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Knoxville High School Band. No date. Thompson Photograph. 7x11”.
Graduating Class K.H.S. 1922 (Knoxville High School). Printed composite with IDs. Compliments of The Journal and Tribune.
Knoxville News Building with young paperboys with newspaper bags. 103-105 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn.. 1922. IDs written on front, including Tommy Ford.
Photographs and clippings selected from the Knoxville News Sentinel files weeded from their morgue; these files covered only a part of the alphabet where space was needed; the files have been heavily weeded through the years before these later files were weeded and given to McClung Collection. Photographs were kept based on quality and continuing interest.
Knoxville of 1915. Photographs from the Thompson Collection used in an exhibit for the ‘Remembering James Agee’ celebration, 2005.
‘Knoxville of 1915’. Twenty framed photographs from the Thompson Collection used in the ‘Knoxville of 1915’ exhibit done by the McClung Collection and the ETHS for the ‘Remembering James Agee’ celebration, April-June 19, 2005. Exhibit was in the gallery space off the ETHC lobby, 1st floor. Captions also located with the photographs. Several of the photographs were hand-tinted by Brenda Hampton, McClung darkroom.
Knoxville Photographs: Forrest [Forest] Avenue Christian Church (1912, 1917); Deaderick Avenue Baptist Church (1920s)
Photographs: Forrest [Forest] Avenue Christian Church (1912, 1917); Deaderick Avenue Baptist Church (1920s)
Knoxville photographs President Lyndon B. Johnson (May 8, 1964) , Richard Nixon with Howard Baker, 1951 UT Cotton Bowl, 1982 World’s Fair under construction, unidentified church
McDonald’s Restaurant on Kingston Pike. September 1972. 3.5x5” color snapshot. (Given to donor by Tom Cochran) Kay’s Ice Cream Food Shoppe on Asheville Highway. Fall 1997. 4x6” color snapshot.
Knoxville Streetcar City: Photographs from 1984 Exhibit (East Tennessee Historical Society) Includes photograph of the dance pavilion at Fountain City
Copies of enlarged, printed photographs - 2 interior views; 1 Gay Street view
Kuhlman’s Drugstore #1, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1910 or 1912. Interior showing young men behind soda fountain. B&W copy snapshot.
Lamar House, May 1876. “Presentation of banner to McKinney Guards.” (formerly identified as President Rutherford B. Hayes’ visit to Knoxville). On back of card: Harry C. Mix, Macon, Ga.. Copy Photographs of stereograph (to size), plus three 8x10” enlargements of the image details. Thomas E. Wise, owner of original, did copy work and sent these prints, along with some photocopies, in 1995.
Lucy Hansard Lett / George Felix Lett Collection. Photographs of the Beaumont Avenue area, Knoxville, Tenn. 1910s, 1920s
Lucy Hansard Lett/George Felix Lett Collection. Photographs of the Beaumont Avenue area, Knoxville, Tenn 1910s.1920s. Additional material recd. 8-2013. Rule High School List of Deceased Alumni, 1940-1959.
Mae Lynn Collection: includes photographs, receipts, postcards, stampless entires/covers, stamps, and ephemera. Listing with collection. + scrapbook of Spanish-American War clippings. Photographs include: Mae Lynn; Smith School in Kodak, 1902; Cherokee Knitting Mills on Baxter Avenue, 1925; Beech Springs School, 1912-1915; Grey Eagle steamboat; Aluminum Company of America WWII snapshot.
McCalla Avenue Baptist Church; Bell Avenue Baptist Church; Park City Lowry School (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Pictures of staff at East Tennessee History Center between the years 1980-2018. Photo ID’s done by McClung Staff.
Historical Photographs Copying Project. Copy negatives, participant form with photograph IDs, some copy prints. Successor project to Two Centuries Photographs Project. Two notebooks of Owner Agreement Forms & IDs (Notebook 1: 1993-2006; Notebook 2: 2007- ). Two notebooks of copy negatives: Notebook 1 1993-2006; Notebook 2 2007- .
Copies of photographs used in an exhibit at McGhee Tyson Airport. Includes copies of promotional materials and photos of the exhibit display in the airport.
The 171 mounted 5"x7" black-and-white photographs were produced by the East Tennessee Community Design Center (Knoxville, Tenn.) to cover that part of the Mechanicsville area which falls outside the section covered in the Knoxville College historic district, as defined in the National Register of Historic Places. The information sheets include street address and comments.
- Photographs 170
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 126
- Gay Street (Knoxville, Tenn.) 10
- Group portraits 10
- Portraits 10
- Schools 10
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville 10
- Business enterprises 9
- Scrapbooks 9
- World's Fair of 1982 (Knoxville, Tenn.) 9
- Postcards 7
- Dwellings 6
- Knoxville (Tenn.) -- Appalachian Exposition 6
- Artifacts 5
- Clubs and organizations 5
- Knoxville (Tenn.) High School 5
- Aerial photographs 4
- African Americans 4
- Albums 4
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection (Knoxville, Tenn.) 4 + ∧ less
- English 33