Frank H. McClung
- Title:Frank H. McClung
- Date:ca. 1870
- Description:Bust-length black and white photograph of a young man with tiny spot goatee and neatly trimmed beard, facing to his left and wearing formal clothing consisting of a jacket, vest, white shirt,and black bow tie.
- Historical Note:In 1858, young Frank H. McClung was a founding partner, with James Cowan, Perez Dickinson, and Charles J. McClung of the Knoxville mercantile firm Cowan, McClung & Company. During the Civil War, Frank McClung moved to Virginia to work with his uncle in the salt mining business. Even though the McClungs were known Confederate sympathizers and Perez Dickinson a decided Union man, the firm resumed operations as before at war's end.
- Institution:Frank H. McClung Museum, University of Tennessee
- Publisher:Digital Initiatives, James E. Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University
- Rights:Images reproduced on this website are intended for individual, educational use only. For research inquiries about specific objects or requests for high resolution images, contact the Frank H. McClung Museum, University of Tennessee.