University of Tennessee at Chattanooga4.0 Linear feetThe majority of this collection involves Kay Baker Gaston's research of Chattanooga writer and artist Emma Bell Miles (1879-1919). Included is correspondence with Miles’ daughter, Jean Miles Catino (1903-2000), documents concerning Chattanooga writers Grace McGowan Cooke and Alice McGowan, and drafts of her biography of Emma Bell Miles.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga35.0 Linear feetThe Barry Moser Collection consists of books, prints, watercolors, drawings and sketches, woodblocks, steel plates, calendars, and other materials produced by UTC alumnus, Barry Moser.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.5 Linear feet 1 boxCorrespondence and other documents relating to the Hixson Family and their time in Chattanooga during Dr. Fred Hixson's Presidency at the University of Chattanooga.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga8.0 Linear feet 10 boxesPapers, manuscripts, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and memorabilia of Dr. David Lockmiller, president of the University of Chattanooga from 1942 until 1959. Among letters, addresses, and honors, this collection includes a letter to the UC Class of 2049 and a scrapbook documenting the university’s 70th anniversary celebration.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.3 Linear feet 1 boxThis collection contains 45 handwritten and typescript letters written to the Govans by various prominent Southern American writers. The letters were written roughly from the 1930's to the 1970's.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga0.5 Linear feetThe Charles S. Harris Collection consists of transcriptions and photocopies of three Civil War diaries written by Union soldiers.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga1.0 Linear feet 2 boxesPapers and newspaper clippings collected by Dr. James Livingood during his tenure as professor and dean at the University of Chattanooga/UTC. Includes research materials related to institutional history, especially the UC/UT merger. Materials date primarily from the 1960's and 1970's.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga10.0 Linear feet 17 boxesPersonal papers, photos, music, and related documents from Isa McIlwraith and Arthur Plettner (husband and wife), professors of music at the University of Chattanooga and UTC. Includes concert programs, sheet music, photographs, taped recordings and class notes.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga18.0 Linear feet 38 boxesPapers, manuscripts, and research material and notes of Dr. Culver Smith (1896-1979), history professor at the University of Chattanooga from 1932-1966. Includes notes, manuscripts and drafts of his book, Press, Politics and Patronage (University of Georgia Press, 1977).Contact InformationFinding Aid
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