Found in 832 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of Camp Poland. E. E. Swineford, Cincinnati, Ohio - photographer (photographer’s stamp in green on back) photo numbered 188 written on back in ink “Camp of the 6th Ohio U.S.N. -- Camp Poland, Knoxville Tenn.” written on back in pencil “The Dummy track runs just to the left of the picture”
Poster, yellow with bold lettering stating "16th Annual Art Auction At UT's Spectacular, Big Music Bldg. Auditorium 7:30 p.m. May 16," illustration of an astronaut at the top and references to "Open the Door," "2000 Space Odyssey" and "Hair," 26"h x 20"w, 1969. 1 pc.
18 Real Photos of Knoxville, Tenn., & Norris Dam [decorative stamps, perforated and gummed]
Program from the 25th Anniversary of the opening of the Administration Building and original Residence Buildings 100, 200, 300, and 400 on May 1, 1967 of Shannondale Retirement Community and Health Care Center, 801 Vanosdale Road, Knoxville Tenn.. Includes a history of Shannondale.
35 mm color slides of downtown Knoxville and East Tennessee in the 1960s and 1970s, taken by Ronald Sabin
35 mm color slides of downtown Knoxville and East Tenn in the 1960s and 1970s taken by Ronald Sabin.
128 Years of Market Square Business: 1880-2008, compiled by Forrest Conklin for the East Tennessee Historical Society + 1 folder copies of articles about Market Square from library files and resources.
128 Years of Market Square Business: 1880-2008, compiled by Forrest Conklin for the East Tennessee Historical Society.
Knoxville Fire Department equipment (1909 American Automatic Serial #1 with American LaFrance type 31 6 cyl. tractor). Retired in 1950s to Chilhowee Park, Knoxville, Tenn., and later cut up for scrap. 8 x 12” color.
Booklet sent to East Tennessee National Bank customers about the United States Treasury Department
Paul Fogerty was a cartoonist for the Knoxville News-Sentinel. The calendar features his cartoons, primarily with his character Jo Jo.
Set of four 1982 World’s Fair posters. Plate 1: “Energy of the Past.” Plate II: “Energy of the Present.” Plate III: “Energy of the Future.” Plate IV: “The 1982 World’s Fair.” 21.5x22”. Embossed in lower right with ‘The 1982 World’s Fair’ and fair logo. Also a ‘contact sheet’ showing all four plates. E.H. Bunzen(?), artist. Copyright 1981. Produced by Great Graphics Corporation. Printed in Knoxville by Keith Press (donor worked for Keith Press). Gift of Chuck Stutzman.
A Marine’s Letters: The Correspondence of Lt. John Richard Ruggles, III., edited by Norman William Smith, Jr.
A Marine’s Letters: The Correspondence of Lt. John Richard Ruggles, III., edited by Norman William Smith, Jr. Correspondence of Lt. Ruggles, 1967-1968, typed and edited by his brother-in-law. Lt. Ruggles died in combat in Thua Thien province, Vietnam, on February 28, 1968.
Oversize aerial photograph of the University of Tennessee campus, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1950 (16 x 20”, B&W. 1 pc.)
African-American family photographs, albums, ephemera. Knoxville family, the chief identified person is Knoxville Police Dept. officer Lloyd W. Bruce.
African-American family photographs, albums, ephemera. Knoxville family. Chief identified person is Knoxville Police Dept. officer Lloyd W. Bruce.
Scrapbooks compiled by Albert Van Gilder of Knoxville. Undated. Ca. 1880s-1910s. 8 volumes. Contains handwritten memories; programs; invitations; clippings and articles; George F. Mellen newspapers columns; stickers, etc.
SPC 1995.007a: W.T. Webb Grocery Store, 946 South Seventh Street (later Fifteenth Street), Knoxville, Tenn. L-r: Harley Webb or Melvin Webb, W.T. Webb, ?, Lafayette (‘Fate’) Webb.5x7” sepia, mounted.; SPC 1995.007b: Home Guard (men in military uniform with rifles, drums). Front row, 5th man kneeling from left is Joseph Albert Ahler. 7x 9 1/4”. sepia, mounted.
Six black-and-white photographs (2.75"x4.5" each) of Alhambra Courts (Knoxville, TN). All exteriors. One promotional postcard for Alhambra Court and Home, R. L. Fooshee, Owner. Color image of exterior.
-8 black & white photos of family members with identifications, mostly taken on Oklahoma Avenue. 1920s-1940s
-Group black & white photo of Local 457 International Woodworkers of America, Knoxville Tennessee November 15, 1946.
American Airlines Flagship “Knoxville” Includes printed color photograph from C. R. Smith Museum, Fort Worth, Texas where the airplane was apparently retired. Two color photographs at McGhee Tyson Airport, Newspaper clipping about stewardess Esther Carlson getting her wings May 1939