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Genealogical research of Mr. C. C. Berry, Dyer, Tenn. Includes correspondence with genealogist Mary Hoss Headman
Letters are all in Bert Garner’s hand, written from Paradise, Maryville, Tenn., undated or various dates, 1952, 1963, 1967, 1969. All letters to Lloyd Shue, Walland, Tenn.
Scrapbooks of Bert Vincent’s newspaper column “Strolling,” clipped without dates. Bert Vincent (1896-1974) was a regular newspaper columnist with the Knoxville News Sentinel from 1929 until his death.
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.
Bethel Cemetery (Kingston, Tenn.) Southwest Point D.A.R. historic preservation project.
Bethlehem Baptist Church Minutes. 1858-1901. The full name of the church is given only on an interior page. It appears to be in Monroe County, Tenn.
Poem entitled “Joy” (“How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of them that bringeth glad tidings”). By Betsey Beeler Creekmore. 1939. ADS 1 pc.
History of Knoxville High School, Class of 1941B.
Betsy Worden Mountain Landscape (watercolor) signed “B. Worden” lower right.
Patton, Kerr, Barbour -- material from Betty P. Barbour
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.
Photocopied typescripts of: - 1859 list of slaves owned by Elizabeth Brabson - family Bible record of John and Elizabeth Brabson - family letters, 1844-1877, including three 1865 letters - Brabson Cemetery (Sevier County, Tenn.) listing
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.
History of Big Spring Church (organized 1800? 1796?, Claiborne County, Tenn.). November 22, 1934, letter from W. S. Rosenbalm, Tazewell, Tenn., to John I. Snyder (Director, Land Acquisition, TVA) re: history of the Big Spring Church, its cemetery, is land to be taken for Norris Reservoir? LS 2 pp. (1 pc.) + 3 related memos and letters, a postcard of the church, and a printed page of church history.
Big Valley United Baptist Church of Christ Record Book, 1877-1904. Union County, Tenn. (also on microfilm)
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.
Bill Hunt Collection research on Knoxville High School 1 folder rec. May 2000 (added to Box 1) contains a history compiled by Mr. Hunt concerning the placing of the KHS building on the National Register of Historic Places. Folder includes 1 photograph of Bill Hunt.
Bill Melton, “Tobacco Road Revisited” [a memoir of growing tobacco in East Tennessee in the mid-twentieth century].
Bill Melton, “Tobacco Road” [a memoir of growing tobacco in East Tennessee in the mid-twentieth century].
Billy Graham Crusade in Knoxville, and Richard M. Nixon visit, 1970). Via John W. Gill, Jr. Re: Box of photographs of evidence from the trial of protestors at the stadium. 1970 protest of Vietnam War. Includes photographs.
“The Parentage, Birth, Nativity and Exploits of the Immortal Hero James Keelan, Who Defended Successfully the Bridge at Strawberry Plains, and Alone, Put to Flight Fifteen Lincolnites on the Night of the Eighth of November, A. D. 1861. By Radford Gatlin. First Edition. Atlanta, Ga. Daily Intelligencer Print. 1862.” Carbon typescript, 14 pp. (+ photocopy). Printed copies are cataloged with McClung Collection Case Books and Pamphlet Collection.
Color snapshot of painting of reclining nude woman hanging over the bar in the Bistro Restaurant adjacent to the Bijou on Gay Street, Knoxville. Used as a Christmas greeting postcard in December 2002 from Margaret (Grace) Boyd, sent to the McClung Collection. 4x6”.
Blackberry Farm Brochures, Walland, Tenn.
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.).
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 4509
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