Letters written from Lake County, Illinois soldier home to his parents in Warren Township, Illinois regarding life and events in the Illinois 65th Infantry regiment and on the battlefield. Correspondence, discharge and pension papers, and newspaper article are arranged chronologically. The folder also includes mounted uniform buttons and Army and Regimental pins and the History and Roster of the Sixty-Fifth Illinois Infantry. There are photocopies of all the documents in a second folder
Exterior and interior plans for Brand Brothers store which also served as first site for the Highalnd Park high school. Etching of building. In 2015, Walker Brothers restaurant resides in the building.
Specifications for Sylvester Millard House in Highland Park, Illinois. Cover page reads "Carpentry corrected no. 2. Specifications for of the Material and labor to be used and employed in the erection of a log cabin to be erected for S. M. Millard, Esq."
Scrapbook of professional photographs of Highland Park home interior and exterior in Central and Laurel Avenues area. Images on the interior wall include a young man in a Northwestern Military Academy Uniform, pendants for the academy and the University of Michigan and hunting ephemera.
The first scrapbook titled "Autographs" was a gift from her parents given at the age of 15. It contains personal notes and drawings sent to Bertha, including one from her future husband Frank Green. The second scrapbook is a mixture of Bertha's poetry as well as reviews of her recitations.