James E. Thompson
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSC 0598
Scope and Contents Abby Crawford Milton Papers--include family material, some suffrage and temperance material. Originally recd. in 13 boxes (now in 11 boxes): 1. Abby Milton--her books, scrapbooks, clippings, certificates, 100th birthday. Boxes 2&3 contained oversize ca. WWII scrapbook and flat package of Q photographs were removed from their boxes. 4. Frances Milton Walker watercolor sketchbooks. 5. Milton Papers, 1880s-1940s. Scrapbooks-Mss. vols. VII. 6. Milton Family correspondence, 1890s-1940s. 7....
Identifier: PAS 0044
Scope and Contents Album of photographs taken by James E. Thompson, ca. 1904-1905, of the construction of streetcar tracks in Knoxville and Knox County, Tenn. 1 album (90 leaves, 720 photographs). Backs of photographs are identified with job number, date, job location.
Identifier: SPC 2019.026
Scope and Contents Schockel (photographer?): 4 rolled photographs by James E. Thompson mounted on linen, marble quarries; Cataloged as SPC 2005.003 in CS 05-08 Photograph Box 6: 13 B&W photographs with ID (some on postcard backing) (Holston River near Jefferson City, Tenn; Camp Beacon Knob, 1912; Pinnacle Marble Quarry, Knoxville; Townsend Lumber Camp above Elkmont; Little River RR , loading logs above Elkmont; snaking logs above Elkmont; WCTU Settlement School, Hindman, Ky.; canal on s. edge of campus; near...
Solid Train Marble from Knoxville, Tenn. to New York City, 1913 panoramic photograph by Thompson. (Gift of Sonja Jones)
Identifier: SPC 2013.006
Scope and Contents Solid Train Marble from Knoxville, Tenn. to New York City via Southern RY & B.B.O. Ry. 1913 panoramic photograph by James E. Thompson. . Compliments of Southern RY. 1 pc. 55 x 9” In QFL 12.
Identifier: QSPC 2005.003
Scope and Contents Unidentified scene. Men, women and children standing on and near building ruins. (A Church fire?). Partially damaged houses in background. Power pole in foreground. Taken by Thompson Photographer, Knoxville. [ca. 1910?] . 9.5x7.5” sepia print mounted on 14x12” mount.
Dates: circa 1910