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Issues Committee Brochure

Identifier: AR-0665

This brochure lists the events that the Issues Committee planned to host during the fall of 1997, including a nuclear physicist lecturing on UFO’s, an animal rights panel discussion, a lecture on ethnic and religious conflict in Latin America, and a lecture on leadership by New York Governor George Pataki. The brochure also provides a list of the Committee's officers and members.

Dates: 1997

J. Douglas Bruce Letters to Professor Albert C. Baugh

Identifier: MS-3788

This collection consists of three letters written from the years 1917-1918 by University of Tennessee professor of English, Dr. J. Douglas Bruce. All three letters are directed to Dr. Albert C. Baugh, a renowned English professor at the University of Pennsylvania. In the letters, Dr. Bruce discusses his work as well as Dr. Baugh's work in the field of English Literature.

Dates: 1917 August 5-1918 July 9

J. M. McCallie Collection

Identifier: MS-3810

This collection includes three photos of Joseph Madison "Mat" McCallie from his time at the University of Tennessee, three medals awarded to him, one pair of epaulets, a pamphlet entitled "A Farm Boy in East Tennessee, 1863-1882" which details his life, and issues of the Chi Delta Crescent.

Dates: 1863-1887

J. Wade Gilley Papers

Identifier: AR-0793

The J. Wade Gilley collections contains the papers from his time as the president of the University of Tennessee from 1999-2001. It contains reading files, newspaper clippings, memos and correspondence related to his inauguration, time as president adnd resignation. as well as administrative papers and correspondence from during his presidency, and newspaper clippings and an audio tape interview related to his resignation.

Dates: 1999-2002, undated; undated

Jack E. Reese Collection

Identifier: AR-0530
Abstract This collection contains material documenting nearly the entirety of Professor Jack Reese's career at the University of Tennessee. Much of this information dates from Reese's time in administrative positions and includes texts of prepared speeches, correspondence with other administrators, professors, and student publications, and items showing position searches. The collection also houses materials documenting Reese's time as Director of the College Scholars Program after his resignation...
Dates: 1968-1996

James D. Hoskins Commencement Address

Identifier: AR-0701
Abstract University of Tennessee President James D. Hoskins delivered this address at the University's commencement ceremonies on June 2, 1941. In it, he discusses the ongoing World War and advises the new graduates that unlike young people before them, they cannot issue or evade at will the usual challenges of life nor debate with customary freedom what your major interests will be because they have [w]illingly or otherwise ... already been drafted in the cause of Democracy. According to Hoskins,...
Dates: 1941 June 2

James D. Hoskins Letter of Recommendation

Identifier: AR-0292

This collection houses a letter of recommendation that James D. Hoskins wrote for N. H. Bright and sent to the high school at Bernice, Louisiana in 1912.

Dates: 1912 July 17

James D. Hoskins Letters

Identifier: AR-0301

This collection houses two letters from James D. Hoskins to Elizabeth A. Lockwood. In the 1946 letter, Hoskins briefly discusses his resignation from the office of the presidency.

Dates: 1946 August 10, 1955 February 12

James D. Hoskins Papers

Identifier: AR-0138

The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, speeches, notes, and other materials documenting James D. Hoskins' work with the University of Tennessee during the 1930s and 1940s. Other materials show his involvement with the Sons of the Revolution, the genealogy of the Hoskins family, and Tennessee history.

Dates: 1912-1954

James D. Hoskins Research regarding University of Tennessee History

Identifier: AR-0076

This collection houses James D. Hoskins' research into the history of the University of Tennessee. It documents such topics as the admission of female students, the Summer School of the South, individual faculty members, building dedications, and Hoskins himself.

Dates: 1949, 1954, undated

James E. Patterson Collection

Identifier: AR-0606

This collection houses The Torch freshman magazine for 1937-1938, the University of Tennessee News Letter for June 1937, and a promotional magazine for the Tennessee-Georgia football game in October of 1937 documenting James E. Patterson's time at UT.

Dates: 1937-1938

James J. Moran Papers

Identifier: MS-2009
Abstract This collection houses set designs, photographs, negatives, and other materials documenting James J. Moran's career in film and theatre. The majority of the items show his work at the University of Tennessee, including his participation in such plays as Lilliom, Ring of the Nibelung, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Our Country's Good. Other materials document his work on such projects as Warner Brothers'...
Dates: 1986-1993 (bulk 1991-1993)

James Park Letter to Brown Ayres

Identifier: MS-0036

This May 19, 1911, letter from James Park to Brown Ayres is a reply to a request by Mr. Ayres for Mr. Park to be present and to give the prayer at the Professor Copper S. Schmitt memorial service at the chapel on May 29.

Dates: 1911 May 19

James R. Cox Auditorium Programs

Identifier: AR-0212

This collection contains two copies of a program documenting the naming ceremony for the James R. Cox Auditorium at Alumni Memorial Hall on September 26, 2003 and a program showing the Dedication and Inaugural Concert of the Cox Auditorium Organ on January 21, 2007. The Concert program includes a description of the music played, specifics of the organ, and coming events at the Auditorium in February 2007.

Dates: 2003-2007

John C. Hodges Collection

Identifier: MS-0401

The John C. Hodges Collection contains manuscripts, notes, proofs, correspondence, photocopies, and other materials documenting several of Hodges' books.

Dates: 1935-1967

John L. Neely Letter and Receipt

Identifier: MS-0156
Abstract This collection consists primarily of a letter that Cadet John L. Neely wrote to his mother, Bettie Neely, from the University of Tennessee on September 19, 1887. In it, he says that he enjoys school, discusses his classes, assures his mother that his health has been good, and mentions having spoken with the University's President (Charles W. Dabney) when he was visiting the dorm. Also included is a receipt (signed by W. W. Morrison) indicating that Cadet J. L. Neely has paid the $20.00...
Dates: 1887 September 19-November 14

John Sheridan Collection

Identifier: AR-0791

The John Sheridan Collection consists of University of Tennessee bicentennial and other university development and personal media belonging to former UT Medical Center administrator John Sheridan.

Dates: 1974-2016; undated

John Sneed Postcard to Eben Alexander

Identifier: MS-1862

In this note, John Sneed asks Eben Alexander for copies of the University of Tennessee's catalog to distribute in La Grange, Tennessee.

Dates: 1886 June 18

Jonathan G. Utley Papers

Identifier: AR-0388

This collection houses correspondence, notes, publications, and other records documenting Dr. Jonathan G. Utley's work with the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the University of Tennessee's History Department between 1969 and 1994.

Dates: 1964-1994; Majority of material found within 1969-1994

Joseph Estabrook Letter

Identifier: MS-3494

Joseph Estabrook wrote this letter to his cousin, Colonel John Wood, on December 25, 1835 from Knoxville, Tennessee. In it, he describes his wife’s continuously declining health and inquires, at length, about many members of his extended family. He also discusses his position as president of East Tennessee College, writing fondly of the college on the hill and comparing it to Amherst and Yale.

Dates: 1835 December 25

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