Found in 732 Collections and/or Records:
Knoxville Police Chiefs / Chief Law Enforcement Officers. Photographs and notes. Gift of Travis Parker, Jr.
10 photographs of Knoxville Police Chiefs / Chief Law Enforcement Officers. Includes: Edward M. Haynes, Joe Kimsey (2) , Huskisson, Chief Harry Huskisson, French Harris, others have no ID. (some are trimmed to odd sizes). Also, Sept. 13, 1977 program of the Kiwanis Club of Northside Knoxville, Memorial Dedication honoring Chief Law Enforcement Officers of City of Knoxville, 1802-1977 (2 copies); typed list of Chief Law Enforcement Officers (3 pp.); handwritten notes.
SPC 2012.010.001 Knoxville Power & Light Company. Streetcar #5 Lonsdale. ‘Don’t Gamble. Buy Now Knoxville Power & Light Company’s Preferred Stock. Pays dividends every three months. People on streetcar and in doorways. 8x10” sepia. Taken by Robin Thompson. 1 pc. SPC 2012.010.002 Knoxville Power & Light Co. employees on stage with electronic appliances. Nelle Mann, 2nd from left (aunt of donor). 11x7” B&W Taken by Robin Thompson. 1 pc.. Other IDs on back of photo.
McDonald’s Restaurant on Kingston Pike. September 1972. 3.5x5” color snapshot. (Given to donor by Tom Cochran) Kay’s Ice Cream Food Shoppe on Asheville Highway. Fall 1997. 4x6” color snapshot.
Knoxville Streetcar City: Photographs from 1984 Exhibit (East Tennessee Historical Society) Includes photograph of the dance pavilion at Fountain City
Knoxville Swiss-American Exhibit Photographs (East Tennessee Historical Society)
Folder 1: Minutes of the Board of Directors of the Young People’s Christian Union, 1913-1916. 1 vol.; Folder 2: Corresponding Secretary’s Book for the Knoxville Young Peoples Christian Union, 1912-1913, 1919 ; Folder 3: Christian Union Community Club booklet, [ca. 1919]; Folder 4: Photographs used in Christian Union Community Club booklet, ; Folder 5: Young People’s Christian Union reports and correspondence, ca. 1921. Especially Wallace D. Hitch.
Lamar House, May 1876. “Presentation of banner to McKinney Guards.” (formerly identified as President Rutherford B. Hayes’ visit to Knoxville). On back of card: Harry C. Mix, Macon, Ga.. Copy Photographs of stereograph (to size), plus three 8x10” enlargements of the image details. Thomas E. Wise, owner of original, did copy work and sent these prints, along with some photocopies, in 1995.
January 26, 1938 note from Miss Laura Thornburgh, Knoxville, Tenn. Re: payment of 1938 dues ($3.00) to Smoky Mountains Hiking Club. ANS 1 pc. + April 11, 1937 snapshot of four hikers, including Mr. Ellis, Laura Thornburgh, and Mrs. Trainer. (+ note from donor).
Lawson McGhee Library, 500 W. Church Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. exterior ca. 1984; East Tennessee Historical Center (formerly old Post Office and Custom House) 314 W. Clinch Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. exterior ca. 1984. B&W 5 x 7”.
Lloyd Branson, painter at easel with self-portrait. B&W 2.5x3.5” + one copy photograph. Lloyd Branson painted the Taylor family at Greenwood in 1873.
Lookout Mountain Views. Photographed and Published by J.B. Linn, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 10 pcs. SV 2003.005.001 through SV 2003.005.010.
Loudon High School Commencement Program, May 18, 1944; Commencement invitation; “Who’s Who of the Senior Class, 1944”; snapshot of group, Spring ‘44; photograph of graduating class (IDs on back).; newspaper clipping from the Loudon County Herald, June 22, 1967, ‘LHS Class of 1944 Sets Reunion.’; “The Class of ‘44” poem.
Loudon Tenn. Historic Preservation of the Carmichael Inn and the Orme-Wilson Storehouse by Rick Dover. (2007)
Loudon Tenn Historic Preservation of the Carmichael Inn and the Orme-Wilson Storehouse by Rick Dover. (2007) Nomination of Rick Dover for ETHS award by Joe Spence, Loudon County Historian
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.
One B&W Polaroid copy negative of Louis Edward Jones (L.E. Jones) and wife Emma Bucher Jones. Copied March 2001. One 5 x 7” B&W copy photograph of Louis Edward Jones (L.E. Jones) and wife Emma Bucher Jones. [ca. 1940?]. Mr. Jones came from Kingston, NY and was an artist. He owned the Cliffdwellers shop in Gatlinburg.
Lucy Hansard Lett / George Felix Lett Collection. Photographs of the Beaumont Avenue area, Knoxville, Tenn. 1910s, 1920s
Lucy Hansard Lett/George Felix Lett Collection. Photographs of the Beaumont Avenue area, Knoxville, Tenn 1910s.1920s. Additional material recd. 8-2013. Rule High School List of Deceased Alumni, 1940-1959.
8 x 10” color photograph of East Tennessee Historical Society Director Cherel Henderson, Tennessee’s First Lady Crissy Haslam (wife of Governor Bill Haslam), and Steve Cotham, Manager of the McClung Historical Collection, Luncheon at the Governor’s residence, Nashville, Tenn. on June 6, 2012. Signed by Crissy Haslam. 1 pc.