Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Affidavit of C.W. Charlton, Post Master of Knoxville, Tenn., then in Pulaski County, Va. December 14, 1864. ADS 1 pc. (2 pp.). Re: request for a writ of habeas corpus for his postmaster’s commission. + C.W. Charlton’s petition for a writ of habeas corpus, Pulaski County, Va. December 14, 1864. ADS 1 pc. + photocopies re: C.W. Charlton as post master and these documents.
Color snapshot of 1987 painting by Gordon of old Custom House / Post Office (now the East Tennessee Historical Center), Knoxville, Tenn. Mounted, in mat.
Lawson McGhee Library, 500 W. Church Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. exterior ca. 1984; East Tennessee Historical Center (formerly old Post Office and Custom House) 314 W. Clinch Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. exterior ca. 1984. B&W 5 x 7”.
Post Office / Custom House exterior with 7 horse drawn mail cars and postmen waiting for mail. Shows south side of the building. 8x10” sepia print mounted on 12x14” board. Knaffl & Brakebill. Second print is interior shot on first floor of same building, with group gathered around a desk trophy on desk (possibly Post Office in ca. 1910 addition). 8x10” sepia print mounted on 12x14” board. Knaffl & Brakebill. 2 folders.
Copy photographs of: group of postmen on the steps of the old Post Office and Custom House, Knoxville, Tenn (ID on back, with two Gossetts); Erastus Gossett in postman’s uniform with son Dewey in his mail bag. May 2, 1901. 4x6” sepia tone copy prints. ID in envelope.
Quarterly Postal Account Fourth Class Office of Alouzo (Alonzo?) Murphy, postmaster at Rita (Ritta ?), Knox County, Tenn., June 1898 to December 1899. 1 ledge volume. Found in the Custom House, Knoxville, Tenn.
Stump Knob, Tennessee, Postmaster Appointment of Jacob A. Smith, 1887; New Bond for Postmaster Jacob A. Smith, 189_ .
One oversize certificate naming Jacob A. Smith the Postmaster of Stump Knob, Johnson County, Tenn. February 7, 1887. Signed by Wm. F. Vilas, Postmaster General. ADS 1 pc. with seal. + 189_ partially completed New Bond form for Jacob A. Smith, Stump Knox, Johnson County, Tenn. ! pc. + empty 1888 envelope reg. #40 to the Postmaster at Stump Knob.
Papers of Thomas Wier, who lived in Jacksboro, Tenn. Papers date from: no date, 1819-1897. Papers include: early Post Office forms, 1820s-1850s; Post Office business; personal and business correspondence.
Jacksborough, Tenn., Post Office (1815-1831) Quarterly Reports. Walnut Cove, 2 reports, 1815; Jacksborough 5 reports; 2, n.d.; 2, 1820; 1, 1831. Jacksborough in Campbell County was founded in 1805 as Walnut Cove; name changed to Jacksborough in 1819.