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“Outdoor view of Lt. Colonel Hannah and “Major” Hannah (dog). Lt. Col. Hannah served in the 4th Tennessee Infantry during the Spanish-American War. His collar devices show “4” and “Tenn” as well as crossed rifles. Taken at Camp Poland, in Knoxville. (information supplied by seller). Printed on mounting card: Chaney Co. C, 4th T.V.I. The Soldier’s Photographer, Camp Poland, Knoxville.
Parson Brownlow (printed carte d visite, etching of Brownlow). Prang & Co., Boston and Washington. 1 pc.
Pencil and charcoal(?) drawing of Charles McClung (1761-1835). (stained). Accompanied by two pieces of wood upon which the drawing was probably placed (also in Museum Box 2). Information about Charles McClung is written on the back of the wood. 1 piece.
Penny Picture of unidentified woman. Veno Process. Biddle & Moulden, Knoxville, Tenn.
Photograph album donated by Miss Gussie Tutterow; owner of album not known. 4 x 5 6/8” album with 20 CDVs (cartes-de-visite), 4 tintypes, and 2 index cards. Most are unidentified portraits. Two IDs: Josie Hundly (?) and toddler Annie Pearl Hayes (born 1875). One of the index cards has an untitled poem with the repeated line ‘In the Upper Garden.’
Photograph album, Fox family, Greeneville, Tenn. Some by J. Bushong, photographer, Athens, Tenn. Album in poor condition, front cover missing: contains 4 unidentified portraits. Also: 5 unidentified cartes-de-visites; 2 unidentified tintypes; 2 identified tintypes (Thomas A. McCarty, born 1861, and M.B. McCarty, born 1866).
Photograph album with 15 photographs, 1937-1938. Taken by A.B. Loy. Subjects include: Tellico Plains log yard, poplar and other trees, head waters of Tellico River, cabin of C.A. Moles, J.P. Vestal et al., Little Tennessee River, Fort Loudon.
Unidentified photographic portraits of African Americans, mostly by Knoxville Studios. One album. 35 photographs. Ca. 1890. Only name in album is Miss Ida Williams.
Photograph of Joseph Cullen Root (1844-1913) founder of the Woodmen of the World (1890)
Childhood photograph of Mary Isabel Thompson Adair (1886-1945) (m. Charles A. Shipe) Buried in Washington Presbyterian Church, Knox County)
Photograph of Mary Jane Spangler Green (ca. 1825- ca. 1916) Civil War widow and self-identified weaver living in the Lost Creek section of Union County. The Museum has a quilt that she made.
Photograph of sketched side portrait of Charles McClung. Knaffl & Brakebill. 3 1/2x5” oval, B&W, mounted, in cover. “Rembrandt Proof.”
Photographic negatives of Archie Campbell (taken by?) (envelope says Brand Edmonds 1-85). B&W, 35 mm (5 Print File sheets) and 120 mm. (5 Print File sheets).
Approximately 11x14” sepia photographic portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Staub. Each framed in simple matching wood frames. Photographs by McCrary & Branson. 2 pcs.
Photographic postcard of three men in automobile, Chilhowee Park, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1911 or 1913. L-r: Unknown, Cary Spence, Lawrence D. Tyson. (McClung made neg. July 1997)
35 mm B&W copy negatives (6 strips) (and photocopied sheets of copied snapshots) of pictures taken by Drury Edgar Webb of Knoxville scenes, houses, businesses, people, circa 1910.
Portrait of Adelia Armstrong by Lloyd Branson.
Oversized, undated photograph of Bertha Walburn Clark (1882-1972). 13 x 19.5” on board backing. 1 pc.
Portrait of Brigadier General Lawrence D. Tyson, of 59th Brigade and 50th (“Old Hickory”) Division, U.S.A. Photographed October 14, 1917. Knaffl & Brakebill. Sepia, image area 6 1/5 x 9”.
Portrait of Calvin Morgan McClung. By Knaffl & Brakebill, Knoxville, Tenn.. In presentation folder.
B&W / sepia photographic portrait of Eli Baxter and wife taken by Branson Studio, Gay Street, ca. 1900. 16 x 19”. (silver deterioration; mounted on Branson board).
This original photographic print by the Knoxville studio of Knaffl & Brakebill (signed in pencil at lower right) is a portrait of siblings Emma Farrand Agee (1912-1982) and James Rufus Agee (1909-1955), circa 1915. The fragile print is torn across James’ face. “Mrs. Jas Agee” written in pencil on reverse.
B&W photographic portrait of Mrs. Amanda White McTeer taken by Edith Rose (signed on front). Mounted on dirty & torn board. Photograph is 10.5 x 13.5”
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)
- Photographs 161
- Portraits 150
- 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 44
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 5