Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Copy photograph of young boy standing on sidewalk
Copy photograph of young boy standing on sidewalk, Knoxville (Asylum / Western Avenue?, Clinch Avenue?). Shows streetcar and horse and buggy in background. From the William J. McCoy, Jr., family album.
Daughters of the American Revolution letter, 1936.
October 8, 1936, letter from the members of the Bonny Kate Chapter and the James White Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Knoxville, Tenn., to City Councilmen and City Manager Dempster. Re: protesting changing the name of Henley Street to Broadway. Incomplete AL 1 pc. (pp. 1 & 2 only).
Downtown Knoxville Construction
Slides taken in the spring & summer of 2003 by Brenda Hampton, McClung Collection darkroom technician. Subjects include construction at Krutch Park and Market Square, Union Avenue, Market Street, Gay Street.
Two 8x10” B&W photographs taken by Bill Tracy Photography, Knoxville, Tenn. SPC 2016.001.001 A-7470 A5 Gay Street and Broadway, Knoxville, Tenn. August 1968. Shows Burgin Dodge, Inc. SPC 2016.001.002 A-9211 A2 I-40 at Gay Street exit, Knoxville, Tenn. April 21, 1972. Sign for Regas Restaurant at right.
Historic Photographic Survey of the Justice Center Site. Knoxville, Tenn. 1999. Prepared by Neil Studios. (photographs)
Lester Phelps Photographs
Gay Street and Wall Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. Circa 1917. Taken by Jacob A. Snyder; Deaderick Avenue Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Circa 1909. B&W 5x7: copy photographs.
M. H. Gass & Co. Traveling Photographers
Patrick Sullivan Papers, 1865-1977.
Photograph album of work by Jimmy Myers, ca. 1938-1940 (Gift of Martha M. Parker).
“Photos by Jimmy Myers.” One photograph album (10x13”) with B&W prints mounted on pages. Subjects include Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1940, dedication of Great Smoky Mountains National Park), University of Tenn. football, Knoxville and regional street scenes, Gay Street Christmas lights, and visiting celebrities, 1938-1940. Jimmy Myers was a photographer for the Knoxville Journal, then fought in World War II, and returned to work for the Tenn. Valley Authority (TVA).
Residences and streets in Knoxville, Tenn.
Residences and streets in Knoxville, Tenn. 1919. B&W 8x10” copy photographs.
[Short Pedestrian Clip], [date not determined], Inspected 6/20/17
Medium shots of a street scene showing a pedestrian crowd.
Sterchi letter to the Mayor of Knoxville (8 avril 1850?).
Sterchi letter to the Mayor of Knoxville (8 avril 1850?) concerning the paving of Cumberland Avenue (in French) (difficult to read the mss., translation provided as best it could be read).
Views of Knoxville, Tenn.
Views of Knoxville, Tenn. 1898. One view (“Bird’s-eye”) looking from South Knoxville towards downtown; other view is on North Gay Street looking south. Shows Rosentha[l’s], Whittle Trunk Company, streetcar tracks, etc. 7x10” sepia. Mounted. The name “F.H. Zurfluh” is written on the back of each print.