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Campbell County (Tenn.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Account book from unidentified East Tennessee business [Campbell County, Tenn.?]. 1839-1842. (account books)

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1998.033
Scope and Contents

Account book from unidentified East Tennessee business [Campbell County, Tenn.?]. 1839-1842. 1 volume (158 pp.). Includes index of accounts/customer’s names in front of volume.

Dates: 1839-1842

Anti-Strip Mining Question and Answer , 1975

 Item
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 18
Scope and Contents Question and answer session in Knoxville with anti-strip-mining activists from Campbell County. Activists meeting with a group from Knoxville to discuss a film on strip-mining screened the previous evening. Environmental and economic problems caused by strip-mining are discussed, including the need to reclaim strip-mined land and fight absentee landowners. Federal House Resolution 1000 (Strip Mining Abolition Act) and Tennessee state resolutions called the Mountain People's bill and a...
Dates: 1975

Bible of J. M. and Martha Bridges Bowman.

 Collection
Identifier: FB 0059
Scope and Contents

Bible of J. M. and Martha Bridges Bowman, Campbell County, Tenn. Bible is in poor condition. Also includes one copy photograph [J.M. and Martha Bridges Bowman] and the image on a CD.

Dates: Publication: 1898

Campbell County Courthouse agreement, 1859.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2011.021
Scope and Contents Article of agreement between H. B. Goins (Goans), H. B. Bowling, Joel Bowling, George Bowling, And R. J. Jarnagin and James Williams et al., the Commission acting for Campbell County, Tenn., to build a courthouse in Jacksborough, Campbell County, modeled after the courthouse in Rutledge, Grainger County, Tenn. January 4, 1859. Provides building details and payment information. Signed by H. B. Goans, H. B. Bowling, Joel Bowling, G. W. Bowling, R. J. Jarnagin, James Cooper, Jonathan Lindsey,...
Dates: 1859

Deeds and legal papers, Cocke and nearby counties, Tennessee Mining and Mfg. Co., General Oil Gas Corp.

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Identifier: MM.2013.013
Scope and Contents Materials include: Map – Showing the Property of Tennessee Mining & Mfg. Co. – Knox, Anderson, Morgan, Scott, Campbell Counties. Deeds – for properties in Cocke, Washington, Blount Counties, Town of Newport. Legal papers – for businesses, property, etc. in : North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee (General Oil Gas Corporation) – interests held in businesses by the family. News clippings – Old Blount Buildings”, “1921 Construction Crew” –Maryville, Tenn., 1965. Photograph: Pigeon River, taken...
Dates: 20th century

F. M. Comer Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1983.014 a&b
Scope and Contents

MM-1983-014 a: F.M. Comer Papers, 1883-1898. MM-1983-014 b: F.M. Comer Papers, 1901-1948. Papers of Francis M. Comer, Campbell County, Tenn., and John F. Comer, Knoxville, Tenn. Papers include: F. M. Comer deeds for land in Campbell County, Tenn., 1883-1890; pension papers for F. M. and J. F. Comer

Dates: 1883-1948

George L. Ridenour Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0968
Scope and Contents

This collection contains personal ephemera relating to Dr. George L. Ridenour including photographs, correspondence with his daughter, Crea Ridenour, and legal documents.

Dates: 1936 - 1978

Jellico City School Commencement Program

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.048
Scope and Contents

Jellico, Tenn. 1925 City School Commencement Program Play, titled "A Rose Dream", 2 pgs. Tattered thin paper program lists all the many children and the many parts played: Queen, fairies, elves, roses, butterflies, summer breezes, raindrops plus a whole garden of flowers. Adult coaches included.

Dates: 1925

John H. Barnard land entry, 1887.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1981.077
Scope and Contents

Survey notes and map showing John H. Barnard’s land entry of 1,000 acres in Campbell County, Tenn. Entry no. 1510. Surveyed by R. D. Perkins, Deputy County Surveyor for Campbell County. 1 pc. Oversize. .

Dates: 1887

LaFollette High School, LaFollette, Tenn. “The Valley Echo,” May 3, 1939 (no. 7).

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Identifier: Ephemera 2019.049
Scope and Contents

LaFollette High School, LaFollette, Tenn. “The Valley Echo,” May 3, 1939 (no. 7)

Dates: 1939

Mountain Heritage Festival at Stinking Creek

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 16
Scope and Contents Footage of the Mountain Heritage Festival in Stinking Creek, Tennessee including musical performances featuring guitar, piano, banjo, and dulcimer. Songs performed include I'll Fly Away, Sheltered in the Arms of God, I Know What You're Talking About, Wasted Years, Country Roads, and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. Also includes footage of antique auto display, craft fair and quilt auction, people eating and enjoying the festival, and a performance about the history of Sadie McCoy, a historic woman...
Dates: 1973-1976

Olivia P. Brisbin Collection, Kincaid Research.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0038
Scope and Contents

Genealogical research on John Kincaid of Fincastle, Campbell Co., Tenn, and his descendants done by Olivia Perkins Brisbin of Ontario, Canada. Also includes research on the Craven and related families + original manuscripts, no date, 1808-1876. Mostly Kincaid deeds, Campbell Co., Tenn.

Dates: 1808-1876

Russell Miller Family Papers (Campbell County, Tenn.) ( from the Blanche Rigby estate).

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Identifier: MSC 0372
Scope and Contents

Russell Miller, Sheriff, Campbell County, Tenn.,. Includes Campbell County tax lists, 1844-1845; papers from 1853-1869; receipts, Civil War letters, family letters to Mouse Creek area (Monroe County). Russell Miller went to Ky. during Civil War, Confederate sympathizer.

Dates: 1844-1869

Smith and Kincaid Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0826
Scope and Contents Personal and legal papers of the Smith and Kincaid families of Campbell County. Tennessee. John Kincaid was a farmer, lawyer, and large landowner, who handled many lawsuits. W. H. Smith was his son-in-law. Relationships are confusing since there were two Smith families in the county and the Kincaid family intermarried with both. W. H. Smith was one of the executors of John Kincaid’s estate and also handled legal matters for other members of the Kincaid family. Many of these papers pertain to...
Dates: 1839-1892