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American Historical Wax Museum (Gatlinburg, Tenn.)
American Legion, Dept. of Tennessee, Fifteenth Annual Convention, Sept. 3-4-5, 1933
American Legion Scrapbook, 1920s.
Newspaper clippings about American Legion, many dated and identified.
American Museum of Atomic Energy. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Brochure with photographs (Radioactive Dime Souvenir, etc.). Lists exhibits, hours, nearby attractions, and includes maps. No date; ca. 1960s. Stamped on front: Distributed by Stuckey’s Fine Pecan Candies. 1 pc. (tri-fold). Ephemera.
American Temperance University diplomas and publications, 1899-1902.
“American Women Composers” by E. Katherine Crews, Spring 1958 (paper for Music 546, FSU, Tallahassee, Fla.). Carbon TS. 19 pp. Plus notes, clipping on Sarah Caldwell, 1976, and “Orff-Schulwerk Bibliography” complied by Katherine Crews, 1970. TS copy, 10 pp.
The Thomas Amis Papers and the Amis Family Collection. Thomas Amis was a pioneer settler of upper East Tennessee. He was a community leader who operated a tavern, a distillery, and a saw mill. His house was near the Ebbing and Flowing Spring and still stands today. Includes the Thomas Amis Account Books 1783-1797. The Amis Family Papers include a store Day Book (1801-1807), and another 1832-1844. Also other documents. A later item is the T. J. Amis Notebook 1847-1872.
Handwritten petition addressed to “His Excellency Abraham Lincoln President of the United States” dated April 7, 1865 requesting the release of Confederate prisoner Alfred Layne (Company B 20th Tennessee) and signed by John B. Layne, T. H. Roberts, John Hugh Smith (Mayor of Nashville), W. G. Brownlow (Governor of Tennessee), and others.
1850 report of the number of children in the 18th District (county not identified) by Amos Carter. Includes a list of names followed by a number.
‘An Act to Incorporate the Knoxville Iron Works,’ Signed by F. Richards, Speaker of the (Tennessee) House of Representatives, and D.W.C. Senter, Speaker of the (Tennessee) Senate. Passed February 1, 1868. ADS 4 pp. (fragile; some tape). + typed note re: donation of charter to the McClung Historical Collection from the Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs. 1 p. + “Racheff History Talk to Knoxville City Officials” by Lois Van Wie, presented August 17, 1993. TS 3 pp.
Program from a performance of Maya Angelou at University of Tennessee on October 21, 1982 presented by Women’s Coordinating Council with reception immediately following by Black Cultural Programming Committee.
An Historical Account of the Families of John and Elizabeth Upton McCammon, Jonathan and Elizabeth Cunningham Pickel and William and Eliza E. E. Pickel McCammon...1757-1937. By W. A. McCammon (genealogy)
An Historical Account of the Families of John and Elizabeth Upton McCammon, Jonathan and Elizabeth Cunningham Pickel and William and Eliza E. E. Pickel McCammon with Complete Genealogical Record of the William and Eliza E. E. Pickel McCammon Family, 1757-1937. By W. A. McCammon. Denver, Colo. 1937. Typed manuscript. 39 pp. + 15 p. index.
Anacin Manufacturing Co. “The Employees of Anacin Manufacturing Company, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 24, 1943”
“The Employees of Anacin Manufacturing Company, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 24, 1943” (Army Navy E Flag on wall in photograph)
“Anchor Buggies: W. B. Minnis & Co., New Market, Tenn.” printed advertising sign (cardboard, 7 x 36 inches) (black letters on light orange background).
Aerial photograph of the Anchorage Restaurant and Marina and Cate’s Bridge, ca. 1950. Restaurant was owned by Stuart McCroskey (later sold to ______ Creech, and later it burned). Located on Knox and Blount County line. Provides view of the railroad bridge and Cate’s Bridge; Jewish Country Club was located on the hill above the restaurant. Riverlake Lodge Motel was out of photograph, to the right.
Program for Anderson County Veterans Day, Fairgrounds, Clinton, Tenn. July 4, 1946. Includes a history of Anderson County naming many of the pioneer families. Local business and political ads. Printed by Courier News of Clinton. Approximately 50 pp.
Family Bible of Andrew Blackburn McFarland (August 8, 1792-May 20, 1873) (born in Jefferson County, Tenn.). 1816 Bible sold by Collins & Co., NY. Bought in 1817 for $6.50. Family entry pages in poor condition; fragile, torn, some ball point ink added.
The Holy Bible Old and New Testaments (New York: American Bible Society, 1830) Inscriptions: “Andrew David Ralston was born August 3, 1803’ “Mary Francis Ralston was born September 20th 1835” No further family information
February 9, 1796, deed from Andrew English, Green County, to John Hunt, Knox County, for land in Knox County, Tenn. Witnessed by Jas. Miller, John Childress, Robert Miller. ADS 1 pc.
Abstract of July 4, 1856 letter from Andrew Jackson, Jr., Hermitage, to Editors, Union and American. Re: selling the Hermitage, his father’s grave.
Andrew Jackson McCallie Diary, 1883, and his account book,1860-1868, and Trundles Cross Roads Account Book,1867-1868, kept by Othneil Morton Whittle.
1883 diary of Andrew Jackson (A. J.) McCallie (1819-1904), Trundles Cross Roads [Sevier County, Tenn]. 1 vol. (marks and notes in ink were written by Joseph M. McCallie, son of A. J. McCallie); account book of A. J. McCallie, 1860-1868 (living in Bradley County, Tenn.) 1 vol.; Trundles Cross Roads [Sevier County, Tenn.] account book, 1867-1868. According to donor, it was kept by Othneil Morton Whittle (1831-1908). 1 vol.
Andrew Johnson Bicentennial Birthday Commemorated. Postal cachet with “From Tailor to President” and image of Andrew Johnson with Anniversary Station Greeneville, Tenn., images on the envelope. December 29, 1808, December 29, 2008. 42 cent stamp. 1 pc. Ephemera.
Anderson County, Tenn., commission for eight Justices of the Peace. Signed by Governor Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State Edward East. March 6, 1864. DS 1 pc.
Menu from the Andrew Johnson Hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. Tuesday Dinner, February 18, 1941. Printed. 1 pc. Ephemera.
Menu from the Andrew Johnson Hotel, Knoxville, Tennessee. ‘The Tavern.’ Dec. 31, 1959 written in ink on the cover. Front cover has color photograph of the mountains, back cover has 8 color photographs of the hotel int. Menu printed inside (1 c.) with two loose inserts: dinner menu for December 31, 1959 and smaller listing.
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 4406
- Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound 15
- Photographs 732
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 545
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 230
- Ephemera 170
- Scrapbooks 165
- Genealogy 151
- Portraits 146
- Schools 134
- Bibles 131
- Knox County (Tenn.) 113
- Clubs and organizations 108
- Correspondence 105
- Deeds 102
- Business enterprises 90
- African Americans 86
- Group portraits 82
- Account books 81
- American newspapers -- Local editions 81
- Artifacts 79
- Politics and government 73 ∧ less
- English 939
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 15
- Welsh 6
- French 4
- German 2