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Ephemera 2018.003a: Staub's Theatre, program. No date. "Madame Sherry". Advertisements for Rosenthal’s, New South Brewery, Vienna Soda Parlor, Tennessee Beverage Co., The Gold Leaf pool room - “For Gentlemen only, No Blacks allowed except the porter,” and others. Ephemera 2018.003b: Staub’s Theatre Programme, April 1-6, 1907. “Man and Superman,“ “Cymbeline.,” Advertisements for Kerns Candy, Hope Bros. Jewelers, Chavannes Lumber Co., Rosenthal’s, etc.
Stewart Lillard gift of 20th Century national and regional political ephemera, including posters.
Tennessee Homecoming ‘86 William J. Hale School, 1931-1966, dedication ceremonies. July 26, 1986. + newspaper article. From the estate of Olive Hannum. (ephemera)
Tennessee Homecoming ‘86 William J. Hale School, 1931-1966, dedication ceremonies. July 26, 1986. Program + insert (“Lift Every Voice and Sing”). Also: article on Hale School reunion from The Daily Times, July 24, 1986.
Tennessee Producers Marble Company twenty-five year gold bond, 1913. No. 218. Signed by William S. Spaulding, president, and Edmund R. Morse, treasurer. 1 pc.
‘Greening the Residence,’ First Lady’s Luncheon. October 1, 2009. Program from fund-raising luncheon hosted by Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen’s wife Andrea Conte. Also includes a brochure about The Tennessee Residence in Nashville, and a name tag for attendee James Steve Cotham. Ephemera.
Tennessee Union Ticket, Election, August 1, 1861 “Against the Permanent Constitution” (4 tickets uncut on one sheet, 4 x 7.5 inches). W.H. Polk - Governor; H. Maynard - Congress; J.W. Wester - Senator; R.H. Hodsden - Floater; Jno. M. Fleming - Representative. Ephemera.
Terpsichorean Club Grand Bal Masque invitation + ladies invitation and envelope, 1871, Lamar House, Knoxville, Tenn. 1872 season tickets for the Eastern Division Fair, Knoxville, Tenn. (3 tickets); Euterpe Combination, Opera House, 1880 program.
[The Ballad of] William Honeycutt. Written by William Honeycutt in the State Prison, Nashville, Tenn. (ephemera)
[The Ballad of] William Honeycutt. Written by William Honeycutt in the State Prison, Nashville, Tenn. Printed by Woodward Steam Book and Commercial Job Printer, Knoxville, Tenn. Broadside. 1 p. . (Date supplied by seller). The first words at the top are missing, probably ‘The Ballad of’. Twenty 4-line verses telling the story of the 1888 murder of Thomas Goodson in Elizabethton, Tenn. Tells of Honeycutt’s arrest, trial, imprisonment, appeal, etc. Honeycutt claims his innocence.
The Soldier’s Pocket Book (Civil War). Title page missing. Includes notes to soldiers (”We do not hate our Southern brethren...” “We fight for the Union...”), prayers, Scripture selections, selected Psalms, hymns, and hints to soldiers. Handwritten inscription on inside front cover: “Wroth(?) picked this up on the Battlefield of Fredericksburg.” Soft, red embossed cover. 1 vol. 64 pp. (ephemera) note from source on eBay: published by the Presbyterian Board of Publication of Philadelphia
Senate gallery ticket to the impeachment hearing of President Andrew Johnson, dated April 13, 1868. Printed on yellow card stock with green ink and signed by Sergeant at Arms George Brown. Contemporary mat and gilt wood frame. Ticket 3 x 3 1/2″ sight, 10″ square framed. Ephemera.
Ticket for the 1962 commemorative excursion on The General, a reenactment of the Civil War train ride. (gift of Allen Coggins)
Ticket for the 1962 commemorative excursion on The General reenactment of the Civil War train ride. # 11730. Issued by Louisville & Nashville Railroad, mention historic run of April 12, 1862. Used by Allen Coggins of Oak Ridge and his great uncle Herbert Lucas. 1 ticket. + photocopies of notes by donor.
World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; 1st May to 30th October 1893. ;
Three tickets: First Presbyterian Church organ fund; Coal Creek Sunday School picnic; 1890; Southern Railway Tennessean ticket.
“Tribute to Col. John R. Branner. Remarks of Perez Dickinson, Esq., at the Meeting of the Board of Directors of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad Company, on the 24th of February, 1869, announcing the death of Col. John R. Branner.” Photostat mounted on board. 1 pc.
War Ration Book One. World War II ration books issued to Herbert and Johnie Coomer. May 1942. (ephemera)
War Ration Book One. World War II ration books issued to Herbert and Johnie Coomer of 227 Lynnview, Fountain City, Tenn. May 1942. #s 913991-326 and 913992-326. Each has 5 stamps remaining. Signed by Hubert D. Lakin. 2 ration books.
Warwick’s Restaurant card, 314 Union Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. On back: The American Society of “Butt-insky” membership ticket issued to Mr. Jos. C. Rhea. No date. 1 pc. (ephemera)
“We’ll Show You When We Come to Vote, The Great Woman's Suffrage.” Song & Chorus by Frank Howard. 1869. (sheet music) (ephemera)
“We’ll Show You When We Come to Vote, The Great Woman's Suffrage.” ‘To Mrs. J.M. Ashley.’ Song & Chorus by Frank Howard. Toledo, O, 1869. Published at W.W. Whitney’s “Palace of Music.” Inside: “We’ll Vote Against the Terrible Men.” 6 pp. (3 sheets).(sheet music) (ephemera). Cover has drawing of women at ballot box.
Westmoreland Heights “Knoxville’s Ideal Suburb” Exclusive selling agents McMillin & Klein. Map with lots. Survey 1925. 1 pc. (plot map on inside). Ephemera.
Advertising card for Wiley Oakley, Native Roaming Man of the Mountains and the Official Guide, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Ca. 1930s. 1 pc. Postcard size.
Wonderland Club Hotel, Elkmont, Tenn.., brochure, No date. 1 pc. (ephemera)
Wonderland Club Hotel envelope with photograph of hotel in upper left with ‘The Wonderland Club Hotel The only hotel in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park under U.S. supervision. Elkmont, Tennessee. Addressed to Miller’s, 423-439 Gay St., City. Postmarked Knoxville, Tenn. June 30, 1939 12:30 pm. Canceled 2-cent stamp. 1 pc. ephemera
Printed French memorial to fallen World War I soldiers with name Richard H. Dickson (Corporal, Company ‘C’(?), 120th Infantry) written in. Etching mounted on board. Cartier Paris-New York-London. 13 x 20”
Three pieces of World War II ephemera from the 29th Division and from the Quartermaster Detachment, Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas. .
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