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Two 8 x 10” B&W photographs taken by Wm. Amick, Photography-Visual Sales, Tampa, Fla.. SPC 2015.003.001 Cas Walker (3rd from left) under awning with four other people. ‘Cas Walker’s Stables’ on trunk. . SPC 2015.003.002 Back of bus ‘Horses. Cas Walker’s Stables. Pass cautiously--driver asleep.’ 1954 on license plate.
CDV of Father Abram Ryan in 1862 while in Knoxville.
CDV of Seymour A. Mynders (born 1861) in military uniform. On back: The Lindsey Art Gallery No. 108 Gay Street Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten on back: Seymour A. Mynders Captain Company “C” President Phiol-mathesian Society University of Tennessee. + photocopy of typescript biography of Mynders.
CDV portraits of Mrs. O.P. Temple and Miss Mary Boyce Temple, both 1870.
1. Central High School Class of 1938. Thompson Inc. Photo A-2209 (McClung Collection does not have negative). Sepia. 13x10.” 2. Central High School Class of 1941. Thompson Inc. Photo A-4825 (McClung Collection does not have negative). B&W. 13.25x10.”
Charles T. Gilliam, Appt., Corporal Inf., U. S. Army 1 June 1918, Camp Jackson, S.C. + Group portrait [enlistees?] Clinton, Tenn.
Charles T. Gilliam, Appt., Corporal Inf., U.S. Army 1 June 1918, Camp Jackson, South Carolina. + Group portrait [WWI enlistees, train station, Clinton, Tenn?] by Clinton Art Studio
Chattanooga Daily Times Confederate Reunion Supplement, October 25, 1921. Jefferson Davis on the cover. Page with Father Abram Ryan and his poem The Conquered Banner. 16 pp. Very brittle and in pieces. (ephemera)
Two photographs of Chattanooga families. Unidentified.
Panoramic photograph (8 x 20”) labeled ‘Chickamauga Dam 1-8-37.’ ‘Photo Rell Clements.’ Group of men in front of building. Sepia.
Christian H. Stump and wife (Mary Ann Carmon Stump) of Sevier County [2 crayon art portraits]; Stump was the furniture maker with whom Lewis Buckner worked around 1910. Donor is the descendant (great-granddaughter) of Christian Stump.
Civil War photographs (tintypes) of Tenn. soldiers, possibly Martin or Rimmer families from Jefferson County, Tenn.
Pair of Union Civil War tintypes (tinted) housed in a octagonal gutta percha case. Subjects are brothers from Jefferson County, Tenn from the Martin or Rimmer family. Case measures 3" H x 2 1/2" W. Condition: Overall very good condition.
Five snapshots (2 are duplicates) of District C, CCC workers. 1934. Sepia. SPC 2017.011.001a Two men, no shirts, standing in front of building. Victor Wihera at right. 2 copies. SPC 2017.011.001b Co. 12 (120?) C.C.C. spelled out in rocks on the ground; two men nearby. 1 pc. SPC 2017.011.001c ”Here are the boys in my tent except the one in the front in his B.V.D.’s.” 2nd row, left: Victor Wihera. 2 copies.
Col. Henry Ashby. Two 35 mm B&W negatives of Col. Henry Ashby taken of the original photograph.
Conductors and supervisors at streetcar barn. N.D. Shows Vestal and Lyons View streetcars in background. Newspaper clipping about “Mr. Jim” (James A. Blankenship” taped to back of photograph.) B&W 8x10”.
Congressman John J . Duncan (Portrait photograph) signed to Daniel Edward Johnson (Photographer Anton)
SPC 2017.009.001a Copy photograph of West View School sixth grade, ca. 1948. Knoxville, Tenn. 5x7”. B&W copy photograph. 1 pc. SPC 2017.009.001b Photocopy of IDs on back of original photograph (not at McClung Collection). 1 pc.
Copy photograph of young boy standing on sidewalk, Knoxville (Asylum / Western Avenue?, Clinch Avenue?). Shows streetcar and horse and buggy in background. From the William J. McCoy, Jr., family album.
SPC 1996.017a - Copy photographs from Knaffl glass plate negatives. 3 pcs. in 2 envelopes. B&W 8 x 10”. One sheet contains 4 circular photographic images (no ID); SPC 1996.017b - two portraits of unidentified women
On back of mounted photograph: ‘Property of the late John Ernest Yoe, loaned by his sister Della Yoe. “Crack” Y.M. Gymnasium athletes of yesteryear.’ see back for IDs: names include John Borden, B. G. Alexander (athletic director), William Tonn(?), Sam House, John Ernest Yoe, Dick Boyd, C. W. Biddle, Edgar McSpadden, John Logan, Matt Whittle. Image area 8.75 x 6.75.”
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.
D.M. Rose and Company lumber company employees. 1887. B&W 8x10” copy photograph. Copy neg. available 11/85.
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."
Memorial to officers Robert T. Saylor and William Dinwiddie re: arrest of outlaw Harvey Logan, 1915. Postcard picturing William Dinwiddie. Ca. 1914 newspaper clipping re: death of Dinwiddie.
September 26, 1929, letter from [important Nashville woman artist] E[lla] S[ophonisba] Hergesheimer, Reading, Penn., to Mrs. [C. J.] McClung. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.). Re: details and price of painting a portrait of Matthew McClung from a miniature.
East Tennessee Farmers Association, 36th annual convention. Knoxville, Tenn. May 18-20, 1909. (photographs)
East Tennessee Farmers Association, 36th annual convention. Knoxville, Tenn. May 18-20, 1909. Oversize photograph.
- Photographs 161
- Portraits 151
- Group portraits 90
- Schools 23
- Children 20
- Women 20
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 18
- Uniforms 18
- Cartes de visite (CDVs) 11
- Dwellings 11
- Military personnel 10
- African Americans 9
- Events 8
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 7
- Business enterprises 6
- Clubs and organizations 6
- Panoramic photographs 6
- Politicians 6
- Artifacts 5
- Branson, Lloyd, 1853-1925 5 + ∧ less
- English 45
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 5