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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

“American Women Composers” by E. Katherine Crews.

Identifier: MM.1993.017
Scope and Contents

“American Women Composers” by E. Katherine Crews, Spring 1958 (paper for Music 546, FSU, Tallahassee, Fla.). Carbon TS. 19 pp. Plus notes, clipping on Sarah Caldwell, 1976, and “Orff-Schulwerk Bibliography” complied by Katherine Crews, 1970. TS copy, 10 pp.

Dates: 1958-1976

[Auditorium], [date not determined]

Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.016.113
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Static long shot of auditorium stage and front rows of audience, dimly lit; possibly a choral performance. May be a trim or outtake from KNOX COUNTY SCHOOLS (TAMIS-MIC 2020.0050.

Dates: [date not determined]

Charles Stewart Fraktur/music manuscripts. 1863-1867 (Gift of Cenda Price).

Identifier: MSC 0866
Scope and Contents

Original fraktur / music manuscripts created by Charles Stewart of PA. 1863-1867. 13 items. Titles of songs listed with collection

Dates: 1863-1867

Frank E. Bourne writing on Knoxville churches and music.

Identifier: MM.1991.012
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Writing by Frank E. Bourne on Knoxville churches and their music. 1991. TS 30 pp.

Dates: 1991

Funeral anthem by Elisha for John James Audubon, 1851.

Identifier: MM.1985.015
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Funeral anthem by Elisha for John James Audubon, (1851). Musical score. 1 item (several pieces). Handwritten.

Dates: 1851

Invitation to a public reception for Rev. W. G. Brownlow by the citizens of Philadelphia, June 13, 1862; “A Hunkey Boy Is Yankee Doodle.” (ephemera)

Identifier: Ephemera 2001.006
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Invitation to James B. Longacre to the public reception of Rev. W.G. Brownlow of Tennessee by the Citizens of Philadelphia, June 13, 1862. Signed by Wm. D. Lewis. 1 pc. + “A Hunkey Boy Is Yankee Doodle.” Lyrics to a song mentioning Parson Brownlow. A.W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia. ND. 1 pc.

Dates: 1862

Knoxville Brass Band Minutes, 1847-1851. Gift of Mrs. L. W. McCown.

Identifier: MM.1998.002
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Minutes of the Knoxville Brass Band, 1847-1851. AD 32 pp. (no cover).

Dates: 1847-1851

Mabry and Charlton Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0238
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Correspondence of three generations of the Charlton, Mabry, and Hazen families, Knoxville. 1832, 1854-1940. Also included are business papers, scrapbooks, and ledgers. A supplemental accession was made by Ronald R. Allen on December 30, 1993, which was incorporated into the collection.

Dates: 1832-1940

Miss P. J. Patterson (dialect songs, handwritten) .

Identifier: MM.2010.006
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Miss P. J. Patterson, song "Sundown" in Negro dialect, 2pgs., early 20th century. Song is about a Negro going home to Shinbone, near the river and it is nearly dark. Shinbone Road is in Russellville, Tenn. Also included on separate paper is a poem, titled "To the Rose Of Sharon". This poem or song is about a "rag-time" dialect speaking man. Both turn of century.

Dates: 1900

"The Murder Of Sheriff Shipe, Done By Hicks Carmichael". 15 verse song composed by J.W. Day, Ballet Broadside or Ballet Card. “Button up your Lips.”

Identifier: Ephemera 2011.017
Scope and Contents Street Musician Ballad Broadside or Ballet Card, "The Murder Of Sheriff Shipe, Done By Hicks Carmichael". 15 verse song composed by J.W. Day, as stated on card. Song is about the May, 1888 murder of Deputy Shipe Who attempted to arrest a Negro named Carmichael And how he fled into Cocke County, was captured and returned to Knoxville, tried and hung on July 20, 1888. James William Day (1861-1942) Was A blind fiddle player from Eastern Kentucky who would come and work the streets of Knoxville....
Dates: 1888-1920

W. H. and J. T. Moffett Papers. New Market, Tenn. 1830s-1880s (Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Armistead) (Account books).

Identifier: MSC 0789
Scope and Contents W. H. and J. T. Moffett Papers include store accounts, papers, and books , ca. 1830s-1880s, from New Market, Tenn. Most are from W. H. Moffett’s mercantile business, including partnerships with J. S. Moffett, General William Brazelton, and his son J. T. Moffett. Several other subjects include East Tennessee & Virginia Railroad; New Market area; account books; coal kiln; Panther Springs; tax receipts; health and medicine; Moffett & Shields Iron Founders; Andrew McMillan; Wilson &...
Dates: 1860s-1880s