Hello, Shanon -
The fact that the crib was given to you without the hardware is a "red flag" to me that something may not be right with the crib, beyond just not having assembly hardware.
I began looking for assembly instructions for your model of crib, hoping the instructions would include images and parts numbers for the missing hardware. I did find instructions for a crib manufactured by C & T International, Model #740 Vick Crib. Is that your model of crib, perhaps? If so, this is the link to the assembly instructions, which can be downloaded (free):https://www.manualslib.com/manual/769396/CAndt-International-740-Vick-Crib.html#manual
Note: To save and read or print the instructions you will need Adobe Reader software (free.)
See page 4 of the manual for the hardware list giving the bolt lengths and identifying the other hardware.
Thinking the C & T International Model #740 Vick Crib might be the one you have, I tried to find the company's website to determine if the missing parts could be ordered and purchased from the company.
I found this information about a 2010 recall of many cribs manufactured by C & T International/Sorelle:https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2010/ct-internationalsorelle-recalls-cribs-due-to-strangulation-and-suffocation-hazards
The #740 Vick (Vicki ?) model crib is not listed.
However, if you believe the crib you have was one manufactured by C & T International/Sorelle, I recommend you call the company and ask if it was included in the crib recall. This is the link to the Sorelle Furniture Contact Us page, where you can find the phone number to call (weekday, office hours) and a form which you can complete to send an email:http://www.sorellefurniture.com/contact-us/
Personal opinion: The fact that there is no hardware with the crib parts makes be think it was a recalled crib model and should not be used as a crib, even if the hardware can be replaced. Instead, a crafty/handy person could use most of the crib parts to create a clever settee, with no moving parts (like a drop down side for a crib.)
Note: If it turns out that your model crib was recalled, the person who gave it to you may not have known about the recall either and thought it was a bargain found at a yard sale.