Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the papers of William Campbell Binkley, chair of the Department of History at Vanderbilt University from 1930-1953. Binkley's research interests involved the history of the American West, especially the early history of Texas.
This collection contains the papers of Dewey Grantham, longtime professor of history at Vanderbilt from 1952-1991. Grantham was a preeminent scholar of the twentieth century South. This collection is mostly processed with a small (7 linear feet) unprocessed addition.
This collection contains four handwritten legal trial transcripts, arranged in four file folders, signed by Andrew Jackson who was the Judge of the Superior Court. A typescript of each letter is included in the folders.
This collection includes a review written by Mooney of a biography written about Davy Crockett, a short biography of William Blount, a review written by Thomas B. Alexander on "Political Reconstruction in Tennessee", and an article titled "The Politics of Elites: Prominence and Party in Davidson County, Tennessee, 1835-1861" by Burton W. Folsom II, a former student of Mooney's.
Contains a correspondence to George Washington from Jebediah Sanger, Timothy Bittle, and Henry McMill petitioning for more land in New York to support a religious minister and the group that follows him.
This collection contains copies of correspondence between Kemp Tolley and James Stahlman. It also contains an essay, and 2 copies of newsletters edited by Kemp Tolley. The letters discuss a wide range of topics: World War II, Cuba, China, Russia, Roberts Commission, Kennedy Assassination, and the Warren Commission.