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Sheet music for Appalachee Ann, Dedicated to Appalachian Exposition President Wm. J. Oliver. Arranged by H. Louis Kisskalt. Words and Melody by Lucy B. Haug, Knoxville, Tenn. Double Eagle Edition, Published by Authors Publishing Society, Chicago, Ill. 5 pp. Two copies.
SPC 2015.010.001 Appalachian Club Memories near Gatlinburg. Friends of your Aunt Laura who lived in Gatlinburg. Lath house growing ginseng. RPPC SPC 2015.010.002 Appalachian Club Memories Above Little River. ‘More Smoky exploring.’ SPC 2015.010.003 Appalachian Club Memories. ‘Exploring in the Smokies.’ Faint image. SPC 2015.010.004 Appalachian Club Memories’ Aunt Bessie’s cabin in background by Little River.’ ‘She painted there in the summer at Elkmont.’
Appalachian Electric Cooperative By-Laws (printed booklet, 31 pp. No date); Appalachian Electric Cooperator, October 15, 1940, Jefferson City, Tenn. Letter to members from Kenneth B. Metcalf, Manager. 1 pc.; Appalachian Electric Cooperative Membership Certificate No. 1521. To J. H. Denton, New Market, Tenn. December 10, 1941. DS 1 pc. + envelope postmarked January 5, 1942 (with two 3-cent stamps).
Small leather purse with metal kisslock frame and chain for handle. ‘Appalachian Exposition 1911’ handwritten on one side; ‘Eva’ handwritten on the other side.
Appalachian Exposition article, [Charleston] News and Courier. Sept. 14, 1910. “The Appalachian Exposition a Blaze of Glory; South’s Big Show Event of the Year Now Open.” 1 clipping.
Appalachian Exposition B.P.O.E. pin, 1910. Copper metal pin with Tennessee-shaped top (embossed: ’B.P.O.E. Knoxville 160. Detroit Reunion 1910) linked to rectangular embossed bottom With AE in white, ‘Appalachian Exposition Knoxville, Tenn.’ ‘COME TO KNOXVILLE IN 1910’ and elk head at lower right. B.P.O.E. = Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (also know as Elks Lodge). On back: Greenduck Co., Chicago. C clasp on back. Overall size of both parts: 2 1/4 x 2” 1 pc. artifact.
Premium list and prospectus, Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, September 11-October 1, 1911. Photographs of officers. PHOTOCOPY.
Appalachian Exposition Company stock certificate to J. P. Roddy. 5 shares. September 1, 1910. (Photocopy) National Conservation Exposition Company stock certificate to J. P. Roddy. 5 shares. May 4, 1913.()Photocopy)
Artifact 2014.004 White earthenware creamer (finish is crackled), with AE (Appalachian Exposition) emblem in blue and gold on the front and “Knoxville, 1910” on the back. No maker’s mark. Crack on front. Gold decoration on front and back.
Appalachian Exposition Knoxville, Tenn. Red glass cup with clear glass bottom (patterned) and handle. Gold lettering and on rim.
Appalachian Exposition daily programme, Sept. 29 . Chattanooga Day. Exposition information. Racy Kream Co. ad for ice cream on front. 1 pc. (ephemera)
Appalachian Exposition envelope, Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 12-Oct. 12, 1910. Front cover of envelope illustrated with buildings and designs. Back of envelope addressed by typewriter to Miss Ida Crawley, Sweetwater, Tenn. (She was an East Tennessee artist). No stamp or postmark. 1 pc.
Guest book for the library exhibit, Appalachian Exposition of 1911, Knoxville, Tenn. Includes signatures, addresses, dates, and comments. Some dates from 1913.
Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn. Ohio. Ohio Society paper badge, October 3, 1910. Larew Printing Co., Knoxville, Tenn. Includes AE emblem in red and blue ink and ‘Ohio’ with flag design in red and blue ink. 2 x 7.25” (torn; in two pieces)
Appalachian Exposition pennant. Red, white and blue felt sewn together and gold glitter design and words ‘Knoxville, Tenn. 1910 Souvenir.’ Round disk of paper in center with photograph of the Administration Building and the words ‘Appalachian Exposition Sep. 12 to Oct. 12, 1910.’ (Paper is creased)
White porcelain or ceramic plate with pierced edging and gilt, 9.5” diameter. Center has color picture of Administration Building, Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn. On back: J.H.R. & Co. Knoxville, Tenn. Made in Germany for B.W. Akers.
Appalachian Exposition sterling spoon with “Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tennessee” on the bowl around a likeness of the main exposition building. Tennessee state seal on the handle. 1 pc. artifacts. 1910 or 1911.
Silver spoon stamped ‘Appalachian Exposition’ on handle. Shell-shaped bowl. C. D. Kenny Co. stamped on back handle.
Newport, Tenn., Appalachian Fair postcard, 1912. Unused card shows Cocke County Sheriff C.E. Dawson and gives all info about Fair. Reverse has short info pitch and divided back.
Knoxville, Tenn., 1918 Appalachian Merchant's Association meeting advertising blotter. Mentions talks by Manning, Carver and others, short course in merchandising, etc. Well used condition, but large, colorful image of Uncle Sam, pointing, makes this very desirable.
Appalachian Mills Annual Picnic, Sterchi Park, June 29,1929
Souvenir Labor-Management Banquet and Dance in honor of, W. A. Brownlee, President of Appalachian Mills, Andrew Johnson Hotel, December 29, 1945; Victory Bulletin, Beaumont Avenue Baptist Church, November 7, 1943
--Newsletter (October 2, 1968) to Conference members detailing the passage of the National Trails System Act.
--Copy of the National Trails System Act (Public Law 90-543, 90th Congress, S. 827) October 2, 1968
--Brochure titled “The Appalachian Trail” published by The Appalachian Trail Conference. Publication No. 17 (Fifteenth Edition) January 1968
Bible containing family entries for Archable Duggan (married Anna C. Schults in 1843) and family. Sevier Co., Tenn. 1885 edition of Bible.
Archer, Mildred S. “ A Southern Part of East Tennessee.” Typescript article with transcribed Civil War letters of the Wells family of Greene County, Tenn.
Archibald Glascock of Fauquier County, Va., and Washington County, Tenn. By Kenyon Stevenson, Hudson, Ohio TS 14 pp.
November 7, 1928, letter from Archibald Henderson, Mathematics Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., to Miss (Mary) Rothrock. ALS 1 p. Acknowledges her letter.
Archibald Roane, Governor of Tennessee, signature on 1804 commission for Justices of the Peace in Greene County, Tenn: Beriah Frazier, Cornelius Newman, Robert Gwinn, Alexander McCoppen, Moses Moore, Valentine Callahan, John Russell, James Stinson, John Jones (Capt.), Leonard Dell. Knoxville, Tenn. November 4, 1804. Wm. Macklin, Secretary. ADS 1 pc. Wax seal.
Architectural and design plans, the Gateway Pavilion at Volunteer Landing (Knoxville Regional Visitors’ Center)
Plans for the original Custom House and for alterations and addition (1979-2005) all of which were done by Barber & McMurry.
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