Folder 3: TARCOG Economic Atlas (1 of 2), 1971
Folder 4: TARCOG Economic Atlas (2 of 2), 1971
Folder 5: Historical Intern Reports by Hendricks, John S., UAH Intern, 1973 (1 of 2)
Folder 6: Historical Intern Reports by Hendricks, John S., UAH Intern, and Source Reference Cards, 1973(2 of 2)

Series 7, Box 8: TARCOG
Files with Photographs (2/4)
Folder 1: Historical Notes & Research Coordinator Verified Document Forms
Folder 2: Coordinator Plan and Initial Site Inventory
Folder 3: Completed National Register Applications: George Steele Home, Quietdale
Folder 4: Preliminary Survey Report, all counties, Sites & Structures, 1974
Folder 5: Roberts Review Draft Appendix; Notes, Correspondence, Sources

Series 7, Box 9: Files with Photographs (3 of 4) plus five 2-1/4 minute reels of single 8 movie film

Series 7, Box 10: Files with Photographs (4 of 4)

Series 7, Box 11: TARCOG Report, 1973
Item 1: TARCOG Report, 1973

Series 8: Monroe Collection
This small collection consists of miscellaneous papers saved by Paul Monroe during his time as Huntsville City Clerk. His daughter, Ray Monroe Laney and her brother who had lived across the street gave the papers to Dr. Roberts for safe keeping.

Series 8, Box 1: Monroe Collection
Folder 1: Origin of Series
Folder 2: Madison County, Mississippi Territory Legal Papers, miscellaneous, 1805-1809
Folder 3: Legal documents, Mississippi Territory Legal Papers, miscellaneous, 1810-1811
Folder 4: Legal Documents (including first recorded divorce), miscellaneous, 1812-1816
Folder 5: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1817-1818
Folder 6: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1819-1822
Folder 7: Legal Documents,  miscellaneous, 1824-1829
Folder 8: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1830-1832
Folder 9: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1834
Folder 10: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1835
Folder 11: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1836-1837
Folder 12: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1838-1839
Folder 13: Townsend, Edmund Circuit Court, 1840-1841
Folder 14: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1842
Folder 15: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1843-1844
Folder 16: Colhoun/Calhoun, John C. Deposition, 1845
Folder 17: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1845-1846
Folder 18: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1847-1849
Folder 19: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1850-1852
Folder 20: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1853
Folder 21: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1854
Folder 22: Memphis and Charlestion Railroad Bonds, Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1851-1855
Folder 23: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1856
Folder 24: James Clemens Estate Documents, 1857
Folder 25: Death of Slave Court Case, 1859
Folder 26: Huntsville Bank Check, 1861
Folder 27: Civil War Exemption, 1864
Folder 28: Civil War Affidavits for Family Supplies, 1865
Folder 29: George W. Jones Estate Documents, 1866
Folder 30: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1867–1869
Folder 31: Legal Documents, Licenses, miscellaneous,1870–1879
Folder 32: Tammany Hall, Application for Relief, 1870–1889
Folder 33: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, 1894–1903
Folder 34: Certificates, unused
Folder 35: Legal Documents, miscellaneous, undated
Folder 36: Legal Documents (returned in 2017)

Series 9: Fearn, Donegan & Co. (F&D)
These papers are a comprehensive set of Huntsville business papers of Dr. Thomas Fearn and James J. Donegan during their years (1837-1854) as cotton commissioners (cotton factors). The office in New Orleans particularly kept a steady business correspondence between the two offices. Included are papers one might expect to maintain a business at the times.
Included in Box 1 is a copy of a paper delivered by Dr. Roberts to the Alabama Historical Association in 1974, ""Fearn, Donegan and Company: A Case Study of the Cotton Factorage System in the Tennessee Valley."" Original partners of the company included Thomas Lockhart, Dr. Thomas Fearn, and James J. Donegan. Later Isaac W. Moon and Albert Crenshaw of New Orleans were partners, and then William P. Atwood. Matthew W. Steele and Arthur Mosley Hopkins of Huntsville joined the company, and still later Donegan's son, James H. Donegan after his graduation from Georgetown College worked for them.
These papers are sorted by year and then grouped as accounts, receipts, and statements; bills of lading receipts; correspondence from Liverpool, England, the New York office and balance sheets; business correspondence with local customers, then sorted generally by area; some few personally related correspondence (e.g. Weakley, Fearn, Donegan) court case; and a few telegrams.

Series 9, Box 1: Mixed accounts, receipts, and statements
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Case Study Paper, Miscellaneous Receipts, 1820
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Receipts and Accounts, 1830 - 1831
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Receipts, Accounts, and Agreements, 1830 - 1833
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Accounts and Documents, 1829 - 1833
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Accounts and Documents, 1830 - 1836
Folder 6: Fearn, Wilcox Checks, 1834
Folder 7: Fearn Promissory Notes, 1835 - 1836
Folder 8: Fearn Account Book, 1835-1837
Folder 9: Donegan Receipts and Letter, 1836
Folder 10: Donegan Accounts, Receipts, Letters, and Other Documents, 1833 - 1839
Folder 11: Donegan, James J. (Personal Letter) from Wife, 1837
Folder 12: Donegan, J.H. (son) to Donegan, James J. (correspondence), 1837
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Promissory Notes, Receipts, Accounts, and Other Documents, 1831 - 1839
Folder 14: Fearn, Thomas Accounts, Receipts, and Other Documents, 1825 - 1840
Folder 15: Fearn and Donegan Balance Sheets, Accounts, and Letter,1839
Folder 16: Fearn, Thomas Account Book with J.J. Fackler, 1840
Folder 17: Fearn and Donegan Balance Sheet, 1840
Folder 18: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1840
Folder 19: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence and Receipts, 1840
Folder 20: Fearn and Donegan Court Case, 1840
Folder 21: Fearn and Donegan Memo Book, 1840
Folder 22: Fearn and Donegan Accounts and Receipts, 1841
Folder 23: Fearn and Donegan Balance Sheet, 1841
Folder 24: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1841
Folder 25: Fearn and Donegan Bill of Exchange, Branch Bank, Circuit Court, 1842
Folder 26: Fearn and Donegan Promissory Note, 1841
Folder 27: Fearn and Donegan Court Case, 1841 - 1842
Folder 28: Waterworks Memo Pages, 1841 - 1842
Folder 29: Accounts, Receipts, Statements, 1842
Folder 30: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence from Brown & Shipley (Liverpool, England), 1842
Folder 31: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1842 - 1843
Folder 32: Court Case, Fearn and Donegan, 1842
Folder 33: New Orleans Correspondence & Balance Sheet, 1842

Series 9, Box 2: Accounts, Receipts and Statements of F&D, 1843 - 1844
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1843 - 1844
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading - 1843
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence with Brown, Shipley & Company (Liverpool, England) - 1843
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence, Business NY Commercial Lists, etc. (1 of 2) - Form letters and circulars
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence, Business NY Commercial Lists, etc. (2 of 2) - Form letters and circulars
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans (1 of 3) - Form letters and circulars
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence- New Orleans (2 of 3) - Form letters and circulars
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence- New Orleans (3 of 3) - Form letters and circulars
Folder 9: Personal Correspondence: Fearn, Thomas; Donegan, James J., and Weakley, 1843 -1844 - Form letters and circulars
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases - Form letters and circulars
Folder 11: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements - 1844
Folder 12: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading - 1844
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence with Brown, Shipley & Company (Liverpool, England) - 1844
Folder 14: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence Business [divided by locations] (1 of 4) - 1844
Folder 15: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence Business [divided by locations] (2 of 4) - 1844
Folder 16: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence Business [divided by locations] (3 of 4) - 1844
Folder 17: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence Business [divided by locations] (4 of 4) - 1844
Folder 18: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence New Orleans (1 of 3) - 1844
Folder 19: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence New Orleans (2 of 3) - 1844
Folder 20: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence New Orleans (3 of 3) - 1844
Folder 21: Personal Correspondence: Fearn, Thomas; Donegan, James J., and Weakley - 1844
Folder 22: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases - 1844

Series 9, Box 3: Accounts, Receipts and Statements of Fearn and Donegan, 1845
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1845 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1845 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1845 (3 of 3)
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1845
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence with Brown, Shipley & Company (Liverpool, England), 1845
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (1 of 9)
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (2 of 9)
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (3 of 9)
Folder 9: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (4 of 9)
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (5 of 9)
Folder 11: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (6 of 9)
Folder 12: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (7 of 9)
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (8 of 9)
Folder 14: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1845 (9 of 9)
Folder 15: Personal Correspondence: Fearn, Thomas; Donegan, James J.

Series 9, Box 4: Accounts, Receipts and Statements of Fearn and Donegan, 1846
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (1 of 3)
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (2 of 3)
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (3 of 3)
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1846
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence with Brown, Shipley & Company (Liverpool, England), 1846
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (1 of 8) - Philadelphia, Washington D.C.
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (2 of 8) - Mississippi, Georgia
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (3 of 8) - Alabama, Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee
Folder 9: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence,1846 (4 of 8) - Tennessee
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (5 of 8) - Mississippi, Alabama
Folder 11: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (6 of 8) - Bellefonte and Jackson County, Alabama
Folder 12: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (7 of 8) - Rogersville and West Alabama
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1846 (8 of 8)
Folder 14: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence - New Orleans, 1846 (1 of 2)
Folder 15: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence - New Orleans, 1846 (2 of 2)

Series 9, Box 5: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements,1846 (continued)
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (1 of 4)
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (2 of 4)
Folder 3a: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (3 of 4)
Folder 3b: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (3 of 4)
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1846 (4 of 4)
Folder 5: Cobb, W. W. to Fearn, Crenshaw, and Company (correspondence), 1846
Folder 6: Donegan, James J. Correspondence, 1846
Folder 7: Erskine, Michael to Donegan, James J. (correspondence), 1846
Folder 8: Pope, Leroy and Percy, Walker to Donegan, James J. (correspondence), 1846
Folder 9: Weakley, James H. to Donegan, James J. (correspondence), 1846

Series 9, Box 6: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1847
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1847
Folder 2: Fearn and Donovan Bills of Lading, 1847
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence with Brown, Shipley & Company (Liverpool, England), 1847
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1847 (1 of 5)
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1847 (2 of 5)
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1847 (3 of 5)
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1847 (4 of 5)
Folder 9: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1847 (5 of 5)
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence
Folder 11: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases

Series 9, Box 7: Accounts, Receipts and Statements of F&D, 1848 - 1849
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1848
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1848 (1 of 2)
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1848 (2 of 2)
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence with Brown, Shipley & Company (Liverpool, England), 1848
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1848
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1848 (1 of 3)
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1848 (2 of 3)
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1848 (3 of 3)
Folder 9: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence, 1848
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases, 1848
Folder 11: J. Van Husen Estate, 1848
Folder 12: Fearn, Donegan, and Company Telegraph, 1848
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements 1849
Folder 14: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1849
Folder 15: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1849
Folder 16: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1849 (1 of 5)
Folder 17: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1849 (2 of 5)
Folder 18: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1849 (3 of 5)
Folder 19: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1849 (4 of 5)
Folder 20: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1849 (5 of 5)
Folder 21: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence, 1849
Folder 22: Fearn and Donegan Court Case, 1849
Folder 23: Fearn and Donegan Telegrams, 1849

Series 9, Box 8: Accounts, Receipts and Statements of F&D, 1850-1851
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1850
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1850
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1850
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1850 (1 of 4)
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1850 (2 of 4)
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1850 (3 of 4)
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1850 (4 of 4)
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence, 1850 (1 of 2)
Folder 9: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence, 1850 (2 of 2)
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases Correspondence, 1850
Folder 11: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1851
Folder 12: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1851
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1851
Folder 14: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1851 (1 of 3)
Folder 15: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1851 (2 of 3)
Folder 16: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1851 (3 of 3)
Folder 17: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence, 1851
Folder 18: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases, 1851

Series 9, Box 9: Accounts, Receipts, Statements and Papers 1852-1862
Folder 1: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1852
Folder 2: Fearn and Donegan Bills of Lading, 1852
Folder 3: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1852
Folder 4: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1852
Folder 5: Fearn and Donegan Personal Correspondence, 1852
Folder 6: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases, 1852
Folder 7: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1853
Folder 8: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1853
Folder 9: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1853 (1 of 2)
Folder 10: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1853 (2 of 2)
Folder 11: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases, 1853
Folder 12: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1854 (1 of 2)
Folder 13: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts and Statements, 1854 (2 of 2)
Folder 14: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1854
Folder 15: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases, 1854
Folder 16: Fearn and Donegan Telegram, 1854
Folder 17: Fearn and Donegan Accounts, Receipts, and Statements, 1855
Folder 18: Fearn and Donegan Business Correspondence, 1855
Folder 19: Fearn and Donegan Correspondence - New Orleans, 1855
Folder 20: Fearn and Donegan Court Cases, 1855
Folder 21: Correspondance, Fearn and Donegan, 1856
Folder 22: Correspondence, Fearn and Donegan, 1857
Folder 23: Correspondence, Donegan, James J. 1859
Folder 24: Merchant's Exchange Newspaper, Correspondence, and Other Documents, 1860 - 1862
Folder 25: Correspondence, Donegan, James J., undated
Folder 26: Boardman Papers, 1825-1845 - Apparently lawyer Cabaniss attended to the affairs of Elijah Boardman. Elijah and his brother entered into Huntsville activities at least at the time of statehood, 1819, when John was the printer for the new state constitution. Elijah established an imported stock farm and race horse stables. Both were active but unfortunately both fell into disgrace and headed, as many others had, to Mississippi. Included in this file is the Certificate of Stock in the Huntsville Theatre, #1, 1825, racing and boarding accounts with his sometimes partners. The racing events were quite extent traveling to Nashville and New York among other venues. For further information see Nancy M. Rohr "Off to the Races," Huntsville Historical Review, W-S 2010, pp. 35-57.

Series 10: Books and Pamphlets

Series 10, Box 1: Alabama
Folder 1: Outdoors in Alabama
Folder 2: University of Alabama Alumni News, Sesquicentennial Issue (1981)
Folder 3: Five Cent Cotton (Images of the Depression in Alabama, 1930's)
Folder 4: Testimony of Mrs. George R. Ward, 1883
Folder 5: Index to the Minerals and Rocks of Alabama
Folder 6: Forty Years of Alabama Power Co., 1911-1951
Folder 7: Russell of Alabama
Folder 8: Ante-Bellum floating Palaces of the Alabama River
Folder 9: Forest Trees of Alabama
Folder 10: Historical Highway Markers in Alabama
Folder 11: Statewide Oral History Project (1972-1974)
Folder 12: Solid Waste Regional Survey and Analysis, Alabama-Tombigbee Rivers
Folder 13: Alabama's People, by William Worley (1945)

Series 10, Box 2: Alabama Towns and Counties
Folder 1: Limestone Sesquicentennial
Folder 2: Howard College
Folder 3: Sumter County's Civil War
Folder 4: Cherokee
Folder 5: Tuscaloosa-UA Talladega
Folder 6: Blount
Folder 7: Elmore - Fort Toulouse
Folder 8: Tallaposa
Folder 9: Daniel Pratt
Folder 10: Fort Mitchell - Russell County
Folder 11: Gadsden
Folder 12: Fort Payne
Folder 13: Gainesville
Folder 14: Greene
Folder 15: Shelby
Folder 16: Tuscumbia
Folder 17: Prairieville
Folder 18: Phoenix Volunteer Fire Co
Folder 19: Income in Counties of Alabama
Folder 20: James Waldrum Mathews and His descendants
Folder 21: Fascinating Talladega county
Folder 22: Srlma - Tale Tellin' Festival

Series 10, Box 3: Madison County and Huntsville
Folder 1: Huntsville - Space Capitol of the Universe
Folder 2: Northern Dollars for Huntsville Spindles
Folder 3: Bulletin of the North Alabama Historical Association 1958
Folder 4: Sketches of the Tennessee Valley in Antebellum Days
Folder 5: Welcome to Echols Hill
Folder 6: First Presbyterian Church of Huntsville, 1993 Pictorial Directory [Not scanned, can be viewed in archives book collection.]
Folder 7: Madison County Orphans Court Minutes - 1810 - 1817
Folder 8: Madison County Deed Books (Territorial) 1810 - 1819
Folder 9: Geology and Ground - Water Resources of Madison County
Folder 10: Story of Mooresville
Folder 11: Fearns of Virginia
Folder 12: Family of James Allen Kennamer [Not scanned, can be viewed in archives book collection.]
Folder 13: The Tract Primmer Bible Lessons
Folder 14: The Huntsville Parker Historical Edition 1900 - 1995

Series 10, Box 4: Southern Topics
Folder 1: The Humanities by Dr. Eleanor Hutchens
Folder 2: Nannie Herndon Rice Anthology
Folder 3: Apples of Gold
Folder 4: Central Courthouse Square in the American County Seat
Folder 5: Charles F. Weller's Civil War Letters & Journal, comp. by Parish.
Folder 6: Ira N. Chiles - RESTRICTED
Folder 7: Census of Population - Alabama, 1950
Folder 8: Moonlight and Magnolias or Moonshine and Steppin Fetchit - RESTRICTED
Folder 9: House of Happiness Story
Folder 10: Letters of Lucinda - RESTRICTED
Folder 11: Virginia Van der Veer's Family History

Series 10, Box 5: Old Books
Some of these books are not scanned and have been moved to a bookcase. Contact Archives staff for more information.
Folder 1: The Fourth of July
Folder 2: Obituary HON. William R. King of Alabama Vice-President of the United States, 1853
Folder 3: Dew-Drops of the Nineteenth Century By Seba Smith, 1846
Folder 4: Cousin Lucy's Stories told to Rollo's Cousin Lucy, 1842
Folder 5: Memoirs of Captain James Wilson Compiled for the American Sunday School Union By W. B Tappan
Folder 6: Historical Account of the most celebrated Voyages, Travels and Discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period By William Mavor, Vol.II, 1796 - NOT SCANNED - This book is not scanned and has been moved to a bookcase. Contact Archives staff for more information.
Folder 7: Memoir of Jonathan Leavitt Member of the Junior Class in Yale College By A. Sister, 1822 - NOT SCANNED - This book is not scanned and has been moved to a bookcase. Contact Archives staff for more information.

Series 10, Box 6: Old Books
Some of these books are not scanned and have been moved to a bookcase. Contact Archives staff for more information.
Folder 1: Herodoti Halicarnassei HISTORIARUM LIBRI IX, 1829 - NOT SCANNED - This book is not scanned and has been moved to a bookcase. Contact Archives staff for more information.
Folder 2: Selections from the British Classics Published by Legaat Brothers, 1856.
Folder 3: Underground Treasures How and Where to Find Them By James Orton.
Folder 4: Sketches of Alabama History By Joel Campbell DuBose. Published By Eldredge Brother, 1901.
Folder 5: Stories and Anecdotes of DOGS, By Rev J. G. Wood Pub J. W. Burke & Co, 1868.
Folder 6: Dedication Page to the Marquis DE La Layette, late Major General, 1787.
Folder 7: Allgemeiner German World Atlas, 1808

Series 11: Archivist File of Additional Material

Series 11, Box 1: Assorted items
Item 1: Emily and Jack Burwell donations of glove box containing 11 transcribed letter from Baker L. Roberts to Lucy (Cabaniss) Roberts, 1878-1879. - (The original glove box in now enclosed in a Plexiglas box.)
Item 2: Audio cassette donated by John P. Rankin of Dr. Roberts talking about history and preservation.
Item 3: Senior paper by Charles M. Westbrook, "Frances C. Roberts, Teacher and Historian" (nd) and a paper "Dr. Frances C. Roberts, Teacher, University Founder and Civic Leader", 2008.
Item 4: Papers relating to the induction of Frances C. Roberts into the Alabama Women's Hall of Fame, 2013.
Item 5: Grant Proposal Needs Assessment. 2002.
Item 6: The Townsends by Isabella Morales
Item 7: Photo of Cabaniss house from Homes & Land
Item 8: Taylor, C. H. J. author of The Negro, Normal and Abnormal

Series 11, Box 2: Field glasses & correspondence
Item 1: Field glasses belonging to: Sgt. Maj. Baker Roberts, 5th Btn., Al Volunteer Infantry
Item 2: Correspondence between Dr. Doug Jones and Roberts
Item 3: Book, "General A. P. Hill, The Story of a Confederate Warrior" by James I. Robertson, Jr., 1987, Random House

Series 11, Box 3: Maple Hill Cemetery Grave Stone Rubbings

Series 12: Framed Photographs and Awards

Series 12, Box 1: Framed awards
Item 1: The City of Huntsville Alabama Resolution NO. 80-404, Citation to Dr. Frances Cabaniss Roberts.
Item 2: Award to Dr. Frances Cabaniss Roberts from the Students of Western Civilizations, HY-102.
Item 3: Alumni Association Faculty appreciation award Presented to Frances C. Roberts.

Series 12, Box 2: Framed awards
Item 4: Etching drawing of Flowers
Item 5: Framed News Paper Article Church of the Nativity Celebrates its 150 year history.
Item 6: Etching Drawing of the Church of the Nativity.
Item 7: House of Representatives Tribute to Frances Cabaniss Roberts

Series 12, Box 3: Framed drawings, diploma and photograph
Item 8: Master of Arts Degree, Frances C. Roberts
Item 9: Frances Cabaniss Roberts High School Diploma from the State Normal Senior High School Livingston Alabama 1932.
Item 10: Geneva Mercer 1915, Pastel drawing.
Item 11: Award of Merit to Frances C. Roberts for Distinguished Service In the Field of State and Local History.
Item 12: Frances Cabaniss Roberts Photo in formal doctoral attire.

Series 13: Addendum A

Series 13, Box 1: Artifacts
Item 1: Olan Mills Oval Photo of Dr. Roberts with Frank & Ernest Cartoon of 1976
Item 2: "Mura" Sealing Wax Set
Item 3: Dr. Roberts' Embossing Tool
Item 4: Dr. Roberts' Rubber Stamp with Ink Pad
Item 5: Red Round Concrete Material Institution Depiction on Black Felt
Item 6: Brass Lock & Key
Item 7: Decorative Small Cup Lid
Item 8: Stamp & Envelope / Post Card Collection of Dr. Roberts
Item 9: Unbound (No Cover) "Stories of the South" Booklet, pages 113-114, containing part of "How the Derby Was Won" plus "Aunt Fountain's Prisoner".