The included documents are: a business card for K. S. Williams of Crown Metal Products Company, a receipt, a postcard featuring "The Little Toot" train at Forest Park Highlands, an advertisement for real steam railroads, and four pages of notes on yellow notepad paper.
This section contains a scrapbook from Herbert E. Pettus which contains posters, correspondence and photographs related to Herbert's time in college. Some items have notes describing what they are or the context surrounding them underneath.
The text on this card states "Manufactured only by D.T. Harrison, Huntsville, Alabama. Notice: The Manufacturer of this Tobacco has complied with all the requirements of law. Every person is cautioned under the penalty of law not to use this package for Tobacco again. D.T. Harrison, Factory, 1, District, Alabama. Hay Bros, Print, Huntsville, Ala."
This is an image of a Harrison Brothers sales card. The text on the card states "We Sell Good People on Easy Payments. Crockery, Glassware, Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers and House Furnishing Goods. Harrison Bros., Office and Salesrooms, 2 and 3 Commercial Row, Huntsville, Ala., Presented by H.W. Haynes, General Salesman."