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Plans for the original Custom House and for alterations and addition (1979-2005) all of which were done by Barber & McMurry.
Architectural Plans for the Knoxville Custom House and Post Office (Photocopies from the National Archives) (sheet 10 only)
Architectural Plans for the Knoxville Custom House and Post Office. (Photocopies from the National Archives) (Sheet 10, Elevation of the Prince Street (west) side of the Custom House
Architectural plans for the residence of Mr. N. E. Logan (copies) (Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Samples)
Architectural plans for the residence of Mr. N. E. Logan, Lyons View, 1929. Frank O. Barber, architect. 5 sheets ( ground floor, first floor, second floor, garden front & north front elevations, east end and west end elevations). Photocopies.
8"x10” b&w copy negatives of panoramic photographs. Copy negs made by Gamma Photo in Chicago, 1/1999.
The collection consists of photostats, typescripts, and translations of original documents in the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, Spain. The documents were selected by historian A. P. Whitaker while he was doing research in the Archives. The project was financed by a gift from Mrs. C. M. McClung. The items selected were those which had some connection to the early history of Tennessee and the old frontier Southwest in the 18th and early 19th century.
Armstrong Family Papers, 1826-1892. Include the papers of Drury P. Armstrong and Robert Houston Armstrong.
SPC 2014.009.001 Group of five men, all unidentified except man on far right, Samuel Mayes Arnell (1833 Columbia, Tenn.-1903, Johnson City, Tenn.). 5x7.5” sepia print mounted on backing. 1 pc. SPC 2014.009.002 Jane Mayes Arnell (1856-1923), [daughter of Samuel Mayes Arnell]. 4x6” sepia print mounted on board. 1 pc.
The collection includes documents, photographs, posters, printing plates, architectural plans, and artifacts.
Five unused postcards featuring Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 1) Marian G. Heard Resource Center Courtyard Mural 2) Arrowmont Red Barn 3) Marian G. Heard Resource Center Courtyard 4) Windgate Center for Wood 5) Arrowmont Woodturned Totems
Letter from Arthur Lee and Samuel Osgood, Board of Treasury, to Thomas Smith, Commissioner of the Loan Office for the State of Pennsylvania. ALS 1 p. Re: ‘circular,’ send copies of acts re: copper coinage.
Article by H. D. Paine on the history of W. G. Brownlow’s printing engine + 1905 article by H. H. Ingersoll on Knoxville’s 113th birthday.
Typed article by H. D. Paine on the history of W. G. Brownlow’s printing engine + 1905 article by H. H. Ingersoll on Knoxville’s 113th birthday (photocopy).
”As I Remember My Childhood” by Florence M. Irwin, 1992. Memories of growing up in Grainger County, Tenn., in the early part of the 20th century. TS 18 pp. (+ photocopies of two letters of acknowledgment).
Asheville, North Carolina. “In the Land of the Sky’ brochure. No date. Designed and written for the Asheville Chamber of Commerce by the W.H. Davis Advertising Agency, and printed by the Biltmore Press. Includes photographs by George Masa and others (not identified as to who took which pictures). Includes pictures of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 1 pc. (far right edge trimmed too closely).
Record of proceedings of meetings of the Associate (sic.) Charities of Knoxville, 1888-1890. Includes list of members and contributors at back of volume. 1 handwritten, bound volume, with pages tipped in.
1 folder: ARMA: Knoxville-East Tennessee Chapter, 1990s. [Rec’d from Knox County Archives , 7-20-2012]. Added to Box 3.
Association of Tennessee Sheriffs. 1st Annual Meeting, Chattanooga, 1905 (ribbon for badge).
Bolivar Female Academy, Madisonville, Tenn., 1867 catalog. closing school song, and opening session announcement; Greeneville Female Academy circular, n.d.; Jonesborough Female Academy circular, 1844; Sweetwater College commencement invitation 1891.
Red Path Chautauqua program, Harriman, Tenn., ca. 1914; Southern Railway ticket stub, Bearden to Lenoir City, 1924; train schedule between Knoxville and Middlesboro, etc.. ca. 1903 (photocopy of fragile original); schedule for the steamer “Mary Elizabeth,” 1923 (torn); Home Coming Dining Room business card, Knoxville, no date.
Placemat for a supper given by the ladies of Knoxville for the benefit of Camp 104, S. of V., Sept. 30, 1886; printed Brownlow-Haws receipt, Knoxville, 1867; “Regular Democratic Nominations” card, 1888; Christmas program from First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, 1892; Knox County Central High School commencement invitation, 1911; May 1932 “Red and White” Boyd Junior High School journal featuring a “Washington Bicentennial Pageant.”
One stereograph. SPC 2016.003 Asylum yard. [Grounds at the School for the Deaf in Knoxville?]. Views Around Knoxville. The Beauties of American Switzerland. Negatives and Published by T.M. Schleier. American and Stereoscopic Emporium, Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten note: Asylum yard.
8 X 10” B&W photograph adhered to piece of glass. At Queen Theatre, Knoxville, Tenn. Six men in military uniforms with framed military portraits and large painting, Uncle Sam on poster. “Fighting In France” on posters and the marquee. 1918. .
Attorney Calvin J. Sawyer’s manuscript volumes of claims from after the Civil War, lecture notes, and notes from the Clinton Debating Society, Clinton, Tenn.
Attorney Calvin J. Sawyer’s manuscript volumes of claims from after the Civil War, lecture notes from 1855, and notes from the Clinton Debating Society, 1866. Clinton, Tenn. (He studied law in New York State). L. C. Houk mentioned at beginning of Clinton Debating Society notes. 8 manuscript volumes.
Ault Family Photograph, 1904. Group portrait of family of Joel Kelly Ault (1834-1914) All persons identified on verso.
Presidential pardon (Andrew Johnson) to Austin Hall, Sevier County, Tenn. Signed by Acting Secretary of State Seward. May 16, 1866. pfa 1 pc.
Authorization to practice law, Jefferson County, Territory South of the River Ohio. July 23, 1792 (facsimile).
Facsimile copy of July 23, 1792, document re: court held in the newly created county of Jefferson, Territory South of the River Ohio. Lists justices of the peace (including Alexander Outlaw), clerk, sheriff, and those authorized to practice law (including Alexander Outlaw, William Cocke, and donor’s note on back indicates John Sevier’s name was cut off from the copy). AD 1 pc.
- Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection 4536
- Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound 19
- Photographs 736
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 568
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 230
- Scrapbooks 173
- Ephemera 172
- Genealogy 155
- Portraits 151
- Bibles 138
- Schools 135
- Ledgers and account books 117
- Clubs and organizations 114
- Correspondence 114
- Knox County (Tenn.) 112
- Deeds 102
- Business enterprises 100
- Group portraits 90
- African Americans 87
- American newspapers -- Local editions 81
- Artifacts 79
- Politics and government 73 + ∧ less
- English 1187
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 15
- Welsh 6
- French 4
- German 2