East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS)
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
Posters. “Streetcar City: Knoxville, 1876-1947” and East Tennessee Historical Society exhibition, 1984
Resolutions and recommendations for Miss Mamie Winstead for Record Clerk of the Knox County Quarterly Court
Resolutions and recommendations for Miss Mamie Winstead for Record Clerk of the Knox County Quarterly Court. Written by Knoxville Business & Professional Women’s Club, The East Tennessee Historical Society, and Holston Division, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, March 17, 1941.
October 10, 1899, letter from Thomas F. Gailor, Bishop of Tennessee, Sewanee, Tenn., to Right Rev. W. C. Doane, Albany, N. Y. LS 1 p. Gives canonical consent to the consecration of Rev. William Loyall as Bishop Coadjutor of the diocese of West Virginia. March 4, 1934, letter from Thomas F. Gailor, Bishop’s House, Diocese of Tennessee, to Mary U. Rothrock, Knoxville, Tenn. ALS 1 p. Gives up membership in the East Tennessee Historical Society.
“Two Centuries of Music in Knoxville” by Jack Neely, a walking tour sponsored by the East Tennessee Historical Society. October 8, 1996. TS photocopy 7 pp.
Ca. 1880’s petition of W. G. McAdoo, president of the East Tennessee Historical Society, to the Knox County Court re: use of room in courthouse basement for the Society’s collection. ADS 1 p.
May 20, 1888, letter from (Wm. G. McAdoo, Sr.), Knoxville, to Col. James H. Grant. AL 2 pp. (incomplete). Re: McAdoo is president of the East Tennessee Historical Society, requests Grant to write a chronicle of his life and memories. June 13, 1891, letter from Wm. G. McAdoo, Knoxville, to Col. James Hamilton Grant. ALS 2 pp. Asks questions about Lemuel P. Montgomery and family.