Found in 739 Collections and/or Records:
CDV of Seymour A. Mynders (born 1861) in military uniform. On back: The Lindsey Art Gallery No. 108 Gay Street Knoxville, Tenn. Handwritten on back: Seymour A. Mynders Captain Company “C” President Phiol-mathesian Society University of Tennessee. + photocopy of typescript biography of Mynders.
CDV portraits of Mrs. O.P. Temple and Miss Mary Boyce Temple, both 1870.
Central High School, Fountain City, Tenn. Exterior
1. Central High School Class of 1938. Thompson Inc. Photo A-2209 (McClung Collection does not have negative). Sepia. 13x10.” 2. Central High School Class of 1941. Thompson Inc. Photo A-4825 (McClung Collection does not have negative). B&W. 13.25x10.”
Chalmers Vestal childhood photograph (buried in Vestal Plot, Old Gray Cemetery)
SPC 2012.011.001 Charles M. Hall residence, 708 N. Broadway, Knoxville, Tenn.. 6x8” sepia print mounted on mat. Crack across top front. 1 pc. Charles M. Hall, solicitor, Knoxville Printing and Box Co., res 708 N. Broadway, 1910 Knoxville City Directory
Charles McClung (1761-1835) Photographic copy of sketch from life in profile; 1 photograph on board (4.5 x 6.5 inches) (Knaffl & Bro.) Inscribed on verso “Charles McClung of the Convention of 1796, To go at the head of chapter IV.” This copy damaged by silverfish.
Ca. 2,500 slides taken by Charles Suddarth Kelly (Knoxville, Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville Hyatt construction site; family home “Ponduckii”; copies of Knoxville postcards);
Charles T. Gilliam, Appt., Corporal Inf., U. S. Army 1 June 1918, Camp Jackson, S.C. + Group portrait [enlistees?] Clinton, Tenn.
Charles T. Gilliam, Appt., Corporal Inf., U.S. Army 1 June 1918, Camp Jackson, South Carolina. + Group portrait [WWI enlistees, train station, Clinton, Tenn?] by Clinton Art Studio
Oversized, undated photograph of Cherokee Boulevard. Sepia. 14 x 19” on board backing. 1 pc.
Five mounted photographs + 1 oversize color postcard of the Andrew Johnson Hotel dining room. SPC 2011.007.001 Friends Normal School, Maryville, Tenn. J. Peden & Co., Main St., Knoxville. SPC 2011.007.002 J. Parnick Smith’s holiday sale signs on store, 1915, 205 Main St. (Maryville?). Taken by A.L. Butcher, Maryville, Tenn. SPC 2011.007.003 J. Parnick Smith store interior. SPC 2011.007.004 Costume party (Halloween?). SPC 2011.007.005 Unidentified house.
Chartres, France (3 carved figures). Photograph (3.5x5”, sepia toned) taken by Christopher Terry and mounted on card back for Christmas card 2002. Saint Peter’s (Church interior). Photograph (4x6”, sepia toned) taken by Christopher Terry and mounted on card back for Christmas card 2003.
Photograph album of Mary Jane Mize Chumlea (born Oct. 10, 1854 in Georgia), second wife of William Claiborne Chumlea (born Aug. 31, 1845 in Knox Co., Tenn. He was a lawyer in Blount Co., Tenn. for 50 years after the Civil War). Album was probably started after their marriage in 1880. Contains 48 photographs, many identified. Album is in poor condition with loose pages and hinge missing from cover. Most photographs are of Chumlea family members or relatives.
13 Stereo color transparency mounted Kodaslides. City Salesmans Club. Includes Christmas Party, December 1953; City Salesmans Club at S&W Cafeteria, October 1953; and Whittle Springs, October 1953. Also included is the cover of the Kodaslides box and the paper enclosures.
Civil War era photograph (albumen print) of two bridges over the Holston River near Knoxville. Inscription on the verso of the photograph: “Two bridges crossing the Holston River, near Knoxville. The bridges were near Fort Sanders. This came from a collection of photos from GAR in Canton, Illinois.
Civil War photographs (tintypes) of Tenn. soldiers, possibly Martin or Rimmer families from Jefferson County, Tenn.
Pair of Union Civil War tintypes (tinted) housed in a octagonal gutta percha case. Subjects are brothers from Jefferson County, Tenn from the Martin or Rimmer family. Case measures 3" H x 2 1/2" W. Condition: Overall very good condition.
Copy photograph of “The Volunteers,” C. C. C. Co. 1459 Tenn. N. P. 10, Sevierville, Tenn. (Original photograph loaned for copying by Mrs. Cecile S. Whitson and returned to her. Original circuit camera / panoramic photograph copied in four 8x10” sections. McClung Collection has copy negatives + two copies of poem “Company 1459” by Earl Chambers, 1935. (photocopies)
Five snapshots (2 are duplicates) of District C, CCC workers. 1934. Sepia. SPC 2017.011.001a Two men, no shirts, standing in front of building. Victor Wihera at right. 2 copies. SPC 2017.011.001b Co. 12 (120?) C.C.C. spelled out in rocks on the ground; two men nearby. 1 pc. SPC 2017.011.001c ”Here are the boys in my tent except the one in the front in his B.V.D.’s.” 2nd row, left: Victor Wihera. 2 copies.
Clarence Eppes, 117th Infantry Band of the A.E.F. World War I.
Clark Music Store [Clark & Jones Music Store], Bearden Shopping Center. February 1964, Taken by Bruce G. Leslie Studio. Two men in room with pianos. 8x10” B&W. 1 pc.
From the estate of Jessie Fox Clevenger,. SPC 2011.011.001 Photographs Fair Garden School group, Rutledge Pike, Knox County, Tenn. Ca. 1911-12. IDs on back of photograph. Donor Jessie Fox (later Clevenger) is child on back row with check mark. SPC 2011.011.002 Burlington Civic Club. Tom Clevenger (back row at left). ca. 1940s.
Clinton High School, Photographs of School Integration, 1956-1957.
Col. Haynes, carte d’ visite. (Rockwell & Cowell photographers, Petersburg, Va.) (ca. 1865)
Col. Henry Ashby. Two 35 mm B&W negatives of Col. Henry Ashby taken of the original photograph.
Color snapshot of 1987 painting by Gordon of old Custom House / Post Office (now the East Tennessee Historical Center), Knoxville, Tenn. Mounted, in mat.
Color transparency of the painting “The Chimney Tops” by Charles Krutch (owned by Lawson McGhee Library). 4x5”.
Colored School for the Deaf, Dandridge Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. August 1957. B&W snapshot.