Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains personal materials created by Arthur Ben and Betty Nick Chitty, materials related to Sewanee and The University of the South, Episcopal Church materials, Civil War related materials, materials related to Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, bibliographies, books and audiovisual materials.
Collection contains correspondence from the 1920s to the 1950s from Dandridge, records of consecration and ordinations, reports, lectures, sermons on New Testament books, materials from Lewis B Franklin, materials and correspondence from WWI, leases, religious lecture materials, lecture notes, conference materials, indexed pamphlets, war medals.
Collection contains correspondence from the 1810s to 1910s, correspondence from his granddaughter, biographical materials, photographs and news clippings. Box 2 contains assorted jewelry (bracelet, cufflinks, tie tacks, etc.)
Early papers of The University of The South consisting of materials related to the 1860 Cornerstone Ceremony, requests for support from Episcopal dioceses, architecture of the campus, meetings of the trustees of the university, the original drafts of the university constitution, news clippings and discussions of potential sites for the university.
Collection contains original correspondence and copies from 1848 to his death in 1906, information about Rebel's Rest in Sewanee, architecture diagrams, news clippings, financial statements (bills, receipts, etc), history of The University of the South by Fairbanks, copies of The Sewanee Review and other assorted materials.
Collection of prayer books, hymnals, and liturgies from the Anglican Communion.
Collection contains newsletters, registration forms, conference proceedings and other materials from various historical and archival societies across the State of Tennessee.
Collection contains assorted correspondence, Christmas cards, photographs, news articles, materials concerning the integration of the theology school and college, World War II materials and sermons from Juhan's time working in South Carolina, Florida and in his various roles at Sewanee.
Collection serves as an appendix to Collection E1 with many of the material contents overlapping. Collections include materials related to conventions, Episcopal Church Women, pamphlets, changes to canon law, handbooks, budgets and minutes, Bibles, Books of Common Prayer, scrapbooks and histories written by an individual named Radford at the turn of the 20th century on the first 80 years of the Diocese.
Collection contains biographical material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, letters written by Oertel himself, museum exhibit materials, inventories, grant requests, conservation records, appraisal records, photographs of his art and their negatives.
Collection contains parish registers, correspondence, newsletters, organizational information from the Diocese of Tennessee, Episcopal Church Women materials, photographs, treasurers notes, vestry records, schedules and various reports.
Correspondence, diaries, last will and testament, receipts, checks, ledgers, sermons, leases, biographical materials, geoeological materials, diocesan records, reports, autograph books and other collection-related materials.
Collection contains assorted journal articles, correspondence, book reviews and other related materials.
Collection contains correspondence, Sewanee-related materials, Sewanee Military Academy, the Episcopal Church, Diocese of Tennessee, copies of the Christian Bible and Apocrypha, cash books, membership logs, Saint Augustine's Altar Guild materials, Womens Auxiliary materials, prayer books, lists of individuals buried in the Sewanee cemetery, memorials and gifts logs, board members and administrative information, as well as other assorted materials.