Beazley, John Andrew, 1918-1990.Tennessee State Library and Archives62 items.Consists of clippings, legal documents, newspapers, photographs, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous items centered around John Andrew Beazley, major league baseball pitcher, businessman and civic leader of Nashville, Tenn.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Walker family.Tennessee State Library and Archives33 items.Consists chiefly of correspondence of the Walker family of Knox County, Tennessee, most of it from the Civil War period. Includes letters from Richard E. Walker to his wife, Caroline, from camps in Tennessee and Georgia. There are also letters between Richard Walker and his brothers, George and Thomas, and sister, Sarah. Richard Walker served in the 6th Tennessee Infantry, USA. Also included are two pages of family history notes and a clipping concerning Caroline Walker's death.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Tennessee.Tennessee State Library and Archives2 items.Consists of two land grants issued by the state of Tennessee for land in Williamson County. The grantees are Thomas Powell, assignee of the heirs of Lewis Gutheredge (1825), and Mary Barnes (1840).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Brookside Baptist Church (Nashville, Tenn.)Tennessee State Library and Archives510 cards (166 p.)Membership cards for Brookside Baptist Church, which disbanded in December 1981.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Courtney, William Wirt, 1889-1961.Tennessee State Library and Archivesca. 490 items.Primarily correspondence relating to Courtney's law practice in Franklin, Tennessee and his involvement in Tennessee politics. Also included is personal correspondence, law lists, and an undated slave marriage certificate.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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