GOVERNOR HENRY H. HORTON PAPERS, 1927-1933

This finding aid covers the gubernatorial papers of Tennessee Governor Henry H. Horton, who served from 1927-1933. It consists of 148 boxes of materials that consist mostly of correspondence and a scrapbook. Notable subjects include the Depression, public education in Tennessee, impeachment proceedings against Governor Horton, Reelfoot Lake, Alvin York Institute (Jamestown, Tenn.), and the Great Smoky Mountains Park.