Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Bill Melton, “Tobacco Road Revisited” [a memoir of growing tobacco in East Tennessee in the mid-twentieth century].
Bill Melton, “Tobacco Road” [a memoir of growing tobacco in East Tennessee in the mid-twentieth century].
Broadside: "East Tennessee Leaps Into Action as $40,000,000 Project Become Reality: Senator Norris Lauded as Father of Valley Plan"
Broadside: "East Tennessee Leaps Into Action as $40,000,000 Project Become Reality: Senator Norris Lauded as Father of Valley Plan" (mentions Cove Creek Dam)
Col. David Fry Papers (1866-1913); in addition to original manuscript concerning David Fry and his widow Alice Fry, photocopies only of pages from a memorandum book (or books) 19 sheets (38 pages).
“Early Printing in East Tennessee, 1791-1830” by Frances Coykendall. No date. TS.
Tri-fold program from the East Tennessee Farmers Convention May 21-22,1895 and First Annual Convention of the East Tennessee Dairy Association at the Custom House, Knoxville Tenn.
Arranged by place and/or subject. Finding Aid available. (375 postcards in archival sleeves)
Invitation to 2019 Annual East Tennessee Business Hall of Fame Dinner held at the Knoxville (Tenn.) Convention Center on April 4, 2019. The event raised funds for Junior Achievement of East Tennessee, Inc. and honored Bill and Crissy Haslam. The event marked the 30 years of the Business Hall of Fame.
James C. Sullivan (1844-1913) Memoir of an Irish American with extensive information about his career as a contractor in railroad construction. Born Boston of immigrant parents; died in Knoxville. Considerable railroad contract work all over the country, a good portion of it in East Tennessee and the South.
Scrapbooks of clippings about weather events from the Knoxville News Sentinel and Knoxville Journal compiled by Jake Huffaker.
Hand drawn and hand colored map of East Tennessee, drawn by Lt. Sam (Samuel) B. (Bell) Palmer, Knoxville, August 1863. Confederate Flag at right. 15 x 9.5” 1 pc.
Slides from talks on East Tennessee artists, Catherine Wiley, Custom House and renovations, and paintings owned by the Tennessee State Museum
“Survey Embry’s Iron-Works on the Holston River, East Tennessee ... as a Site for a National Armory;” “Survey of the Falls of Emory’s River, East Tennessee ... as a Site for a National Armory.”
“Survey Embry’s Iron-Works on the Holston River, East Tennessee ... as a Site for a National Armory;” “Survey of the Falls of Emory’s River, East Tennessee ... as a Site for a National Armory” Removed by Military Affairs Report to the U.S. Senate, 1827.
Will Parham photographs of Blount County (6 folders), East Tennessee and North Carolina. Also includes some non-photograph material and negatives. Will E. Parham (1860-1946) was a woolen mill operator, a state legislator, and chairman of the Blount County Court for many years. He was considered “the Blount County historian” before such an office existed officially and spent many years researching the history and the family history of Blount County.