McClung, Calvin Morgan, 1855-1919
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSC 0952
Scope and Contents Includes Laura Luttrell’s annotated printed catalog of the original gift from Barbara Adair McClung of her husband’s, Calvin M. McClung, personal library to create the McClung Collection. One copy of original printed catalog with circa 2018 inventory updates. One unmarked copy of original printed catalog. One folder with circa 2018 updates to original catalog of missing items.One copy of Presentation of Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection...
Identifier: MSC 0327
Scope and Contents Handwritten page of notes for corrections provided by Calvin McClung to the editors of Baedekers, The United States with an Excursion into Mexico (3rd rev. ed.) Calvin McClung was hired to edit the Smokies portion of the text.
Scope and Contents Letter from Calvin M. McClung, Knoxville, Tenn., to Mr. Madison W. McCleskey, Columbia, S.C. November 15, 1837. Handwritten transcribed copy by Barbara McClung. 5 pp. Re: college days over; illness in Knoxville; possible visit to Jane Irwin in Athens, Ga.; Female Academy; friend John Lea.
Scope and Contents Calvin M. McClung marriage license to Annie McGhee. Knox County, Tenn. March 3, 1881. DS 1 pc. Signed by Thomas W. Humes. + 1 envelope with 2 cent stamp.
Identifier: MSC 0019
Scope and Contents Charles McClung McGhee (1828-1907) was the son of John and Elizabeth McClung McGhee and the great-grandson of James White. He was a financier, railroad executive, and a philanthropist. He graduated from East Tennessee University in 1846 and married Isabella White, daughter of Hugh White. She died in 1848 and in 1857 he married her sister Cornelia. McGhee was involved in the growth of railroads in the South, and had coal and iron interests. He was on the Board of Trustees of the University of...
Identifier: MSC 0130
Scope and Contents Research by Ellen McClung Green (1872-1956) on genealogy (McClung, Green, Mills, Morgan, and White families) and the history of Knoxville. Also includes family correspondence, 1835-1951; newspaper clippings on Calvin Morgan McClung, Lee McClung, Frank McClung, and the McClung Historical Collection; handwritten cookbook of Ellen McClung Green, 1892.
Scope and Contents James White note to Lt. Robert Rhea, Sept. 9, 1793. Re: Re: collect your troop of horses and do your best to overtake the thieves & retake the horses. ALS 1 pc. Mounted on paper. Penciled note ‘Very Rare.’
Scope and Contents Photocopies of documents with background on the transition of Lawson McGhee Library to the Free Public Library and other historical documents containing the history of LML.
Dates: 1888; 1914 - 1917; 1944
Identifier: MSC 0022a
Scope and Contents Papers of Calvin Morgan McClung, son of Frank H. McClung and Eliza Mills McClung. Includes correspondence of Calvin M. McClung, his parents, his wife Annie McGhee McClung, her sisters, their daughters Lida McClung Ross and May Lawson (Polly) McClung Melish, and other family and friends. Most of the letters are from 1874-1898. Subjects include: Calvin McClung’s years at Yale, 1874-1876; his trip to Europe in 1878; trips by relatives to resorts and to Europe; Annie McClung’s death at Saratoga...
Identifier: QSPC 1997.002
‘Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths of Members of the McClung and Related Families’ by Calvin Morgan McClung, Knoxville, Tenn.
Scope and Contents ‘Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths of Members of the McClung and Related Families by Calvin Morgan McClung, Knoxville, Tenn.’ 1 vol. Handwritten, penciled notes arranged alphabetically by the first letter of the surname.
Identifier: MM.1992.002 a&b
Scope and Contents MM-1991-002 a: original manuscript of Kenneth Robertson on Spotswood Family research, 1891. Written on Webster Composition book. Contains handwritten notes by Calvin M. McClung in margins. MM-1992-002 b: photocopy of the above item.
Identifier: MSC 0022b
Scope and Contents (Folder 1 of 2): Transcriptions of Eliza Mills McClung’s original letters (1874-1879) to her son, Calvin Morgan McClung. Letters are in covers. Folder includes typed “Notes” with added notations which identify and describe people and places in Mrs. McClung’s letters. Transcriptions and “Notes” were probably done by Barbara McClung or Mary Rothrock. (Folder 2 of 2): Unidentified index found with the transcriptions. Not an index of the transcriptions. Index was probably prepared by Mary Rothrock...
Scope and Contents List of articles taken from the storehouse of John S. Van Gilder during the Siege of Knoxville in November-December 1863. Money due from the United States Government. Listing of articles dated December 5, 1863. Document sworn to on May 12, 1864. ADS 1 pc. (both sides) + envelope with explanation, written by Calvin Morgan McClung.