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Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:

“Swan Pond: A Tennessee State Shrine.” Articles on Ramsey House by Knoxville Branch of the National League of American Pen Women. TS 1957.

Identifier: MM.1998.029
Scope and Contents “Swan Pond: A Tennessee State Shrine.” Articles on Ramsey House written by members of the Knoxville Branch of the National League of American Pen Women. Presented to Lawson McGhee Library on October 5, 1957. TS. In cover with original artwork on Ramsey House by Quinn. Contents: “Ballad of Ramsey House” by Maud M. Turpin; “Ramsey House: Home of the Courageous” by Josephine Strong Breeding; “The Ramsey House and Nathaniel Hawthorne” by Frances Woolley; “I Remember Cousin Lizzie” by Lillian...
Dates: 1957

Teacher’s Registers, Knox County, Tenn. 1877-1897.

Identifier: MSC 0234
Scope and Contents

Tennessee Public School Teacher’s Registers for District 18, Knox County, Tenn., for 1877-1897. The registers list student’s names, ages, attendance records, sex, and grades. Schools included are Antioch, Clear Springs, Maget’s Cove, Mascot, Rising Sun, and the Rock. Also, two minute books with cash accounts and census of school populations for 1872-1883 and 1884-1888.

Dates: 1872-1897

W.E. Nash Collection

Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.007
Content Description T-120VF Sony VHS videotape with various lectures given by William E. Nash to Sally Ealy's elementary school class in McMinn County, as well as two television appearances featuring Nash taped from the television. Description on container:Black History, Athens, Tennessee Professor W.E. Nash J.L. Cook High School Taped at Englewood School, Sally Ealy's History Classes1) 00-48 February 1986, Prof. Nash's Early Life 1887-19212) 49:39-1:55 March...
Dates: 1986-1988

W.E. Nash Collection

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.007
Dates: 1986-1988

William B. Reynolds Papers, 1855-1876.

Identifier: MSC 0169
Scope and Contents William Barton Reynolds (1820-1882) was born in Hawkins County, Tenn., and lived in Benton, Polk County, Tenn. He died in Rome, Ga. Folders 1-3 include correspondence to and from William Barton Reynolds, 1855-1876. Major correspondents were son-in-law Peter Smith and John H. Reynolds. Topics include family business, education, the Civil War and conditions in East Tennessee, Lincoln’s death, and spiritualism. Folder 4 has a copy of W.B. Reynold’s obituary and reprints of six family...
Dates: 1855-1876

William Ballard Lenoir Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0011
Scope and Contents Papers of William Ballard Lenoir (1775-1852), merchant, farmer, justice of the peace. Moved with wife Elizabeth Avery Lenoir to land grant in Roane County, Tenn. Built the Lenoir Inn there, and had a farm, general store, cotton factory, and flour mill. Papers include personal and business correspondence re: family in Tennessee and North Carolina; bills; accounts; deeds. Some letters have typed transcriptions. Topics include Lenoir family; Cherokee Indian removal to Oklahoma, 1838; business,...
Dates: 1798-1882

William Hawn (1834-1888) Papers., ca. 1847-ca. 1953. (Gift of Burrell Hawn).

Identifier: MSC 0699
Scope and Contents Correspondence of William Hawn (1834-1888) family, Knox County, Tenn. Papers cover the years ca. 1847-ca. 1953. Includes parents of William Hawn, Jacob and Elizabeth Hawn; and brothers Michael, John, Andrew (A.L. ) , and Joseph Hawn. Subjects include Civil War era papers with William, John and Michael fighting with the Union Army (Co. E, 13th Indiana Cavalry) and A.L. in the Confederate Army (Co. B, 3rd Tennessee Cavalry). Includes letters to and from home, paperwork, receipts, books,...
Dates: circa 1847-1953

Wilma Dykeman Stokely: History of Appalachia, May 12, 1983, 2023-02-23

Identifier: TAMIS V 2022.001.001
Scope and Contents 00:43:02 runtimeJames R. Stokely Institute for Liberal Arts Education presents a faculty seminar: Appalachia in Perspective (yellow font blue background)History of Appalachia: Wilma Dykeman StokelyVideo of Wilma Dykeman Stokely standing behind a podium and giving a lecture on “relationships of different types of education, relationships between two communities of learning . . . this history is more of an examination of attitudes than it is of aptitudes.”...
Dates: May 12, 1983; Record Keeping: 2023-02-23