Bartlett, R. H.Tennessee State Library and Archives1 item.Consists of a letter, dated May 18, 1908, by R.H. Bartlett, regarding the political battles between Malcolm R. Patterson and E.W. Carmack.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Blake, Charles Henry.Tennessee State Library and Archives25 p.Consists of copies of pages from a small book owned by Major Charles Henry Blake of Hickman, Kentucky containing the signatures, ranks, and addresses of approximately thirty Confederate officers from Tennessee who were prisoners of war at Johnson's Island in 1862. Major Blake was also a prisoner at Johnson's Island during that year.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Fitzhugh, J. A.Tennessee State Library and Archives3 items.Consists of the estate papers of J.A. Fitzhugh, deceased October 15, 1891, to be claimed by Irene Edmondson as beneficiary, and John F. Edmondson as executor.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Tennessee. General Assembly.Tennessee State Library and Archives2 items.Consists of two $1,000 bond certificates issued by the Tennessee General Assembly and signed by Governor John C. Brown.Contact InformationCatalog Record
White, Robert H. (Robert Hiram), 1883-1970.Tennessee State Library and Archives811 items +Consists of the papers of Robert H. White, Tennessee's first state historian, author, former faculty member of Middle Tennessee State College, past president of the Tennessee Historical Society, and past vice chairman of the Tennessee Historical Commission.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Tennessee. Chancery Court (Williamson County)Tennessee State Library and Archives36 items.Consists of receipts for advertising chancery sales of land to the Franklin review and the Press and Times Printing Company by W.E. Winstead, Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court at Franklin, Tenn.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ingram family.Tennessee State Library and Archives11 items.Consists of letters between Rufus A.W. Ingram, a Confederate soldier from Alabama, and his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Ingram. Two letters between Sarah and her brother, D.A. Murphree, are also included. Rufus Ingram writes from camp near Murfreesboro, Nashville, and Cheatham County, Tennessee. Other items include Rufus Ingram's medical discharge from the army and an 1830 land patent for George Nash, for lands in Alabama, signed by Andrew Jackson.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Burton, Marcellus Fenton.Tennessee State Library and Archives11 items.Photographs of building construction projects in which Marcellus Fenton Burton was involved. They include an unidentified building in Columbia, Tennessee and the Columbian Mutual Building and Sterick Building in Memphis, Tennessee.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Tennessee Registry of Election Finance.Tennessee State Library and Archives5 Microfilm reels ;Consists of documents filed by lobbyists as required by Tennessee Code Annotated 3-6-103. The registration forms include information such as name of lobbyist, name of client, business address, telephone number, subject matters on which the registrant will lobby, and a photograph of the registrant. A reporting form filed at the end of the annual meeting of the General Assembly includes disclosures of any contributions, gift, or business arrangements made to the legislative or executive branches of government. Also includes one folder of correspondence filed chronologically. The dates cover 1988-1990 and generally refer to delinquencies on the part of individuals submitting reports.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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