Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
African American photograph album
Alberta Ahler Photographs
Unidentified young child in chair, outdoors; unidentified house (probably Knoxville), exterior (note on back: part missing, Main Street, first home in town, Grandma Webb died in 1910).
Architectural plans for the residence of Mr. N. E. Logan (copies) (Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Samples)
Architectural plans for the residence of Mr. N. E. Logan, Lyons View, 1929. Frank O. Barber, architect. 5 sheets ( ground floor, first floor, second floor, garden front & north front elevations, east end and west end elevations). Photocopies.
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.).
Carter School principal’s home
Carter School principal’s home, 1915. Sepia 8 x 10” (damage on lower right)
Cavan-a-Lee. Watermelon party with family, outdoors, shows part of house. House was built by A. A. and Mary (Graham) Kyle, then sold to William and Cornelia Patterson. Some IDs on front, including Cornelia and W .H. Patterson. approx. 5x8” faded sepia; damaged mounting.
E. O. Lane house
E.O. Lane house, Whitesburg, Hamblen County, Tenn. 3 interior shots showing decorative painting on walls and ceiling. Taken by Citizen-Tribune staff photographer Mary Barron. The house was sold at auction on July 18, 1981. 8 x 10” B&W
Approx. 6.5 x 4.5” sepia photograph mounted on board. Includes two men, a woman, and two children outside a house. Under the image: ‘Photo by Blan__??’. One back of picture: sticker with ‘J. A. Dinamore, Knoxville, Tenn’ and penciled note________ A. Drummer, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc.
Fritz Staub House
Photograph of front of house. 850 Temple Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn.
Home of Fritz Staub (1861-1934), son of Peter Staub, founder of Staub’s Opera House/Theatre in Knoxville, Tenn. in October 1872.
George F. Barber architectural drawings of Duncan house (copies)
George F. Barber architectural drawings of Duncan house. Blueline copies.
George F. Barber architectural plans for the Dr. Julius J. Boeheim residence, Du Quoin, Ill., currently owned by Jane Minton
George F. Barber plans and elevations for the Dr. Julius J. Boeheim residence, Du Quoin, Ill.,, currently owned by Jane Minton
George F. Barber architectural plans for the John A. Parsons residence, Leipsic, Ohio
George F. Barber architectural plans for the John A. Parsons residence, Leipsic, Ohio, now owned by Becky Shawber.
Drawings: 1) Front Elevation 2) Right Side Elevation 3) Left Side Elevation 4) Rear Elevation 5) First Floor Plan 6) Second Floor Plan 7) Roof Plan 8) Foundation Plan 9) Main Staircase Views 10) Kitchen Cupboard and Door Views
George F. Barber plans for the William Peters residence and one drawing for the Peters & Bradley Mill. Gift of Chester Kilgore.
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”.
Hugh A.M. White house
[Hugh A.M.] White home, West Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn (later the site of UT Domestic Science Building). Exterior, side view. 4 x 7 3/4” faded sepia, mounted.
Jake F. Butcher home (”Whirlwind”), Anderson County, Tennessee. (Gift via John P. Carter Co.)
“Whirlwind” the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake F. Butcher, Anderson County, Tennessee. Black line copies of blue prints by Community Tectonics, Inc., 1972. 4 sheets
Joe Canady photograph
Two men, two women in living room. Photo by Joe Canady, 2424 Linden Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. B&W 8x10”
John Webb residence
John Webb residence, southeast corner of Church Avenue and Central, Knoxville, Tenn. Ca. 1931. B&W 5x7” copy prints.
Letters to Mrs. Thomas H. Berry, ca. 1961.
Ca. 1961 letters to Mrs. Thomas H. Berry (Ellen McClung Berry) re: historical houses in East Tennessee, local history, and the Armstrong family.
Mabry - Hazen house
Mabry - Hazen house, 1633 Dandridge Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn.. Home of General Joseph A. Mabry II (1826-1882) and Rush Strong Hazen. Built in 1858. Original photograph from the estate of Evelyn Hazen . Original photograph (mounted on board, damaged; corner missing) + 2 copy prints made in 1987. Copy negs. available.
Marshall Wilson Photographs
6 B&W snapshots: Crockett Tavern, 1 pc.; unidentified courthouse, 1 pc.; Hildebrand house in Polk County, Tenn, May 1957. 3 pcs.; Inez Burns, Marshall Wilson, and Mrs. L.W. McCown at Nancy Ward grave (Cherokee heroine) , near Benton, Polk County, Tenn May 1957. 1 pc.
McCammon House looking east, showing the original location of the James White house DAR marker. 4x5” B&W (tear at upper left).
McClung Family Photographs from Pennsylvania
SPC 1996.026 a: 9 b&w photographic postcards of the McClung house in Lancaster, PA (includes tombstone of Hugh McClung) + copy negs.; SPC 1996.026 b: two sets of the nine prints in SPC 1996-26a. 5 x7” 18 pcs.; SPC 1996.026c: five prints of farm, two Eby’s Pequa Tourist Farm brochures (Gordonville, PA); one envelope addressed to Mr. Charles J. McClung (held original prints from SPC 1996.026a).
Montgomery Thornburgh residences (photographs)
Jacob Montgomery Thornburgh residence, Tenth Street, Knoxville, Tenn. (originally 304 N. Second St., Old West Knoxville). Ca. 1890. House was partially destroyed by fire and razed for the 1982 World’s Fair; Montgomery Thornburgh residence, New Market, Tenn. Home of Jacob Montgomery and Thomas Tipton. 5x7” copy photographs B&W
Mrs. James Bowman Historic Photographs
B&W snapshots: Springdale Baptist Church (2 pcs.); Charles McClung House “Statesview” (1 pc.); Samuel McSpadden house (2 pcs.); Brazelton house (2 pcs.); Arthur Henley house at Chota (3 pcs.).
Mrs. Mary Faust and two children
Mrs. Mary Faust (age 108) and two children “Coon” and “Sis.” At their log cabin home near Andersonville, Anderson County, Tenn. Sepia 4 x 6”, mounted on board with printed text on back. Copyright 1910.
Park City Presbyterian Church and Manse, Knoxville, Tenn.
Snapshots of Park City Presbyterian Church and Manse, Knoxville, Tenn. (1 sepia, 1 B&W, fading).
Photograph album taken by A. B. Loy
Photograph album with 15 photographs, 1937-1938. Taken by A.B. Loy. Subjects include: Tellico Plains log yard, poplar and other trees, head waters of Tellico River, cabin of C.A. Moles, J.P. Vestal et al., Little Tennessee River, Fort Loudon.
Photographic postcard of 1235 Armstrong Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn.
Photographic postcard of house at 1235 Armstrong Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. Postmarked Dec, 18, 1914. Signed Bessie [Mrs. G.A. Metcalf?], addressed to Mrs. Henry Kleinstuber. House is in Old North Knoxville.