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Examples of library catalog cards from the McClung Collection card catalog; discarded when the library collection was digitized.
Identifier: Ephemera 2016.017
Scope and Contents Examples of library catalog cards from the McClung Collection card catalog; discarded when the library collection was digitized; examples of typed cards, printed cards, and Library of Congress computer-generated cards
Identifier: SPC 2012.007
Scope and Contents Approx. 6.5 x 4.5” sepia photograph mounted on board. Includes two men, a woman, and two children outside a house. Under the image: ‘Photo by Blan__??’. One back of picture: sticker with ‘J. A. Dinamore, Knoxville, Tenn’ and penciled note________ A. Drummer, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc.
Scope and Contents Tentative itinerary for the visit of Ferdinand E. Marcos, President of the Republic of the Philippines, and Mrs. Marcos, to the 1982 World’s Fair. 14 pp. (photocopy).
Identifier: SPC 1996.019
Scope and Contents Fire at Liberal Arts Building at Chilhowee Park, Knoxville, Tenn. September 3, 1935. B&W 8x10” copy photograph.
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.029
Scope and Contents Pamphlets First Baptist Church (Knoxville, Tenn.) 175th Anniversary (2018)
Identifier: Ephemera Collection 026
Scope and Contents First Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tenn., Calendar (program) for April 15, 1922 + Dedication Services, April 2, 1939. .
Dates: 1922, 1939
Identifier: SPC 2012.006
Scope and Contents First Christian Church, formerly Park Street Church, corner of Magnolia Avenue (formerly Park Street) and Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. At this location from 1884 until the church moved to Fifth Avenue. Taken by Thompson Photographer, Knoxville. [Taken ca. 1912.]
Dates: ca. 1912
Identifier: Ephemera 2016.018
Scope and Contents First Day Issue 1982 World’s Fair Stamps and Covers (3 covers)
First Lieutenant Alexander Bonnyman, Jr., USMC (1910-1943) Interred in Berry Highland Cemetery, Knoxville, Tenn. September 27, 2015.
Scope and Contents First Lieutenant Alexander Bonnyman, Jr., USMC (1910-1943) interred in Berry Highland Cemetery, Knoxville, Tenn. September 27, 2015. World War II U. S. soldier whose body was returned to his hometown in 2015.
Scope and Contents “A Brief History of the Women of the Church. First Presbyterian Church.” Compiled from Church records by Nancy Hansard, 1989. Photocopy. 13 pp.; “The First Hundred Years of the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville, Tennessee, and the Semi-Centennial Anniversary of the Ministry of Rev. James Park, D. D.” October 11, 1896. Photocopy of TS 24 pp.; Address, “Presbyterian Fights, Fits, and Starts: Organizing the First General Assembly, 1786-1789, the Presbyterian Church in the United States of...
Identifier: MSC 0571
Scope and Contents First U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Treasurer’s Report, 1914-1916 “First U. P. Church, Knoxville, Tennessee” [Hand-lettered on cover] “Treasurer’s Report” [written in pencil on inside cover] Knoxville College
Identifier: MSC 0403
Scope and Contents Two documents appointing the Board of Trustees of the “Methodist Episcopal Church in Knoxville,” both signed by W. G. Brownlow as President of the Board. The first document , dated Jan. 20, 1867, gives a history of the Board from 1865-1866. The second document, dated Jan. 21, 1867, is signed by Brownlow and the entire Board accepting their charge. The third item is a framed manuscript poem “Tribute to ‘Bonny Kate’ Wife of John Sevier” by Quincy Dwight. The poem is dated 1922 and was apparently...
Dates: 1865-1867; 1922
Identifier: SPC 2012.001
Scope and Contents [Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tennessee]. Samuel A. Cooley, photographer. December 1864. COPY photographs. One 8 x 12”, the other 4x6”. Title ‘Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tennessee’ based on information provided by Roger Durham, Director of the U.S. Army Heritage Museum. Changed in 2007 from a title that misidentified this photo as showing Fort McAllister on the Ogeechee River, Savannah, Ga, because ‘F. McAllister, Ga.’ was written on the negative sleeve. Attributed to George N. Barnard. Two plates...
Identifier: MSC 0936
Scope and Contents Contains clippings, photos, emails, etc. on the Fort Sanders Neighborhood
Identifier: SPC 1995.027
Scope and Contents Two views of Fouche Block Building (Gay Street and Clinch Avenue), Knoxville, Tenn. Ext. One view shows location of Vernon’s Drugstore (Clinch Avenue). [December 1992]. B&W 8x10”
Identifier: NWP 0050
Scope and Contents Fountain City Focus. (newspaper) 2002-2009. Missing issues for most years.
Identifier: SPC 2002.004
Scope and Contents Three CDVs of Frank Bearden (two by T.M. Schleier, Knoxville--one of those in uniform; one by C. Krutch, Knoxville, labeled ‘Frank C. Bearden at 21 years of age’); CDV of Meta Gavitt Adams ‘wife’ [of Frank Bearden?]. Taken by Churchill & Denison, NY.
Fourth Presbyterian Church (Knoxville, Tenn.). Report of the Treasurer, November 1, 1889-November 1, 1890.
Scope and Contents Fourth Presbyterian Church (Knoxville, Tenn.). Report of the Treasurer, November 1, 1889-November 1, 1890. 1 p.
Fran Scheidt Collection. b/w photographs and 35 mm negatives of the building of the World’s Fair + genealogy, books, maps
Identifier: SPC 2019.045
Scope and Contents Also includes some Bible family genealogy and correspondence with Richard Marius.
Identifier: PC 0038
Scope and Contents Fran Scheidt b&w photographic murals of 1982 World’s Fair construction. 7 pcs.
Friday Book Club, Knoxville, Tenn. “One Hundred Years of the Friday Book Club, 1911-2011” + scrapbook “Addendum”
Identifier: MSC 0528
Scope and Contents Friday Book Club, Knoxville, Tenn. “One Hundred Years of the Friday Book Club, 1911-2011” + scrapbook “Addendum”
Scope and Contents Fulton High School Alumni Association Hall of Fame (2009-2014).
Identifier: Ephemera 2013.034
Scope and Contents Fulton High School, Wall of Fame, (2010, 2011); Fulton High School Alumni Association (2012)
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.021
Scope and Contents Tenn., Knoxville politics. G.G.G. mailer, 1947. Double sided mailer from city election primary. Organization of businessmen of all parties (except Cas Walker) who wanted to take back local govt. and clean it up. Bob Morrison was their candidate for mayor. Mailer is color illustrated and opens up to 12 x 19". Unmailed, somewhat soiled and has clip rust stains at edges. Clean inside around photos.
Identifier: SPC 2016.001
Scope and Contents Two 8x10” B&W photographs taken by Bill Tracy Photography, Knoxville, Tenn. SPC 2016.001.001 A-7470 A5 Gay Street and Broadway, Knoxville, Tenn. August 1968. Shows Burgin Dodge, Inc. SPC 2016.001.002 A-9211 A2 I-40 at Gay Street exit, Knoxville, Tenn. April 21, 1972. Sign for Regas Restaurant at right.
Dates: 1968; 1972
Identifier: SPC 2006.001
Scope and Contents Sepia photograph of Gay Street, ca. 1868. 5 x 7 5/8” mounted on board. Original print from glass plate(?). Also, black paper backing from frame with sticker ‘E. G. S(?) AGG, The Picture Framery. Knoxville, Tenn.’
Dates: ca. 1868
Identifier: MSC 0344
Scope and Contents Files (ca. .75 linear feet) documenting repairs and condition reports on the Gay Street Bridge (1924-1976), plus one drawing of “Locust Street Bridge” (1925) and one file on repairs of the Church Street Viaduct (1973).
Scope and Contents Letters to William N. Sherman, Radio Station WNOX, Knoxville News Sentinel, from Rutherford D. Rogers, New York Public Library, December 5, 1955. 1 p. Letter from Elizabeth C. Litsinger, Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, no date. 1 p. Both are copies of letters received. Each gives the history of the origin of the name Gay Street in the two cities.
George F. Barber plans for the William Peters residence and one drawing for the Peters & Bradley Mill. Gift of Chester Kilgore. (architectural plans)
Identifier: APD 0033
Scope and Contents 1. One blueline plan of Peters & Bradley Mill Company, Storage Bin addition. 20.75 x 23” dated 3/14/11 2. Six blueprint sheets for the Mr. Will Peters [residence] (now 1319 Grainger Avenue), Knoxville, Tenn. By George F. Barber & Co., Architects. (removed from wooden dowel): front elevation, left side elevation (Both 19.75 x 14”); first floor plan, second floor plan, roof plan, foundation plan (all 20 x 15.5”). 3. On architect’s tracing paper, house detail. 2 sheets (60 x 47”). One...
Dates: 1880s; 1911
Identifier: MSC 0438
Scope and Contents This collection contains magazines, newspaper articles, letters, postcards, order forms, and other ephemera related to George Franklin Barber home catalogs. Barber (1854-1915), a Knoxville resident from 1888 on, was an American architect known internationally for his home design plans offered through mail-order catalogs. Material in this collection is dated 1893-1906 with several undated and missing items. Boxes 1-3 contain issues of American Homes, a monthly journal “devoted to planning,...
Dates: 1888-1906; undated
- Subject: Knoxville (Tenn.) X