American Homes, A Journal Devoted to Planning, Building and Beautifying the Home. November 1897. Vol. V, No. 5. Knoxville, Tenn. Only articles by George F. Barber or associates have full text transcriptions.
O.L. Slatery near John Sevier’s Plantation Home, Pickens Gap Pike near junction of Neuberts Springs Pike, Knox County, TN. Also known as Marble Springs. Taken by Nancy Rosette (Etta) Myers Slatery (1888-1965). Two men standing behind horse and...
Smokehouse at John Sevier’s Plantation Home, Pickens Gap Pike near junction of Neubert Springs Pike, Knox County, TN. Also known as Marble Springs. Taken by Nancy Rosette (Etta) Myers Slatery (1888-1965).
Location where LeRoy Horth (Harth?) was killed, Kingston Pike, Knox County, TN. Ordered by Mr. Robert Gammon. Shows man standing on gravel road, house at right. Power poles on both sides of road. July 10, 1921.
The Knoxville Negro. Emphasizing the Great Era of Progress Prevalent in Negro Knoxville Today By BARTOW G. WILSON
Former Staff-writer, Advertising Manager, Sports Editor and Columnist for The Knoxville Herald With a Foreword by PROF. CHAS. W....
Elbert & Mary Williams home, Maryville Pike, ca. 1875. In 1991, known as the Williams - Henson home. In front of house: cattle with cart and young African American boy, man standing near wagon, couple seated in chairs, and dog in chair.
Street railroad employees; Street railroads; Portraits;
Napoleon O. Goddard and Walter Jewett, motormen, Knoxville Railway & Light Co. 1915. Streetcar banner says ‘Sevierville’ but it is probably for Sevierville Pike in South Knoxville. 5x7” sepia print mounted on embossed board.