Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
The David Crockett Papers, 1806, 1828-1836, 1927, contain Photostats, photocopies, and transcripts of letters from Crockett, his marriage bond, and a genealogy.
Receipt for a melainotype purchased at De Shong's "Great Western Depot of Daguereotype, Ambrotype and Melainotype Goods," Memphis, Tennessee. Forms part of the Natchez Trace Collection.
Composed of correspondence, scrapbook pages, photographs, and prints, the William A. Donelson Family Papers, 1883-1937, document the lives of the Donelson family, especially Bettie Mizell Donelson, in Nashville, Tennessee.
Composed of a volume of photocopies, the Nicholas W. Eastland Papers, 1803-1867, document the Eastland family history.
Collection aquired from Edward Eberstadt & Sons, booksellers, that includes source materials related to the early history of Texas and the Southwest.
Land grants, deeds, notes, receipts, survey maps, and other legal documents comprise the James A. Eidson Papers, 1850-1900, documenting the law practice of Eidson.
William Winston Fontaine (1834-?) was a school administrator and founder as well as a colonel in the Richmond Artillery during the Civil War. Correspondence, diaries, literary productions, notebooks, account papers, legal documents, and newspaper clippings of Fontaine and the Fontaine family concern genealogical research, family affairs, and schools and colleges.
Consisting of correspondence, account papers and books, legal documents, printed material, and a photograph, the Frazor Family Papers, 1784-1884 chronicle the business and property of the family, particularly Moses B. Frazor.
The diary relates to movements of the Confederate Army under John Bell Hood from Atlanta, Georgia, to Nashville, Tennessee, and then to Columbia, Texas.
The A. S. Gregory Letter, 1862, documents Gregory’s experience at the Battle of Holly Springs, Tennessee.