Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
At Queen Theatre
8 X 10” B&W photograph adhered to piece of glass. At Queen Theatre, Knoxville, Tenn. Six men in military uniforms with framed military portraits and large painting, Uncle Sam on poster. “Fighting In France” on posters and the marquee. 1918. .
CDV of Seymour A. Mynders
CDV of Seymour A. Mynders (born 1861) in military uniform. On back: The Lindsey Art Gallery No. 108 Gay Street Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten on back: Seymour A. Mynders Captain Company “C” President Phiol-mathesian Society University of Tennessee. + photocopy of typescript biography of Mynders.
Co. D, 117th Infantry Camp Jackson, S.C.
QSPC 2016.003 Panoramic photograph, sepia; “Co. D, 117th Infantry Camp Jackson, S.C.," 8"h x 37"w, 1928. Photo by Sargeant. Brittle, cracked.
Co. I, 14th Tenn. Infantry NG (National Guard) Camp John Sevier, Fountain City
QSPC 2016.004 Panoramic photograph, sepia; Photograph; black and white, "Co. I, 14th Tenn. Infantry NG (National Guard) Camp John Sevier, Fountain City” 8"h x 45"w. WWI . Aug. 20, 1919. Brittle, cracked.
Company “C” 3rd Tenn. Infantry
Dyer Civil War CDV album (Calvin M. Dyer’s album)
Elden Hawk Collection (gift in memory of Jo Hawk Lowe)
General Lawrence D. Tyson military uniforms
General Lawrence D. Tyson military uniforms.
Officers 117th Infantry Camp Jackson S.C.
Photograph, sepia; “Officers 117th Infantry Camp Jackson S.C., 1928” Figures numbered. Photographer ‘A Sargeant Columbus’(?). “Co. D, 117th Infantry Camp Jackson, S.C.. 1928. Panoramic print 8"h x 32.5"w; frame 10x35”. 1 photograph + frame. Includes photocopied list of people in picture.
Panoramic photograph of unknown military troops
QSPC 2016.005- Panoramic photograph, black and white, large field with mostly seated military troops or National Guard in foreground (forming the numbers 326) and white tents in background, 1910s-1920s. Photo by Frank E. Price, Constitution Building, Atlanta, Ga.. 41x8”
Portraits of Knaffel brothers
1) copy print photograph of Rudolph Knaffel in Union uniform (physician for the Union Army; husband of Stella Smith) 2) Painting of Louis Knaffel (younger brother of Rudolph) in Union uniform in oval frame. Came from Austria about 1850.