Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/n79060965
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Photograph of Camp Forrest, Tennessee, 1941
Dates: 1941 May 22
Overview Documents from the mid nineteenth century, including store and tax receipts, court orders, letters, property appraisals, etc., from Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi, mainly pertaining to West Alabama
Overview Contains one letterbook, which includes the autobiography of James Lockhart Goodloe, a Tennessee lawyer.
Overview Two typescript copies of an 1868 memoirs written by early Tuscaloosa resident of French ancestry, whose family were Natchez, Mississippi pioneers.
Abstract Collection consists of four photographs of Chickamauga Battlefield in Georgia and Missionary Ridge in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Overview This collection contains a diary and scrapbook kept by Ernestine Jones in 1951 when she went on a national tour as winner of the "Spirit of Cotton" competition held by the Memphis Cotton Makers' Jubilee, an annual African American festival in Memphis, Tennessee. It also contains four program books from the festival for the years 1951, 1952, 1954, and 1955.
Abstract A prospectus and preliminary circular for the Mobile Terminal and Railway Company, with the details of the company and bonds that would mature on 1 September 1935.
Dates: circa 1911
Overview Letters from family and friends, recipes, sheet music and handwritten compositions, including "Diary of a Private" - 1914 autobiography of __ Hubbard, private in the 6th Tennessee Cavalry during the U.S. Civil War.
Overview Sallie Hooper Morrow (1872-1927) was a member of a prominent family from Nashville, Tennessee. This collection contains one hundred and thirty letters she wrote from 1891-1895 to her future husband, Thomas Ludlow Chrystie, while he was in New York City training to be a lawyer.
Overview Contains the plans, letters, lists of supplies needed, and other personal notes of J.D. Sutter, a landscape contractor in Birmingham, Alabama, from the late 1920s through the 1950s.
Overview Letters from Roy Swindell and Sara Swindell to their family, who lived in Chattanooga, and later Nashville, Tennessee. The letters discuss missing home, traveling for work, and Bible verses. One letter is from Sara to their son James, an officer in the armed services during World War II.
Overview A collection of letters written by James White to his mother and father, describing the fortifications at Tullahoma, Tennessee; others from White's son Obadiah White to his mother, relating clothing needs and rumors of troop movements; and from Jesse A. Justice to his wife, relating camp news, the incidence of sickness, and rumors of movement.
Abstract This collection contains diaries, correspondence, and other materials related to four generations of this Tennessee/Alabama family.
Overview An incomplete typescript copy (18 pp.) of, "Memoirs of Brigadier General Marcus J. Wright, CSA."