Tennessee -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains documents from Andrew Jackson Graves' life and career as a Tennessee State Senator. The bulk of the material comes from the years 1933 to 1940, and relates to various projects Graves was involved in at the local, state, and national levels. The collection also contains a sizable number of posthumous documents pertaining to awards and honors he received after his death.
This collection contains photos of Brown Ayres conducting business at the Tennessee Senate Chamber in Nashville, TN and a letter to Jim Venito.
This collection documents the State of Tennessee in 1970. The material primarily consists of information commissions, departments, and offices. Additionally, there are briefings on the environment, housing and revenue.
This collection contains two ledger books from Greeneville, Tennessee, with entries from the Board of Mayor and Alderman on tax reports, town codes, and more between 1818 and 1871.
This addendum to the papers of former Senator Howard H. Baker contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, photographs, schedules, speeches and other material related to the Senator's career and personal life. While some papers in the addendum cover roughly the same time and events as the Howard H. Baker Papers (MPA.101), this addendum also documents the Senator's political, legal and personal activities before and after his tenure in the Senate and White House.
The collection consists of Executive Orders signed by Tennessee governors between 1971 and 1983.
This small leaflet lists reasons for workers to join the Socialist Party. The bottom of the second page lists the national and state candidates for the 1932 election, including John H. Compton for governor of Tennessee.
This collection contains nine issues of The Watchdog from 1975-1981 printed in Knoxville, Tennessee, by Cas Walker.
William E. Brock’s papers include legislation, correspondence, schedules, calendars, books, speeches, and certificates. Media includes paper, photographs, slides, audio recordings, films, videos, scrapbooks, and ephemera. The collection is stored in approximately 119 linear feet of boxes.
The collection documents many of Tennessee Governor Winfield Dunn's activities between 1971 and 1975. Material includes addresses, messages, and statements; legislative summaries; attempts by the governor to veto legislation.