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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Bean family children

Identifier: SPC 2009.001
Scope and Contents

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).

Dates: ca. 1880

Dorothy J. McLean Collection

Identifier: PC 0082
Scope and Contents

Photographs, postcards, slides, negatives of Great Smoky Mountains taken by Dorothy J. McLean (Mrs. C. C. McLean), Gatlinburg, Tenn.. Ca. 1940s.

Dates: circa 1940s

Howard Baker, Jr. (Color photograph of river) “A view of Devil’s Jump on one of many scenic overlooks...”)

Identifier: PC 0041
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1993

James E. and Robin Thompson photographs of the Great Smoky Mountains

Identifier: PC 0016
Scope and Contents About 420 pcs. Box 1: Copy negatives (from photographs in this collection). Descriptions of photographs and printed material about Great Smoky Mountains photographs. Box 2: Descriptions, 5"x7” photographs backed on linen, b&w postcards; 8"x10" b&w prints, one folder of hand tinted photographs. Box 3: The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Leather bound album of mountains prints for sale. Backed on linen, descriptions on back of photograph. 12" x 10”. Also, loose oversize...
Dates: 1920s-1930s

Louis E. Jones glass plate negatives and postcards

Identifier: PC 0097
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1910s-1930s

Russell Harrison Photograph Collection

Identifier: PC 0018
Scope and Contents The Russell Harrison Photograph Collection contains a variety of street views, vistas, and cityscapes of Knoxville, Tennessee in addition to single and group portraits, civic clubs, businesses, factories, mills, and residences. Harrison was a talented photographer and a serious collector of images of older photographs. Russell Harrison (1888-1968) was a commercial artist employed by Capper Engraving Company. He donated these photographs to the public library. In his later years he lived in...
Dates: 1845-1955

Senate of the Tennessee 51st General Assembly

Identifier: QSPC 2018.003
Scope and Contents

Senate of the Tennessee 51st General Assembly, 1899. Composite. Speaker Seid Waddell. Benton McMillin, Governor. Calvert Bros. & Taylor, Photographers. Nashville, Tenn 1 pc..

Dates: 1899

Six unidentified portraits

Identifier: SPC 2018.003
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: ca. 1880s

Stereograph of King Robinson’s residence

Identifier: SPC 2018.008
Scope and Contents

one stereoview (or stereograph) of King Robinson’s residence, Madisonville, Tenn (handwritten ID on back). Taken by Rapier’s Art Gallery, Sweetwater, Tenn.

Dates: undated