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Clarksville (Tenn.)

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:

1999 Clarksville Tornado Photographs

Identifier: 2006.048
Scope and Contents The 1999 Clarksville Tornado Photographs collection consists of photographs of downtown Clarksville after an F3 tornado struck on January 22, 1999 that severely damaged many historic buildings. This collection contains 71 photographs taken in the days following the disaster. The photographs were taken by Cindy Jackson and show many homes, churches, and vehicles that were badly damaged by the tornado as well as first responders clearing debris. The focus of the 1999 Clarksville Tornado...
Dates: 1999-01-22

Bethlehem United Methodist Church: History, 1836-2001

 Item — Assorted Collections, Box 1, Folder: 6
Identifier: 2002.002
Content Description

Publication recounting this history of the Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Dates: Publication: 2001

Calendar Advertisement, Joe Goldberg Furniture

 Item — Assorted Collections, Box 2, Folder: 13
Identifier: 1000.019
Content Description

Calendar advertisement for Joe Goldberg Furniture, featuring a large photograph of a man and a woman sitting together in front of a fireplace. At the bottom of the advertisement is a tear away calendar with a sheet per month.

Dates: 1917

Civic Art of Clarksville: The Stories Behind the Pieces

 Item — Assorted Collections, Box 2, Folder: 6
Identifier: 2011.012
Content Description

The booklet Civic Art of Clarksville: The Stories Behind the Pieces was produced by students in the Urban Planning course at Austin Peay State University and documents the pieces of public art through the city.

Dates: Publication: 2011

Clarksville High School Band Scrapbook, Album 1

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2019.027.1
Dates: 1955 - 1963

Clarksville-Montgomery County History Slides

Identifier: 1000.030
Scope and Contents The Clarksville-Montgomery County History Slides consist of photos of the historic buildings and locations within Montgomery County. The slide show was created around 1978-1981 and features 145 photographs of notable buildings, churches, homes, and schools within Montgomery County and nine pages of notes with a brief description of each photo. The provenance of the slide show is unknown, but credit is given to professors and students of Austin Peay State University and several city...
Dates: 1978 - 1981

Clarksville Publications

Identifier: 2020.024
Content Description

This collection includes various editions of the following publications: Austin Peay: The Magazine for Alumni and Firends of Austin Peay State University, Clarksville Magazine, and Business Clarksville.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1998 - 2019

Cumberland Lore Research Materials

Identifier: 2023.070
Content Description The Cumberland Lore Research Materials collection contains the administrative papers and research materials for the Cumberland Lore newspaper series. This collection, which dates from 1997 to 2014, consists of copies of articles, author’s notes, research notes, and photographs used in articles. As a whole, these materials demonstrate the process of creating and publishing articles about local history for the Cumberland Lore. This collection evidences how local...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1997 - 2014

Cunningham-Mitchell Collection

Identifier: 2017.009
Scope and Contents This collection primarily materials collected by James C. Cunningham, including items used in his legal practice. It consists of a number of newspapers documenting various subjects, a 1956 directory for First Baptist Church in Clarksville, a collection of law books, a series of photographs documenting the 1949 collapse of the Masonic Building in downtown Clarksville, and photographs of an unidentified hunting club. Regarding the newspapers, there are six editions of the ...
Dates: 1921 - 1975

Foston Family Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2022.001
Abstract Herman William Foston was born in Clarksville, Tennessee in 1906. He established several successful businesses in Clarksville, including the Dowdy and Foston Funeral Home, and was considered a wealthy and influential man within the local black community. His sister Louise Beatrice Foston Gachette played an integral role in the management of the funeral home, and following his death in 1949 she inherited all of his assets and businesses. This collection documents a prominent African American...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1941 - 1955