History and Genealogy

COUNCIL FOR LICENSING HEARING INSTRUMENTS SPECIALISTS RECORDS, 1996-2009

Consists of minutes, audiocassettes, compact discs, a meeting transcript, and an attendance sign-in form. The minutes contain a variety of documents including administrative reports, agendas, certificates, correspondence, financial and legislative records, lists, memorandums, and rules. Box 2 holds sound recordings of council meetings for the years 2002-2006, 2008, and 2009. Sixteen (16) cassettes and three (3) compact discs comprise the audio collection.

HARDING & COGSWELL LIMESTONE CORP. BICENTENNIAL MALL AND CAPITOL HILL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT DRAWINGS, approximately 1990s

Consists of almost 600 drawings deaccessioned and transferred from the Indiana Historical Society Library's Harding & Cogswell Records related to the Bicentennial Mall and Capitol Hill Development Projects in Nashville, Tennessee. The drawings all date to the 1990s and focus on three specific projects: 1.) Project #5596 - Capitol Hill Development, State Office Buildings; 2.) Project #4883 - State Capitol Wall; 3.) Project #5956 Bicentennial Mall, Capitol Hill. There are also a few drawings related to Project #6065, but it is unclear what that project focused on and how it relates to the other projects in the grouping.

SHERRY J. KILGORE HISTORIC PRESERVATION RESEARCH FILES, 1796-1997

Consists of material collected by Sherry J. Kilgore during her years working as historic preservation consultant. The majority of the collection consists of her office files and cover a wide variety of topics related to historic preservation in Tennessee. These materials include brochures, correspondence, education and event projects, essays, newspaper clippings, programs, theses, etc.

SAMUEL COLE WILLIAMS PAPERS, ADDITION 1, approximately 1874-1974

Addition to the original Samuel Cole Williams Papers, 1765-1947 includes announcements, newspaper clippings, correspondence, deeds, genealogies, photographs, poems, event programs, a postcard, a school report, and a postage stamp. All documents in some way relate to the life of Associate Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court Samuel Cole Williams, but there is no central theme.

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