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Napoleon O. Goddard and Walter Jewett, motormen, Knoxville Railway & Light Co. 1915. Streetcar banner says ‘Sevierville’ but it is probably for Sevierville Pike in South Knoxville. 5x7” sepia print mounted on embossed board.
Copy photograph of 1940s Nativity Pageant at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Actress Patricia Neal in group (possibly second female to the left of Mary ). 8x10”
Nikki Giovanni on 400 Mulvaney Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Photograph shared in response to a request for a photograph of 400 Mulvaney Street. The only photograph she has is a family photograph with her great-grandmother Cornelia Watson, John Brown Watson, Yolande Cornelia Watson Giovanni (her mother) and Garyann Giovanni (her sister). Nikki (b.1943) was not yet born when the photograph was taken.
Black-and-white silver gelatin print of C. M. McClung Truck No. 1. Written on back: "Mack Truck No. 1; 1916 Model - Bought August 9, 1916; From Knoxville Buick Co. 3 1/2 tons; Chassis 7081 … Motor 1AL53; R. Tires 40x10 - Good New Solids" Photographer stamp on back: "Bruce G. Leslie, Photographer; 403 W. Vine Ave.; Knoxville, Tenn."
Panorama photograph of Knoxville (ca. 1925) looking north from Cherokee Bluff (no photographer’s name or number on the piece).
Snapshots of Park City Presbyterian Church and Manse, Knoxville, Tenn. (1 sepia, 1 B&W, fading).
Penny Picture of unidentified woman. Veno Process. Biddle & Moulden, Knoxville, Tenn.
Contemporary color photographs of downtown Knoxville and historic buildings.
Photograph Album of the Wedding of Ellen McClung to Thomas Berry at Belcaro, Fountain City, Tenn. in 1928.
Photograph of Master Mechanics Office, Southern Railway, Knoxville, Tenn.(1940)
Photograph of sketched side portrait of Charles McClung. Knaffl & Brakebill. 3 1/2x5” oval, B&W, mounted, in cover. “Rembrandt Proof.”
Photographic postcard of three men in automobile, Chilhowee Park, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1911 or 1913. L-r: Unknown, Cary Spence, Lawrence D. Tyson. (McClung made neg. July 1997)
Fort Sanders house on Forest Avenue, used as the childhood home of James Agee in the movie “All the Way Home” The house was demolished in 1982. City Hall (former School from the Deaf) under restoration ca. 1983 Downtown Knoxville from Western Avenue (Summit Ave) looking east at the L&N Station and the high rise building under construction on Summit and Walnut
Photographs Showing Progress of Construction Gay Street Viaduct. Knoxville, Tennessee. 1919. L. W. Frierson, Supervising Engr. Taken by Thompson Brothers, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 album 7 x 12.5”: 25 photographs mounted on linen.
Portrait of 2 young women; Biddle’s Department Store, Knoxville, Tennessee
11 x 14” B&W photograph of William Sherman Brown (Knoxville, Tenn) with the locomotive engine “Crescent Limited,” ca. 1940. Southern Railroad Yard, Knoxville, Tenn.
Portraits of young boys in fancy dress clothing: Percy Jones Warwick (age 5, Nov. 17) in jacket with knickers; Clarence Lafayette Warwick (age 4, Nov.? 4) in Little Lord Fauntleroy style outfit). Both by Brakebill & McCoy, Knoxville, Tenn..
Printed memorial Card for Mrs. L. A. Gratz “Died July 2, 1889, Aged 45 yrs. 4 mos. 9 dys.”
Public Library Collection (Lawson McGhee Library, Knox County Public Library, McClung Historical Collection, etc.).
Residences and streets in Knoxville, Tenn. 1919. B&W 8x10” copy photographs.
Roger A. Daley Collection of photographs and newspapers. He worked for Scripps Howard and Knoxville News Sentinel. He was president of Knoxville Downtown Association in 1970s. Photographs include downtown Knoxville, TVA, Great Smoky Mountains.
Snapshots of Ronald Reagan at Market Square (1980)
Ruby Bird, Knoxville High School drama teacher. Collection includes yearbooks, photographs, theatre programs, and plaques from the estate of Miss Ruby Bird. Mostly Knoxville High School and Austin East High School. Includes photograph of student John Cullum.
Interior view of (old) Saint John’s Episcopal Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Circa 1880. By J.W. Stewart, Knoxville, Tenn. Note on back: where Annie McGhee and Calvin McClung were married.
Photographs of Sandford Day Ironworks baseball team and parade floats
- 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