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S. H. (Samuel Houston) Jestes married Bertha Jones January 1, 1914 in Morgan County, Tenn. (photocopy of marriage license in box). Correspondence arranged chronologically. List of letters included in box.
Betsy Worden Mountain Landscape (watercolor) signed “B. Worden” lower right.
One page article from Woman's Home Companion volume XL, No. 8, August 1913. The Better Babies Movement was for "fathers and mothers who place their children before everything else" and the Woman's Home Companion's Better Babies Bureau developed the score card for the Better Babies Contest to promote the movement. Article includes photos: Lyceum Building, Annie Schuber, Sidney June Chastain, Eugene Galyon, Charles T. Cates, Jr., Mary Lura Noel, Nelson Perry Merchant, F.C. Metler.
Bible, Donahue. Captain Alfred J. “Jim” Lane--Recruiter and “Pilot to Ky.”
Bible of J. M. and Martha Bridges Bowman, Campbell County, Tenn. Bible is in poor condition. Also includes one copy photograph [J.M. and Martha Bridges Bowman] and the image on a CD.
Bibles WWII New Testament. Gift of Virginia K. Nelson, 1995. T.E. Watterson Bible, 1844 John Barringer Bible (may have come from Mrs. H.R. Duncan)--no family entries. Jane Jaques Bible (1871, New Testament) New Testament in French, 1851
Big Ears Official Program, pass bracelet, Donor Benefits Card.
Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tenn. is an annual musical festival meant to bring artists and audiences together to create and share transformative experiences with a borderless mix of music, film, and conversation.
Promotional portrait of Big John Tate by Champion Promotions Inc. Autographed.
Nine cards illustrated by Bill Dyer depicting his family during Christmas.
Knoxville, Tenn., Geo. [George] Tobler, Dairyman, Pure Milk and Cream, December 1900, printed billhead to Mrs. Armstrong for $3.75. Says the bill is paid, signed Geo. Tobler.
Photographs and genealogical information about Coy W. Black, Sr. Family (Greene County, Tenn.), John Boyd Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.), Frank Cain Clamon Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.), and Daniel Jones Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.).
Annual Report of the Blount Mansion National Historic Landmark for 2020-2021.
Boak family Bible, 1876. Given to Sarah E. [Marshall] Boak by Samuel Marshall, 1876. Includes family entries for the George and Sarah Marshall Boak family. Copy of family pages + loose papers from Bible (with 2 photographs) in folder with Bible.
Yearly programme booklets for the Bonny Kate Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution for years 1902-1903, 1910-1911, 1911-1912, 1916-1917, and 1917-1918. Books include Topics of Monthly Meetings, Officers and Member lists, and By-Laws (not in every booklet).
Photographs and captions for display in 3rd floor display case at McClung Collection. The display highlighted the accomplishments of Robert Booker and Jack Neely in honor of the dedication of the McClung Microfilm Room as the "Booker-Neely Microfilm Room"
Scrapbook (maker unknown) with botanical specimens and handwritten notes with Latin names. 1891-1892.
Morton Rose, Jr. research on families of Boyd's Creek in Sevier County, Tennessee. Most surnames have two folders:the Outline Descendants Charts and the Genealogy Reports.
Bible (American Bible Society, 1831) with Bradshaw and Biggs family entries. + 2 loose letters and unidentified postcard/photograph of child.
1805 Bradshaw Rankin Bible (Jennet Bradshaw and Thomas Rankin, md. 1789). 1805 Bible, eighth Philadelphia Edition, printed from the last Oxford Edition, Philadelphia. Printed by Matthew Cary, No. 122m Market Street, M.DCCC.V. (1805). Information from New Testament Title page; Bible is missing front cover and front title page; back cover is not attached. Three pages from the Christopher Houston Rankin Bible were also donated. They were damaged in a fire in 1978.
Braille Bible (Book of Psalms) (American Bible Society of New York, 1872) and Kneass’ Philadelphia Magazine For The Blind, 1883, 1886.
Three portraits with “Branson” signature underneath. One color portrait of seated woman; one black-and-white portrait of two children, seated; one black-and-white portrait of child, standing. All unidentified.
Committee report on “Bridges across Clinch and Holston Rivers, Virginia and Tennessee”, House of Representatives, 61st Congress, 2nd Session, Report No 938, House Calendar No 162, April 5, 1910.
Briscoe, W. Russell. “The Great Gay Street Fire” April 8, 1897 (Photocopy of typed notes that artist used to talk about his painting of the Gay Street Fire).
- Language: English X
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 1245
- Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound 23
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 223
- Bibles 113
- Photographs 104
- Genealogy 73
- Business enterprises 57
- Correspondence 57
- Scrapbooks 55
- Artifacts 48
- Clubs and organizations 43
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 42
- Architectural drawings and plans 37
- Portraits 35
- Events 34
- Programs 34
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville 32
- Ephemera 30
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 29
- Advertisements 28
- Promotional materials 25
- Knox County (Tenn.) 23 + ∧ less
- French 3
- Cherokee 1
- National Film Preservation Foundation (U.S.) 8
- Billman, Linda 1
- Cirillo, Marie , 1929- 1
- Crowder, Mike 1
- Dennis, Mildred Keister, 1903-1993 1