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Contains 357 Results:

September 11, 1902. Mathes, John S., Jonesboro, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Mathes' Johnson - Taylor and Haynes - Johnson articles; is sending article No.and 2 for preservation.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

September 23, 1902. Mathes, John S., Jonesboro, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Returning Johnson - Haynes data lent by Temple considering assembling articles to publish in book form. Enclosures: memo's in Temple's hand (1) Johnson - Brownlow (2) Johnson-Taylor - Johnson-Aiken (3) clipping from Knoxville Journal and Tribune, Sept. 14, 1902 - formed elsewhere among T. 's papers - Andrew Johnson races...Temple's opponent by Mathes.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

October 10, 1902. Mathes, John S., Jonesboro, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Temple's article in Sentinel; characterization in Gov. Jas. C. Jones; Johnson/Haynes race.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

October 13, 1902. Chicago Daily News, Chicago, Ill. To O. P. Temple. Asking portrait for reproduction, also enclosing blank form for biographical data.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

October 13, 1902. Bancroft, Frederic, Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Impressions of East Tennessee and the Civil War.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

October 18, 1902. Joynes, Edward S., Columbia, S.C. To O. P. Temple. Appreciation of Temple's reminiscences in newspapers; forthcoming book of his own memorials; enclosure: autobiographical data.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

October 21, 1902. Murphy, W. R., Knoxville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Asking Temple to inaugurate a course of public lectures on E. Tenn. & Civil War in G. A. R. Hall, beginning November 1.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

October 24, 1902. Heard, John T., Sedalia, Mo. To O. P. Temple. Thanks for card received; reminiscences of relations of self and father with Temple and other Knoxville people.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

November 1, 1902. The Interior, Chicago, Ill. To O. P. Temple. Enclosing blank form (not found) for list of Presbyterians who might be interested in The Interior.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

November 20, 1902. True, A. C., U. S. Dept. of Agr., Washington, D.C. To O. P. Temple. Multigraphed form asking if Experiment Station Record is still of interest.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

November 29, 1902. Heard, John, Sedalia, Mo. To O. P. Temple. Thanks or letter; has ordered books.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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

December 19, 1902. Butler, E. E., Mountain City, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Asking information as to lease on Campbell Co. land by his father, R. R. Butler, O. P. Temple, Judge Houk, and others.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 14
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 6, 1903. Elliot, W. M., Charleston, Ind. To O. P. Temple. Pastoral work and personal news.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 27, 1903. Murphy, W. R., Knoxville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Congratulations on birthday; high praise as statesman, lawyer, judge, historian, citizen.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 28, 1903. Strong, B. R., Tate Springs, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Congratulations on birthday.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 28, 1903. Williams, Thos. L., Tate Springs, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Congratulations on eighty-third birthday.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 29, 1903. Black, Laurinda C., Glen Rose, Texas. To O. P. Temple. Personal and family news.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 14, 1903. Murphy, W. R., Knoxville, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Copy of resolutions commending O. P. Temple's services and inviting him and daughter as guest of honor to third lecture in course on East Tennessee and the Civil War.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 14, 1903. Clarke, Robert Co., Cincinnati, O. To O. P. Temple. Enclosing statements.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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 4, 1903. Sealf, Maggie, Johnson City, Tenn. To O. P. Temple. Family news; asks for loan.

 Item — Box: 4, Folder: 15
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