Jack Huntoon Correspondence, 1946

KC Manuscript Collection 162

The collection consists of correspondence between Kingsport Junior Chamber of Commerce president Jack Huntoon and Kingsport Merchants Association, Incorporated and between Huntoon and Kingsport Development Commission, Inc.  The correspondence pertains to various civic improvement programs that were suggested by “a cross-section of the people of Kingsport.”  Some of the suggestions were in the process of being implemented, for example, a campaign to “clean up” and “paint up” Kingsport.  Others suggestions had already been or would soon be addressed, such as the need for a library and a new City Hall.

There are no restrictions on use of this collection for research purposes.  The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

This collection should be cited as:

Jack Huntoon Correspondence, 1946.  KC Manuscript Collection 162, Archives of the City of Kingsport, Tennessee.

Jean Spencer donated this collection in 1994.

E. Marshall Galloway processed the collection and developed the finding aid in October 2006.

Huntoon, Jack E.—Correspondence

Kingsport Junior Chamber of Commerce (Kingsport,Tenn.)