Hist. Photo Copy Project 2011-012-264 b Back of View at the Damarous (Damarcus?) family reunion at Zion Hill, Anderson County, Tenn. Oct. 13, 1906. S 108 25 cts. Stereo by C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, Tenn.
Unidentified group of women with two men, holding a Confederate flag. They appear to be on a stage; possible the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC). Names written identifying each person, l-r: Mrs. W.B. Henderson, Miss Mary Gordon, Mrs....
New building at 416-418 Union Avenue, Knoxville, TN. Shows man standing in front of building. At left, sign for Dr. Mathieson, Chiropractor. At right, 'Western Union' handwritten on window. Ordered by Mr. B.H. Sprankle. October 7, 1921.
R.B. Johnson house, 825 N. Fifth Avenue, Knoxville, TN. Ca. 1903. Submitted ID: Originally built as the W.B. Trent house in 1890 from George F. Barber plans. The original number was 89 N. Fifth Avenue and was renumbered to 825 ca. 1892.
Tinsley Tire Co., Main & Gay Street, Knoxville, TN. Billboard for 'Tinsley Tire Co. "Drive In", Goodrich Silvertowns.' Shows trucks parked in front of business. Signs on building: ' J.B. & W. G. Brownlow, Agents for this building.'
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....
Tennesseans, Nineteen Hundred and One and Two. The Speed Publishing Company. 1901-1902. 416 pages including index. Photographic portraits of approximately 800 Tennesseans, including Governors. state officers, politicians and business men.