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Roads

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

15 color snapshots

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2002.007
Scope and Contents 15 color snapshots: -Aug. 1997: view of Interstate 40 when closed for rock slide, Tenn side near N.C. border. -Aug. 1997: I-40 N.C./Tenn line closed for rock slide, N.C. side shown. -Fall 1998: rebuilding I-40 interchange at State Rt. 92 near Dandridge, Tenn. -1998: Pizza Palace sign at night , Magnolia Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn (since 1961) (2 views). -Ca. 1996: PlastiLine, Knoxville, Tenn. Shows original Long John Silver’s sign. -Ca. 1996: Pizza Hut sign, Andrew Johnson Hwy., Morristown, Tenn...
Dates: 1990s

Early Bristol, Tenn./Va.

 Collection
Identifier: QSPC 1999.001
Scope and Contents Early Bristol, Tenn/Va., ca. 1890. Two prints, each mounted. 1: Panoramic view overlooking the town. B&W 12x4.5” print on 16 x 8.5” matte (corner broken). 2: Panoramic view looking down street. B&W 12.5x5” print on 16.5x8.5” matte.
Dates: circa 1890

Grainger County, Tenn., Court and Quarterly Sessions, December 2, 1796. To Major Lee.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2016.008
Scope and Contents Return of the jury that laid off the road. Grainger County, Tenn., Court and Quarterly Sessions, December 2, 1796. To Major Lee. Mentions Spring Branch, Richland Creek, Noah Jarnagin, Charley Jarnagin, Thomas Cox, Major Lee, Smith’s Creek, Widow McDonald(?). Signed by James Dixon(?), Robert Boyd, Thomas Cox, James Hall, John Beaty, and Solomon Harrison. ADS 1 pc.
Dates: 1796

Hu L. McClung letter to Henry H. Wiley. December 6, 1845.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.012
Scope and Contents Letter from Hu L. McClung, Knoxville, to Henry H. Wiley. December 6, 1845. Re: permission for road if it will do no injury to the land. ALS 1 p. (tape damage)
Dates: 1845

James S. Bowman Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0639
Scope and Contents Research on early roads and Indian trails in East Tennessee. Includes notes, typescripts, maps, topographical maps, and clippings.
Dates: 1950s

Jefferson County, Tenn. Road tax receipts, 1877-1887.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2011.037
Scope and Contents Tenn., Jefferson County, White Pine. 1870s thru 1880s road tax recpts. Some completely handwritten. For Robt. Livingston. 11 pieces. Various sigs. incl. J. H. Nichols, R. E. Newman, J. S. Bowman, E. J. Riggs.
Dates: 1877-1887

Knoxville, Tazewell & Jacksborough Turnpike Company record book, 1867-1885.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1988.002
Scope and Contents Knoxville, Tazewell & Jacksborough Turnpike Company record book, February 21, 1867 - April 13, 1885. Referred to as Knoxville & Jacksborough Turnpike Company in much of the volume. Pp. 1-103, 290-302. Jno. (John or Jonathan) S. Van Gilder was president during some of the period covered. Includes minutes of stockholders meetings and treasurer’s reports. 1 volume.
Dates: 1867 - 1885

Letter from John Blair, Washington City, to George Gammon, Sullivan County, Tenn. April 30, 1830.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.027
Scope and Contents Letter from John Blair, Washington City, to George Gammon, Sullivan County, Tenn. April 30, 1830. ALS 5 pp. (2 pcs.). Re: state of things in East Tennessee; friends of General [Andrew] Jackson; internal improvements by the government; road bill; John Williams; government opening the Cumberland River; etc. Outer page folded to make envelope: no stamp; words “Free. J. Blair.”
Dates: 1830

Petition for Main Street (Knoxville) to be improved. September 1, 1826.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.096
Scope and Contents Petition for Main Street of Knoxville to be improved. September 1, 1826. Signed by Pryor Lea, Hu L. White, Mat. McClung, James H. Cown, H. A. M. White, D. Campbell, David Nelson, Spencer Jarnagin, William Bowen. Daniel McMullen, James Park, Wm. Swan. ADS 1 p.
Dates: 1826

“Property Owners, Kingston Pike and Sequoyah Hills, 1850-1890” by Morton Rose, 1997.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.070
Scope and Contents “Property Owners, Kingston Pike and Sequoyah Hills, 1850-1890” by Morton Rose, 1997. Photocopy TS 5 pp.
Dates: 1997