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L & N Railroad

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Crowder Family Film Collection

Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.003
Content Description

Several hundred feet of silent 16mm film depicting the private life of the Crowder family in and around Knoxville, TN, from approximately 1947 to 1953. Some segments are duplicated throughout the collection.

Dates: 1947-1953

John W. Harrison & family material, including photographs, railway material.

Identifier: MSC 0325
Scope and Contents John W. Harrison & family material, including photograph albums (Knoxville) and railway material (John W. Harrison died in train accident). Includes material from more than one generation of the family. Primarily Southern Railway. Material includes Southern Railway System, Southern and L&N, Basi and Mabel Needham, and Mary U. Rothrock. Also, 2 hand-colored Thompson prints: Mt. LeConte showing Gatlinburg, n.d. and a winter mountain scene. The Thompson prints were removed from their...
Dates: 1896-1979

L&N Railroad Architectural Drawings Pertaining to Railroad Stations in Knoxville and East Tenn.

Identifier: APD 0019
Scope and Contents List Of L&N Railroad Architectural Drawings Pertaining To Knoxville and East Tennessee Knoxville: 1. Detail of Fence around Station. 1904 2. Detail of Carving on Face of Ticket Office Windows. 1904 3. Detail of Balcony Railing...Knoxville Passenger Station. 1904 4. Detail of Cut Stone Trim...Second Floor Windows over Dining Room. 1904 5. Detail of Ornamental Plaster Work.... 1904 6. Supports for Balcony of Ladies and Negroes Waiting Rooms. 1904 7. Plan of...Drinking Fountain.... 1904 8....
Dates: 1881 - 1917

Railroad shop time books of M. B. Bolin.

Identifier: MM.2008.009
Scope and Contents

Railroad shop time books of M. B. Bolin; L & N Railroad.

Dates: 1914-1934

Reel 3, 1948

Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.003.003
Scope and Contents Mildred, Gary, and the infant Mike Crowder pose for the camera in a dim room. Hubert and Gary examine various stationary airplanes at Knoxville Downtown Island Airport in Knoxville, TN. Patchy snow sits on the ground. Men in flight jackets and jumpsuits inspect a plane, which appears to be a Douglas DC-3, is stencilled "Kesterson Inc." and numbered "NC52200" on the tail. Albert Lowe and another man pose beside a hangar full of aircraft. Planes fly overhead and land on the runway....
Dates: 1948