Walker, Cas, 1902-1998
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SPC 1998.001
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.073
Identifier: MSC 0404
Scope and Contents Letters to and from Cas Walker; fan letters to and from performers on his radio and television shows such as Carl and Pearl Butler, the Baileys, Little Robert; some documents concerning the Cas Walker Grocery Stores. Publications about some of the performers. Range of dates chiefly 1953-1957.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.062
Identifier: Ephemera 2010.002
Scope and Contents Cas Walker Survey Letter, June 228, 1962 + postcard for response. Letter requesting which television and radio stations respondents listen to. All postcards sent in to respond are entered into a contest for a prize of $50.
Scope and Contents Cas Walker, the “Ole Coon Hunter,” autographed printed picture, no date. Signed on back. Issued by David’s Music Barn, Powell, Tenn. 1 pc.
Scope and Contents Cash register receipts, White Stores, Cas Walker Store No. 7.
Identifier: MSC 0689
Scope and Contents 1) Papers of Inez Giffin. Papers include: condolence letter from George R. Dempster, Feb. 9, 1932; American Red Cross Assistant Program Director/ Social Director General Hospital, Knoxville papers, 1945-1947; correspondence and cards, 1957-1964; Third Baptist Church and William Bright Ford papers, 1889-1929; The Four Fuller Brothers (musical group) autographed photograph; Eugene Williams (paralyzed child) and television set papers, 1954; Miscellaneous, including information on the flag and coat...
Ledger & checkbook probably from a Cas Walker business; Tennessee Valley Advertising account books (Gift of David Madden).
Identifier: MSC 0888
Scope and Contents Ledger and checkbook of Cas Walker Virginia Food Stores Inc.; account books of Tennessee Valley Advertising (business run by Cas Walker’s secretary/assistant).
Dates: 1941-1942, 1984-1985
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
Identifier: NWP 0019