University of Tennessee, Knoxville -- Faculty.
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Donated by Dr. Alan S. Heilman himself, this postcard collection documents thirty years of friendly correspondence between academic acquaintances. These botanical photographic postcards provide brief insight to his time as a professor at the University of Tennessee from 1980 to 1997, sampling his continued passion for botanical photography in his retirement through the year 2009.
This collection consists of a typescript of Alwin Thaler's "Ports and Happy Havens: An Autobiography." Also included are letters sent to and from Alwin Thaler and a few index cards with notes.
This collection contains various letters between Alwin Thaler and other scholars regarding the study of Shakespeare and his works.
The collection consists of a one page printed letter from Andrew M. Soule to James Maynard on August 27, 1904, discussing his sentiments about leaving the University of Tennessee faculty.
This is a collection of genealogical materials, professional papers, and personal papers related to Clara Hamlett Robertson Flannagan and her first husband, Judson Hall Robertson.
This collection includes a variety of research materials, published materials, and ephemera collected by Michael Lofaro pertaining to Davy Crockett, Daniel Boone, and other frontier heroes from the mid-18 century through the 21st century.
The Dr. Alvin Nielsen Papers document Nielsen's tenure as physics professor, head of the Physics Department, and the dean of the College of Liberal Arts (now the College of Arts and Sciences) at the University of Tennessee, from 1935-1980. His papers include reports, correspondence, presentations and speeches, newspaper articles, and photographs. The papers also contain materials collected after his retirement and death that commemorate his achievements, from 1980-2001.
The Dr. Andrew J. Kozar Sr. Papers document the academic and professional career of University of Tennessee physical educator Dr. Andrew “Andy” Kozar. These papers include personal papers and correspondence, administrative records, teaching materials, publications, research materials, and reading files from 1885-2007, with the bulk of the material dating 1951-2007.
This collection houses memoranda, reports, minutes, agendas, reports, membership information, resolutions, by-laws, and other materials documenting the University of Tennessee's Faculty Senate activities dating from 1936 to the present.
This collection contains newspaper clippings and letters paying tribute to Dr. Charles Wait, a University of Tennessee chemistry professor. The materials were collected by Fesington Carlyle Lowry.
This embossed scrapbook, filled with heartfelt letters from colleagues and former students, was assembled by Edith Jones and Geri Piper to celebrate Florence MacLeod's retirement from the University of Tennessee on September 1, 1962. In addition to 58 letters, it includes items from her retirement party and other mementos from that year.
This collection contains materials by and about George F. DeVine, a music professor at the University of Tennessee. Materials include original music compositions, professional summaries, and correspondence. Also available is information related to the dedication of the George F. DeVine Music Library.
This collection consists of a text entitled Governing the American Democracy which describes the best ways to govern the American Democracy and was intended for an introductory American government course. It is authored by Thomas R. Dye, Lee Seifert Greene, and George S. Parthemos.
This collection contains material regarding the military career of Harold S. Fink, a Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserve who served during World War II.
In this document, Harold S. Fink, retired history professor at the University of Tennessee, gives an account of his trip to a history convention in Doha, Qatar between March 21-27, 1977.
This collection consists of an essay by Harold S. Fink entitled Henry II and his Plans for a Crusade.
This collection houses records documenting the University of Tennessee's Department of History from 1938 to 1987.
These reprints, collected by Dr. J. Wesley Hoffmann of the UT History Department, document important scholarship in the fields of History, Classics, English, and Education. Among the major authors represented are John L. Snell, Leo Loubire, and Robert D. Warth. The reprints are arranged alphabetically by author and then by title.
This collection is a manuscript written by Marilyn Kallet entitled "Honest Simplicity in William Carlos Williams' "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower"". In it, Kallet provides a study of the effect of turmoil on William Carlos Williams' output and theorizing. For Kallet, "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower" is a poem that reaches into the depths of Williams' creative spirit.