Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2020.005
Scope and Contents The only known copy of a campaign broadside circulated by James W. Newman, a candidate from a Knox County district for General Assembly during the state election of 1857. His opponent was one Moses White, against whom the preponderance of animated vitriol contained in this broadside is aimed.
Broadside--Wanted Poster--One Hundred Dollar Reward for detention and arrest of Charles V. Yancey, formerly of Memphis, on a charge of forgery committed at Knoxville, Tenn. in October, 1920.
Identifier: Ephemera 2015.005
Scope and Contents Broadside--wanted Poster--One Hundred Dollar Reward for detention and arrest of Charles V. Yancey, formerly of Memphis, on a charge of forgery committed at Knoxville, Tennessee in October, 1920. Handstamp of the Knoxville Police Department.
Catalogue of the Officers and Members of the House of Representatives, For 1861-’62 [Nashville, Tenn.]
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2019.002
Scope and Contents Confederate Tennessee broadside printed after the 34th General Assembly met on 7 October 1861. Lists elected officers’ and members’ names, age, place of residence, post office, birthplace, marital status, occupation, boarding house, and counties represented. Edmund A. Keeble, Speaker. Also lists clerks and doorkeepers.
Chancery Sale of Valuable Real Estate. 1854. Signed in type J. F. Deaderick, C. & M. (Sullivan County, Tenn.). (broadside)
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.022
Scope and Contents [Broadside] Chancery Sale of Valuable Real Estate. 1854. Signed in type J. F. Deaderick, C. & M. (Sullivan County, Tennessee). 1pp, 7 ½” x 3”. Sale of land , forge and grist mill. Case involves J. B. Delaney, adm. of George Bushong, deceased. Samuel Rhea. Land contained 224 acres on the Holston River. An important sale! Small ink smudge, small piece off at lower left, affecting a few letters.
Identifier: MSC 0012
Scope and Contents Papers of Charles Freeling Welcker (1809-1861), merchant and farmer of Welcker’s Mills, Roane County, Tenn. Lived for a while in Alabama, then moved back to Roane County, Tenn. Married Caroline Virginia Mitchell. He served as commissioner for the improvement of the Clinch River. Papers include personal and business letters; account books; broadsides; legal documents; and bills of sale for slaves and goods. Topics include: farming; business; navigation and river improvement; slavery; Welcker...
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.004
Scope and Contents Printed Broadside: "Chattanooga, October 4,1861 (Caption Title.). In accordance with a call from Wm. S. Ashe, Assistant Quartermaster General, a meeting of the Representatives of the Southern Rail Roads was held this day at the Crutchfield House. . .the object of the Government in calling the Convention to be, to request the assistance of the Rail Roads in the Confederate States, in furnishing machinery to assist the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road to transport the large amount of...
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2018.002
Scope and Contents Printed Broadside: Chattanooga, Agency, Western & Atlantic Rail Road. Rules Established for the Government of Affairs of this Agency, Relating to Shipment and Receiving Merchandise. [lists 8 rules, the first five governing the procedures for handling freight and the remaining three rules establishing the required behavior and conduct of personnel while they are in the station or on the platform]. "All of the foregoing Rules must be observed by those transacting business at the Agency. March...
Identifier: Ephemera 2000.011
Scope and Contents Circular against the Conservative Union Men of Tennessee (ca. 1869) signed “U. L. A.” speaking against platform of the Conservative Union
Identifier: MSC 0675
Scope and Contents Includes: Armstrong, Seilaz, Buffat family photographs. 24 photographs, 1 framed; ephemera, including invitation, land company prospectus, valentine, train and boat schedules. 19 pcs.; Knoxville Weekly Tribune, August 22, 1888; maps (13 pcs.); World War II ration books (7 pcs.); Pamphlets: Catalogue, Fine Arts Section, Appalachian Exposition and The Way to a Man’s Heart. .(T. E. Burns Co.). Box 2: Armstrong House and Seilaz & Buffat photographs, a Knoxville souvenir book of postcards, and a...
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.004
Scope and Contents Dupont Springs, The Finest Mountain Resort in East Tennessee. Season opens June 1st, 1911. Dupont Springs Hotel, J.E. Newman, Manager. Dupont, Tennessee. Broadside. 8.75 x 12” 1 pc.
Identifier: Ephemera Collection 028
Flyer for J. P. Matthews Store, Morristown, Tenn. promoting “J. F. G. Special Coffee and Swan’s Products.” (Broadside) February 28, 1929.
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.018
Scope and Contents Morristown, Tenn. 1929. Flyer for J. P. Matthews Store, telling of free demonstration of J.F.G. coffee and Swan's products, full page list of giveaways. VG. cond. Size 8x11".
Identifier: MSC 0341
Scope and Contents 1/2 plate ambrotype (tinted) of Frederick S. Heiskell open measurements 9.75 x 6"; “Leviathan, Junior” broadside for stud horse, March 5, 1838; 8x10” photograph; 2 receipts; 1 cover; 1 Knoxville register receipt; Hu Brown letter; Frederick Heiskell letter to Maj. Gen. George Stoneman (“Fruit Hill, Knoxville, April 28, 1865”); 2 volume set of Hinton’s History of the U.S. (Heiskell’s copy)
Identifier: Ephemera 2014.002
Scope and Contents Funeral Service of Ex-President Andrew Johnson [August 1875]. Unrecorded broadside. H. H. Ingersoll, Chief Marshall. Greeneville, Tenn.. 1 pc. Ephemera
Scope and Contents Broadside for Greeneville Female Academy, 1848. Lists school expenses. Photocopy. 1848 letter from George W. Foute to Ethelinda Foute Eagleton. Photocopy.
Identifier: MSC 0671
Scope and Contents The John F. Deaderick collection includes deeds, 1790-1910; “The Western Monitor” (July 11, 1829) (1 issue); Sam G. Heiskell clippings; “King Caucus in East Tennessee: A Lament” (Broadside); American Economist & East Tennessee Statesman (July 25, 1824); correspondence and legal papers 1868-1875 “King Caucus in East Tennessee: A Lament” is a broadside about the politics of the 1824 presidential election
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2019.004
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.003
Scope and Contents Free at J.P. Matthews’ Store A Demonstration of “J.F.G. Special Coffee” and Swan’s Products Thursday, February 28, 1929. 500 South Cumberland Street, Morristown, Tennessee. Broadside. 1 pc. 8.5 x 11” Fragile.
Knox County Klan Headquarters newsletter, issued by the Kligrapp.  + K. K. K. Labor Day broadside, 1925. (ephemera)
Identifier: Ephemera 2013.001
Scope and Contents Ephemera 2013.001. 001 a&b Knox County Klan Headquarters newsletter, issued by the Kligrapp. [A.W. Murray. Typed copy, 2 pp. 1925] Ephemera 2013.001.002 K.K.K.K. Celebration. Labor Day, Monday September 7, 1925, Knoxville, Tenn. Caswell Park. Broadside. 1 pc.
Identifier: MSC 0010
Scope and Contents Leonidas Campbell Houk (1836-1891), was born in Sevier County, Tenn. He was a lawyer, judge, and congressman. He served in the Union Army from 1861 to 1863. He was circuit judge of the 17th judicial district of Tennessee (1866-1869). Moved to Knoxville in 1870 and was involved in local and national politics. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1878 and served until his death in 1891. He was married to Elizabeth Matilda Smith (died 1879) and to Mary Belle Van Rosen. John...
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2003.002
Scope and Contents Broadside about Lightfoot Hal, Jr., a combined saddle and harness stallion. Gives lineage of the horse. Wm. A Chanabery, Palace Stable, Knoxville or John M. Harris, Sedgewick Blk., Knoxville. 1 pc. No date. Small tear near center. S.B. Newman & Co., printers. 12 x 18.”
Identifier: PAS 0072
Scope and Contents Broadside for the sale of A. J. McCallie’s Sevier County, Tenn., farm, 1891; photograph album of McCallie Home, Sevier County, Tenn. 12 photographs; copy photographs of home of Andrew J. McCallie (+ original photograph), hen house, cistern, Joseph M. McCallie and niece; Sevier County schoolhouses - Middle Creek class and McCroskey School; Andrew Jackson McCallie and Harriet Theodocia Adeline Cunningham McCallie at their house on Boyds Creek, Sevier County, Tenn.; sisters of J.M. McCallie; sons...
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.009
Scope and Contents Roane Hosiery, Incorporated Cordially Invites ALL Employees, Former Employees, and Their Families to Join us for a Luncheon Gala Celebrating 50 Great Years.
Identifier: Ephemera 2000.005
Scope and Contents “Wool!! Burred, Picked and Carded” advertisement by Robert Armstrong. No date. 1 pc. Press & Messenger Print. Broadside.
Identifier: Ephemera 2010.001
Scope and Contents Rocky Springs Male and Female Academy, Sevier County, E. Tenn. J.H. Morton, A.B., Professor of Ancient Languages and S.L. Sanford, Professor of Mathematics. Secretary Lewis Wayland, Trundles X Roads, Tenn. August 3, 1861. E. Barry, Pr. 1 pc. Lists benefits of the area, tuition rates for students, rules and policies.
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2018.003
Scope and Contents Printed Broadside: To the Stockholders of the East Tenn. & Va. Railroad Company. (Branner, J. R.) [61.5 column inches of text, covering everything from the appointment of the current President, after his predecessor had died, to the full disclosure of all activity of the rail road as described in the form of. . ."this paper should be styled an Address to the Stockholders rather than a Report. I deem it a duty to place before you, as fully as I am able to do, and prospects of the Company. ....
"The Murder Of Sheriff Shipe, Done By Hicks Carmichael". 15 verse song composed by J.W. Day, Ballet Broadside or Ballet Card. “Button up your Lips.”
Identifier: Ephemera 2011.017
Scope and Contents Street Musician Ballad Broadside or Ballet Card, "The Murder Of Sheriff Shipe, Done By Hicks Carmichael". 15 verse song composed by J.W. Day, as stated on card. Song is about the May, 1888 murder of Deputy Shipe Who attempted to arrest a Negro named Carmichael And how he fled into Cocke County, was captured and returned to Knoxville, tried and hung on July 20, 1888. James William Day (1861-1942) Was A blind fiddle player from Eastern Kentucky who would come and work the streets of Knoxville. He...