Elizabethton (Tenn.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The Autobiography, or Memoirs of Dr. A. Jobe consists of an original bound volume; a poem and a letter found inside the volume; photocopies of two documents about Dr. Abraham Jobe and his autobiography; and a photocopy of a typed transcript of the autobiography. Dr. Jobe wrote his memoirs between 1849 and 1904 to document his youth in Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama; his medical and surgical practice in northwestern North Carolina and northeast Tennessee; and his Civil War...
Dates: 1849-1904, 1948, 1962, 1972
Collection — Other Box 1
Scope and Contents The Edwin C. Alexander Papers consists primarily of the personal papers of Alexander's father, E. C. (Crawford) Alexander, Sr. and includes correspondence, newsclippings (copies), legal documents, a scrapbook (copy), and miscellaneous printed matter related to his personal and civic affairs as a prominent businessman and civic leader in Elizabethton, Tennessee. Included is material documenting his efforts to bring the rayon plants of American Bemberg Corporation and American Glanzstoff...
Collection — Other Boxes 1-28 (pulled negatives on top filing cabinet)
Identifier: 500-AppMs 125
Arrangement The collection is comprised of 8 Series, with 3 Subseries in Series 8: Series 1, News Files, 1956-1968; Series 2, Commerce Files, 1956-1968; Series 3, Building, Street and Scene Files, 1956-1968; Series 4, Sports and Recreation Files, 1956-1968; Series 5, School and Church Files, 1956-1968; Series 6, Individual Portrait Files, 1956-1968; Series, 7 Group Portrait Files, 1956-1968; Series 8, Miscellaneous Files, 1956-1968, Subseries 8.1, Miscellaneous Files, 1956-1968, Subseries 8.2,...
Collection — Item 1-2
Scope and Contents One 10-minute, VHS tape copied from film of the October 6, 1928 campaign parade by Republican presidential candidate Herbert C. Hoover in Elizabethton, Tennessee. The tape depicts scenes along the parade route on Elk Avenue and West Main, ending at Harmon Field. The quality of the tape is fair.
Dates: October 6, 1928