This series consists of daily orders, operational plans, maps, etc. belong to Dennis C. Draper and relating to the First World War. The series consists of the following sub-series: "A" Squadron - Letters Received and "A" Squadron - Daily Orders.
The series consists of photographs of Taber family members, mostly from East Farnham. The photo album is assumed to have been in the Eli Hoskins Taber family. Many of the photographs were taken by Eli Hoskins Taber, who was a photographer like his brother Abner Bedee Taber.
The series consists of eight photographs of members of the Austin family, including: Jane Austin, John K. Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Austin at their 50th wedding anniversary, Phoebe Austin (w/o Oliver Jones) and William Harvey and Anna Austin.
The series contains the personal collection of photographs owned by Alice Maude Smith, inserted in three photo albums. The topics include family photos in Abercorn, starting with her grand-mother Polly Barber; her studying years in Massachusetts and Illinois, her professional career as a nurse, a doctor, and a writer. Finally, she kept many photos of her sibling's families, particularly her brother Abram Howard's family from Tacoma, Washington, and her sister Anna, married to Louis Shultz of Rockford, Illinois.
The series consists of family photographs of Bates, Robinson, Page and Mandigo family members, all included in 4 photo albums kept by Helen Robinson Bates. The albums were donated by Hazel Bates, daughter of Hiram Bates and Helen Robinson.
The series consists of photographs (originals and reproductions) relating to the Fenian Raids, and the commemorative reunion in 1902, with the revealing of the Eccles Hill Monument. It also includes photographs of Col. Asa Westover.