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Knoxville College (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

Austin East Band , 1976

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 4
Scope and Contents Black and white video documentation of Austin East High School marching band on the football field at Knoxville College from a fixed position in the stands. At 5:30, a brief video of middle school girl singing a pop song appears, followed by what seems to be someone experimenting with operating the camera in an A/V classroom where a teacher is present.At 10:30 another girl appears in what seems to be a school, singing along with a disco song which can be heard faintly...
Dates: 1976

Concert Band and Jazz Orchestra , April 2, 1976

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 8
Scope and Contents

Black and white video documentation of the Knoxville College Concert Band and Jazz Orchestra performing. This part of the video has a lot of interference.

At 24:00 the tape cuts to an unidentified woman in a classroom delivering a lecture on alcoholism and addiction. She works at an in-patient addiction recovery unit.

At 43:30 basketball game appears.

Total time: 1 hour 3 minutes

Dates: April 2, 1976

Curtis L. Hyatt lecture, Circa 1976

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 6
Scope and Contents

Lecture to a class by former Knoxville College student Curtis L. Hyatt. Hyatt was a prominent businessman who at one time published a newspaper for the black community in Knoxville.

Mr. Hyatt reads aloud an article about black businessman Heman Edward Perry from the April 1978 issue of Black Enterprise, pg. 41 - 48.

Hyatt then answers student questions, including a question about Arthur George Gaston.

Total time: 1 hour 4 minutes

Dates: Circa 1976

First U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church, Knoxville, Tenn.. Treasurer’s Report, 1914-1916.

Identifier: MSC 0571
Scope and Contents

First U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Treasurer’s Report, 1914-1916 “First U. P. Church, Knoxville, Tennessee” [Hand-lettered on cover]  “Treasurer’s Report” [written in pencil on inside cover] Knoxville College

Dates: 1914-1918

Inauguration of Dr. Owens, Knoxville College President, March 16, 1968

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 11
Scope and Contents Inauguration of Dr. Robert Leon Owens III as Knoxville College President.Moldy tape was baked but much video interference and artifacts remain, resulting in faulty audio and video.Introductory speech by Knoxville College Chairman, Dr. Owens speech begins at 9:00.Tape cuts at 34:10 to choir singing "Climb Every Mountain." At 38:50, singing of college hymnAt 40:30 Dr. James Foster Reece delivers benediction - after a few seconds, tape...
Dates: March 16, 1968

Interview with former Knoxville College Students , Circa mid 1970s

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 12
Scope and Contents Interviews with former Knoxville College students.00:00 Unidentified student speaking about Black family.07:10 Student Charles McKinnon speaking about why employers are apt to employ Blacks. Video cuts away before he finishes speaking.12:15 Student [unknown] Dennis speaking about Black family. Appears to be a reshoot of the first speaker.25:16 Unidentified student speaking on making the most of the college experience.31:25...
Dates: Circa mid 1970s

Jim Thorpe Collection

Identifier: MSC 0900a
Scope and Contents

Materials from October 2020 donation not related to 1982 World’s Fair. Separated from original collection (MSC 0900).

Finding aid available.

Dates: 1983 - 1990

Knoxville College Archives.

Identifier: MSC 0395
Scope and Contents Archives from Knoxville College received on July 14, 2007. Other records probably still remain at Knoxville College that could be with this material. The collection includes college catalogs, yearbooks. scrapbooks 1 scrapbook compiled by Robert Booker from newspapers and clippings from the Carl Cowan Papers; presidents papers and administrative papers, early history, Carl Cowan Papers. Also some yearbooks from Morristown College and some audiovisual materials. There are no student nor...
Dates: 1875 - 1978

Knoxville College Band and Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day, Circa 1990

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 10
Scope and Contents

Color video documentation from a fixed position in the stands of Knoxville College Marching Band practicing in the daytime on the college's football field.

At 8:00 video switches to documentation of Knoxville College Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day.

Total time: 10 minutes

Dates: Circa 1990

Knoxville College Band Homecoming Centennial Celebration, 1975

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 1
Scope and Contents

Black and white video documentation of the Knoxville College marching band and Homecoming Queen from a fixed location in the stands during the halftime show of the school's 1975 Homecoming centennial celebration football game, with some commentary from announcer and crowd conversation. WJBE radio staff and manager speak at the end of the video.

Total time 23 minutes

Dates: 1975

Knoxville College glass plate negative

Identifier: SPC 2019.086
Scope and Contents

Photo of McKee Hall and Elnathan Hall on Knoxville College campus

Dates: ca. 1896-1909

Knoxville College Glee Club

Identifier: SPC 2019.087
Scope and Contents

Black & white group portrait of Knoxville College Glee Club (4 men, 4 women). Back printed with names of members. Photographer’s mark on front, silver embossed, McCrary & Branson.

Dates: ca. 1893-1895

Knoxville College Homecoming Halftime , 1976

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 2
Scope and Contents

Black and white video documentation of the Knoxville College marching band from a fixed position in the stands during the halftime of the school's 1972 Homecoming game, with commentary from announcers. Presentation of Homecoming Queen. Tennessee Walking horse Cadillac Diamond is presented. Plaque is presented to football coach.

At 19:45 tape cuts to footage of a men's basketball game.

Total time 24 minutes 30 seconds

Dates: 1976

Knoxville College Rose Hulman NCAA Division 3, March 4, 1977

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 13
Scope and Contents

Documentation of a basketball game between Knoxville College and Rose Hulman Institute of Technology. Video static throughout tape renders image non-viewable. Audio is audible.

Time: 52 minutes

Dates: March 4, 1977

Knoxville College Video Collection

Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.017
Dates: Majority of material found in Circa 1970s

Knoxville College vs. Fort Valley football game , 1977

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 5
Scope and Contents

Black and white video documentation of a daytime football game between Knoxville College and Fort Valley State College from a fixed position in the stands.

The video frequently cuts out and has poor tracking and interference throughout. Most of the audio is inaudible.

Total time: 44 minutes

Dates: 1977

Knoxville College vs. Lane College basketball game , February 7, 1977

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 9
Scope and Contents

Black and white video documentation of a basketball game between Knoxville College and Lane College on February 7, 1977, from a fixed location in the stands.

Total time: 58 minutes

Dates: February 7, 1977

Knoxville College vs. Paine College basketball game, January 31, 1973

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 7
Scope and Contents

Black and white video documentation of a basketball game between Knoxville College and Paine College on January 31, 1973. The video has frequent interference and drops outs, and is mostly silent.

At 58:00 the tape cuts off and a boxing match between two unidentified boxers plays through to the end of the tape.

Total time: 1 hour 3 minutes

Dates: January 31, 1973

Robert J. Booker interview , 2003

Scope and Contents Interview with Knoxville civil rights activist and African-American historian Robert J. Booker by McClung Collection Director Steve Cotham in 2003.Booker discusess his life growing up in Knoxville, his time at Knoxville College, his role in the civil rights movement, desegregation protests at lunch counters and the Tennessee Theatre in downtown Knoxville, work in Guinea for Crossroads Africa, his time in the Tennessee state legislature, working for Stroh's beer in Detroit, his...
Dates: 2003

Rogers Memorial Baptist Church members, 1978

Identifier: Knoxville College Tape 3
Scope and Contents Black and white video documenting interviews by Knoxville College students with members of Knoxville-based African American church Rogers Memorial Baptist Church, founded in 1882. The primary line of questioning is about the 17th Street connector that is planned to be constructed behind the church. Earl McKelfa tnterviews Deacon Micahel Giles, Gloria Jones interviews Harvey Seals, Lagreta Wilson interviews unidentified subject who states the church has 300 members, Joseph Cannon interviews...
Dates: 1978