Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
A.(Andre) Michaux, Charleston, letter to Citizen Minister Genet, March 10, 1795. ALS 1 pc. (2 pp.) in French + manuscript copy in English (ALS 2 pp. 1 pc.) + two typed transcriptions of the letter. Re: plantings and seeds.
‘An Act to Incorporate the Knoxville Iron Works,’ Signed by F. Richards, Speaker of the (Tennessee) House of Representatives, and D.W.C. Senter, Speaker of the (Tennessee) Senate. Passed February 1, 1868. ADS 4 pp. (fragile; some tape). + typed note re: donation of charter to the McClung Historical Collection from the Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs. 1 p. + “Racheff History Talk to Knoxville City Officials” by Lois Van Wie, presented August 17, 1993. TS 3 pp.
One stereograph. SPC 2016.003 Asylum yard. [Grounds at the School for the Deaf in Knoxville?]. Views Around Knoxville. The Beauties of American Switzerland. Negatives and Published by T.M. Schleier. American and Stereoscopic Emporium, Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten note: Asylum yard.
Report to the members of the Albemarle Garden Club, Charlottesville, Va., by Caroline A. Chauvenet. May 30, 1930. Typed, 4 pp. (photocopy). Re: trip to Knoxville to visit gardens. Mentioned Mrs. VanDeventer, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Sanford, and Mrs. McClung, and their gardens and homes. Also mentioned the country club, the flower show at the Farragut Hotel, and the grounds at Beverly Hills Sanitarium.
Ephemera from the Knoxville Garden Club.
Knoxville Garden Club Collection. Includes: papers, no date, 1930-1998 and as received (including copies of club newsletter “Seedlings”); member profiles, photographs & slides, no date, 1996-2001 & as recd.; yearbooks, 1930-2008 and as recd. (complete except for missing 1932 and 2003/04); Bulletins of the Garden Club of America, 1974-1981 and as recd.; scrapbooks, 1968 to 1992-98 and as recd.
Lake Forest Garden Club, Colonial Village, South Knoxville, 1950s records.
Sequoyah Garden Club Minutes: Feb. 1949 through 1997 (3 vols.); one bound volume of club yearbooks, 1949-1968, 8 scrapbooks. Club is still active and retained the most recent material.