• Prohibition vote, 1907

    C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, TN

    Hist. Photo Copy Project 2011-012-262 [Prohibition vote, 1907?]. Group in wagon with U.S. flags, streetcar at left. Stereo by C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, Tenn.

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  • Cow Brand Soda

    Thompson Brothers

    "Cow Brand Soda" "We Come to Stay" advertising wagon with horses and men in white aprons or suits nearby. Poster for Davis and Keough's The Hustler at Staub's Theatre. in background. Copy photograph.

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  • "The Fool Killer," Concord, TN

    Filming of "The Fool Killer," Concord, Knox County, TN. Scene includes horse and buggy and wagon. [1965]

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  • Walnut Grove Academy, ca. 1890

    Walnut Grove Academy on Jim Wolfe Road, Corryton, Knox County, TN. Dormitories in background. Ca. 1890.

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  • Black Diamond Store

    Black Diamond Store, Coal Creek, TN. Anderson, TN. Man in wagon at left, group of men in front of building. From the Wiley-McAdoo Papers. Ca. 1890s. Stamped on back of photograph: Edwin M. Wiley, West…

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  • Swan Brandeau Company on Jackson Avenue

    Swan Brandeau Company on Jackson Avenue, Knoxville, TN. Cart with 'Knaffl 125' in front of building.

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  • Carter. W.R. Carter & Son Grocery.

    W.R. Carter & Son Grocery on Broadway at Gill Avenue, Knoxville, TN. L-r: Fred Carter, Dan Orndorff, William Randolph Carter, Elmo Carter. Horse and wagon in front of store. Notary Public sign in fron…

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  • Mead house

    William S. Mead house, 832 Hill Avenue West, Knoxville,TN. Ca. 1895. Horse and wagon in driveway.

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  • Rockwood, TN, 1896

    C. F. Steinwehr, Rockwood, Tenn

    21st Anniversary Celebration Rockwood Lodge No. 191, I.O.O.F. [Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF)], Rockwood, Tennessee, August 5, 1896. Sepia, 7.75 x 9.5” print on 10 x 12” cardboard mount. C.F…

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  • New Knoxville Brewing Company

    Thompson Brothers

    New Knoxville Brewing Company decorated float / wagon pulled by horses wearing New Knoxville Brewing signs. 'King Gambrinus' across top of wagon. Signs on wagon:'Drink Knoxville Beer,' 'It's a home pr…

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  • Cole family near Lonsdale, Knox County, TN, 1905.

    Group pictured on wagon, Christmas Eve, 1905. Near Lonsdale, Knox County, TN. Three women, l-r: Katherine, Helen, and Helen Stewart Cole.

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  • Parade

    C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, TN

    Hist. Photo Copy Project 2011-012-164 Parade. Decorated Hackney coal wagon, near Colonial Hotel banner. Stereo by C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, Tenn.

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  • Solway Road, ca. 1900

    Construction of Solway Road, Knox County, TN. Ca, 1900. Wagon and paving machinery.

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  • Two engravings of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, from a newspaper (Harper's Weekly or Leslie's Illustrated) from the post-Civil War era.

    The top engraving reads, "Appearance of the site of the deserted rebel camps near Murfreesboro-- sketched by Mr. F. Beard - [See Page 79.]" and the other reads, "Murfreesboro, Tennessee,-- sketched by…

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  • McCampbell. Harvey B. McCampbell in buggy.

    Salesman Harvey B. McCampbell (1879-1966) seated in horse drawn buggy in front of unidentified small store.

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  • Parade

    C.A. Wayland, So. Knoxville, TN

    Hist. Photo Copy Project 2011-012-153 Parade. Possibly a trade show parade, ca. WWI. Small wagon with U-Li-Ka Pressing Club followed by Davis & Susong Feed Stuff wagon with U.S. flags. Stereo by C.A.…

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  • Market House and Market Square, Knoxville, TN

    Market House ('Public Hall') and Market Square, Knoxville, TN. Shows partial view of Kern's Confectionary at left, vendors on wagons on east side of Market House. Also shows Harbison's Shoes, Hall's C…

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  • Pickell grocery store, ca. 1900

    J.T. Pickell grocery store on McCalla Avenue, ca. 1900. First man on left in white apron, John C. Wilson. Driver of wagon was delivery man, Theo.

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  • Stock House

    Thompson Brothers

    Stock House building. Knoxville Ice & Cold Storage Co. Coal & Ice. Office at right of main building and Knoxville Ice and Cold Storage Co. wagon at right.

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  • McCampbell. Edward Anderson McCampbell at Sunnybrook Farm, ca. 1914.

    Edward Anderson McCampbell at Sunnybrook Farm, ca. 1914. Shown with milk wagon with mules and hired man.

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