Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of three interview transcriptions with Ben Franklin on from 2004-2005 by G. Kurt Piehler, John B. Romeiser, and Braum Lincoln Denton. In the interviews, Franklin details his childhood in Knoxville, TN and his service in the U.S. Army during World War II.
This collection contains seven land deeds and six land grants from Knox County and, specifically, Knoxville, Tennessee. Two of the land grants are signed by governors of Tennessee, William Carroll in 1839 and William B. Campbell in 1852. Another land grant is signed by John Sevier. Two clerks, M. S. Patterson and R. A. Brown signed the Clerk and Master's Deeds.
In this letter written on September 25, 1796, Campbell accepts the position of a district judge for the Superior Court and mentions his brief acquaintance with judge he is responding to.
This collection consists of photographs of African-Americans in the Knoxville, Tenn. area during the early 20th century. Many are of Dr. Charles S. Boyd, his dental office, and his family.
This collection features a single, mounted black and white photograph of 6 female patients and 15 female nurses from the Eastern State Hospital for the Insane dating circa 1915.
This is a collection consisting of graduation memorabilia for Park City High School of Knoxville, Tennessee and graduate Edith Louise Ross from 1910. It includes two graduation books, a photograph, and a flag.
This collection contains a Fort Sanders Walking Tour Guide booklet from 1981 and provides information for a self-guided walking tour of the Fort Sanders neighborhood in Knoxville, Tennessee. This guide was created by Knoxville Heritage Inc. (later Knox Heritage) and is 11 pages with illustrations by Cindy Bankey and a neighborhood map on the back cover.
A pamphlet printed in 1830 of Reverend Frederick A. Ross' "A Sermon on Intemperance," given in Knoxville, Tennessee a year prior.
This collection contains two packets advertising the UTK Department of Graphic Design's 2000 Senior Show. Each packet includes invitations to the Show (held at the Foundry in Knoxville on April 28, 2000), a map, a list of student participants, and a group of cards containing graphic designs, student names, and quotations.
This collection is an account book from April-June 1888 for J. Allen Smith and Company in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Collection contains the records of the Knoxville (Tenn.) Chamber of Commerce, including the records of the Board of Directors, the Convention Department, and the Membership Department. Also included are other materials related to the history of Knoxville.
This collection contains a large account book for an unidentified business in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1884.
This collection consists of the original 1963 screenplay script of All the Way Home. The screenplay was based on the 1957 James Agee novel A Death in the Family and the dramatic adaptation by Ted Mosel's play All the Way Home.
The collection consists of six documents pertaining to the Parker and Rowland families. Personal letters detail the health and well-being of the family members to one another. Also included in the collection is the deed to the land in which a John Anthony is named heir to M. Miller.
This consists of postcards that shows various locations and landmarks around Knoxville such as the Andrew Johnson Hotel, the Knoxville Courthouse, Fountain City Lake, and the University of Tennessee. The dates of the postcards range from around 1908 to 2013, with some of them being blank and others having writing and postage stamps on them.
This collection consists of one correspondence from Thomas W. Humes to R. H. Armstrong. It was written on July 6, 1868. Humes writes to Armstrong about the salary and housing of a recently appointed professor, Reverend M. Grace.
Materials included are meteorological summary reports for Memphis, Knoxville, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, from 1911 to 1949.