Three letters: one from Stanhope Erwin, addressed to a “Howell” (based on U.S. Census records, his brother) typed on stationery from the Office of Headquarters Detachment, Headquarters Department of the Visayas, Hoilo, Panay [Philippines], dated January 7, 1909; one from Emory Speer, addressed to Judge A. S. Erwin, dated December 26, 1899; and one, an unsigned letter addressed to A. L. Hull, Editor Alumni Cagalogue [University of Georgia]; a postcard for Birkert Clarke & Co., No. 2 John St., New York; an oval-shaped print of a photograph of an unidentified man, with a handwritten inscription on the back: “This is Sara Cobb’s”; a copy of the Athens tax ordinance of 1900; a print of a poem, "A Banker's Plea," attributed to a "H.C.E." of Athens; an Athens Trust & Banking Co. account book, mostly empty, signed on the front; a contract between Moise De Leon and the City of Athens for the construction of Athens High School, dated September 2, 1908; Grand Jury and Traverse Jury lists for Clarke County, 1906; a copy of the 1906 Directory of Rural Residents for Athens, Elberton, and Gainesville, the front cover and pp. 1-16 of which are damaged; a list of Registered Voters (216th, 217th, 218th, 219th, 220th, 241th, 1347th, and 1467th Districts) White and Colored for state elections, 1904; a true bill from a Grand Jury for a case involving William Eberhart and Mose Sims, signed E. A. Angier, U.S. Attorney, and J. A. Hutchinson, Foreman; two envelopes and two price lists for liquor distributors Meyer & Co.