ITEMS DEALING WITH KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE

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BOOKS

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 Booklet 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.

$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.

$30

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.

$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 photographs and engravings of scenes, buildings, businesses, and homes in the city, along with a brief introduction.

$20

MAPS

CAR-MAP-021

Bird's eye view of the city of Knoxville, Knoxville County, Tennessee; drawn by A. Ruger.; published by Chicago Lithographing Co.; 1871; 24" h x 36" w.

$20

CAR-MAP-022

Knoxville, county seat of Knox County, Tennessee; drawn by Henry Wellege; published by Norris, Wellge & Co. in Milwaukee, WI; 1886; 24" h x 36" w.

$20

CAR-MAP-238

Maps of the Streets of Knoxville, 1884; a reproduction of two Sanborn maps at The Library of Congress showing streets, businesses and other items of interest, each 21" x 25"

$25

CAR-MAP-239

Map of Knoxville, 1890; a reproduction of a Sanborn map at The Library of Congress showing streets, businesses and other items of interest, 21" x 25"

$20

CAR-MAP-240

Map of Knoxville, 1895; a reproduction of a Ogden Brothers map at The Library of Congress showing streets and other items of interest, 28" x 35"

$25

CAR-MAP-171

1895 Knox County, Tennessee Property Owners Map; a reproduction of a map at The Library of Congress, which I paid them to scan; 44" x 56" (slightly reduced from the original). It shows property owners, churches, schools, road, communities, cities and towns; includes complete indexes of all features shown on the map, one by district number and one sorted by name

$30

CAR-MAP-241

Map of Knoxville, 1917; a reproduction of a Sanborn map at The Library of Congress showing streets and other items of interest, 32" x 36"

$25



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