Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
1982 World’s Fair slides and other artwork. Created by Jerry Weintz.
Battle of Fort Saunders: Viewed from Longstreet’s Bluff, South side of river. Sepia image 5 1/4 x 2 3/4”. Mounted on card (upper left corner torn): “Souvenir, 1863-1890. Painting 8 x 20 feet, on exhibition at 242 Gay Street.” Note on back of card says “Property of Russell Harrison.” Photograph of painting by Knaffl Bros.
Bell House School, Knoxville, Tenn. Interior and exterior, children dancing in schoolyard to phonograph. Includes 1 mounted sepia photograph of painting of the school by Lloyd Freeman , 1911 (corner of mounting broken). approx. 8 x10” B&W
Color snapshot of painting of reclining nude woman hanging over the bar in the Bistro Restaurant adjacent to the Bijou on Gay Street, Knoxville. Used as a Christmas greeting postcard in December 2002 from Margaret (Grace) Boyd, sent to the McClung Collection. 4x6”.
Alta Chloe Grubb was born June 20, 1907, and died February 2, 2001. Her parents were Jeff Davidson (or maybe Jefferson Davis) Grubb from Holston Valley, Tenn., and Alice Sophia Brown from Shady Valley, Tenn. She lived at 1031 Kentucky in Bristol, Tenn., her entire life. She never married and worked for H. P. King Co. at least from 1936 (stenographer) – 1946 (dept. manager).
Color snapshot of 1987 painting by Gordon of old Custom House / Post Office (now the East Tennessee Historical Center), Knoxville, Tenn. Mounted, in mat.
Color transparency of the painting “The Chimney Tops” by Charles Krutch (owned by Lawson McGhee Library). 4x5”.
Three framed fraktur style pieces done by A. Marion Gamble in the years 1861-1865 at Forest Hill Academy near Gamble’s Store (Blount County?, Tenn.). Framed. One frame contains two pieces: colored artwork of birds and butterfly and banner with the word ‘penmanship and a bird. 21.25 x 13.75”. The other frame has a drawing of two birds in brown ink with a banner ‘penmanship,’ followed by a handwritten list of subscribers to A. Marion Gamble’s handwriting school, 1862.
18th and early 19th Century papers of the Delpuech family (France & Geneva). Includes genealogy, poetry, watercolor of tulip, etc. 21 pcs. + letter from donor and envelope. Written in French.
E.O. Lane house, Whitesburg, Hamblen County, Tenn. 3 interior shots showing decorative painting on walls and ceiling. Taken by Citizen-Tribune staff photographer Mary Barron. The house was sold at auction on July 18, 1981. 8 x 10” B&W
September 26, 1929, letter from [important Nashville woman artist] E[lla] S[ophonisba] Hergesheimer, Reading, Penn., to Mrs. [C. J.] McClung. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.). Re: details and price of painting a portrait of Matthew McClung from a miniature.
Hopewell United Methodist Church, Millertown Pike, Knox County, Tenn. Copy photograph of painting of the original building which was torn down circa 1910. Painting was done December 1916 by Dorothy Groves and hangs in the current church building. 5x7” B&W + 4x5” copy negative (3/85).
Red leather album Presented to James Vandeventer (Van Deventer) by Louis Le Couteulx, Buffalo, April 7, 1841. Contains sketches of faces depicting emotions. 1 vol.
SPC 2017.008 Nicholson Art League photograph of a dramatic presentation of “The Misdemeanors of Nancy,” a first for the League, performed on April 27, 1911. An article ran in the Knoxville Journal on April 28. This is a rare early photograph of an Art League event. Artist Robert L. Mason was in the cast as was Mrs. A. L. Freeman (Susan Branson, Lloyd Branson's sister). About 5x7.75” sepia print glued to glass. 1 pc. Framed paintings on the walls.
Rhea County Courthouse, Spring 1978. Heritage Series, plate IV. Color. Reproduction of an original watercolor by Paul J. Long. 297/600. Blount County Courthouse, early spring 1977. Heritage Series, plate III. Color. Reproduction of an original watercolor by Paul J. Long. Loudon County Courthouse, early winter 1976. Heritage Series, plate II. Color. Reproduction of an original watercolor by Paul J. Long.
Sketches of A. Belle Smith, Maryville artist, drawn in the summer of 1893. Given to Dorothy Bassel in the 1920s.
“Skyline of Old Jonesborough” by Joyner. No date. Color print. 22x28” Signed and numbered in lower right corner. 2 copies (#230 and #234/1000).
Unsigned pencil sketch “An Old Knoxville Home (now Beaumont), 1850.’ Dated 23 Avril 1865. Probably done by Auguste Burnand.