Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SPC 2011.016
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.074
Scope and Contents Two unsold stock certificates for $100 each (one blue, one green)
Identifier: SPC 2011.007
Scope and Contents Five mounted photographs + 1 oversize color postcard of the Andrew Johnson Hotel dining room. SPC 2011.007.001 Friends Normal School, Maryville, Tenn. J. Peden & Co., Main St., Knoxville. SPC 2011.007.002 J. Parnick Smith’s holiday sale signs on store, 1915, 205 Main St. (Maryville?). Taken by A.L. Butcher, Maryville, Tenn. SPC 2011.007.003 J. Parnick Smith store interior. SPC 2011.007.004 Costume party (Halloween?). SPC 2011.007.005 Unidentified house.
D. Hoyt religious essay, 1833; Rev. Joshua Lawrence remarks, 1830; Boaz family record; Julius Ochs & Co. bond, 1866. (photostats)
Scope and Contents PHOTOSTATIC copies of: “A Series of Short Essays on Baptism,” Published at Maryville, T. by D. Hoyt, 1833. “Dolph’s Encomiastic Remarks on a Patriotic Discourse, Delivered at Tarboro, N.C. July 4th, 1830. By the Rev. Joshua Lawrence.” New Market, T. 1833. Boaz family record--births, deaths. Julius Ochs & Co. bond, 1866.
Dates: 1833; 1866
Identifier: MSC 0272
Scope and Contents Research and writings of Edwin Jones Best, Sr., of Blount County, Tenn. (died 1993). Subjects include Greenback and Maryville, Tenn.; post offices; Civil War; businesses; churches; papers of W. B. Kerr & Company, 1911-1919; account books from East Tennessee businesses; extracts from the Maryville Daily Times; correspondence to Miss Cora Hammontree re: Charles Henly, ca. 1889-1897; J. B. McCollum manuscripts, 1851-1947; U.S. Official Postal Guides, 1880-1904 (some gaps); diaries of Mary...
Identifier: MSC 0942
Scope and Contents Fain Family material inherited by Kathleen (Kathy) Franklin Todd. Includes newspapers, record books for the Franklin Bible Class of New Providence Presbyterian Church in Maryville, Tenn., deeds and other legal documents, portraits of Eliza Ruth Moore Fain and George Alexander Fain, the scrapbook of Ollie Lee Fain Franklin (souvenir cards, birthday cards, illustrations, and Confederate States of American $20 bill pasted into back; plus unsigned watercolor), and 1904 pocket business diary of...
Grand Army of the Republic (G. A. R.) charter for Maryville Post No. 28. Will A. McTeer et al. December 30, 1884.
Identifier: Ephemera 1884.001
Scope and Contents Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) charter for Maryville Post No. 28. Will A. McTeer , William A. Teeguarden, William H. Kirk, Andrew M. Rule, George W. Huffsteter, John Eagleton, Andrew J. Neff, Francis M. Watkins, William A. Coker, Moses L. McConnell, William B. Seaton, James A. Ruble, Ben Cunningham. December 30, 1884. Signed by Edward S. Jones, Department Commander. DS with seal. 1 pc. (some tears along edges)
Identifier: MSC 0303
Scope and Contents Family papers of Jesse Brown (1776-1847) of Washington County, Va., and Carter County, Tenn., and descendants, especially Jesse Brown's son Elijah Brown (1817-1891) of Blount County, Tenn., as well as his family and descendants. The gift includes four Bibles, three having family records (Jesse Brown, Enoch Dexter Brown, and W. R. Hood-S. A. Rule). The collection includes a handmade record book on Jesse Brown's family, as well as land transaction documents regarding tracts in the following...
John Trimble, Maryville, Tenn., letter to brother [Michael Woods] Trimble, Port Gibson, Mississippi Territory, July 18, 1813.
Scope and Contents Letter from John Trimble, Maryville, Tenn., to W or M Trimble [his brother Michael Woods Trimble], Port Gibson, Jefferson County, Mississippi Territory, July 18, 1813. ALS 1 pc. (2 pp.). (small holes; some tape). Recounts his tour of duty in East Florida with East Tennessee troops commanded by Col. John Williams of Knoxville. The troops destroyed Seminole towns (Feb. 7-23) which had been invading and pillaging citizens in Georgia. The East Tennessee troops were dismissed after the campaign and...
Scope and Contents Includes letterhead from Sterchi Brothers, Knoxville, re: piano purchase; incomplete World War I letter from Arkansas; Maryville College program for “Daddy Long Legs” benefit for Red Cross, March 1, 1918.
New Providence [Presbyterian] Church Treasurer’s Books, May 1, 1881-December 31, 1892. 3 volumes. [Maryville, Blount County, Tenn.].
Identifier: MM.1998.035 a-c
Scope and Contents New Providence [Presbyterian] Church Treasurer’s Books, May 1, 1881-December 31, 1892. 3 volumes. [Maryville, Blount County, Tenn.]. Gift of W. A. McTeer.
Notecard with a color reproduction of a panorama painting of Maryville, Tenn. made by Quaker missionary John Collins in the 1870s.
Identifier: Ephemera 2017.017
Scope and Contents Notecard with a color reproduction of a panorama painting of Maryville, Tenn. made by Quaker missionary John Collins in the 1870s
Paul Wright, Maryville, Tenn., letter to Gracie. November 26, 1896 and letter from Papa to Gracie, June 6, 1899.
Scope and Contents Letter from Paul H. Wright, Maryville, Tenn., to Gracie. Nov. 26, 1890. Note added to top of first page: “My dead Gracie, I love thee so very much. Thy Mother.” ALS 2 pcs. (4 pp.). Mentions writers toothache and exhaustion, long walk with papa, stop at a school house called Shake-rag or Scab that had a spelling bee, invitation to and description of Thanksgiving meal, Lynn Hill’s 10 minute prayer before the meal, games after the meal. Letter from Papa, Maryville, Tenn., to Gracie June 6, 1899....
Scope and Contents J. M. Hoffmeister, Presbyterian minister, died Jan. 31, 1864, in Bristol, Tenn., where he was the minister of the Presbyterian Church. Hoffmeister wrote “Come to the Rescue: An Appeal to the People of the South” published in 1863. Diary fragments, 1844-45, ca 25 pp.; College essay entitled “Maryville,” 4 pp,. signed by Hoffmeister and dated May 29, 1846, graded by Andrew Blackburn, who signed his comments; Love letter to “Lizzie” 1847; Speech “An Address on the Subject of the Maine Liquor Laws...
Dates: 1844 - 1864
Identifier: MSC 0901
Scope and Contents Business and personal papers, photographs, documents of John Monroe Clark (1868-1950) of Blount County, Tennessee and the allied families of Cates, Brabson, Foute and Pinkerton. John Monroe Clark was a successful banker, civic leader, businessman, and an active participant in the movement to create the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He was instrumental in preserving and maintaining Clark’s Grove Cemetery and operated a large farm in Blount County. Other important individuals in the...