Found in 61 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 11 file folders with correspondence, holiday greeting cards, newsletter, newspaper clippings, one photograph, programs, and various memorabilia belonging to Milton L. Goldstein.
This collection is primarily composed of business and personal receipts of David Morris Harding and his wife, Fanny Gieves Harding, from the early 19th century. It also includes a few letters, account statements and books, land records/surveys, and miscellaneous notes. David Morris Harding is the Uncle of William Giles Harding of Belle Meade Plantation.
This small collection of two Hollinger boxes (.84 linear feet) contains correspondence and personal and biographical materials relating to Andrew Jacob Haun and Mattie Francis Oliver Haun, aunt and uncle of the southern writer Mildred E. Haun, whose papers are also held by Special Collections in the Vanderbilt University Library
The E.D. Hicks Family Papers collection contains the personal and buisness records of the Hicks family. The collection spans the life of four generations of the Hicks family. The Hicks family was a prominent cattle farm owning family in Nashville, Tennessee. The majority of this collection's materials focus on the 2nd and 4th generations of the family.
This collection contains 1 document of 44 pages. It lists the descendants of Morton Boyte Howell, son of Robert Boyte Crawford Howell and Mary Ann Morton Toy.
Compiled by Adam G. Adams – 1974
This .21 linear ft. collection contains correspondence, some handwritten, written by Julius Jacobsen while he worked in Colombia, South America. Most date from 1936-1941. The majority of the letters describe his time in Colombia and business activities.
This collection contains the accounting records of a plantation in Charleston, Mississippi; the correspondence of two brothers, Thomas S. Jones [who was in charge of the plantation] and John R. Jones [who was practicing medicine in Marshall County, Tennessee]; and speech. Buleah Davis donated this collection in 1939.
This collection contains one bound volume on the legacy of William Jesse Prichard and his descendants titled, “The Prichards of Mississippi and Tennessee”. The volume traces and documents the story of the Prichard clan who migrated from North Carolina to Kentucky to Louisiana and then on to Mississippi and middle Tennessee from 1786 to 1999.