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Chattanooga (Tenn.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Alfred H. Vanzandt letter to Ree A. Seaman

Identifier: AC-1035
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a letter written by Alfred H. Vanzandt in Chattanooga to Ree A. Seaman in Ohio, dated January 29, 1864 and an envelope. The envelope is addressed to Seaman and postmarked March 12th. Of note is the image on the envelope of a soldier titled "The School of the Indiana Zouave." The letter begins by acknowledging Seaman's leap year party invitation. Vanzandt is pleased that Seaman like the photos he sent. Says that he expects they [troops] will have "lively times...
Dates: 1864 January 29

Chattanooga, Tennessee Area photographs

Identifier: AC-1153
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of six sepia photographs of areas around Lookout Mountain and Chattanooga, Tennessee. They are dated circa 1920-1940 and include images of Crow Creek, a bridge across the Flint River, Nickajack Cave, the base of Lookout Mountain, the Tennessee River from the base of Lookout Mountain, and a view of Chattanooga and the Tennesee River.

Dates: circa 1920-1940

Chattanooga Times accounts journal

Identifier: AC-823

The Chattanooga Times Accounts Journal is an expense/payment ledger for the newspaper Chattanooga Times for 1900-1903.

Dates: 1900-1903

Mallalieu Seminary and Grant University collection

Identifier: AC-1039
Scope and contents This collection consists of three items. One is an undated pamphlet about Mallalieu Seminary in Kinsey, Alabama. The front page describes the seminary as being "for the poor whites of the South." It provides information about the location, the campus (including landscaping and buildings), and the "condition of the poor white people in the South." There is also an image of the campus, several testimonials, and the list of trustees.The second item is an undated pamphlet titled...
Dates: 1902 May 4, undated

Pilot Club (Chattanooga, Tn.) collection

Identifier: AC-405
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of two items relate to the Pilot Club of Chattanooga, Tn. One is a program for Bosses Night held February 22, 1943 at the Patten Hotel. The other is a handwritten speech by Mary Ellen Rise titled "The Working Girl." This speech is listed as part of the formal program. The speech is undated but presumably written in February 1943.

Dates: 1943 February

Reverend William M. S. McCutcheon broadside

Identifier: AC-094
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of a broadside highlighting the experience of Reverend William M. S. McCutcheon, pastor of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It lists his professional affiliations and an image of him.

Dates: circa 1940