Found in 739 Collections and/or Records:
11 Photographs from Johnson Farm Auction, 7516 Seven Islands Rd. Only 2 identified.
Photographs of accident at Bean Station, Tenn. May 13, 1972; Greyhound bus and tractor trailer truck; 14 people died
Fort Sanders house on Forest Avenue, used as the childhood home of James Agee in the movie “All the Way Home” The house was demolished in 1982. City Hall (former School from the Deaf) under restoration ca. 1983 Downtown Knoxville from Western Avenue (Summit Ave) looking east at the L&N Station and the high rise building under construction on Summit and Walnut
Photographs of Mayor Bill Haslam at the Opening of the Tennessee Theatre
Photographs of the Tennessee Valley taken by Lewis Hine taken in 1933 for the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Photographs of the Tennessee Valley taken by Lewis Hine taken in 1933 for the Tennessee Valley Authority (9 prints)
Photographs: Portrait of O. B. Keister and three unidentified photographs (2 of women and 1 of a child)
Photographs Showing Progress of Construction Gay Street Viaduct. Knoxville, Tennessee. 1919. L. W. Frierson, Supervising Engr. Taken by Thompson Brothers, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 album 7 x 12.5”: 25 photographs mounted on linen.
Photographs of the South Central Bell Building, Church Avenue, Second Presbyterian Church during demolition 1970. One photograph marked Hugh Lunsford, Knoxville Journal. One view of UT Stadium.
Portrait of Brigadier General Lawrence D. Tyson, of 59th Brigade and 50th (“Old Hickory”) Division, U.S.A. Photographed October 14, 1917. Knaffl & Brakebill. Sepia, image area 6 1/5 x 9”.
Portrait of Elizabeth Foster (1927) (Knaffl & Brakebill)
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.
Portraits of young boys in fancy dress clothing: Percy Jones Warwick (age 5, Nov. 17) in jacket with knickers; Clarence Lafayette Warwick (age 4, Nov.? 4) in Little Lord Fauntleroy style outfit). Both by Brakebill & McCoy, Knoxville, Tenn..
Post Office / Custom House exterior with 7 horse drawn mail cars and postmen waiting for mail. Shows south side of the building. 8x10” sepia print mounted on 12x14” board. Knaffl & Brakebill. Second print is interior shot on first floor of same building, with group gathered around a desk trophy on desk (possibly Post Office in ca. 1910 addition). 8x10” sepia print mounted on 12x14” board. Knaffl & Brakebill. 2 folders.
Copy photographs of: group of postmen on the steps of the old Post Office and Custom House, Knoxville, Tenn (ID on back, with two Gossetts); Erastus Gossett in postman’s uniform with son Dewey in his mail bag. May 2, 1901. 4x6” sepia tone copy prints. ID in envelope.
SPC 2012.009.001 President A. Johnson (Andrew Johnson) carte de visite. No photographer listed. 1 pc.
Print labeled Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Shop of Wiley Oakley. June 7, 1935. 1 sepia print with black paper from album on back, 3.5 x 5.5” 1 pc.
Printed panorama photograph of Central High School in the snow. (1930s?) Built 1893 as Holbrook College, later Gresham School, then Central High School, Fountain City.
5x7” negatives + prints (made in ETHC darkroom) of prominent Knoxvillians (Dr. Herbert Acuff; City Managers, Knoxville, 1936 includes James Elmore; Col. Claude Reeder; Price Family; Miss Edith Wise; Judd Mynatt; Dutch Fanz; L.M.G. Baker; Mr. and Mrs. George Ohler).