Found in 221 Collections and/or Records:
The Model Valley Economic Development Corporation (MVEDC) Records consist of organizational documents, clippings, printed materials on the ninth annual meeting, and color photographs of MVEDC sponsored buildings.
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 divided into three series: Series 1, Menus, Newsclippings, and Receipts, 1896-1987; Series 2, Pauline Murrell Stone Interview, 1993; and Series 3, Photographs, 1883-1927.
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 Nave Family Papers consist of original deeds and land grants, tax and business receipts, legal documents, insurance certificates, letters, and photographs related to the descendants of Teter Nave (1745-1805) of Carter County, Tennessee. The collection also contains six notebooks of genealogical material on the Nave Family collected by Robert Tipton Nave and compiled by Luella “Lou” Barron.
The Anne Newton Collection consists of the following: correspondence between Newton and donors of photographs; black and white photographic prints; and notes taken by Newton on the prints. Most of the prints depict early Johnson City schools and their classes. Photographs are copies of originals which date from 1910-38. The correspondence and notes date from 1987.
The Douglas G. Nicolson Photographs consist of a series of photographs of construction of the Memorial Center ("Mini-Dome") on the East Tennessee State University Campus. The photographs begin with a photograph of the construction site in 1969 and end with photographs of the completed building in 1975. Some of the photographs are glued together to create composite/panoramic images.
The Phi Kappa Phi, chapter 112 Records contain materials relating to the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi on both the local and national level and document the organizations development and activities. The Collection includes administrative, committee, financial, and membership records, along with miscellaneous subject files and photographs.
The Terry Ponder Collection consists of an undated album containing 25 unidentified black and white photographs of individuals. The only photograph identified is of a woman, Tymander Cary. The photographs include eight tintypes stored in box with album. Photographs in the album appear to be primarily from the 1940s.
This collection consists of materials documenting the Pressmen's Home near Rogersville, Tennessee. Much of the material was collected by Jack Mooney in the course of his research for his book about the International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America (IPPAU).
The collection is divided into three series according to document type as follows: Series 1, Subject Files, 1790-2000 and undated; Series 2, Publications, 1849-1941 and undated; Series 3, Photographs, 1880-1974, 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 Lemiel Reece Papers consist of a bank book, membership cards, certificate, ledger, correspondence and newsclippings.
The papers of Le Roy Reeves consist of letters, military orders, photographs, sketches, newspaper clippings and genealogical data. His experimental sketches of the Tennessee state flag and his correspondence relating to the adoption of the flag are of particular interest to Tennesseans and vexillologists. Other papers document some of his activities as a member of the United States military and the research he conducted for his book Ancestral Sketches.
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 Rocky Mount Historical Association Collection contains newspaper clippings, cartoons, publications, magazines, correspondence, and documents that pertain to World War II. The collection also includes photographs and documents of the Jack Snider Country Store exhibit at Rocky Mount.
The collection spans from 1938 to 1965 but predominantly from 1944 to 1945.
The Ron D. Vance and Barbara H. Wickersham Collection contains oral history tapes, transcripts, and subject files relating to the “History of the Highlands According to the People Who Lived It,” an oral history project funded by the University of Tennessee. The collection also includes photographs of interviewees as well as a Fox and Geese game board with marbles. The collection documents the history and culture of the Highlands of Roan in East Tennessee and western North Carolina.
The Cecil Rose collection includes writings by Rose, clippings from magazines and newspapers, and photographs primarily on Southwest Virginia and West Virginia history. Among the subjects covered in the collection are local feuds, mining, and lawmen and outlaws. The five black and white 5" x 7" photographs are copies which have been placed in the appropriate subject file.
The collection consists of one photograph album containing photographs showing the construction of East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad in the Doe River Gorge near Hampton, Tennessee. The album appears to have been professionally produced, possibly for promotional purposes.
The materials include meeting and membership information as well as Garden Club programs, photographs, scrapbooks, and a blueprint.