Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 13 c. Newspaper clipping: Chattanooga's "Hot Dog" Quartette That Took First Prize At Toronto Convention And Entertained Banqueters Last Night. Also, Mrs. French Tells Lady Kiwanians of New Field. [Knoxville]...
Publicity; Business & finance; Promotional materials;
Cities & towns
Industrial Number of the American Journal of Commerce. New York. Descriptive of and Illustrating Knoxville, Tenn. KNOXVILLE The Progressive City of the Great and Growing South. With illustrations of her commercial buildings and places of...
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 07 h. Newspaper clipping: 'Mrs. L. Crozier French Edits Paper.' Mrs. French has
begun the publication of a monthly journal, "The People," a journal of inquiry, protest and an exponent of the people.
Group portraits; Clubs; Great Smoky Mountains; Hotels; Porches;
"Gossip Club," Wonderland Park Club. Four unidentified women seated at table on porch. September 9, 1921. Ordered by Wonderland Park Club. The Wonderland Hotel was built in the Elkmont area of the Great Smoky Mountains.
Organizations; Clubs; Promotional materials; Mining; Coal; Iron mining;
What I Found At Knoxville. Address Delivered by Roy V. Myers, Captain of Artillery, U.S.A. Civil and Mining Engineer. Delivered At a Luncheon Given By the Rotary Club of Knoxville At the Cumberland Club, August 14, 1917. Issued by Rotary Club of...
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 14 a. Newspaper clipping: Tennessee Club Women To Furnish Party Home Room. Compartment To Be Named In Honor of Mrs. L.C. French. Knoxville Journal & Tribune. May 24, 1925.
Lizzie Crozier French Scrapbook, p. 13 a. Newspaper clipping: Knoxville Has Witnessed Long Fight By Women for 'Rights' In Politics by Margaret Lipscombe. July 28, 1940. Knoxville Journal. Includes photographs of Miss Ada Fanz and Mrs. Sarah H....
Group portraits; Community service; Organizations; Awards;
First place ribbon to Karns Community Club for Knox County Improvement Contest. Also won first place in East Tennessee 23 county improvement contest. L-r: Walter D. Purnell, James Smith, and Charles Hayes, President of Karns Community Club. 1959.