Found in 152 Collections and/or Records:
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology Records documents the administrative functioning of the department between the mid-1960s and the 1980s and provides insight into such departmental issues as budgeting, teaching loads, curriculum development, and faculty activities. The collection consists principally of office files maintained by the department chair, including correspondence, memoranda, reports, course information, and financial records.
The Southern Appalachian Chapter of Sigma Xi Records document the activities and operations of the Johnson City, Tenn.-based chapter of the national Sigma Xi organization, including chapter meetings and sponsorship of a science fair. The collection includes charter information, correspondence, financial records, reports, records of meetings, membership information, newsletters and miscellaneous publications.
These records document the activities of the Southern Appalachian Ministry in Higher Education from 1973-1980. They also highlight educational, social, economic, and religious issues shaping Appalachia during the 1970s. They include Board and committee minutes, correspondence, memos, project files, transcripts of interviews, surveys, newsletters, pamphlets, and articles on life in Appalachia. There are files on the boycott of the J.P. Stevens & Co. plant in Georgia.
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.
The collection consists of material pertaining to the early years of the ET&WNC Railroad and to the last years of the ET&WNC Transportation Company. ET&WNC Railroad material includes correspondence and other historical documents as well as articles about the railroad, photographs and postcards. The ET&WNC Transportation Company material includes marketing material, employee photographs, the Red Ball Motor Freight Offer to Purchase and a financial statement.
The collection consists of materials which document the operation of the TEACH office, as well as the activities of the organization. Included are minutes of board meetings, grant proposals, TEACH's charter and bylaws, clippings and published reports on environmental hazards in Tennessee and other states, and articles and reports on activities of environmental groups in Tennessee and other geographical regions. The records date from 1973 through 1983.
The collection is arranged in seven Series: Series 1, Correspondence; Series 2, Minutes; Series 3, Reports; Series 4, Financial Records; Series 5, Charters; Series 6, Printed Materials; and Series 7, Scrapbooks.
The Tennessee State Employees Association, ETSU Chapter records document the efforts of the state association and the local chapter to enhance the benefits and opportunities afforded employees working for the state of Tennessee. Material in the collection includes bylaws, chapter minutes (1990-1996), financial records (1989-1994), correspondence, and scrapbooks (1999-2001).
Boxes 1 and 2 contain correspondence, inventories, purchase contracts, and reports; Boxes 3 and 4 encompass blueprints of telephone poles and lines; and the oversized blueprints and maps are stored in map cabinets by accession number.
The collection is divided into four series: Series 1, Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Company Records, 1826-1948; Series 2, Doe Mountain Mining and Improvement Company Records, 1792-1948; Series 3, Doe Valley Association Records, 1790-1948; and Series 4, Miscellaneous Papers, 1836-1966.
The papers in the Washington County Chapter #2266 of the AARP consist of minutes, bulletins, correspondence, photographs, and a scrapbook pertaining to the Washington County Chapter #2266. The papers document the organization’s activities between 1974 and 2000.
The William C. Hicks Papers contain personal and business correspondence, receipts, accounting ledgers and a cash book documenting W. C. Hicks' business activities between 1894 and 1927. The business correspondence describes purchase contracts for the acquisition of factory equipment for the "Midget" Roller Flour and Corn Meal Company and the Virginia Rural Retreat Water Mills. The personal correspondence documents Hicks' involvement with the sales of the Eldredge and Forkner Estates.