University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
Poster, yellow with bold lettering stating "16th Annual Art Auction At UT's Spectacular, Big Music Bldg. Auditorium 7:30 p.m. May 16," illustration of an astronaut at the top and references to "Open the Door," "2000 Space Odyssey" and "Hair," 26"h x 20"w, 1969. 1 pc.
Souvenir booklet on East Tennessee Foot Ball Association teams (and University of Tennessee - part of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association). Includes group photograph and roster for each team: University of Tennessee; Maryville College; Tennessee Deaf and Dumb School; Carson-Newman College; Baker-Himel School; Tusculum College; Knoxville Y.M.C.A.
Oversize aerial photograph of the University of Tennessee campus, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1950 (16 x 20”, B&W. 1 pc.)
Aerial photographs of 1982 World’s Fair site, downtown Knoxville, University of Tennessee, and Knoxville’s riverfront. Taken by John W. Proffitt. (color photographs)
Aerial photographs of 1982 World’s Fair site, downtown Knoxville, University of Tennessee, and Knoxville’s riverfront. Taken by John W. Proffitt in 1982. 27 color photographs, all mounted on heavy paper. Photographs are 11"x16” and 11"x14.”
Program from a performance of Maya Angelou at University of Tennessee on October 21, 1982 presented by Women’s Coordinating Council with reception immediately following by Black Cultural Programming Committee.
Armstrong Family Papers, 1826-1892. Include the papers of Drury P. Armstrong and Robert Houston Armstrong.
Carousel Theatre scrapbooks, ca. 1956-1964. Two scrapbooks (both poor condition) containing newspaper clippings, ephemera, and especially letters and drawings from school children. Gift of Ron Allen.
Certificate of Distinction, Jos. J. Reed, University of Tennessee, 10 June 1885. Pract Agriculture & 1st French. Also with handwritten note “L. L. Callaway, 4 Mile Branch, Tenn.”
Collection includes: Seymour family history; philosophical papers of Charles Milne Seymour; Knoxville Library correspondence, 1949-1956; selection of new U.T. president, 1946-47, 1950; St. John’s Episcopal Church history and notes. Notes on St. John’s centennial celebration in 1946 received from Digby Seymour, April 16, 1980.
Black-and-white group portrait of men in dairy uniforms outside a building with "Dairy Hall" in an arch over the door. Photographers mark in corner "Brakebill & McCoy; Knoxville Tenn."
Photographs (many unidentified) and ephemera of the Dent Mitchell Family. Includes items related to Henry Minor Dent, Sr., Henry Minor Dent, Jr., Dorothy Mitchell Hale, Fannie Hale, and others. Yearbooks (1937, 1938, 1940) from Dobyns-Bennett High School (Kingsport Tenn.) Photographs and ephemera from University of Tennessee and Delta Tau Delta fraternity (1940s). Handwritten 1902 recipe book by Fannie Hale.
Diploma of William G. Rose, University of Tennessee Knoxville, M.S. in Education, 26 August 1932.
1. 1931 Miller's receipt 2. 1978 Boy Scout advertisement (Troops #18, #59, #16); interest meeting to be held at Farragut Middle School 3. May 11, 1985 Memphis Chicks vs. Knoxville Blue Jays ticket 4. 1986 Knoxville Blue Jays Child General Admission ticket 5. 1986 University of Tennessee Hall of Fame Awards Program 6. 1991 Farragut High School Commencement Program
“Hoke’s Bicentennial View” a hand-printed lithograph by Robert Cothran and Beauvais Lyons, 1994. Published by University of Tennessee Bicentennial Committee. 22 x 28”. 1 pc. Numbered XIII of XV. Total produced: 115. + related papers.
May 20, 1982, letter from John (Johnny) Majors, head football coach, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to Charles F. Bryan, Jr., director, East Tennessee Historical Society. TLS 1 p. Sending in membership to the Society.
Matriculation cards, invitations, calling cards, ribbons, programs, report cards, exams, photographs, correspondence, tickets, newspaper clippings, other ephemera and memorbilia from Katherine Williams time at University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Written in ink on first page “Katherine Williams. Memory Book, kept while attending University of Tennessee.” Spine cover detached from boards, but binding intact.
The collection consists of material from Kenneth Scruggs Evans’ work and life in Oak Ridge, Tenn. As well as some professional documents related to his fathers.
Scientific Program Bulletin for the Centennial Meeting of the Knoxville Academy of Medicine, University of Tennessee Student Center, March 20,1957 “Commemorating a Century of Medical Progress 1857-1957”