• Eutaw Springs

    Battle of Eutaw Springs, South Carolina during the American Revolution. Soldiers appear to be in various fighting positions, with one on a horse, one carrying a flag, a few soldiers falling [being att…

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  • Great Liberty Parade, Knoxville, TN, April 1918

    Ross Hahn

    Great Liberty Parade on Gay Street, Knoxville, TN. 6,000 march in line forty city blocks long with crowd of 25,000. Largest parade staged in Knoxville with 150 banners and floats. Marking the annivers…

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  • Moffitt, Milburn

    United States. Army; Infantry; 30th Division; 117th Regiment; Company E White

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  • VFW Poppy Day

    Three color window card (black, blue, and red on white) announcing V. F. W. Poppy Day, "Honor the Dead by Helping the Living." Poster features a metal photoplate of the American flag.

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  • Slade. George Slade with flag.

    George Slade with flag, ca. 1923.

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  • Holy Ghost School, 1963

    Holy Ghost School. "Proud Parents Observe Children." Sister Mary Gemma, R.S.M. U.S. flag near chalkboard. 1963.

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  • Evelyn Bishop Scrapbook, page 39

    Bishop, Evelyn

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  • Girl Scout Troop 12

    Thompson Brothers

    Girl Scout Troop 12, Knoxville, TN. 1931.

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Stamped black and white oval image of Andrew Jackson surrounded by color American Flag and gold eagle. Also includes very brief biographical information of Andrew Jackson. Flag and eagle are embossed.

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  • 4th of July Celebration at the Haysi School Grounds

    Two color window card (blue and red on white) announcing W. E. Reid's Shows at the 4th of July Celebration at the Haysi School Grounds on June 30- July 6. Poster features a woodcut of the American Fla…

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  • Richard II

    Hamilton, William, 1751-1801, del, Starling, William Francis, fl. 1832-1883, sculp

    King Richard, Aumerle, Salisbury, Slodiers, Bishop of Carlisle and company in Richard II Act 3 Scene 2.

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  • Dolly Parton Live From London at the O2 Arena

    Two color window card (pink and blue on white) announcing Dolly Parton Live from Londa at the O2 Arena on July 5-6. Poster features a metal photoplate of Dolly Parton and a woodcut of the British flag…

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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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  • Sheridan, George Dewey

    United States. Army; Infantry; 2nd Division; 9th Regiment; Company D White

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  • Hoisting the Flag

    Simplot, Alexander

    "Hoisting the Stars and Stripes over the Post Office at Memphis, Tennessee." One of three illustrations on page 420 of the July 5, 1862 edition of Harper's Weekly.

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  • Great Liberty Parade, Knoxville, TN, April 1918

    Ross Hahn

    Great Liberty Parade on Gay Street, Knoxville, TN. 6,000 march in line forty city blocks long with crowd of 25,000. Largest parade staged in Knoxville with 150 banners and floats. Marking the annivers…

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  • The South in History

    United Confederate Veterans

    Twenty-three page address given by General Bennett Henderson Young at a United Confederate Veterans' Reunion in Mobile, Alabama, in 1910.

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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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