W.R. Carter & Son Grocery on Broadway at Gill Avenue, Knoxville, TN. L-r: Fred Carter, Dan Orndorff, William Randolph Carter, Elmo Carter. Horse and wagon in front of store. Notary Public sign in front of store.
Tennessee League of Women Voters letter (on letterhead) signed by Mrs. John M. Kenny and Mrs. George Fort Milton, Nashville, TN, to My Dear Mr. Burn [Harry T. Burn]. Congratulating him for his vote. Aug. 20, 1920. (front)
American Homes. American Homes Publishing Co., Knoxville, Tenn. An Illustrated Magazine for those who Plan, Build or Beautify the Home. One Year, One Dollar. One copy, one dime. October 1901 . Vol. XIII, No. 4. American Homes Publishing Co.,...
Concord Marble Sawmill, ca. 1900. Submitted ID: large wood building with water tank on side, metal boiler? Out front, wood mast and boom with two wood poles holding it upright, round metal device (crusher?) at front right with scrap stone.