Letterheads; Ephemera; Business enterprises; Bridges;
Littlefield & Steere Company letterhead (upper portion only). Etching of the building, corner of Clinch and Second Streets, Knoxville, TN. Also shows Clinch Avenue Viaduct and train. Manufacturing Confectioners. Red Seal Brand, Trade Mark. ...
Our Confederate Dead. Oration by Maj. Gen'l Wm. B. Bate, U.S. Senator, on occasion of Unveiling Confederate Monument at Knoxville, Tennessee, May 19, 1892, together with history of Ladies' Memorial Association and other orations and ceremonies...
Reminiscences of Alfred Buffat and Mrs. Elisa Bolli Buffat. Spring Place, Knox County, Tennessee. 1908;1916. Reminiscences of Swiss Americans in Knox County, TN. Copy made by Mrs. C.M. McClung in 1929 from a typed manuscript loaned by Miss Lucy...
Cowan, McClung & Company building, corner of Union Avenue and Gay Street, Knoxville, TN. Built in the 1870s. Interior of first floor. Mr. Charles J. McClung at far right. Shows bolts of fabric piled on tables.
Sam V. Tarver Company, corner of Wall Avenue and Walnut Street, Knoxville, TN. Two buses near building, one for Oliver Springs - Clinton - Knoxville. Signs on building for International Harvester Company and McCormick & Deering.
Painting; Carts & wagons; Business enterprises; Employees;
Post Paint Shop employees, 1912. Shown standing outside by wagons for North Ice & Coal Company and U.S. Mail. From Knoxville City Directory: 'Frank H. Post & Co. (wagonmakers), 320-334 S. Central.' Knoxville, TN.
Tolbert Store, business enterprises, Fountain City, Tolbert family, Brooks family, Franklin family, families, group portraits
Tolbert Store, Fountain City, TN. 1917. L-r: Hale Franklin, Walter Brooks, Florence Tolbert Brooks, Ellis M. Brooks, Vada T. Franklin, Pauline Franklin, Lillian Brooks, White Tolbert, and Mollie Tolbert.
W.C. Brooks General Merchantdise(sic.) / Merchandise, business enterprises, carts and wagons, horses, trucks, Marble City
W.C. Brooks General Merchantdise(sic.) / Merchandise. Sutherland Avenue, Marble City, TN. 1919. Shows horse and wagon, car or truck, people on porch. 1919. Appears to be the same building as the Tolbert General Merchantdise, 200-006-003.