ca. 1890 - A school composition by May Bruce Green on the subject of witchcraft.
ca. 1890's - AMS - High school report by Mary Bruce Green about Cleopatra
4 April 1891 - AL - Henry Bruce, Jr. [Kansas City, MO] to Mary (May) Bruce Green. Bruce is glad she appreciated the dictionary he sent her, and the strawberries sent by her Aunt Lillie. The last page(s) of the letter is missing.
26 July 1891 - ALS - Henry Bruce, Jr. ["Prior Lake", MN] to Nannie Bruce Alexander and Henrietta Bruce Green. Bruce is enjoying his fishing trip, and writes in honor of his own eightieth birthday.
26 July 1891 - AL - Henry Bruce, Jr. reflects on his life on the day of his eightieth birthday.
26 October 1891 - ALS - May (Mary) Bruce Green [Eureka Springs, AR] to Henry Bruce, Jr. [Kansas City, MO]. May writes to her Grandfather from school. The letter is news of school, and mention of a desire to return to live in Covington, KY.
26 October 1891 - ALS - Henry Bruce, Jr. [Kansas City, MO] to Mary (May) Bruce Green [Eureka Springs, AR]. Bruce admonishes his granddaughter to learn all she can in school. He also conveys the news of the death of his sister, Eleanor Bruce Morgan.
30 October 1891 - ANS - A note accompanying a trunk of clothing, giving the history of each item. The note was originally written by Nannie Bruce Alexander. The note was later added to by her daughter Pauline Bruce Alexander McLaird 24 September 1917.
8 November 1891 - ALS - May Bruce Green [Eureka Springs, AR] to Henry Bruce, Jr. [Kansas City, MO]. In response to Bruce's letter of 26 October, May says she found his words inspiring, and is studying hard. She mentions the possibility of going away to school the following year. She mentions the story of Italy's Queen Margherita, and conveys news of her neighbors.
16 November 1891 - ALS - Henry Bruce, Jr. [Kansas City, MO] to Henrietta Bruce Green [Eureka Springs, AR]. Family news and pride over a well-written letter from May Bruce Green.
29 November 1891 - ALS - Henry Bruce, Jr. [Kansas City, MO] to May Bruce Green [Eureka Springs, AR]. Bruce sends her a Thanksgiving poem, and comments on a drawing she sent in her last letter.
6 January 1892 - TL - Ann Bruce Morgan to Lucinda Bruce Morgan. Fragment of a letter relating the death of Henry Bruce, Jr. Location of original unknown.
5 June 1892 - ALS - Nannie Bruce Alexander [Kansas City, MO] to Mary (May) Bruce Green [Eureka Springs, AR]. Nannie writes to tell her niece that the entire family is looking forward to her coming home shortly at the close of the school year. She reminisces about sending Mary to school at the beginning, and wishes Mary would spend all of her vacation in Missouri instead of leaving for Kentucky.
16 September 1892 - May Bruce Green [Bradford Academy, Bradford, MA] to Henrietta Bruce Green [Kansas City, MO]. Having just arrived at her new school, May describes her journey and her school to her mother. She sends messages to various friends and family at home. She also mentions the cholera outbreak in New York, telling her mother not to worry because the air on the hilltop is good, and the drinking water is all boiled.
ca 1892-93 - May Bruce Green [Bradford Academy, Bradford, MA] to Henrietta Bruce Green [Kansas City, MO]. May writes home about the events at school, her desire for a trip to Boston, and her request for more spending money.
12 July 1893 - A program card from the "family gathering of the late George S. Bruce" given for "their visiting cousins, Retta Bruce Green and May Bruce Green". The card lists the dinner menu and the people attending the dinner.
ca. 1896 - AN - Probably Henrietta Bruce Green [Boston, MA] to May Bruce Green [Bradford, MA]. The letter is most likely from Henrietta who writes to May and two other girls who just returned to Bradford Academy after visiting her in Boston. The subject is a bouquet of flowers sent by a cousin.
January 1897 - ANS - Note from Mary Bruce Green to Mrs. DeKay Thompson authorizing her to be Mary's proxy at the upcoming Colonial Dames meeting.
18 January 1897 - D.A.R. membership cards for Henrietta Bruce Green and Mary (May) Bruce Green.
19 February 1897 - ANS - Catherine R. Collins [Covington, KY] to Henrietta Bruce Green [Boston, MA]. Collins writes as the Secretary for the Elizabeth Kentucky Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution to notify Green that her and her daughter's membership applications have been accepted.
ca. 1890's - ALS - Mary Bruce Green to Frederick Sharon discussing her trip to Boston and how it was 102 degrees but beautiful, other family news.
13 October [n.y.] - ALS - Frederick C. Sharon [Kansas City, MO] to Mary (May) Bruce Green [Lynn, MA]. A brief love letter written before boarding a train.
11 January 1904 - TLS - F.P. Axley [Murphy, NC] to Frederick C. Sharon [Kansas City, MO]. Axley, an attorney in North Carolina, writes urging Sharon to accept an offer on his wife's land in North Carolina.
22 January 1904 - TL - Frederick C. Sharon [Kansas City, MO] to F.P. Axley [Murphy, NC]. Sharon and his wife, May (Mary) Bruce Green Sharon, have discussed the matter and decided to accept the offer made on the North Carolina land.
5 March 1912 - Telegram from C.B. Shelby [Spokane, WA] to Henrietta Bruce Green [St. Louis, MO]. News of the death of Linden C. Alexander. Shelby wishes to know what to do with Alexander's body.
ca. 1921 - ANS - Note from "Babe" to Jeme expressing disappointment that Jeme and Lillie will not be able to visit and will miss a trip to Cooperstown.
June 1928 - Two tickets to the Republican National Convention in Kansas City. One has been used, the other has not.
ca. 1920's - Early drawings of Mary Bruce Green(Sharon) of flappers and other passengers on the ship 'S.S. South American'.
ca. 1932 - ALS - Mrs. H.B. Green [Kansas City, MO] to Jemmie relaying family news
ca. 1932 - ALS - Mrs. Charles E. Wortham, Jr. [Richmond, VA] to Mary Bruce Green Sharon. A letter regarding the death of Mary's mother.
15 April 1937 - AL - Probably from one of their children [Kansas City, MO] to Frederick C. and Mary (May) Bruce Sharon [Kansas City, MO]. A letter giving heartfelt thanks for two great parents.
6 September 1939 - ALS - Frederick C. Sharon [Kansas City, MO] to his wife, May (Mary) Bruce Green Sharon. A birthday love letter for May, who is now in her sixties.
10 July [possibly 1940s] - ALS - Frederick C. Sharon [Kansas City, MO] to his wife, May (Mary) Bruce Green Sharon. Accompanied an anniversary gift of gloves. It was their thirty-fourth wedding anniversary.
11 March 1941 - TDS - Affidavit of birth and delayed birth certificate for Frederick C. Sharon, filed in Carrollton, Greene Co., IL.
8 December 1948 - Note of paintings and their value written on American British Art Gallery [New York City, NY] stationary.
13 January 1953 - Photocopy of Cincinnati Times-Star article about the Roebling Suspension Bridge.
n.d. - TD - Typed story about the 1836 Bruce family portraits.
n.d. - TD - Typed short stories by unknown author; one about a flying machine, the other about Christmas.
n.d. - TD - Typed genealogy of the Bruce family.
n.d. - Old envelopes 1860's - 1880's addressed to Henry Bruce Jr.
n.d. - Miscellaneous newspaper clippings and obituaries for Henry Bruce, Mary E. Bruce and Pauline Bruce Duke.
n.d. - Handwritten listing of Henry Bruce Jr.'s daughters and spouses.
n.d. - Handwritten timeline of Henry Bruce Sr.
n.d. - TL - Thanksgiving thoughts of Frederick[?] Sharon mostly about the difficult times the nation was facing but thankful for his good fortune.
n.d. - "Beauties of the Seasons", handwritten tribute to the four seasons; author unknown.
n.d. - ALS - Shary to Mr. Heard regarding John Roebling, Henry Clay and Jefferson Davis.
n.d. - School merit cards of Henrietta Bruce Green.
n.d. - Handwritten religious poem by Henrietta Bruce Green.
11 February [n.y.] - Engraved invitation to Bruce's home, addressed to Mr. S. Lewis.
n.d. - Two notebooks, one with addresses and the other titled "Bruce Records" listing births, deaths and marriages.
n.d. - Handwritten timeline for Henry Bruce on the back of part of musical playbill.
n.d. - Newspaper article about the Bruce clan.
n.d. - "Fables in Slang". Handwritten story by unknown author.
n.d. - Miscellaneous notes and receipts of Henry Bruce Jr. on scraps of paper.
n.d. - Business cards for Henry Bruce (Southern Hotel) and Mme. Mears.
n.d. - TD - "Southern Memories" by Sallie Withers Bruce Morrison. Proud memories of the Confederacy during the Civil War.
n.d. - "The Guerrillas". A poem from the Richmond Examiner written by a Confederate prisoner while in a Yankee Bastile.
n.d. - ANS - Henrietta Bruce to Jeme[?] thanking her for the doll and that she plays with all the time and mother makes clothes for it. Daddy saw a cow loose and one man caught it while others crowded around.
n.d. - ALS - Babe [Cedar Rapids, Iowa] to Jeme telling her about her trip but that she ants to give up everything she has, even going to college, if Jeme will send Mary to school.
n.d. - AN - Note to Mary Bruce requesting butter and some mutton to tide them over and to send Jemmy so she can stay for the meeting. Send word to Martha Bruce about the meeting so she can attend.
n.d. - Miscellaneous engraved invitations to Misses Bruce for college class day and to the wedding of Alice Drake.
n.d. - Transactions recorded for the income from cattle and lots 1-7 that were sold.
n.d. - Miscellaneous photographs of Bruce family.