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Ada Larew Papers

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Identifier: MS-0205
Abstract 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.

Albert Watt Hobt Papers

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Identifier: MS-0332
Abstract The Albert Watt Hobt Papers consist of Hobt's collection of poems concerning sports. Poetry of Sport is a collection of works by many authors which Mr. Hobt hoped to incorporate into a volume of poetry praising sports and sportsmen.

Alwin Thaler Papers

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Identifier: MS-0327
Abstract The papers of Dr. Alwin Thaler consist of copy and notes used in the preparation of two books. One book was in co-editorship with Prof. Charles Mills Gayley. The book was Vol. IV of Gayley's Representative English Comedies. The second book whose galleys or printers proofs are in the collection is Thaler's Shakespeare and Democracy.

Amazing Grace Manuscripts

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Identifier: MS-0350
Abstract This collection includes manuscripts and galley proof material with handwritten edits and notes for Amazing Grace by Robert Drake.

BBC Radio Cassette Tape on Knoxville

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Identifier: MS-2525
Abstract This collection contains one cassette tape for the BBC Radio 3 program, "Knoxville: Summer of 1995," which was recorded October 3, 1995.

Ben Harris McClary Papers

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Identifier: MS-2916
Abstract This collection consists of correspondence, publications, course materials, and other items documenting the education, life, and work of Ben Harris McClary and several of his close friends. Most materials date from between 1959 and 2001.

Ben McClary Collection of James Agee

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Identifier: MS-2625
Abstract This collection consists of Professor Ben McClary's collection of James Agee material. The collection includes books by and about Agee, newspaper and magazine articles, as well as original research and articles by McClary. Also included are memorial articles and correspondence about Father James Harold Flye.

Cormac McCarthy Correspondence, 1976-1985

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Identifier: MS-3762
Abstract The collection consists of letter correspondence between Cormac McCarthy and fellow writer John Fergus Ryan between the years of 1975 to 1986. The writers discussed their daily life, successes, and disappointments.

Corneille McCarn Correspondence

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Identifier: MS-2803
Abstract This collection containing 15 folders of letters to poet Corneille McCarn covers approximately 30 years of correspondence with McCarn family and friends.

Darker Grows the Valley Collection

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Identifier: MS-0006
Abstract This collection houses a corrected galley proof of Harry Harrison Kroll's novel Darker Grows the Valley.

David Madden Papers

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Identifier: MS-0632
Abstract Collection contains manuscripts of plays and books written by David Madden, including play manuscripts, notes and rough drafts for several novels, early manuscripts, printer's copies, proofs, and other work related to Madden's publications.

Ethel Freytag Manuscript Collection

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Identifier: MS-0986
Abstract This collection houses research and manuscripts that Ethel Freytag and Glena Kreis Ott used to write A History of Morgan County, Tennessee.

Evelyn Scott, A Rediscovery

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Identifier: MS-1991
Abstract This reel-to-reel tape, entitled Evelyn Scott, A Rediscovery, contains a recording of Peggy Bach, David Madden, and Louis Simpson discussing Bach's biography of Tennessee author Evelyn Scott. The tape was recorded by LSU's Television-Radio Service in 1984.

Evelyn Scott Letter

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Identifier: MS-1952
Abstract In this letter, Evelyn Scott informs Mr. Northwall (an admirer of her work in Chicago) that she has received his special delivery.

Evelyn Scott Papers

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Identifier: MS-3667
Abstract The bulk of the collection contains correspondence between Evelyn Scott, her family, friends, and business associates written between 1948 and 1956. Also available are drafts of unpublished works including The Gravestones Wept and Evelyn Scott’s autobiography, Scott’s scrapbook, and a small collection of other personal papers.

Evelyn Scott/John Metcalfe Letters

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Identifier: MS-2523
Abstract This collection, the Evelyn Scott/John Metcalfe Letters, 1958-1964, consists of letters from either Scott or Metcalfe to Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Lyle or to Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Trahern in Clarksville, Tenn. Many of the letters discuss Evelyn's health, family, and friends from Clarksville.

Fanny N. D. Murfree Collection Regarding Mary Noailles Murfree

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Identifier: MS-0169
Abstract 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.

Ferol Frost Hubbs Genealogy Research

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Identifier: MS-3925
Overview Collection contains three typewritten manuscripts collected or compiled by Ferol Frost Hubbs, a genealogist from Greeneville, Tennessee. Two items are histories of Tennessee families, "The Genealogy of Andrew Johnson, The Seventeenth President of the United States" (17 pages) and "The Genealogy of the John E. McGaughey Family of Atlanta, Georgia” (61 pages). The third is an index to a previously published work, Histories of Tennessee, and is 174 pages. Each...

Home to the Hermitage Manuscripts

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Identifier: MS-0011
Abstract The collection consists of three drafts of Home to the Hermitage by Alfred Leland Crabb. The novel is about AndrewJackson and his wife Rachel Jackson, near the end of her life at their home, the Hermitage.

Hubbs-Frost and Allied Families Collection

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Identifier: MS-1878
Abstract 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).

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