Images of East Tennessee
- Henry Edward Goetz, founder of the Goetz Sanitarium, was born to Edward and Sarah Jane (Hawn) Goetz on February 16, 1874 in Louisville, Tennessee. He attended the Bell House School and the University of Tennessee before graduating from the Tennessee Medical College in 1905. He married Beatrice Hollister on January 24, 1898, and the couple had at least three children%3A Royal Frank, Beatrice, and Helena. Goetz did postgraduate work in 1906 and eventually specialized in otolaryngology. He later became interested in narcotics addicts and attended a special course in mental and nervous diseases in New York in 1913. He founded the Goetz Sanitarium on North Broadway upon his return to Knoxville. He moved his hospital to the Fountain Head Hotel in 1917, and continued to work here until his death following the removal of a brain tumor on December 2, 1927.
- View of the M.B. Arnstein & Co. Department Store on the corner of Market Street and Union Avenue in downtown Knoxville. Max B. Arnstein (1858-1961) opened the store in 1905, and it was considered one of the South's better stores until it closed in 1928. The TVA later used the building as office space.
- The Buck Karns bridge was named for Knoxville resident James (Buck) Karns, who was one of six Tennesseeans to earn the Congressional Medal of Honor during World War I. The bridge is part of US-129 and crosses the Tennessee River near the University of Tennessee's Agricultural Campus. It is also known as the Alcoa Highway Bridge.