Showing Collections: 691 - 720 of 810
One stereograph. SPC 2016.002 Tennessee and K. & C. R.R. Bridge. Stereoscopic Views of Knoxville and Vicinity by McCrary & Branson, Photograph and Portrait Artists, Dealers In Mouldings, Frames, Photographic & Artists Materials. 130 Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Old railroad bridge over Second Creek, Knoxville, Tenn.
Tennessee County Agents, 4th annual conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. December 9-14, 1918. (photographs)
Tennessee County Agents, 4th annual conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. December 9-14, 1918. Oversize framed photograph.
Tennessee Deaf and Dumb School- Knoxville, Tenn. Four 4.25x3” sepia photographs mounted on one board with handwritten title at bottom. Views of the buildings, including one of men on the steps. 1 pc. (stains and missing lower right corner). Pencil note on back: ? A. Watson(?), Aug. 13, 1894(?).
Tennessee Deaf and Dumb School - Knoxville, TN. Four 4.25x3” sepia photographs mounted on one board with title at bottom. Views of the buildings with handwritten labels, including one of men on the steps. 1 pc. Building was later Knoxville City Hall.
Cellulose acetate, Tennessee Eastman Corporation Plant, Kingsport, Tenn. May 19, 1936. B&W 9x7” 1 pc. Shows man with ladle or scoop at large vat of white substance. + invoice and certificate of authenticity.
Fifth Annual Meeting- Tennessee Forest Patrol Men. Knoxville, Tenn. Jan. 1926. 8x10” sepia print (damaged: including insect holes). Back row, 4th from left is George Meyers who served as Forest Patrolman for the Cades Cove area. Photograph may have been taken at the Southern RR Depot, Knoxville.
Tennessee Governors’ graves (photographs by Hugh L. Beardsley, 1937 + 1938 WPA transcript of Governors’ graves in Greenwood Cemetery).
Fifteen photographs of the graves of Isham Harris, Malcolm R. Patterson, and Governors Blount, McMinn and Sevier. Taken by Hugh L. Beardsley, 1937. + 1938 WPA transcript of Governor’s graves in Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville and related correspondence (3 pcs.) + handwritten list of governors and dates.
TMI graduation invitation 1940; Postcards-- Chattanooga Incline Railway, TMI; Photograph--TMI Company B
Tennessee River frozen solid at the Gay Street Bridge, Knoxville (1918)
Tennessee State Senate, 53rd General Assembly, 1903-1905. Oversize photograph (in folder, not framed)
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Finance Division panoramic photograph, December 5, 1935. (Gift of Bob & Elaine Russell)
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Finance Division panoramic photograph, December 5, 1935. (Gift of Bob & Elaine Russell) (11x21”)
"Tennessee Valley Area: Profile of Tennessee & Clinch Rivers Showing Existing & Proposed Dams" color map of Tennessee Valley Reverse: Photographs of TVA dams, during construction and in operation.
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Oversize Photographs. Pat Bernard Ezell from TVA identified these photographs as like those printed and sold in the Haney Building in the Map Sales Dept. for many years. Favorites with the public. Most or all from negatives shot by Lewis Hine for TVA
SPC 2014.011.001 View of Unaka Springs, Tenn. Taken July 1918. Approx. 4x6”, glued to black paper. Faded. Shows view of river, bridge. SPC 2014.01.002 View of Chestoa, Tenn, 1/2 mile from Unaka Springs. View of river, bridge, buildings. Approx. 4x6”, glued to black paper. Faded.
Seven photographs of The Last Run (K.T.L. electric cars replaced with modern motor buses). August 1, 1947. 7 4x5” B&W prints. Stamped on back: Simpson’s Studio, 3740 Timber Circle S.E., Knoxville, Tenn 37920.
The Little Family, 1895 (date written on back of photograph). Seated, l-r: Frank Armstrong Little (2-22-1833--10-23-1924), Margaret Adelia Chamberlain Little (6-3-1832--2-12-1903) (daughter of Ninnian Chamberlain), Julia Elizabeth White Little (wearing 1892 wedding dress). Standing, far right: Francis Robert Little. 8x6” photograph on 10x8” backing. Faded sepia. 1 pc.
The Old Park Hotel, Clinton, Tennessee. Chuck Ochiltree.
Theodore Hunt’s father. Taken by A.T. Hunt, Photographer. No. 13, Gay St., Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc.
Rev. Thomas Brown and family, papers and photographs. 3 folders relating to the Rev. Thomas Brown or members of his family. Contains papers (Box 2) and 2 composite photographs (Flat Storage): The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg, PA, 1883 (or 1833) and 47th General Assembly of the Tennessee State Senate, 1891-1892. (Inventory available). 2 boxes containing photographs, sermons, Bible lessons, John Patton Brown, and Thomas Guthrie Brown (& photo).
Boxes filled with varied sizes of glass plate negatives by Jim Thompson, including 4”x5”, 5”x7”, 7”x11”, and oversized. Approximately 1400 negatives. These negatives are some of the oldest surviving work of James (Jim) Thompson. The earliest known date is 1907.
Prints done from glass plate negatives in the Thompson Photograph Collection in the 1980’s by David Verrico on RC (resin coated) paper.
Three men in uniform in front of Lonsdale line streetcar, ca. 1909-1918. l-r: Verner M. Johnson, unknown, Motorman Virgil Pollard. 1 pc. Mounted.
- 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