Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
128 Years of Market Square Business: 1880-2008, compiled by Forrest Conklin for the East Tennessee Historical Society + 1 folder copies of articles about Market Square from library files and resources.
128 Years of Market Square Business: 1880-2008, compiled by Forrest Conklin for the East Tennessee Historical Society.
“Blue Circle: A Happy Place for Hungry People” by Jeff Stooksbury, in Burger Boy Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer 2001. “The Gilded Age of the Golden Arches,” Edwin Schlechter. Burger Boy Magazine, Winter 2002.
“Blue Circle: A Happy Place for Hungry People” by Jeff Stooksbury, in Burger Boy Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer 2001. Restaurant started by Homer Longmire of Knoxville; first listed in 1932 Knoxville phone book at 614 Market Street. Also (photocopy added May 27, 2003): “The Gilded Age of the Golden Arches,” Edwin Schlechter. Burger Boy Magazine, Winter 2002. Re: Early McDonalds fast food restaurants.
Three volumes of Buffat Family Account Books detailing Spring Place Mills business records of purchases, labor, fees, and sales plus household accounts of family purchases of consumer goods, travel expenses and servant labor.
1) P. F. Buffat 1861-1870 2) 1852-1860 3) Ledger B for the Spring Place Mills, Knox County Tenn. -- Buffat & Sons, 1868-1870
Nine photographs plus printouts of news articles about Busch family. Identified photos include: --two photos of Busch family inside jewelry store, --two portraits of S. Harry Busch, --exterior of Royal Jewelers (504 S Gay Street), --A. K. Club Third Annual Ball (04/05/1937)
Six B&W photos (8” x 10”) of C. M. McClung & Company employees from the 1950s + one typewritten page of IDs for one of the photos. Many of the photos have identifications written across the bottom in pen.
McClung Warehouse Grain Painted Box, 1874. C.M. McClung & Co. grain painted pine storage box, dated July-December 1874, with hook latch and old nail construction. C. M. McClung & Co. was a hardware and agricultural implements business in Knoxville, Tenn., late 19th century.
History of the C. M. McClung Company by Dr. Ruth Stephens; 1888 patent for Cranberry horse nails; 1909 letterhead; miscellaneous business papers.
Booklet entitled "It's Me Linen That Kapes Me Well" promoting Dr. Deimel mesh linen underwear and listing items, prices, and care instructions of garments sold by Callaway, Lowry & Cureton located on 517 Gay Street in Knoxville.
Photocopy of article on Knoxville, Tenn., Breweries by Clifford C. “Kip” Sharpe. . 7 pp.
Two 1859 and one 1868 orders and accounts to Cowan, McClung & Company. 3 pcs. + May 1861 Philadelphia Letter Sheet Price-Current. 2 pp.
Brochure for The Development Corporation of Knox County promoting business growth at their industrial sites at Eastbridge Business Park, CenterPoint Park, and WestBridge Business Park.
Shares certificate number 34 for the Doe River Woolen Mills of Elizabethton Tennessee made out for two shares of Doe River Woolen Mills stock at $50 each. Signed December 1, 1891.
Papers of E. Dean Dow, Central Agency (Real estate and collections), Knoxville. 1880-1891. 25 pcs. Letters to Dr. J. R. Ludlow, PA, and David Hunt Ludlow re: Ludlow business interests in Knoxville. Includes several local letterheads, notes of interest, and two leases (Ludlow with J. K. Payne, 1884; Ludlow with J. G. Swaggerty, 1885).
Business correspondence from E. S. Temple of Knoxville to various correspondents. These appear to be handwritten copies of letters sent by Temple. Also a small damaged scrapbook of clippings with the name “ M. A. Craig” hand-printed on the leather cover
Photocopy of a pencil sketch of the "Edgar Lonas" Bailey Store in Strawberry Plains, Tenn. Signed Doug Griffith. Includes 4.25" x 5.25" black and white photograph of building.
September 24, 1843, letter from Elbridge G. Fuller, Nashville, Tenn., to his nephew Albert Lamberton, Massachusetts. ALS 4 pp. Mentions the city and climate of Nashville, his business there, and the difference in Southern and New England views towards slavery.