Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
E. T. U. Freshman Hop invitation
Invitation to the Freshman Hop given to the Graduating Class of the University of Tennessee in 1878. The invitation reads "E.T.U. - Lamar House" with a vignette of marching Union soldiers above the letters. In 1879, the state legislature changed the name from East Tennessee University to the University of Tennessee.
Elden Hawk Collection (gift in memory of Jo Hawk Lowe)
Frances Hodgson Burnett letter to Mamie B. Foust, Knoxville, 1922.
MM.1981.065 a: February 4, 1922 letter from Frances Hodgson Burnett, Madison Square Hotel, N. Y., to Mamie B. Foust, Knoxville. ALS 6 pp. (2 pcs. + envelope). Re: Miss Foust’s letter; the wedding dress Burnett wore to a ball at the Lamar House; New Market, Tenn.; Sally O’Neill. + June 14, 1940 clipping re: letter from Knoxville News-Sentinel. MM.1981.065 b: Typed transcript of February 4, 1922 Burnett letter to Foust + mounted newspaper clipping.
Lamar House, May 1876. “Presentation of banner to McKinney Guards.” (formerly identified as President Rutherford B. Hayes’ visit to Knoxville). On back of card: Harry C. Mix, Macon, Ga.. Copy Photographs of stereograph (to size), plus three 8x10” enlargements of the image details. Thomas E. Wise, owner of original, did copy work and sent these prints, along with some photocopies, in 1995.
Lamar House - Bijou Theater. Booklet for fundraising drive for restoration, published by Knoxville Heritage . (ephemera)
Lamar House - Bijou Theater. Booklet for fundraising drive for restoration, published by Knoxville Heritage.  1 pc. (ephemera)
Lamar House - Bijou Theatre
Lamar House hotel property auction, 1881.
February 1881 printed notice of Chancery sale of the Lamar House Hotel property by auction. 1 pc.
Lamar House receipt, 1871.
Lamar House Hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. receipt to Mrs. Blair(?) for boarding self and sister 3/4 days. $4.50. Signed by J.C. Flanders, proprietor, Lamar House. DS 1 pc. September 21, 1871.
Lamar House stereoview.
Lamar House stereoview. Presentation of Banner to the “McKinney Guards” Knoxville May 1876. ID handwritten on back (image previously (mis)identified as President Rutherford B. Hayes at the Lamar House, 1877). ‘Harry C. Mix Macon, Ga.’(stamped and handwritten on back.
Crease down center; tear damage on left side of right image.
Nineteenth Century Ephemera.
Terpsichorean Club Grand Bal Masque invitation, 1871. (ephemera)
Terpsichorean Club Grand Bal Masque invitation + ladies invitation and envelope, 1871, Lamar House, Knoxville, Tenn. 1872 season tickets for the Eastern Division Fair, Knoxville, Tenn. (3 tickets); Euterpe Combination, Opera House, 1880 program.