Gordon Aronhime Collection
Collection — other: Box 1
The Gordon Aronhime Collection consists of copies of articles written by Aronhime on the history of southwest Virginia and East Tennessee; correspondence from Aronhime to Hal Smith; printed abstracts of deeds recorded in Sullivan County, Tennessee; and a brief history of the Holston-Clinch region during the 18th century.
- Aronhime, Gordon, 1911-1983 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research at the Archives of Appalachia.
0.50 linear feet
Material is organized as a single series and is arranged first alphabetically by subject or material type and then chronologically with undated material following dated material.
Source of Acquisition
Method of Acquisition The Gordon Aronhime Collection was donated to the Archives of Appalachia by Hal Smith, Johnson City, Tennessee on May 21, 1996.
Ned Irwin completed processing the collection, and it was opened to researchers in March 1997.
- Brooks, Ebenezer, 1757 or 8-1799
- Campbell, David, 1779-1859
- Shelby, Evan, 1719-1794
- Thompson, James Patton, 1747-1811
- Abingdon (Va.) -- History
- Clergy -- Tennessee, East
- Clergy -- Virginia, Southwest
- Fortification -- Tennessee, East
- Fortification -- Virginia, Southwest
- Long Island Flats (Tenn.)--Battle of 1776
- Personal papers
- Physicians--Tennesse, East
- Physicians--Virginia, Southwest
- Sullivan County (Tenn.)--History
- Taxation--Virginia--Washington County--Lists
- Tennessee, East -- History
- Virginia, Southwest--History
- Washington County (Va.)--History
- Ned Irwin
- Language of description