Found in 735 Collections and/or Records:
Framed photographic print of 'Madonna & Child' (Knaffl Madonna), by Knaffl, 1899. Oval, gold colored frame, sepia print. 8"x10”.
3 mounted prints (on heavy cardboard) (all 7.5x5.5” photograph on 8x10” board) from the Knaffl ‘Koon’ (sic.) series: ”Laff an eve’body laffs wid yo’, Cry and yo’ cries all by yo’sef.” 1924; “Honey, does you lub yo man?”; “Called.” + two copies of a young African American child, wearing a hat. no caption. both 4x6”, sepia.
Knaffl Madonna (Madonna & Child) glass plate negative. Original 1899 glass plate negative by Joseph Knaffl (crack at lower right). 1 pc. 8" x 10”
Knox County Attorneys General (removed from frames which were in poor condition and discarded, all mounted on heavy board, some by Branson Studio): 3 with no ID, C. M. Alexander, Ebenezer Alexander, William E. Anderson, Jno. M. Fleming, G. McHenderson, Robert B. Reynolds (?), D. K. Young. In 10 folders.
Box 1 includes two notebooks containing the original agreement forms filled out by participants, which also contain the IDs for the photographs copied. Box 2 includes copies of extra ID and research, some original photographs that were donated to the McClung Collection, brochures, etc. Box 3 contains the photographs used in the book Two Centuries of Knox County History 6 boxes (one oversized) of exhibit photographs 1 box of pamphlets 1 box of slides
Second set (‘Set B’) of copy photographs made from negatives of photographs copied during Knox County Two Centuries Photograph Project during Knox County, Tenn’s, bicentennial in 1992.
Fountain City Hotel ext. (2 copies) and Lonsdale Face Brick Company plant (2 copies). B&W 8x10” copy photographs made from page of Knoxville City Directory (no date). + copy negs.
Knoxville, ca. 1865. Photograph in four sections. [by T. M. Schleier] Gift of Courtland Jourolman. (photographs)
Knoxville, ca. 1865. Photograph in four sections. (Early prints-sepia, some fading--joined together and framed. No number. [by T.M. Schleier] ). Gift of Courtland Jourolman.
SPC 2003.003 a: 101 B&W snapshots of the Knoxville Coster Yard (a.k.a. Coster Shop Rail Yard, John Sevier Yards? Southern RR Yards?). Includes Power House, New Machine Shop, Blacksmith/Boiler, Coach Repair, Woodworking, Freight Office. In 26 PrintFile sleeves. Taken Oct.-Dec. 2001. SPC 2003.003 b: 27 B&W DUPLICATE snapshots in 7 PrintFile sleeves. Freight Office. + Letter of gift , photocopy of agreement, and history of the Knoxville Coster Yard by Thomason & Associates.
Knoxville Female Institute. May 1889. One close-up group of 8 young women (with ID sheet); one group of 8 young women sitting beneath tree, with building in background (upper left portion damaged). Sepia. Approx. 8x10”.
SPC 2012.013.001a Knoxville from College Hill. Stereoscopic views of Knoxville and Vicinity by McCrary & Branson, 130 Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Front of card with photographs. SPC 2012.013.001b Back view with photographer information.
Knoxville High School, Chorus (1931) b/w photograph
Negatives taken by staff of newspaper of local news events from the Knoxville Journal, Jan. 1, 1958 - December 1991. 73 boxes. Includes b&w and color. The negatives are arranged by the approximate date they were shot.
Knoxville Market House in the Snow, ca. 1930. Art print by “W. Edwin T.”
Photographs and clippings selected from the Knoxville News Sentinel files weeded from their morgue; these files covered only a part of the alphabet where space was needed; the files have been heavily weeded through the years before these later files were weeded and given to McClung Collection. Photographs were kept based on quality and continuing interest.
Knoxville of 1915. Photographs from the Thompson Collection used in an exhibit for the ‘Remembering James Agee’ celebration, 2005.
‘Knoxville of 1915’. Twenty framed photographs from the Thompson Collection used in the ‘Knoxville of 1915’ exhibit done by the McClung Collection and the ETHS for the ‘Remembering James Agee’ celebration, April-June 19, 2005. Exhibit was in the gallery space off the ETHC lobby, 1st floor. Captions also located with the photographs. Several of the photographs were hand-tinted by Brenda Hampton, McClung darkroom.