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Tusculum College

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

"1903 Foot Ball Teams of East Tennessee" booklet

Identifier: Ephemera 2022.009
Scope and Contents

Souvenir booklet on East Tennessee Foot Ball Association teams (and University of Tennessee - part of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association). Includes group photograph and roster for each team: University of Tennessee; Maryville College; Tennessee Deaf and Dumb School; Carson-Newman College; Baker-Himel School; Tusculum College; Knoxville Y.M.C.A.

Dates: 1903

A Guide to Tusculum College Archives

Identifier: MM.2022.006
Scope and Contents

Introduction to material in the Tusculum College Archives in Greeneville, Tenn. Compiled in 1978 by Carla Sentelle Bewley.

Dates: 1978

Ellen Capito Collection (Milligan family, Greeneville, Tenn.).

Identifier: MSC 0492
Scope and Contents The Ellen Capito Collection consists of Milligan family photographs, books, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, portraits, diaries and Samuel Milligan’s memoir. A letter from Governor William G. Brownlow to George Andrews invites him to speak at Knoxville’s 4th of July celebration for 1868. Two portraits of a young George Andrews and his wife, Mary Lathrop Andrews are housed in wooden, oval frames. Photographs, mostly unidentified, include cartes-de-visite, cabinet cards, tintypes, and...
Dates: 1764 - 1925; Majority of material found within 1868 - 1925

Jeanne Barkley Papers

Identifier: MSC 0949
Scope and Contents Alice Jeanne Barkley, most often referred to as Jeanne Barkley, was born in White Pine, Tennessee on October 3, 1918, but moved to Knoxville at 18 where she would spend the rest of her life. Jeanne attended Knoxville Business College and the University of Tennessee. After her first job at Lawson McGhee Library, she worked for 40 years in the Alumni Affairs office of UTK. Jeanne kept in touch with many UTK alum as well as her siblings Marvin, H.D., and Elizabeth. Miss Barkley died in July 31,...
Dates: 1937 - 1985

John Fain Anderson letters to E. E. Patton.

Identifier: MM.1979.036
Scope and Contents

Seven letters from John Fain Anderson to E.E. Patton re: history of Greeneville, Tusculum, and Washington Colleges, Samuel Doak, etc. Undated. + env.

Dates: 1920s