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Research done by Warner Ogden (writer for the Knoxville News-Sentinel) on the downtown Knoxville re-development projects in the 1960s, i.e., the GAY/WAY and the Market Square Project. Some photographs.
Webb’s Store, Knoxville, Tenn.. Exterior, night shot. 8x10” B&W Thompson Company, Knoxville, Tenn.
West End Street Railway, Circle Park, Knoxville, Tenn. 1897. Electric car (streetcar) with 5 men, l-r: unknown; Matt Johnson?; J.E. Phelps (died 1904), conductor; unknown; Charles F. Wayland, Motorman. Sepia print, mounted.
White Family photograph album (ca 1868) from family of Hugh Andrew May White. (Estate of Mrs. Nancy M. Rodgers) (Mrs. Cowan Rodgers II)
Donated as part of the Bearden History Project. White Store on Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tenn., next to Mann’s Mortuary (where Regions Bank is in 2009). Ca. 1952. Picture was taken to celebrate the new Royal Crown Cola cooler. Woman is Imogene Myers, young man is store manager (name not known). The store also served as the West Knoxville Post Office. 8x10” copy photograph.
Will Parham photographs of Blount County (6 folders), East Tennessee and North Carolina. Also includes some non-photograph material and negatives. Will E. Parham (1860-1946) was a woolen mill operator, a state legislator, and chairman of the Blount County Court for many years. He was considered “the Blount County historian” before such an office existed officially and spent many years researching the history and the family history of Blount County.
Color photographs of houses in Sequoyah Hills taken by Bill Shelton. Houses have not been identified by address or owner.
William Brownlow Patrick Glass Plate negatives (1901) A series of photographs made by William Brownlow Patrick, son of Anne Brownlow and William F. Patrick, grandson of William G. and Eliza Brownlow, of Knoxville with family photographs and identified Knoxville scenes.
William C. George scrapbooks of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) clippings, maps, photographs and publications. (Gift of Gayle Harvey)
William C. George scrapbooks of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) clippings, maps, photographs and publications. Three 3-ring binders. Includes: “TVA Program in text and pictures from the Architectural Forum”; clippings (1950s-1960s); navigation charts / maps; photographs from various dam projects including Wilson Dam, Pickwick, Norris, Hiwassee, Chickamauga, Watauga.
William Ellis House, Sevier County, Tenn (color photographs and negatives) The photographs taken shortly before the house was demolished in 1992. It stood above the French Broad River on the hill above Kyker’s Ferry, It was a brick Federal I -house with outbuildings. The small house built for Mary Ellis still stands. See Robbie D. Jones, The Historic Architecture of Sevier County, Tennessee. Page 205.
Cartes de visite (CDVs) of William G. Brownlow. 23 pcs. Cartes de visite (CDVs) of Andrew Johnson. 14 pcs.
Photographs of William G. Brownlow (copy neg. was made 7/2001), Brownlow’s granddaughter and grandson, and family wedding pictures from 1899 (Clarence Benscoter and Lucille Boynton). 3 folders. Photograph of seated Wm. G. Brownlow with right hand in coat was made from a Matthew Brady negative (Brady’s National Portrait Gallery).
Wm. J. Oliver, President Appalachian Exposition. Oval portrait, B&W. 6x8”, matted and mounted. By Knaffl & Bro. Knoxville, Tenn.
Wilson Lancaster, World War I, b/w photograph in military camp, 1917; Christmas Card (French) 1917 with flags of Allies; Pocket New Testament given to the troops.
Wilson Lancaster, World War I, b/w photograph in military camp, 1917; Christmas Card (French) 1917 with flags of Allies; Pocket New Testament given to the troops. World War I embroidered cards like this Christmas card (also known as “World War I silks”) were made by women in France and Belgium to sell to Allied troops as souvenirs
The Self-Interpreting Pictorial Family Bible (Cincinnati: Jones Bros., 1881) Christopher C. De’Armond and wife Emily Catherine McCallie.
WNOX [Mid -Day Merry Go Round] radio broadcasts. ca. 1945? Two 8x10” B&W photographs. On stage at WNOX radio studio in Knoxville. Lowell Blanchard standing at microphone with 14 members of the cast of the daily radio program, Mid-Day Merry Go Round. One of seated is “Hot Shot Elmer,” one of the two Carlyle brothers. Second picture shows man and small group at microphones with others in background.
Woman sitting on rock in river, rustic bridge in background.
Woodlawn School group, Central Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. B&W 8x10” copy photograph. Copy neg. available 4/88.
Woods Consolidated School, 1912. Ext. sepia 8 x 10”. School takes the place of Vandergriff and Pleasant Gap Schools.
Scrapbook of photographs of Works Progress Administration (W. P. A.) projects, ca. 1935-1943. Compiled by Nell S. Hendrix (June 1943, Knoxville, Tenn.). Snapshots include W. P. A. projects such as roads, bridges, buildings, football stadium in Bristol, Tenn. Detailed captions on back of pictures.
World Trade Center, New York 9-11-2011 (color photographs)
Apparently taken overseas and printed in Chattanooga after the war. Possibly taken in the vicinity of St. Hihiel, Meuse-Argonne campaign. Harry George Ritter was from Knoxville (b. 1900) and served in Battery C of the 114th Field Artillery Unit, 30th Division. Records being in the battle of St. Hihiel in his wartime bible.
World War I (WWI) panoramic photograph of Co. H, 117 Infantry, 30th Div. AEF. Gift of Alma M. Moore.
World War I (WWI) panoramic photograph of Co. H, 117 Infantry, 30th Div. AEF.
World’s Fair slides and 35 mm b-w negatives. Taken by Larry Maloney. World’s Fair Memorabilia.