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This collection consists of the personal papers of Ada Campbell Larew and includes manuscripts, historical essays, poems, plays, and short stories authored by Larew. Also available are personal correspondence, press clippings, and memorabilia.
This collection consists of four Advocate and Family Guardian dating from 1864. They include articles, poetry, and stories with a focus on Christian teachings as well as a series describing East Tennessee and how it was being affected by the Civil War.
This collection contains 46 audio tapes, primarily of interviews collected by Anne Romaine for her unfinished biography on Alex Haley. There are also some made by the Haley Museum, lectures given by Alex Haley, and interviews of Anne Romaine herself. Primarily, the interviews are conducted by Ms. Romaine with relatives, friends, and others, including George Haley, Rodnell Collins, Dr. C. Eric Lincoln, Fred Montgomery, and many others.
Anne Romaine was the official biographer of Alex Haley. The collection consists of her research material gathered for the never-completed biography.
Anne Romaine was the official biographer of Alex Haley. The collection contains her taped interviews on Haley and other research material she gathered for her never-completed biography.
This collection houses research materials that Anne Romaine created while writing her unfinished biography of Alex Haley. Among these items are interviews, articles by and about Haley, and materials documenting his years in the Coast Guard.
This collection houses original letters, poems, photographs, and drawings documenting Nettie Alma (Blevins) Buttram, formerly of Oneida, Tennessee and the subject of Barbara Cueter's historical fiction memoir entitled Sand Against the Wind. Additionally, this collection contains the notes and drafts that Cueter created while writing and editing the book.
This collection houses research and manuscripts that Ethel Freytag and Glena Kreis Ott used to write A History of Morgan County, Tennessee.
This collection houses correspondence, financial documents, legal documents, manuscripts, scrapbooks, photographs, and other papers documenting the lives of authors Evelyn Scott and John Metcalfe, Scott's mother, Maude Dunn, and Scott's friend and biographer, Robert Welker.
In this letter, Evelyn Scott informs Mr. Northwall (an admirer of her work in Chicago) that she has received his special delivery.
The Evelyn Scott Letters, 1946-1949, contains two letters to Bob Evans, one concerning Scott's whereabouts from director of Yaddo, Elizabeth Ames, and the other from Scott herself.
This collection houses newspaper clippings describing Mary Noailles Murfree and her work, lists of Murfree's books in U.T.'s library, a postcard depicting the Stones River Battlefield, a photograph of William Law Murfree's home in Nashville, and a typewritten manuscript entitled "Grantland Before the Civil War" by Fanny N. D. Murfree.
In this letter, Frances Burnett informs Mr. McGee of her plans to visit Bermuda to rest before returning to her home in Long Island for the remainder of the summer and tells him when he may contact her regarding her books.
Frances Hodgson Burnett wrote this letter to a publisher regarding the omission of the last paragraph of her story "The Captain's Youngest," which was printed in Romance magazine.
This collection includes five short letters written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. In them, she discusses photographs of her Washington house, requests a book of poems, agrees to be named as a patron of an upcoming reading, responds to a request for a book, and quotes a section from That Lass o' Lowrie's.
This collection is a handwritten, unsigned manuscript listing and describing the roses in Frances Hodgson Burnett's garden, as well as the envelope in which it was contained.
In this note (possibly intended for a publisher), Frances Hodgson Burnett comments on the title and length of an article that she has written.
This collection houses research that Ferol Frost Hubbs (or FFH, as she refers to herself in her notes) conducted for her book, Hubbs-Frost and Allied Families (1973).
- Subject: Women authors, American. X
- Women authors, American -- Tennessee. 10
- Women authors, American -- 20th century. 8
- Authors, American -- Tennessee. 7
- Women authors, American -- Southern States. 7
- Women authors, American. 7
- Women authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence. 6
- Authors, American -- 20th century. 4
- American literature -- Women authors. 2
- Appalachian Region, Southern -- Women. 2
- Authors, American. 2
- Cherokee Indians -- Tennessee -- History. 2
- Oral history -- United States. 2
- American literature -- Southern States. 1
- Appalachian Region -- History. 1
- Appalachian Region -- Social conditions. 1
- Appalachian Region, Southern -- Religion. 1
- Appalachian Region. 1
- Authors, American -- Southern States. 1
- Blount Mansion (Knoxville, Tenn.) 1
- Cumberland Gap (Tenn.) -- History. 1
- Fort Sanders, Battle of, Knoxville, Tenn., 1863. 1
- Fraternal organizations. 1
- Great Depression. 1
- Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.). 1
- Historical fiction, American. 1
- Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875 1
- Morgan County (Tenn.) -- History. 1
- Murfreesboro (Tenn.) -- History. 1
- Periodicals -- Publishing. 1
- Short stories, American -- Tennessee. 1
- Southern States -- Genealogy. 1
- Tennessee -- Genealogy. 1
- Tennessee -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 1
- Tennessee -- History. 1
- Tennessee, East -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 1
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783. 1
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville -- Faculty. 1
- Women -- Southern States. 1 ∧ less