Tennessee Valley Authority -- History.
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of reports, notes, rosters, drafts, binders, clippings, and publications relating to Aelred Flash Gray's career with the University of Tennessee Planning Department and two of his publications, Norris, Tennessee: A History of America's First Self-Contained Greenbelt Town and Regional Planning: The TVA Experience.
This collection contains a report from the Tennessee Valley Authority concerning the Bean Station Restoration Project. The report contains articles, photographs, and maps displaying the progress of the restoration project.
The Bob Clement Oral History is a project conducted by Univeristy of Tennessee doctoral students Travis Hardy and Aaron Crawford.
The collection includes recordings and transcripts of oral interviews with former Congressman Bob Clement and his family members. Focus is on Clement's long and varied career in public service, from his father's time as Tennessee's governor to his own positions at the Tennessee Valley Authority and terms in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Carson Brewer wrote these columns for the Knoxville News-Sentinel on such subjects as Knoxville, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the people and communities of the Smoky Mountains region, and the Tennessee Valley Authority between the 1940s and the 1980s.
This collection consists of one scrapbook put together by Edythe Helen Taylor. The scrapbook focuses mainly on the Tennessee Valley Authority, recording its activity from 1934-1977 in handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and official documents.
This collection contains two addresses made and two documents written by Dr. Harcourt A. Morgan, director of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), created between 1934 and 1941.
This collection of papers concentrates on the career of Ira Chiles while he held the office of Area Education Officer with the Tennessee Valley Authority from 1936 to 1948. Papers dealing with Chiles' official duties as Education Officer as well as other aspects of the TVA are included in the collection. A large portion of material covers the Guntersville Dam project in Alabama on which Chiles worked.
Collection consists of a photo album documenting the construction of the Nolichucky Dam in Greeneville, Tenn., in 1913. All stages of dam construction are presented in the album: coffer dams, foreboys, penstocks, forms, and the power house. In addition to documenting the construction of Nolichucky Dam, the album contains 46 photos of the construction of a concrete reservoir, done by the Boston firm A. G. Tomasello & Son, for the Salem, Massachusetts waterworks in 1915.
This collection contains a single typed report entitled "Outline of Muscle Shoals Properties" by the Tennessee Valley Authority.
This collection houses the Tennessee Valley Authority's records of graves removed before the construction of the Norris Dam in East Tennessee, the first major project of the TVA.
This collection houses numerous pamphlets describing the TVA's activities between 1933 and 1965.
This collection houses reports (many originally intended for use only within the TVA), summaries, articles, and a thesis documenting the activities of the Tennessee Valley Authority between 1933 and 1973.
This collection consists of one chapter written by Jess Mills on the history of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in Hamblen County.
This collection consists of eight Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) photographs that show the building of Norris Dam by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).
This collection includes pages from Knoxville Labor News featuring the "With the Tennessee Valley Authority" article during 1936 and 1937. Also included is one copy of the April 23, 1936 issue of the Norris News.