Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a Civil War letter and document written to B.D. Parkinson from Adna Anderson. The letter appointed Parkinson as Engineer of Repairs, United States Military Railroads, Military Division of the Mississippi. The document, titled Special Order No. 9., officially recognizes the appointment. Anderson assisted the North during the Civil War as chief superintendent and engineer of all the military railroads.
This collection includes two letters written by Andrew Johnson. The letters are dated March 3, 1863 and February 4, 1865 and are written from Nashville, Tennessee.
Collection contains the report on the Nashville Traction Company, created by G. B. Howard & Co., Engineers. The report was presented February 13, 1915, and details all work done in the year 1914. The report describes routes, monthly expenses, outstanding contracts, estimated future costs, estimated costs of 1914 projects, types of construction, materials, orders, and photographs. Included are numerous maps of routes and eight photographs taken during construction.
This collection contains a letter, dated November 14, 1849, from John S. Dashiell to William K. Blair in which Dashiell reviews and comments on the By Laws of Blair's Masonic Lodge. Dashiell approves of the rules adopted by Blair's Lodge with the exception of the measure to fine brothers for non-attendance.
This collection consists of a printed slave-sale form, describing the transfer of Jerry, an enslaved man owned by Matthew Barrow, to William Donalson for $355.
This collection consists of newspaper clippings advertising the meetings of the Tennessee Historical Society from August to October 1859.