Images of East Tennessee

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Knoxville Catholic High School
Group of students outside of Knoxville Catholic High School on Magnolia Avenue. More buildings were added to the structure shown beginning in 1942, and the original edifice was destroyed after the 1959-1960 school year.
Star Laundry Building
View of a building with signs reading "Star Laundry" and "Knoxville's Quality Laundry." Trucks bearing the same slogans are parked on the street in front of the structure.
Eighty-Four Tire Company Building
Building bearing signs reading "84 Eighty-Four Tire Co. 84." Cars parked in front and to the side of the structure are labelled "Goodyear" and "84 Tire Co."
Knox County Court House
The first Knox County Court House was designed by architect Drury P. Armstrong and constructed in 1842. It was replaced by a more modern building, built in the Queen Anne style, in 1885. Now called the old Knoxville Courthouse, this structure stands on approximately the site of the Federal barracks of James White's Fort. New wings were added to either side of the courthouse in 1919. Tennessee's first governor, John Sevier, and his wives, Sarah Hawkins and Catherine "Bonny Kate" Sherrill, are buried on the lawn.
Vester Motor Company Building
View of the Vester Motor Company at 411-413 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. According to its signage, the company sells and services Lincoln and Ford automobiles. There are 5 Ford Model-T open-cab trucks parked on the street outside.
Beverly Hills Sanatorium
View of the Beverly Hills Sanatorium on Tazewell Pike., Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Riverside Hospital
Riverside Hospital, located on Riverside Drive, was established in about 1918. It continued to operate until 1927, when it became Riverside-Fort Sanders Hospital and moved to 1909 Clinch Avenue.
Whittle Springs Hotel
The original Whittle Springs Hotel (shown) was built in about 1902 about three miles to the north of Knoxville. It advertised such conveniences as electric lights, baths, unexcelled cuisine, and both telephone and telegraph connections. This structure burned in 1919, and the second Whittle Springs Hotel was constructed on the same site. This building was razed in 1964.
House near the corner of Henley Street and Clinch Avenue
Structure located near the corner of Henley Street and Clinch Avenue in Knoxville.
Automobile Repair Shop
Building located across the street from University Avenue School in Lonsdale. The sign reads "AUTO REPAIRING."
Tennessee River at Knoxville
View of the Tennessee River at Knoxville, including a railroad bridge and a panoramic view of the city.
University of Tennessee Medical Center
View of the University of Tennessee's Medical Center in Knoxville, showing the Center's grounds and the Tennessee River.

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