Broome, Harvey Benjamin, 1902-1968
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Harvey Broome Papers.
Identifier: MSC 0259
Scope and Contents Harvey Broome (1902-1968) was a lawyer, conservationist, writer of natural history. He was a graduate of the University of Tennessee (1923), received a law degree from Harvard (1926), and was licensed to practice law in Tennessee and before the Sixth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals and the U. S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee, Harvey Broome was one of the organizers of the Wilderness Society in 1935. Harvey and his wife Anne were avid hikers and members of the Smoky Mountains...
Miss Willie V. Cooper files and Harvey Broome files
Identifier: MSC 0148
Scope and Contents
Miss Willie V. Cooper files and Harvey Broome files relating to their work with SMHC.
Paul Mathes Fink Papers.
Identifier: MSC 0123
Scope and Contents Includes papers, records, photographs and memorabilia of Paul Mathes Fink (1892-1980) of Jonesboro, Tenn. Subjects include: Jonesboro, Washington County, Tenn; Tennessee Historical Commission, 1969-1975; Appalachian Consortium; Great Smoky Mountains; Appalachian Trail; Arnold Guyot; photographs and slides, most of Great Smoky Mountains; George Masa; Benton McKaye; Horace Kephart. 1909 Jonesboro High School diploma and 1920 Kerbela Temple certificate in folder 1. Appalachian Consortium award...
Dates: 1909 - 1976
William A. Hart Jr. Collection
Identifier: MSC 1003
Scope and Contents
1) Approximately 100 letters from Anne Broome written to the donor between 1975 and 1983. Included is a beaver-chewed stick with Harvey Broome's mailing label attached, a letter from Anne describes where he found the object. 2) Research done by the donor for an article about Harvey Broome titled "A View in the Wilderness: The Miracle of Harvey Broome" published in Smokies Life Magazine, Volume 8, No. 1.
Dates: 1975 - 1983; 2014