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Harriman (Tenn.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Doug Branch Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2014.007
Scope and Contents SPC 2014.007.001 Tintype with two portraits of W. L. Babb (1845-1927), Greeneville, Greene County, Tenn. 5x7” 1 pc. SPC 2014.007.002 Three unidentified men outdoors. Taken by W .M. Hope, Harriman, Tenn. 4x5.75” on backing. 1 pc.
Dates: undated

East Tennessee Land Company Prospectus booklet

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2019.062
Scope and Contents Small promotional booklet published by The South Publishing Company, Engravers and Printers, 76 Park Place, New York, for the East Tennessee Land Company to advertise their planned temperance community of Harriman, Tennessee located approximately 40 miles West of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Dates: 1890

Four mounted photographs by T. C. Farnham

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2005.006
Scope and Contents Four mounted photographs by T. C. Farnham, Harriman, Tenn. Includes: scene at Oliver Springs--group with trestle bridge in background; man and woman standing on extended beam; man beside (partial view of) gazebo with steep roof, Sulphur Spring, Oliver Springs; gazebo or spring house, Sulphur Springs {Oliver Springs?}. 3.5x3.5” on 5x5” mounts.
Dates: undated

George Lewis Welcker Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0013
Scope and Contents Papers of George Lewis Welcker (1892-1965), son of James Henry and Dixie Welcker, and grandson of Charles Freeling and Caroline Mitchell Welcker. Papers include: correspondence between Welcker family members; business correspondence; Capt. J. H. Welcker, Kingston, Tenn., correspondence with Tennessee River Iron Ore and Railway Company of Chattanooga and the East Tennessee Mining Company of Harriman, Tenn., 1887-1892; genealogical correspondence and material, 1912-1930, which belonged to Dixie...
Dates: 1836-1963

Harriman Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: SPC 2019.104
Scope and Contents SPC 2019.104.001 Front: Black-and-white photo of Trenton Street in Harriman, Tenn. Key City Hotel (118-122 Trenton Street, corner Carter) on corner. Back: Stamped with “Views of Harriman: Geo. W. Morgan, View __________” written on line after “View” in pen “Trenton St.”SPC 2019.104.002 Front: Black-and-white photo of African-American man sitting on porch eating watermelon. Back: Written in ink “Tom Wheeler in Front of ‘Peachtree Cottage’ - Harriman, Tenn.” Stamped...
Dates: unknown

Harriman (Tennessee) Glass plate negatives and lantern slides

 Collection
Identifier: PC 0047
Scope and Contents Harriman (Tenn.) Glass Plate negatives (1913) and lantern slides; Set of prints made from GP negatives.
Dates: 1890-1913

Harriman’s first football team (Gift of Walter Pulliam)

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Identifier: SPC 2011.002
Scope and Contents Harriman football team, 1891. Harriman’s first football team. They played a group of young men from Knoxville and University of Tennessee students on Thanksgiving Day 1891 in Knoxville. Harriman won the game 14 to 4. This is credited with being the first organized football game ever played in Knoxville. Harriman team captain was W. C. Spicer, the player with a mustache holding the ball. To his left is Harry Durrell. The others in the photograph are unidentified. At far left is an African...
Dates: 1891

Morton & Sweetser Architectural Plans

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Identifier: APD 0003
Scope and Contents James Coulson Morton (1912 -1975) came from his native Toronto, Canada to work with the Knoxville architectural firm of Bealer & Wilhoit on Glocker Hall at the University of Tennessee. In 1953 when the principals of the original firm retired, Morton and another associate, C. A. Sweetser took over the firm, renamed Morton & Sweetser. Among projects done by the firm are the Civic Auditorium Coliseum and the Safety Building. Plans include --Austin High School Vocational Shop Building...
Dates: 1947 - 1972

Ruth Moore Paine Collection.

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Identifier: MSC 0166
Scope and Contents Ruth Moore Paine (1903-1990) was a native of Greeneville, Tennessee. She was married to Clarence Sibley Paine whose career took them to several states. Ruth Paine was a professional genealogist in Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Tennessee. She was a member of the East Tennessee Historical Society and the Blount County Historical Trust These files relate to her parent’s lives in East Tennessee. Materials on the parents of Ruth Moore Paine: S. E. N. Moore and Elizabeth Beeler Moore. Includes...
Dates: 1880-1916

Sanford, Chamberlain & Albers note, 1876, and Manley & Young letter, 1934 (and unrelated correspondence). Gift of Eddie Walker.

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Identifier: MM.2011.006
Scope and Contents 1. Sanford, Chamberlain & Albers, Knoxville, Tenn., note to Mr. P. W. Anderson, Newport, Tenn. April 1876. On letterhead. ALS 1 pc. This item was scanned and added to the Digital Collection, April 2011. 2. Manley & Young, Engineers, Knoxville, Tenn., letter to Ben W. Hooper, Atty., Newport, Tenn. March 16, 1934. TLS 1 pc. Shows photographs of Medical Arts Building, Maplehurst Apartments, Bus Terminal and Arcade, Fort Sanders Hospital, First National Bank in Rockwood, Tenn., and a school...
Dates: 1876; 1934-1940

Stories told by Fred Manley to his grandson Jack in 1934. Harriman, Tenn.

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Identifier: MM.1998.031
Scope and Contents Stories told by Knoxville architect Fred Manley to his grandson Jack Manley in 1934. Written up by Jack Manley. Subjects include: American Temperance University in Harriman, Tenn.; U. S. Grant University in Chattanooga, Tenn.; Coal Creek War; dedication of Chickamauga National Park; Gay Street Fire; Cotton States Exposition in Atlanta, Ga.; Spanish-American War. TS. 151 pp. Includes copies of sketches. (Material received in 3-ring binder; transferred to acid-free folder). 1895 photograph of...
Dates: 1895-1940

“Talk is Cheap.” (poster)

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Identifier: Ephemera 2019.025
Scope and Contents “Talk Is Cheap” poster for Princess Theatre Foundation, Harriman, Tenn. August 11, 2012, Signed by all four participants--Bill Landry, Jim Claiborne, Elizabeth Rose, Sam Venable.
Dates: 2012

Walter T. Pulliam Collection -- Harriman, Tennessee.

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Identifier: MSC 0155
Scope and Contents Walter T. Pulliam Collection consisting of the materials he collected to write his book: ”Harriman, the Town that Temperance Built” (c1978) (706 pages).
Dates: 1960-1976