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Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

C. W. Jones, Judge of the County Court, Knox County, Tenn., quarterly report, January 1859.

Identifier: MM.1997.080
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Report of the quarterly court, January session, 1859, submitted by C. W. Jones, Judge of the County Court of Knox. ADS 4 pp.

Dates: 1859

D. M. Key letter, April 30, 1894.

Identifier: MM.1997.074
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April 30, 1894, letter from D[avid] M. Key, Judge of U.S. District Court, Eastern and Middle Districts of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tenn., to Dr. I. C. Green, West Chester, PA. ALS 1 p. Re: complying with request for an autograph; Key was Postmaster General from 1877-1880.

Dates: 1894

John Sevier document re: Judge Hugh L. White, November 2, 1805

Identifier: QMM.2013.001
Scope and Contents November 2, 1805 signed document by John Sevier, Governor in and over the State of Tennessee, certifies that Hugh L. White is a judge of the Superior Court and Courts of Equity in Tennessee. Knoxville. State seal in upper left. By the Governor, Wm. Macklin, Secretary. Oversize. ADS 1 pc. + printed page with picture of John Sevier portrait. Appointment of Hugh L. White, Esquire, Judge of the Superior Court, by Governor John Sevier, November 2, 1805. Signed by John Sevier and Wm. Maclin (Sec.)...
Dates: 1805

Judge C. Howard Bozeman interview , January 30, 2007

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Interview with Judge C. Howard Bozeman by McClung Collection Director Steve Cotham in 2007.

Bozeman speaks of his career as a Knox County Judge, Metro Knoxville and Knox County Government, Knox County school consolidation, finances, health care facilities and various political figures he worked with during his career from the 1940s through the 1980s.

Dates: January 30, 2007

Leonidas C. and John Chiles Houk Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0010
Scope and Contents Leonidas Campbell Houk (1836-1891), was born in Sevier County, Tenn. He was a lawyer, judge, and congressman. He served in the Union Army from 1861 to 1863. He was circuit judge of the 17th judicial district of Tennessee (1866-1869). Moved to Knoxville in 1870 and was involved in local and national politics. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1878 and served until his death in 1891. He was married to Elizabeth Matilda Smith (died 1879) and to Mary Belle Van Rosen. John...
Dates: 1863-1923

Program for the Inauguration of the Mayor, Members of City Council, City Judge

Identifier: Ephemera 2020.024
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Program for the December 20, 2003 inauguration of the Knoxville City Mayor (Bill Haslam), members of the Knoxville City Council, and the Knoxville City Judge.

Dates: 2003

T. A. R. (Thomas Amis Rogers) Nelson Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0002
Scope and Contents Papers of Thomas Amis Rogers Nelson (1812-1873), a lawyer, judge, congressman, and defense counsel for President Andrew Johnson in his impeachment trial of 1868. Nelson began law practice in Washington County, Tenn, in 1832, served two terms as attorney general of the 1st judicial circuit, and was presidential elector on the Whig ticket in 1844 and 1848. Strong Unionist, elected to the 36th Congress in 1859 and 1861; was captured by Confederate forces and imprisoned in Richmond, Va.. He...
Dates: 1782-1873