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This collection contains a handwritten tribute to Myra Edmondson from the A.P. Stewart chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy from 1913 January 12, the one year anniversary of her death.
This collection contains an oral history interview with Hazil Adair conducted at Glenwood Recreation Center by Marie Bourassa on 2010 October 27 regarding Adair's life and career in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
This collection contains an African-American maid or "Mammy" doll, circa 1920-1929.
This collection consists of land grants from Georgia and Alabama dating from 1844 to 1911. These grants document the amount of land to be granted, to whom it would be granted, and the autorization for the grant. The Georgia grants also document whether or not the land was surveyed. All the land granted and surveyed in the Georgia documents was situated in Cherokee Co., Georgia. The Alabama land grants are for land in Huntsville or Montgomery, Alabama.
This collection of political campaign memorabilia contains campaign buttons, stickers, signs, and printed ephemera from national and West Virginia political campaigns.
This collection contains research notes, correspondence, clippings, histories, photographs, receipts, deeds, and research notes on the topics of Brainerd Mission and the Cherokee Indians that were created or collected by Penelope Johnson Allen primarily from 1933 to 1976. The collection also documents the historian's work with the Daughters of the American Revolution to preserve the cemetery at Brainerd Mission in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
This collection contains scrapbooks regarding the efforts of the Chattanooga-based Tennessee Beta chapter of the honorary sorority of teachers ranging from 1955 to 2002.
This collection contains scrapbooks documenting the projects and activities undertaken by the Tennessee Zeta Chapter of the honorary organization of women educators from 1957 to 2010.
This collection contains recorded and filmed interviews, transcripts, digital images, and sound recordings regarding the American chestnut, chestnut blight, and the Appalachian Region recorded by Bethany Baxter in 2008 as part of the original research for the thesis entitled. An oral history of the American chestnut in Southern Appalachia, submitted to the faculty of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Science.