Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Letters to J.A. and T.E. Barr (Arcadia, Tenn.) from J.W. Huff (Loudon, Tenn.) requesting land rents on Addie Anderson's inherited land of John Anderson (Sullivan County, Tenn.) Includes several receipts and postal receipt signed by postmaster Thos. [Thomas] Fa
Collection of tax and other receipts Henry Hubbs, Knoxville, 1940s-1960s.
Bill and receipt for services rendered by George Farragut as Inspector of Arms and Keeper of Magazine and Public Store at Knoxville. October 1, 1795 - October 1, 1796. Received $180.00 from David Henley, War Department. October 4, 1796. ADS 1 pc.
September 27, 1796, receipt from Jessee Brentley, Knoxville, to David Henley for $2.00 received for attending and moving Michael Maloney, a wounded militia man under the command of Lt. Lovely at Tellico. ADS 1 p.
November 7, 1733, receipt from John Carter to John Dupree. ADS 1 pc. (Mounted). Penciled note at bottom of mounting: A.D.S. of “Secretary” John Carter of “Corotman” and “Shirley,” oldest son of “King” Robert Carter of “Corotman.”
The John E. Lutz Business Papers consist of letters and receipts kept while managing his Knoxville-based shoe and hat business, J. E. Lutz & Co. from 1886-1895.
Receipt to J.B.G. Kinsloe for ‘one double barrelled shotgun, no. 953, valued at $15, and deposited in the Ordnance Office for the use of the Confederate Army service.’ P.M. McClung, Ordnance Officer, by John E. Heling? (Delius?) ADS 1 pc. (tape at lower right). J.B.G. Kinsloe was editor of a Knoxville newspaper during the Civil War, in business with W.G. Brownlow.
Knoxville business letterheads, old bills and receipts, ca. 1890s (Gift of Mr. & Mrs. E. I. Miller).
Knoxville business letterheads, old bills and receipts, ca. 1890s.
Mae Lynn Collection: includes photographs, receipts, postcards, stampless entires/covers, stamps, and ephemera. Listing with collection. + scrapbook of Spanish-American War clippings. Photographs include: Mae Lynn; Smith School in Kodak, 1902; Cherokee Knitting Mills on Baxter Avenue, 1925; Beech Springs School, 1912-1915; Grey Eagle steamboat; Aluminum Company of America WWII snapshot.
Handwritten receipt on 3 1/4” x 8” piece of paper. “Knoxville 26 March 1797 Received of David Henley Agt. War Sixty seven Cents for bringing up a Trunk and Bedstead of [...] from Phila. to Knox. John Kelly” on reverse “No. 16 John Kelly Rec’d 67 Cents bringing a Trunk & bedstead from Tellico to Knoxville 67 Cents”
Receipt from Dr. Isaac Wright (author of Wright’s Family Medicine; Knoxville physician) for payment of medical fees due from the estate of Governor Joseph McMinn, deceased. Note by [Dr.] James King of Knoxville saying the fees charged were reasonable. Signed twice by Dr. Wright. 1826. ADS 1 pc. (2 pp.).
Receipts, Knox County, Alex (Elick) Beets, 1915-1930, for road work, taxes, debt, etc.
Strawberry Plains Presbyterian Church (Shunem Church) History by Daniel Meek, ca. 1850. Lists names of ministers and locations of churches. 6 pp. (+ pencil notes taken from the history, 3 pp.). + 1857 ‘receipts’ for varnish, blackberry wine, colouring black, and curing rheumatic pains. 1 p.
June 24, 1797, receipt from Thomas Blount to David Allison for bills drawn by Allison on Captain John Cooper at Paris. ADS 1 pc. (brittle). (To: “Thomas Blount, Attorney in fact for Mrs. Mary Farmer, late of Crutchfriar(?), London & agent for her daughters.”)
Washington Co., Fall Branch, Tenn. 1887, Receipt for Medical services of Dr. M. F. Geralds, M. D., for services to Col. S. K. N. Patton
William A. D. Pearce receipts and notes, Elizabethton, Tenn., 1849-1884; S. H. Anderson receipt, 1897; Bristol, Elizabethton & North Carolina Railway stock certificate, 1892. (Gift of Robert T. Nance).
William A. D. Pearce receipts and notes, Elizabethton, Carter County, Tenn. 1849-1884. 49 pcs. Receipt to S.H. Anderson, Carter County Trustee. 1897. Re: interest on claims. Bristol, Elizabethton & North Carolina Railway stock certificate to Carter County, Tenn. 1892. 200 shares.