Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
D. Hoyt religious essay, 1833; Rev. Joshua Lawrence remarks, 1830; Boaz family record; Julius Ochs & Co. bond, 1866. (photostats)
PHOTOSTATIC copies of: “A Series of Short Essays on Baptism,” Published at Maryville, T. by D. Hoyt, 1833. “Dolph’s Encomiastic Remarks on a Patriotic Discourse, Delivered at Tarboro, N.C. July 4th, 1830. By the Rev. Joshua Lawrence.” New Market, T. 1833. Boaz family record--births, deaths. Julius Ochs & Co. bond, 1866.
Dr. Robert Swepson Leach medical notes for speeches and talks on diseases of the eye. Dr. Leach was one of the first (possibly the first) ophthalmologists in East Tennessee. He practiced with Dr. Robert Reaves at the Reaves Infirmary on Cumberland Avenue (the Park House). Dr. Leach died in 1966 at age 72. 16 items, some with multiple pages.
East Tennessee Journalism. Address of Col. Moses White at the meeting of the Tennessee Press Association. June 21, 1878. (newspaper clippings)
East Tennessee Journalism. Address of Col. Moses White at the meeting of the Tennessee Press Association. June 21, 1878. Clippings removed from a bound volume of newspapers: Brownlow’s Knoxville Whig (Box T43A) (removed from the front of the volume at August 6, 1859 issue)
G. A. R. reunion speech at Jones Coves, Sevier County, Tenn. Ca. 1900. Unsigned. AD 4 pp. (1 pc.). Mentions the Highlands of Sevier County have always been loyal to the Union, mentions number of Civil War soldiers and battles in Tenn.
Appears to be a patriotic speech given to a women’s club by Lula Alexander Tipton on the lives of James and Hugh Lawson White and the White family of Knoxville.
Papers of Professor John R. Lowry, Knoxville, Tenn., Ca. 1880s-1923. Includes material related to Park City School; memorial resolutions for John R. Lowry and wife; orations; essays; two photographs.
Speeches by Alice Smith Cates (Mrs. Benjamin B. Cates) (president of the Knox County Daughters of the American Revolution) (DAR): “ Blount Mansion: The Cradle of Tennessee”; “Blount Mansion”; “Captain Nicholas Martiau: The Huguenot Ancestor of General George Washington”; “Some Notable Colonial Homes in Virginia”; “Some Colonial Homes in Virginia”; “Yorktown.” Some handwritten, some typescripts. + Blount coat of arms (illustration for “Blount Mansion: The Cradle of Tennessee.”
1. Election ticket . For President, Ulysses S. Grant...Republican State Ticket [Tenn.], For Governor, Hon. A.A. Freeman. 1 pc. 2. Governor Austin Peay, Candidate for re-nomination Democratic Primary August 5, 1926, Opening Speech Delivered at Trenton, June 26th, 1926. 24 pp. (ink stain on p. 24). 3. Democratic Instruction Card . Governor: Prentice Cooper, J. Ridley Mitchell, J. Bailey Wray. 1 pc.
Papers by and about Ray H. Jenkins and his role in the Army McCarthy Hearings (1954); the Col. John Nickerson court martial (1957); and Republican politics. Also includes photographs, editorial cartoons, magazine articles, clippings and Ray H. Jenkins’ speeches. There is a J. Edgar Hoover autograph on a Nov. 29, 1954 letter (folder 16).
Speech of the Hon. Reese B. Brabson on the State of the Union; delivered in the House of Representatives, March 2, 1861. Washington: 1861. Photocopy.
Speech of Jim Shular at the dedication of the Samuel Wear homesite, Sevier County, Tenn. Photocopy TS 2 pp. (no date)
Speech of President Lincoln. Dedication of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, November 19, 1863... + printed letter re: the dedication.
‘The Gettysburg Solemnities. Dedication of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, November 19, 1863, with the Oration of Hon. Edward Everett, Speech of President Lincoln, &c., &c, &c.’ Published at the Washington Chronicle Office. 16 pp. Some damage at bottom of pages 1-6, McClung Collection stamp on first inside page, + ‘The Gettysburg Dedication. An Interesting Letter from One of Our Correspondents.’ Signed ‘J.H.’ [Nov. 1863]. 4 pp.
(December 25, 1837) letter from William C. Benton, Washington, D. C., to “Dear Sir.” ALS 3 pp. Re: copy of speech given at Faneuil Hall (Boston) by the recipient of the letter, thanking the speaker for his remarks on interference of slavery in Southern states. Says “there is no constant feeling of alarm among us.” Letter may have been written to Mr. Austin (James T. Austin, Attorney General of Massachusetts, Boston). Handwritten annotation by C. M. McClung.
Inaugural Address of William G. Brownlow, Governor of Tennessee to the General Assembly, April 1865. Handwritten, leather-bound volume. 1 vol., some water & mold damage. + 2 books given to McClung Collection : Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Decline of Secession... by W.G. Brownlow, 1862 (duplicate) and Life of Andrew Johnson... by James S. Jones, 1901. Inscribed in front to Jno B. Brownlow from Walter P. Brownlow. (McClung Collection has 2 copies)