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Blair Jones letter to W. E. Parham, 1945.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2003.021
Scope and Contents Will E. Parham (1860-1946) was a woolen mill operator, a state legislator, and chairman of the Blount County Court for many years. He was considered “the Blount County historian” before such an office existed officially and spent many years researching the history and the family history of Blount County. February 9,1945, letter from Blair Jones, Pell City, Ala., to W. E. Parham, Maryville, Tenn. Typed letter, signed. 1 pc. on Mays & Jones letterhead. Re: Taylor family research. Stamped...
Dates: 1945

Blanche Allison Darst Collection (Genealogy).

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0376
Scope and Contents

Genealogical collection compiled by Blanche Allison Darst, aunt of the donor. Research concerning Allison, Hodge, and allied families.

Dates: 1920s-1990s

Blanche Hooten diploma from Southern Female College in Lagrange Georgia (in Latin (From the Hall-Stakely Papers)

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Identifier: QMM.2001.001
Scope and Contents

Printed diploma (with blanks filled in) for Blanche Hooten, Southern Female College in Lagrange, Georgia (diploma written in Latin). DS Parchment 1 pc. with blue ribbon.

Dates: 19th century

Blank forms used by S. H. Pearcy, Dayton, Rhea County, Tenn., for sale of personal property. 190[?]. Gift of Marilyn Stonecipher Collins.

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2000.007
Scope and Contents

Blank forms used by S.H. Pearcy, Dayton, Rhea County, Tenn., for sale of personal property. 190_. 7 copies. Forms list household items sold.

Dates: 1900s

Blount County scrip, 1862.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1990.005
Scope and Contents

Blount County, Tenn., scrip, five cents. Maryville, Tenn. January 6, 1862, Signed by W. M. Brickell, Chairman. Printed by Haws & Dunkerly, Knoxville, Tenn. No. 2356 (last number looks like a ‘5’ written over a ‘6’). 1 pc. Issued by Confederate States of America.

Dates: 1862

Blount County, Tenn. County Court Minutes, September 1795-October 1818. Typescript. And “List of Wills of Blount County, Tennessee.” (“Parham Collection”)

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Identifier: MSC 0638
Scope and Contents

County Court Minutes for Blount County, Tenn. September 1795-October 1818. (No 1812, no 1813). Indexed. Typescript. (Fragile). Also: List of Wills of Blount County, Tennessee. Compiled from the Will E. Parham Collection, 1953. 18 pp. TS

Dates: 1795-1818

Blount County Tenn. Land Grant and Deeds.

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Identifier: QMM.2019.001
Scope and Contents Blount County Tenn. Land Grant #2529 to John Rider for 200 acres in 1812 signed by Willie Blount and survey #344 for this property (attached) dated 8 July 1807. Survey for 6 acres dated 16 July 1816 adjacent to 200 acre tract. Blount County Tenn. Deed for sale of tract 132 acres on Bakers Creek dated 6 December 1828 and original cover for the folded document. Receipt for registration of this deed dated 7 June 1831 signed by Jac. F. Foute. Settlement with heirs of Eli Johnson dated 29...
Dates: 1808; 1812; 1816; 1828; 1831; 1884

Blount Mansion Association 2020-2021 Annual Report

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Identifier: Ephemera 2022.004
Scope and Contents

Annual Report of the Blount Mansion National Historic Landmark for 2020-2021.

Dates: 2020 - 2021

Blount Mansion Photographs

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Identifier: SPC 1997.001
Scope and Contents

Blount Mansion (2 ext.; main hall; drawing room); portrait of Governor William Blount; monument in memory of Mary Boyce Temple (DAR); St. John’s Episcopal Church (int.).

Dates: undated

Blue & Gray (East High School), v. 1 (1961-62), v. 15 (1965-66); Blue & White (Knoxville High School) v. 4-5 (1925-27), v. 29 (1950-51). (newspapers)

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Identifier: NWP 0024
Scope and Contents

Blue & Gray (East High School), v. 1 (1961-62), v. 15 (1965-66); Blue & White (Knoxville High School) v. 4-5 (1925-27), v. 29 (1950-51).

Dates: 1961-1962, 1965-1966, 1925-1927, 1950-1951

Blue and White, Knoxville High School. (1923-1951)

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Identifier: NWP 0005
Scope and Contents

Knoxville High School, Blue and White. 1927-1951. Boxes 1-5, bound Blue and White in chronological order. Boxes 6-8 duplicate volumes and loose issues.

Dates: 1923-1951

Blue Circle #8

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Identifier: SPC 1997.008
Scope and Contents

Blue Circle #8 (restaurant), 5003 N. Broadway, Knoxville, Tenn. 8 x10 “ color. Copied from advertisement, enlarged and color enhanced.

Dates: undated

“Blue Circle: A Happy Place for Hungry People” by Jeff Stooksbury, in Burger Boy Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer 2001. “The Gilded Age of the Golden Arches,” Edwin Schlechter. Burger Boy Magazine, Winter 2002.

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Identifier: Ephemera 2003.006
Scope and Contents

“Blue Circle: A Happy Place for Hungry People” by Jeff Stooksbury, in Burger Boy Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer 2001. Restaurant started by Homer Longmire of Knoxville; first listed in 1932 Knoxville phone book at 614 Market Street. Also (photocopy added May 27, 2003): “The Gilded Age of the Golden Arches,” Edwin Schlechter. Burger Boy Magazine, Winter 2002. Re: Early McDonalds fast food restaurants.

Dates: 2001-2002

Boak Bible.

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Identifier: FB 0057
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: Publication: 1876

Board of Trustees of Jackson College proceedings, 1900-1913.

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Identifier: MM.1997.114
Scope and Contents

Proceedings of the Trustees of Jackson College, Columbia, Tenn. 1900-1913 (minutes). 1 vol.

Dates: 1900-1913

Body of Miss Jennie Greer

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Identifier: QSPC 1999.002
Scope and Contents

Body of Miss Jennie Greer (daughter of P.A. and Sallie Greer) lying in casket. Ca. 1920. B&W 10 x 7.5” print on 14 x12” matte.

Dates: circa 1920

Bohemian Cooperative Farming Company (research paper by Ernest I. Miller, 1941).

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Identifier: MM.nd.006
Scope and Contents

Typewritten research paper and research correspondence on the Bohemian Cooperative Farming Company in Mayland, Cumberland County, Tenn., founded in the spring of 1913 (folded ca, 1916). Written by Ernest I. Miller as a graduate research paper in 1941.

Dates: 1941

Bondurant Brothers (photographs)

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Identifier: SPC 2019.005
Scope and Contents

Bondurant Brothers, photographs of the business operation

Dates: 1950-1960

Bonny Kate Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution Collection.

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Identifier: MSC 0036
Scope and Contents

Bonny Kate Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) application papers, minutes (1893-1992 and as received), miscellaneous records, membership certificate for Mary Boyce Temple, silver loving cup of Mary Boyce Temple. The Charter is framed.

Dates: 1893

Bonny Kate D. A. R. Programs

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Identifier: Ephemera 2019.110
Scope and Contents

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).

Dates: 1902 - 1918

“Bonny Kate Pioneer Lady” by Mark Strength. Two posters for the book. Part of the Sevier Family Collection, Sevier Family Association. (posters)

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Identifier: MSC 0406f
Scope and Contents

Two color posters mounted on foam core board, advertising the book Bonny Kate: Pioneer Lady; A romantic historical novel by Mark Strength. Copyright 2008. (McClung Collection has a cataloged copy of the book). 2 pcs. Part of the Sevier Family Collection, Sevier Family Association.

Dates: 2008

Bonny Kate Sevier reinterment, remarks by Mary Boyce Temple.

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Identifier: MM.2003.010
Scope and Contents

Typescript of the remarks of Miss Mary Boyce Temple tracing ‘the life of Catherine Sherrill...as the casket waits final interment.’ Bonny Kate Chapter, D. A. R. Mrs. G. F. Harrison, chairman, Historical & Literary Reciprocity Committee, 1929-1930. 7 pp. Re: life and reinterment of Bonny Kate Sevier.

Dates: 1929-1930

Booker-Neely Microfilm Room Dedication Display

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Identifier: Ephemera 2022.010
Scope and Contents

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"

Dates: 2021

Boren Family Papers, 1839-1909.

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Identifier: MSC 0001
Scope and Contents Papers of Dr. Montgomery Decater Lasley Boren and his sons David C., John C., and William G. Boren. From Carter County and East Tennessee. 1839-1909. Papers include family matters, correspondence, receipts, pension materials, distillery records, and a photograph album owned by M. D. L. Boren, which contains pictures of Union generals, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, and Hesikiah Boring. Topics include farming, business, medical practice, distillation of alcoholic beverages, and the Civil...
Dates: 1839-1909

Boston Recorder, National Journal (Washington, DC), Western Carolinian. (newspapers)

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Identifier: NWP 0043
Scope and Contents

Boston Recorder, National Journal (Washington, DC), Western Carolinian. (newspapers)

Dates: 1818-1824

Botanical Specimens in Scrapbook

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Identifier: PAS 0071
Scope and Contents

Scrapbook (maker unknown) with botanical specimens and handwritten notes with Latin names. 1891-1892.

Dates: 1891 - 1892

Boyd and Barton Collection.

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Identifier: MSC 0453
Scope and Contents Photographs and papers related to the Boyd and Barton families of East Tennessee. Box 1 includes handwritten Mason genealogy, possibly by Sue Boyd, tracing family from 1773-1891; Sue Boyd autograph album collecting signatures and notes from 1860-1863, including a note from “Cousin Belle Boyd”; Sue Boyd Barton letter to H.L. McClung dated July 1, 1924, including a mention of a gift of a black locust mallet cut from part of the foundation of Blount House; Boyd family photos, including some...
Dates: 1860-1924

Boyd-Barton Collection.

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Identifier: MSC 0384
Scope and Contents Boyd-Barton Collection, gift of Betty Tarpy. Contains 4 unidentified tintypes, photographs, papers, 1 glass plate negative, 2 framed photographs (including an unidentified woman in ruff and small cap), 2 photograph albums, 1 album of art cards, 4 scrapbooks, and The Journal and Tribune, May 17, 1909. An inventory and a list of photographs in the albums are available. Includes: Margaret McCalla’s book of “Themes,” Alvin Barton Tribute in 1901 Tennessee University Magazine, Susan H. Boyd...
Dates: 1882-1928

Boyd Family Collection -- Boyd and Lutz Papers (Gift of Mrs. Caroline Tyson).

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Identifier: MSC 0313
Scope and Contents

Boyd family manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs and books. (partially processed). Includes newspaper clippings and papers of the Boyd and Lutz families. Especially Carrie Lou Boyd Lutz (Mrs. Charles Lutz).

Dates: 1830-1930

Boyd Family Photograph

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Identifier: SPC 2009.007
Scope and Contents

Family photograph of the Boyd Family of Knoxville. Taken by T.M. Schleier, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1850s. Standing: Samuel Beckett Boyd (lawyer, judge, Mayor of Knoxville). Seated, l-r: Sophia(?) Boyd Conick(?), Eva Boyd Munson, Jimmy Boyd, Sue Boyd Barton, Susan Howard Mason Boyd (Mrs. Samuel B.), Ella Boyd, John Mason Boyd, and Anna Boyd Fleming.

Dates: 1850-1870