Tennessee -- Politics and government
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Ross H. Hicks served as the chairperson for a government consolidation commission in 1980. Over the course of 10 months, the commission drafted a proposed charter for a consolidated government in Clarksville and Montgomery County. The proposed charter was rejected by the public in February 1981. This collection includes commission documents, meeting minutes, and personal documents from the desk of Ross H. Hicks.
The “Assorted Papers” series, which dates from 1948 to 1993, consists of newspaper clippings, certificates, invitation letters, correspondence, and posthumous tributes relating to Charles Crow’s lengthy career and personal life. Some of these materials are not directly related to Crow’s parole or mayoral career, but rather include personal correspondence with colleagues or membership certifications from various organizations. This series has been arranged chronologically.
The John T. Cunningham Papers house the personal and professional papers of John T. Cunningham. This collection, which dates from 1918-1944, consists of correspondence, telegrams, financial statements, bills of sale, and receipts of John T. Cunningham. The bulk of the collection is made up of correspondence and documents Cunningham’s professional and political connections.
The Don Sundquist Autographed Calendar Collection houses four calendars prepared by the United States Congress that were signed by former Tennessee Governor and Congressman Don Sundquist. This collection dates from 1986 to 1994, and contains reminders of specific events during the early years of the United States.
Recorded videos of educational material relating to Montgomery County completed by Rosalind Kurita, notes prepared for presentation on suffragists by Rosalind Kurita, assorted documents pertaining to Rosalind Kurita's family, primarily her father, photographs and slides parterning with documents.