Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Two 8 x 10” B&W photographs taken by Wm. Amick, Photography-Visual Sales, Tampa, Fla.. SPC 2015.003.001 Cas Walker (3rd from left) under awning with four other people. ‘Cas Walker’s Stables’ on trunk. . SPC 2015.003.002 Back of bus ‘Horses. Cas Walker’s Stables. Pass cautiously--driver asleep.’ 1954 on license plate.
Copy photograph of young boy standing on sidewalk, Knoxville (Asylum / Western Avenue?, Clinch Avenue?). Shows streetcar and horse and buggy in background. From the William J. McCoy, Jr., family album.
Photocopies of three letters: August 3, 1846, letter from I. T. Douthit, Little Rock, Ark., to his sister Mary Ann Douthit, Monroe County, Tenn. ALS 3 pp. Re: his appointment as Asst. Commissary to the Tennessee Cavalry; February 9, 1847 letter from P. Daniel, Mexico, to Dr. I. C. Douthit, Tampico, Mexico. ALS 1 p. Re: receipt for horse; January 1849, letter from James W. Gillespie, Washington, Tenn., to Dr. Isaac Douthit, Monroe County, Tenn. ALS 2 pp. Re: horse.
J. R. Cunningham Grocery Store and horse & wagon (in 1904 Knoxville City Directory: James R. Cunningham, grocer)?; badly faded, sepia. 5 1/2 x 4”, mounted; Bridge or dam construction? no ID. 5x7” mounted, sepia.
Horse show programs from Knoxville and Morristown, Tenn., and Tampa, Fla., ca. 1951-1969. Gift of Mrs. Albert Jones.
Horse show programs from Knoxville and Morristown, Tenn and Tampa, Fla., ca. 1951-1969. Gift of Mrs. Albert Jones. 2 boxes.
James White note to Lt. Robert Rhea, Sept. 9, 1793. Re: Re: collect your troop of horses and do your best to overtake the thieves & retake the horses. ALS 1 pc. Mounted on paper. Penciled note ‘Very Rare.’
Miscellaneous Jefferson County, Tenn., records, ca. 1830s-1840s. 5 pcs. 1. 183_ marriage bond, George Routh and Catharine Rankin. 2. 1829 marriage license, Russell Birdwell to Louisa B. Rodgers (fragment). 3. 1841 stud horse(?) license issued to Alexander E. Smith. Cocke County. 4. 1841 note to Col. Jos. Hamilton. 5. 18th District report- list of persons whose children are entitled to the school fund. No date.
John Henry Creekmore (died July 17, 1912) funeral procession with horse-drawn hearse, horses and buggies. Lafollette, Tenn. Original photograph + 2 copy photographs. Also, 120 copy neg. + photocopy of clipping re: Creekmore’s death.
John Sevier, Knoxville, Tenn., letter to Col. David Henley, January 13, 1797. ALS 1 p. (Fragile; fragment of seal on outer paper). Re: Isaac Johnson’s report of several horses stolen by the Indians.
Letter from Laura Hood(?) Houk, The Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Ky., to Miss Julia Ashe. October 5, 1905. ALS 2 pp. + envelope with stamp. Re: Breakfast given honoring the bride Laura Houk; world’s fastest harness horse.
Broadside about Lightfoot Hal, Jr., a combined saddle and harness stallion. Gives lineage of the horse. Wm. A Chanabery, Palace Stable, Knoxville or John M. Harris, Sedgewick Blk., Knoxville. 1 pc. No date. Small tear near center. S.B. Newman & Co., printers. 12 x 18.”
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.
James O’Conner & Company Saddlery Goods illustrated advertisements. Knoxville, Tenn. 1885. Includes one oversize piece (fragile) on saddles; price list for saddles. 1 pc.; Buggies, road carts and phaetons. 1 pc. All 1885.
Hawkins Co., Tenn. papers of the Cockreham and Horner families. Includes account books, ledgers receipts, estate settlement documents, etc. Ca. 1820s-1870s, 1903. Also included: Cheek’s X Roads (Cross Roads) day book, 1826-1827; stallion license, 1841; Hawkins Co., Tenn. warrants, bills of cost, 1841-1845; five leather cases (wallets).
Black & white photograph (6.25” x 8.25”) mounted on board (8” x 10”). Bottom edge of board stamped “V. E. Rutherford. Fountain City, R. D. 1 Tennessee” in varying fonts. Virgil E. Rutherford (10/10/1873-05/08/1949) was a photographer in Fountain City, Tennessee.
Image of white and African American men out near Smithwood working in a hay field. One young man holds a small wooden water barrel. Horses are hooked up to carts and piles of hay are in the field
R. D. Thomason vs. Daniel Glisson. Opinion by [T. A. R.] Nelson, Judge. No date (after 1864). ADS 2 sheets. Re: Gen. Smith, U. S. Army, removing 600 horses from Weakley and Henry Counties, to keep them from Gen. Forrest, C. S. A. Plaintiff’s horse was taken.
December 25, 1854, letter from W. A. Drury, Talladega, Ala., to George Gillespie & Co., Kingsport, Roane Co., Tenn., ALS 1 p. (torn; 2 pcs.). Arrived in Talladega, the excitement was less than expected and the chances for getting property were better; found copper in two of our shafts; bring a horse - hard to rent one; hired six Germans from Ducktown.
Letter from Zachr. Maclin, Nashville, to Col. [David] Henley, Knoxville. December 24, 1797. ALS 1 p. Re: his brother John is missing a black horse thought to have been taken by the Indians. Please give to the horse to his brother William Maclin to return. John did not know the horse was missing because he served with General Carter the past year.