Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SPC 2002.007
Scope and Contents 15 color snapshots: -Aug. 1997: view of Interstate 40 when closed for rock slide, Tenn side near N.C. border. -Aug. 1997: I-40 N.C./Tenn line closed for rock slide, N.C. side shown. -Fall 1998: rebuilding I-40 interchange at State Rt. 92 near Dandridge, Tenn. -1998: Pizza Palace sign at night , Magnolia Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn (since 1961) (2 views). -Ca. 1996: PlastiLine, Knoxville, Tenn. Shows original Long John Silver’s sign. -Ca. 1996: Pizza Hut sign, Andrew Johnson Hwy., Morristown, Tenn...
Identifier: Artifact 2019.003
Scope and Contents 18 1/2 x 14 1/2 B&W photograph in 21 1/2 x 17 1/2” black frame. Aerial photograph of the Anchorage Restaurant and Marina and Cate’s Bridge, ca. 1950. Restaurant was owned by Stuart McCroskey (later sold to ______ Creech, and later it burned). Located on Knox and Blount County line. Provides view of the railroad bridge and Cate’s Bridge; Jewish Country Club was located on the hill above the restaurant. Riverlake Lodge Motel was out of photograph, to the right.
Identifier: Ephemera 2003.003
Scope and Contents Menu from the Andrew Johnson Hotel, Knoxville, Tennessee. ‘The Tavern.’ Dec. 31, 1959 written in ink on the cover. Front cover has color photograph of the mountains, back cover has 8 color photographs of the hotel int. Menu printed inside (1 c.) with two loose inserts: dinner menu for December 31, 1959 and smaller listing.
Identifier: SPC 1997.008
“Blue Circle: A Happy Place for Hungry People” by Jeff Stooksbury, in Burger Boy Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer 2001. “The Gilded Age of the Golden Arches,” Edwin Schlechter. Burger Boy Magazine, Winter 2002.
Identifier: Ephemera 2003.006
Scope and Contents “Blue Circle: A Happy Place for Hungry People” by Jeff Stooksbury, in Burger Boy Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer 2001. Restaurant started by Homer Longmire of Knoxville; first listed in 1932 Knoxville phone book at 614 Market Street. Also (photocopy added May 27, 2003): “The Gilded Age of the Golden Arches,” Edwin Schlechter. Burger Boy Magazine, Winter 2002. Re: Early McDonalds fast food restaurants.
Identifier: MSC 0355
Scope and Contents Carroll King's Club: poster, drawings, and photographs. Scope: Print by Jim Wyatt of Carroll King's bar/restaurant at 1001 South Gay Street. Folder also includes a 16 x 20 color drawing (cartoon) of some of the entertainers (with their signatures) or (people who were regular customers?): Jonathan Edwards, Jene Jones, John Richards, Joe Meibes, Marcia Henderson, Tommy Legate, and Kit Kimbell (no artist, no date); a caricature of Ellis Mayes and Carroll King on a Christmas card; an original...
Identifier: Ephemera 2000.008
Scope and Contents Menu from Dixieland Drive-In Restaurant, 4931 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tenn. No date. 1 pc. with 7 cards stapled in. Lists food items and prices.
Identifier: Ephemera 2007.002
Scope and Contents Gus’s Restaurant menu (Knoxville, Tenn.., Printed menu inserted into outer cover, with breakfast menu insert. Probably from Gus’s Restaurant on Gay Street, ca. 1990s. (Gift of Howard Bender)
Identifier: Ephemera 2000.009
Scope and Contents Menu from the Coffee Shoppe at the Hotel Farragut, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc. no date. + Baseball Special menu, Hotel Farragut, April 29, 1934. 1 pc.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.004
Identifier: SPC 2002.002
Scope and Contents McDonald’s Restaurant on Kingston Pike. September 1972. 3.5x5” color snapshot. (Given to donor by Tom Cochran) Kay’s Ice Cream Food Shoppe on Asheville Highway. Fall 1997. 4x6” color snapshot.
Dates: 1972; 1997
Identifier: Ephemera 2012.019
Scope and Contents “Knoxville Times: The Summer of 1919, Regas Brothers Cafe Opens at Gay & Magnolia...” Oversize pamphlet with a history of Regas from 1919 to 1984
Identifier: Ephemera 2013.007
Scope and Contents Pioneer House Restaurant. Postcard and Placemat. (Alcoa Highway, Knox County, Tenn.)
Identifier: Ephemera 2000.002
Identifier: Ephemera 2012.012
Scope and Contents “The Tea Room, Norris Dam State Park” (menu) (1991?)
Identifier: Ephemera 2010.006
Scope and Contents Warwick’s Restaurant card, 314 Union Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. On back: The American Society of “Butt-insky” membership ticket issued to Mr. Jos. C. Rhea. No date. 1 pc. (ephemera)