Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSC 0453
Scope and Contents Photographs and papers related to the Boyd and Barton families of East Tennessee. Box 1 includes handwritten Mason genealogy, possibly by Sue Boyd, tracing family from 1773-1891; Sue Boyd autograph album collecting signatures and notes from 1860-1863, including a note from “Cousin Belle Boyd”; Sue Boyd Barton letter to H.L. McClung dated July 1, 1924, including a mention of a gift of a black locust mallet cut from part of the foundation of Blount House; Boyd family photos, including some from...
Identifier: MSC 0384
Scope and Contents Boyd-Barton Collection, gift of Betty Tarpy. Contains 4 unidentified tintypes, photographs, papers, 1 glass plate negative, 2 framed photographs (including an unidentified woman in ruff and small cap), 2 photograph albums, 1 album of art cards, 4 scrapbooks, and The Journal and Tribune, May 17, 1909. An inventory and a list of photographs in the albums are available. Includes: Margaret McCalla’s book of “Themes,” Alvin Barton Tribute in 1901 Tennessee University Magazine, Susan H. Boyd...
Identifier: MSC 0313
Scope and Contents Boyd family manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs and books. (partially processed). Includes newspaper clippings and papers of the Boyd and Lutz families. Especially Carrie Lou Boyd Lutz (Mrs. Charles Lutz).
Identifier: SPC 2009.007
Scope and Contents Family photograph of the Boyd Family of Knoxville. Taken by T.M. Schleier, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1850s. Standing: Samuel Beckett Boyd (lawyer, judge, Mayor of Knoxville). Seated, l-r: Sophia(?) Boyd Conick(?), Eva Boyd Munson, Jimmy Boyd, Sue Boyd Barton, Susan Howard Mason Boyd (Mrs. Samuel B.), Ella Boyd, John Mason Boyd, and Anna Boyd Fleming.
Scope and Contents Handwritten and typed notes made from conversations with Miss Sue Barton, Knoxville. Mentions Generals Burnside, McClellan, and Sanders; battle at Fort Sanders; Bleak House; Boyd family, etc. Also, Christmas cards with notes on the back. On an envelope accompanying the collection: “Mrs. Etta G. Coile notes by Miss Helen Galbreath conversation with Sue Barton.”
Identifier: MSC 0168
Scope and Contents Papers of the Wiley and McAdoo families, 1817-1913 (most from 1870s-1880s). Papers include: letters; deeds and wills; coal mining papers; some family history (McAdoo, Wiley, Gibbs, Grills, Ingles, Boyd); land surveys; printed material.
Dates: 1817-1913; bulk 1870-1890