Carter County (Tenn.)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The Fred Waskiewicz Collection contains surveys, deeds, contracts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial records, engineering and bacteriological reports, land plats and maps. The collection documents operations of the Pittsburg Lumber Company, land and economic development in Carter County, Tennessee, and the Laurel Fork area of Carter County, Tennessee.
The diary is a photocopy of a small notebook containing sporadic entries beginning in December 1927 with the notation "We moved in our new house Nov 21st." Topics include singing, deaths, the completion of the high school building, travel, church, and weather. The final entry is about the death and burial of his father-in-law, David Grant Cable, in May 1946.
The collection is divided into four series: Series 1, Military and Political Records, 1866-1934; Series 2, Personal and Family Correspondence, 1861-1973; Series 3, Newsclippings and Memorabilia, 1875-1910; and Series 4, Family Photographs, c. 1862-1973.
The materials in the addition were added to Series 2, Series 3, and Series 4, while Series 5 was created for the Elinor Farina Papers.
The Nat T. Winston Papers consist of documents from, by, and about the Taylor and Winston families of East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. The papers include correspondence, land deeds, diplomas, receipts, and other memorabilia. There are two documents concerning enslaved people: A collateral bond and an agreement between Winston family members pertaining to property.