Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Associate Reformed Church of the South subscription list. Near the head of Mill Creek, 17th(?) Civil District, Knox County, Tenn. December 20, 1853. Signed by: James Kennedy, Samuel Kennedy, J. W.(?) Ramsey, J. G. M. Ramsey, Samuel Pickle, Robert Armstrong, Alexan. Armstrong, Hugh Campbell, Jacob Pickle, James Gibson, James Campbell, Mary J. Armstrong, Moses Armstrong, John Kennedy, James Coker, James Kennedy Jr., Adam B. Blake, James K. Blake, A__ Armstrong, Thos. McMillan(?), Will Goddard,...
Identifier: MSC 0051
Scope and Contents Genealogical research and correspondence on Campbell, Christian, Cowan, Humes, MacDonald, Mathes, Overton, Ramsey, and White families. + manuscript material dealing mostly with Knoxville land transactions of Hugh A.M., White heirs, C. M. McGhee, and James D. Cowan, 1856-1924. + transcription of April 1816 Hopewell Church Session Book, Dandridge, Tenn.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.060
Scope and Contents 1) Church of the Brethren, 1890, "Minutes, The Brethren’s Annual District Meeting, held at Pleasant View Church, Washington County, Tenn. Oct 31 & Nov. 1, 1890. Lists all delegates and their homes. Queries include, no candy wagons to solicit outside their meeting, foot washing self-government, wearing of gold and other dress code issues, codes for women of the church, regular business. Mentions Rev. Henry Sheets from Flat Rock, names churches and their contributions to debt of Choto Falls,...
Dates: 1890; 1972
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: SPC 2015.004
Scope and Contents May 30, 1846, letter from George Newman, Superintendent, Massadonia (sic.) [Macedonia] S(abbath) School, [Knox County, Tenn.]. To Rev. F. W. Porter. Thanking the Society for a gift of a library of Sabbath School books. ALS 1 p.
Identifier: PC 0034
Scope and Contents 14 large mounted b&w photographs, 3 oversize unmounted b&w photographs; 19 photographic postcards (same images as oversize photographs). Subjects include: Church & schoolhouse; Little Greenbrier; Milas Messer making barrel hoops; Cove Creek, N.C.; Walker Sisters cabin; Whaley Motel, Gatlinburg, etc.
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...
Identifier: QSPC 2010.001
Merchant’s Account Book, 1876-1877, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Union Sunday School Minute Book, 1878-1882, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Identifier: MSC 0493
Scope and Contents 2 ledgers from Pigeon Forge where the Trotters and Wynnes lived. Ashley Wynne Trotter married Julia Belle Wynne. He was a dentist in Sevierville. They lived on Middle Creek Rd. and are buried in Middle Creek Cemetery. The first ledger is a general store ledger for Pigeon Forge, dated 1876. The second is a ledger for the Union Sunday School Pigeon Forge 1882.
New Market, Tenn., Church Homecoming. Aug. 13-22, no year. Brazelton’s Studio (photographs) Gift of John Coker.
Identifier: QSPC 1997.001
Scope and Contents Photograph of African-American church homecoming group, Aug. 13-22, no year. New Market, Tenn. Brazelton’s Studio. Damaged photograph; mounted on cardboard. (McClung made copy neg. June 1997)
Identifier: SPC 2006.005
Scope and Contents “Ruins of Parson Brownlow’s printing office Jonesboro, Tenn.” (caption on back of mounted photograph. Seller said date was 1906. Unidentified church in background. Approx. 3.25” square sepia photograph on 5” square mount.
Dates: ca. 1906
Saint Andrews [Episcopal] Church, Riverside drawings. Church for the Rev. J.L. Gay, Four Mile Point, Tenn. Built by the McGhee Family. [Richard Upjohn, architect]
Scope and Contents Saint Andrews [Episcopal] Church, Riverside drawings. Church for the Rev. J.L. Gay, Four Mile Point, Tenn. Built by the McGhee Family., Tellico. [Richard Upjohn, architect]. 2 16x20” B&W photographic prints of architectural drawings in the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, NY. One print shows longitudinal section and ground plan, the other sheet shows the side elevation and the transverse section and a section of the Chancel.
Scope and Contents General Register of the Tazewell Circuit, 1909. AD. 1 bound volume. Includes: Register of Pastors; Register of Tazewell, Mt. Lebanon, and Summitt Point class members; Dotson’s Camp Ground class.
Identifier: Ephemera 2008.009
Scope and Contents “The Fountain City Presbyterian. November, 1944” A special publication listing all servicemen from the Fountain City area with their current military addresses