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Promotional portrait of Big John Tate by Champion Promotions Inc. Autographed.
Three portraits with “Branson” signature underneath. One color portrait of seated woman; one black-and-white portrait of two children, seated; one black-and-white portrait of child, standing. All unidentified.
Carl Sublett (1919-2008) Graphite Self-portrait (1964) Graphite Portrait of Walter Hollis (Holly) Stevens (1927-1980) (1964).
Two photographs of Chattanooga families. Unidentified.
Crayon art portraits: James Houston and Sarah Elizabeth Graves Bailey; Robert Tate and Sarah Emmiline Campbell Gound.
The oval portrait is James Houston and Sarah Elizabeth Graves Bailey. The larger portrait is Robert Tate and Sarah Emmiline Campbell Gound.
Black-and-white group portrait of men in dairy uniforms outside a building with "Dairy Hall" in an arch over the door. Photographers mark in corner "Brakebill & McCoy; Knoxville Tenn."
Press release by the East Tennessee Historical Society on the results of sending the John Porter McCowan portrait to Oak Ridge National Laboratory's High Temperature Materials Laboratory for infrared study. The infrared camera revealed an underpainting of watermill landscape. The underpainting further supports suspicion the unsigned portrait was painted by Lloyd Branson.
Frank L. Youse portrait
Front: Black-and-white portrait of Frank L. Youse at Camp Poland. Man seated in chair in front of tent.
Back: Handwritten inscription “Compliments of Frank L. Youse to Katherine Kern Aug. 6, 1898. Knoxville Tenn. “Camp Life”
Two group photos of the Frazier family, circa 1951 and 2003. Identifications written on back. One portrait (copy photograph) Stanley Frazier, uncle of David Frazier. Includes negative.
Black-and-white panoramic circuit camera photograph of a group of people in front of the Tennessee State Capitol Building. Front: "Governor Alf Taylor, State Officials and Employees of the Capitol - December 1921." Stamped on back "Tibbs Photo Co. "We photograph anything under the sun" 146 1/2 Third Ave … Nashville Tenn."
Group portrait at Opening for exhibit featuring Tennessee artists at National Museum of Women in the Arts
Group portrait at Opening for exhibit featuring Tennessee artists at National Museum of Women in the Arts. Left to right: unknown, Patricia Neal, Al Gore, Tipper Gore, Mary Costa, Patricia Howard. December 3, 1993.
Includes article from Knoxville News-Sentinel about opening.
SV 2003.006.001 Stereoview photograph of James Calvin Dwyer (born 1858) and Family. He moved to East Tennessee in 1895 to work with the Orphans Industrial School and Home. 1 pc.
Black-and-white photographs by Jane Gray Buchanan taken during travels throughout the world. Includes four articles about the artist and her husband, Joel Buchanan.
Locations include Argentina, Australia, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Egypt, Florida, France, Indonesia, Ireland, Massachusetts, Morocco, Portugal, Russia, Tennessee, and Utah.
Jane Huff Stokely (1785-1865) was born in Va., the daughter of John Huff and Elinor Corder Huff, who moved to Cocke County when she was a small child. She and her brother Isaac were scalped by Indians and left for dead in 1792. She survived and always wore a bonnet to cover her scalp. She married Royal Stokely in 1805 and became the mother of ten children. The family lived in the Del Rio community. (See article by Eddie Walker, Newport Plain Talk, July 17, 1996).
Jean Fulton (portrait, sepia photograph) + family records; 1 photograph portrait (mounted on board) (Knaffl & Brakebill, Knoxville).
Color group portrait of the five mayors, former and current, of Knox County, Tenn. The position title was County Executive until 1999. Taken May 5, 2022 at the City-County Building (Knoxville, Tenn.) seated: Dwight Kessel (1980-1994) standing (l-r): Tim Burchett (2010-2018), Tommy Schumpert (1994-2002), Glenn Jacobs (2018-), Mike Ragsdale (2002-2010)
Four photographs of portrait miniatures. Knaffl & Bros. photographer's mark. Unidentified.
Knoxville Gulf Oil distributor group photo, 1930. B&W 8 x 10, Photo shows Gulf employees in uniform and delivery trucks and equipment. 1930 Tenn. tags visible on trucks.
1. Studio close up, sepia-tone portrait pose, in studio folio with art deco design. Photo by People's Studio, Gay Street. Unidentified patrolman has badge number 49 on cap and breast badge. 8"x10" 2. Unmounted photo taken outdoors. Officer No. 49 seated on Harley Davidson motorcycle equipped with siren, lights, and radio. No photographer mark. 5"x7"
Lincoln and Johnson 1864 campaign button (circular tin-type, embossed, with red ribbon). Image on both sides.
Miniature portrait of Spencer Clack Gist. Lt. Spencer Clack Gist 1807-1847, Vera Cruz of yellow fever during war with Mexico. First cadet appointed to Annapolis from Tennessee. Joined the Navy in 1826 and served 21 years. Picture made in Rome Italy. “Spencer C. Gist, Midshipman, 1 May, 1826; Passed Midshipman 28 April; Lieutenant, 8 March 1837; died 22 October, 1847.” “The Journals of Daniel Noble Johnson, 1822-1863, United States Navy.”
Supplement to Knoxville Tribune, May 22, 1896. Announcement of North Knoxville School graduates and commencement exercises at Staub’s Theater, May 21, 1896. Portraits of 7 graduates: Miss Bertha Hargis, Miss Helen E. Lynn, Miss Alice B. Miller, Miss Ethel A. Deming, Nathan Gammon, Miss Mary L. Murphy, and MIss Florence E. Fair.
Advertisement card for an “Old Fashioned Revival beginning Sunday, April 17, 1938 at the Knoxville Baptist Tabernacle” Includes photograph of Reverend W. F. Gregory, Pastor and Reverend Ernest T. Crawford, Musical Director.
October 1924 — On Cliff Top of Mt. LeConte — To discuss organization. Charley Barber, Frank Wilson, Baxter Gass, Guy Barber, Charley Kane, Charley Lester, Marshall Wilson, Louise Smith, Caesar Stair, Douglas Smith, Besse Geagley, George Barber, W. H. McCroskey, Carlos Campbell, and T. S. McKinney. Photo by Jim Thompson from pg 6 of The Golden Years of the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club: Smoky Mountains Hiking Club History 1924-1974
- Portraits 28
- Group portraits 13
- Photographs 7
- Artifacts 4
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 4
- Panoramic photographs 3
- Uniforms 3
- Branson, Lloyd, 1853-1925 2
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 2
- Confederate States of America (CSA) 2
- Dwellings 2
- Family portraits 2
- McClung, Charles 2
- Miniature portraits 2
- Promotional materials 2
- Tennessee -- Politics and government 2
- Acuff, Dr. Herbert, 1886-1951 1
- Advertisements 1
- African Americans 1
- Agee, James Rufus, 1909-1955 1 + ∧ less