Found in 221 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of two photographs; the Sherfey Family genealogy, 1751-1963; a letter with information about Magdalena Sherfey; a photocopy of pages from a copybook; a photocopy of Magdalena Sherfey's "Record of Midwifery's Labor"; and a newspaper article about the Sherfey family in East Tennessee during the Civil War.
This collection includes seven photographs and one tintype of Shoun family members. The individual prints are not dated, but it is believed the images date from 1880-1910.
The scrapbook and folder are stored in a single box
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 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 prints are arranged in one series in the original order established by the Soil Conservation Service. Each box contains folders with prints from southeastern United States counties. When known, the date on which the photographs were taken is given after the county and state name. The prints are stored in the Archives' special environment room.
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 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 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 album pages have been removed from the album binding and placed in original page order in folders. Loose photographs are grouped together in one folder, and loose album pages are placed after loose photographs.
The photographs in this collection depict a number of subjects, including World War II, Appalachian landscapes, events, individuals, and buildings at ETSU, and portraits.
The collection has two series.
The Tour of Downtown Johnson City Brochure was a product of Transitions, a Junior Achievement company of Science Hill High School, Johnson City, Tennessee. The brochure describes several historic structures in downtown Johnson City, Tennessee. The materials include a copy of the brochure, typed drafts of the text for the brochure, a mockup of the brochure, and eight photographs, most of which were used in the brochure.
The Jack Underwood Photograph Collection consists of seven 35mm copy negative strips, a contact sheet, and photocopies of 16 black and white photographs documenting operations of the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway and other Appalachian railroads, including scenes of engines, bridges, workers, and derailments.
The collection is arranged into three series as follows: Series 1, Subject Files, 1945-2004 and undated; Series 2, Memorabilia, undated; and Series 3, Photographs, 1948 and undated. The materials in the subject files are arranged in alphabetical order by topic.
The records are organized into two series: Series 1, Administrative Files, 1947-1952 and Series 2, Parent-Teacher Association Records, 1955-1993 and undated.
The interviews are divided into series by the institution that conducted the interviews and the dates of the interviews.
The collection is arranged into three series, as follows: Series 1, Subject Files, 1916-1988 and undated; Series 2, Scrapbooks, 1913-1986; and Series 3, Photographs and Photograph Albums, 1909-1985.