Tennessee -- Politics and government
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Gov. Edward Ward Carmack, "Carmack's Pledge To The South", Compliments of the Nashville Tennessean, 1909. Tied wraps booklet, 4 thick board pages, with photo of assassinated Gov. Carmack.
Poem by Grantland Rice.
Black-and-white panoramic circuit camera photograph of a group of people in front of the Tennessee State Capitol Building. Front: "Governor Alf Taylor, State Officials and Employees of the Capitol - December 1921." Stamped on back "Tibbs Photo Co. "We photograph anything under the sun" 146 1/2 Third Ave … Nashville Tenn."
Snider Records (letters from George Snider, Monroe County, Tenn. 1840, 1846 + Snider Family Bible records) (photostats) (Gift of Mrs. Leo Hedgepeth).
Photostat copies of three letters from George Snider, Monroe County, Tenn., to his family: October 1840 (Political); May 1846 (death of mother); September 1846 (death of father). + Snider Family Bible records (Photostat; photocopies placed in Snider Genealogy VF in 1979) + 1953 correspondence with donor, Mrs. Leo Hedgepeth.
Social Security For Tennessee, 1936 book, Bulletin No. 5, prepared by the State Planning Commission as a preliminary study of the costs, requirements and qualifications of the state. 68 pages cover who is eligible, what benefits they receive, costs to the state, etc. This very new "New Deal" program was not understood by the majority of Tennesseans, as it included so many new programs, departments and theories. A pet project of FDR, it was disapproved by as many people as approved it.
Tennessee Needs a Man Who Cares ... Elect Jake Butcher Governor.” (Oversize political pamphlet) (1978)