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White, Hugh L.



Hugh L. White was a resident of Butler, Tennessee, in the early part of the twentieth century. He was involved in lumber and logging enterprises on the Tennessee and North Carolina border. He owned a lumberyard in Butler, several pulp mills, and a lumber mill in Elk Park, North Carolina. He also owned two railways, the Laurel Fork Railway and the Peavine Railroad in Greene County, Tennessee.

White later moved to Johnson City, Tennessee, and established the White Insurance Company. The company operated until 1929.

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Hugh L. White Collection

 Collection — Other Boxes 1-9
Identifier: AppMs-0707

This collection consists of three series: Series 1, Study Prints; Series 2, Original Negatives, 1900-1920; Series 3, Original Prints and Related Material. The original negatives were numbered sequentially. The study prints have been given numbers that match the original negatives.

Dates: 1900-1920