Elections--United States--1896.; Gold standard--History.; Bimetallism--United States--History.; Saint Francisville (La.); Foster, Murphy J. (Murphy James), 1849-1921.; Wit and humor.; Plays on words.; Medicine--Humor.
Letter to Cammie Williams from his cousin, George H. Douglas, in Morgan City, Louisiana. Douglas mentions being a "silver bug," a reference to the 1896 political debate over the gold standard versus "Free Silver."
College students--Mississippi--History.; Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Adam Bede.; Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903.; Women--Suffrage--United States--History--19th century.; Mormons--Mississippi--History.; Elections--Mississippi--History.; Millsaps College...
Letter to Cammie Williams from his brother, Mims Williams, at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, regarding books he has read, political matters, his opposition to women's suffrage, and a Natchez pastor found out to be homosexual.
Letter to Cammie Williams from his brother, Mims Williams, in Terry, Mississippi, urging him to try to break a contract with a "worthless and rascally negro" named Lew Berry in favor of a man named Bob Sherman.
Courtship--History.; Punta Gorda (Belize); Breckinridge, Clifton Rodes, 1846-1932.; Tariffs--Law and legislation--United States.
Letter to Cammie Williams from C. V. Hill in Punta Gorda, British Honduras (present-day Belize). Hill mentions a "tariff bill" that probably refers to the Wilson-Gorman Tariff Act of August, 1894. "Breckenridge" probably refers to Clifton Rodes...