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Charles McClung McGhee

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Charles McClung McGhee Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0019
Scope and Contents Charles McClung McGhee (1828-1907) was the son of John and Elizabeth McClung McGhee and the great-grandson of James White. He was a financier, railroad executive, and a philanthropist. He graduated from East Tennessee University in 1846 and married Isabella White, daughter of Hugh White. She died in 1848 and in 1857 he married her sister Cornelia. McGhee was involved in the growth of railroads in the South, and had coal and iron interests. He was on the Board of Trustees of the University of...
Dates: 1857-1907

Marguerite B. Hamer Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0075
Scope and Contents Collection includes transcriptions of Charles McClung McGhee letters; information on Rugby, Tenn.; clippings on silk production and South Africa; reprints of articles by Marguerite Hamer or Philip Hamer; 1886 letter from William Conner to C. M. McGhee; 1917 letter from Gilbert Cope to Marguerite Bartlett; Cope Family Chart, 1879; “Our Calendar” by G. Cope.
Dates: 1879; 1886; 1917

McClung Family Papers; Calvin M. McClung Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0022a
Scope and Contents Papers of Calvin Morgan McClung, son of Frank H. McClung and Eliza Mills McClung. Includes correspondence of Calvin M. McClung, his parents, his wife Annie McGhee McClung, her sisters, their daughters Lida McClung Ross and May Lawson (Polly) McClung Melish, and other family and friends. Most of the letters are from 1874-1898. Subjects include: Calvin McClung’s years at Yale, 1874-1876; his trip to Europe in 1878; trips by relatives to resorts and to Europe; Annie McClung’s death at Saratoga...
Dates: 1861-1943

Tuskega, the Charles McClung McGhee house

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 1996.020
Scope and Contents Tuskega, the Charles McClung McGhee house, Monroe County, Tenn. B&W 8x10” copy photographs.
Dates: 1984