Title: Millard and Mossie Overton Papers
MSS COLL. #015
Extent: .5 Hollinger box (.2 linear feet)
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Deeds, Indentures, and Releases: 1890-1903
Letter to M. F. Overton: 1898
Original Donor's Certificate: ca. 1898
Board Meeting Minutes: 1904-1906
Claiborne County Tax Receipts: 1904-1964
Correspondence to Mossie Overton: ca. 1905-1939
Accounts, Bills, Notes, Receipts: 1906-1919
Printed Material, Miscellaneous: ca. 1906 - 1926
Letter of Recommendation for Mossie Overton: November 16, 1910
Photographs and Illustrations: n.d.
Photograph Album: n.d.
[Identification of Item], Millard and Mossie Overton Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Lincoln Memorial University, TN, USA.
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