New Market (Tenn.)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
“Anchor Buggies: W. B. Minnis & Co., New Market, Tenn.” printed advertising sign (cardboard, 7 x 36 inches) (black letters on light orange background).
Appalachian Electric Cooperative By-Laws (printed booklet, 31 pp. No date); Appalachian Electric Cooperator, October 15, 1940, Jefferson City, Tenn. Letter to members from Kenneth B. Metcalf, Manager. 1 pc.; Appalachian Electric Cooperative Membership Certificate No. 1521. To J. H. Denton, New Market, Tenn. December 10, 1941. DS 1 pc. + envelope postmarked January 5, 1942 (with two 3-cent stamps).
D. Hoyt religious essay, 1833; Rev. Joshua Lawrence remarks, 1830; Boaz family record; Julius Ochs & Co. bond, 1866. (photostats)
PHOTOSTATIC copies of: “A Series of Short Essays on Baptism,” Published at Maryville, T. by D. Hoyt, 1833. “Dolph’s Encomiastic Remarks on a Patriotic Discourse, Delivered at Tarboro, N.C. July 4th, 1830. By the Rev. Joshua Lawrence.” New Market, T. 1833. Boaz family record--births, deaths. Julius Ochs & Co. bond, 1866.
MM.1981.065 a: February 4, 1922 letter from Frances Hodgson Burnett, Madison Square Hotel, N. Y., to Mamie B. Foust, Knoxville. ALS 6 pp. (2 pcs. + envelope). Re: Miss Foust’s letter; the wedding dress Burnett wore to a ball at the Lamar House; New Market, Tenn.; Sally O’Neill. + June 14, 1940 clipping re: letter from Knoxville News-Sentinel. MM.1981.065 b: Typed transcript of February 4, 1922 Burnett letter to Foust + mounted newspaper clipping.
George Washington Cook Civil War letters to wife Sarah Mills Cook, 1862-1865. Co. F, 1st Tennessee Cavalry, U. S. Army. (Gift of Timothy K. Humpal).
Family Bible (published 1874) of Hays, Green, Greene, Larrance families. Includes marriage record of William L. Hays and Sarah Larrance, New Market, Tenn. Poor condition.
Houston’s Mineral Water, New Market, Tennessee (label for bottle)
Letter from James S. Meek, Caldwell County, Ky, (postmarked Princeton, Ky.), to Lemuel McBee, Newmarket (New Market), Jefferson County, Tenn. May 29, 1835. ALS 4 pp. (1 pc.). Family news, growing and selling tobacco, U. S. Bank and bank charter, Judge White is the peoples’ candidate, caucus of nine members of Congress and David Crockett, the great coonkiller of the west, politics, let me know the price of Negroes there, wish to buy one or two negroes,
1) January 19, 1929. Typed letter to E.A. McSpadden (New Market, Tenn.) from J.R. Allen, Sheriff (Sevierville, Tenn.). Recommendation letter for Deputy James L. Butler. Signed. 1pp. 2) February 18, 1929. Typed letter to J.R. Allen, Deputy (Sevierville, Tenn.) from Bank of New Market (Tenn.). Request for collection on three notes - Harmon Loveday, Audrey Franklin, and R.M. Teague. 1pp.
Interview with Mildred Truan by McClung Collection Director Steve Cotham.
Truan discusses her Swiss immigrant family's dairy farm in New Market in the 1800s, her family history, the Gouffon-Tryan cheese house on Tazewell Pike (now at the Museum of East Tennessee History), life on the farm and farming activities, teaching at the Ritta Elementary School and the school's integration.
New Market, Tenn., Church Homecoming. Aug. 13-22, no year. Brazelton’s Studio (photographs) Gift of John Coker.
Photograph of African-American church homecoming group, Aug. 13-22, no year. New Market, Tenn. Brazelton’s Studio. Damaged photograph; mounted on cardboard. (McClung made copy neg. June 1997)
New Market, Tenn.: -One photograph of small building with 3 African American men in front; -Young African American woman holding book ‘Thy Kingdom Come.’ word Brazelton written on bottom; -Young African American woman holding diploma(?), words L .D. Fagg, Knoxville, Tenn. written on bottom; -Portrait of African American man; -Outdoor photograph of white woman with two children.
Records of Holston College, Newmarket (Jefferson County, Tenn.). 1838-1906. Presented by J. Peck. Handwritten volume, 286 pp. + 1869 notes on p. 372, one page of loose notes, 1892, and 1887 contract between Trustees and J. D. Murphy on inside back cover.
W. H. and J. T. Moffett Papers. New Market, Tenn. 1830s-1880s (Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Armistead) (Account books).
October 17, 1853, agreement between Abraham Woodward and Samuel B. Cunningham, President of the E. T. & Va. RR, to submit to the decision of Judge Robert M. Anderson re: Woodward’s land near New Market, Tenn., used by the railroad. Includes Judge Anderson’s decision at the bottom of the page. ADS 1 p. + env.