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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Stewart Fraktur/music manuscripts. 1863-1867 (Gift of Cenda Price).

Identifier: MSC 0866
Scope and Contents

Original fraktur / music manuscripts created by Charles Stewart of PA. 1863-1867. 13 items. Titles of songs listed with collection

Dates: 1863-1867

DuPree Collection.

Identifier: MM.1982.005
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- 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

Ernest T. Crawford Papers, Singing Evangelist from Clinton, Tenn. Ca. 1920s-1930s. (Gift of Ronald R. Allen)

Identifier: MM.1979.049
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Papers of Ernest T. Crawford, ‘Singing Evangelist,’ Clinton, Tenn. Ca. 1920s-1930s. Includes announcements of his appearances; photograph of Crawford and of river baptism; Crawford’s song “Don’t Let Him Call In Vain,’ Crawford’s Odd Fellows certificates, 1911, 1912; membership cards to Alpha Lodge, F.& A.M., 1913, 1915.

Dates: circa 1910s-1930s

George Lewis Janney Civil War letters (Gift of Edward W. Wolford).

Identifier: MM.2011.017
Scope and Contents George Lewis Janney (August 16, 1841-June 18, 1915) Civil War letters. August 23, 1861-June 16, 1865. Written by George Lewis Janney, Indiana 36th Regiment, to friends and family. He was from Wheeling, Delaware County, Indiana. Written from Richmond; Camp Wayne; Camp Wickliff; University Hospital, Nashville, Tenn.; Camp 36th Ind. Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Camp 36th Ind., Georgia; Hospital No. 5, Nashville, Tenn.; Camp 36th Ind. near Atlanta, Ga.; Camp Cripple Creek, Tenn. December 18, 1864, has...
Dates: 1861-1864

Hall and Stakely Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0017
Scope and Contents Papers of the Hall and Stakely families. William Maulsby Stakely (1804-1898), born in Hawkins County, Tenn, married Sarah Smith (1811-1857) in 1828. They lived in Madisonville, Monroe County, Tenn. He was a postmaster and merchant. Moved to Union Springs, Ala, in 1863. Two of the Stakely daughter married two Hall cousins. Martha Stakely married Judge Elijah T. Hall of Knoxville in 1860. Caroline Stakely married James Spears Hall in 1874. James Hall ran a general store in Knoxville, which...
Dates: 1825-1952

Invitation to a public reception for Rev. W. G. Brownlow by the citizens of Philadelphia, June 13, 1862; “A Hunkey Boy Is Yankee Doodle.” (ephemera)

Identifier: Ephemera 2001.006
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Invitation to James B. Longacre to the public reception of Rev. W.G. Brownlow of Tennessee by the Citizens of Philadelphia, June 13, 1862. Signed by Wm. D. Lewis. 1 pc. + “A Hunkey Boy Is Yankee Doodle.” Lyrics to a song mentioning Parson Brownlow. A.W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia. ND. 1 pc.

Dates: 1862

John Wesley Reams Collection.

Identifier: MSC 0201
Scope and Contents Collection of John Wesley Reams, Lowland Community, Hamblen County, Tenn. He was graduated from Mossy Creek College (now Carson-Newman College) in June 1879. He was a music teacher and a violinist. Collection consists of sheet music, entertainment programs, newspaper clippings (including Ted Shawn Dance Company and Lola McCormack), 1894-95 list of coffins sold, etc. 13 photographs received Aug. 18, 1981 (Joppa; New Market train wreck, 1917*; Mule Day; Asbury Marble Quarry). Snapshots...
Dates: 1870s-1910s

“Legend of Aunt Haley” by Lois Gilbert

Identifier: MM.2020.025
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Song written by Lois Gilbert titled “The Legend of Aunt Haley” (no music, only lyrics). Also included information on Aunt Mahala Mullins (nicknamed “Aunt Haley”).

Dates: undated

Slate Stone Horror. Song composed by John Weatherford, Coal Creek, Tenn. (ephemera)

Identifier: Ephemera 2008.001
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Slate Stone Horror. Song composed by John Weatherford, Coal Creek, Tenn. Printed words to song (or poem) re: coal mining disasters. John Weatherford was ‘at the scene of both disasters, Fratersville (sic.) and Cross Mountain mines.’ ephemera 1 pc. printed (torn and dirty with pencil markings at top and bottom). About 5 x 10”

Dates: ca. 1910s

Song Balet

Identifier: MM.2021.010
Scope and Contents

Song Balet, "Heavenly Sunlite," handwritten in pencil; dated Jany the 2, 1904 (01/02/1904) 1 page

Dates: 1904

W. H. and J. T. Moffett Papers. New Market, Tenn. 1830s-1880s (Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Armistead) (Account books).

Identifier: MSC 0789
Scope and Contents W. H. and J. T. Moffett Papers include store accounts, papers, and books , ca. 1830s-1880s, from New Market, Tenn. Most are from W. H. Moffett’s mercantile business, including partnerships with J. S. Moffett, General William Brazelton, and his son J. T. Moffett. Several other subjects include East Tennessee & Virginia Railroad; New Market area; account books; coal kiln; Panther Springs; tax receipts; health and medicine; Moffett & Shields Iron Founders; Andrew McMillan; Wilson &...
Dates: 1860s-1880s