Knoxville (Tenn.) -- Politics and Government
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
188_ letterhead from Hattie House, Knoxville, Tenn. Contains handwritten notes re: political meeting (the colored question; Mr. Gibson, LaVere, and Temple speaking, etc.) + paper ribbon “For Congress L. C. Houk.” On the back of the stationery there is a printed business directory of Knoxville.
Memoirs of Lucy Mulholland Brownlee, as told to her son John Wylie Brownlee (photocopy) + photocopies of Brownlee family history; photocopy of politically inspired newspaper “The Racketeer" (3-4-1932) (See also Historical Copy Project 2015.001)
Brochure published for the Knoxville Bicentennial listing the portraits of the mayors of Knoxville in the City County Building with brief biographical information on each mayor. Also includes mayors without portraits.
Promotional card for Tommy Lowe. Front: blue with white letters “Tommy LOWE County Clerk We are working for you” Back: white with blue letters “Tennessee License Plate Prefixes (Effective January, 1983)” with list of numbers and corresponding county.