McClung, Lee, 1870-1914
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSC 0130
Scope and Contents Research by Ellen McClung Green (1872-1956) on genealogy (McClung, Green, Mills, Morgan, and White families) and the history of Knoxville. Also includes family correspondence, 1835-1951; newspaper clippings on Calvin Morgan McClung, Lee McClung, Frank McClung, and the McClung Historical Collection; handwritten cookbook of Ellen McClung Green, 1892.
Scope and Contents November 14, 1902 (or 1907) letter from John H. Reagan, Palestine, Tex., to Mr. Lee McClung. ALS 1 p. Thanks McClung for canoe trip pictures.
Dates: circa 1902
Identifier: MSC 0601
Scope and Contents Lee McClung (March 26, 1870-December 19, 1914) of Knox County, Tenn, was appointed the 22nd Treasurer of the United States, serving from 1909-1912. Folder 1: Statement from Chas. H. Treat, Retiring Treasurer of the United States, Nov. 1 & Dec. 31,1909. Signed by Lee McClung, Treasurer of the United States - Note '(Personal property of Lee McClung, Washington, D.C., Jan. 29, 1910') removed from backing of frame, unframed May 2018. Folder 2: Statement from Lee McClung, Retiring Treasurer of...
Identifier: MSC 0022a
Scope and Contents Papers of Calvin Morgan McClung, son of Frank H. McClung and Eliza Mills McClung. Includes correspondence of Calvin M. McClung, his parents, his wife Annie McGhee McClung, her sisters, their daughters Lida McClung Ross and May Lawson (Polly) McClung Melish, and other family and friends. Most of the letters are from 1874-1898. Subjects include: Calvin McClung’s years at Yale, 1874-1876; his trip to Europe in 1878; trips by relatives to resorts and to Europe; Annie McClung’s death at Saratoga...