Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Typewritten research paper and research correspondence on the Bohemian Cooperative Farming Company in Mayland, Cumberland County, Tenn., founded in the spring of 1913 (folded ca, 1916). Written by Ernest I. Miller as a graduate research paper in 1941.
“Hon. L. C. Houk Snubs the Alliance. He Gets Wrathy in Reply to Their Civil Questions and Pours out Vinegar on the Farmers Who Dare.”
Identifier: Ephemera 2013.026
Scope and Contents Printed with “Hon. J. C. J. Williams Keeps Serene and Answers Politely and Favorably.” Responses to a series of questions posed to both politicians by the Loudon County (Tenn.) Farmers Alliance.
Identifier: MSC 0102
Scope and Contents (Folders 26, 43, 49, & 75 tell of the location of Smith Family artifacts, portraits, and papers located in libraries and museums other than the McClung Collection.) Includes Tomlinson family material & Tate Springs material. Folder 13 contains postcards showing views and bldgs. of the Tate Springs Hotel. Many other postcards are in this collection, most are 19th century. Tate Springs Hotel (Inn), Knoxville Farmers Convention, agriculture, Appalachian Exposition award ribbons and cards,...
Dates: 1794 - 1930
Identifier: MSC 0901
Scope and Contents Business and personal papers, photographs, documents of John Monroe Clark (1868-1950) of Blount County, Tennessee and the allied families of Cates, Brabson, Foute and Pinkerton. John Monroe Clark was a successful banker, civic leader, businessman, and an active participant in the movement to create the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He was instrumental in preserving and maintaining Clark’s Grove Cemetery and operated a large farm in Blount County. Other important individuals in the...