Consists of papers related to John W. White's membership in the International Typographical Union and the Middle Tennessee District Exemption Board during World War I. Includes photographs, certificates, and a newspaper clipping.
Consists of a one page biographical sketch of the Barron family compiled by the donor, n.d.; also a copy of a four page letter from Confederate soldier W.I. Barron to his mother and father, June 31, 1865.
Consists of a letter from Kitty Cheatham to Tennessee governor Henry Horton informing him of the appearance of an article she wrote about Andrew Jackson in the Nashville tennessean, and her desire to address every educational center in Tennessee.
Consists of scrapbooks kept by Henrietta Hickman Morgan, daughter of Judge Edwin Litton Hickman of Nashville, Tennessee. Subjects include school life, social life, career at Vanderbilt University, literary pursuits, and career as a WAVE during World War II.
Tennessee. Comptroller of the Treasury. Office of Management Services.
Tennessee State Library and Archives
6 linear feet.
Records of the office of director Charles L. Harrison, consisting primarily of subject files and correspondence pertaining to the activities of the Office of Management Services. Includes contracts; minutes of Board of Standards meetings and State Building Commission meetings; reports, proposal and bidding information; and correspondence with bidders and departments. Correspondents include Gov. Lamar Alexander and Comptroller William Snodgrass. Topics of interest include the Medicaid Management Information System.
Consists of records arranged by counties beginning with Davidson, Knox, and Shelby. The counties are then arranged by Grand Division, East, Middle, and West, then alphabetically within the division. At the conclusion of the project the official copy of the survey was sent to Washington, D.C. and became part of the national survey, including any photographs submitted to the survey. This collection consists of the State Museum's copy and does not include all original photographs. Some surveys include photocopies of photographs that became part of the national survey. Some surveys contain extra copies of slides or photographs.
Consists of a cartoon, clippings, correspondence, genealogical data, photographs, a guest register, sketches and tributes centered around Jesse Maxwell Overton of Nashville, Tennessee, businessman, stock breeder, and civic leader, and his wife Saidee Williams Overton (1872-1963), civic and cultural leader.
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