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Greeneville (Tenn.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

"A Historical Sketch of the Presbyterian Church of Greeneville, Tennessee"

Identifier: MS-0905

Reverend John E. Alexander presented this sketch to the Presbyterian Historical Society of Philadelphia on July 2, 1876. In it, he details the history of the Presbyterian Church of Greeneville, Tennessee (previously known as Harmony and Mt. Bethel), including a list of the members of the church's session since its early years.

Dates: 1876 July 2

New Federal Building Opening Ceremony Invitation

Identifier: MS-1987

This invitation announces the ceremony for the Completion and Opening of the New Federal Building in Greeneville, Tennessee on June 5, 1905. It includes lists of the committees that organized the ceremony and of the event's speakers (including Walter Brownlow, congressman and nephew of former governor William Brownlow, and Tennessee Governor John J. Cox). A small card bearing a schedule for the ceremony is also included.

Dates: 1905 June 5