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Box 3

 Container

Contains 743 Results:

December 25, 1884. Etheridge, E., Dreaden, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Introducing Geo. Winstead, who intends settling in Knoxville.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 7
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 13, 1885. Houk, L. C., House of Rep., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Personal business involving Meek and Gibson; campaign expenses; asks Temple to endorse his notes.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 15, 1885. Crumbliss, H., Kingston, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Littleton note.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 21, 1885. Houk, L. C., House of Rep., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Money matters; personal; Knoxville city election; editing of Chronicle.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

January 25, 1885. Houk, L. C., House of Rep., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Temple's offer to sell his Chronicle stock.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 7, 1885. Temple, M. S., near Vienna, Fairfax Co., Va. To O. P. Temple. Progress of his cause.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 21, 1885. Houk, L. C., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Drake, Meek, the Chronicle.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

February 26, 1885. Nelson, D. R., Loudon, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Collection of Temple's account against Wilson and Cox.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

March 18, 1885. Crumbliss, H., Kingston, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Collection from Littleton.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 7, 1885. Doran, E. W., Loudon, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Will Temple deliver school's annual lecture?

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 8, 1885. Robinson, (Jas. H. ?), Greeneville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Sending reports of Clerk and Master (not found); offering to make corrections Temple finds to be needed.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 14, 1885. Carter, Champe, Madisonville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Is he the same Temple who examined lands in Monroe and Blount 1853-55 with De Selding and Lea? Can he locate them on map? Business card enclosed.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 23, 1885. City of Knoxville. To Temple & Thornburg. Notice to repair pavement on Gay St. between Reservoir and Vine.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

April 30, 1885. Jarvis, L. M., Sneedville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Wants position as special position examiner.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 8
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

May 7, 1885. Parker, J. C., Helenwood, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Phillips note.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

May 12, 1885. McElrath, J. E., San Francisco, Cal. To O. P. Temple. Will pleased to see Mary Temple in California.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

May 18, 1885. Boyle, John, London, Eng. To O. P. Temple. His son bringing power of att'y to Temple to convey farm at Glades to son; pleasant recollections of Knoxville; comment on Rugby affairs as managed by Kimber.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

May 19, 1885. Sevier, L. V., Savannah, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Request for collection of note past due and interest.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

June 12, 1885. Grant, F. E., New York City. To O. P. Temple. Receipt for $1.00 for Down the Ravine; comment on state of culture in East Tenn. - two extremes in society - education and the lack of it. Sends and commends v. 2 of McMasters.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909

June 19, 1885. Grant, F. E., New York City. To O. P. Temple. Hopes Temple will change his mind and be willing to have books sent for inspection; sends postage for return of McMasters ordered by Temple from another source.

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: A
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: The O. P. Temple Papers document Temple's involvement in local and national politics including Native American affairs, land in Texas and Tennessee, legal matters, slavery (including slaves that Temple owned), the Confederacy's secession, the Civil War and Reconstruction eras, the Knoxville Chronicle, University of Tennessee business, and the publication of various of Temple's books.Series I: Correspondence and Appendices, 1832 February-1909: This series...
Dates: 1832 February-1909