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Knoxville Journal

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Knoxville Journal Correspondence and Ephemera.

Identifier: MM.2016.020
Scope and Contents Knoxville Journal Ephemera: 1 wire service printout reporting the Moon Walk July 20, 1969; 4 autograph letters to Guy Smith, Knoxville Journal, signed by Estes Kefauver, J. Edgar Hoover, Everett M. Dirksen, Hubert H. Humphrey; Original Jo-Jo cartoon.
Dates: 1960-1970

Knoxville Journal negatives, 1958-1991

Identifier: PC 0033
Scope and Contents Negatives taken by staff of newspaper of local news events from the Knoxville Journal, Jan. 1, 1958 - December 1991. 73 boxes. Includes b&w and color. The negatives are arranged by the approximate date they were shot.
Dates: 1958-1991

Knoxville Journal photographs

Identifier: PC 0101
Scope and Contents A selection of old photographs discarded from the Knoxville Journal and donated to the library in 1988
Dates: 1910-1965

Knoxville Journal Publisher's Statement, ca. 1920. Handbill from new owner, Nat G. Taylor.

Identifier: Ephemera 2011.022
Scope and Contents Tenn., Knox County Knoxville Journal Publisher's Statement, ca. 1920. Handbill from new owner, Nat G. Taylor, son of Gov. Alf Taylor and nephew of Gov. Bob Taylor. New editor-owner announces that paper will continue to be a Republican paper with no changes in staff. This handbill is lengthy in content and is a real lesson in E. Tenn. politics as it discusses Taylor's famous family in some detail. It notes that Taylor will be moving to Knoxville. Single sided bill, size 5 x 16", exc. w. folds....
Dates: 1925

Knoxville Who’s Who of local officials (Knoxville Journal March 8, 1942).

Identifier: Ephemera 2016.020
Scope and Contents Knoxville Who’s Who of local officials (Knoxville Journal March 8, 1942)
Dates: 1942

Photograph album of work by Jimmy Myers, ca. 1938-1940 (Gift of Martha M. Parker).

Identifier: PAS 0054
Scope and Contents “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).
Dates: 1938-1940

Photographs: South Central Bell Building, Second Presbyterian Church

Identifier: SPC 2019.055
Scope and Contents Photographs of the South Central Bell Building, Church Avenue, Second Presbyterian Church during demolition 1970. One photograph marked Hugh Lunsford, Knoxville Journal. One view of UT Stadium.
Dates: 1970s

Scopes Trial newspaper extracts by W. C. Ross, Jr. 1925.

Identifier: MM.nd.015
Scope and Contents Extracts from the Knoxville Journal coverage of the Scopes Trial in Dayton, Tenn., 1925. By W. C. Ross, Jr. Typescript. 45 pp. (Photocopy).
Dates: 1925

Sheet music: “Short Skirts!” (Knoxville Journal); “Victory” by Daisy Duckworth; “Knoxville Town - A Booster’s Carol” by Bert C. Hodgson.

Identifier: Ephemera 2019.021
Scope and Contents Sheet music: “Short Skirts!” (used as a theme song on the serial history “Short Skirts” now running in the Knoxville Journal); “Victory” dedicated to Our President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Words and music by Daisy Duckworth; “Knoxville Town - A Booster’s Carol” an Exposition Song by Bert C. Hodgson, published by Clark & Jones, Knoxville, Tenn. 1909.
Dates: 1909

Tennessee Valley Yearbook (Knoxville Journal)

Identifier: Ephemera 2019.150
Scope and Contents --The Knoxville Sunday Journal Tennessee Valley Yearbook 1936

--The Knoxville Sunday Journal Tennessee Valley Yearbook 1937
Dates: 1936 - 1937

William Rule Papers.

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...
Dates: 1860-1927