Fink, Paul Mathes, 1892-1980
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Paul Fink Collection, Civil War Manuscripts.
Collection consists of an estimated 200 items relating to the 4th Tennessee Infantry Volunteers, U. S. A.
Paul Fink Collection--Rugby and Early East Tennessee Schools.
Material collected by Paul Fink of Jonesboro, Tenn. Includes: Rugby information; early East Tennessee school catalogs; and miscellaneous periodical publications. See listing with box. Includes catalogs for Greeneville College (1855), McMinn Academy (1853, 1854, 1856) Odd Fellows Female College, Rogersville (1851, 1856), View of the University of Tennessee Campus (1890s).
Paul Fink Collection--Washington County, Tenn., ca. 1781-1931. [PHOTOCOPIES].
The Paul Fink Collection contains primarily Washington Co., Tenn., manuscripts and legal records, ca. 1781-1931. Papers are arranged in two sections: chronologically, 1871-1931 (13 boxes); or by “Separate Files” for legal cases too large to be interfiled by date. There are also some subject files and account books. Many folders have detailed contents lists (handwritten) at the front of the folder. The detailed card index (4 boxes) should be consulted.
Paul Fink correspondence with Joseph Cox concerning Great Smoky Mountains (1927).
Paul Fink correspondence with Joseph Cox concerning Great Smoky Mountains (1927). Fink was promoting putting the Great Smoky Mountains into “Ask Adventure” and putting forward Horace Kephart as writer for stories on the Smokies.
Paul Mathes Fink Papers.
Section of oak foundation timber from Tennessee’s first courthouse, Jonesborough, ca. 1778. Gift of Paul Fink, 1931
Section of oak foundation timber from Tennessee’s first courthouse, Jonesborough, ca. 1778. Gift of Paul Fink, 1931.