Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Printed political cartoon re: Andrew Johnson entitled ‘Johnson’s Love For the Soldier.’ Ca. 1866. Portrays favoritism of African American solders over white soldiers. Back of card is printed with information about paying Black soldiers $300.00 and not having money to pay White soldiers $100.00. Anti-Johnson. 3 x 4.25.” 7 copies.
8 X 10” B&W photograph adhered to piece of glass. At Queen Theatre, Knoxville, Tenn. Six men in military uniforms with framed military portraits and large painting, Uncle Sam on poster. “Fighting In France” on posters and the marquee. 1918. .
Battery G, First Tennessee Artillery roster. In Camp at Camp Sevier, 1917. Later became Battery C 114th Field Artillery.
Battery G, First Tennessee Artillery roster. In Camp at Camp Sevier, 1917. Mustered in Federal Service Aug. 5, 1917. Became Battery C 114th Field Artillery Sept. 13, 1917. Roster of soldier’s names. Includes Bernard J. Hannifin, Knoxville (ancestor of donor). Etching of soldiers and sea battle at top of document. One original + 1 copy . 16 x 21”
Eleven cartes-de-visite of Civil War Union officers. SPC 2014-013-001 Orlando M. Poe (signed). SPC 2014-013-002 M. ([Marsena] R. Patrick. SPC 2014-013-003 John G. Parke. SPC 2014-013-004 Wm. P. Sanders. SPC 2014-013-005 Rufus Saxton. SPC 2014-013-006 Robert C. Schenck. SPC 2014-013-007 Wm. Rosencrans. SPC 2014-013-008 [Lovell] Rousseau. SPC 2014-013-009 D. G. Farragut.(signed). SPC 2014-013-010 David G. Farragut. SPC 2014-013-011 Charles W. Sanford.
March 29, 1815 letter from W. P. Anderson, Col. 24th Inf., Comg. East Section, 7th Military District, Mobile, to Col. E. E. Booth, 5th Regt., Tennessee Militia. ALS 2 pp. Re: Major General Jackson’s orders to Booth to bring his troops to Tennessee to be discharged. Cautions them to avoid the “Marauding practices of the troops of General Taylor’s Brigade...”
Earl D. Reed Collection. World War II photograph albums, U.S. Naval Academy and U.S. Marine Corps material.
“Ex Confederate Reunion” Decatur Tennessee Sept. 27, 1893. Group photograph with men holding flags in background, seated men with musical instruments in foreground. Taken by A.M. Tomlinson, Photographer. Athens, Tenn. 9.5x7.25” image on matte board. Damaged: stained, faded. Also, identified by seller as from same day (background building is the same): group picture with men, some women and children, U.S. flag and 26th Tennessee flag. 8x5” on backing. Faded.
11 8x10” B&W copy photographs from J.P. Roddy, Jr.: South Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. 1917. 1 pc.; frozen Tennessee River from different views, one with Kyle Jenkins, 1917. 5 pcs.; Third Tennessee Infantry (became the 117th Infantry of the 30th Division), March & September 1917. 5 pcs.
Material re: WOJG James R. Eddy, Knoxville, Tenn., and his career in the United States Air Force and work with the Ground Observer Corps. Ca. 1952 and later. Photocopies.
Photograph album of James Robinson Ogden, who came to Knoxville with the 2nd Ohio Cavalry during the Civil War, Leather 5x6” album containing mostly Civil War era CDVs (cartes-de-visite). 22 photographs. Subjects include: John Keyes, view of Knoxville(?), [General Ambrose] Burnside, General George Stoneman, James R. Mitchell, H.C. Squire(?), W. Chamberlain, Henry Chester, E.C. Ruggles.
Jim Thompson Co., Thompson Photograph Albums. World War I, Great Smoky Mountains.
Includes 3 boxes of correspondence to Martin Hunt from friends (many from Knoxville) who served overseas during World War II (no date, 1940-1945). Arranged by date.
QSPC 2016.001 Identified as Fourth Tennessee Regiment in parade, at corner of Gay Street and Clinch Avenue. Ca. 1898. Spanish-American War. Military men in uniform, on horseback and on foot, in street. Some with musical instruments. Flags to the side, crowds on sidewalk with police officers. Signs visible for Electric Dental Co. and McCormick. 11x14” COPY photograph with dried glue on the back.
“Outdoor view of Lt. Colonel Hannah and “Major” Hannah (dog). Lt. Col. Hannah served in the 4th Tennessee Infantry during the Spanish-American War. His collar devices show “4” and “Tenn” as well as crossed rifles. Taken at Camp Poland, in Knoxville. (information supplied by seller). Printed on mounting card: Chaney Co. C, 4th T.V.I. The Soldier’s Photographer, Camp Poland, Knoxville.
Paul C. Wyatt, World War II Photograph Albums. Includes: World War II photograph album, kept by Paul C. Wyatt of Knoxville. 30 photographs of scenes, soldiers, and related images in North Africa and Italy. Also, a smaller album titled: "Service Record" with soldier photographs and photo postcard views. Gift of Ron Allen 2005.
Three copies of same item. 8x10” B&W photographic copy of etching/lithograph of “Rebel Charge on Fort Sanders, Nov. 29, 1863.” ‘Taken from a sketch made at the time by U.H. Buchtel, Co. H, 104th U.V.I.’
Revolutionary War Pensions. United States Bureau of Pensions. Knoxville, Tenn. Agency. Vol. 1: 1823-1826. Vol 3: 1833-1841.
Revolutionary War Pensions. United States Bureau of Pensions. Knoxville, Tenn, Agency. Vol. 1: 1823-1826. Includes index at front of volume. 173 pp. + notes at back. Bound. Vol 3: 1833-1841. Index at front of volume. Pp. 122-128 cut out but in place in volume. 149 pp. Bound. Vol. III was a gift of Capt. William Rule.
Samuel L. King, 2nd Lieut., 26th Inf., World War I certificate. Drawing of Columbia with soldier in uniform at her feet. 14 x 19” 1 pc. (water damage at upper right). From donor: Samuel Lee King, Jr. (April 20, 1895-January 23, 1959) was the son of Col. Samuel Lee King, Sr. and Annie Phipps King. He was wounded at Soissons, France in WWI and never married.
TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) meeting held in City Council meeting room on the second floor of the old Market House, Knoxville, Tenn. April 28, 1934. Int. Audience view, includes a number of men in military uniform. B&W 8x10” copy photograph.
World War I (WWI) panoramic photograph of Co. H, 117 Infantry, 30th Div. AEF. Gift of Alma M. Moore.
World War I (WWI) panoramic photograph of Co. H, 117 Infantry, 30th Div. AEF.