Register of the James B. Frazier, Jr. Papers
MS 046


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Summary Information

Repository
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections
Creator
Frazier, James B., Jr., 1890-1978
Title
James B. Frazier, Jr. Papers
ID
MS 046
Date [inclusive]
1890-1978
Extent
25.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract
The James B. Frazier, Jr. Papers consist of Mr. Frazier’s personal papers while both in and out of public office. Mr. Frazier was an attorney, a U.S. Attorney, and a Congressman from the state of Tennessee (Democrat-1948-1962).

Preferred Citation note

The James B. Frazier, Jr. Papers, MS 046, Lupton Library Special Collections, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

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Biographical/Historical note

James Beriah Frazier, Jr.(1890-1978) was a prominent figure in Tennessee politics, and was from a family that had a tradition in public service, politics and local affairs. The son of a former two-term Tennessee governor and state senator, James B. Frazier, Jr. entered public life in 1933 as a U.S. Attorney for East Tennessee. He held this position until 1948, when he was elected to Congress, as a congressman of the Third Congressional District of Tennessee. He campaigned on his support of conservation, TVA and the Marshall Plan. He won the position vacated by Estes Kefauver, who was elected to the U.S. Senate that same year. Representative Frazier served in Congress until 1962, when he was defeated by Wilkes T. Thrasher, Jr. By that time Representative Frazier had served seven terms. As a Congressman, Representative Frazier rose in House hierarchy and was eventually named to the House Ways and Means Committee.

James B. Frazier, Jr. attended Chattanooga schools, including the Baylor School, and received his collegiate degree from the University of Virginia. In 1914 he received his law degree from the Chattanooga College of Law and, after being admitted to the bar, began practicing in a partnership with his father, James B. Frazier, Sr. In 1917 James B. Frazier, Jr. volunteered for service in the U.S. Army and was commissioned a second lieutenant in field artillery after training at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. During WW I he rose to the rank of Major. After the war, he returned to Chattanooga and resumed his legal practice. In 1933 he was appointed U.S. District Attorney for East Tennessee, and was reappointed in 1934, 1938, 1942, and 1946. He married Elizabeth Hope in 1939 and had one daughter, Elizabeth Hope Frazier. Representative Frazier was a member of Tennessee and American Bar Associations, S.A.E. Fraternity, and the American Legion.

Upon retiring in 1962 Representative Frazier lived in Chattanooga and died in 1978.

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Scope and Contents note

The James B. Frazier, Jr. Papers consist of 25 linear feet of Mr. Frazier’s personal papers while both in and out of public office. Mr. Frazier was an attorney, a U.S. Attorney, and a Congressman from the state of Tennessee (Democrat-1948-1962). The collection includes his personal and political correspondence, his financial records, political documents such as speech transcripts, documents, voting records, and bills. There is also additional Frazier family material, including genealogical records, and some documents and correspondence of his father, James B. Frazier, Sr., the former governor of Tennessee.

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Arrangement note

Series 1: Personal Material

Series 2: Attorney- and US Attorney- related Material

Series 3: Political Material

Subseries 3.1: Bills

Subseries 3.2: Expenditure Reports

Subseries 3.3: County Records

Subseries 3.4: Speeches

Subseries 3.5: Congressional Material

Subseries 3.6: General Political Material

Series 4: Correspondence

Subseries 4.1: Personal

Subseries 4.2: Attorney/US Attorney Related

Subseries 4.3: Constituent

Subseries 4.4: Political

Series 5: Photographs

Series 6: Newspapers & Clippings

Series 7: Publications

Subseries 7.1: Government Publications

Subseries 7.2: Other Publications

Series 8: James B. Frazier, Sr. and Frazier Family Documents

Subseries 8.1: James B. Frazier, Sr.

Subseries 8.2: Frazier Family Documents

Series 9: Scrapbooks

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Special Collections January 2007

615 McCallie Avenue
Chattanooga, TN, 37403
423.425.2186
archives@utc.edu

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research. Patrons must read and sign the "Rules for Use" form available in the Special Collections. Please contact the Special Collections of Lupton Library to use this collection.

Publication Rights

The copyright interests in the James B. Frazier, Jr. Papers have not been transferred to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. For further information, see the section on copyright and publishing on the web site for the Special Collections, under "Policies".

Processing Information note

Collection arranged and described by Steve Cox (2007) and Chapel Cowden (2011).

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Tennessee Valley Authority.

Personal Name(s)

  • Frazier, James B., Sr.

Subject(s)

  • Members of Congress (House)

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Personal Material 

Box

Personal Expenses 1908-1909 

1

Income Tax and Personal Finance 1911-1934 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- 1933-1942 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Tax Receipts 1936-1938 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Tax Receipts- State and City Tax 1939-1944 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Paving & Unpaid Taxes 1942-1943 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Receipts for Lot 12, Block 19 1943-1944 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1944 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1945 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1946 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1947 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Tax Receipts 1947-1952 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Tax Receipts 1948-1951 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1950 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1951 

1

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1952 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1953 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1954 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1955 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance- State and County Taxes 1955 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1956 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1957 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance- State, County, and City Taxes 1957 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1958 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance- Sale of Vine Street Property 1958 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1959 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1960 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1961 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1962 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1964 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1965 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1969 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1970 

2

Income Tax & Personal Finance Estimated Income Tax 1971 

3

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1972 (1) 

3

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1972 (2) 

3

Income Tax & Personal Finance Medical Bills 1972 

3

Income Tax & Personal Finance 1973 

3

Stocks & Bonds Certificates 1909-1930 

3

Retirement Material 

3

Insurance 

4

Veterans Bureau; Hamilton National Bank; Board of Highway Commissioners 

4

Miscellaneous Bills & Receipts (1) 

4

Miscellaneous Bills & Receipts (2) 

4

Miscellaneous Bills &Receipts (3) 

4

Personal Notes (3 folders) 

4

2 Ledgers 

5

Glenwood Property Abstract 

5

McCampbell Estate 1968-1969 

5

Miscellaneous Real Estate 

5

Miscellaneous 

5

Miscellaneous 

5

Guest Book 1949-1952 

6

Guest Book 1952-1961 

6

Guest Book 1961-1962 

6

Guest Book N.D. 

6

Engagement Book N.D. 

6

Engagement Book 1957 

6

Metal Address Register 

6

James B. Frazier Biography 

6

Army Discharge 

6

Frazier For Governor N.D. 

6

Awards 

6

Bank Account Ledgers 1913-1936 

7

Ephemera (1) 

7

Ephemera (2) 

7

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Series 2: Attorney--and US Attroney-- related material 

Box
8
Box

Wills 

8

Annual Financial Report- State of Tennessee 1944 

8

Miscellaneous Court Cases 

8

US Attorney- Frank Cox Trial- Newspaper Clippings 1941 

8

Watkins Family Papers 1880-1926 

8

Miscellaneous (2 folders) 

8

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Series 3: Political Material 

Box
9

Subseries 3.1: Bills 

Box
9
Box

Complete List 

9

Numerical Listing from 1948-1962 

9

1949 

9

1950 

9

1951 

9

1952 

9

1952 Request for Introduction of Bill 

9

1953 (1) 

9

1953 (2) 

9

1953-1955 55-c Schools Correspondence 

10

1954-1956 Mrs. Otto T. (Eliza) Ault, H.R. 4124 

10

1955-1956 

10

1956-1957 Evelyn J. Norris, H.R. 3290 

10

1957 

10

1957-1958 

10

1959 

10

1959 Laminated Tires Bill, H.R. 6785 

10

1959 Alexandra Nicholas Karageorgeou 

10

1959 Bills Correspondence 

10

1961 Washington Office Bill to be Prepared, Tellico Plains, H.R. 4821 

10

1961-1962 

10

1961-1962 Bills Correspondence 

10

1949 

11

1950 

11

1951 

11

1952 

11

1953 

11

Miscellaneous Bills 

11

Subseries 3.2: Expenditure Reports 

Box
12
Box

Expenditure Reports- Campaign 1948 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1950 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1952-1958 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1954 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1956 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1958 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1960-1962 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1960 

12

Expenditure Reports- Campaign- 1962 

12

Travel Expenses 1961-1962 

12

Miscellaneous Expenditure Reports 

12

Subseries 3.3: County Records 

Box
13
Box

Primary Records 1956 

13

Recipients and Public Assistance Payments 1959 

13

Democratic Primary Boards 1952, 1954, 1956-1957 

13

Notebook- County Officers, Petition Signers, Contacts 

13

Subseries 3.4: Speeches 

Box
14
Box

1937 (1) 

14

1937 (2) 

14

1938 

14

Speeches and Radio Addresses 1948 

14

1949-1962 

14

1949 

14

1950 

14

Armory Dedication, South Pittsburg 1950 

14

Campaign, Radio Addresses 1950-1959 

14

Speeches and Remarks 1950-1962 

15

1951 

15

TVA 1954 (1) 

15

TVA 1954 (2) 

15

TVA Bond Issue 1954 

15

TVA Bond Issue 1955 

15

Civil Rights H.R. 6127 1956 (1) 

15

Civil Rights H.R. 6127 1956 (2) 

15

Civil Rights 1956 

15

Veterans, Farmer Programs, Civic Clubs 1956-1957 

15

Rotary Club, South Pittsburg 1957 

15

Rotary Club 1958 

16

Kiwanis Club, Copper Hill 1958 

16

TVA Self Financing Bill 1959 

16

Candidacy, Misc. n.d. 

16

Expenditure Control n.d. 

16

Miscellaneous Speeches n.d. (2 Folders) 

16

Subseries 3.5: Congresional Material 

Box
17
Box

Election to Congress 1948 

17

83rd Congress 1951 

17

84th Congress 1955 

17

85th Congress 1957-1958 

17

87Th Congress 1961 

17

Former Members of Congress 1970-1971 

17

Subseries 3.6: General Political Material 

Box
18
Box

Research- Research Division: National Democratic Committee 1953-1954 

18

Research- Research Division: National Democratic Committee – Speech Sections 1953-1954 

18

Research- Research Division: National Democratic Committee 1955-1956 

18

Research- Tellico Dam Controversy 1965 

18

House, Ways and Means 1959-1963 

18

U.S. House of Representatives Salary Tables 1954-1960 

18

Miscellaneous- Social Security Legislation 

18

TVA 1953 

18

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association 1954 

18

Budget 1961-1962 

18

Rules and Regulations- Expenses Paid From Contingent Fund 1961 

18

Campaign Material- John C. Hammer 1948 

18

Lists of Contributors to Campaign Funds 1960 

18

Miscellaneous- Guest Lists N.D. 

18

Voting Records- Election Returns 1950, 1952, 1954, 1956 

19

Voting Records- Election Returns 1956-1959 

19

Civil Rights/Race Issues N.D. 

19

Miscellaneous- Seventh Session of the Council of the Intergovernmental Committee for European Immigration 1957 

19

Miscellaneous- Clerk-Hire Salaries 1948-1959 

19

Miscellaneous- Sergeant-At-Arms N.D. 

19

Miscellaneous- Hamilton County Democratic Committee 

19

Miscellaneous- Travel Itinerary 1955 

19

Voting Records- 87th Congress 1961-1962 

19

TVA- Tellico Dam Project N.D. 

19

Miscellaneous- Contributions Offered and Declined 1958 

19

Civil Rights Material 

19

Democratic Digest 1954 

19

Inter-Parliamentary Union 1961 

20

Primary Boards- Tennessee 1962 

20

Speeches and Remarks by Others 

20

Miscellaneous- Political 

20

Miscellaneous- Political 

20

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Series 4: Correspondence 

Box
21

Subseries 4.1: Personal 

Box
21
Box

“A” 1948-1960 

21

“B” 1948-1962 

21

“C” 1943-1962 

21

“D” 1948-1962 

21

“E” 1948-1962 

21

“F” 1948-1958 

21

“F” 1958-1962 

21

“G” 1948-1961 

21

"H" 1948-1962 

22

“I” 1948-1961 

22

“J” 1948-1962 

22

“K” 1948-1962 

22

“L” 1949-1962 

22

“M” 1948-1962 

22

“Mc” 1948-1962 (includes Eugene McCarthy telegram) 

22

“N” 1948-1962 

22

“O” 1948-1960 

22

“P” 1948-1962 

22

“Q” 1948-1950 

22

“R” 1948-1962 (includes Sam Rayburn letter) 

22

“S” 1948-1962 

23

“T” 1948-1961 

23

“U” 1952-1958 

23

“V” 1949-1958 

23

“W” 1948-1962 

23

“X,Y,Z” 1949-1961 

23

American National Bank 1953-1961 

23

Get Well Cards 1962 

23

Get Well Letters 1962 

23

Get Well Letters and Cards 1962 

23

Mrs. R.N. Somerville (Sister of Frazier) 1938-1947 

24

Invitations & Letters 1940-1963 (including White House functions) 

24

Reappointment as U.S. Attorney 1942 (includes J. Edgar Hoover letter) 

24

Frazier for Governor 1943-1944 

24

T.A. Frazier 1943-1944 (brother of Frazier) 

24

T.A. Frazier 1949-1959 

24

Appreciation Letters 1948-1949 

24

Personal- Freemason 1949-1950 

24

Newspapers 1949-1950 

24

William W. Hunt, Jr. 1951-1961 

24

Chattanooga Federal Savings and Loan 1953-1963 

24

E. Cecil Phillips Agency 1953 

24

Tennessee Delegation 1954 

24

Mary Hunter 1955-1961 

24

Birthday Greetings 1957-1959 

24

Alec P. Frazier 1959-1960 

25

Malowan and Walker 1961 

25

Carter Family 1965-1967 

25

William Tuck 1967-1972 

25

Congratulations 1950, 1958 

25

Campaign Contribution Appreciation 1952 

25

Campaign Contribution Appreciation 1960 (1) 

25

Campaign Contribution Appreciation 1960 (2) 

25

Campaign Contribution Appreciation 1962 

26

Campaign Thank You Letters 1962 

26

Election Loss 1962 

26

Miscellaneous 1914-1922 

26

Miscellaneous 1923-1930 

26

Miscellaneous 1931-1933 

26

Miscellaneous 1934-1939 

26

Miscellaneous 1940-1943 

26

Miscellaneous 1944-1945 

26

Miscellaneous 1946-1947 

26

Miscellaneous 1948-1949 

26

Miscellaneous 1950-1953 

27

Miscellaneous 1954-1956 

27

Miscellaneous 1957-1959 

27

Miscellaneous 1960 

27

Miscellaneous 1961 

27

Miscellaneous 1962-1969 

27

Miscellaneous 1972-1973 

27

Miscellaneous No Date 

27

Subseries 4.2: Attorney/US Attorney Related 

Box
28
Box

Attorney 1919-1927 

28

Attorney 1930-1937 

28

U.S. Attorney- Tennessee Copper Co./Polk County Mine 1928-1948 

28

U.S. Attorney- Tennessee Copper Co./Polk County Mine 1943-1948 

28

Berlina Cox- Mamie Cox, Guardian 1932-1937 

28

Prentice Cooper (Former Governor of TN) 1938-1946 

28

Applicants for Assistant U.S. Attorney General 1938-1945 

28

Senator Tom Stewart 1938-1946 

28

Tom C. Clark 1943-1946 

28

Kenneth McKellar 1936-1946 

28

Kenneth McKellar 1946-1947 

28

U.S. Attorney- Miscellaneous 1933-1939 

28

U.S. Attorney- Miscellaneous 1934-1942 

28

U.S. Attorney- Miscellaneous 1942 

28

U.S. Attorney- Miscellaneous 1942-1952 

28

U.S. Attorney- Miscellaneous 1948 

28

Subseries 4.3: Constituent 

Box
29
Box

Athens P.O. 1950-1962 

29

Chattanooga P.O. 1959-1961 

29

Chattanooga P.O. 1961-1962 

29

Cleveland P.O. 1949-1952 

29

Cleveland P.O. 1953-1962 

29

Coalmont P.O. 1955-1956 

29

Consauga P.O. 1961-1962 

29

Copper Hill P.O. 1950-1962 

29

Dayton P.O. 1949-1962 

29

East Ridge P.O. 1953-1954 

30

Englewood P.O. 1948-1958 

30

Englewood P.O. 1959-1962 

30

Etowah P.O. 1961 

30

Harrison P.O. 1957-1962 

30

Jasper P.O. 1949-1962 

30

Madisonville P.O. 1949-1962 

30

Monteagle P.O. 1961 

30

Monteagle P.O. 1961-1962 

30

Niota P.O. 1949-1961 

31

Ocoee P.O. 1949-1962 

31

Old Fort P.O. 1949-1961 

31

Ooltewah P.O. 1950-1961 

31

Orme P.O. 1949, 1962 

31

Palmer P.O. 1951-1962 

31

Pikeville P.O. 1949-1957 

31

Pikeville P.O. 1958-1961 

31

Quebeck P.O. 1952-1961 

31

Ravenscroft P.O. 1950-1951 

31

Rhea County-Dayton P.O. 1961 

31

Riceville P.O. 1956-1961 

32

Riceville P.O. 1962 

32

Richard City P.O. 1950-1962 

32

Richard City P.O. 1961-1962 

32

Sequatchie P.O. 1949-1953 

32

Soddy P.O. 1949-1962 

32

South Pittsburg P.O. 1949-1961 

32

South Pittsburg P.O. 1961-1962 

32

Spring City P.O. 1949-1959 

33

Spring City P.O. 1960-1962 

33

Sweetwater P.O. 1949-1962 

33

Tellico Plains P.O. 1949-1957 

33

Ten Mile P.O. 1950-1959 

33

Ten Mile P.O. 1961-1962 

33

Turtletown P.O. 1949-1962 

33

Vonore P.O. 1950-1962 

33

Whitwell P.O. 1949-1958 

33

Bledsoe County 1948-1949 

34

Bradley County 1948-1949 

34

Grundy County 1948-1949 

34

Hamilton County 1948 

34

Hamilton County 1948-1949 

34

Hamilton County Appreciation Letters 1960 

34

Hamilton County Letters of Support 1960 

34

McMinn County 1948-1949 

34

Marion County 1948-1949 

34

Meigs County 1948-1949 

34

Monroe County 1948-1949 

34

Polk County 1948-1949 

34

Rhea County 1948-1949 

34

Sequatchie County 1948-1949 

34

Lucille Webb- Request for Legislation 1958-1959 

34

Subseries 4.4: Political 

Box
35
Box

Federal Appointment- John P. Fort 1950-1952 

35

Bureau of Employees Compensation 1950-1955 

35

Chattanooga P.O. 1951 

35

Remarks on Judgeship Bill 1952 

35

Clerk of the House of Representatives Certificate of Election 84th Congress 1955 

35

Transfer Marion County Winchester Division 1955-1956 

35

Geneva Conference 1955-1961 

35

Judiciary- Chattanooga Judgeship 1956-1962 

35

Tennessee Judgeship Bills 1957 

35

John F. Kennedy Letter 1958 

35

Lena Anderson Appointment 1958 

35

Resignation Letter from the Judiciary Committee of the House 1958 

35

Committee on Committees- Ways and Means 1958-1960 

35

Ed Abernathy 1960-1963 

35

Committee on Committees 1961 

35

Ways and Means Committee Appointment 1962 

35

Primary Boards 1962 

35

Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway 1962 

35

Bledsoe County 1950 

35

Bledsoe County 1951-1952 

35

Bledsoe County 1954-1956 

35

Bledsoe County 1959-1960 

35

Bledsoe County 1961-1962 

35

Bradley County 1950 

36

Bradley County 1951-1952 

36

Bradley County 1954-1956 

36

Bradley County 1957-1958 

36

Bradley County 1959-1960 

36

Bradley County 1961-1962 

36

Grundy County 1950 

36

Grundy County 1951-1952 

36

Grundy County 1954-1956 

36

Grundy County 1957-1958 

36

Grundy County 1959-1960 

36

Grundy County 1961-1962 

36

Hamilton County 1950 

36

Hamilton County 1951-1952 

36

Hamilton County 1954-1956 

36

Hamilton County 1956-1958 

36

Hamilton County 1960-1962 

36

McMinn County 1950 

37

McMinn County 1951-1952 

37

McMinn County 1954-1956 

37

McMinn County 1957-1958 

37

McMinn County 1959-1960 

37

McMinn County 1961-1962 

37

Marion County 1950 

37

Marion County 1951-1953 (?) 

37

Marion County 1954-1956 

37

Marion County 1957-1958 

37

Marion County 1959-1960 

37

Marion County 1961-1962 

37

Meigs County 1949-1952 

37

Meigs County 1954-1956 

37

Meigs County 1957-1958 

37

Meigs County 1959-1960 

37

Meigs County 1961-1962 

37

Monroe County 1950 

37

Monroe County 1954-1956 

37

Monroe County 1957-1958 

37

Monroe County 1959-1960 

37

Polk County 1950-1953 

38

Polk County 1954-1955 

38

Polk County 1957-1958 

38

Polk County 1959-1960 

38

Polk County 1962 

38

Rhea County 1950 

38

Rhea County 1951-1953 

38

Rhea County 1954-1956 

38

Rhea County 1957-1958 

38

Rhea County 1959-1960 

38

Rhea County 1962 

38

Sequatchie County 1950 

38

Sequatchie County 1951-1953 

38

Sequatchie County 1954 

38

Sequatchie County 1957-1960 

38

Van Buren County 1948-1952 

38

Warren County 1948-1949 

38

Warren County 1950-1952 

38

White County 1948-1952 

38

Miscellaneous 1944-1962 

38

Post Office- Miscellaneous 1961-1963 

38

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Series 5: Photographs 

Box
39
Box

Young Frazier Prints 

39

Frazier at Desk with 2 men 

39

Frazier advising a young man 

39

Frazier at a wedding 

39

Frazier in an office 

39

Frazier as an old man with old men 

39

Harry S. Truman print 

39

A grave 

39

Frazier and youth at a gathering 

39

Fort Loudon 

39

Young Photo of Frazier 

39

Frazier's house 

39

Frazier signing a paper 

39

Frazier at a Democratic dinner 

39

J.B. Frazier with Albert Fisher 

39

Estes Kefauver's son presenting J.B. Frazier with a Boy Scout medal 

39

J.B. Frazier proofs 

39

WWII James B. Frazier Photo 

39

2nd Lieutenant Hugh W. Smith receiving an award 

39

Frazier with 4-H delegate in Washington 

39

USS Kitty Hawk 

39

Picnic- Bracciano 

39

J.B. Frazier, G.A. Shufford, G.W. Andrews in Germany with Lt. General William Tunner 

39

Frazier with Mrs. Frazier and 3 other people 

39

Frazier with large group 

39

Old J.B. Frazier 

39

Young J.B. Frazier 

39

J.B. Frazier with Harry White 

39

James B. Frazier Jr. 

39

Frazier at undetermined political function (2 photos) 

39

Frazier with man & woman 

39

Ellington, Frazier, and group at Ashland Farm 

39

Frazier, Kefauver, and 4-H delegate 

39

Frazier at a dinner 

39

Frazier in Brussels 

39

Frazier with small group 

39

Mannie 

39

House Un-American Activities Committee 

39

Frazier and Kefauver 

39

Congressmen of Tennessee 

39

Gerald Ford at dinner 

39

Senator Sparkmon (Ala.) at dedication ceremony 

39

Frazier for American ships 

39

Union Representatives 

39

Rep. Frazier and Gov. Frank Clement 

39

James Farley 

39

County Schools visiting Washington 

39

Elizabeth Frazier 

39

Frazier at 302 Old House office Bldg. 

39

Frazier in a group 

39

Capital; Washington D.C. Representatives 

39

Charlie Bartlett and J.B. Frazier 

39

Senator James B. Frazier, Sr. 

39

Frazier at desk 

39

James B. Frazier on a boat with police officers 

39

Passport photos 

39

Newspaper Plates: James B. Frazier 

39

Merry Christmas from Harrisons 

40

Constitution Hall, Washington D.C., D.A.R. 

40

Moderately Young J.B. Frazier 

40

Young James B. Frazier in cardboard “frame” 

40

Frazier being given 4-H plaque by 4-H delegate Nellie McLure in Washington 

40

James B. Frazier 

40

James B. Frazier photographs (numerous) 

40

Small Frazier Photos 

40

Kefauver Buys Symphony Tickets 

40

6 Military Photographs 

41

Portrait of J.B. Frazier 

42

11x14 Proof of Older J.B. Frazier, Jr. 

42

John Bachman Hyde 

42

Certificate: 1954 Honor Roll, The Government Employees Council of the American Federation of Labor 

42

Swearing in Ceremony 85th Congress (and accompanying letter) 

42

Inscribed Photograph of Joseph B. Keenan (1938) 

42

Inscribed Photograph of (illegible) 

42

Bachelor of Law Diploma (Chattanooga College of Law) 

42

Franklin D. Roosevelt 

42

United States Naval Academy 

42

Appointment to Colonel, Aide de Camp, Governor’s Staff 

42

Inscribed photo of Robert St. Jackson 

42

Inscribed photo of Buford Ellington 

42

Inscribed Photo of Tom (illegible) 

42

Inscribed photo of Homer (illegible) 

42

Reprint of painting of Harry S. Truman 

42

Certificate of attaining Congressional election (1957) 

42

Certificate of attaining Congressional election (1959) 

42

Certificate of attaining Congressional election (1961) 

42

Certificate from American Legion to Frazier in commemoration of appointment to U.S. District Attorney 

42

House Judiciary Committee (1954) 

42

Re-elect Frazier to Congress posters 

42

Photo United States Attorneys’ Conference (1946) 

42

Photo of the Annual United Attorneys’ Conference (1947) 

42

Order of the North Star certificate with cover-letter 

42

Protecting America’s Heritage of Freedom: The Declaration of Independence 

42

Re-elect Frazier to Congress banner 

42

Reproductions of the “4 Documents of Freedom” and letter 

42
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Photo of Committee on Ways & Means- House of Representatives Aug. 30, 1961 

Loose on Shelf B-4

Congressional Club Annual Breakfast- In honor of Mrs. Kennedy May 18, 1961 

Loose on Shelf B-4

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Series 6: Newspapers & Clippings 

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Chattanooga Daily Times November 25, 1963 "Procession For..." 

50

Newspaper clippings 

43

Newspaper clippings 

44

Newspaper clippings 

45

Newspaper clippings 

46

Newspaper clippings 

47

Newspaper clippings 

48

The Washington Post January 20, 1957 “Why they like Ike” 

49 (oversized)

The Evening Star January 21, 1957 

49

The Washington Post January 22, 1957 “Pictorial Section” 

49

The Sunday Star June 16, 1957 “Today in Society” 

49

The Washington Post June 16, 1957 “For and About Women” 

49

The Nashville Tennessean October 21, 1958 “Dulles Reaches Flaring East” 

49

The Washington Post January 16, 1961 “For and about Women” 

49

The Washington Post, January 20, 1961 “Snow Cripples Inaugural City” 

49

The Washington Post, January 21, 1961 “Kennedy Takes Oath as President...” 

49

The Washington Post May 31 1961 “For and about Women” 

49

Chattanooga Daily Times, July 27, 1962 

49

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 2, 1962 “Balloting Here ‘Very Heavy’” 

49

Chattanooga News Free Press August 3, 1962 Thrasher Triumphs over Frazier 

49

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 4, 1962 “Pressure on Katanga Agreed” (3 copies); “Frazier Loss Elates JFK Medical Group” 

49

Chattanooga Daily Times, August 7, 1962 multiple front page headlines 

49

Chattanooga News-Free Press, August 8, 1962 “Economy Steady, Tax Cut Dims” 

49

The Chattanooga Daily Times August 9, 1962 “Frazier is Silent on Defeat, Talks With Supporters” 

49

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 10, 1962 “Rep. Loser Leads by 9 Votes” 

49

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 11, 1962 “Soviets Orbit Third Spaceman” (also- “Frazier Concedes Defeat by Thrasher”) 

49

Chattanooga Daily Times August 13, 1962 “Russia Sends up Second Spaceman” 

49

The Evening Star November 7, 1962 “Election Bolsters Kennedy; Nixon Losing, Won’t Concede” 

49

Chattanooga News-Free Press, November 21, 1962 “U.S. Pushes Cuba Inspection” 

49

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 10, 1963 “Sen. Estes Kefauver Dies” 

49

The Washington Post September 2, 1963 

49

Chattanooga News-Free Press November 22, 1963 “Kennedy Murdered by Assassin in Texas” 

49

Chattanooga Daily Times November 23, 1963 

49

Chattanooga News-Free Press November 23, 1963 “Wife Saw Oswald with Gun” 

49

New York Times November 23-26, 1963 Compilation of Articles on Kennedy Assassination 

49

The New York Times November 23, 1963 “Kennedy is Killed by Sniper as He Rides in Car in Dallas” 

49

The Washington Post November 23, 1963 President Kennedy Shot Dead;...” 

49

Chattanooga Sunday Times November 24, 1963 

49

The Washington Post November 24, 1963 “Nation’s Great File Past Kennedy Bier…” 

50 (oversized)

The Washington Post November 24, 1963 “Outlook” 

50

The Evening Star November 25, 1963 “Nation mourns as Kennedy...” 

50

Chattanooga News-Free Press November 25, 1963 “World Leaders Attend Rites” 

50

The Washington Post November 25, 1963 "300,000 Join in Tributes to Kennedy" 

50

Chattanooga Daily Times November 26, 1963 “Kennedy Laid to Rest in Arlington” 

50

The Washington Post November 26, 1963 “For and about Women” 

50

The Washington Post August 9, 1974 “Nixon Resigns” 

50

The Washington Post “The Nixon Years” 

50

The Chattanooga News-Free Press Inaugural Edition 1977 

50

Chattanooga Times fragment November 22, 1962 

50

Chattanooga New Free Press fragment August 3, 1962 

50

Chattanooga Times fragment November 20, 1962 

50

Evening Star fragment January 7, 1954 

50

New York Times November 23, 1963 Section L 

50

The World December 6, 1892 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times June 20, 1889 

51

The Jackson Daily News August 3, 1930 “Private John Allen Revered as Wittiest Statesman” 

51

The Chattanooga News December 10, 1936 “Edward Gives up throne...” 

51

Chattanooga Daily Times December 10, 1936 “King’s Abdication is Awaited” 

51

Chattanooga Daily Times December 11, 1936 “King Abdicates; York to Rule” 

51

Chattanooga Daily Times December 12, 1936 “Edward, Exile, Sails away from...” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times March 29, 1937 “Frazier Dead At Home After Heart Attack” (3 copies) 

51

The Chattanooga News March 29, 1937 “Browning to Revamp Parole System” (James Frazier, Statesman, Dies at Home Sunday) (7 copies) 

51

The Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle March 29, 1937 “Supreme Court Upholds Provisions of Railway Labor Act” 

51

The Nashville Banner March 30, 1937 Frazier Obituary, Page 6 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times March 31, 1937 Frazier Obituary, Pg. 7 (2 copies) 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times April 24, 1937 “Nathan L. Bachman Dies at Hotel in Washington” 

51

The Hamilton County Herald June 4, 1937 

51

The Chattanooga News December 31, 1937 “Rescued Yachtsmen Tell Weird Tale” 

51

The Chattanooga News January 12, 1938 “Lovelorn Woman Leaps to Death from Bridge” and “Frazier Blames Fred Gill for Downfall of Young Bank Clerks” (2 copies) 

51

Chattanooga Daily Times September 19, 1938 “British, French in Agreemeny” 

51

The Chattanooga Free Press July 11, 1939 “Rep. Sam M’Reynolds Dies” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times July 12, 1939 “Sam M’Reynolds Dies in Capital” 

51

The New York Times September 3, 1939 “Britain and France in War at 6 A.M.” 

51

The Chattanooga Sunday Times December 7, 1941 “Japan Attacks U.S.”2 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times December 10, 1941 “Roosevelt Predicts Final U.S. Victory” 

51

Chattanooga Evening Times December 11, 1941 “America Declares War upon Germany, Italy!” 

51

The Chattanooga News-Free Press December 11, 1941 “Axis Declares War” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times December 12, 1941 “U.S. Goes to War With Germany, Italy After Axis Declares Against America” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times June 6, 1944 “Allies in France” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times April 13, 1945 “Roosevelt is Dead in Georgia” 

51

The Chattanooga News-Free Press April 13, 1945 “Yankees Push 45 Miles of Berlin” 

51

Hamilton County Herald April 3, 1945 Roosevelt 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times April 16, 1945 “9th Gains 4 Miles, Loses Bridgehead” 

51

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 6, 1945 “Atomic Bomb Equal to 20,000 Tons of TNT Dropped on Japanese Port” 

51

The Chattanooga News-Free Press August 7, 1945 “Japanese Admit Heavy Damage From Atomic Bomb’s Explosion” 

51

The Chattanooga News-Free Press April 12, 1946 “Pres. Roosevelt Dead!” 

51

The Cleveland Daily Banner November 30, 1949 “Frazier Predicts an Early Start on City Post Office Job” 

51

The Etowah Enterprise December 1, 1949 “Frazier Assures Etowah New Postoffice Building” 

51

Chattanooga Daily Times January 4, 1950 

51

The Evening Star January 4, 1950 “Truman to Ask Tax Rise in New Program” 

51

News-Free Press Society April 4, 1951 “Newspaper Women Hold 16th Annual...” 

51

The Washington Post April 12, 1951 “Goal Is to Confine War to Korea, Truman Says” 

51

The Nashville Banner June 25, 1951 “Truman Hurls Dare at Soviet” 

51

New York Times November 1, 1951 Princess Elizabeth and Truman 

51

The Washington Post November 1, 1951 “Washington’s Warm Greeting to Royal Guests Began at Airport” 

51

The Washington Post November 1, 1951 “550,000 Welcome Princess to Capital” 

51

The Washington Post November 3, 1951 Princess Elizabeth’s Trip to DC 

51

The Cleveland Daily Banner January 1, 1952 “Reds Promise More Facts on 50,000 Missing Allies” (Rep. J.B. Frazier, Jr., Will Address Local Club Wednesday) 

51

The Sunday Star March 30, “Truman Announces Decision not to Run” 

51

Times Herald March 30, 1952 “I Won’t Run—Truman” 

51

The Washington Post March 30, 1952 “Truman Annoinnces He Will not be Candidate.” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times July 7, 1952 “Ike, Taft Push for Victory on Eve of GOP Convention” 

51

The Chattanooga Daily Times August 8, 1952 “Gore Soundly Beats M’Kellar” 

51

Chattanooga News-Free Press August 8, 1952 “Clement, Gore Win State races; Frazier...” 

51

The Evening Star, January 20, 1953 “Special Inaugural Rotogravure Section” 

51

The Washinton Post, January 21, 1953 “Eisenhower Inaugural in Pictures” 

51

TheWashington Post, June 3, 1953 “Elizabeth Assumes the Crown of Britain; Pledges Life to Service of Her People...” 

51

The Washington Post June 20, 1953 “Rosenbergs are Executed” 

51

The Washington Post: For and about Women January 24, 1954 

51

The Times Herald March 2, 1954 “Five House Members Shot on Floor by Puerto Ricans” 

51

The Washington Post March 2, 1954 “Five Congressmen Wounded in House by Five Bullets of Puerto Rican Terrorists” 

51

The Evening Star December 14, 1954 “Today in Society” 

51

The Washington Post December 18, 1954 “Peace Hope High, Says Ike” 

51

The Washington Post May 25, 1955 “For and about Women” 

51

The Washington Post February 12, 1956 “For and about Women” 

51

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Series 7: Publications 

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Subseries 7.1: Government Publications 

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USS Kitty Hawk-CVA63 Commissioning, April 29, 1961 

52

Special Edition Commissioning: USS Kitty Hawk Commissioned (2 copies) 

52

Legislative Policies of the American Short Line railroad Association, including Pictorial Directory of Congress: 85th Congress—1957 

52

United States Savings and Loan League Pictorial Directory: Second Session 85th Congress—1958 

52

87th Congress 1961 1st Session—by Seventh National Legislative Conference Building and Construction Trades 

52

Legislative Policies: The American Short Line Railroad Association—86th Congress 1959 

52

Fifth National Legislative Conference Building and Construction Trades Dept., AFL-CIO—86th Congress 1959 

52

Legislative Policies: The American Short Line Railroad Association—87th Congress 1961 1st Session 

52

Legislative Policies: The American Short Line Railroad Association—87th Congress 1962 2nd Session 

52

The Capitol: A pictorial story of the Capitol in general and the House of Representatives in particular 

52

The Story of the Capitol by Stephen V. Feeley 

52

The Diplomat: Special Souvenir Inaugural Edition 

52

87th Congress 1961 1st Session—by United Savings and Loan League 

53

The Inaugural Anniversary Dinner Honoring the President of the United States, Jan. 20, 1962 

53

New Purpose, New Progress—The Exciting First Year of the New Frontier: Inaugural Anniversary Dinner Honoring the President of the United States, Jan. 20, 1963 (2 Copies) 

53

Pocket Congressional Directory, Jan. 1955 

53

Pocket Congressional Directory, Jan. 1957 

53

Rules of Procedure: Committee on Un-American Activities (2 copies) 

53

Government-Wide Indemnity Benefit Plan 

53

Government-Wide Service Benefit Plan 

53

Boehm: Achievement in American Porcelain 

53

Proceedings at the Ceremony in Commemoration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Commencement of the United States under the Constitution 

53

Washington’s Farewell Address to the People of the United States (2 copies) 

53

The United States Constitution (2 copies) 

53

The Land Ye Possess 

53

Democratic Campaign Book 1922 (2 copies) 

53

Tennessee’s Governors 

53

Message of Hon. Prentice Cooper, Governor of Tennessee 

53

The Tennessee Planner 

53

My Report to the People of Tennessee (2 copies) 

53

Statistics of the Presidential and Congressional Election of Nov. 8, 1960 

54

Civil Rights: Hearings before the Committee on Rules 

54

Civil Rights: Report 

54

Civil Rights: Hearings before Subcommittee No. 2 of the Committee on the Judiciary Public Law 86-778 

54

A ready reference guide to the VA in Tennessee (4 copies) 

54

Infant Care 

54

Report on the eighth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals 

54

Appeal of Administrative Agency Decisions 

54

Election Laws of the State of Tennessee 

54

Laws Relating to Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activities (2 copies) 

54

Statistics of the Congressional Election of November 4, 1952 (2 copies) 

54

Statistics of the Congressional Election of November 2, 1954 

54

Statistics of the Congressional Election of November 6, 1956 

54

Federal Laws Pertaining to Political Activities, Corrupt Practices, and Elections (3 copies) 

54

Letter: To: All Nominees for the House of Representatives; Subject: Campaign Receipts and Expenditures Reports 

54

Committee on House Administration United States House of Representatives 

54

The Perils of Paternalism 

54

The Record of the Democratic House 

54

Berlin (booklet) 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

Berlin: Fate and Mission (booklet) 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

Berliner Festwochen 1961 (pamphlet) 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

Berlin: A Short History and Famous Landmarks (pamphlet) 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

Berlin Today (pamphlet) 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

Soiree De gala Gala-Avond (booklet in German?) 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

Folder—Office of the United States Commander, Berlin: The United States Mission, Berlin-Berlin Command, Templehof Central Airport, The United States Military Liaison Mission 

55 (Folder from Berlin)

The Congressional Club Program, May 1963 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

George Mason and the Bill of Rights 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

James Monroe and the Monroe Doctrine 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Tribute to the Flag 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Five Years of Progress in Tennessee (2 copies) 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Re-Elect James B. Frazier, Jr. To U.S. Congress (1960) 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Naples (Map) 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Book of Battles: Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, and Missionary Ridge 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Lookout Mountain in War Time 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Civil War Centennial Map of Washington D.C. 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Estes Kefauver for U.S. Senator 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

John C. Hammer: Candidate for the Democratic Nomination...(2 copies) 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Announcement of Governor Austin Peay for Re-Election 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Speech of Gov. Austin Peay Democratic Nominee for Governor of Tennessee 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Opening Speech of Hon. Hill McAlister for Governor 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Governor Austin Peay 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

The Democratic Party and Labor 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Democratic Platform 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Three John W. Davis pamphlets 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Tennessee Text Books 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Optional Retirement Policy 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Folder- Congressional Record Appendix 

55 (Pamphlets, not in folder)

Supplement to Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties 1932 to 1948 and 1952 

56

Public Law 627 84th Congress 

56

Rules of Procedure: Committee on Un-American Activities 

56

War Department Office of Chief of Staff, Washington 

56

Integration or Segregation in the United States 

56

The United States and the Other American Republics 

56

Annual Report of the Committee on Un-American Activities for the Year 1951 

56

The United States and the World Court 

56

Inauguration 1961 Guide Book 

56

Constitution of the United States of America 

56

The Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Tennessee 

56

TVA 1948 

56

Federal Employees Health Benefits Program: Information about Plan Changes Effective January 1971 

56

Democratic Campaign Hand Book: 1940 

56

Presidents of the United States 

56

Opening Speech of Gov. Tom C. Rye 

56

Proceedings at the Ceremonies in Commemoration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Meeting of the Supreme Court of the United States 

56

The Campaign Text Book of the Democratic Party of the United States 1908 

56

This is America 

56

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States 

56

Pictorial Directory of the 81st Congress 

56

Official Program of the Inaugural Ceremonies (1957) 

56

Inaugural Ball January 20, 1953 

56

Washington is Your City 

56

Know Your Congress: Inaugural Edition 1957 

56

The Congressional Record Vol. 97, No152: August 17, 1951—82nd Congress through Vol. 99, No 110: June 17, 1953—83rd Congress 

57

The Congressional Record Vol. 99, No. 138: July 23, 1953—83rd Congress through Vol. 103, No. 99: June 10, 1957—85th Congress 

58

The Congressional Record Vol. 103, No. 99: June 10, 1957—85th Congress through Vol. 111, No. 201: Nov. 8, 1965—89th Congress 

59

The Congressional Record Vol. 111, No. 202: Nov. 12, 1965—89th Congress through Vol. 120, No. 130-Pt. II: Aug. 22, 1974—93rd Congress and Fragments of Various Years 

60

House Rules & Manual (one each for the 81st -87th) 

61

Democratic National Convention Official Proceedings 1952, bound 

62

Subseries 7.2: Other Publications 

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This Week in the Nation’s Capital (fragment) 

63

Life, April 21, 1958 (fragment) 

63

Vogue, Aug. 1, 1951 (fragment) 

63

Mount Vernon 

63

Unique in the Republic! 

63

Life, John F. Kennedy Memorial Edition 

63

House & Garden, July 1940 

63

Provident Company Wide Photograph 

63

Provident Review, May 1956 

63

Young Democratic Clubs of America, Nov 17-19, 1949 

63

Town & City, May 1959 

63

The Elks Magazine, November 1951 

63

U.S. News & World Report, May 11, 1951 

63

U.S. News & World Report, November 27, 1953 

63

U.S. News & World Report, Oct. 4, 1957 

63

V.F.W. Magazine, March 1957 

63

Forbes Business and Finance, April, 1959 

63

Program, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys at Bradley County High School 

63

Provident Review, Jan. 1961 

63

William Jennings Bryan Centenary, March 1860-1960 

63

Program, Sixty-First Reunion, United Confederate Veterans, May 30-June 3, 1951 

63

Centenary Forward, Aug. 15, 1949 

63

The Washington Star, April 28, 1963 

63

The Washington Star’s First 100 Years in the Nation’s Capital 

63

Why and How the Governor of Tennessee Lied Thrice, Joseph I. Reece (and accompanying letter) 

63

Meal Planning with Exchange Lists 

64

The Story of the Coronation 

64

The Lookout November 23, 1956 

64

The Lookout October 12, 1956 

64

The Lookout March 15, 1957 

64

The Lookout July 29, 1960 

64

The Lookout January 7, 1955 

64

The Lookout October 7, 1922 

64

The Sunday Star Magazine 

64

The Guaranty Survey March 1954 

64

South Today, Winter 1942-1943 

64

The Jurist 

64

“A Salute to Carrie” 

64

Sixtieth Anniversary, Founder’s Day: The Congressional Club 

64

Centennial Celebration of the Unification of Italy 

64

The Chattanooga Times Parade 

64

The Congressional Club Historical Review and Register 

64

Fragments- Mostly concerning the Kennedy family from Life, etc 

64

The University of Virginia Sesquicentennial Award 

64

Custis-Lee Mansion 

64

The 27th Annual Cotton Ball 

64

Tennessee Valley Public Power Association News January, 1954 

64

1978 Directory of the Former Members of Congress 

64

The Congressional Club 

64

W.N.D.C. News, Spring 1962 

64

An Outline of the Income Tax Section of the New Tariff Law 

64

The Permanent Court of International Justice 

64

Jacqueline, Beauty in the White House 

64

The Tennessee Story 

64

The Lookout, September 25, 1959 

64

The Lookout, November 13, 1959 

64

Tenn-Tom-Topics, July 1962 

64

1962 Report to the President: How the Government Works for Older People 

65

Statement of Federal Power Policy 

65

A ready reference guide to the VA in Tennessee 

65

The President’s Address to the People of the United States, September 17, 1796 

65

Wills, The Chattanooga Savings Bank 

65

Ikebana, Japanese Flower Arrangement 

65

The International Teamster, September 1959 

65

Pitfalls of the Genocide Convention 

65

From Tailor Shop to the White House 

65

The Federal Land Bank Loan 

65

Vogue, August 15, 1951 (Fragments) 

65

Corks and Curls 09 

65

Ladies Home Journal (Fragments) 

65

The CSA Voting Index 

65

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Series 8: James B. Frazier, Sr. and Frazier Family Documents 

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Subseries 8.1: James B. Frazier, Sr. 

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James B. Frazier, Sr. Biography 

66

Correspondence: 1881-1899 

66

Correspondence: 1900-1909 

66

Correspondence: 1910-1914 

66

Correspondence: 1915-1919 

66

Correspondence: 1920-1924 

66

Correspondence: 1925-1927 

66

Correspondence: 1928-1929 

66

Correspondence: 1930-1932 

66

Correspondence: 1933-1934 

66

Correspondence: 1935-1937 

66

Correspondence: Undated 

66

Estate Receipts 1937-1939 

66

Inaugural Address 1905 

66

Subseries 8.2: Frazier Family Documents 

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Frazier Family Genealogy 

67

George B. Frazier, Jr. 1955 

67

Robert & Keith Somerville N.D. 

67

Thomas A. Frazier 

67

Estate of Thomas A. Frazier 

67

Wills of Charles F. Keith & Alexander H. Keith 

67

Elizabeth Frazier- Cards and Letters 

67

Elizabeth Frazier- Correspondence 1960-1962 

67

Elizabeth Frazier- Miscellaneous 

67

Elizabeth Frazier- Income Tax 1970-1971 

67

Elizabeth Frazier- Income Tax 1962-1969 

67

Miscellaneous Frazier Family 

67

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Series 9: Scrapbooks 

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Scrapbook 

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Scrapbook 

69

Scrapbook 

70

Scrapbook 

71

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