Johnson City (Tenn.)--Social life and customs
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The Bell Collection consists primarily of copies of images relating to life in East Tennessee. There are images of the Kitzmiller house which was in Gray, Tennessee until the 1960s; various church gatherings; structures; and businesses. There is also a small handwritten booklet containing several home remedies and photocopies of the family history pages in a Miller family Bible.
The McBerney Burleson Collection documents Burleson’s life and personal interests and activities. This includes his involvement with East Tennessee State University, First United Methodist Church in Johnson City, the Johnson City Community Theatre, and the Kiwanis Club. The collection includes correspondence, newsclippings, photographs, sports statistics and information on ETSU and local high school athletic teams, publications, programs, brochures, and other printed material.
The Dogwood Garden Club Records document the history, development, and activities of this Johnson City, Tennessee garden club and its members. The records consist of nine scrapbooks, which contain newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, event programs, and miscellaneous printed matter.
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.