Souvenir History of Knoxville. The Marble City and Great Southern Jobbing Market. Its Importance as a Manufacturing Center and its Manufacturing Possibilities. Edited by W.M. Goodman. Illustrated and published by Knoxville Engraving Co. .
Streets; Business enterprises; Hotels; Automobiles;
North end of Gay Street looking south, Knoxville, TN. At left: Emporium Building, Bickley Clothing Co., Shields Brand Clothing,Sterchi Bros., Day Co. At right:Benton Ready to Wear, Dance Clothing Co., Midget Shop, Hotel St. Lawrence, barber...
General view of the southern half of the Southern Coal and Coke Company coal yards, January 8, 1920. Ordered by Southern Coal and Coke Company. Train in background; tracks and fence in foreground. Damage at right.
Rooftop view from Market House looking south. Shows roof of the Market House, Deitch's at left on Market Square, Post office / Custom House near center of photograph. United States flag flying from pole on building at right. Tennessee General...
Hope Bros. Moved to 428 Gay St. One block (to the right). Final Clearance. All items in this store 1/2 price beginning Monday 9 a.m. May 5. "Our first sale in 61 years -Profit by it." Lane Drug Store at left.
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.