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Identifier: Artifact 2018.006
Scope and Contents 1982 World’s Fair Souvenir Brick.
Identifier: SPC 2019.040
Scope and Contents World’s Fair Souvenir postcards and snapshots.
Identifier: FB 0034
Scope and Contents Bible of George Worsham, 1828.
Identifier: MSC 0607
Scope and Contents 2 notebooks (1 manuscripts; 1 photographs) with detailed descriptive list; Worthington family; Duncan family; Anderson County Tenn; Tadlock’s Chapel, Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The family lived on the present site of Oak Ridge, Tenn. The family cemetery is on government property but maintained by the family. Jesse Brown Worthington (1839-1906) and his family founded Tadlock’s Chapel.
Identifier: MSC 0918
Scope and Contents Original notes on East Tennessee county cemeteries (WPA Check List Of Cemeteries). Note cards for Blount, Carter, Claiborne, Hawkins, White, Van Buren (incomplete) Counties. Typed transcriptions for some of the counties. Some cards are on printed half sheets of paper, others on 4 x 6 cards. Information is filled in by hand in pencil.
Identifier: SPC 2019.091
Scope and Contents B&W group portrait of Wright Family, also includes Buffat and Groner surnames 10” x 12” Typed description on back of photograph including location of photo [”taken at the home of Henry Baxter and Nancy Jean Groner on Emory Road west of Harrell Road, Knoxville, Tennessee, about 1905”] and identifications.
Identifier: MSC 0886
Scope and Contents W. S. (Winfield Scott) Hannum (1862-1938) was possibly born a slave in Blount County, Tennessee. However, he lived most of his life in Knoxville. Hannum was the longtime janitor of the Knox County Court House (1908-1938). He and his wife Julia were active members of the Shiloh Presbyterian Church in Knoxville. Hannum was also a member of District Grand Lodge No. 6, Grand United Order of Odd Fellows from 1902-1930. There are papers from the church and other interests of Hannum and his wife and a...
Identifier: MSC 0865
Scope and Contents WWII letters and cards to Mrs. J. M. Bevins, Knoxville, Tenn Misc. letterheads and other items.
WWII New Testament / T.E. Watterson Bible / John Barringer Bible / Jane Jaques Bible/ New Testament in French
Identifier: FB 0056
Scope and Contents 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
Dates: 1844, 1851, 1871, 1945
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.082
Scope and Contents Booklet listing financial summaries, baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and burials. Also lists of members of the parish council, Sunday school, school service league, women's bible class, St. John's guild, woman's auxiliary, second circle, chancel gild, men's club, daughters of the king, periodical club, young people's service league, brotherhood of St. Andrew, orphanage, boy scouts, girl scouts, communicants, and adult parishioners.
Yorktown Sesquicentennial scrapbook compiled by Mrs. Benjamin B. Cates, National Society of the Colonial Dames. (scrapbooks)
Identifier: PAS 0168
Scope and Contents Scrapbook of newspaper and other clippings about the Yorktown sesquicentennial celebration in 1931. Compiled by Mrs. Benjamin B. Cates, National Society of the Colonial Dames.
Scope and Contents Information on the Young Business Men’s Club: letter from donor Bernard I. Rose (6-30-1997) and response from Steve Cotham; handwritten list of presidents, 1921-1934;Roster of Young Business Men’s Club (no date); Trustees Certificate of Indebtedness to Unsecured Creditors of the East Tennessee National Bank of Knoxville (Dec. 22, 1933); Park National Bank statement of condition, December 30, 1939; letter to Depositors of the Former East Tennessee National Bank, January 29, 1940. 2 pp. + undated...
Identifier: FB 0106
Scope and Contents Young Family Bible and photographs. Bath County, Ky. “The Holy BIble: Old and New Testaments” was published in Cincinnati by E. Morgan & Company in 1851. The bible also has a Young family genealogy (handwritten) inserted with the section of births, deaths, and marriages. The genealogy was written by V. B. (Van Buren) Young (1830-1892). 24 photographs mounted on cards are also included, unidentified but mostly taken in Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Identifier: SPC 1997.060
Scope and Contents Young High School exterior and principal’s home. B&W 8 x 10”
Scope and Contents Young High School, 1914-1963. Photocopies of typescript and photograph
Dates: Event: 1914 - 1963
Scope and Contents Young High School, National Honor Society 1968, 1969.
Scope and Contents Young Men’s Literary Society Proceedings, December 7, 1841-March 12, 1844. Knoxville, Tenn. 1 volume (340 pp.).
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.131
Scope and Contents Schedule of topics and leaders for the 1892 meetings of the Young People’s Society of Christian Endeavor (Y.P.S.C.E.) in Knoxville. Includes a list of officers. The group met in the Christian Church at the corner of Park (current day Magnolia Ave) and Gay Street on Sunday evenings at 6:45. Printed by Eclectic Publishing Company of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Identifier: SPC 2011.009
Scope and Contents Young’s Department Store interior, ca. 1910. David Young’s first store on Main Street, Maryville, Tenn. Young’s was later purchased by Proffitt’s Department Store.
Dates: ca. 1910
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.099
Scope and Contents Four booklets listing program details, board of directors, officers, committee members, staff, financial statistics, and life members including Mrs. C. M. McClung. Years of booklets: 1939, 1942, 1946, and 1951.
Dates: 1939 - 1951
YWCA / YMCA (proposed YWCA building drawing (not built) in YMCA Special Edition, Knoxville Sentinel, Vol. 26, No. 64, March 16, 1914).
Identifier: NWP 0091
Scope and Contents YWCA / YMCA (proposed YWCA building drawing (not built) in YMCA Special Edition, Knoxville Sentinel, Vol. 26, No. 64, March 16, 1914).
Scope and Contents Letter from Zachr. Maclin, Nashville, to Col. [David] Henley, Knoxville. December 24, 1797. ALS 1 p. Re: his brother John is missing a black horse thought to have been taken by the Indians. Please give to the horse to his brother William Maclin to return. John did not know the horse was missing because he served with General Carter the past year.
Zion Hill Baptist Church Minutes, 1874-1915, 1915-1934. Anderson County, Tenn. (Gift of Mrs. L. Estelle Heron)
Identifier: MSC 0896
Scope and Contents Two minute books of Zion Hill Baptist Church, Anderson County, Tenn. First volume includes 1874-1915: Rules of Decorum and Articles of Faith, 1974. pp. 1-4; Constitution (May 2, 1842), pp. 5-8; List of Members, 1874-1904. pp. 9-25; Minutes, September 2, 1874-July 2, 1915. 1 volume. 312 pp. Second volume includes 1915-1934. List of Members in front, followed by Minutes, October 2, 1915-April 2, 1934.
Identifier: SPC 2010.006
Scope and Contents Cased ambrotype of four people, one in Confederate uniform believed to be Z. T. Willet based on newspaper clipping found with ambrotype. The other man is holding a Confederate uniform cap. Two unidentified women also in picture. Gold highlights and light tinting added to image. Break in glass at left, running across man in uniform. Handwritten note with picture: Taken by J. W. Keen, [Jonesboro, Tenn.]. October 14, 1861. Newspaper clipping (Corinth, Miss, April 18, 62) with ambrotype mention...
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 4300
- Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound 14
- Photographs 691
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 529
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 230
- Ephemera 166
- Scrapbooks 164
- Genealogy 149
- Portraits 141
- Schools 134
- Bibles 126
- Knox County (Tenn.) 109
- Clubs and organizations 106
- Deeds 100
- Correspondence 90
- African Americans 86
- Group portraits 82
- Account books 81
- American newspapers -- Local editions 81
- Artifacts 79
- Business enterprises 73
- Politics and government 73 ∧ less
- English 689
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 12
- French 1
- Billman, Linda 1