Found in 737 Collections and/or Records:
Anne Wetzell Armstrong Papers
This collection includes copies of many of her articles, typescripts of her plays, and a handwritten copy of her (as of 06/2019) unpublished autobiography. In addition, many family photos and other family ephemera, as well as correspondence (her father’s Civil War letters and other personal correspondence of AWA). There are a number of books (primarily novels) included with the collection -- including first editions of both of her novels.
Annie Brownlow Patrick portrait
Annie Brownlow Patrick, ca. 1888-1893, Taken by A.E. Rinehart Studio, Londoner Block, Denver, CO. She was the daughter of W.G. Brownlow.
Annual Spring Tour and Meeting
Annual Spring Tour and Meeting. L-r: Dr. David Adkisson, President of Cleveland State College; speakers: Col. James F. Corn, Sr., Mrs. Maurine Tipton, Mr. Terry Townsend. B&W 8x10”
Appalachian Club Memories
SPC 2015.010.001 Appalachian Club Memories near Gatlinburg. Friends of your Aunt Laura who lived in Gatlinburg. Lath house growing ginseng. RPPC SPC 2015.010.002 Appalachian Club Memories Above Little River. ‘More Smoky exploring.’ SPC 2015.010.003 Appalachian Club Memories. ‘Exploring in the Smokies.’ Faint image. SPC 2015.010.004 Appalachian Club Memories’ Aunt Bessie’s cabin in background by Little River.’ ‘She painted there in the summer at Elkmont.’
SPC 2014.009.001 Group of five men, all unidentified except man on far right, Samuel Mayes Arnell (1833 Columbia, Tenn.-1903, Johnson City, Tenn.). 5x7.5” sepia print mounted on backing. 1 pc. SPC 2014.009.002 Jane Mayes Arnell (1856-1923), [daughter of Samuel Mayes Arnell]. 4x6” sepia print mounted on board. 1 pc.
Asylum yard. T.M. Schleier.
One stereograph. SPC 2016.003 Asylum yard. [Grounds at the School for the Deaf in Knoxville?]. Views Around Knoxville. The Beauties of American Switzerland. Negatives and Published by T.M. Schleier. American and Stereoscopic Emporium, Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten note: Asylum yard.
At Queen Theatre
8 X 10” B&W photograph adhered to piece of glass. At Queen Theatre, Knoxville, Tenn. Six men in military uniforms with framed military portraits and large painting, Uncle Sam on poster. “Fighting In France” on posters and the marquee. 1918. .
Athene Circle Collection.
Ault Family Photograph
Ault Family Photograph, 1904. Group portrait of family of Joel Kelly Ault (1834-1914) All persons identified on verso.
Automobile garage interior
SPC 2011.004.001 Automobile garage interior with four men in center, cars at sides. Tentatively identified by seller as Cadillac-Dodge dealership on Gay & Main, Knoxville, Tenn. 1920s. Sepia. 5 x 7” mounted photograph. 1 pc.
Baker - Himel School 5th football team
Baker - Himel School 5th football team, 1904. 8 x 10” sepia, mounted + 8 x 10” B&W copy print. 120 copy neg. available, 1991.
Baker-Himel School Baseball Team, Knoxville, Tenn. 1905
Baker-Himel Baseball Team, Knoxville, Tenn ca. 1905 1 8x10 black-and-white (sepia) photograph (7.25 x 9.25) mounted on board Knaffl & Bro., Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville Engraving Co. copy ticket on back, order no. 16235.
Barber and McMurry Collection
Barber and McMurry Collection contains 3 boxes of photographs + 5 large boxes containing renderings & photographs of selected projects
Includes 2 copies of exhibition catalog for Dulin Art Gallery's "The Architecture of Barber and McMurry 1915-1940: An Exhibition of Photographs and Drawings" on exhibit September 20 to October 15, 1976.
Barber & McMurry photograph collection
Barry Spann artwork presentation
Ephemera of the September 6, 2012 presentation of two paintings by Barry Spann to the Howard H. Baker Jr. United States Courthouse. Includes invitation to the event, information sheet on the paintings, nomination for East Tennessee Historical Society 2011 Award of Excellence (for the research of the background of the artwork in the Courthouse), and photos of the Barry Spann artwork in the Courthouse.
Battle of Fort Saunders. Photograph of painting by Knaffl Bros.
Battle of Fort Saunders: Viewed from Longstreet’s Bluff, South side of river. Sepia image 5 1/4 x 2 3/4”. Mounted on card (upper left corner torn): “Souvenir, 1863-1890. Painting 8 x 20 feet, on exhibition at 242 Gay Street.” Note on back of card says “Property of Russell Harrison.” Photograph of painting by Knaffl Bros.
Bean family children
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).
Beaumont School, Knoxville, Tenn. Ext. 8 x 10” B&W
Copy photograph of Beidleman Mill, Sullivan County, Tenn.. Burned ca. 1965.
Bell House School
Bell House School, Knoxville, Tenn. Interior and exterior, children dancing in schoolyard to phonograph. Includes 1 mounted sepia photograph of painting of the school by Lloyd Freeman , 1911 (corner of mounting broken). approx. 8 x10” B&W
Bernice Stiles material.
Bill Tracy Photograph Collection (photographs and negatives)
Bistro Restaurant Photograph
Color snapshot of painting of reclining nude woman hanging over the bar in the Bistro Restaurant adjacent to the Bijou on Gay Street, Knoxville. Used as a Christmas greeting postcard in December 2002 from Margaret (Grace) Boyd, sent to the McClung Collection. 4x6”.
Black/Jones/Clamon/Boyd Family Photo Album
Photographs and genealogical information about Coy W. Black, Sr. Family (Greene County, Tenn.), John Boyd Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.), Frank Cain Clamon Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.), and Daniel Jones Family (Hawkins County, Tenn.).
Blount Mansion Photographs
Blount Mansion (2 ext.; main hall; drawing room); portrait of Governor William Blount; monument in memory of Mary Boyce Temple (DAR); St. John’s Episcopal Church (int.).
Blue Circle #8
Blue Circle #8 (restaurant), 5003 N. Broadway, Knoxville, Tenn. 8 x10 “ color. Copied from advertisement, enlarged and color enhanced.
Bondurant Brothers (photographs)
Bondurant Brothers, photographs of the business operation
Boren Family Papers, 1839-1909.
Boyd Family Photograph
Family photograph of the Boyd Family of Knoxville. Taken by T.M. Schleier, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1850s. Standing: Samuel Beckett Boyd (lawyer, judge, Mayor of Knoxville). Seated, l-r: Sophia(?) Boyd Conick(?), Eva Boyd Munson, Jimmy Boyd, Sue Boyd Barton, Susan Howard Mason Boyd (Mrs. Samuel B.), Ella Boyd, John Mason Boyd, and Anna Boyd Fleming.