Politicians -- Tennessee.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Al Gore's Honorary Doctorate Cap and Gown
The Arnell Family Papers represents three generations of the Arnell family: Radical Republican Reconstruction politician and U.S. congressman Samuel Mayes Arnell, U.S. Bureau of Pensions worker and lawyer Samuel Mayes Arnell, Jr., and University of Tennessee graduate Harriette Locke Arnell. The collection contains family papers, financial and legal papers, and historical papers dated 1780-1957, with the bulk of the material covering 1860-1910.
This collections contain correspondence, political papers, legal papers and financial papers documenting Ben W. Hooper and his time as governor of Tennessee (1910-1914).
This collection contains material documenting the life and accomplishments of William Robert Anderson, Captain of the USS Nautilus SSN 571 during the Cold War and Tennessee Congressman in the 1960s and early 1970s.
This collection consists of a single one-page handwritten letter written by Felix Grundy on February 13, 1813.
The Fred D. Thompson Papers (1993-2002) detail Thompson's career as a U.S. Senator from Tennessee from 1994-2002. Correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, audio and video tapes, and many other formats of materials document the complete workings of the Thompson administration, both in Washington and in his state offices throughout Tennessee. Some material on Thompson's two Senatorial campaigns (1994 and 1996) is also included.
This collection features one handwritten letter from Horace Maynard dated May 10, 1878.
This collection is a pamphlet including a letter from the Chevalier D'Yrujo, Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States, to the Chairman of the Committee appointed to report on William Blount's impeachment.
This collection consists of a print of a sketch of William Blount etched by Albert Rosenthal in 1888.
This collection consists of Pryor Lea's license to practice law in Tennessee, dated June 10, 1817. Lea was a politician and railroad entrepreneur. He served in the 2nd district for Tennessee in the House of Representatives.
Two versions of William Gibbs McAdoo's diary documenting his life from 1846 to 1894. McAdoo wrote this diary and series of letters during the Mexican War, Civil War, and through his later years until 1894. Volume 1 is the draft version of the compilation of these extracts and Volume 2 is the final version.
This collection contains a letter from October 13, 1843 written by William Houston to send to his brother-in-law Thomas Wier of Jacksboro, Tennessee.