Found in 221 Collections and/or Records:
The papers are arranged into six series, as follows: Series 1, Four Centuries of American Descendent of Richard Rockwood of Dorchester 1633, Braintree 1636, Massachusetts: A Family Genealogy Book Drafts, 1992-2000 and undated; Series 2, Professional Papers, 1920-2000; Series 3, Personal Papers, 1908-1962; Series 4, Memorabilia, 1937-1979 and undated; Series 5, Photographs and Slides, 1925-2000 and undated; and Series 6, Recordings, 1980.
The collection is arranged in the following series: Series 1, Maps, 1863-1988; Series 2, Printed Materials and Memorabilia, 1860-1958; Series 3, Legal and Financial Papers, 1783-1965; and Series 4, Photographs and Postcards, 1903-1980s.
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 collection is organized into four series: Series 1, Sewerage and Hydraulic Engineering Projects, 1958-1965; Series 2, Index of River and Harbor Projects, 1950-1964; Series 3, Pike Island Locks and Dam Project, 1960-1964; and Series 4, Maxwell Locks and Dam Project, 1959-1964.
The collection is arranged into five series. Series 1: Personal Papers. Series 2: Professional Papers. Series 3: Photographs. Series 4: Audio Material. Series 5: Oversize Materials. The items are arranged alphabetically by subject title within the series.
The collection is divided into four series: Series 1, Military and Political Records, 1866-1934; Series 2, Personal and Family Correspondence, 1861-1973; Series 3, Newsclippings and Memorabilia, 1875-1910; and Series 4, Family Photographs, c. 1862-1973.
The materials in the addition were added to Series 2, Series 3, and Series 4, while Series 5 was created for the Elinor Farina Papers.
The Women Coal Miners reunion brought together current and former women coal miners and their families from the United States and England. The event was organized by Marat Moore and held in Jonesborough, Tennessee at the Archives of Appalachia, the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre and the host hotel. This collection consists of materials generated for and during the event, including excerpts from video interviews with 13 women coal miners and the son of a woman coal miner.
The Women's Faculty Club records include the constitution and amendments, minutes, yearbooks, membership lists, financial records, publicity, programs, correspondence, invitation list, scrapbooks and programs, plans for socials, and photographs documenting the history and functioning of the organization.
The materials in this collection relate to the World War II (1941-45) work of the Holston Ordnance Works, Kingsport, Tennessee. Included in the collection are photographic prints of the works, photo exhibit captions from the ETSU history department exhibit on Holston, informational materials and posters.