WikiProject Tennessee/Chattanooga is a project Task Force underneath the Tennessee WikiProject to help create and improve Wikipedia articles about the history, people, places, and organizations/business in and around the U.S. city of Chattanooga, Tennessee. This Task Force was started on April 16, 2007.
To join this Task Force or to see members of the Tennessee WikiProject please see /Members.
Articles for Needing Cleanup & Expansion
- Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Tricycle Inc.
- John Thomas Lupton
- St. Elmo Historic District
- Chattanooga Times Free Press
- CBL & Associates Properties
- Gold Bond medicated powder - needs to be moved to reflect proper capitalization amongst other things
- McCallie School
Articles to be Created (and commented upon for wikipedia appropriateness)
- Jack Lupton (also John Thomas Lupton) billionaire grandson of John Thomas Lupton. Former Coca-cola bottling magnate turned golf executive, philanthropist.
- Alice Probasco Lupton - wife of Jack Lupton
- James Inman Carter - father of Paul and Garnet, developed most of lookout mountain ga & tn
- Garnet Carter - brother of Paul Carter, founded Rock City, the Fairyland Club, developed part of Lookout Mountain, and invented Miniature Golf
- Anne Lupton - wife of John Thomas Lupton
- Frank Harrison - multi-millionaire coca cola beverage magnate
- Stone Fort Land Company - founded by Zeboim Cartter Patten and responsible for much of the development of downtown. Eventually bought and then sold by Senator Bob Corker.
- Ross's Landing current article just redirects to main page)
- Maclellan Foundation
- Thomas Maclellan co-founder of provident, philanthropist
- Robert Maclellan
- Bob Maclellan
- Hugh O. Maclellan Sr.
- Hugh O. Maclellan Jr. - Hugh O. Maclellan Sr.'s son
Recently Created Articles for Community Review/Input
- Olan Mills Sr.
- Joseph Whitehead
- Zeboim Cartter Patten
- Cartter Lupton
- Lyndhurst Foundation
- Benjamin Thomas
- George Hunter
- Paul Carter (entrepreneur)
- Benwood Foundation
- Olan Mills, Inc.
- Olan Mills Portrait Studios
- Mary Mills (photographer)
- Tom Griscom
- Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
- R.H. Hunt
Please list Chattanooga related history books/magazines/newspapers articles (and description) you have in your possession for article citation here. Please sign each entry.
- Provident: A Centennial History by John Longwith (a history of Provident Insurance, now Unum) Qmax 03:52, 18 April 2007 (UTC)
- Old Money, New South by Dean Arnold (a history of Chattanooga and its founding/influential families) Qmax 03:52, 18 April 2007 (UTC)
- The Patten Chronicle by John Wilson (a history of the Patten family who founded Chattem, Volunteer Life Insurance, etc.) Qmax 03:52, 18 April 2007 (UTC)
- The Chattanooga Country by Gilbert Govan & James Livingood (history of Chattanooga from 1540 to 1951) Qmax 03:52, 18 April 2007 (UTC)
- Historic Photos of Chattanooga by William Hull, who's the collections manager at the Chattanooga Regional History Museum. Turner Publishing, 2006. Flowanda 18:44, 21 April 2007 (UTC)
- Building to Last: The Story of the American National Bank & Trust Company by John Longwith Qmax 20:24, 22 April 2007 (UTC)
- Helen Exum's Cookbook by Helen McDonald Exum (filled with recipes and stories from Chattanooga, mostly from the early 1980's) Qmax 20:24, 22 April 2007 (UTC)
- History of Hamilton County & Chattanooga, Tennessee by Zella Armstrong