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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Brian Miller Collection.

Identifier: MSC 0782
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Knoxville area ephemera and clippings on labor issues, racism, protests

Dates: 1990s

Cas Walker, the “Ole Coon Hunter” (autographed picture).

Identifier: MM.2000.011
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Cas Walker, the “Ole Coon Hunter,” autographed printed picture, no date. Signed on back. Issued by David’s Music Barn, Powell, Tenn. 1 pc.

Dates: undated

‘Coon Series’ by Knaffl & Bro.

Identifier: SPC 2012.004
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Three B&W photographic postcards from the ‘Coon Series’ by Knaffl & Bro., Knoxville, Tenn.. . “I’se Cryin’ for you,” “Honey, Does Yo Lub Yo Man?” (1897), and “A Skin Game.” (1898).

Dates: 1890s

Papers of Principal W. D. Human related to the 1958 Bombing of Clinton High School.

Identifier: MM.2013.017
Scope and Contents Correspondence and papers of Principal W. D. Human, some related to the Clinton High School bombing in 1958. Part of the correspondence he saved is negative and even threatening, but some is supportive. Mr. Human’s three files were kept intact with the contents arranged by date. 1. ‘W. D. Human - Personal.’ No date, 1954-1969. Includes handbill “We Are in Sympathy with Little Rock! We Too Have Faced Bayonets! Walk Ou t-- Stay Out. Please Pass this on.” Five Feb. 1960 B&W snapshots,...
Dates: 1954-1969

Ralph Abernathy at University of Tennessee, October 22, 1975

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 14
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Reverend Ralph David Abernathy delivers the keynote address at the "Contributions of Blacks to the Development of Tennessee History" at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville on October 22, 1975. Sponsored by UT's Black Studies department.

Video has static throughout. Audio dragging and interruptions occur throughout last 15 minutes. Tape ends aprubtly, as digital transfer could no longer continue due to tape condition.

Total time: 34 minutes

Dates: October 22, 1975