University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Found in 284 Collections and/or Records:
The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, speeches, notes, and other materials documenting James D. Hoskins' work with the University of Tennessee during the 1930s and 1940s. Other materials show his involvement with the Sons of the Revolution, the genealogy of the Hoskins family, and Tennessee history.
This collection houses James D. Hoskins' research into the history of the University of Tennessee. It documents such topics as the admission of female students, the Summer School of the South, individual faculty members, building dedications, and Hoskins himself.
This collection houses The Torch freshman magazine for 1937-1938, the University of Tennessee News Letter for June 1937, and a promotional magazine for the Tennessee-Georgia football game in October of 1937 documenting James E. Patterson's time at UT.
This collection contains two copies of a program documenting the naming ceremony for the James R. Cox Auditorium at Alumni Memorial Hall on September 26, 2003 and a program showing the Dedication and Inaugural Concert of the Cox Auditorium Organ on January 21, 2007. The Concert program includes a description of the music played, specifics of the organ, and coming events at the Auditorium in February 2007.
In this note, John Sneed asks Eben Alexander for copies of the University of Tennessee's catalog to distribute in La Grange, Tennessee.
This collection houses correspondence, notes, publications, and other records documenting Dr. Jonathan G. Utley's work with the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the University of Tennessee's History Department between 1969 and 1994.
The University of Tennessee's Judaic Studies Program published this newsletter in 2003. It contains information about faculty activities, the Program Director’s activities, invited lecturers, performances, teaching, and public service.
This collection houses the correspondence that Katherine N. High generated in her capacity as Associate Senior Vice President of the University of Tennessee system. Her responsibilities in this position included coordinating student and academic policy, monitoring desegregation efforts, and serving as the University of Tennessee's liaison to the Tennessee Department of Education.
This collection contains a pin reading Free the Knoxville 22. The Knoxville 22 were a group of University of Tennessee student and non-student protesters opposed to what they considered the improper election of UT President Ed Boling in 1970.
This collection contains 10 color slides of the Knoxville Peace Coalition's march through the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus in 1971. This demonstration took place on Cumberland Avenue in front of the Hill and the University Center. Protesters are shown waving American flags and holding various signs.
This collection consists of photographs of Lexemuel R. Hesler and his family, some biographical information on such family members as Hesler's wife, Esther (Collins) Hesler, and her brother, George LeRoy Collins, and photographs of several University of Tennessee professors.
This collection houses Dean L. R. Hesler’s Phi Beta Kappa key.
This collection contains correspondence written on November 5, 1922 to the Trustees of the University of Tennessee from Lalla Block Arnstein. With the correspondence, a check for $5,000 is enclosed for the use of purchasing books for the University of Tennessee library. Lists of the books purchased are included. The collection also includes correspondence dating between 1923 and 1959 to and from Arnstein and her husband, Max, in regards to the Lalla Block Arnstein Foundation.
This collection houses departmental committee records, information about honor societies, syllabi and exams, scholarly publications, and other materials documenting University of Tennessee Professor LeRoy Graf and the Department of History.
This collection houses a number of long range plans created by the University of Tennessee, including a ten-year plan for the School of Planning, University long-range plans from 1980, University five-year plans from 1990 and 1994, and a guide to University benefits for employees published in 1994.
This collection houses the music and lyrics for a 1930 march entitled Loyalty to Tennessee by Ernest Jackson.
This collection houses correspondence, reviews, programs, photographs, scripts, and other materials documenting Malcolm Miller's work with the University of Tennessee's drama program, his involvement with such Knoxville theaters as the Bijou, the Lyric, and the Tennessee, and his column, Music and Drama, in the Knoxville Journal.