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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.
Printed political cartoon re: Andrew Johnson entitled ‘Johnson’s Love For the Soldier.’ Ca. 1866. Portrays favoritism of African American solders over white soldiers. Back of card is printed with information about paying Black soldiers $300.00 and not having money to pay White soldiers $100.00. Anti-Johnson. 3 x 4.25.” 7 copies.
“Andrew Johnson: Seventeenth President of the United States” Currier & Ives Lithograph (no date)
Bond of Andre McClung, Greenbrier County, Va., to Samuel McClung. October 1, 1811. ADS 1 pc.
January 5, 1833 bond between Andrew McMillan, Hugh A.M. White, Calvin Morgan, William Park and William S. Howell, all of Knox County, Tenn., and the Bank of the State of Tennessee. $100,000 bond for Andrew McMillan as cashier of the Knoxville Branch of the Bank.
Andy Hurst; Files on Knoxville area Artists. Compiled while he was working on art and frame restoration projects for works by these artists. Also includes some information on works that he did conservation work on.
Small artifacts; Charlie Daniels original cartoons of UT football; political ephemera.
The Holy Bible containting the Old and New Testaments, translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. New York: American Bible Society. 1850.
Anna Catherine Wiley’s application to the National Academy of Design, New York. 7 handwritten sheets. Re: her career as an artist. + transcription of application and 1987 letter of acknowledgment.
Letter from Anna Gillispie(?), Riceville, to her brother A.L. Gillispie(?), New Market, Tenn. No date. ca. 1830s-1840s. ALS 1 p, Re: clothing made and sent to brother. Also, note inviting Mr. Johns to tea, Hawkinsville, February 27, 1836.
October 19, 1918, letter from Anna M. Branch, New London, Conn., to Mrs. C. M. McClung (or McClure?), Knoxville, Tenn. ALS 1 pc. + env. Thanking her for complimentary letter.
This collection includes copies of many of her articles, typescripts of her plays, and a handwritten copy of her (as of 06/2019) unpublished autobiography. In addition, many family photos and other family ephemera, as well as correspondence (her father’s Civil War letters and other personal correspondence of AWA). There are a number of books (primarily novels) included with the collection -- including first editions of both of her novels.
Annie Brownlow Patrick, ca. 1888-1893, Taken by A.E. Rinehart Studio, Londoner Block, Denver, CO. She was the daughter of W.G. Brownlow.
February 1, 1787, letter from Annie Christian (Beargrass, Ky.) to Captain Patrick Edwards, Fort William. ALS 1 p. Re: expecting trouble from Indians in the summer; let Mr. Curcundoll and Breden have land; “the people up in Lincoln are about being draughted to go against the Chicmoggas”; Indians stealing horses at McEfee’s and killed a man near Col. Shelby’s. + handwritten note on Curcundoll name Annie Christian was the sister of Patrick Henry and widow of Col. William Christian.
Annual returns for the 48th Regt., Tennessee Militia, for 1817, Capt. Wm. Locke. 2 pcs. (photocopy)
Annual Spring Tour and Meeting. L-r: Dr. David Adkisson, President of Cleveland State College; speakers: Col. James F. Corn, Sr., Mrs. Maurine Tipton, Mr. Terry Townsend. B&W 8x10”
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 4536
- Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound 19
- Photographs 736
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 568
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 230
- Scrapbooks 173
- Ephemera 172
- Genealogy 155
- Portraits 151
- Bibles 138
- Schools 135
- Ledgers and account books 117
- Clubs and organizations 114
- Correspondence 114
- Knox County (Tenn.) 112
- Deeds 102
- Business enterprises 100
- Group portraits 90
- African Americans 87
- American newspapers -- Local editions 81
- Artifacts 79
- Politics and government 73 + ∧ less
- English 1187
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 15
- Welsh 6
- French 4
- German 2