Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Bean family children
Five photographs of Bean family children (Ira, Lelia, Howard & Sabra). All taken by Weiser , Knoxville, Tenn. (‘opposite Post Office’). No date, 5 pcs. Believed to be the children of Tom (Thomas Jefferson) and Mollie (Mary Ann) Bean of Knoxville Tenn. (source of information: Michael Bean).
Dorothy J. McLean Collection
Photographs, postcards, slides, negatives of Great Smoky Mountains taken by Dorothy J. McLean (Mrs. C. C. McLean), Gatlinburg, Tenn.. Ca. 1940s.
Howard Baker, Jr. (Color photograph of river) “A view of Devil’s Jump on one of many scenic overlooks...”)
Color photograph taken by Howard Baker, Jr. No date, unsigned. Image is approximately 19.5"x13” on 21.5"x16” paper. There were a few small bends in the photograph at the time of receipt. 1 pc.
James E. and Robin Thompson photographs of the Great Smoky Mountains
Louis E. Jones glass plate negatives and postcards
Louis E. Jones glass plate negatives and postcards. Most were made during Jones’ years living in Woodstock, N.Y. The photographs were used to make b&w picture postcards in various series: Kingston N.Y., Ulster, N.Y., Catskills, N.Y., Woodstock, N.Y., and the Great Smoky Mountains. Approximately 40 different postcards.
McCrary & Branson. New print of panorama photograph (” All Coons Look Alike to me”) (copyright 1897) +1 1897 print in old frame
McCrary & Branson. Print of panorama photograph (” All Coons Look Alike to me”) (copyright 1897)
Russell Harrison Photograph Collection
Senate of the Tennessee 51st General Assembly
Senate of the Tennessee 51st General Assembly, 1899. Composite. Speaker Seid Waddell. Benton McMillin, Governor. Calvert Bros. & Taylor, Photographers. Nashville, Tenn 1 pc..
Six unidentified portraits
Six unidentified photographs (cartes d’ visite size) of value for the names and addresses of photographers printed on the verso: J. Bushong, Charleston, Tenn; Smiley’s (T. H. Smiley, Knoxville, Tenn; J. M. Honey, Morristown, Tenn; A. T. Hunt, Knoxville, Tenn.
Stereograph of King Robinson’s residence
one stereoview (or stereograph) of King Robinson’s residence, Madisonville, Tenn (handwritten ID on back). Taken by Rapier’s Art Gallery, Sweetwater, Tenn.