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Isa McIlwraith and Arthur Plettner photographs, programs, and papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-072
Scope and Contents This collection includes personal papers, journals, photographs, music, music programs, recordings, and related documents from Isa McIlwraith and Arthur Plettner, professors of music at the University of Chattanooga and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Material covers the date range of 1924 to 1989.

Charles Newcomb photographs, clippings, and papers

 Collection — Box: MS-062 001
Identifier: MS-062
Scope and Contents This collection consist of various newspaper clippings, personal items, and programs that relate to Charles Newcomb and his career at the University of Chattanooga as a professor of oratory and theatre, ranging from 1907 to 1915. The newspaper clippings refer to the plays, both school and local ones, that Newcomb directed or performed in. There are several programs from the plays and oratorical contests, as well as photographs of the play rehearsals. There is a copy of his autobiography/family...

Ruth Clark Perry lecture notes

 Collection — Box: MS-032 001
Identifier: MS-033
Scope and Contents This collection contains extensive handwritten notes of calculus textbooks she created as Head of the Math Department at the University of Chattanooga from 1922 to 1955, which may have been subsequently used as an outline for courses in calculus.

Frank Prescott papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-034
Scope and Contents This collection includes much of Prescott's teaching and research material, including government documents from 1928 to 1967. There is a strong collection of material relating to local and national political campaigns, TVA, civil rights, communism, labor, military and World War II (including Nazi newspapers, and correspondence from students serving in World War II) and political figures. There is some correspondence between himself and Dr. Joseph Zimmerman with whom he co-authored the book,...

University of Chattanooga Board of Trustees minutes

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA-02-01-01
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the minutes of Board of Trustees for the University of Chattanooga and its predecessor, Grant University. Comprised of 19 volumes spanning 80 years, these minutes document the growth and development of the University of Chattanooga from a small Methodist academy into a respected private metropolitan university capable of merging with the University of Tennessee land-grant institution. With the exception of a gap during 1890-1896 (the minutes and other...

University of Chattanooga Echo songbook

 Collection — Box: MS-058 001
Identifier: MS-058
Scope and Contents This collection contains a single songbook dated 1909 October 15.

University of Chattanooga photographs

 Collection — Box: MS-066 001
Identifier: MS-066
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs of the University of Chattanooga.

University of Chattanooga Tobacco Premium ribbon

 Collection
Identifier: MS-061
Scope and Contents This collection contains a single ribbon from circa 1910.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor portraits

 Series
Identifier: UA-04-01-00
Scope and Contents This collection contains oil on canvas paintings of twelve of the presidents and chancellors of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and its predecessor institutions.

Dorothy Hackett Ward papers and records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-044
Scope and Contents This collection contains mainly materials relating to her work with various theater groups in the community. There is a small amount of personal correspondence and other documents. There are also several items relating to the University and its curriculum. The collection contains administrative information, correspondence, and Ward's own notes relating to various University and community-sponsored theater groups, the Chattanooga Opera, the Festival Players, and a 1953 UN-inspired community...