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This collection houses a letter written (dictated) by Andrew Jackson to Colonel James Hamilton. In it, Jackson recommends his nephew, Samuel Jackson Hays, as a suitable suitor for Ms. Middleton, who was under the guardianship of Col. Hamilton.
This collection houses primarily books, pamphlets, charts, correspondence, and drafts of chapters documenting Raskopf's The Agricultural History of Tennessee, which he intended to cover every aspect of the history of farm life from crops to churches. The collection also houses Raskopf's Rural Research Series, which he wrote through the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology at the University of Tennessee.
Felix Kirk wrote this letter to his father, John Kirk, from Knoxville on November 14, 1861. In it, he discuses a recent illness, mentions some old union devil who burned a bridge, and describes his unit's recent activities in Chattanooga and Knoxville. The reverse of the letter's final page bears a printed poem entitled Dixie: Southrons, hear your Country Call You!
This collection contains letters written by John Trotwood Moore to Col. Samuel L. King with dates ranging from July 13, 1916 to October 13, 1922. The letters are predominantly social, discussing politics, children, and other current affairs.
Autograph book containing signatures, notes, and ditties from the 1880s-1890s to Rossie Hinton.
- Subject: Tennessee -- Social life and customs. X