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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

F. S. Heiskell Subscription List of the Knoxville Register

Identifier: MS-0493
Abstract This collection contains the subscription list for the Knoxville Register in 1820. According to an accompanying note, the list was found in the attic of the editor, F. S. Heiskell. The date 1820 is indicated by the reference on page 112 to the Emancipator, an anti-slavery paper published in that year in Jonesboro. The numbers after the names are probably the number of issues of the Register...
Dates: 1820

H. J. Anderson Letter to the Editor of the Globe

Identifier: MS-1155

This collection consists of a handwritten letter by H. J. Anderson of Toulon, Haywood County, Tennessee, to F. P. Blair, the editor of the Globe (Washington, D.C.), on January 23, 1835 regarding his subscription to the newspaper.

Dates: 1835 January 23

Jack Wayland Scrapbook

Identifier: MS-1117

A single bound scrapbook of newspaper clippings put together by Jack Wayland between 1881 and 1919. Subjects include mostly current events, particularly those related to war and world news.

Dates: 1881-1919

James D. Hoskins Scrapbooks

Identifier: MS-3729

The collection consists of letters, newspaper clippings, and personal effects of former University of Tennessee president James D. Hoskins (1870-1960).

Dates: 1870-1976

New York Evening Post

Identifier: MS-3741

This collection consists of a single copy of the April 19, 1814 issue of the New York Evening Post.

Dates: 1814 April 19

Wiley L. Morgan Newspaper Article

Identifier: MS-0378

The collection consists of one typescript article submitted to the Chicago Record-Herald, written by Wiley L. Morgan, about the marked longevity of citizens living in Campbell County, Tennessee. The piece is accompanied by a letter of rejection from the editor dated March 10, 1902.

Dates: 1902 March 6, 10