Group portraits; Canteens (Wartime, emergency, etc.);
American Red Cross Canteen group gathered near railroad tracks [Southern Railway, Knoxville, TN]. On front row, 1st woman from left is Mrs. John Hudson, 3rd from left is Mrs. Horace Van Deventer, 9th from left is Mrs. A.F. Sanford, 10th is Mrs....
Geo. F. Barber Co. from Greater Knoxville Illustrated. Ca. 1910. Published by the American Illustrating Company, Nashville, Tennessee. P. 133 (partial). Pictures Geo. F. Barber, President, and J.H. Ryno, Vice-president and Treasurer.
Gen. Joseph A. Cooper. A Survivor of Two Wars.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH of GEN. JOSEPH A COOPER
with Documents and Letters Relative to his Services
In the War with Mexico and the Rebellion. [Compiled by W.R. Cooper?].
J. H. BEAN &...
Disasters; Steamboat accidents; Steamboats; Group portraits; Veterans;
Sultana survivors. April 28, 1920. Ordered by the Knoxville Journal & Tribune. IDs from May 2, 1920 article in Knoxville Journal: "From right to left--P.M. Keeble, Bank, Blount county, Tenn.; Wallace Milesap, Maryville, Tenn.; G.W. Hulett,...
Bell Avenue Baptist church, Knoxville, TN, after destruction by fire, 1912. Rev. J.H. Sharp (not shown) was pastor (Sept. 3, 1905-April 1912). Large mounted photo by Thompson, Photographer. Full view of ruins laying on lot, damage to...
Baptist churches; Religious groups; Group portraits; Women;
Bell Avenue Baptist Church, "Amoma Blameless Life" women's group, posing in front of the old, pre-fire (1912) church. Mrs. Nannie J. Wilds identified on back as teacher, Rev. J.H. Sharp (not shown) as pastor (Sept. 3, 1905-April 1912). Knoxville,...
Baptist churches; Religious groups; Group portraits; Women; Clergy;
Bell Avenue Baptist Church, "Mother's Class, No. 11" women's group, posing in the shade. Rev. J.H. Sharp shown at end of row. App. 39 people shown in full view pose by Thompson, Photographer. Knoxville, TN.
Baptist churches; Religious groups; Group portraits;
Bell Avenue Baptist Church, "AGOGA Class for Young Men", group, posing outside the old, pre-fire (1912) church. Approximately 50+ men shown in full view pose taken by Earle Harrison, Knoxville. J.H. Sharp, Pastor (on sign near door).