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Cranberry (N.C.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad Historical Society Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-567
Scope and Contents This collection documents the history of the East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad and the Linville River Railway through company records, publications, maps, oral history interviews, films, videotapes, and photographs. The materials date from 1883-2005, but predominantly 1910s-1950. This collection provides a comprehensive visual record of the ET&WNC RR. The written record highlights various aspects of the railroad’s operation. The research value of this collection...

Kenneth E. Wilhoit Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-679
Arrangement Series 1, ET&WNC Transportation Company Records, 1866-1996. Series 1 is divided into three sub-series: Sub-series 1, Board of Directors Meetings, 1963-1977; Sub-series 2, Reference Files, 1866-1996; Sub-series 3, Red Ball Acquisition Records, 1976-1983.

Series 2, Kenneth E. Wilhoit, Personal Papers, 1930-2003. Series 2 is divided into two sub-series: Sub-series 1, Personal Papers; Sub-series 2, Printed Materials.

Series 3, Photographs.

Bethany Mackey Scrapbook

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: AppMs-865
Scope and Contents The Bethany Mackey Scrapbook documents some of the on- and off-campus activities of Bethany Mackey of Cleveland, Tennessee, a 1921 East Tennessee State Normal School (ETSNS) graduate. The scrapbook includes photographs of friends, family, teachers, travels, and campus buildings. Many are identified, including a photograph of an African-American woman labeled only "Aunt Lizzie, the maid." There are several images of an outing to Cranberry, North Carolina. ETSNS president Sidney Gilbreath and...

Thomas Phillips Memoir

 Collection — Box J (Small Collections)
Identifier: AppMs-722
Scope and Contents The Thomas Jay Phillips memoir, titled "My Life: A Recollection from Thomas J. Phillips I," is a typescript reminiscence of his life prepared and footnoted by Phillips' great-grandaughter Elizabeth Jane Phillips. In it, Phillips tells his story beginning with his early recollections of life in Cranberry, North Carolina in the 1880s and continuing through his time as an apprentice blacksmith in New Jersey.