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Identifier: PC 0035
Scope and Contents “Images Of Change,” Downtown Knoxville, Documentary photographs, 1979-1980. (David Verrico). (photographs) Photographs were taken by the photographer under the direction of Bill MacArthur, head of the McClung Collection, to document streetscape changes, building demolition, etc. during the preparation for the Expo, later the 1982 World’s Fair.
Immaculate Conception Church 150th anniversary material (December 8, 2005) + brief history of Immaculate Conception Church. (ephemera)
Identifier: Ephemera 2006.013
Scope and Contents Immaculate Conception Church 150th anniversary material (December 8, 2005) 10 pp.+ brief history of Immaculate Conception Church ( 1 pc., 4 pp.).
Identifier: MSC 0852
Scope and Contents Independent Order of Odd Fellows, No. 300, 2601 Johnston St., Knoxville, Tenn. (Lonsdale) First appeared in Knoxville City Directory 1902.
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2011.003
Scope and Contents Indictment of Clinton A. Charles in the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court, Dist. of East Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 1864, on charge of giving aid and comfort to the enemy during the war.
Identifier: MSC 0689
Scope and Contents 1) Papers of Inez Giffin. Papers include: condolence letter from George R. Dempster, Feb. 9, 1932; American Red Cross Assistant Program Director/ Social Director General Hospital, Knoxville papers, 1945-1947; correspondence and cards, 1957-1964; Third Baptist Church and William Bright Ford papers, 1889-1929; The Four Fuller Brothers (musical group) autographed photograph; Eugene Williams (paralyzed child) and television set papers, 1954; Miscellaneous, including information on the flag and coat...
Identifier: MSC 0218
Scope and Contents International Gourmet Dining Club, Knoxville, 1972-1993
Identifier: SPC 2019.100
Scope and Contents Aerial photographs of Interstate 40 interchanges when newly finished. Six photos-- Westhills--Bearden, Papermill Road, Campbell Station Road , Cedar Bluff Road, Lovell Road, Mabry Hood Road.
Irvin (“Mike” ) S. Saxton photographs. [Saxton] Family Photographs, Knoxville, Tenn. Negatives and copy prints.
Identifier: SPC 2019.033
Scope and Contents Copy photographs made from nitrate negatives. Prints made from original negatives before freezing. Original book holding the negatives also contained a descriptive key, which did not match contents by arrangement. Pictures taken by Irvin (“Mike”) S. Saxton (see Baker-Himel School catalog, 1905-1906). Subjects include: Baker-Himel School, Knoxville, Bristol, Elizabethton Courthouse, residential int. & ext., high school sports, and Knoxville Lumber Company saw mill, Saxton & Company...
Identifier: MSC 0131
Scope and Contents J. Allen Smith Correspondence (1901-1920); J. Allen Smith Company Prospectus, 1903; Columbus Powell Correspondence (1867-1869).
Dates: 1867-1869; 1901-1920
Identifier: SPC 1995.003
Scope and Contents 11 8x10” B&W copy photographs from J.P. Roddy, Jr.: South Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. 1917. 1 pc.; frozen Tennessee River from different views, one with Kyle Jenkins, 1917. 5 pcs.; Third Tennessee Infantry (became the 117th Infantry of the 30th Division), March & September 1917. 5 pcs.
Identifier: Ephemera 2013.017
Scope and Contents J. S. Hall, Knoxville, Tenn., business license, Knox County, 1865 (Photostat)
Identifier: MSC 0442
Scope and Contents James and Ethel Beck Correspondence. 1930s-1960s.
Identifier: MSC 0913
Scope and Contents James M. Welcker blacksmith account book (blacksmith’s Book), 1848 + ephemera. Found in James Park House, Knoxville, Tenn (Welcker was an in-law of the Park family).
James Park House plans for restoration work for the Knoxville Academy of Medicine and planting plans. Done by Eugene E. Burr and McCrory & Associates. (Gift of Gene Burr) (architectural plans)
Identifier: APD 0005
Scope and Contents James Park House: Plans for restoration work done by Eugene E. Burr for the Knoxville Academy of Medicine. Exterior restoration of the building, 1980, and proposed interior alterations, 1989. Black line plans, 2 pcs. James Park House: Planting plans and details for the Knoxville Academy of Medicine, McCrory and Associates, Planners and Landscape Architects, 1981. Blue line plans, 1 pc.
Identifier: Artifact 2018.005
Scope and Contents Wallace Painting: James Wiley Wallace (Tennessee, 1852-1921) oil on canvas pastoral landscape depicting sheep at grazing on a hillside. Signed " J. W. Wallace" and dated "1903" lower right. Unframed. 15 1/2" H x 22" W. Biography – James Wiley Wallace played a prominent role in Knoxville's artistic and civic scenes at the turn of the 20th century. He had no fewer than 16 original works exhibited at the 1910 Appalachian Exposition of Fine Art in Knoxville in addition to 7 monotypes. In addition...
Scope and Contents August 16, 1982, letter from Douglas B. Brockhouse, St. Louis, Mo., to Mayor of Knoxville Randy Tyree. TLS 3 pp. + envelope. Re: excerpts from Brockhouse’s ancestor’s diary describing Knoxville in 1799. The ancestor was James Weir who was in the Knoxville area from 1798-1799.
Identifier: MSC 0533
Scope and Contents Jan Lynch family photographs Originals of 3 diaries of Betty Lynch transcribed & scanned by Ed White + one diary of her son Jan Lynch Betty Lynch's 1953-54 diary Betty Lynch's 1955-60 diary Betty Lynch's 1963-71 diary Jan Lynch's 1968-71 diary
Identifier: PC 0017
Scope and Contents Original photographs taken and printed by Jan Lynch
Identifier: Ephemera 2004.004
Scope and Contents J.E. Lutz & Company, 1896-1956. 60 Years of Insurance Coverage brochure. Includes many photographic illustrations. Printed. 1 pc. ephemera
Identifier: PAS 0041
Scope and Contents Jim Thompson Photograph Albums (2); includes copies of old 19th century photographs. Some of the photographs have excellent identification.
Identifier: PC 0077
Scope and Contents 8"x10” b&w photographs taken by Jim Thompson’s Studio. 128 photographs, most backed with linen. Many have descriptions on the back. Nine folders. See list with box. Stereographs (photographs).
Identifier: PC 0048
Scope and Contents Slides of historic Knoxville assembled by Joe Billig of Knoxville with help from Charles Suddarth Kelly of New York, former Knoxvillian.
Identifier: MSC 0421
Scope and Contents Joe Carroll Bell Collection. Knoxville streetcars.
Identifier: MSC 0839
Scope and Contents A remembrance of life in Lincoln Park by a longtime resident, who was an accomplished fiddle player and also an expert on the history of Knoxville streetcars
Identifier: PC 0056
Scope and Contents Joe L. Parrott (1905-1989) photographs and negatives. b&w slightly oversize format negatives. Knoxville and East Tennessee. A few prints mounted on board. Parrott was the theater artist for the Tennessee Theatre and Publix Theaters and founder of Joe Parrott Sign Co. in 1932.
Scope and Contents Sunday School Primary Department attendance card for John Craig, First Quarter 1894; five reports cards for John Craig, West Knoxville Public Schools, 1894-95 through 1897 (1st through 3rd grades); Time Book, John C. Craig, Brakeman, Knoxville Division, Louisville & Nashville R. R. (L & N R. R.) Book printed by Hansen’s Railroad Gloves and Gauntlets. Records from May - September 1911. Includes Date, Engine No., Train No., Time Called and Left, Station, Time Arrived, etc. Back inside...
Dates: 1984-1897, 1911
Scope and Contents June 13, 1825, deed between John Hillsman and Donald McIntosh for 1/4 acre in the town of Knoxville, Knox County, Tenn. ADS 1 pc.
Scope and Contents November 18, 1845 answer of John Oliver taken in Knoxville re: attachment bill of Nancy Ann Butler filed in Chancery Court in Knoxville against the respondent Francis Robertson and his wife. ADS 1 document (in pieces).
Identifier: APD 0043
Scope and Contents The Journal & Tribune Building was designed by R. F. Graf, local Knoxville architect. The plans were found in the building itself. This is the only known set of existing plans done by R. F. Graf. Folder 1: Rendering plus 9 sheets of original plans Folder 2: Addition to Journal & Tribune Building, 1923 revision
Identifier: MSC 0221
Scope and Contents Karl Baum; Baum’s House of Flowers; large framed photograph of a vase of lilies, dated April 7, 1927.The collection includes magazines, pamphlets and clippings on Knoxville and local history and “literature on the floral arts.” Karl Porter Baum (1885-1977) was a leader in the florist industry nationwide as well as the manager and then president of Baum’s House of Flowers, the florist business which had been started in 1889 by his father Charles Louis Baum (1863-1944). Karl Baum began working in...
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