Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
The Johnson City Lioness Club Records document the organization from its beginning in 1985 to its final meeting in 2003. Included are newsletters, scrapbook pages, a certificate of organization, and the secretary’s records. The secretary’s records include board meeting minutes, club meeting minutes, membership roster, attendance records, and a guest register.
The collection is divided into two series: Series 1, Scrapbooks, 1939-77; and Series 2, Other Materials, 1914-81 and undated.
The scrapbooks are arranged in chronological order.
The collection is organized into five series as follows: Series 1, Office Files, 1924-2002 and undated; Series 2, Scrapbooks, 1934-2002 and undated; Series 3, Historical Newspapers, 1889-2002; Series 4, Memorabilia, c. 1930s-2000 and undated; and Series 5, Negatives and Photographs, 1894-c. 1990 and undated.
This collection consists of ninety-three almanacs and thirty-four scrapbooks. The almanacs were published from 1849 to 1929, by a variety of companies and organizations involved in farming, health, literature, medicine, religion, etc. The scrapbooks are items clipped from newspapers, magazines, and books glued in old books. The scrapbooks were given numbers and a completion date by Jones.
The collection reflects the activities and interests of the Lee R. Herndon Chapter in ornithology and wildlife and the natural environment in general. Material in the collection includes administrative and subject files, correspondence, reports, minutes of club meetings, annual records of bird sightings, a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, miscellaneous publications, and photographic slides of birds, plants, and nature scenes.
The Martha Marshall Collection contains one scrapbook that documents Washington County’s Tennessee Bicentennial Celebration in 1996. The scrapbook contains photocopies of newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, and other printed ephemera collected by Martha Marshall.
There were three Monday Clubs: The Monday Club, the Monday Club Auxiliary and the Junior Monday Club. The Monday Clubs of Johnson City Records consists of organizational records including correspondence, minutes, yearbooks, reports, audits, budgets, project literature, scrapbooks, newsclippings, newsletters, photographs, and memorabilia. The collection documents the history and civic functions of the clubs from 1893 through 2000.
Materials are arranged alphabetically by type. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically, and then chronologically. Newspaper articles, notes for courses, and personal schoolwork are foldered according to Richter Moore's original order.
The collection is arranged into three series, as follows: Series 1, Administrative Subject Files, 1953-2002; Series 2, Scrapbooks, 1955-2003; and Series 3, Photographs, 1993-2000 and undated.
The collection is divided into eight series as follows: Series 1, Personal Papers, 1908-1955; Series 2, Republican National Convention, 1946-1952; Series 3, The Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations, 1953-1960; Series 4, Speeches of B. Carroll Reece, 1920-60; Series 5, Scrapbooks, 1913-1960; Series 6, Photographs and Drawings, 1919-61; Series 7, Commendations and Certificates, 1865-1965; and Series 8, Addendum.
The collection consists of images scanned from photographs that belonged to former East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad conductor Cy Crumley. There are also printouts from the website "The Cy Crumley Scrapbook” created by Ken Riddle. The images were also used in the book Cy Crumley's Tweetsie: Ninety Years on the Narrow Gauge, compiled by Kenneth Riddle.
The September 11, 2001 Collection, a campus response to the tragedy, consists of photocopies of a paper chain of remembrance containing comments from ETSU students regarding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, a banner containing student comments, and two other banners containing messages and art work by ETSU students.
The collection is arranged into three series, as follows: Series 1, Subject Files, 1930-1994 and undated; Series 2, Financial Records, 1928-1978; and Series 3, Memorabilia, 1905-1957 and undated.