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Ann Lizzie Fisher (photographer T. N. Thurman, Athens, Tenn.) ; Eva Taylor (Happy Valley, Carter County, Tenn/) (no photographer identified); S. Tomlinson, Cincinnati; S. Tomlinson (Photographed by Leo Weingarten, Cincinnati, Ohio) (inscribed “Compliments of S. Tomlinson to Miss Fannie Fisher, August 1st, 1873”)
Photograph of Camp Poland. E. E. Swineford, Cincinnati, Ohio - photographer (photographer’s stamp in green on back) photo numbered 188 written on back in ink “Camp of the 6th Ohio U.S.N. -- Camp Poland, Knoxville Tenn.” written on back in pencil “The Dummy track runs just to the left of the picture”
Six black-and-white photographs (2.75"x4.5" each) of Alhambra Courts (Knoxville, TN). All exteriors. One promotional postcard for Alhambra Court and Home, R. L. Fooshee, Owner. Color image of exterior.
-8 black & white photos of family members with identifications, mostly taken on Oklahoma Avenue. 1920s-1940s
-Group black & white photo of Local 457 International Woodworkers of America, Knoxville Tennessee November 15, 1946.
Aerial photograph of the Anchorage Restaurant and Marina and Cate’s Bridge, ca. 1950. Restaurant was owned by Stuart McCroskey (later sold to ______ Creech, and later it burned). Located on Knox and Blount County line. Provides view of the railroad bridge and Cate’s Bridge; Jewish Country Club was located on the hill above the restaurant. Riverlake Lodge Motel was out of photograph, to the right.
This collection includes copies of many of her articles, typescripts of her plays, and a handwritten copy of her (as of 06/2019) unpublished autobiography. In addition, many family photos and other family ephemera, as well as correspondence (her father’s Civil War letters and other personal correspondence of AWA). There are a number of books (primarily novels) included with the collection -- including first editions of both of her novels.
8"x10” b&w copy negatives of panoramic photographs. Copy negs made by Gamma Photo in Chicago, 1/1999.
One stereograph. SPC 2016.003 Asylum yard. [Grounds at the School for the Deaf in Knoxville?]. Views Around Knoxville. The Beauties of American Switzerland. Negatives and Published by T.M. Schleier. American and Stereoscopic Emporium, Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten note: Asylum yard.
Barber and McMurry Collection contains 3 boxes of photographs + 5 large boxes containing renderings & photographs of selected projects
Includes 2 copies of exhibition catalog for Dulin Art Gallery's "The Architecture of Barber and McMurry 1915-1940: An Exhibition of Photographs and Drawings" on exhibit September 20 to October 15, 1976.
Ephemera of the September 6, 2012 presentation of two paintings by Barry Spann to the Howard H. Baker Jr. United States Courthouse. Includes invitation to the event, information sheet on the paintings, nomination for East Tennessee Historical Society 2011 Award of Excellence (for the research of the background of the artwork in the Courthouse), and photos of the Barry Spann artwork in the Courthouse.
Photographs and genealogical information about Coy W. Black, Sr. Family (Greene County, Tenn.), John Boyd Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.), Frank Cain Clamon Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.), and Daniel Jones Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.).
Nine photographs plus printouts of news articles about Busch family. Identified photos include: --two photos of Busch family inside jewelry store, --two portraits of S. Harry Busch, --exterior of Royal Jewelers (504 S Gay Street), --A. K. Club Third Annual Ball (04/05/1937)
Photographs from large collection of the Chamberlain-Dickinson-Hudson-Trotter families with no identifing information.
Black-and-white panorama of Smoky Mountain scene “Cherokee.” Circuit camera photograph. (Embossed lower right “Robin Thompson.”)
Craig/Candoro Marble Company material: Deeds, contracts, records, and other business papers of John J. Craig, the John J. Craig Company, and the Candoro Marble Company. Subjects include: John J. Craig Candoro Marble Co. Great Bend Marble Co. Photographs John J. Craig Company Lucy Cage Craig W. J. Donaldson Model Garage Co. Albert L. Craig Greystone Marble Co. Lillie and W. C. Crouch Westmoreland Heights George Meddlin W. A. Neubert family property
David Thomas Kirk: personal journals, family photograph album, newspaper clippings etc. 1899-1959. Kirk was a Methodist minister, farmer and house builder. Details of life in Bybee, Cocke County, Tenn. 2 boxes.
Photographs (many unidentified) and ephemera of the Dent Mitchell Family. Includes items related to Henry Minor Dent, Sr., Henry Minor Dent, Jr., Dorothy Mitchell Hale, Fannie Hale, and others. Yearbooks (1937, 1938, 1940) from Dobyns-Bennett High School (Kingsport Tenn.) Photographs and ephemera from University of Tennessee and Delta Tau Delta fraternity (1940s). Handwritten 1902 recipe book by Fannie Hale.
Papers of Dr. Herbert Acuff, operator of the Acuff Clinic, Knoxville. Papers from ca. 1940s-early 1950s. Includes photographs of 1948 dinner honoring Dr. Acuff, medical articles by Dr. Acuff, and papers presented by Dr. Acuff.
Ed Westcott: Capturing History. Award Nomination for ETHS 2009. Includes a copy of the book “Through the Lens of Ed Westcott: A Photographic History of World War II’s Secret City” letters of commendation, newspaper articles, photographs.
Four photographs of Edwards family members of Tennessee, Minnesota, and Michigan. (1 photograph 7x5 inches) (3 photographs 6.5x4.25 inches) Amelia Edwards (dad’s sister) (Murdock, Knoxville TN); 3 relatives in MN and MI
Family Bible given to Eliza R. Fain by her mother M.A. Moore, 1870. Eliza Ruth Moore married George Alexander Fain on July 21, 1854. Eliza R. Fain left the Bible to her daughter Kittie Rice Fain in November 1900. Eleven CDVs of Fain family members were found with the Bible. They were photocopied and the originals are in the box with the Bible. Subjects in CDVs include: Mrs. Eliza R. Fain and Mattie, Minnie Fain, Mrs. M.A. Moore, Belle Fain, and E.R. Fain.
Fort Sanders, Knoxville. Civil War Stereograph, War for the Union. (incorrectly identified as Fort Saners)
SV 2003.001.001: The War for the Union series, 1861-1865. Fort Sanders, Knoxville, exterior view, s6006. Stereograph. 1 pc. John C. Taylor, Hartford, Conn. ca 1890. This stereograph is actually of a fort on the coast of South Carolina. There were photos in the National Archives that identified this fort with Fort Sanders. The photographer who took the photo was the same fellow who photographed Fort Sanders, possibly explaining the mix-up.
Fran Scheidt Collection. b/w photographs and 35 mm negatives of the building of the World’s Fair + genealogy, books, maps
Also includes some Bible family genealogy and correspondence with Richard Marius.