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Identifier: SPC 1995.006
Scope and Contents Views of Knoxville, Tenn. 1898. One view (“Bird’s-eye”) looking from South Knoxville towards downtown; other view is on North Gay Street looking south. Shows Rosentha[l’s], Whittle Trunk Company, streetcar tracks, etc. 7x10” sepia. Mounted. The name “F.H. Zurfluh” is written on the back of each print.
Scope and Contents Virginia Jordan, South High School, Cafeteria Supervisor, Knoxville, Tenn..;photographs, newspaper clippings, ephemera.
Identifier: PAS 0109
Scope and Contents Virginia Nieman, Memory Albums 1933, 1934 Great Smoky Mountains and Knoxville. Text, photographs, post cards.
Identifier: NWP 0025
Scope and Contents Volunteer Valley Business Journal (October 1998-October 2002). Starts with Vol. 1, No 1.
Identifier: PAS 0011
Scope and Contents Scrapbook compiled by W.H. Kephart, Knoxville, Tenn., ca. 1870s-1910s. Contains newspaper clippings (mostly about Knoxville and local citizens); ephemera; photographs; and handwritten notes. Subject index at front of volume + loose handwritten index of people pictured. Appalachian Exposition ribbon, p. 175.
Identifier: MSC 0894
Scope and Contents Genealogical information on the John and Mary Keener Whittle family and their eleven children. A few manuscript items were included with the collection. 14 blue tone photographs (8 x 10”) were removed from the collection and added to Photograph Box 3 (not connected to genealogical research). (subjects of photographs include: Custom House; Knoxville views; Warm Springs, N. C.; Holston River; Austin Springs, Tenn.; Strawberry Plains; East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad).
W. Russell Briscoe speech about 175th anniversary, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tenn. October 29, 1967. (Photocopy).
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a talk by W. Russell Briscoe at the First Presbyterian Church (Knoxville) 175th anniversary ceremonies, October 29, 1967. 7 pp. + biographical sketches of a cross-section of persons buried in the cemetery at the First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Compiled by W. Russell Briscoe. October 29, 1967. 6 pp.
Identifier: FB 0012
Scope and Contents W. W. Williams’ Welsh Bible. This bible was published in Welsh in London by Eyre & Spottiswood in 1867 It was presented by W. W. Willliams of Gomer, Ohio, to the Welsh Congregational Church in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1876. In turn, the bible was presented to Lawson McGhee Library in 1925.
Identifier: MSC 0177
Scope and Contents Research done by Warner Ogden (writer for the Knoxville News-Sentinel) on the downtown Knoxville re-development projects in the 1960s, i.e., the GAY/WAY and the Market Square Project. Some photographs.
Scope and Contents Unsigned handwritten history of “Water Street” and about Knoxville and its citizens. No author, no dates mentioned in the text. 15 pp. Mentions anecdote about William G. Brownlow as Knoxville’s ugliest man.
Scope and Contents Photocopy of October 26, 1813, letter from Ch. Watts, Knoxville, Tenn., to Mother & Sister (M. H. Watts, Beachtree, N. Y.). ALS 3 pp. + printed cover. Mentions his travels, brief description of Knoxville, business in Charleston, Creek Indians, etc.
Identifier: SPC 1995.024
Scope and Contents Webb’s Store, Knoxville, Tenn.. Exterior, night shot. 8x10” B&W Thompson Company, Knoxville, Tenn.
Identifier: NWP 0008
Scope and Contents Weekly Review (newspapers) Published by Don Walker, Knoxville, Tenn. Featuring music and arts.
Identifier: FB 0013
Scope and Contents Bible printed in Welsh “Presented by W. W. Williams of Gomer, Ohio to the Welsh Congregational Church, Knoxville, Tenn., 1876” There is no family information in the bible.
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.069
Scope and Contents West High School, Knoxville, Tenn. 60th Anniversary
Identifier: NWP 0016
Scope and Contents West Side Story (1967-1991), Bearden Press Enterprise (1991-1992), West Side/Farragut Press Enterprise (1993-1998), Farragut Press Enterprise (1998-2002), Farragut Press (2003-date)
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.001
Scope and Contents Westmoreland Heights “Knoxville’s Ideal Suburb” Exclusive selling agents McMillin & Klein. Map with lots. Survey 1925. 1 pc. (plot map on inside). Ephemera.
Identifier: SPC 2009.005
Scope and Contents Donated as part of the Bearden History Project. White Store on Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tenn., next to Mann’s Mortuary (where Regions Bank is in 2009). Ca. 1952. Picture was taken to celebrate the new Royal Crown Cola cooler. Woman is Imogene Myers, young man is store manager (name not known). The store also served as the West Knoxville Post Office. 8x10” copy photograph.
Dates: ca. 1952
Identifier: PC 0088
Scope and Contents Color photographs of houses in Sequoyah Hills taken by Bill Shelton. Houses have not been identified by address or owner.
Identifier: PC 0098
Scope and Contents William Brownlow Patrick Glass Plate negatives (1901) A series of photographs made by William Brownlow Patrick, son of Anne Brownlow and William F. Patrick, grandson of William G. and Eliza Brownlow, of Knoxville with family photographs and identified Knoxville scenes.
Identifier: PC 0081
Scope and Contents In envelopes labeled with date and subject, if known; McCoy Photography glass plate negatives
Identifier: MSC 0099
Scope and Contents Architect with Knoxville firm of Baumann & Baumann
Wilma Dykeman and James Stokely. Dialogue of the Races, Knoxville, Tenn. (New York Times 8-11-1963).
Scope and Contents Wilma Dykeman and James Stokely. Dialogue of the Races, Knoxville, Tenn. New York Times 8-11-1963; E. B. Copeland speech on integration in Knoxville in 1963.
Identifier: NWP 0002
Scope and Contents Wilson’s Knoxville Gazette (newspapers)
Identifier: Artifact 2003.01.01
Scope and Contents Small china souvenir cup, cobalt blue with gold trim, with picture & caption: Women’s Building, Knoxville, Tenn. ‘Made in Germany’ on bottom. Possibly made for one of Knoxville’s expositions (1910-1913). About 2.25” high. 1 pc.
Identifier: Ephemera 1982.002
Scope and Contents Two framed posters from the 1982 World’s Fair, both framed. 18.25x22.25” framed. 1: “Energy Turns the World.” Blacksmith (drawing) in center, green background. 2. “Energy Turns the World.” Night view (drawing) of U.S. Pavilion and Sunsphere with fireworks, gold background.
Identifier: MSC 0900
Scope and Contents Jim Thorpe’s personal files from the 1982 World’s Fair. Includes site plan of World’s Fair site (folder 1), posters he designed (folder 2), tri-fold display (folder 3), two 4-color transparency poster proofs (folder 3), a camera-ready poster design (folder 4), slides, photographs, and personal files (box).
Identifier: MSC 0208
Scope and Contents World’s Fair of 1982 (Knoxville, Tenn) clippings, 1975-1982. Removed from vertical file and boxed for preservation
Identifier: MSC 0893
Scope and Contents Official 1982 World’s Fair panoramic poster, color, framed (44.75 x 17”). May 1, 1982. ; and “President Ronald Reagan Opening the 1982 World’s Fair, Knoxville, Tenn.: Color, framed (47.25 x 16.75”). Includes ephemera collected during the Fair and small publications, especially from Korea.
Identifier: SPC 2019.062
Scope and Contents World’s Fair slides and 35 mm b-w negatives. Taken by Larry Maloney. World’s Fair Memorabilia.
- Subject: Knoxville (Tenn.) X