Found in 239 Collections and/or Records:
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 Shelby Family Biographies consist of short histories of six members of the Shelby family: Evan Shelby, Jr.; Evan's sons, Moses and John Shelby; Evan's nephew, Moses Shelby, Jr.; Evan's brother John Shelby; and John's son, John Shelby, Jr. The biographies were compiled and written by Cass Knight Shelby.The collection contains two letters from Cass Knight Shelby to Gordon Aronhime dated August 29, 1959 and November 10, 1959.
The Sidewalks and Porch Swings Oral History Project consists of eight audiocassette recordings of oral history interviews with residents, tape logs summarizing the interviews, data sheets on individuals interviewed, release forms, newspaper clippings, a photograph, and a newsletter of the Southside Neighborhood Organization which document the history of the "Tree Streets" neighborhood and residents in Johnson City, Tennessee.
The collection consists of Benny and Eula's collection of 91 bluegrass and country music sound recordings (unprocessed), songbooks, photographs, awards, sheet music, and handwritten and typed lyrics.
This collection reflects Benny Sims' interest in bluegrass and country music memorabilia during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.
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.
The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy Collection contains information on the conservancy's formation and reports and papers concerning Big Yellow Mountain and Roan Mountain.
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 in two series, as follows, Series 1, Subject Files, 1903-1988 and undated and Series 2, Photographs, c. 1940s-c. 1960s. Oversized documents have been placed in a map folder and stored in the map cabinets by accession number.
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 Ray Stahl's research materials regarding Johnson City history, events, and historic figures. Documentation includes collected articles, research notes, correspondence, speeches, writings, newsclippings, and photographs.
The Alfred Alexander Taylor Family papers contain advertisements, correspondence, copies of campaign memorabilia, family photographs, newsclippings, speeches, and published tributes reflecting Taylor's political career and family life. Most of the papers were created through coverage of Taylor's political responsibilities. Some material concerning his wife, Jennie, and son, Benjamin H. Taylor, are included in the collection.
The Templeton Family Papers contain land deeds, tax receipts, agreements, summons, a folk remedy, affidavits, estate papers, and other records pertaining to the Templeton Family of Scott County, Virginia between 1816 and 1914.
The collection contains published material of the state commission and correspondence of Mrs. McCown and members of the state commission.