1911 Appalachian Exposition Gates and Grounds, Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tennessee Sept. 11th to Oct. 1st, 1911. AE The Spirit of the Appalachians. Midway, Postcard. Published by Chas. C. Cullen & Co., Knoxville, Tenn. 14834. Unused.
Vacant building at 619 S. Gay Street with posters over windows and door advertising Food Show and Household Exposition, April 28-May 3 . Partial view of S.B. Newman & Co. (617 S. Gay Street) at right. Knoxville, TN.
[Bowman Technical School?]. Bowman Technical School, Lancaster, PA, certificate to Harry (Barry?) Joseph Wilson. ("A school for the...Teaching of Watchmaking and Engraving'). Equipment and watches on table at left.
Composite photograph of [Knoxville Indians] baseball team, ca. 1897. Original is faded sepia with torn and fragile edges. 1 pc. 17 x 13.” This scan is an edited version to enhance the images. Names of players read as: Holland, McClung,...
Roads; Automobile service stations; Utility poles;
[North Broadway]. Old and new road, 125 [feet] north of railroad on old road. Ordered by Cassady & Webb for case of "Property owners vs, City of Knoxville." Photo No. 7. February 4, 1930. Texaco Gas Station in distance.
Roads; Automobile service stations; Railroad tracks; Utility poles;
[North Broadway]. Old road, and cut left by underpass. Ordered by Casady & Webb for case of "Property owners vs, City of Knoxville." Photo No. 6. February 4, 1930. Railroad track in foreground. Sign painted on barn for Adair Lumber & Mfg. Co. ...
[North Broadway]. High walls left by underpass and condition which Adair Buildings were in. Ordered by Casady & Webb for case of "Property owners vs, City of Knoxville." Photo No. 4. February 4, 1930. Adair Lumber &Mfg. Co. at right.