Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, insurance policies, teaching certificates, photos, and other materials, relating to farming, daily life in the county, education, travel, local politics, and Tinny, Ohio. Family members include Stephen (1799-1848) and Julia Scott (1797-1848) Tinney; son, Darwin Scott Tinney (1826-1893), his wife, Sarah Wiggins Tinney, and their children, Almeda Ann and Frank Jay (1853-1900) Tinney, and Eulalie Adelaide (Tinney) Aldrich (1857-1931) and her husband, George F. Aldrich (1857-1920); son, Edwin C. Tinney (1828-1900), and wife, Catherine (Wiggins) Tinney (1837-1900); and son, Jackson Tinney (1832-1891), and his son, Alfred W. Tinney (1864-1951)
The collection consists of photocopies of Barbara Tinney's 26 page manuscript account of her experiences hiking in the Green Mountains, primarily between 1977 and 1987. Some mention is also made of earlier hikes, including one in 1970 and one when Tinney was a teenager. Although it is unclear when the manuscript was written, many of the hikes described are identified by peak and date in a format similar to a diary entry. In the manuscript, Barbara Tinney describes both the different hikes she undertook and her perceptions of the beneficial physical and mental effects, which these hiking experiences had on her and her life
The Darin Tinney independent film collection (1997-2000) consists of one cassette containing five films completed by Tinney while studying film at the University of Utah. Tinney is an active Salt Lake City filmmaker who has worked for local television stations and charity organizations in addition to pursuing his independent film career. This collection is part of the Utah Independent Film Archive (UIFA).