Showing Collections: 181 - 210 of 250
Printed photographic portrait of Robert L. Taylor with printed quote “His Ambition” underneath portrait. Sepia. Image area 10.5 x 13.5.” Copyrighted 1913 by the Bob Taylor Publishing Company.
Hand-tinted portrait (4"x6") of unidentified woman in presentation folder; photographer's mark "The Blake Studio Knoxville, Tenn." stamped at bottom of folder (Blake Studio was in business in Knoxville from 1907-1933)
1 black-and-white portrait of Knoxville inventor Weston Fulton by knaffl & Brakebill of Knoxville, mounted in oversize folder (labelled “Mezzotone Print)
Portrait photograph of Howard Baker (color)
a) Portrait of Alice Josephine Smithson, hand-tinted, oval, framed, 14.25"x12.25", hand-written on back "Alice Josephine Smithson 1924" (twin sister of Nancy Rebecca Smithson Johnston, 12/23/1906-10/10/1996) b) Portrait of Nancy Rebecca Smithson, hand-tinted, oval, framed, 14"x12", hand-written on back "Nancy Rebecca Smithson 1924", stamp on back "Knaffl & Brakebill Knoxville" (twin sister of Alice Josephine Smithson Buford, 12/23/1906-7/20/1996)
Two photographic portraits of Dr. Herbert Acuff (died 1951), Knoxville physician. One portrait about 8x10” sepia toned portrait by Fabian Bachrach, Boston. In mat and presentation folder. Second photograph is sepia, 12.5 x 15.5”. Dr. Acuff from side angle, holding A Surgeon’s World (book). Separated from mat backing, signed (unreadable). Housed in 2 folders.
George Cafego Abe Shires Bobby Majors Jack Reynolds Herman Hickman Bob Johnson Austin Denney Doug Atkins Bill Johnson Charles Rosenfelder Buddy Cruze Bill Pearman John Michels Bob Foxx Paul Naumoff Gene McEver Bud Sherrod Dick Huffman Ted Daffer Bowden Wyatt Frank Emanuel Bobby Dodd Paper labels affixed to front of picture with IDs.
Portraits of young boys in fancy dress clothing: Percy Jones Warwick (age 5, Nov. 17) in jacket with knickers; Clarence Lafayette Warwick (age 4, Nov.? 4) in Little Lord Fauntleroy style outfit). Both by Brakebill & McCoy, Knoxville, Tenn..
Copy photographs of: group of postmen on the steps of the old Post Office and Custom House, Knoxville, Tenn (ID on back, with two Gossetts); Erastus Gossett in postman’s uniform with son Dewey in his mail bag. May 2, 1901. 4x6” sepia tone copy prints. ID in envelope.
Prints: Portraits of East Tennesseans. Mostly original prints taken from printed sources.
5x7” negatives + prints (made in ETHC darkroom) of prominent Knoxvillians (Dr. Herbert Acuff; City Managers, Knoxville, 1936 includes James Elmore; Col. Claude Reeder; Price Family; Miss Edith Wise; Judd Mynatt; Dutch Fanz; L.M.G. Baker; Mr. and Mrs. George Ohler).
David Crockett Born at Limestone Aug. 17, 1786. McCrary & Branson. Reproduction of drawing of Davy Crockett. On back: McCrary & Branson Photograph & Portrait Artists. No. 130 Gay St. Knoxville, Tenn. 4.25 x 6.5” 1 pc.
SPC 2009.006.001 Rev. Mrs. V.R. Robinson, Evangelist, Newport, Tenn. SPC 2009.006.002 unidentified building SPC 2009.006.003 unidentified man SPC 2009.006.004 unidentified woman SPC 2009.006.005, 006, and 007 single portraits of unidentified women SPC 2009.004 and 007 have a note on the back:’ photo found during demolition of Black church and school in Scuffle Town, Hots Springs, N.C., during the 1970s.’
Printed on board front: “Large family groups and pictures of residences a specialty.” and “W. E. Singleton, Photographer, 257 Gay St., Knoxville, Tenn.” Written on back: “ Ridgedale “Sulphur Springs” Showing hotel from the east side. Coal Creek Sept 9th, 1892”
SPC 2010.005.001 John Cruze Galvanized Iron & Tin Work. 419 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Faded & torn from backing. 7.5 x 5.75”. SPC 2010.005.002 G. W. Romines in [streetcar] conductor uniform. Blake Studio, Knoxville, Tenn. Sepia; postcard backing. About 3x5”. SPC 2010.005.003 Howard & Ruth [Romines?]. Sepia; postcard backing. About 3x5”. SPC 2010.005.004 Unidentified group, probably a school group. Holding sign: 1927 Sept. 7. Sepia, 8 x 10”.
First boy choir of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1895. Some IDs taped on back.
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).
Scrapbook (partial) with 17 snapshots: Porter Family Summer, 1941 (Given in memory of Eugene L. Porter.)
Senate, Sixty-Sixth General Assembly of the State of Tennessee. Composite (lists names and county or title under pictures). Image area 18.5 x 12.25” Small tear in upper center.
Sequoyah (color print) of the Official [Oklahoma] State Portrait of the Cherokee leader Sequoyah (George Guess) painted by Oklahoma artist Charles Banks Wilson. The portrait hangs in the Oklahoma State Capitol.
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.
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.
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.
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.