Voyages and travels.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Railroad itinerary dated June 17, 1907, for C. J. Bartlett from Thomas Cook and Son, Managers of Tours and Excursions.
The George P. Palo Papers, circa 1860s-1990s (bulk 1920s-1990s), contains the personal and professional papers of George P. Palo, former Chief Engineer of TVA, and his wife Annie G. Palo. The collection consists of articles, biographical documents, correspondence, school papers from M. I. T., photographs, and travel material from Europe, USA, Russia, China, etc. The bulk of the collection spans George's career with TVA and his experiences with civil engineering.
This collection contains correspondence, family history papers, photographs, travel materials, and other items documenting the life and work of George P. Palo and his wife, Annie G. Palo. Much of the material shows George Palo's work with the TVA.
Personal sketchbook of British-born artist Herbert Francis Williams-Lyouns with illustrated spirtual and biblical scenes in pen and pencil inspired by his travels to Palestine, Jerusalem, and Egypt in 1922.
One handwritten letter dated May 8, 1822 from Thomas Appleton in Springfield, Tennessee to James B. Williams in Bean Station, Tennessee. Appleton discusses his travels from Clarksville, Tennessee to Baton Rouge, Louisiana and back.
This journal describes a cruise of the USS Natchez upon which David G. Farragut was an officer. It also briefly details Farragut's command of the USS Boxer. Midshipman Roberts Poinsett Lovell kept the journal from 1833-1835.