Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Original fraktur / music manuscripts created by Charles Stewart of PA. 1863-1867. 13 items. Titles of songs listed with collection
- 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.
Ernest T. Crawford Papers, Singing Evangelist from Clinton, Tenn. Ca. 1920s-1930s. (Gift of Ronald R. Allen)
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.
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)
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.
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”