Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Account of an East Tennessee Historical Society Tour of Greeneville, Tenn. September 1, 1992. Frank Bourne.
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.
DIckson-Williams Mansion and Morgan’s Men, Greeneville, Tenn.: a Civil War Sesquicentennial Event. The 150th Anniversary of the Death of General John Hunt Morgan, Labor Day Weekend, 2014.
Invitation and program - Dickson-Wright Mansion 200th Anniversary, 08/29/2021, Greeneville Tenn. "Putting the icing on the cake" A Re-inactment Wedding Ceremony of Miss Catharine Dickson to Dr. Alexander Williams. The event was a fund raiser to put shutters on the mansion. Includes newspaper article recapping event.
SPC 2014.007.001 Tintype with two portraits of W. L. Babb (1845-1927), Greeneville, Greene County, Tenn. 5x7” 1 pc. SPC 2014.007.002 Three unidentified men outdoors. Taken by W .M. Hope, Harriman, Tenn. 4x5.75” on backing. 1 pc.
Tenn., Holston Orphanage, poster, early 20th cent. Photo litho illustrated poster for use in Sunday School classes that had donated 100% to the Orphanage. Heavy card board poster has original string for hanging and is in Very Good condition
Tenn., Greeneville, Andrew Johnson Patterson, Wash. D. C., 1894, letter from C. G. Rankin, Home, Tenn., re: appointment of Postmaster Gen. Lyon, protesting appt. by businessmen of Greeneville. Fathers estate settlement tactics mentioned. Many politicians mentioned in P. M. appointment. Env. is illus. Spencer Medicine Co. of Greeneville, Planters Old Time Remedies. The letter is handwritten on Home Woolen Co. letterhead.
Letter from Capt. N. J. Collum to Lt. Col. S J. MacKay. Chief Q. M. A. C., Greeneville, Tenn., Apr. 26, 1865.
Letter reporting on providing a railway car for the son and daughter of President Andrew Johnson at Bulls Gap. Apparently Collum also took train cars on which rebel prisoners were being moved from Greeneville on the orders of General Stoneman at Bulls Gap for transport of Union soldiers.
Mason House Hotel, Greeneville, Tenn. Guest Registers, 1880s-1890s. Mildewed and dirty. Includes ephemera and interesting printed advertisements in books. Hotel now is the General Morgan Inn.
‘Musical Idea: Devoted to the Interests of Bands, Orchestras, and Music Generally” (Greeneville, Tenn.) (Newspapers)
‘Musical Idea: Devoted to the Interests of Bands, Orchestras, and Music Generally (Greeneville, Tenn.) (Newspapers)
Negro Women’s Civic Club Greeneville, Tennessee. Copy (in red ink) of manuscript, 1984. ca 40pp, 16mo, hand-made laminated covers, tied with cord. History, decorum, list of current and former members.
Photograph album, Fox family, Greeneville, Tenn. Some by J. Bushong, photographer, Athens, Tenn. Album in poor condition, front cover missing: contains 4 unidentified portraits. Also: 5 unidentified cartes-de-visites; 2 unidentified tintypes; 2 identified tintypes (Thomas A. McCarty, born 1861, and M.B. McCarty, born 1866).