Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Ellen McClung Berry Travel Materials consists of items related to the estate of Ellen McClung Berry, with a focus on her trip abroad in the late 1920’s. It includes a travel diary detailing her solo trip around the world from 1927-1928. It also contains a photo album from earlier trips to Italy with her family in the early 1920’s. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, journals, and documents involving her parents, as well as genealogy of the McClung family.
Publications and papers relating to two cruises taken by Mr. and Mrs. Frank MacDonald in 1935. Caribbean cruise (Great White Fleet) and European cruise (Holland America S.S. Rotterdam)
August 30, 1827, letter from John Williams, Knoxville, to Hon. Wm. B. Rochester, N. Y., ALS 3 pp. (1 pc.). Re: advice about Rochester’s travels to Guatemala, offer to travel with Capt. Phillips, dress. money, weather, supplies in Guatemala. + carbon typed note about Williams from seller. Col. John Williams (1778-1837), William B. Rochester (Minister to Guatemala).
Journal of the vacation tour of the Mediterranean Sea, 1934, by Laura (Johnson?) from East Tennessee.
Journal of the vacation tour of the Mediterranean Sea, 1934, by Laura (Johnson?) from East Tennessee. Traveled on the S.S. Rex with a group of ladies.
Manley (Manly) DeWitt Barber journal, no date, 1874-1892, 1894. Photocopy. Gift of Dean L. Barber and Harriet Barber Blizzard.
Manley DeWitt Barber journal, no date, 1874-1892, 1894. Bound photocopy. Manly DeWitt Barber was born in 1852 and lived in DeKalb, Illinois. Writings about his travels include trips to Tennessee, the Rockies, Kansas, Chicago. He also wrote about his childhood, daily life, family, etc. 634 pp. + subject index at the back of the volume.
Material from the Roger Q. Williams Tours, Knoxville, Tenn., 1941-1968. Includes: correspondence, passenger lists, bills, motel and promotional brochures (particularly on the 1964-1965 New York Worlds Fair). The four phonograph albums are from the 194? trip to Hollywood.
Scrapbook of History and Travel Clippings, 1889-1927; two small paintings, photographs, sketches in loose material in the back of the scrapbook
Approximately 200 separate reels of 16mm film of various lengths, totaling several thousand feet, representing Vic Weals' activities as a journalist, news stringer, and industrial filmmaker in East Tennessee from the 1950s to the 1970s. Weals was a columnist for the Knoxville Journal for several decades. The collection includes raw footage, pre-print materials, and preservation elements for a 1957 sponsored film promoting the Knox County school system.
The Trotter Family Collection contains materials descended through the prominent Sevier County, Tenn. Family. The Collection includes photograph albums of family members and travels, correspondence and other materials collected by Jess Wynn Trotter during her travels, scrapbooks containing historical clippings, and other ephemera related to the Trotter family.
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