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James Park

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

DuPree Collection.

Identifier: MM.1982.005
Scope and Contents

- April 1, 1901, letter to Mace (Russell) from J. Lynn Bachman, Sweetwater, Tenn., ALS 1 p. Re: Mace’s wedding. - April 18, 1901, letter to Mace (Russell) from James Park, Knoxville, Tenn. ALS 2 pp. Re: Mace’s wedding. - newspaper clipping (n.d., 1901) re: wedding of Mace Russell and Hugh McClung Johnston. - “Woman In Art.” Handwritten paper. N.D. 7 pp. - East Tennessee Institute. Class of 1896. Class songs. Typescript. 4 pp.

Dates: 1896-1901

Eleanor White & Lucy Graham White Rodgers Scrapbook.

Identifier: PAS 0120
Scope and Contents The scrapbook, assembled around 1910, contains documents collected by Eleanor Wilson White (1842-1889), daughter of Hugh A.M. White, granddaughter of Knoxville’s founder, General James White. The documents apparently passed to her sister Lucy Graham White Rodgers (1847-1925), who compiled the scrapbook and added newspaper clippings. The scrapbook is seriously degraded, but of real interest are the 36 original documents glued into it. Among these papers are deeds and documents for early...
Dates: 1910-1925

James B. Harris deed for land in Hardeman County, Tenn. September 1838.

Identifier: MM.1997.035
Scope and Contents

James B. Harris deed for land in Hardeman County, Tenn. Deed made by Col. Ramsey as agent for the Trustees (Knox County), November 6, 1838. ADS 1 pc. (torn; fragile). Signed by W. B. A. Ramsey, Jno. H. Crozier, James Park, etc.

Dates: 1838

James Park Family Bible and five volumes of Scott’s Bible.

Identifier: FB 0008
Scope and Contents

Family Bible of James Park, Knoxville. 5 volumes of Scott’s Bible, 1811. Vol. IV supposed to contain ‘loose leaves’ with family entries. These sheets could not be located in searches in 1980 and 1982.

Dates: Publication: 1811

Joseph Jackson et al. deed, 1822.

Identifier: MM.1981.227
Scope and Contents

December 19, 1822, deed between Joseph Jackson (and endorsers James and William Park, William Howell) and William C. Mynatt, all of Knoxville, for land in Knoxville and slaves Moses, Pinsy, and Mary. ADS 4 pp.

Dates: 1822

Knoxville Female Auxiliary Tract Society records, 1829-1833, and James Park’s Book ‘Justices Execution Docket,’ 1836-1841, 1842.

Identifier: MM.1997.117
Scope and Contents

Knoxville Female Auxiliary Tract Society constitution and annual reports, 1829-1833. For the Knoxville Branch of the American Tract Society to ‘promote the interests in evangelical religion and sound morality.’ Volume also includes Justices Execution Docket (James Park Book), 1836-1841, 1842. 1 volume.

Dates: 1829-1842

Luke Lea account with James Park. 1808-1809.

Identifier: MM.1999.024
Scope and Contents

Luke Lea, in account with James Park. March 26, 1808 - September 26, 1809. AD 4 pp.

Dates: 1808-1809

Petition for Main Street (Knoxville) to be improved. September 1, 1826.

Identifier: MM.1997.096
Scope and Contents

Petition for Main Street of Knoxville to be improved. September 1, 1826. Signed by Pryor Lea, Hu L. White, Mat. McClung, James H. Cown, H. A. M. White, D. Campbell, David Nelson, Spencer Jarnagin, William Bowen. Daniel McMullen, James Park, Wm. Swan. ADS 1 p.

Dates: 1826