BOOKS AND BOOK REPRODUCTIONS

Click on the links to see more information about an item,
then use the Back button on your Browser to return to this page.
To purchase a book, just click on the Add to Cart button.

Catalog No.
Description
Price
CAR-BOK-001

Knoxville In the Olden Time - A reproduction of an article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, published in 1885 (Vol. LXXI, No. 421-6), written by Edmund Kirke. The entire article is on-line, and I have donated he original copy to The McClung Collection in Knoxville.

$5

CAR-BOK-002

1907 Souvenir History of Knoxville, TN,. This 96-page booklet, originally published by the Knoxville Engraving Company and edited by W. M. Goodman, promotes the city of Knoxville and includes many interesting tidbits, photographs, and advertisements of the era. At 8-1/2" x 11" in size, it is smaller than the 10" x 13" original, although due to the wide margins of the original, the images themselves are only slightly reduced. It is fascinating reading and a "must" for those interested in the history of Knoxville. Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-2-6.

$20

CAR-BOK-003

Knoxville, Tennessee,. A 128-page booklet, originally published in 1891 as an edition of The Englehardt Series on American Cities by Andrew Morrison. It is 8-1/2" x 11" in size, slightly larger than the original. It includes numerous engraved images of scenes, buildings, businesses, and homes in the city, and a brief index. Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-1-9.

$20

CAR-BOK-004

Historical Album of East Tennessee - 1898,. A 40-page booklet, originally copyrighted by W. A. J. Moore. It is 8-1/2" x 11" in size, slightly larger than the original. It includes photos of homes, business and other landmarks, and many advertisements for businesses in the city of Knoxville, TN. This version has been converted to vertical format because of printing issues, and to make reading easier. Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-5-7.

$10

CAR-BOK-005

Pictures of Knoxville [Tennessee]. A 78-page booklet, originally published around 1904 by Russell Harrison. It is 8-1/2" x 11" in size, and includes B/W photographs and engravings of scenes, buildings, businesses, and homes in the city, along with a brief introduction. The original version was in a horizontal format. This version has been converted to vertical format because of printing issues, and to make reading easier. Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-4-0.

$10

CAR-BOK-011

Battle of Campbell Station. A 47-page booklet, an original publication by Charles A. Reeves, Jr.. It is 8-1/2" x 11" in size, and is a transcription of an article that appeared in the December 7, 1863 issue of the New-York Daily Tribune. It includes information about this battle, as well as the Siege of Knoxville, The Battles of Chattanooga and Chickamauga, and other action. Several color images include one of an original painting by Paul J. Long (used with permission). Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-0-2.

$20

CAR-BOK-012

Photographs from the Appalachian and National Conservation Expositions - Knoxville, Tennessee, 1910-1913. A reproduction of photos contained in the report of the Expositons issued in 1914. By Charles A. Reeves, Jr. and Billie R. McNamara. It is 8-1/2" x 11" in size and 96 pages. Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-6-4.

$15

CAR-BOK-013

Standard History of Knoxville, Tennessee. This book is a reproduction of the original book published in 1900, edited by William Rule with George F. Mellen and J. Wooldridge collaborators. It is an extremely detailed report of the history of the city up to that date, with this version including illustrations of scenes of the city and its surroundings from other publications of the era. More importantly, it also includes a very thorough index, which was not in the original publication, and to the author's knowledge, has not been available previously in print. This edition encompasses nearly 800 pages. It is 6" x 9" in size. Paperback, professionally bound and published; ISBN 978-0-9800984-9-5.

$35


CAR-BOK-000

 

I've only written one book to date, currently out-of-print. Clay, Jackson, and Putnam Counties, Tennessee is a 314-page index of major landmarks in three counties in the Upper Cumberland River area of Middle Tennessee. The landmarks were determined from USGS maps and other sources, and include Cemeteries, Churches, Schools, Waterways, Roadways, Municipalities, and Benchmarks, with the emphasis being on cemeteries. It also includes detailed color maps and locating information, along with a complete last name index. Repeat: This book is currently out-of-print.

N/A


Return to the top of this page.

The entire contents of this page copyright 2000, 2001, 2002, 200, 2008, 2009 Charles A. Reeves, Jr.

This page last updated October 31, 2009.