Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
1911 Appalachian Exposition medallion
Artifact 2012.002 Appalachian Exposition brass medallion. Knoxville, Tenn. 1911 (Sept. 11 - Oct. 1). Pictures sheaf of wheat, agricultural tools and wording on front; United States flag on back. 1 1/2” diameter, 2 small loops on the top. 1 pc.
“Ex Confederate Reunion” Decatur Tenn.
“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.
Inez Giffin Papers.
Joseph Anderson Kirk fraktur with family births and deaths., Mexican War service (ca. 1894).
Fraktur of Joseph Anderson Kirk. Hand drawn bird, United States flag, and decorated record of births and deaths. Records Joseph Anderson Kirk’s marriage and Mexican War service in Co. D, Fourth Tenn. Volunteers. 22.5 x 28.5.” On paper board. 1 pc. Damaged; torn, taped. Also: photocopies of the service record of J.A. Kirk and widow’s pension papers.
M. H. Gass & Co. Traveling Photographers
Military Parade on Gay Street
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.
Posters. ‘Remember Dec. 7th!’ (World War II poster, 1942).
‘Remember Dec. 7th!’ poster. Shows tattered U.S. flag. By Allen Saulburg(?). OWI poster No. 14. 1942. Color. 28x40” (fold lines)
Printed envelope with Parson Brownlow pictured with flag and 1861 quote. (ephemera)
Envelope printed with blue and red ink published by Jas. Gates, Cincinnati. Portrait of Parson (William G.) Brownlow and April 22, 1861 excerpt from letter to General Gideon Pillow refusing to serve as chaplain. Typed note pasted to bottom of envelope ,’ He answered not in the spirit of The Master.” 1 pc.
“Rebel Charge on Fort Sanders, Nov. 29, 1863.”
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.’
Spanish American War veterans parade
Spanish American War veterans parade, Knoxville, Tenn.. Shows soldiers on horses, flags, crowds, Electric Dental Company, S. B. Newman & Co., McCormick. 8 x 10” B&W.
Tennessee 200 posters (“A Path Divided: Tennessee’s Civil War Years”; “Colors of the Bicentennial”; “Reserve Your Place in History.”).
Thomas Legion (Cherokee Indians in the Confederate Army)
Union County, Tenn. Tennessee State Bicentennial, 1996. Gift of Bonnie Peters.
Material from Union County, Tenn, Tennessee Bicentennial celebration, 1996. Include the Union County flag, insulated drink cup, and documentation received by Bonnie Peters, Union County Bicentennial Committee member (notes, forms, brochures, state publications).
United States flag with 45 stars, ca. 1895-1907. (Gift of Caroline Buckner).
United States flag with 45 stars, ca. 1895-1907. Flag may have a Spanish-American War connection (connected to Marshall Keith; could have been a flag at “Camp Louise” in Athens, Tenn.).
World War I Roll of Honor. Company “B” 117th Infantry, Camp Jackson, S.C. April 3, 1919.
Color poster. World War I Roll of Honor. Company “B” 117th Infantry, Camp Jackson, S.C. April 3, 1919. Includes picture of President [Woodrow] Wilson and King George. Scenes and flags from Europe and the U. S., roster of names. 18x24.5”