• Mack Bowers

    A picture and short biography of Mack Bowers.

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  • John W. James, 1836-1898

    A portrait of John W. James painted over the same image on newsprint.

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  • Theodore W. Gambee, ?-1911

    Chattanooga Times

    A photograph of Theodore W. Gambee.

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  • wharf in Chattanooga, Tennessee

    This photograph is titled, "The warf in Chattanooga, Tennessee". The reverse side reads, "Old Freight Elevator and Warehouse at Chattanooga Wharf".

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  • Canning Dem[onstration] at Uni[versity] of Chattanooga 1911.

    Moore, Virginia P. (Virginia Pearl)

    Back caption: Canning Demonstration at University of Chattanooga 1911.

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  • Crawford P. Jones, ?-1895

    A portrait of Crawford P. Jones painted over the same image on a newsprint clipping.

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  • Bruce Brewer, ?-1924

    A studio portrait photograph of Bruce Brewer.

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  • O. E. Deppen, ?-1922

    A photograph of O.E. Deppen.

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  • Jeremiah Behm, 1819-1892

    Professor Behm was head of Behm's Communnity College in Chattanooga, Tennessee which he began in 1875 after first starting a Community College in Indiana in 1854. He served editor of The Central Union…

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  • Leo Block, ?-1922

    Leo Block was a buisiness man in Chattanooga, Tennessee who joined with Thomas Oliver Duff in 1919 to form the Duff-Block Drug Company. Leo Block's father, Dr. Marx Block, had been a wholesale drug co…

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  • Honorable William Crutchfield

    A newspaper or magazine print of the Honorable William Crutchfield that has been painted on.

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  • Blanchard Collins Edgar, 1879-1927

    Chattanooga Times

    A photograph of Blanchard Collins Edgar.

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  • Thomas Crews Betterton, 1867-1930

    Thomas C. Betterton was the son of a distiller, E.R. Betterton. He was born in Campbell County, Virginia. After his family moved, he attended Chattanooga schools and graduated from Vanderbilt Universi…

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  • Atwood A. Hyde, 1819-1883

    Chattanooga Times

    A photograph of Atwood A. Hyde.

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  • Alexander Beath

    Mr. Beath operated one of the first ice factories in the South and in the United States. He began operations in 1872 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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  • Cahill, John T., 1855-1889

    John Cahill was the child of Irish immigrants who moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee before the Civil War. After working in a foundry that closed in 1874, Cahill bought the bulk of the owner's designs at…

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  • Lucius De Long, 1813-1894

    A newspaper or magazine print of Lucius De Long that has been painted on.

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  • Samuel Bissinger

    An image of Samuel Bissinger is included in the collection's 461 photographs of well-known Chattanooga and Hamilton county citizens from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Samuel Bissinger died i…

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  • John King, 1819-1894

    A portrait of John King painted over the same image on a newsprint clipping.

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  • Rabbi Moses Gries, ?-1918

    Chattanooga Times

    A photograph of Rabbi Moses Gries.

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