The Knoxville Negro. Emphasizing the Great Era of Progress Prevalent in Negro Knoxville Today By BARTOW G. WILSON
Former Staff-writer, Advertising Manager, Sports Editor and Columnist for The Knoxville Herald With a Foreword by PROF. CHAS. W....
Letter from Harry T. Burn, Bank of Niota, Niota, TN, to Mrs. Crozier French. September 18, 1920. Expresses thanks for the banquet ticket, he plans to come but his mother cannot attend. Lizzie Crozier French Papers.
Banquet group ('Immortals Banquet') at the Lyceum Building, Knoxville, TN, celebrating the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Sign over head table: 'The Immortals, 25 + 50 - 1, Tennessee, Pioneers Anthony, Williard, Shaw, Saxon'. Mrs. Lizzie...
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 16 d. Newspaper clipping: Col. Arthur R. Crozier. + handwritten note re: Arthur R. Crozier (December 1, 1809-June 15, 1899), Blanket, Texas. [Morristown Gazette] .
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 07 h. Newspaper clipping: 'Mrs. L. Crozier French Edits Paper.' Mrs. French has
begun the publication of a monthly journal, "The People," a journal of inquiry, protest and an exponent of the people.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 07 d. Newspaper clipping: 'Knoxville's Lady Senator.' Knoxville Journal Tribune. December 31, 1922. Includes photograph of James and Lizzie Crozier, cut by Knoxville Engraving Co.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 06 b. Newspaper clipping: 'Trustees of University Hear Reports and Fill Faculty Vacancies. Decide to Continue Summer School Another Year. Dr. Stough Not Warranted in Making Charges Against Prof. A.A. Schaefer.'
Letter from Ashley Sidney Johnson, Founder and President, Johnson Bible College, Kimberlin Heights, TN, to Mrs. Lucy (corrected to Lizzie) Crozier French. August 20, 1920. "You have fought nobly, victory crowns you..." Lizzie Crozier French...