This collection contains correspondence between members of the Henry family, especially between John Woolf Jordan and James Henry and his son Granville Henry. Many of these letters discuss genealogical information relating to the Henry family.
An envelope addressed to Mrs. Robert W. Henry, Nazareth Borough, Pennsylvania on April 16, 1917. The envelope contained a handwritten letter by E. C. Greider about an article "Cadets on March" on January 8, 1880, as well as a typed letter to Quintus from R.W. Henry on February 4, 1883.
An envelope addressed to "Messrs. Jas. Henry & Son, Nazareth, Penna" with a return address from "Edw. K. Tryon, Jr., & Co., Bicycles, Fire Arms, FIshing Tackle, General Sporting Goods, Philadelphia," dated October 24, 1896. The envelope contained a newspaper article titled "Defense of Liberty Bell on Its First Journey. How Liberty Bell Escaped British. Great Contrast Between 1915 and 1777 When Relic was Hurried to Allentown" from July 8, 1915.
An envelope addressed to James Henry, containing an invitation to become a Manager of the Fourteenth Annual Charity Ball, held at the Academy of Music in 1894 to J.W. Jordan, a handwritten, five-page letter to James Henry from John W. Jordan on January 9, 1893, and a newspaper clipping titled "A New Ocean Steamer."