THE SECOND BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE TENNESSEE INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF & DUMB, TO THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, FOR 1846-7. NASHVILLE: PRINTED BY W. F. BANG & CO. BANNER OFFICE. 1847. ...
Schools; Deaf persons; Mute persons; City & town halls; Drawings;
Swiss American Sketchbook, Auguste Burnand 002. 'Ecole Tennessienne des sourds-muets, Knoxville, 1856.' Tennessee School for the Deaf and Mute. Also known as the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, the building was later Knoxville's City Hall. From the...
General view of buildings and grounds of the Deaf and Dumb School, Knoxville, TN. November 25, 1921. Ordered by the Journal & Tribune. Car parked in street. Main building later served as Knoxville City Hall.
Deaf and Dumb School, Knoxville, TN. Side view of main building at right, other buildings at left. November 25, 1921. Main building later served as Knoxville City Hall. Ordered by the Journal & Tribune.
Souvenir History of Knoxville. The Marble City and Great Southern Jobbing Market. Its Importance as a Manufacturing Center and its Manufacturing Possibilities. Edited by W.M. Goodman. Illustrated and published by Knoxville Engraving Co. .
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 17 a. Newspaper clipping: Equal Suffrage Department. Editors: Mrs. Julia Lucky, President of Equal Suffrage League, and Mrs. Sara H. Hood, Secretary. 'An Apostle of Progress. Judge Henry R. Gibson.