Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Ephemera 2004.006
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.037
Scope and Contents Celebrating the Inauguration of the Mayor Bill Haslam (poster) (December 20, 2003) “It’s Knoxville’ s Time”
Identifier: SPC 2003.009
M.E. Thompson plaque (“Knoxville’s Centennial Mayor”) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coile. (artifacts)
Identifier: Artifact 2019.030
Scope and Contents Plaque with the words “M.E. Thompson. Knoxville’s Centennial Mayor, 1892.” (silver, shield-shaped), mounted on wooden backing. Small brass plaque at bottom says: “Name plate from the Fire Engine M.E. Thompson, Knoxville Fire Department, 1892. Donated on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris (Frank) A. Dawson, grandson of Knoxville Mayor M.E. Thompson.” Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coile via Jack Lewis. + Knoxville News-Sentinel article, November 28, 1926, re: Knoxville Fire Department and the fire...
Dates: 1892; 1926
Identifier: PAS 0064
Scope and Contents Scrapbooks of S.G. (Sam) Heiskell (Mayor of Knoxville 1896-97). Mostly newspaper clippings (many about Heiskell and politics) and ephemera. V. 1 1895-1907. 174 pp. (former accession # 4509) V. 2 1906-1912. 144 pp. (former accession # 4510) V. 3 1911-1915. 100 pp. (former accession # 4511) V. 4 1915-1918 144 pp. (former accession # 4512) V. 5 1917-1920 140 pp. (former accession # 4513)
Identifier: MSC 0025
Scope and Contents Papers of William H. Watterson (1836-1908), son of Henry and Lydia Hutchisson Watterson, Hawkins County, Tenn. William H. Watterson attended Emory and Henry College in Virginia and studied law under L. C. Haynes. He served in the Confederate Army from 1861-1865 and practiced law in Rogersville, Tenn. He married Minerva B. Riley in 1870. He was clerk and master of the chancery court of Hawkins County, the mayor of Rogersville, and a United States Commissioner. Papers include: personal and...
Identifier: MSC 0008
Scope and Contents Papers of William Rule(1839-1928), a newspaper editor, mayor of Knoxville (1873, 1898), and postmaster (1873, 1877) in Knoxville, Tenn. Born in Knox County, Tenn. Married Lucy Anne Maxey in 1858. Worked with William G. Brownlow on Knoxville Whig. Served in Sixth Tennessee Volunteer Regiment, Union Army, 1862-1865. Published Republican newspaper, the Knoxville Chronicle. Founded the Knoxville Journal in 1885, which merged with the Tribune in 1888 to become the Journal and Tribune. Rule was...