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Scrapbook of Miss Ruth Davis, ca. 1912-1914. Includes snapshots, programs, calling cards, autographs, etc. Mostly about Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Va., and a few Knoxville items.
Framed photographs; Newman family photographs; papers and documents; books and publications printed by the company; 84 pieces of wooden type
Family Bible of S.L. Jenkins (1828-1908). The name Etta R. Jenkins is written in the front of the Bible. Also contains Buckner family entries. The Illustrated Polyglot Household Bible. Ziegler, McCurdy & Co. Philadelphia, 1870. + Loose papers from the Bible in a separate folder including S.L. Jenkins mourning card, several photographs.
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.
Sallie McDowell Moffett (Mrs. John T. Moffett) Papers, 1832-1916). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Armistead. (photographs, scrapbooks).
Daguerreotype of Sam Houston taken by S. K. Nicholson in his rooms in Hartford, CT in 1846. In original case (leather spine of case was restored by Don Etherington in 1999).
Photographs of Sandford Day Ironworks baseball team and parade floats
Savage Garden photographs, Fountain City, Tenn. Ca. 1920s. + 120 mm. copy negs. (12/92)
Savage Zinc Mine records, Jefferson County, Tenn. Includes business papers, photographs, zinc ore samples, 3 rolled maps. Mine closed in late 1996.
Scopes Trial, Dayton, Tennessee, 1925; photographs of the Scopes (Monkey) Trial
Scrapbook (partial) with 17 snapshots: Porter Family Summer, 1941 (Given in memory of Eugene L. Porter.)
Senate of the Tennessee 51st General Assembly, 1899. Composite. Speaker Seid Waddell. Benton McMillin, Governor. Calvert Bros. & Taylor, Photographers. Nashville, Tenn 1 pc..
The photographs were mounted on a board and framed for display. Possibly the framed photos came from Karl Baum. Photos marked “Copyright 1915 Jas. E. Thompson” and include stamp “Thompson Photographer Knoxville”
Color panorama of students and staff at Sequoyah Elementary on the basketball court outside. Students near the front of the group are holding letters to make a message "E. TN HIST. SOCIETY WE LOVE YOU" Printed at the bottom of the photo in white letters "Sequoyah Elementary School March 4, 1994"
Seven copy photographs used in Tennessee Ancestors, vol. 7, no. 1 (1991). Includes: 2 color snapshots of the tombstones of 2 B&W copy photographs of Jacob Pile (?) and Evangeline Comfort Williams Pile(?); 3 5x7” B&W copy prints of William Walker, Mary Seaton Walker, and the William Walker house.
Earlier photographs are family photographs; later photographs include company photographs of salesmen, C. M. McClung Co.
SPC 2016.006.001 Rev. J.T. Sexton and family to Rev. J.W.(?) Anderson. Feb. 28, 1906. Biddle’s 18 Market Square Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten names: Charlie, Willis, Mollie, Eva. 5 x 3.5” oval print mounted on board, sepia. 1 pc. SPC 2016.006.002 Rev. Thos. Sexton, The Blacksmith Preacher, and his family. Handwritten names: Amy(?) (May?), Ruth. 3.75 x 5.5” oval picture, printed. 1 pc.
Signal Knitting Mills Strike Chattanooga (Tenn.) Photographs Charles Hinkel
Civil War tin type in Daguerreo style Union Case embossed with the eagle and U.S. flag. Lt. S. M, Mort is in uniform, seated, holding a sword. The buttons and bars on the uniform are highlighted in gold. The sash is highlighted in purple. His obituary is folded and in the case. He died July 15, 1869. The obituary includes tributes from men who served with him in the Union army. Mort was a member of the well-known family of potters in Jefferson County, Tenn..
Six studio portraits: 1. Mrs. E. E. Wrinkle, McCrary & Branson 2. Mr. & Mrs. Curtis & child, G. E. Weiser 3. Mrs. Callie Goodwin 4. Homer Rhea 5. Mrs. Lula Vose (?), Jesse Richardson, Maryville, Tenn. 6. Nannie Hutchens, Weiser, Opposite Court House, Knoxville, Tennessee (odd border around photograph).
Six unidentified photographs (cartes d’ visite size) of value for the names and addresses of photographers printed on the verso: J. Bushong, Charleston, Tenn; Smiley’s (T. H. Smiley, Knoxville, Tenn; J. M. Honey, Morristown, Tenn; A. T. Hunt, Knoxville, Tenn.
Six stereographs. SV 2003.003.001 #114 (13881) Indian Family on Prince Edward Island. 1922. c. The Keystone View Co.; SV 2003.003.002 F15 (7847) Wild ginger. c. The Keystone View Co.; SV 2003.003.003 F17 (7849) Flowering dogwood. c. The Keystone View Co.; SV 2003.003.004 #136 (23318) Mounted Sioux and camp. c. The Keystone View Co.; SV 2003.003.005 F45 (7875) Grass of Parnassus. c. The Keystone View Co.; SV 2003.003.006 I67 (V23200) Inside the Hopi Indian house, Grand Canyon, Ariz.
1924 sketching trip to the [Great Smoky] Mountains. L-r: Robert S. McCoy, W.J. McCoy, Jr., Charles C. Krutch. One 8x10” B&W glossy copy photograph.
Smith Drugstore account book [Rutledge, Tenn.] , ca. 1911-14, and copy photograph of Clyde E. Smith , ca. 1930s, 8" x 10" black & white.
Account book for the Smith drugstore [Rutledge, Tenn.], ca. 1911-1914. 1 vol. (poor condition, loose pages, index at front is damaged). + copy photograph of Clyde E. Smith standing in drugstore, ca. 1930s, 8" x 10" black & white. 1 pc.
- Subject: Photographs X
- Photographs 735
- 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 19
- Military personnel 18
- Uniforms 18
- Artifacts 17
- Events 16
- Tennessee History World War, 1914-1918 16 + ∧ less
- English 119
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 7
- French 1