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The Committee on Faculty Publication and Professional Activity Records consist of lists and reports of ETSU faculty research, publication, and creative and scholarly activities.
The collection is divided into two series: Series 1, General Office Files and Series 2, Training Materials. Series 2 is divided into two subseries: Subseries 2.1, CWA Leader Information and Subseries 2.2, Steward Training Material.
The Office of Contracts and Grants Records contain minutes, correspondence, pamphlets, grant proposals, and photographs. The records document the Offices of Contracts and Grants activities with various grant agencies and research projects conducted by the university's faculty, Academic Council, and Research Development Committee. The records date between 1976 and 1983.
The collection consists of scans and copies of two letters to Mrs. Paul (Lettie) Williams in Shulls Mill, North Carolina from Mrs. J.D. Loizeaux (possibly Catherine Lorraine) of Plainfield, New Jersey. The letters are primarily concerned with the purchase of handcrafted articles; Mrs. Loizeaux seems to be a patron of sorts.
There is also a scan and a copy of an original song "The North Carolina Hills" written by Jennie Townsend Cooke.
The collection is arranged in four series: Series 1, Organizational Records, 1972-1976; Series 2, Financial Records, 1972-1977; Series 3, Correspondence, 1971-1977; and Series 4, Publications and Programs, 1973-1975.
The Grover Cox Letters are a collection of letters written to Grover Cox of Kingsport, Tennessee, primarily while he was stationed at Camp Blanding, Florida during World War II. The collection contains over two hundred handwritten letters written by his mother, Georgia Cox; his brother, Glenn Cox; other family members; and friends from home and the military. Topics include his family’s health and worklife along with news about friends and neighbors in Kingsport.
The Joe M. Cox Blueprints consists of 39 blueprints created by Johnson City architect Joe M. Cox in September 1963. The blueprints illustrate the general floor plan, electrical and plumbing layouts, heating and ventilation design, and the specifications for the facade of East Tennessee State University's Industrial Education Building, Wilson-Wallis Hall.
The collection is arranged in six series, as follows: Series 1, Correspondence, 1889-1988 and undated; Series 2, Family Business and Financial Records, 1867-1975 and undated; Series 3, Cox, et. al. Law Practice Records, 1893-1951 and undated; Series 4, Subject Files, 1896-2005 and undated; Series 5, Memorabilia and Scrapbooks, 1896-2004 and undated; and Series 6, Photographs, Postcards, and Photograph Albums, 1906-1970 and undated.
All or part of the materials described here are unprocessed. Please contact us for information about these materials.
The Benjamin J. Cramer Collection contains research done by Cramer on the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway (CC&O) and its operations around the communities of Lost Cove, North Carolina, and Bumpass Cove, Tennessee. The research includes an interview with Jack Hawkins, who worked for CC&O for forty years, photographic prints of Lost Cove, North Carolina, and one VHS videotape about the Bumpass Cove landfill.
The Samuel N. Cramer, Jr. Papers consist of correspondence, account ledgers, research notes and note cards, sermons, and newsclippings documenting Cramer's ministerial work in Appalachia.
Eighteen photographs taken by Hugh Lunsford, a photographer for the Knoxville Journal, during a tour with Pollyanna Creekmore in the early 1970s. The photographs depict historic sites and historical markers in Carter County and Sullivan County, Tennessee.
This collection consists of two general store account ledgers for Crumley Bros. (Brown’s Mill) and one W.D. Gray gristmill cash ledger (Flourville).
The interviews are arranged alphabetically by interviewee name or subject.
Since there was no discernible arrangement to the collection, the collection was divided into six series as follows: Series 1, Organizational, Legal, and Financial Documents; Series 2, Training Programs and Special Projects; Series 3, Incoming Correspondence; Series 4, United Inter-Mountain Telephone; Series 5, Publications; and Series 6, Memorabilia.
The Daniel Calloway Collection consists of historical research conducted by Betty J. Cox about her grandfather, Daniel Calloway, the first marshal of Erwin, Tennessee. The collection includes a biographical sketch of Calloway prepared by Cox for a talk at a meeting at the Unicoi County Historical Association, as well as photocopies of supporting documents and copy prints of family photographs.
The Daniel Thomas McCoy, Sr. Collection consists of photocopies of obituaries, a family history, and a letter, as well as print and negative copies of five photographs. All pertain to the McCoy family.
The collection is divided into four series: Series 1, Organizational Records, 1908-1972 and undated; Series 2, Activities’ Records, 1918-1979 and undated; Series 3, Publications, 1932-1987 and undated; and Series 4, Miscellaneous Reports, Pamphlets, and Certificates, 1924-86 and undated.
The collection is arranged into two series as follows: Series 1, Administrative Files, 1944-1964, and Series 2, Scrapbooks, 1943-1998.
Material in each series is arranged in chronological order. An oversized newspaper found loose in the scrapbook collection has been removed and housed in a map folder and filed in the map cabinet by accession number.
This collection consists of two mathematics copy books, one belonging to Henry Ferguson and one belonging to David Ferguson. They contain numerous mathematical word, fraction, square root, and multiplication problems that were copied between 1826 and 1830. The Fergusons are believed to have been residents of Washington County, Tennessee.
The collection is arranged alphabetically by title of publication or title of article.
- Personal papers 238
- Photographs 221
- Publications (document genre) 190
- Corporation records 152
- Scrapbooks 70
- Ledgers (account books) 68
- Negatives (photographic) 46
- Maps 41
- Correspondence 39
- Johnson City (Tenn.) -- History 24
- Slides (photographs) 23
- Blueprints (reprographic copies) 21
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 21
- World War, 1939-1945 19
- Deeds 17
- East Tennessee State University -- History 16
- Bluegrass music 15
- Coal mines and mining 15
- Compact discs 15
- Washington County (Tenn.)--History 15 ∧ less
- English 748
- German 3
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Afar 1
- East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad 23
- Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway 21
- East Tennessee State University 16
- East Tennessee State University--Faculty 16
- East Tennessee State University--Students 15
- East Tennessee State University--Sports 14
- Tennessee Valley Authority 14
- Dossett, Burgin E. (Burgin Estel), 1898-1993 11
- Southern Railway (U.S.) 11
- Culp, Delos Poe 10
- East Tennessee State Normal School 10
- East Tennessee State University--Buildings 10
- Davis, Mack P. (Mack Parker) 9
- East Tennessee State College 9
- East Tennessee State University. Office of the President 9
- DeRosier, Arthur H. 8
- Hicks, Ray, 1922-2003 8
- Highlander Research and Education Center (Knoxville, Tenn.) 8
- Tennessee. Board of Regents 8
- Burleson, David Sinclair, 1871-1953 7 ∧ less