Loudon County (Tenn.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SPC 2015.022
Scope and Contents B/w photographs from Mose L. Waller, Jr. Lenoir City, Tenn (8x10 b/w photographs) Mose Waller with campaign ribbon for sheriff Loudon County; Portrait of Waller, Carmichael Inn at Lenoir City
Identifier: MSC 0024
Scope and Contents Papers of the family of John Cannon (1744-ca. 1806) and Ann (Nancy) Whitlow Cannon (1747-1830), from Sevier, Knox, Roane, Monroe and Loudon Counties, Tenn. Papers include personal and business correspondence; account books; receipts; bills; pamphlets; and survey maps of parts of Hamilton, Roane, and Monroe Counties. Most of the papers are about John and Ann Cannon’s sons: Robert (1781-1854), a merchant at Philadelphia, Tenn.; John (1779-1864); and William (1771-1868). Robert’s son William...
Identifier: MSC 0491
Scope and Contents Includes DVD of interview with Jodie Ethel Carter Dobson (1905-2002) on family history. One notebook on William C. Carter, 1844-1930, Free Born Confederate, Meadow, Blount County, Tenn. Researched & compiled by Elaine Clounts Russell, Captain W. Y. C. Hannum Chapter 1881, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Maryville, Tenn. Contains photocopies of records (no original Mss.) Documents related to Jodie Carter and her family.
Loudon County, Tennessee, Farmers Alliance and Hon. L.C. Houk and Hon. J.C.J. Williams. 1890 (ephemera)
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2016.001
Scope and Contents Political ephemera re: Loudon County, Tennessee, Farmers Alliance and Hon. L.C. Houk and Hon. J.C.J. Williams. 1890. Headline: "Hon. L.C. Houk Snubs the Alliance. He Gets Wrathy in Reply to Their Civil Questions and Pours Out Vinegar Upon the Farmers Who Dare. Hon. J.C.J. Williams Keeps Serene and Answers Politely and Favorably." 1 pc. (torn). 10 x 16.75”
Identifier: Ephemera 2015.010
Identifier: MSC 0371
Scope and Contents Loudon County Historian Rhea Alexander’s collection includes correspondence and papers, photographs, research on families of Loudon, Blount, Monroe, Rhea, and Roane counties, Cherokee Indian families and records, typescripts of treaties with the Cherokee, Colony of Virginia Fort, historic buildings, “Beloved Landmarks of Loudon County,” Hiwassee District, Loudon Co. Bicentennial Film, tax lists, Civil War soldiers, Pioneers of Roane County, James Wyly grave, Regent Hiwassee Chapter DAR. Some...
School teacher's bill. Due to James Taliaferro, for teaching school for 3 1/2 months at 32 dollars a month $112. Signed W. C. Burnett, 2nd Dist. Loudon County, Tenn. 1876.
Scope and Contents Tenn., Loudon County 1876. School teachers bill. Due, James Taliaferro, for teaching school for 3 1/2 months at 32 dollars a month. Signed W. C. Burnett, 2nd Dist. Handwritten.
Identifier: MSC 0901
Scope and Contents Business and personal papers, photographs, documents of John Monroe Clark (1868-1950) of Blount County, Tennessee and the allied families of Cates, Brabson, Foute and Pinkerton. John Monroe Clark was a successful banker, civic leader, businessman, and an active participant in the movement to create the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He was instrumental in preserving and maintaining Clark’s Grove Cemetery and operated a large farm in Blount County. Other important individuals in the...