The C.A. Wayland Stereograph Collection consists of 323 stereograph images, most taken by Columbus Alexander Wayland (December 26, 1868-January 2, 1950), who lived in South Knoxville, Tennessee. The last fifteen images in the collection were ones collected by Mr. Wayland rather than photographed by him. The subjects include Theodore Roosevelt, Alvin York, and President Taft, the 1910 Appalachian Exposition in Knoxville, 1907 Prohibition Parades in Knoxville, Old Gray Cemetery and other Knoxville cemeteries, Knoxville scenes, and photographs taken in Brunswick, Georgia. Mr. Wayland’s primary occupation was that of a specialty carpenter who created custom staircases in homes for his employer, the D.M. Rose Lumber Company.