Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 18 a. Newspaper clipping: In the Interest of Votes for Women - The Knoxville Equal Suffrage League. Edited by Emma Farrand Tyler. Statement by Susan B. Anthony. Knoxville Journal & Tribune. March 18, 1912.
Homes and Barns for Villages and Farms. A Collection of Artistic Homes and Barns of Low Cost. Geo. F. Barber, Architect. Knoxville, Tenn. Price $1.00 American Homes Pub'g Co. Bean, Warters & Gaut Print.
Letter from Harry T. Burn, Bank of Niota, Niota, TN, to Mrs. Crozier French. September 18, 1920. Expresses thanks for the banquet ticket, he plans to come but his mother cannot attend. Lizzie Crozier French Papers.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 18 d. Newspaper clipping: Equal Suffrage Department. Editors: Mrs. Julia Lucky, President of Equal Suffrage League, and Mrs. Sara H. Hood, Secretary. Knoxville Journal &Tribune. February 9, 1913.
Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association annual convention in Knoxville, TN. October 29, 1914. Minutes. Includes Report of the Credentials Committee (lists names of delegates by League). Page 18 of 22. From the Lizzie Crozier French Papers.
American Homes, An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Devoted to Planning, Building and Beautifying the Home. November 1898. Vol. VII, No. 5. American Homes Publishing Co., 624 Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Only articles by George F. Barber or associates...
BY GEO. F. BARBER
A BOOK OF
PRACTICAL DESIGNS AND PLANS
Who Wish to Build or Beautify Their Homes
PRICES REVISED UP TO DATE
ESTABLISHED IN 1888 BY GEO. F. BARBER
American Homes. A book of Everything for Those Who Are Planning to Build or Beautify Their Homes.
By Geo. F. Barber
Conducted Under the Management of Geo. F. Barber, of Illinois
Thos A. Kluttz, of Georgia
Group portraits; Civil wars; Military uniforms; Ambrotypes;
Cased ambrotype of four people, one in Confederate uniform. Possibly Z.T. (Zaddock T.) Willett or T.H. Walker, based on newspaper clipping that accompanied the ambrotype. The other man is holding a Confederate uniform cap. Two unidentified...
Our Confederate Dead. Oration by Maj. Gen'l Wm. B. Bate, U.S. Senator, on occasion of Unveiling Confederate Monument at Knoxville, Tennessee, May 19, 1892, together with history of Ladies' Memorial Association and other orations and ceremonies...