Found in 739 Collections and/or Records:
Public Library Collection (Lawson McGhee Library, Knox County Public Library, McClung Historical Collection, etc.).
Pvt. Francis Marion Hancock, County. C, 9th Tennessee Cavalry, U.S.A. (ca. 1835 S.C. to June 23, 1864 Gallatin Tenn..) Lived in Kodak (Henry’s Crossroads, Sevier County, Tenn. 1860
QSPC 2004.001a: American Limestone, Holston Quarry. 1953. B&W 16x20” unmounted photographic print. Damage at left. Shows conveyor belt leading out of quarry. QSPC 2004.001b: ‘A Gift from Floyd Brogden. A picture of the Old Holston Quarry at Mascot, Tenn.’ Color. 13x17” mounted on 16x20 board. Shows steam shovel(?) in operation.
Papers by and about Ray H. Jenkins and his role in the Army McCarthy Hearings (1954); the Col. John Nickerson court martial (1957); and Republican politics. Also includes photographs, editorial cartoons, magazine articles, clippings and Ray H. Jenkins’ speeches. There is a J. Edgar Hoover autograph on a Nov. 29, 1954 letter (folder 16).
Three copies of same item. 8x10” B&W photographic copy of etching/lithograph of “Rebel Charge on Fort Sanders, Nov. 29, 1863.” ‘Taken from a sketch made at the time by U.H. Buchtel, Co. H, 104th U.V.I.’
David Crockett Born at Limestone Aug. 17, 1786. McCrary & Branson. Reproduction of drawing of Davy Crockett. On back: McCrary & Branson Photograph & Portrait Artists. No. 130 Gay St. Knoxville, Tenn. 4.25 x 6.5” 1 pc.
SPC 2009.006.001 Rev. Mrs. V.R. Robinson, Evangelist, Newport, Tenn. SPC 2009.006.002 unidentified building SPC 2009.006.003 unidentified man SPC 2009.006.004 unidentified woman SPC 2009.006.005, 006, and 007 single portraits of unidentified women SPC 2009.004 and 007 have a note on the back:’ photo found during demolition of Black church and school in Scuffle Town, Hots Springs, N.C., during the 1970s.’
Richard Upjohn, Church at Four Mile Point and Riverside Plantation [St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Riverside] (photographs and slides).
Printed on board front: “Large family groups and pictures of residences a specialty.” and “W. E. Singleton, Photographer, 257 Gay St., Knoxville, Tenn.” Written on back: “ Ridgedale “Sulphur Springs” Showing hotel from the east side. Coal Creek Sept 9th, 1892”
Robert Cook photograph albums with photographs of Great Smoky Mountains and Smoky Mountain Hiking Club; U. S. Bicentennial postage stamps
5 photograph albums of photographs of Great Smoky Mountains and Smoky Mountains Hiking Club (all in one box); 2nd box has one album of US Bicentennial postage stamps, 2 albums of postcards (most of mountains); album of photographs re: ETHS and related events. Most photographs taken by Robert Cook (Bob). Extra gift of photographs added 6/98. + last day cover from Baum’s Home of Flowers (June 30, 1942). (Books and ephemera also recd.; added to collection)
Roger A. Daley Collection of photographs and newspapers. He worked for Scripps Howard and Knoxville News Sentinel. He was president of Knoxville Downtown Association in 1970s. Photographs include downtown Knoxville, TVA, Great Smoky Mountains.
SPC 2010.005.001 John Cruze Galvanized Iron & Tin Work. 419 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Faded & torn from backing. 7.5 x 5.75”. SPC 2010.005.002 G. W. Romines in [streetcar] conductor uniform. Blake Studio, Knoxville, Tenn. Sepia; postcard backing. About 3x5”. SPC 2010.005.003 Howard & Ruth [Romines?]. Sepia; postcard backing. About 3x5”. SPC 2010.005.004 Unidentified group, probably a school group. Holding sign: 1927 Sept. 7. Sepia, 8 x 10”.
Ruby Bird, Knoxville High School drama teacher. Collection includes yearbooks, photographs, theatre programs, and plaques from the estate of Miss Ruby Bird. Mostly Knoxville High School and Austin East High School. Includes photograph of student John Cullum.
“Ruins of Parson Brownlow’s printing office Jonesboro, Tenn.” (caption on back of mounted photograph. Seller said date was 1906. Unidentified church in background. Approx. 3.25” square sepia photograph on 5” square mount.