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Miss Lucie Fain Photograph Album
Miss Lucie Fain Photograph Album, mostly carte d vixite photographs. Only a few are identified, most of them relatives of Lucie Fain. “Miss Lucie Fain” imprinted on the cover of the album. A few later photographs are tucked into the album.
Mission Home / Home for the Friendless in Knoxville (photographs, ephemera)
Montgomery Thornburgh residences (photographs)
Jacob Montgomery Thornburgh residence, Tenth Street, Knoxville, Tenn. (originally 304 N. Second St., Old West Knoxville). Ca. 1890. House was partially destroyed by fire and razed for the 1982 World’s Fair; Montgomery Thornburgh residence, New Market, Tenn. Home of Jacob Montgomery and Thomas Tipton. 5x7” copy photographs B&W
Montvale Springs stereographs. By T.M. Schleier.
Morristown tintypes of young women
Collection of 14 tintypes of young girls from the Morristown area, most with photographer identification and all but one person identified as well. Possibly all students at some female academy? Images are each about the size of a thumb nail. Each in a paper envelope with photographer’s name stamped on the verso
Morton Rose research files.
Articles: Stream Driving Logs Down the River; William Lyon’s Log Cabin; Property Owners on Kingston Pike & Sequoyah Hills; Early Grants in Sevier County; D. M. Rose & Co. (General History, Steamboats, Three Rivers Packet Co.); Rose Fiberglass Co. (Product Pictures, General History); Pictures 2008-2500 Family & Business; tombstone Pictures (Highland Memorial, Knoxville; Old Gray, Knoxville, Seven Islands, Knox Co., Chattanooga
Moulder, Hunt, O’Conner, and Albers Family Documents and Photographs.
Moulder, Hunt, O’Conner, and Albers family documents and photographs
“Mountain Cinderella and Her Prince” Portrait of Lucinda Williams and Fuller Potter (Acme Photo, Cleveland Bureau)
“Mountain Cinderella and Her Prince” Portrait of Lucinda Williams and Fuller Potter (Acme Photo, Cleveland Bureau) 8-10-1936 (A38153)
Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn.
SPC 2012.012.001 Submitted ID: Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn.. Ca. 1915. 5.5x3.25” sepia snapshot. 1 pc.
Mounted panoramic photograph, ‘Headquarters, Department of the Gulf.’
Mounted panoramic photograph, ‘Headquarters, Department of the Gulf.’ Sepia. Edwards & Son, Atlanta, Ga. Photograph is 8.5 x 19.25” mounted on 11.5 x 22” board. Shows group of man, women and children posed in front of building at 198. Many are wearing ribbons or badges. On front row, one African American (or someone dressed to look African American) with hair in scarf and wearing a sign ‘All Samee, Me Likee, CLAUBER, No Leekee.’
Mrs. Edward F. (Florence Rogers) McCrossin Collection.
Papers and photographs gathered from the family of the creator of this collection Mrs. Edward F. McCrossin -- including the McGhee and Niles families and their relatives of Riverside and Niles Ferry. Includes the family history “Documents, Letters, News clippings, Index of Photographs and Portraits, Biographical Sketches and a Genealogical Chart relative to the family of Mrs. Edward F. McCrossin, nee Florence Niles Rogers, between the years 1813-1948.”
Mrs. G.K. Walters Scrapbook.
Mrs. James Bowman Historic Photographs
B&W snapshots: Springdale Baptist Church (2 pcs.); Charles McClung House “Statesview” (1 pc.); Samuel McSpadden house (2 pcs.); Brazelton house (2 pcs.); Arthur Henley house at Chota (3 pcs.).
Mrs. Mary Faust and two children
Mrs. Mary Faust (age 108) and two children “Coon” and “Sis.” At their log cabin home near Andersonville, Anderson County, Tenn. Sepia 4 x 6”, mounted on board with printed text on back. Copyright 1910.
Mrs. Sue Boyd Barton’s Collection of Civil War cartes-de-visites (CDVs)
Mynderse School Includes exterior; office interior; children in schoolyard. B&W 8 x 10”.
Namuni Young Photographs
Nannie Lee Hicks Photograph Collections
Twenty-five B&W 3.5x5” snapshots and matching safety base negatives. Used in two books by Nannie Lee Hicks or her classes: Historic Treasure Spots of Knox County and History of Knox County Communities, vol. 5. (both in the McClung Collection).
Napoleon O. Goddard and Walter Jewett, motormen
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.
Nativity Pageant at St. John’s Episcopal Church
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”
Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) aerial photographs of Knox County
Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Knox County aerial photographs transferred from the Knox County Soil Conservation Office.
New Cedar Grove School
New Cedar Grove School, Knox County, Tenn. Exterior. 1911.
New Market, Tenn., Church Homecoming. Aug. 13-22, no year. Brazelton’s Studio (photographs) Gift of John Coker.
Photograph of African-American church homecoming group, Aug. 13-22, no year. New Market, Tenn. Brazelton’s Studio. Damaged photograph; mounted on cardboard. (McClung made copy neg. June 1997)
New Market, Tenn.(photographs)
New Market, Tenn.: -One photograph of small building with 3 African American men in front; -Young African American woman holding book ‘Thy Kingdom Come.’ word Brazelton written on bottom; -Young African American woman holding diploma(?), words L .D. Fagg, Knoxville, Tenn. written on bottom; -Portrait of African American man; -Outdoor photograph of white woman with two children.
New Pleasant Ridge School
New Pleasant Ridge School. Two exteriors: one close-up; one showing new concrete walk built by the School Improvement League. sepia 8 x 10”.
Newcomb, Tenn. Schools
Newspaper clippings and photographs, Tommy Ford
Documents his career in sports as a baseball player and later manager of the American Legion Club
Nicholson Art League photograph of a dramatic presentation of “The Misdemeanors of Nancy”
SPC 2017.008 Nicholson Art League photograph of a dramatic presentation of “The Misdemeanors of Nancy,” a first for the League, performed on April 27, 1911. An article ran in the Knoxville Journal on April 28. This is a rare early photograph of an Art League event. Artist Robert L. Mason was in the cast as was Mrs. A. L. Freeman (Susan Branson, Lloyd Branson's sister). About 5x7.75” sepia print glued to glass. 1 pc. Framed paintings on the walls.
Color snapshot of Nikki Giovanni, [ca. 1970].
- Subject: Photographs X
- Photographs 737
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 126
- Portraits 105
- Group portraits 72
- Schools 67
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 31
- Dwellings 29
- Scrapbooks 29
- Postcards 26
- Children 25
- Business enterprises 22
- Panoramic photographs 21
- Women 21
- African Americans 19
- Genealogy 18
- Military personnel 18
- Uniforms 18
- Artifacts 17
- Events 16
- Tennessee History World War, 1914-1918 16 + ∧ less
- English 129
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 7
- French 1