Journalists -- Tennessee.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 45 items, mainly articles written by Carson Brewer for the Knoxville News-Sentinel from 1959 to 1992. Most of the articles contain local stories about history and people's experiences or activities.
This collection consists of four letters from 1911 and 1917 and a copy of Life magazine from 1944.
This collection houses scrapbooks, photographs, magazines, newspapers, programs, menus, and invitations documenting the life and work of Tennessee journalist Nellie Kenyon.
These files house nomination forms, nomination packets, and biographical or background information documenting journalists honored by the Tennessee Press Association between 1967 and 1999. Photographs of these individuals are displayed in the Tennessee Newspaper Hall of Fame Gallery located in the University of Tennessee's Communication Building.
This collection contains one Nov. 13, 1824 letter from William G. Hunt, the founder of The National Banner. He writes to Abram Maury and John Fitzgerald of the Nashville Republican, inquiring about the identity of an anonymous writer who assailed Hunt.
This collection contains correspondence, receipts, accounts, and gubernatorial addresses documenting the life and work of William Gannaway Brownlow.
This collection contains a copy of a newspaper account book, A Narrative of the Life, Travels, and Circumstances Incidents Thereto of William G. Brownlow, and two bonds signed by Brownlow. The narrative appears to have suffered water damage and many parts are faded or illegible.
The Willis C. Tucker Papers document Tucker's involvement with the University of Tennessee School of Journalism between 1947 and 1976.