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Architecture -- Tennessee -- Knoxville

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Knoxville Architecture compiled by Doug McKamey

Identifier: MSC 0933
Scope and Contents

Knoxville Architecture compiled by Doug McKamey. Includes ephemera and clippings from Sequoyah Hills, Old North Knoxville, Mechanicsville, Knox Heritage and other historic neighborhoods

Dates: 1970 - 2010

Michael D. Alcorn Collection (George Franklin Barber Research).

Identifier: MSC 0541
Scope and Contents Michael D. Alcorn’s research on George Franklin Barber research notebooks (16 notebooks), card files of color photographs & notes, materials related to the exhibit on George F. Barber created by Michael Alcorn entitled “Between You and a Hideous Monstrosity,” and additional research notes not filed. Michael Alcorn prior to his death in 2010 had almost completed a book on George F. Barber’s life and work. Chris DiMattei finished the book which was published in 2017: “Between 1887 and...
Dates: 1994-2010

Posters. Architecture. (Dulin Gallery of Art, Historic Knoxville, Historic Homes, Candle Light Tours, Old North Knoxville walking tour)

Identifier: Q Ephemera 1980.001
Scope and Contents

Posters: Architecture: 1. “ Neo-classical mansion, designed by John Russell Pope ... completed in 1917... Dulin Gallery of Art.” Poster by (Toberight?), 1980. 2. “Tradition, Innovation, and Romantic Images: The Architecture of Historic Knoxville,” 1991. Frank H. McClung Museum, University of Tennessee (3 copies) 3. “Historic Homes of Knoxville, 1999 Candlelight Tours.” Homes on the tour are listed. (2 copies) 4. “Come Walk With Us,” Annual Old North Knoxville walking tour, no date.

Dates: 1980-1999

Ronald E. Childress Collection.

Identifier: MSC 0657
Scope and Contents Ronald E. Childress (1948-1982) was a native of Knox County, Tennessee. He was a graduate of the University of Tennessee in 1971. He received a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972. Ron had a private practice in architecture, Childress & Associates, and was a partner in Format Photography, a graphic arts firm. During these same years he was one of the founders of Knoxville Heritage, Inc., which was formed to protest the wholesale demolition of older...
Dates: 1972-1982