University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.3 Linear feet 1 boxThe W.C. Daily Letters Collection includes letters written to the Reverend from various prominent figures in the Methodist Episcopal Church during the 19th century.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.5 Linear feet 1 boxThe World War II correspondence of PFC Thomas R. Jones, Sr. while serving in the U.S. Army from December 1943-December 1945. The letters from Jones are to his wife, Mary Mildred Jones, living in Cleveland, TN. The letters deal with day-to-day war-time activities as Private Jones goes through basic training, and after he is shipped to Europe in 1944.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga1.0 Linear feet 3 boxesSchool papers of William Green Hope (Billy Hope), while a student at the University of Chattanooga, 1932-1936. Papers reflect his course work in French, Spanish, History, and other humanities courses, taken under professors Edwin Lindsey, Maxwell Smith, Terrell Tatum, and Culver Smith. There is also some post UC material, including course work at the University of Wisconsin (1937-1938) and teaching material from the University of Chattanooga and Middle Georgia College (1939-1940).Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.5 Linear feetCorrespondence, directories, newsletters, minutes, and other business documenting the membership and activities of the Chattanooga Area Library Association (CALA) from 1970 until 1996.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga15.0 Linear feetDocuments, research material, and correspondence with notable archaeologists of the day related to Mr. Salem Hyde’s archaeological hobbies. Also included in the collection are many slides of South and Central American archaeological sites as well as a variety of artifacts from those regions.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.5 Linear feetCorrespondence to Dr. Craig Barrow (former UTC English professor) from author Gladys Swan (b. 1934). Also included are book reviews written by Dr. Barrow and a few bios of Ms. Swan.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga2.5 Linear feet 3 BoxesPrograms, marketing materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks documenting the history of the Chattanooga Civic Chorus. Materials date from the group's founding in 1930 to 1955.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.5 Linear feetThe Manker Collection is a collection of land grants from Alabama and Georgia, ranging in dates from the mid/late 1800s to early 1900s.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga1.5 Linear feet 2 boxesThe Irvine Grote collection is comprised of various items from Grote’s life. Irvine Grote was Chemistry Professor at the University of Chattanooga. The artifacts in this collection give a brief glimpse into Grote’s professional work as portrayed in his work notes and publications as well as his personal life as seen through photographs and travel mementos.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga1.5 Linear feetThe Chattanooga Area Historical Association Collection is comprised of materials collected by the Chattanooga Area Historical Association over a number of years. Items represent different aspects of Chattanooga history.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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