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Snapshots of Park City Presbyterian Church and Manse, Knoxville, Tenn. (1 sepia, 1 B&W, fading).
Paul C. Wyatt, World War II Photograph Albums. Includes: World War II photograph album, kept by Paul C. Wyatt of Knoxville. 30 photographs of scenes, soldiers, and related images in North Africa and Italy. Also, a smaller album titled: "Service Record" with soldier photographs and photo postcard views. Gift of Ron Allen 2005.
Peabody School. Includes exterior; boys outside playing tug-of-war; girls outside. B&W 8x10”.
Penny Picture of unidentified woman. Veno Process. Biddle & Moulden, Knoxville, Tenn.
Photocopies of photographs taken by Lewis W. Hine for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) of the Norris Dam area, and scenes of East Tennessee life (including making sorghum molasses, weaving, spinning, Southern Potteries, Kingsport Press, CCC camp, etc.).
44 snapshots glued to album pages, 1 loose print. Ca. 1912-1914. Includes Sunshine Rest Cottage, wing Bridge, Elkmont, Little River, Little River Railroad.
Photograph album donated by Miss Gussie Tutterow; owner of album not known. 4 x 5 6/8” album with 20 CDVs (cartes-de-visite), 4 tintypes, and 2 index cards. Most are unidentified portraits. Two IDs: Josie Hundly (?) and toddler Annie Pearl Hayes (born 1875). One of the index cards has an untitled poem with the repeated line ‘In the Upper Garden.’
Photograph album, Fox family, Greeneville, Tenn. Some by J. Bushong, photographer, Athens, Tenn. Album in poor condition, front cover missing: contains 4 unidentified portraits. Also: 5 unidentified cartes-de-visites; 2 unidentified tintypes; 2 identified tintypes (Thomas A. McCarty, born 1861, and M.B. McCarty, born 1866).
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.
“Photos by Jimmy Myers.” One photograph album (10x13”) with B&W prints mounted on pages. Subjects include Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1940, dedication of Great Smoky Mountains National Park), University of Tenn. football, Knoxville and regional street scenes, Gay Street Christmas lights, and visiting celebrities, 1938-1940. Jimmy Myers was a photographer for the Knoxville Journal, then fought in World War II, and returned to work for the Tenn. Valley Authority (TVA).
Photograph album with 15 photographs, 1937-1938. Taken by A.B. Loy. Subjects include: Tellico Plains log yard, poplar and other trees, head waters of Tellico River, cabin of C.A. Moles, J.P. Vestal et al., Little Tennessee River, Fort Loudon.
Unidentified photographic portraits of African Americans, mostly by Knoxville Studios. One album. 35 photographs. Ca. 1890. Only name in album is Miss Ida Williams.
Photograph of John H. Williams and Martha Williams (framed, color tinted, ca 1915?) John Houck Williams (1891-1974) and wife Martha Patterson Williams (1892-1969) are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. The couple moved from Sevier County to Knoxville. John Williams worked at Rohm Haas and was a veteran of World War I.
Photograph of Joseph Cullen Root (1844-1913) founder of the Woodmen of the World (1890)
Color copy photograph of painting, Knoxville Blockhouse by Lloyd Branson.
Childhood photograph of Mary Isabel Thompson Adair (1886-1945) (m. Charles A. Shipe) Buried in Washington Presbyterian Church, Knox County)
Photograph of Mary Jane Spangler Green (ca. 1825- ca. 1916) Civil War widow and self-identified weaver living in the Lost Creek section of Union County. The Museum has a quilt that she made.
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.”
Photograph of the 1910 International Truck (copy from printed photograph)
Ca. 2005 color snapshot (sent as a postcard with inked message from Grace Boyd on back and cancelled stamp). Photograph of the grave of Belle Boyd, "La Belle Rebelle," Confederate spy . She was in the Dells, then known as Kilbourn, in June 1900 when she died of a heart attack. Donor inked an ID on the front of the snapshot.
Photographic negatives of Archie Campbell (taken by?) (envelope says Brand Edmonds 1-85). B&W, 35 mm (5 Print File sheets) and 120 mm. (5 Print File sheets).
Approximately 11x14” sepia photographic portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Staub. Each framed in simple matching wood frames. Photographs by McCrary & Branson. 2 pcs.
- Subject: Photographs X
- Photographs 739
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 128
- 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
- Women 21
- Panoramic photographs 20
- African Americans 19
- Genealogy 18
- Military personnel 18
- Uniforms 18
- Artifacts 17
- Events 16
- Tennessee History World War, 1914-1918 16 + ∧ less
- English 133
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- French 1