Found in 239 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is divided into three series: Series 1, Organization Records, 1954-1991; Series 2, Scrapbooks and Memorabilia, 1963-1985; and Series 3, Miscellaneous Publications, 1979-1991.
The ETSU Girls of Summer Chapter of Ya Ya Sisterhood Collection consists of one scrapbook of the 2002 meeting of this organization at Opelika, Alabama. The scrapbook includes a membership list, essays, poetry, and miscellaneous writing, along with the group’s mission and induction ceremony.
The collection is organized into three subgroups, as follows: Subgroup 1: Ella V. Ross Papers, 1920-1990 and undated; Subgroup 2: May Ross McDowell Papers, 1915-1988 and undated; and Subgroup 3: Audio-Visual Materials, c. 1910-1987 and undated.
The James Tipton Ellis Journal consists of a photocopy of the original journal used by Ellis for keeping personal and business accounts. Journal entries include information on Carter County, Tennessee marriages (some of which he performed as a justice of the peace) and deaths, as well as for purchases of goods.
The collection consists of photocopies of manuscript transcriptions of correspondence from Evan Embree, who resided on the Nolichucky River, to his uncle, Abner Elleman of Bush River, South Carolina. The correspondence deals primarily with Quaker theology and some family and local news.
The Emmett Essin Papers consist of drafts of his Shavetails and Bell Sharps: The History of the U.S. Army Mule, published in 1997 by the University of Nebraska Press. Included in the collection are an uncorrected typescript draft of the manuscript, a corrected typescript draft, a photocopy of the typescript draft (with editor's corrections), and galley proofs.
The collection is arranged into three series, as follows: Series 1, Subject Files, 1953-2002 and undated; Series 2, Memorabilia, 1931-2001 and undated; and Series 3, Photographs, 1930-1996 and undated.
This collection also consists of some unprocessed letters, photographs and memorabilia. Please contact us for information about these materials.
The collection is divided into the following series: Series 1, Graduate School Coursework, 1939-49; Series 2, Office Files, 1949-79; Series 3, Teaching, 1949-88; Series 4, Research, 1949-89; Series 5, A University's Story, 1911-1980; Series 6, Professional Service, 1949-88; and Series 7, Other Materials, 1941-92.
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 Fudge Family Papers consist of Fudge Family diplomas (most from East Tennessee State College); a folder of genealogical material including a typed copy of Thompson McGhee's will and a copy of "Traditions of the Fudge Family" by Joe Fudge of Alleghany County, Virginia; and some certificates awarded to Helen Fudge Crabb.
The Golden Days Project contains transcripts, interview summaries, and paperwork related to oral history interviews conducted by Dr. Richard Blaustein’s students or by others under the guidance or supervision of Blaustein over a number of years beginning in the late 1970s and continuing into the late 1980s. A variety of topics are discussed in these interviews, including local history, culture, folklore, and customs of the southern Appalachian region.
The Gump Family Papers document the personal and business interests of the Gump family of Washington County, Tennessee and related families such as the Kennerlys, Craigs, Donaldsons, and Jaffas. There is some material related to Gump Realty and other Gump family businesses.
The Harrison and Walker Family Land Documents contain trust deeds, warranty deeds, rental contracts, land surveys, a receipt, and water easement deeds documenting the purchase and sale of land between the Harrison and Walker families between 1876 and 1967.