Found in 428 Collections and/or Records:
Biographical file includes photographs, bibliography, obituaries, news clippings, several academic journal articles, programs, history of Vanderbilt speech, correspondence, and a 1917 publication entitled "Life of a County Doctor" by Isaac A. McSwain.
Biographical file includes photographs and 1907 Vanderbilt commencement invitation.
Biographical file includes photographs, CV, articles, and a brochure on the Meacham Society.
Biographical file published obituary from the American Journal of Roentgenolgy v. 37, no. 4.
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.
Biographical file contains notices and obituary of Dr. Moore.
Biographical file includes photographs, correspondence, academic journal articles, newspaper articles, obituary, publications, published poetry, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes photographs, newspaper articles, telegrams, and a receipt.
This three-box collection contains materials relating to the life of Merrill Moore. Merrill Moore (1903-1957) was a native Tennessean, neurological physician, veteran, and poet. The collection is primarily comprised of his poetry, manuscripts, and letters (both incoming and outgoing) about and by Merrill Moore. It also includes photographs, programs, newspaper clippings, biographical materials, tape recordings, and miscellaneous documents all pertaining to Merrill Moore’s life.
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