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Identifier: SPC 2019.075
Scope and Contents 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.)
Identifier: SPC 2016.007
Scope and Contents Scrapbook (partial) with 17 snapshots, labeled with handwritten note: Porter Family Summer, 1941, compiled by E. Porter. The Porter family was from Galveston, Tex.. The father was Eugene L. Porter and mother was Helen Nichols Porter. Includes: Eleanor Porter graduation’ Porter offspring; trip to Charlie’s Bunion; Ramsey Cascades; cabin in Gatlinburg. Given in memory of Eugene L. Porter. SPC 2016.007.016 Group of steps of cabin [Porter family], 1941. SPC 2016.007.017 View of Gatlinburg cabin...
Identifier: QSPC 2002.001
Scope and Contents 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.
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.016
Scope and Contents 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.
Identifier: SPC 2006.007
Scope and Contents 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.
Identifier: PC 0060
Scope and Contents 1: Sixth plate ambrotype of a young girl wearing a hat and bloomers, standing on a chair. Brown union case (broken hinge). Note accompanying this photo identifies the girl as Ruth Sevier Wilder Collins (b. 1834), however, it may be another family member. Scattered spots around mat. 2: Sixth plate ambrotype of a young boy, standing on the same chair as the girl in the first photograph. Brown union case (broken hinge). Scattered spots around mat. 3: Quarter page ambrotype of a young woman,...
Identifier: SPC 2016.006
Scope and Contents 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.
Identifier: SPC 2011.006
Scope and Contents 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).
Dates: ca. 1890s
Identifier: SPC 2018.003
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: ca. 1880s
Identifier: SPC 2003.013
Scope and Contents 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.
Identifier: SPC 2016.008
Scope and Contents Snapshot of Charles Lindbergh and his plane The Spirit of St. Louis, taken by Carlie Lucas of Phillips Avenue in South Knoxville. Taken in 1927 on Lindbergh’s tour of the United States. Probably taken at Chattanooga October 5, 1927 when Lindbergh landed there in his national tour of the US. He landed in Memphis and Chattanooga on the tour. In 1928 after the tour the airplane was donated to the Smithsonian Institution The snapshot was later given to Miss Lucas’ niece, Mary Lou Coggins. Shows...
Identifier: SPC 2017.010
Scope and Contents SPC 2017.010.001a Southern Ry Co. Painters and Helpers. Knoxville, Tenn. April 27, 1905. W.K. Brother (written on back). Sepia. 4.5 x 7” mounted on board. 1 pc.
Identifier: Ephemera 2017.003
Scope and Contents Five Knoxville baseball teams clipped from Spalding’s Official Base Ball (baseball) guide, Knoxville teams, 1906. Ephemera 2017.003.001: Baker-Hind (sic) [Himel] baseball team Ephemera 2017.003.002: Knoxville Reds baseball team Ephemera 2017.003.003: Imperial base ballteam Ephemera 2017.003.004: McClung base ballteam Ephemera 2017.003.005: Y.M.C.A. baseball team 5 printed images with text, clipped from the guide (4.5 x 3.5 inches).
Identifier: SPC 2017.001
Scope and Contents T.W. Johnson, Engineer, Knoxville Fire Department, in uniform. April 1900. Steamer, M.L. Rossm Co, in Fire Department. Taken by McCrary & Branson, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc. 4 x 5.5” photograph on mount. Sepia.
Tennessee County Agents, 4th annual conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. December 9-14, 1918. (photographs)
Identifier: SPC 2019.063
Scope and Contents Tennessee County Agents, 4th annual conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. December 9-14, 1918. Oversize framed photograph.
Identifier: SPC 2007.003
Scope and Contents Fifth Annual Meeting- Tennessee Forest Patrol Men. Knoxville, Tenn. Jan. 1926. 8x10” sepia print (damaged: including insect holes). Back row, 4th from left is George Meyers who served as Forest Patrolman for the Cades Cove area. Photograph may have been taken at the Southern RR Depot, Knoxville.
Identifier: SPC 2019.064
Scope and Contents Tennessee State Senate, 53rd General Assembly, 1903-1905. Oversize photograph (in folder, not framed)
Identifier: SPC 2018.001
Scope and Contents Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Comptroller’s (Controller’s) Office, E. Arnold Sundstrom and his staff (employees’ “yearbook” 1944); 35 5 x 7” B&W printed in spiral bound album. Flyleaf says Virginia E. Hill. Most photograph have a name on the back or on the front of the print. At the back are two pictures of Chinese man [Tsai?], one holding a book The Tennessee Valley Authority. The last picture shows two books (The United States by Garrett and Chine by Tsai, and a lit candle. One 8 x 10...
Identifier: SPC 2007.001
Scope and Contents The Little Family, 1895 (date written on back of photograph). Seated, l-r: Frank Armstrong Little (2-22-1833--10-23-1924), Margaret Adelia Chamberlain Little (6-3-1832--2-12-1903) (daughter of Ninnian Chamberlain), Julia Elizabeth White Little (wearing 1892 wedding dress). Standing, far right: Francis Robert Little. 8x6” photograph on 10x8” backing. Faded sepia. 1 pc.
Identifier: Artifact 1886.001
Scope and Contents ‘The Tennessee Gubernatorial Contest of 1886. Alf. and Bob Taylor, “The Red and White Rose.” ’ Copyrighted & published 1886 by A. Job, Elk Park, N.C.. A. Gast Bank Note & Litho. Co. St. Louis & N.Y. Includes etched portraits of Rev. N.G. Taylor and Mrs. Emma H. Taylor and Alfred A. Taylor, Nat W. Taylor, David H. Taylor, Mary Eva Taylor, Sanna M. Taylor, Rhoda Emma Taylor, Hugh L. Taylor, James P. Taylor, Robert L. Taylor, Landon C. Haynes. Also etched drawings of ‘The Old Home,’...
Identifier: SPC 2016.010
Scope and Contents Theodore Hunt’s father. Taken by A.T. Hunt, Photographer. No. 13, Gay St., Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc.
Identifier: SPC 2014.022
Scope and Contents SPC 2014.022.001 Melvin Cox Brandon (Portrait by Bachrach, in folder, 1923) (8.5 x 5.5 inches). Sepia. 1 pc. + folder. Panoramas: Third Tennessee Troops of Melvin Cox Brandon. SPC 2014.022.002 Dress Parade 3rd Tenn. U. S. Vol. Infantry, Anniston, Ala., Jan, 20th, 1899. (Panorama No. 120, Russell Bros. Photo, Anniston, Ala.) (25.5 x 8.75 inches) SPC 2014.022.003 Co. A, 3rd Tenn. U. S. Volunteers, Camp Shipp, Anniston, Ala., Jan. 18th 1899. (Panorama No. 120, Russell Bros. Photo, Anniston, Ala.)...
Dates: 1899; 1923
Identifier: QSPC 2014.004
Scope and Contents Thomas Legion (Cherokee Indians in the Confederate Army). Banner: Cherokee Veteran Indians of Thomas Legion 69 N.C. Rec Sou-Noo-Kee Camp. Copy photograph + caption + Hymn to the Great Smokies by Eva Plamondon Boyd and Margaret Stringfield. All three items glued to board backing. 10 x 16” . 1 pc. The following caption was under the image: Above is shown the last photograph ever taken of the remaining members of the famous Thomas Legion, composed of Cherokee Indians in the Confederate Army. The...
Identifier: SPC 2016.009
Scope and Contents Portrait Photographs / three cartes-de-visite with inscriptions (Eva Taylor, S. Tomlinson, Ann Lizzie Fisher) SPC 2016.009.001 “Your Friend, Eva Taylor, Happy Valley, Carter Co., E. Tenn.” (no photography studio). Mary Eva Taylor was the daughter of Nathaniel Green Taylor and Emmaline E. Haynes; she married Ethelbert Dudley Jobe. SPC 2016.009.002. “Ann Lizzie Fisher” (T. N. Thurman, Photographer, Athens, Tenn.) SPC 2016.009.003. “Compliments of S. Tomlinson to Miss Fannie Taylor, August 1,...
Dates: ca. 1870s
Identifier: SPC 1996.008
Scope and Contents Three men in uniform in front of Lonsdale line streetcar, ca. 1909-1918. l-r: Verner M. Johnson, unknown, Motorman Virgil Pollard. 1 pc. Mounted.
Dates: ca. 1910s
Identifier: Artifact 2015.009
Scope and Contents Two studies, both of Ellen McClung Berry and her son, Hugh Berry (she is painting and he has toy boat) (both ornately framed) painted by Eleanor McAdoo Wiley.
Dates: 1930 - 1940
Identifier: SPC 2007.007
Scope and Contents Unidentified group at frosty cabin, snow on trees, probably in the Great Smoky Mountains. Jim Thompson Co. photograph (13531 A2). 6x8” (sepia).
Identifier: SPC 1995.032
Scope and Contents Unidentified group of children, probably a school group (or church group?). 8 1/2 x 6 1/2” sepia, mounted.
Identifier: SPC 1997.021
Scope and Contents 7 unidentified portraits; 2 unidentified family groups by W. A. Mills, photographer; 2 unidentified baby photographs by Weiser, Knoxville; 6 identified portraits: Hazel (Bill’s) Angel (2 pcs.); man ‘Cate’; Reva Hodge; Robert Andrew Lancaster, 1906-1983; C. A. Lancaster family, home was on Middlebrook Pike (shows house); strip of penny pictures (3 images of young woman) and mounted penny pictures (2 young men, on one mount); 6 tintypes (poor condition); 6 sepia photographs on postcard backings,...
Identifier: SPC 2019.057
Scope and Contents 1 b/w photograph mounted on board with image of the McCrary & Branson studio, 130 Gay St. on the verso
- Subject: Portraits X
- Photographs 153
- Portraits 141
- Group portraits 82
- Schools 23
- Children 20
- Women 20
- Uniforms 17
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 16
- 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
- Photographs 6
- Politicians 6
- Artifacts 5
- Families 5 ∧ less
- English 26
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 5