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Appalachian Exposition creamer

 Collection
Identifier: Artifact 2014.004
Scope and Contents

Artifact 2014.004 White earthenware creamer (finish is crackled), with AE (Appalachian Exposition) emblem in blue and gold on the front and “Knoxville, 1910” on the back. No maker’s mark. Crack on front. Gold decoration on front and back.

Dates: 1910

Appalachian Exposition cup

 Collection
Identifier: Artifact 2016.003
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Exposition Knoxville, Tenn. Red glass cup with clear glass bottom (patterned) and handle. Gold lettering and on rim.

Dates: 1910

Appalachian Exposition daily programme, Sept. 29 [1910]. (ephemera)

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2010.006
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Exposition daily programme, Sept. 29 [1910]. Chattanooga Day. Exposition information. Racy Kream Co. ad for ice cream on front. 1 pc. (ephemera)

Dates: 1910

Appalachian Exposition envelope, 1910.

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2013.005
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Exposition envelope, Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 12-Oct. 12, 1910. Front cover of envelope illustrated with buildings and designs. Back of envelope addressed by typewriter to Miss Ida Crawley, Sweetwater, Tenn. (She was an East Tennessee artist). No stamp or postmark. 1 pc.

Dates: 1910

Appalachian Exposition guest book for the library exhibit, 1911.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.113
Scope and Contents

Guest book for the library exhibit, Appalachian Exposition of 1911, Knoxville, Tenn. Includes signatures, addresses, dates, and comments. Some dates from 1913.

Dates: 1911-1913

Appalachian Exposition Ohio Society paper badge, 1910. (ephemera)

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2012.005
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn. Ohio. Ohio Society paper badge, October 3, 1910. Larew Printing Co., Knoxville, Tenn. Includes AE emblem in red and blue ink and ‘Ohio’ with flag design in red and blue ink. 2 x 7.25” (torn; in two pieces)

Dates: 1910

Appalachian Exposition pennant

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Identifier: Artifact 2016.002
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Exposition pennant. Red, white and blue felt sewn together and gold glitter design and words ‘Knoxville, Tenn. 1910 Souvenir.’ Round disk of paper in center with photograph of the Administration Building and the words ‘Appalachian Exposition Sep. 12 to Oct. 12, 1910.’ (Paper is creased)

Dates: 1910

Appalachian Exposition souvenir plate. (artifacts)

 Collection
Identifier: Artifact 2009.002
Scope and Contents

White porcelain or ceramic plate with pierced edging and gilt, 9.5” diameter. Center has color picture of Administration Building, Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn. On back: J.H.R. & Co. Knoxville, Tenn. Made in Germany for B.W. Akers.

Dates: 1910-1911

Appalachian Exposition spoon

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Identifier: Artifact 2013.001
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Exposition sterling spoon with “Appalachian Exposition, Knoxville, Tennessee” on the bowl around a likeness of the main exposition building. Tennessee state seal on the handle. 1 pc. artifacts. 1910 or 1911.

Dates: 1910 - 1911

Appalachian Exposition spoon

 Collection
Identifier: Artifact 2015.001
Scope and Contents

Silver spoon stamped ‘Appalachian Exposition’ on handle. Shell-shaped bowl. C. D. Kenny Co. stamped on back handle.

Dates: 1910 - 1911

Appalachian Fair postcard

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Identifier: Ephemera 2020.054
Scope and Contents

Newport, Tenn., Appalachian Fair postcard, 1912. Unused card shows Cocke County Sheriff C.E. Dawson and gives all info about Fair. Reverse has short info pitch and divided back.

Dates: 1912

Appalachian Merchant's Association meeting, Knoxville, March 4-6, 1918 [advertising blotter].

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.028
Scope and Contents

Knoxville, Tenn., 1918 Appalachian Merchant's Association meeting advertising blotter. Mentions talks by Manning, Carver and others, short course in merchandising, etc. Well used condition, but large, colorful image of Uncle Sam, pointing, makes this very desirable.

Dates: 1918

Appalachian Mills Annual Picnic, Sterchi Park, June 29,1929 panorama photograph by Robin Thompson

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2010.011
Scope and Contents

Appalachian Mills Annual Picnic, Sterchi Park, June 29,1929

Dates: 1929

Appalachian Mills, W. A. Brownlee; Beaumont Avenue Baptist Church.

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.017
Scope and Contents

Souvenir Labor-Management Banquet and Dance in honor of, W. A. Brownlee, President of Appalachian Mills, Andrew Johnson Hotel, December 29, 1945; Victory Bulletin, Beaumont Avenue Baptist Church, November 7, 1943

Dates: 1943-1945

Appalachian Trail Conference Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.013
Scope and Contents

--Newsletter (October 2, 1968) to Conference members detailing the passage of the National Trails System Act.

--Copy of the National Trails System Act (Public Law 90-543, 90th Congress, S. 827) October 2, 1968

--Brochure titled “The Appalachian Trail” published by The Appalachian Trail Conference. Publication No. 17 (Fifteenth Edition) January 1968

Dates: 1968

Archable Duggan Bible (gift of Marion Fanelli).

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Identifier: FB 0079
Scope and Contents

Bible containing family entries for Archable Duggan (married Anna C. Schults in 1843) and family. Sevier Co., Tenn. 1885 edition of Bible.

Dates: Publication: 1885

Archer, Mildred S. “ A Southern Part of East Tennessee.”

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Identifier: MM.1986.006
Scope and Contents

Archer, Mildred S. “ A Southern Part of East Tennessee.” Typescript article with transcribed Civil War letters of the Wells family of Greene County, Tenn.

Dates: 1986

Archibald Glascock of Fauquier County, Va., and Washington County, Tenn.

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Identifier: MM.2005.004
Scope and Contents

Archibald Glascock of Fauquier County, Va., and Washington County, Tenn. By Kenyon Stevenson, Hudson, Ohio TS 14 pp.

Dates: 1785-1947

Archibald Henderson letter, 1928.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1981.209
Scope and Contents

November 7, 1928, letter from Archibald Henderson, Mathematics Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., to Miss (Mary) Rothrock. ALS 1 p. Acknowledges her letter.

Dates: 1928

Archibald Roane signature on 1804 commission for Justices of the Peace in Greene County (Tenn.)

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Identifier: QMM.2010.002
Scope and Contents

Archibald Roane, Governor of Tennessee, signature on 1804 commission for Justices of the Peace in Greene County, Tenn: Beriah Frazier, Cornelius Newman, Robert Gwinn, Alexander McCoppen, Moses Moore, Valentine Callahan, John Russell, James Stinson, John Jones (Capt.), Leonard Dell. Knoxville, Tenn. November 4, 1804. Wm. Macklin, Secretary. ADS 1 pc. Wax seal.

Dates: 1804

Architectural and design plans, the Gateway Pavilion at Volunteer Landing (Knoxville Regional Visitors’ Center)

 Collection
Identifier: APD 0027
Scope and Contents Architectural and design plans, the Gateway Pavilion at Volunteer Landing. (Knoxville Regional Visitors’ Center) “The site of the Holston Treaty, Volunteer Landing was destined to become a waterfront destination that residents and visitors of Knoxville could enjoy daily. In 1988, a Waterfront Task Force was established to study and develop recommendations for the protection, enhancement, and development of the seven-mile stretch of waterfront space along the Tennessee River. One of the Task...
Dates: 1995 - 2007

Architectural Plans for the Custom House, now East Tennessee History Center

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Identifier: APD 0040
Scope and Contents

Plans for the original Custom House and for alterations and addition (1979-2005) all of which were done by Barber & McMurry.

Dates: 1979 - 2005

Architectural Plans for the Knoxville Custom House and Post Office (Photocopies from the National Archives) (sheet 10 only)

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Identifier: APD 0014
Scope and Contents

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

Dates: 1874

Architectural plans for the residence of Mr. N. E. Logan (copies) (Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Samples)

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Identifier: APD 0002
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1929

Archival copy negatives of panoramic photographs (made from Thompson panoramic photographs)

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Identifier: PC 0083
Scope and Contents

8"x10” b&w copy negatives of panoramic photographs. Copy negs made by Gamma Photo in Chicago, 1/1999.

Dates: 1999

Archivo General de Indias, Papeles de Cuba.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0624
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1924-1925

Armstrong Family Papers, 1826-1892. Include the papers of Drury P. Armstrong and Robert Houston Armstrong.

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Identifier: MSC 0237
Scope and Contents The Armstrong Family Papers consist of the business transactions and personal reflections of Drury Paine Armstrong (1799-1856) and his son Robert Houston Armstrong (1825-1896). In 1823, Drury P. Armstrong married Amelia Houston, the daughter of Robert Houston. Armstrong was a well regarded businessman and town leader and was appointed to several positions throughout his lifetime. Robert Houston Armstrong was elected to the state legislature about 1850, representing Knox and Sevier Counties....
Dates: 1826-1892

Armstrong Papers – Hileman Material.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0540
Scope and Contents The Armstrong Papers – Hileman Materials Collection is a collection of Armstrong correspondence and associated materials dating from 1880 to 1949. The papers were collected by Frances Hileman and later acquired by the McClung Collection. All of the letters in the Armstrong Papers-Hileman Material relate to Susie Armstrong or her extended family. Susie Armstrong was born Susie Norman in 1868 in Knox County, Tennessee, and married Thaddeus Armstrong in 1890. They had two children, Beatrice...
Dates: 1880-1949

Arnell Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2014.009
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: ca. 1870s-1880s

Arnold Schwarzbart Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0576
Scope and Contents

The collection includes documents, photographs, posters, printing plates, architectural plans, and artifacts.

Dates: 1951 - 2015