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Browse collections from Manuscripts and Personal Papers and University Archives with titles that begin with the letter H.

J. Clarke Hagey papers

J. Clarke Hagey was the Dean of Theology of Grant University from 1886 until 1888. Upon his death in 1888 his personal library of of several dozen religious books, many in Latin and Greek, were bequeathed to the University. Titles range from the mid 1500s to 1888.

  • Extent: 15 linear feet
  • Date: 1548-1880

Thor Hall papers

Thor Hall was a professor of Religious Studies at UTC from 1972 until his retirement in 1994. His collection includes his class notes, essays, publications, correspondence, books and manuscripts. Hall is also an ordained United Methodist minister. Prior to his coming to UTC he taught at the Duke University Divinity School.

  • Call Number: MS 079
  • Extent: 12 linear feet
  • Date: 1972-1994

Hamilton National Bank records

Former Chattanooga bank, later purchased by First Tennessee Bank. Miscellaneous scrapbooks, bank statements, ledgers, journals, and photos. Bulk of records housed in the Bicentennial Library. Given by First Tennessee Bank.

  • Call Number: MS 047
  • Extent: 2.5 linear feet
  • Date: 1889-1972
  • Finding Aid

Charles S. Harris Civil War transcripts

Transcriptions of Civil War diaries of Union soldiers Jacob Cohn (Pennsylvania), Frederick N. Kollock (Pennsylvania), and Philip R. Ward (Ohio). Also includes photocopied excerpts, and other transcribed Civil War material. Donated by Charles S. Harris.

  • Call Number: MS 076
  • Extent: 0.5 linear foot
  • Date: 1861-1865
  • Finding Aid

Historic newspapers

Local newspapers, important New York Times issues, and international newspapers covering World War II.

  • Call Number: MS 080
  • Extent: 4 linear feet

MS 074 Ralph W. Hood and W. Paul Williamson field recordings, interviews, and photographs

This manuscript collection features more than 400 hours of church services and interviews documenting contemporary serpent handlers of Southern Appalachia. Ranging from 1975 to 2004, this collection focuses on the major Pentecostal congregations that practice speaking in tongues, imbibing poisons, and serpent handling in the southeastern United States.

View a sample of the field recordings from the Rock House Holiness Church congregation located in Sand Mountain, Alabama in our digital collections.

William Green Hope papers

School papers of William Green Hope (Billy Hope), while a student at the University of Chattanooga, 1932-1936. Papers reflect his course work in French, Spanish, History, and other humanities courses, taken under Professors Edwin Lindsey, Maxwell Smith, Terrell Tatum, and Culver Smith.

  • Call Number: MS 104
  • Extent: 1 linear foot
  • Finding Aid

Nat and Bucky Hughes papers

Notes, photographs, pamphlets, books and articles from Chattanooga historian Nathaniel C. Hughes, Jr. The photography collection includes many Civil War officers. This collection accompanied a donation of over 1500 books on history, particularly American history, military and Civil War history, and literature. Many of these books were added to the circulating collection but some were added to Rare Books due to their value, condition, or author signature.

  • Call Number: MS 086
  • Extent: 8 linear feet
  • Date: 1861-1945

Olive Hunt papers

The Olive Hunt Collection contains weekly news releases (The LaMar Baker Newsletter) maintained by Mrs. Hunt during the period of time in which she managed the press liaison office for Congressman LaMar Baker.

  • Call Number: MS 067
  • Extent: 0.5 linear foot
  • Date: 1973-1974

Anne Bachman Hyde papers

Historian General of the United Daughters of the Confederacy; local history activist. Collections includes United Daughters of the Confederacy records; articles, pamphlets, and correspondence relating to the Civil War, the South, and Chattanooga; scrapbooks relating to Brainerd Mission; John Ross materials; and the papers of Charles Drake McGuffey, an historian and friend of Mrs. Hyde. Letter written to Sam Rhea ca 1820′s regarding slaves in Tennessee returning to Liberia (typescript of letter created).

  • Call Number: MS 021
  • Extent: 10 linear feet
  • Date: 1820-1958
  • Finding Aid

 

 

 

 

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