Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSC 0786
Scope and Contents Includes Henley family Bible, 1869 (includes family records); family pictures; photostats of David Henley documents; land dispute between Carson and Williamson in Monroe County, Tenn.; Arthur Henley estate papers; Samuel Henley documents Charlestown, Mass.; Day book, Chota, 1839-1844; Day Book Pleasant Hills, 1852-1858; Scrapbook; Thomas Henley record book, Chota, 1853, medical visits and accounts; Barclay McGhee fabric from draperies
Identifier: MSC 0033
Scope and Contents Bent Creek Store day book, May 1796-Sept. 1797 + smaller pages sewn in the back dating Sept. 19, 1797-June 5, 1800, Oct. 29, 1803, July 22, 1804. Store operated by Patrick Nenney and Hugh Graham in present day Hamblen Co., Tenn. 1 vol. + (Bent Creek Store) Ledger Book D. 1818. 1 vol. (many pages missing). + typescript of reminiscences and family traditions by descendant of Bent Creek Store owners, Antoinette Miller Taylor. April 21, 1943. 71 pp. (some gaps). Photocopy.
Identifier: MSC 0339
Scope and Contents Includes correspondence, photographs, deeds (Sam E. Young’s papers), printed material, calling cards, dentist’s records; 1 folder with house plans. Diploma from Vanderbilt University for Henry Thomas Boyd, Doctor of Dental Surgery, April 27, 1900. Diploma is attached to a heavy paper advertisement for a backing. 1 pc. Class photograph, Vanderbilt University Dental Department, 1900. H. T. Boyd and all members are identified (along with their home states). Photograph is on mat board. [Class...
Identifier: MSC 0958
Scope and Contents 1) Cheek’s Cross Road leatherbound ledger. Located in what is now Hamblen County, TN, Cheeks Cross Roads was acquired by Jesse Cheek as part of a Hawkins County, TN land grant in 1789 along the intersection of Stage Road coming from Abingdon, VA and Kentucky Road between Kentucky and the Carolinas. He built a general merchandise store in about 1795 that was later expanded to add stock pens for cattle hogs, mules, and horses. The store and all 200 acres of the Cheeks Roads property were...
Dates: 1802 - 1807; 2001
Scope and Contents At front of volume “Ledger No.1” later in text “Ledger No. 2”. Clippings from the Morristown Gazette 1890 and undated, glued over pages of the ledger. Two loose photographs of John E. Helms (both printed); Morristown P. O. List, ca. 1886-1891, pp. 64-68; handwritten poetry pp. 70-72 + fragment of printed picture of young woman; “Tortures of Love” p. 74; “Subscriptions to the Gazette” pp. 80-84. (no date)- 1 scrapbook with torn paper cover at front, missing back cover. ( 13 x 8 inches)
Scope and Contents Ledger / account book from the store and business enterprises of James L. Bacon, Morganton, Tenn. Ca. 1899-1905.
Identifier: MSC 0223
Scope and Contents Samuel Shields store ledger, Shields Station, Blaine Tennessee, 1834. It covers the period January 1, 1834-May 13, 1834. It is one unlined and handwritten ledger with a listing of items purchased by individuals during that period. It is a dry goods store ledger and items recorded include coffee, cloth, liquor and other goods. It includes the buyers' names and the goods purchased. One volume.
Scope and Contents Sevier County, Tenn. store ledger, Boyd’s Creek? (1850-1887)1 manuscript volume missing front and back cover and some pages, some pages torn.
Identifier: MSC 0457
Scope and Contents 1. Signed photograph of Theo Tate. (Henry Theodore Tate, Dec. 28, 1875-July 14, 1952). (corners taped & damaged). 2. Signed photograph of Hugh M. Tate. Knaffl & Brakebill, Knoxville, Tenn. (Donor says he was a judge involved in the Scopes Trial). Brittle backing, upper left corner missing. 3. Photocopy about signers of U.S. currency, including Secretary of the Treasury Harold Theodore Tate who served from May 31, 1928 to January 17, 1929 +2-sided color photocopy of $1.00 bill signed by...
Dates: 1882-1889; 1920-1929
Identifier: MSC 0931
Scope and Contents William Burnett’s book, 1860s-1903, most entries in 1880s. Identified by donor as from Union County, Tenn. Includes handwriting practice and rules; accounts; physician’s records in 1890s. Binding is loose.
Identifier: PAS 0074
Scope and Contents Scrapbook of Mrs. Nelle Potts Cates (or Cate) (1901-1980) made the scrapbook during World War I, using her father's ledger to make her scrapbook. Her father, A. J. Potts, was tax assessor for Knoxville and some of the ledger pages can be seen, ca. 1906. Donor and her sister, Jean Cates of Cleveland, Tenn., are the daughters of Mrs. Cates. Transferred from ETHS. Gift of Mrs. William C. Hunter.