Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
The Agee-Comstock collection contains ten letters sent from James Agee to Tamara Comstock between August 1954 and March 1955. The letters detail Agee's personal life (recounting events surrounding the birth of his last child and his health problems), his writing (updating her on his current professional projects and struggles with his personal work), and some discussion of Agee and Comstock's relationship.
This collection consists of a single letter from John B. Brownlow to William G. McAdoo on February 4, 1890. The letter concerns Brownlow's recollection of a speech made by Andrew Johnson in Knoxville around 1860.
This collection features one handwritten letter from John Bell Brownlow, dated February 7, 1874, written to F. S. Heiskell in Knoxville, Tennessee.
This collection consists of two letters, three deeds belonging to John J. Daturic, and two monthly reports from the Knoxville Business College of R. A. Anderson. Daturic bought and sold real estate in Knox County. These materials span from circa 1877-1890.
This collection consists of receipts, correspondences, and business accounts of John T. Burtwell. Some of the correspondences are about personal and family matters, while others concern business accounts with local merchants.
This collection consists of two letters exchanged between Lee McClung and William Loeb, secretary to President Theodore Roosevelt, in June of 1903 concerning an autographed presentation copy of The Winning of the West.
These letters to Littleton W. Tazwell discuss a bank deposit that was distributed to him on March 16, 1825 and the death of a relative on April 12, 1840.
This collection consists of two letters written by Lyon Gardiner Tyler dated 1881 December 21, and 1882 March 10.
This collection consists of 14 letters regarding political matters and positions from various leaders of Tennessee's regional and state government.
The collection consists of personal papers, correspondence, pencil drawings and oversized newspapers created or collected by Mildred McPherson and her family between the years 1899 to 1988.
A letter written by Moses Elkanah Thompson, dated June 7, 1863, to Francis M. Blair in response to one received from Blair earlier. In the letter, Thompson briefly mentions the Battle at Vicksburg and the number of men both sides lost. He also mentions his desire for the war to end.
This collection consists of four letters from 1911 and 1917 and a copy of Life magazine from 1944.
This collection consists of a transcribed letter from Oliver Perry Temple to Dr. W. G. Brownlow. The letter concerns O.P. Temple reporting back to Dr. W. G. Brownlow about speeches given in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Montgomery, Alabama. The letter was transcribed in 1971.
This collection contains a variety of documents and mementos collected primarily during Paul G. Simpson's three years in the Army Air Force. It includes personal letters, military documents, tourist mementos, newspaper clippings, and publications about both military and civilian life. The scrapbook pages include photographs, realia, and documents, all accompanied by extensive commentary written by his wife, Edna.
This collection of letters, dated October 30, 1893 - February 28, 1899, chronicles a relationship between R. H. Williams of Chattanooga, Tennessee and Mildred Pitkin of North Cambridge, Massachusetts. These letters, written from Williams to Pitkin, discuss financial matters as well as a fire at the Richardson Building in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
This collection consists of a single handwritten letter written by Richard Pearson in 1844. In the letter, Pearson discusses a recent claim by William G. Brownlow about letters from Andrew Jackson.
This collection includes correspondence written to Roberta A. "Bobbie Lou" Scull from various professors and people who knew Lexemuel Ray Hesler, including a letter from Hesler himself, written during 1969 as Scull prepared to write about Hesler. Also included is Scull's biographical sketch of Hesler.