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Elections

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

Adam Clayton Powell card

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.018
Scope and Contents Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. was a Baptist pastor and the first African American Congressman elected from New York State. The front of the card has a photo of Adam Clayton Powell standing next to and looking down at a woman holding a baby (most likely his wife Hazel Dorothy Scott and their son Adam Clayton Powell, III) and “VOTE FOR DADDY!” underneath the photo. Back of card has Powell’s listings of his accomplishments and reasons to re-elect him.
Dates: circa 1947

Alfred A. Taylor and Robert L. Taylor Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1984.009
Scope and Contents Alfred A. and Robert L. Taylor material: printed etched portrait of each man, 1 pc.; campaign button “The People -- Our Bob” 1 pc. (in envelope); “The War of the Roses” / “Bob” Taylor brochure re: “The Paradise of Fools” lecture series, 1893-1894. 1 pc.
Dates: 1893-1894

Cas Walker election card. (ephemera)

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2010.002
Scope and Contents Re-Elect Cas Walker to City Council with photo on front; joke on back. Ca. 1940. 1 pc. 4.5 x 2.5”
Dates: 1940

Daniel M. Axelrod, U .S. Presidential Candidate position paper, 2009.

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Identifier: Ephemera 2019.041
Scope and Contents David M. Axelrod, Oak Ridge, Tenn. U .S. Presidential Candidate position paper, 2004 & 2008
Dates: 2009

Harry T. Burn for Governor. (ephemera)

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Identifier: Ephemera 2009.002
Scope and Contents Harry T. Burn for Governor card, Republican Primary, August 7, 1930. With messages to Republican Men and Republican Women, photograph at top of card. 1 pc. Ephemera.
Dates: 1930

J. Carroll Cate Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0045
Scope and Contents Material on J. Carroll Cate (1896-1980)and his campaigns running for Knox County, Tenn., sheriff. Includes color pictures of John J. Duncan, signed; Senate Joint Resolution No. 64 re: naming J. Carroll Cate Bridge, signed by Ned R. McWherter and Governor Ray Blanton; political ephemera re: sheriff’s elections; TVA&I resolution on the death of J. Carroll Cate. J. Carroll Cate was the jailer of the Knox County Jail during the Knoxville Race Riot 1919 and was elected sheriff 1936-1940.
Dates: 1936-1981

James Shields Papers.

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Identifier: MSC 0251
Scope and Contents James Shields (Grainger County, Tenn., 1827-1856). The Shields Papers contain correspondence to and from James Shields, Postmaster at Marshall's Ferry in Grainger County, Tennessee. The records represent primarily financial documents related to The Mineral Association from its establishment in 1845 and business documents related to its functioning for several years. The Mineral Association members were John Easterly, Solomon Cox, William R. Cox, John Walker, James Shields of Grainger County;...
Dates: 1827-1856

Letter from Oliver Perry Temple, Greeneville, to R. H. Armstrong, Knoxville, March 5, 1848.

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Identifier: MM.2015.005
Scope and Contents Letter from O. P. Temple, Greeneville, to Robert H. Armstrong. ALS 3 pp. (1 pc.). Re: informing him that Temple had agreed to form a partnership with William H. Sneed of Knoxville. Armstrong may also have been a partner with Sneed at the time. Includes election results from Greene County (Sevier re-elected over Page, a Methodist preacher). Includes address panel with stampless “Greeneville, Te” CDS and manuscript “5” rate.
Dates: 1848

Lincoln and Johnson 1864 campaign button. (artifacts)

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Identifier: Artifact 2016.004
Scope and Contents Lincoln and Johnson 1864 campaign button (circular tin-type, embossed, with red ribbon). 1 button (1 inch diameter) - image on both sides. From the estate of Margaret Patterson family, Andrew Johnson’s daughter.
Dates: 1864

Lincoln County, Tenn., election petition, 1813.

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Identifier: MM.1985.013
Scope and Contents Petition to the General Assembly of Tennessee from Citizens of Lincoln County, Tenn., re: additional site for voting at elections. September 1813. Includes signatures. ADS 1 Pc. (2 sheets, attached).
Dates: 1813

McCallum and Bowen Account Book and List of Knox County voters, 1865-1866.

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Identifier: MSC 0141
Scope and Contents [Daniel] McCallum and Bowen Account Book and List of Knox County voters, 1865-1866. Both manuscripts recorded in one volume
Dates: 1849-1850; 1865-1866

Political Ephemera. Gift of Eddie Walker.

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Identifier: Ephemera 2011.013
Scope and Contents 1. Election ticket [1872]. For President, Ulysses S. Grant...Republican State Ticket [Tenn.], For Governor, Hon. A.A. Freeman. 1 pc. 2. Governor Austin Peay, Candidate for re-nomination Democratic Primary August 5, 1926, Opening Speech Delivered at Trenton, June 26th, 1926. 24 pp. (ink stain on p. 24). 3. Democratic Instruction Card [1938]. Governor: Prentice Cooper, J. Ridley Mitchell, J. Bailey Wray. 1 pc.
Dates: 1872, 1926, 1938

Posters (political).

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Identifier: Ephemera 2019.029
Scope and Contents Posters (political) Political campaign posters and signs, ca. 2000-2001 and undated. Folder 1 of 2: 1. Alexander (Lamar Alexander). Color picture, 14 x 22.” (2 copies) 2. [Al] Gore- [Joseph] Lieberman 2000 (Presidential campaign yard sign--torn). 21 x 13.5” (double-sided). 3. Dan McGehee, Chancellor. Plastic sign. ca. 2000-2001. 26 x 16.” 4. Pavlis, City Council. Corrugated plastic sign. ca. 2000-2001. 24 x 16.” 5. ‘No Lottery’ Paid for by Gambling Free Tennessee Alliance. Ca. 2002. 24 x 12.”...
Dates: ca. 2000

Prentiss Price Papers. Hawkins County, Tenn., Court Cases. (1788 -1897).

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Identifier: MSC 0111
Scope and Contents Court cases, most from Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tenn., ca. 1788 to ca. 1897. Arranged alphabetically by first person listed on case. Detailed finding aid lists additional names involved. Collection also includes: account book, Wm. Alexander, 1834-1852; Battle of Tohopeka casualty report, 1814; Hawkins County election returns, 1869; Hawkins County jurors and tax collectors, 1834; Hawkins County militia roll, 1824; 1833 petition re: route of River Road near Hawkins & Grainger County line;...
Dates: 1788-1897

Tennessee Union Ticket, Election, August 1, 1861 “Against the Permanent Constitution.” (ephemera)

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Identifier: Ephemera 2016.003
Scope and Contents Tennessee Union Ticket, Election, August 1, 1861 “Against the Permanent Constitution” (4 tickets uncut on one sheet, 4 x 7.5 inches). W.H. Polk - Governor; H. Maynard - Congress; J.W. Wester - Senator; R.H. Hodsden - Floater; Jno. M. Fleming - Representative. Ephemera.
Dates: 1861

W. S. Maget Papers, 1875-1933. Mascot, Knox County, Tenn. Collected by Frances Hileman.

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Identifier: MSC 0885
Scope and Contents W. S. Maget Papers, 1875-1933. He was a farmer in Mascot, Knox County, T Tenn. The papers were collected by antiques dealer Frances Hileman. Folder 1: Knox County, Tenn. plat, deeds, pamphlets, receipts, letters. Undated; 1875-1889. Folder 2: Knox County, Tenn. receipts, promissory notes, election notice. 1890-1894. Folder 3: Knox County, Tenn. receipts, insurance papers, correspondence, promissory notes. 1895-1899. Folder 4: Knox County, Tenn. receipts, lawsuit documents. 1900-1904. Folder 5:...
Dates: 1875-0933

Whiskey Trials ephemera

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Identifier: Ephemera 2020.057
Scope and Contents 1) Tenn., Cocke Co. Whiskey Trials. 1920, handbill, "Notice to Public", containing sworn statements by David Baxter and J.C. Smallwood, swearing that Hamblen Co. Sheriff W.C. Carriger and Deputy Joe Caton were involved in sale of illegal liquor. Printed note at bottom supposedly from Sheriff Carriger. Size 8 1/2 x 11, folds, blank back. 2) Tenn., Hamblen Co., 1920 Sheriff election. G.C.McKinney statement in news clipping regarding business with David Baxter, complete sworn denial...
Dates: 1920

Will Wallace letter to Sheriff Sam McCalmon, 1844.

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Identifier: MM.1986.005
Scope and Contents March 9, 1844 letter from Brig. Gen. Will Wallace, Maryville, Tenn., to the Sheriff of Knox County Sam McCalmon (sic.) [McCammon]. Re: instructions to hold an election for a lt. col. and a 2nd major. ALS 1 pc.
Dates: 1844