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Identifier: Ephemera 2020.018
Scope and Contents Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. was a Baptist pastor and the first African American Congressman elected from New York State. The front of the card has a photo of Adam Clayton Powell standing next to and looking down at a woman holding a baby (most likely his wife Hazel Dorothy Scott and their son Adam Clayton Powell, III) and “VOTE FOR DADDY!” underneath the photo. Back of card has Powell’s listings of his accomplishments and reasons to re-elect him.
Dates: circa 1947
Identifier: MSC 0663
Scope and Contents Papers of Adam T. Cottrell. Include blank Civil War forms; Civil War forms and paperwork for Co. C, 6th Regt., East Tennessee Volunteers Infantry, United States Army. A. T. Cottrell, Quartermaster; William L. Lea, Captain. (Forms include: Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, Abstract of Expenditures, Receipts for Issues, Invoice of Stores, Convalescent Camp (Knoxville), Final Statements, etc.; December 31, 1862 letter from Austin Council, Maryville, Tenn, to H. M. Lafollette. Mentions General...
Ada’s Story-- Ada Cope, Memoir of her childhood written for Jean Cope (Scanned manuscript color prints).
Scope and Contents Ada’s Story-- Ada Cope, Memoir of her childhood written for Jean Cope (Scanned manuscript color prints).
Identifier: SPC 2019.053
Scope and Contents Framed photograph of Adelia Lutz and art students, ca. 1886.
Adelphic Union Literary Society, Maryville College. Programs for 1873 and 1883, with an unbound copy of “Letters Addressed to a Friend” (Knoxville, 1817) from the papers of Gideon Stebbins White.
Identifier: Ephemera 2012.011
Scope and Contents Adelphic Union Literary Society, Maryville College. Programs for 1873 and 1883, with an unbound copy of “Letters Addressed to a Friend” (Knoxville, 1817) from the papers of Gideon Stebbins White. Book signed on title page upper right “G. S. White.”
Dates: 1873; 1883
Scope and Contents Adjutant Report Letter Book, Ed Maynard Post, G. A. R., 1886-1887 and 1926-1929. Correspondence hand copied into the book. 1886-1887 by Thos. H. Kearney. Minutes of the Ed Maynard Post, No. 14, G. A. R., 1926-1929, recorded by Alexander Eckel. Last entry January 4, 1930, “There having been no regular meeting of the Post since July last on account of want of a quorum the members being unable to attend on account of sickness....” followed by a large number of blank pages. At the end of the volume...
Identifier: MSC 0436
Scope and Contents Includes legal documents relating to Knoxville real estate business, A. A. Schmid Realty Co., Alex. McMillan Co. and personal and family documents relating to the Schmid, Dempster, and Culver families. WW I and WW II postcards and documents. Stock certificates for Smalley Chevrolet Co. (Knoxville), Elridge Price Corp. (Dallas), Black River Oil and Gas Co., Manhattan -Texas Petroleum Co.
Identifier: SPC 2017.002
Scope and Contents Adolph Ochs, owner of the New York Times. Shown with silver printer’s stick to mark his 13th anniversary as publisher. 1 pc. with typed caption attached. 6 x 7.75” sepia
Dates: ca. 1909
Identifier: Ephemera 2015.011
Scope and Contents Adolph S. Ochs Commemorative Stamp September 18, 1976; one cover with cancellation, 1 sheet of four stamps
Advance Month’s Pay roster. 46th Inf. Regt. Ill. Vols. [February] 1864. Recd. from Lt. W.H. Hubbs, 13th Infantry, U.S. Mustering and Disbursing Officer, Springfield, Ill.
Scope and Contents Advance Month’s Pay roster. 46th Inf. Regt. Ill. Vols. [February] 1864. Recd. from Lt. W.H. Hubbs, 13th Infantry, U.S. Mustering and Disbursing Officer, Springfield, Ill.. DS 1 pc. (oversize) (taped on back). Includes names of recruits and signatures.
Advertisement from Wheeler, Marshall, & Bruce, Stationers, Printers, Nashville to P. M. Senter, Co. Clerk, Rutledge, 1872.
Identifier: Ephemera 2017.015
Scope and Contents Advertisement from Wheeler, Marshall, & Bruce, Stationers, Printers, Nashville to P. M. Senter, Co. Clerk, Rutledge
Scope and Contents AEF. France, Military leave letters, Andrew Heim, March 1, 1919.
Aelred J. Gray research notes for local government chapter for Heart of the Valley (East Tennessee Historical Society).
Identifier: MSC 0692
Scope and Contents Notes for the chapter on local government published in the “Heart of the Valley”
Identifier: QSPC 2012.003
Scope and Contents Oversize aerial photograph of the University of Tennessee campus, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1950 (16 x 20”, B&W. 1 pc.)
Dates: circa 1950
Aerial photographs of 1982 World’s Fair site, downtown Knoxville, University of Tennessee, and Knoxville’s riverfront. Taken by John W. Proffitt. (color photographs)
Identifier: PC 0027
Scope and Contents Aerial photographs of 1982 World’s Fair site, downtown Knoxville, University of Tennessee, and Knoxville’s riverfront. Taken by John W. Proffitt in 1982. 27 color photographs, all mounted on heavy paper. Photographs are 11"x16” and 11"x14.”
Aerial photographs of Interstate 40 interchanges when newly finished. 6 photos--Lovell Road, Westhills--Bearden, Papermill Road, Campbell Station Road, Cedar Bluff Road, Mabry Hood Road.
Identifier: SPC 2008.003
Scope and Contents Aerial photographs of Interstate 40 interchanges when newly finished. Four photos-- Westhills--Bearden, Papermill Road, Campbell Station Road , Cedar Bluff Road, Lovell Road, Mabry Hood Road.
African-American family photographs, albums, ephemera. Knoxville family, the chief identified person is Knoxville Police Dept. officer Lloyd W. Bruce.
Identifier: MSC 0477
Scope and Contents African-American family photographs, albums, ephemera. Knoxville family. Chief identified person is Knoxville Police Dept. officer Lloyd W. Bruce.
Identifier: PC 0102
Scope and Contents Small photograph album with the name W.G. McNeil (April 11, 1928) on the inside cover. Includes b&w (sepia) snapshots of unidentified African-Americans, ca. 1918-1928. Lake Michigan is noted on one photograph. Candid and posed snapshots , some with first names (Marie, Willie, etc.). Loose pictures from inside the album are housed in two envelopes, one with 11 small photographs, the other with 6 larger snapshots. Two handwritten notes mention the Grahl and Wilcox surnames with family...
Identifier: SPC 1995.025
Scope and Contents Full length portrait of (African-American ?) woman, with sticker at bottom: “A Merry Xmas To The Family From Sue.” Found in old gift book in 1991, no additional ID.; Shannondale School group, grade 2, 1967-1968. 5x7” color in holder. Belonged to Linda, age 7.
Identifier: SPC 2017.005
Scope and Contents Three 8 x 10” copy photographs and 3 copy negs. (made March 1989). SPC 2017.005.001 James (Rufus) Agee and Margaret King (Mrs. George J. McAfee), ca. 1912. SPC 2017.005.002 James (Rufus) Agee, center; Josephine Stone (Mrs. Fred Breeding) with dog; Margaret King (Mrs. George J. McAfee). SPC 2017.005.003 James (Rufus) Agree, front center; Margaret King (Mrs. George J. McAfee) in back row with dark hat.
Dates: ca. 1912
Identifier: MSC 0720
Scope and Contents Genealogical research done by Agnes Bowers Jenkins. Some Sevier County names, many photocopies. Surnames include: Householder, Huffaker, Hines, Rose, Clack, Bowers, Boling, Stith, Kennon, Worsham, Randles.
Identifier: MSC 0163
Scope and Contents Aileen Seilaz (1901-1983) worked in Hollywood, California as a story analyst for Universal International Studios in the 1920s. The collection includes some material from motion picture industry of that time. There are also some examples of illustrations from Aileen’s sister Louise Seilaz (1903-1983). Victor Seilaz was a Knoxville businessman who was associated with the Seilaz Cafe, the Colonial Hotel, and the Star Laundry Company. Genealogical material on the Seilaz family; Gourley family;...
Identifier: MSC 0118
Scope and Contents Aileen Seilaz (1901-1983) worked in Hollywood, California as a story analyst for Universal International Studios in the 1920s. The collection includes manuscripts and typescripts of fiction and movie scripts.
Identifier: APD 0028
Scope and Contents Material on the Airplane Filling Station on Clinton Highway (near Callahan Road), built in 1929 by Henry and Elmer Nickle. Collection includes: original 5x7” photograph of the Airplane Filling Station; one 11x14” copy photograph of Airplane Filling Station (with Henry & Elmer Nickle); 193_ estimate from Cockrum Lumber Company (materials to build Airplane Filling Station); September 6, 1998 article by Barbara Asbury in Knoxville News-Sentinel with photograph and caption about Airplane...
Identifier: PAS 0101
Scope and Contents Knoxville airports scrapbooks (1954-59; 1959-63; 1964-68; 1969-74); photographs of airport, Amra Grotto; U. T. football (scrapbook), masonic apron in frame; baseball and political ephemera (father Arthur Atkin) U. T. Football scrapbooks (1934-1974); sheet music (printed and handwritten scores), trumpet mute shaped like small hat, photographs
Identifier: PC 0075
Scope and Contents Alan Shayne Collection (All the Way Home) Photographs made during the filming of the movie “All the Way Home” in East Tennessee in 1963.
Identifier: MSC 0615
Scope and Contents Records of the Albers Drug Company. Includes photographs, architectural plans and drawings, ledgers, account books, papers, etc. The oldest document is the collection is the Chamberlain, Sanford, & Albers Incorporation and Minutes Book, 1896-1943. The embossing seal for “Albers Drug Co., Knoxville, Tenn.” is also in the collection. The Albers Drug Company was sold to Walker Drug Company of Birmingham, Ala. in 1995. Edward S. “Bud” Albers, Jr. (1925-2016) was a major figure in Knoxville...
Identifier: SPC 2015.011
Scope and Contents SPC 2015.011.001 Albert A. Fagala. Ca. 1870s. Tintype in matte. 1 pc.
Dates: ca. 1870s
Scope and Contents Circular. Addressed to my friends and the Members of the Episcopal Church in Tuscaloosa. From Albert A. Muller. September 26, 1832. Re: split in the congregation and his role in it. + letter written on the same paper from Albert A. Muller, Tuscaloosa, Ala., October 5, 1832, to James McClung, Huntsville. ALS 1 p. Mentions coming to see church at Clarksville, Tenn. Tape damage; hole in center.
Identifier: SPC 2016.028
Scope and Contents Albert Milani (1891-1977) was born in Carrara, Italy. He was hired by Candoro Marble as their chief carver in 1927 and worked on many of their most prominent projects over the next three decades. An iconic photograph from his work shows him carving the eagles for the new Knoxville courthouse and post office. in 1932. (portrait photograph)
Dates: ca. 1950