Found in 736 Collections and/or Records:
Hamilton Bank Building (Holston Building)
Hamilton Bank Building (Holston Building) Gay St. and Clinch Avenue ca 1940 (Thompson Photograph without id. no.)
Hamilton Family Portraits
SPC 2014-012-001 Olivia Maxwell Hamilton Smith, 1851-1911. Tintype. SPC 2014-012-002 Margaret Elizabeth Maxwell Hamilton. (sepia print on cardboard backing).
Hand-made Christmas cards with original photographs.
Hand-made Christmas cards with original photographs. Made by Knoxville artist Christopher Terry.
Harley D. Ferguson Photograph Collection
Harriman’s first football team (Gift of Walter Pulliam)
Harry Burke Papers.
Harry T. Burn Papers
Hasson Family Photographs (Hawkins County, Tenn.)
Hasson Family Photographs (Hawkins County, Tenn.); framed items, Hopecote cross stitch; Blount Mansion cross stitch; large photograph of seated elderly man with pipe
Hawkins County/Rogersville Photographs (George E. Webb Collection, Hawkins County Records)
Hawkins County/Rogersville Photographs (George E.. Webb Collection, Hawkins County Records)
Helen Black Coleman Photograph Collection. (4"x5" b&w negatives)
Helen Black Coleman Photograph Collection (4"x5" b&w negatives); Helen Ruth Black Coleman (1909-1992) married Clarence Coleman in 1924. She learned b&w photography to help with her husband’s printing business during World War II and also worked at TVA as a photographer/printer due the labor shortage. She continued photography through the war and postwar years, but it played less of a role in her life after that time.
Helen Turner at Rugby, Tenn.
Helen Turner at Rugby, Tenn. Ca. late 1940s-1950s. B&W snapshot
Henderson Photographs (Gift of F. Robert Henderson)
1. SPC 2011.012.001: Believed to be Elijah Henderson and wife (2) in Sevier County, Tenn. On porch. holding Civil War bugle. 2. SPC 2011.012.002: Sally Pickle Henderson with spinning wheel on porch with young neighbor Lura Jane Swan. Taken at the Wears Valley home of the Hendersons. 1897. Knaffl Photo, “The First Lesson.” Oversize copy print with taped ID on back.
Henley Street Bridge Knoxville, Tenn. (negative)
Henley Street Bridge Knoxville (Tenn.) negative; copied from original crumbling blueprint in McClung files by Knoxville Blueprint
Henley Street Bridge Renderings. Proposed design
Proposed Henley Street Bridge Renderings. West Elevation and detail of one pier. Photostats with photocopies. J. E. Greiner Co., Baltimore, MD 1928
Henry R. and Mary Deaderick Duncan Collection.
Herbert Hitch Collection (Photographs)
Herbert Weaver’s Cafe and Union Milk and Grocery
Photograph of Herbert Weaver’s Cafe and Union Milk and Grocery. Union Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. . About 6.5 x 10.5”, sepia. Damage in upper left corner. Glued to carboard backing. 1 pc.
Highland Avenue School
Highland Avenue School (later named Van Gilder School), 6th grade class, taken at the back door of the school, ca. 1912. Front row, 4th from left (in white shirt)--Russell Briscoe. Names of students written in pencil on the back of the photograph. 5x7” sepia print glued to 8x10” black backing.
Hiram Rogers Collection
Materials related to zinc mines in East Tennessee, includes photographs, slides, business records, maps, scholarly papers, artifacts, and ore samples.
Historic Photographic Survey of the Justice Center Site. Knoxville, Tenn. 1999. Prepared by Neil Studios. (photographs)
Historic Sites Survey, Knoxville and Knox County (Tenn) (MPC Metropolitan Planning Commission).
Holbrook Normal College
SPC 2016.004.001 Holbrook Normal College & President’s Residence. Fountain City, Tenn. 9.25 x 7.25” sepia print mounted on board. 1 pc. SPC 2016.004.002 Young Ladies Hall - Holbrook Normal College. Fountain City, Tenn. 9.25 x 7.25” sepia print mounted on board. 1 pc. The building is the former Fountain Head Hotel. The property later became Central High School.
Holbrook Normal College and Fountain City College
Holbrook Normal College class officers
Holbrook Normal College class officers, 1900. Eight individual portraits, single mat with identifications listed below each photo.
Home of Annie and Mae Dunlap, Woodlawn Pike, Knoxville
Home of Col. Matthew McClung
Home of Col. Matthew McClung, in 1933 home of W. P. Washburn, Kingston Pike, Knoxville. In 1939, site of Tyson Junior High School. Sepia 8x10”.
Hood Family photograph album
Hopewell United Methodist Church
Hopewell United Methodist Church, Millertown Pike, Knox County, Tenn. Copy photograph of painting of the original building which was torn down circa 1910. Painting was done December 1916 by Dorothy Groves and hangs in the current church building. 5x7” B&W + 4x5” copy negative (3/85).
Howard Baker, Jr. (Color photograph of river) “A view of Devil’s Jump on one of many scenic overlooks...”)
Color photograph taken by Howard Baker, Jr. No date, unsigned. Image is approximately 19.5"x13” on 21.5"x16” paper. There were a few small bends in the photograph at the time of receipt. 1 pc.