BY GEO. F. BARBER
A BOOK OF
PRACTICAL DESIGNS AND PLANS
Who Wish to Build or Beautify Their Homes
PRICES REVISED UP TO DATE
ESTABLISHED IN 1888 BY GEO. F. BARBER
Homes Illustrated. A Book of Fine Engravings of Home Designs, Plans, Etc. for the Use of People Who Desire to Build Homes of Elegance, and In Modern Styles. Geo. F. Barber & Company, Architects. From the Press of S.B. Newman & Co., Knoxville,...
Types of American Homes, Geo. F. Barber. Includes selections from "Modern Dwellings" and the work of Barber & Kluttz, Architects. Features homes from various states. Pages 9-12 are printed on a smaller page, added in to the volume. From the...
The Southern Review, An Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Knoxville, Tenn. Vol. III, No. 3 & 4. June - July 1898. Mid-Summer Number. Lieut. Richmond Hobson, the Hero of the Merrimac. Lieut. Richmond Hobson on cover. 10 cents, $1.00 a year.
Suffragist. Official Organ of the National Woman's Party. Vol. VIII, No. 7. August 1920. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Editor. Published monthly at Washington, D.C. by the National Woman's Party, Lafayette Square.
University of Tennessee Morgan Hall and Agriculture Campus, aerial view. Building near center of photograph with rounded left side and triangular white area under roofline was Oliver Perry Temple Hall.
Aerial view of Knoxville, TN. Old Cherokee Bridge over the Tennessee River in foreground, the other bridge is where the Buck Karnes Bridge is currently, near the University of Tennessee agriculture campus.
Mr. W.O. McAmey (Or McKamey) (Vice-President of Sanford-Day Iron Works) and Mr. George B. Montgomery (of Booth & Flinn, New York) stand next to airplane "City of Knoxville." Landed on or near Whittle Springs Golf Course; Whittle Springs Hotel seen...
Crowd of people standing near bi-plane and U.S. flag on mountain top, at Max's Patch, NC. "Landing of first airplane on summit of Great Smokies, Elevation over 5,000 ft., Max Patch." (from The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Jim Thompson, ca....
Crowd of people standing near Curtiss Oriole airplane in the mountains. Bus with sign for picnic at Mack's (Max's) Patch. First succesful attempt to land airplanes in the Great Smoky Mountains. September 11 (?), 1926.