"4. Negro temperance workers in parade." Scenes from Knoxville's Great Temperance Election of March 11th, 1907. Jas. E. Thompson, Photographer. From the Abby Crawford Milton Collection. Shows women and children marching on Gay Street, Knoxville,...
Ephemera; Broadsides; Politicians; Political elections; Prisoners; Coal miners;
Tennessee's Shame! Convicts in the Coal Creek Mines. . "Vote for TURNEY for Governor and WELCKER for Congress, if you wish this to continue. Vote for WINSTEAD for Governor and HOUK for Congress, if you wish to abolish this great crime,...
Hist. Photo Copy Project 2011-012-213 #35 [Prohibition vote, 1907]. Sign picturing woman with children standing before board “Waiting for the returns from the Knoxville Sentinel.” Stereo by C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, Tenn.
Group portraits; Stores & shops; Political elections;
"Election Day." Group gathered at Beaver Ridge Store at forks of Beaver Ridge Road, Knox County, TN. Owners of the store: 1. James Henry Garrison; 2. Alvin S. Garrison; 3. Stella Garrison; 4. Nellie Garrison; 5. J.C.T. Herrell(?).
Correspondence; Politicians; Political elections; Women's rights;
Letter from Harry H. Hannah, Candidate for Governor, Nashville, TN, to Mrs. L. Crozier French. Re: his past support of women's interests, request for support. March 14, 1922. Lizzie Crozier French Papers.
Correspondence; Politicians; Political elections; Women's rights; Education;
Letter from Harry H. Hannah, Candidate for Governor, Nashville, TN, to Mrs. L. Crozier French. Re: gratitude for support, welcomes her input on education matters. March 29, 1922. Lizzie Crozier French Papers.