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Washington Co., Fall Branch, Tenn. 1887, Receipt for Medical services of Dr. M. F. Geralds, M. D., for services to Col. S. K. N. Patton
Identifier: Ephemera 1887.001
Scope and Contents Washington Co., Fall Branch, Tenn., 1887, Receipt for Medical services of Dr. M.F. Geralds, M.D., for services to Col. S.K.N. Patton (commander, 8th Tenn.. Vol Cav., U.S., Civil War). Recd. from son, Landon H. Patton, signed by Saml. D. Vincent. This is a receipt for medical services received on the estate of Col. Samuel Kelsey Nelson Patton, who died in late 1886. Col. Patton was a famous East Tenn. unionist and activist who served in the Tenn. legislature during and after the civil war. It is...
Scope and Contents Washington County, Kentucky, Justice of the Peace appointments for David Caldwell, John E. King, Philip Clayland, and Charles Wickliffe. Signed by Governor Isaac Shelby, 1793.
Identifier: MSC 0124
Scope and Contents Early Washington County, Tenn, tax lists, 1787-1790. See itemized listing with the collection. An article on some of these lists appears in East Tennessee Historical Society Publications, No. 35, 1963, pp. 107-114. (Photocopies) Paul M. Fink (1892-1980) was a native of Jonesborough, Tennessee and lifelong student of the history and culture of Washington County, Tennessee. He had the longtime honor of serving as the Washington County Historian and took to it with enthusiasm and gusto. One of his...
Identifier: NWP 0033
Scope and Contents Washington Republican and Congressional Examiner. (newspapers)
Identifier: Artifact 2014.003
Scope and Contents Artifact 2014.003 Washington’s Farewell Address, a Kingsport Press Miniature Presidential Book (1932). 1 miniature volume with blue cover with gold embossing. Approx. 9/16 x 14/16”. The books in this series are titled Addresses of Abraham Lincoln (1929), The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge (1930), and Washington’s Farewell Address (1932). The miniature books in this collection were created by the Kingsport Press training division as student exercises in 1929, 1930 and again in 1932. Although...
Identifier: NWP 0019
Scope and Contents Watchdog, published by Cas Walker. (1969-1981) (incomplete run of issues) Also available on microfilm (1974-1981)
Identifier: PAS 0010
Scope and Contents Photograph album of black and white photographs of various water mills in East Tennessee and North Carolina. Also, typed description of photographs (7 pp.) + map locating mill sites (compiled February 1955; photocopy). Names of places and/or mills include: Nuff, Tenn.; Goodenuff; Bridgewater, N.C.; Armstrong Mill; Rice's Mill; Finley McClain’s Mill; Boomer; Max Patch; James M. Deacon Saw Mill; Bowman Mill; Jake Hick’s corn mill; old Morgan Mill; Falls Branch Roller Mill; Patterson’s Mill;...
Scope and Contents Unsigned handwritten history of “Water Street” and about Knoxville and its citizens. No author, no dates mentioned in the text. 15 pp. Mentions anecdote about William G. Brownlow as Knoxville’s ugliest man.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.022
Scope and Contents Burgundy paper bag with “Watson’s” printed in white across the front.
Identifier: MSC 0025
Scope and Contents Papers of William H. Watterson (1836-1908), son of Henry and Lydia Hutchisson Watterson, Hawkins County, Tenn. William H. Watterson attended Emory and Henry College in Virginia and studied law under L. C. Haynes. He served in the Confederate Army from 1861-1865 and practiced law in Rogersville, Tenn. He married Minerva B. Riley in 1870. He was clerk and master of the chancery court of Hawkins County, the mayor of Rogersville, and a United States Commissioner. Papers include: personal and...
Scope and Contents Photocopies of: 1780 Hettick-Watterson deed of conveyance, PA; 1803 letter from Sarah Coates to Edward Watterson, Hawkins County, Tenn.; 1827 letter from Wm. Watterson to Henry Watterson, Hawkins County, Tenn.; 1855 letter from H. Watterson, Hawkins County, Tenn., to William (mentions McMinn Academy); 1864 letter from W.H. Watterson, Glade Spring, Va., to family (re: Civil War).
Scope and Contents Photocopy of October 26, 1813, letter from Ch. Watts, Knoxville, Tenn., to Mother & Sister (M. H. Watts, Beachtree, N. Y.). ALS 3 pp. + printed cover. Mentions his travels, brief description of Knoxville, business in Charleston, Creek Indians, etc.
Webb Scrapbook: Facts and Memories of Family (McNutt, Webb, Anderson, Woodson, Owen). (Gift of Mrs. Evelyn Goddard Kirby).
Identifier: PAS 0079
Scope and Contents Webb Scrapbook: Facts and Memories of Family (McNutt, Webb, Anderson, Woodson, Owen). From Mrs. Evelyn Goddard Kirby. Typed list [by Dr. J. C. Tumblin] re: selected highlights of the scrapbook.
Identifier: SPC 1995.024
Scope and Contents Webb’s Store, Knoxville, Tenn.. Exterior, night shot. 8x10” B&W Thompson Company, Knoxville, Tenn.
Wedding Book given to Elizabeth Frances Sale for her wedding to Thomas Eugene Nichols, 26 April 1934, Covington, Tenn.
Identifier: Ephemera 1934.001
Scope and Contents Gene Nichols attended the University of Tennessee, later lived and worked in Knoxville for TVA and also served with distinction in WWII
Identifier: NWP 0008
Scope and Contents Weekly Review (newspapers) Published by Don Walker, Knoxville, Tenn. Featuring music and arts.
Scope and Contents Material re: Weigel burials. Disinterment, McNutt Cemetery, September 13, 1982. Reinterment, Asbury Cemetery, September 14, 1982. Permits for final disposition of human remains for: Ein, Kliener Weigel; Christian G. Weigel; Carl Augustus Weigel; Johanna Christina Hirsch Weigel. Photocopies + 26 photographs showing tombstones, disinterment, remains.
“We’ll Show You When We Come to Vote, The Great Woman's Suffrage.” Song & Chorus by Frank Howard. 1869. (sheet music) (ephemera)
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2008.001
Scope and Contents “We’ll Show You When We Come to Vote, The Great Woman's Suffrage.” ‘To Mrs. J.M. Ashley.’ Song & Chorus by Frank Howard. Toledo, O, 1869. Published at W.W. Whitney’s “Palace of Music.” Inside: “We’ll Vote Against the Terrible Men.” 6 pp. (3 sheets).(sheet music) (ephemera). Cover has drawing of women at ballot box.
Identifier: FB 0013
Scope and Contents Bible printed in Welsh “Presented by W. W. Williams of Gomer, Ohio to the Welsh Congregational Church, Knoxville, Tenn., 1876” There is no family information in the bible.
Welsh Congregation Church Record Book; Roll Book of Second Congregational Church (Knoxville, Tenn.).
Identifier: MSC 0137
Scope and Contents Welsh Congregation Church Record Book(1869-1897) ; Roll Book of Second Congregational Church (Knoxville, Tenn.) (1883-1927)
Welsh Records. Includes First Congregational Church Minute Book, 1895-1904. (Gift of Sarah J. Monier)
Identifier: MSC 0296
Scope and Contents Knoxville Welsh community records, including: First Congregational Church Minute Book, 1895-1904; Welsh gold medal “Knoxville 1890”; photograph of Eleanor Lewis, 1939; three promissory notes for the purchase of the Atkins Street Presbyterian Church (old Welsh Church), 1902, 1903, 1904; typescript notes re: Knoxville Welsh community from Elizabeth Morris; letter from Mrs. Stanley Brown, Jr., Knoxville, to Mrs. Ted Lewis, 1974.
Identifier: PAS 0106
Scope and Contents Werewolf Club of Knoxville. Scrapbooks and club history.
Dates: 1935 - 1988
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.068
Scope and Contents Wesley House started as Brookside Settlement Home 1905 operated by the Brookside Mills kindergarten Association to serve children in the vicinity of Brookside Mills and the Lonsdale community.
Identifier: SPC 1996.010
Scope and Contents West End Street Railway, Circle Park, Knoxville, Tenn. 1897. Electric car (streetcar) with 5 men, l-r: unknown; Matt Johnson?; J.E. Phelps (died 1904), conductor; unknown; Charles F. Wayland, Motorman. Sepia print, mounted.
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.069
Scope and Contents West High School, Knoxville, Tenn. 60th Anniversary
Identifier: MSC 0348
Scope and Contents West Knoxville Fire Department Charter Book, 1893, and minutes from November 1893- January 1898 (+ fire related Q&As). 1 volume.
Identifier: NWP 0016
Scope and Contents West Side Story (1967-1991), Bearden Press Enterprise (1991-1992), West Side/Farragut Press Enterprise (1993-1998), Farragut Press Enterprise (1998-2002), Farragut Press (2003-date)
Identifier: MSC 0431
Scope and Contents Westmoreland Garden Club. Scrapbooks (1951-1961; 1962-1972; 1973-1981); Minutes (1952-1959; 1959-1966; 1983-1984)
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.001
Scope and Contents Westmoreland Heights “Knoxville’s Ideal Suburb” Exclusive selling agents McMillin & Klein. Map with lots. Survey 1925. 1 pc. (plot map on inside). Ephemera.
Identifier: MSC 0430
Scope and Contents Westmoreland Heights Neighborhood Association. Minutes (2003-2008); Neighborhood History Interview Questionnaire; Scrapbook with photographs and information on some neighborhood houses; Loose color photographs of houses, mostly not identified