First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville (Tenn.)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
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.”
Collection of Original and Selected Pieces in Poetry & Prose by John Franklin Deaderick of East Tennessee. 1828. Vols. 1 & 2. (poetry)
Articles and church publications on the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville and the 82nd Grand Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, held in Knoxville in 1942. (Photocopies)
Minutes of two sessions of the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville. June 13 and 27, 1869. Re: disposition of pews, ordination of Elder J. A. Rayl. ADS 1 pc.
First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville. Correspondence, 1864-1866. 1864-1866 copies of correspondence between leaders of the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville (including George M. White, D. A. Deaderick, W. S. Kennedy and J. S. King) and Federal Military officers. Re: damage to and possession of the church building and graveyard, building being used as a colored school.
Booklet listing staff members, members of the choir and ministry, missionaries, worship schedule, and descriptions of the church's divisions, departments, and classes. Includes black & white photos of the church alter, pastor/minister Emmet B. McGukin, and organist/director William G. Barnes.
Card stamped “Department of Public Service Office of the City Engineer Knoxville, Tennessee” Contains 2” x 1.5” cutout with positive transparency mounted in cutout. Transparency titled “Survey of State Street from Commerce to Church Ave” Contains line drawing of area and “Detail showing location of first row of graves in [First Presbyterian Church] cemetery between Clinch & Church” These graves covered by sidewalk along State Street.
“Resolution on the Death of Hector Howell Flenniken April 9, 1913 - April 6, 1984” Printed by the First Presbyterian Church for former Elder Hector Howell Flenniken.
W. Russell Briscoe speech about 175th anniversary, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tenn. October 29, 1967. (Photocopy).
Photocopy of a talk by W. Russell Briscoe at the First Presbyterian Church (Knoxville) 175th anniversary ceremonies, October 29, 1967. 7 pp. + biographical sketches of a cross-section of persons buried in the cemetery at the First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Compiled by W. Russell Briscoe. October 29, 1967. 6 pp.