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Campbell Family Bible (James E. Campbell, 1882). Devotional and Practical Polyglot Family Bible, 1879. Contains some family records. Includes Knoxville records.
Candoro Marble Company and John J. Craig Company account books, 1898-1927.
Scrapbook of Jeannette Williams, former president of Captain Thomas Carter Chapter, Tennessee State Society, National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century.
Captain William M. Clark, Jr. World War II photograph scrapbook, pilot’s flight log, The Gig Sheet 44A. Gift of Betty Ann Schmid.
Mostly genealogical material. Collection also includes some correspondence, bibliographies on South America, and some church items.
Carl Sublett (1919-2008) Graphite Self-portrait (1964) Graphite Portrait of Walter Hollis (Holly) Stevens (1927-1980) (1964).
Carl York’s Knox County Land Grants Platting, being expanded by Luther Wilhelm
Genealogy for each of the following East Tennessee family surnames: Bradford, Bennett, Davis, Dunn, Ellison, Frazier, Hafley, Hardwick, Harrison, Hartley, Jeffreys, Rose, Taylor, Walker.
Also included is one photograph album UT Singers, 1967-1968, during which time Carl York was part of the group.
Gov. Edward Ward Carmack, "Carmack's Pledge To The South", Compliments of the Nashville Tennessean, 1909. Tied wraps booklet, 4 thick board pages, with photo of assassinated Gov. Carmack.
Poem by Grantland Rice.
Carrick White Heiskell letter book, 1879-1886.
One store coupon with a photograph of Cas Walker in place of George Washington on a fake one dollar bill
Label from one pound package of Walkers’ Famous Cas Walker De Luxe Coffee. “A Man’s Coffee”
Original bag from Cas Walker’s Super Market stores. Standard brown grocery bag printed with “Cas Walker’s Super Market -- Cut Prices -- We give CR green stamps”
Caswell Park Grandstand [Smithson Stadium] plans by Manley & Young. (photocopies) made from microfilm by City of Knoxville, Department of Engineering via William E. Cole. 5 sheets (very faint).
Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the House of Representatives, For 1861-’62 [Nashville, Tenn.]
Confederate Tennessee broadside printed after the 34th General Assembly met on 7 October 1861. Lists elected officers’ and members’ names, age, place of residence, post office, birthplace, marital status, occupation, boarding house, and counties represented. Edmund A. Keeble, Speaker. Also lists clerks and doorkeepers.
Material from the Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Diocese of Knoxville Music Commission Concert Series. Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart is located at 711 S. Northshore Drive Knoxville Tenn.
Includes 2019 season advertisement brochure, programs from 2018 and 2019 concerts, brochure from Knoxville Opera Guild advertising the 2018-2019 season, information on the Casavant Organ, and brochure on The Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Certificate of Discharge from Civilian Conservation Corps for Victor Withera.
Front: photograph of front exterior of Lutheran church (according to 1889 city directory, German Evangelical Lutheran Church located at Asylum, s e corner Broad); at top printed upside down "Gerome Art Gallery, 257 Gay St. Knoxville, Tenn."
Reverse: printed "TRIP TO THE OLD COUNTRY." German Lutheran School. 7.30 Thursday, Feb 7 1889. HALF FARE 15; handwritten [German?] Knoxville Tennessee Nordamerica. 25 Juli 1889.
Portrait of an unidentified black woman. Top half of CDV board torn off. Stamped on front "Biddle's Dept. Store Knoxville, Tenn." Back shows Biddle's address as 16 Market Square.
Bulletin from Sunday morning worship service at Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church on November 18, 1945. Front of bulletin has photo of church.
Catalog for an Art Exhibition of Centenary Female College in Cleveland, Tennessee on May 30th, 1887. Inside is a list of art and artists on display
Program for The Central High School Concert Band Spring Concert on May 25, 1978 at 8pm. Director Norman Woodall.
Program for the April 14, 1950 Central High School Symphonic Band Concert.
Program for the Summer Conference of the Central States Morris Plan Bankers Association hosted by Morris Plan Bank of Chattanooga and held July 3-4, 1938 at Lookout Mountain Hotel.
Egg-shaped ceramic toothpick holder with artwork of the Sunsphere and rainbow design on front with the words: The 1982 World’s Fair, Knoxville, Tennessee.
“The East Tennessee Education Association awards this Certificate of Distinction to the public school system of Lenoir City In Recognition of the Fact that this System had One Hundred per Centum of its White Teachers in Actual Attendance at the Thirty-Fifth Annual Session of this Association. Given this the 28th day of October 1939.” Includes seal.
- Language: English X
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 1245
- Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound 23
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 223
- Bibles 113
- Photographs 104
- Genealogy 73
- Business enterprises 57
- Correspondence 57
- Scrapbooks 55
- Artifacts 48
- Clubs and organizations 43
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 42
- Architectural drawings and plans 37
- Portraits 35
- Events 34
- Programs 34
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville 32
- Ephemera 30
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 29
- Advertisements 28
- Promotional materials 25
- Knox County (Tenn.) 23 + ∧ less
- French 3
- Cherokee 1
- National Film Preservation Foundation (U.S.) 8
- Billman, Linda 1
- Cirillo, Marie , 1929- 1
- Crowder, Mike 1
- Dennis, Mildred Keister, 1903-1993 1