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Hello my name is Brian Murray, and I'm a photographer based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Visit regularly to see what's new, or become a member and be updated when new pics are uploaded. If you happen to be in Knoxville, my photos are also available at Bliss Home and the Market Square Farmers' Market.

Find me at The Market Square Farmers' Market

The Market Square Farmers' Market has an amazing webpage that allows you to find exactly where I'll be set up each week.
Here's the link : Market Square Farmers' Market

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Pictures

Fort Sanders

1802 Highland
1802 Highland
1802 Highland Avenue- This Victorian style house was built circa 1891 for Ranson D. Whittle who owned and founded the Whittle Trunk and Bag Company; the Whittle Springs neighborhood is named for his family. From 1914 until 1950, William T. Roberts, owner of the 18th Street IGA around the corner, lived in the house.

1802 Highland (2)
1802 Highland (2)
1802 Highland Avenue- This Victorian style house was built circa 1891 for Ranson D. Whittle who owned and founded the Whittle Trunk and Bag Company; the Whittle Springs neighborhood is named for his family. From 1914 until 1950, William T. Roberts, owner of the 18th Street IGA around the corner, lived in the house.

Laurel Ave
Laurel Ave

Laurel High School
Laurel High School
Laurel High School was a small high school in the Fort Sanders neighborhood that offered students an alternative education. 1975-2011

Laurel High School (2)
Laurel High School (2)
Laurel High School was a small high school in the Fort Sanders neighborhood that offered students an alternative education. 1975-2011

Laurel Theater
Laurel Theater

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the building stood for many years as the Fort Sanders Presbyterian Church, constructed in 1898.

Today the Laurel Theater is a performance center and home of Jubilee Community Arts, an organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of traditional music and art forms of the Southern Appalachians.


Laurel Theater (2)
Laurel Theater (2)

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the building stood for many years as the Fort Sanders Presbyterian Church, constructed in 1898.

Today the Laurel Theater is a performance center and home of Jubilee Community Arts, an organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of traditional music and art forms of the Southern Appalachians.


Laurel Theater (3)
Laurel Theater (3)

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the building stood for many years as the Fort Sanders Presbyterian Church, constructed in 1898.

Today the Laurel Theater is a performance center and home of Jubilee Community Arts, an organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of traditional music and art forms of the Southern Appalachians.


South Knoxville

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Savway

King Tut Grill
King Tut Grill

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King Tut Grill 2

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King Tut Grill 3

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Shops in Vestal

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King Tut Grill 4

Pease Furniture
Pease Furniture

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Untitled 2(behind Candoro Marble Co.)

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Mugford Pharmacy 3

Mugford Pharmacy 2
Mugford Pharmacy 2

JFG Coffee Sign (by Gay St. Bridge)
JFG Coffee Sign (by Gay St. Bridge)

JFG Coffee Sign 2 (by Gay St. Bridge)
JFG Coffee Sign 2 (by Gay St. Bridge)

JFG Coffee Sign 4 (by Gay St. Bridge)
JFG Coffee Sign 4 (by Gay St. Bridge)

JFG Coffee Sign 5 (by Gay St. Bridge)
JFG Coffee Sign 5 (by Gay St. Bridge)

JFG Coffee Sign 6 (by Gay St. Bridge)
JFG Coffee Sign 6 (by Gay St. Bridge)

Knoxville Scenes Gay St

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The Miller's Building
The Miller's Building

The Bijou
The Bijou
Built in 1909 as an addition to the Lamar House Hotel, the theater has at various times served as performance venue for traditional theatre, vaudeville, a second-run moviehouse, a commencement stage for the city's African-American high school, and a pornographic movie theater. The Lamar House Hotel, in which the theater was constructed, was originally built in 1817, and modified in the 1850s. The building and theater were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. In 1909, the rear wing of the building was replaced by the Bijou Theatre structure, entered through a new lobby cut through the hotel building from Gay Street. The theater opened on March 8, 1909, and over the next four decades would host performers such as the Marx Brothers, Dizzy Gillespie, John Philip Sousa, the Ballets Russes, Ethel Barrymore, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, and John Cullum. After a period of decline in the 1960s and early 1970s, local preservationists purchased the building and renovated the theater. -from the wiki page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bijou_Theatre_(Knoxville)
The Bijou 2
The Bijou 2
Built in 1909 as an addition to the Lamar House Hotel, the theater has at various times served as performance venue for traditional theatre, vaudeville, a second-run moviehouse, a commencement stage for the city's African-American high school, and a pornographic movie theater. The Lamar House Hotel, in which the theater was constructed, was originally built in 1817, and modified in the 1850s. The building and theater were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. In 1909, the rear wing of the building was replaced by the Bijou Theatre structure, entered through a new lobby cut through the hotel building from Gay Street. The theater opened on March 8, 1909, and over the next four decades would host performers such as the Marx Brothers, Dizzy Gillespie, John Philip Sousa, the Ballets Russes, Ethel Barrymore, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, and John Cullum. After a period of decline in the 1960s and early 1970s, local preservationists purchased the building and renovated the theater. -from the wiki page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bijou_Theatre_(Knoxville)
The Bijou 3
The Bijou 3
Built in 1909 as an addition to the Lamar House Hotel, the theater has at various times served as performance venue for traditional theatre, vaudeville, a second-run moviehouse, a commencement stage for the city's African-American high school, and a pornographic movie theater. The Lamar House Hotel, in which the theater was constructed, was originally built in 1817, and modified in the 1850s. The building and theater were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. In 1909, the rear wing of the building was replaced by the Bijou Theatre structure, entered through a new lobby cut through the hotel building from Gay Street. The theater opened on March 8, 1909, and over the next four decades would host performers such as the Marx Brothers, Dizzy Gillespie, John Philip Sousa, the Ballets Russes, Ethel Barrymore, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, and John Cullum. After a period of decline in the 1960s and early 1970s, local preservationists purchased the building and renovated the theater. -from the wiki page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bijou_Theatre_(Knoxville)
The Bijou 5
The Bijou 5
Built in 1909 as an addition to the Lamar House Hotel, the theater has at various times served as performance venue for traditional theatre, vaudeville, a second-run moviehouse, a commencement stage for the city's African-American high school, and a pornographic movie theater. The Lamar House Hotel, in which the theater was constructed, was originally built in 1817, and modified in the 1850s. The building and theater were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. In 1909, the rear wing of the building was replaced by the Bijou Theatre structure, entered through a new lobby cut through the hotel building from Gay Street. The theater opened on March 8, 1909, and over the next four decades would host performers such as the Marx Brothers, Dizzy Gillespie, John Philip Sousa, the Ballets Russes, Ethel Barrymore, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, and John Cullum. After a period of decline in the 1960s and early 1970s, local preservationists purchased the building and renovated the theater. -from the wiki page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bijou_Theatre_(Knoxville)
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The Kress Building 2
The Kress Building 2

S. H. Kress & Co. was the trading name of a chain of "five and dime" retail department stores in the United States, which operated from 1896 to 1981.

Samuel H. Kress opened his first "stationery and notions" store in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania in 1887. The chain of S. H. Kress & Co. 5-10-25 Cent Stores was established in 1896.

Throughout the first half of the twentieth century Kress stores were a familiar sight on "Main Street" in hundreds of cities and towns.

In 1964 Genesco, Inc. acquired ownership of Kress. The company abandoned its center-city stores and moved to the shopping malls. Genesco began liquidating Kress and closing down the Kress stores in 1980.


The Commerce Building
The Commerce Building

The Commerce Building 2
The Commerce Building 2




Gay St.
Gay St.
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The Holston Building 3
The Holston Building 3

The Holston Building 2
The Holston Building 2
The Holston Building
The Holston Building
The Holston Building
The Holston Building



The Farragut Building
The Farragut Building
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The Farragut Building
The Farragut Building
The Farragut Building
Kimball's on Gay Street
Kimball's on Gay Street
Kimball's Jewelry store
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First Tennessee Plaza
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First Tennessee Plaza

First Tennessee Plaza
First Tennessee Plaza

Riverview Tower
Riverview Tower

First Tennessee Plaza
First Tennessee Plaza

First Tennessee Plaza (color)
First Tennessee Plaza (color)

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Built in 1898 as the original home of a prestigious furniture company, the Emporium Building housed a wholesale goods distributor and later became a textile manufacturing facility that fulfilled military contracts. The two adjacent buildings and the vacant lot were the location of the “Parthenon of Country Music,” which served as the home of the WNOX Mid-day Merry-Go-Round.
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Woodruff
Woodruff

Woodruff
Woodruff

Hope Brothers
Hope Brothers

Woodruff
Woodruff

Woodruff
Woodruff

Gay Street sign
Gay Street sign

Gay Street sign (color)
Gay Street sign (color)

Gay Street sign 2
Gay Street sign 2

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Downtown Knoxville
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Deaver Dry Goods
Deaver Dry Goods

Deaver Dry Goods 2
Deaver Dry Goods 2

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Deaver Dry Goods 4
Deaver Dry Goods 4

Knoxville Scenes Tennessee Theater

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Tennessee Theatre 2
Tennessee Theatre 2
The Tennessee Theatre on Gay Street in Knoxville.

UT Knoxville

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Neyland Stadium(Power T)
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Neyland Stadium
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The Torchbearer
The Torchbearer
The classes of 1928 through 1932 gave $1,000 to be used as a prize for a sculpture that would capture "the spirit of University youth and its ideal of service." The contest winner who was announced on May 12, 1931, was a Yale School of Fine Arts student, Theodore Andre Beck. Complaints from faculty and students caused the design to be modified. The middle--aged man was made younger-looking; the Grecian hairstyle and tunic were changed to something of more indeterminate character so as to avoid relating the figure to any particular culture; instead of a lamp in his right hand he held aloft a torch representing the maxim "One that beareth a torch standeth in shadow to give light to others"; on his left side, partially hidden, hung a "sword of protection"; and in his left hand was held the Goddess of Winged Victory, the symbol of success. Later, the design was modified to include a globe upon which Winged Victory rested--to suggest that victory over the challenges of the world, in times of both war and peace, lay in the individual's own hands. The depression and World War II prevented the statue from being cast and placed on campus, although the design was adopted as the official symbol of the University, copyrighted in 1932, and began appearing on some official stationery, class rings, commencement programs, The Volunteer and The Torch. In 1937, the senior class gave a silver-plated model of the torchbearer to the outstanding member of the junior class; the first recipient was John Fisher. For the occasion sculptor Beck prepared a three-foot high plaster version complete with built-in flame which, on its first use, malfunctioned and completely destroyed the outstretched hand. With the physical expansion of the University in the 1960s, there were ample sites for a large statue. The class of 1967 spearheaded a project and raised the necessary funds to cast a nine-foot-tall Volunteer. The trustees allocated money from grounds maintenance for a broad stairway, walk, and landscaping to complement the statue. There was again controversy about the design of the statue which delayed its expected 1967 Homecoming dedication. Again modified, the statue was finally cast, placed in Circle Park, and unveiled on April 19, 1968. In attendance were two members of the classes of 1930 and 1931, the president of the class of 1967, and the 1967 Volunteer of the Year. In 1987, the Torchbearer was again chosen for its symbolism when the UT Knoxville Chancellor's Office had a twelve-inch-high version cast and awarded to a distinguished alumnus at the annual meeting of the Chancellor's Associates. The 1988 honoree was the same John Fisher who had fifty years earlier received the first Torchbearer. (cited from the UT page http://web.utk.edu/~mklein/uttrads.html)
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Strong Hall at UT Campus

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Knoxville Scenes

Fireproof Storage & Van Company
Fireproof Storage & Van Company

Fireproof Storage & Van Company
Fireproof Storage & Van Company

Dixie Kitchen
Dixie Kitchen

Harb's Carpets
Harb's Carpets

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Knox Glass
Knox Glass

Knox Glass 2
Knox Glass 2

Knox Glass 3
Knox Glass 3

Pryor-Brown Parking Garage (3)
Pryor-Brown Parking Garage (3)

Pryor-Brown Parking Garage
Pryor-Brown Parking Garage

Pryor-Brown Parking Garage (2)
Pryor-Brown Parking Garage (2)










712 Walnut St
712 Walnut St

712 Walnut St (2)
712 Walnut St (2)

The Medical Arts Building 4
The Medical Arts Building 4

The Medical Arts Building 5
The Medical Arts Building 5

The Medical Arts Building 6
The Medical Arts Building 6

The Medical Arts Building 3
The Medical Arts Building 3

The Medical Arts Building 4
The Medical Arts Building 4

The Medical Arts Building 2
The Medical Arts Building 2

The Medical Arts Building
The Medical Arts Building

US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
US Post Office and Court House
US Post Office and Court House
The United States Post Office and Courthouse, commonly called the Knoxville Post Office, is a federal building located at 501 Main Street in Knoxville, Tennessee. Constructed in the early 1930s for use as a post office and federal courthouse, the building contains numerous Art Deco and Modern elements, and is clad in Tennessee marble. While the building is still used as a branch post office, the court section is now used by the state courts. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and political significance.
The Oliver Hotel
The Oliver Hotel
Originally built in 1876 as the Peter Kern Bakery, the building has hosted everything from the Kern's candy counter and soda fountain to a drugstore, and dancing hall. In 1982, the building was then converted into the Blakely House Hotel to house VIP guests for the Worlds Fair. Several years later, the hotel was sold to Kristopher Kendrick who changed the name to Hotel St. Oliver.
The Oliver Hotel 2
The Oliver Hotel 2
Originally built in 1876 as the Peter Kern Bakery, the building has hosted everything from the Kern's candy counter and soda fountain to a drugstore, and dancing hall. In 1982, the building was then converted into the Blakely House Hotel to house VIP guests for the Worlds Fair. Several years later, the hotel was sold to Kristopher Kendrick who changed the name to Hotel St. Oliver.
The Oliver Hotel 3
The Oliver Hotel 3
Originally built in 1876 as the Peter Kern Bakery, the building has hosted everything from the Kern's candy counter and soda fountain to a drugstore, and dancing hall. In 1982, the building was then converted into the Blakely House Hotel to house VIP guests for the Worlds Fair. Several years later, the hotel was sold to Kristopher Kendrick who changed the name to Hotel St. Oliver.
The Oliver Hotel 4
The Oliver Hotel 4
Originally built in 1876 as the Peter Kern Bakery, the building has hosted everything from the Kern's candy counter and soda fountain to a drugstore, and dancing hall. In 1982, the building was then converted into the Blakely House Hotel to house VIP guests for the Worlds Fair. Several years later, the hotel was sold to Kristopher Kendrick who changed the name to Hotel St. Oliver.
The Oliver Hotel 5
The Oliver Hotel 5
Originally built in 1876 as the Peter Kern Bakery, the building has hosted everything from the Kern's candy counter and soda fountain to a drugstore, and dancing hall. In 1982, the building was then converted into the Blakely House Hotel to house VIP guests for the Worlds Fair. Several years later, the hotel was sold to Kristopher Kendrick who changed the name to Hotel St. Oliver.
The Oliver Hotel 6
The Oliver Hotel 6
Originally built in 1876 as the Peter Kern Bakery, the building has hosted everything from the Kern's candy counter and soda fountain to a drugstore, and dancing hall. In 1982, the building was then converted into the Blakely House Hotel to house VIP guests for the Worlds Fair. Several years later, the hotel was sold to Kristopher Kendrick who changed the name to Hotel St. Oliver.
The Arnstein Building
The Arnstein Building
The Arnstein Building, located at the corner of Union Avenue and Market Street, in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Built in 1906, this building was originally a department store.
The Arnstein Building 2
The Arnstein Building 2
The Arnstein Building, located at the corner of Union Avenue and Market Street, in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Built in 1906, this building was originally a department store.
Spiral Staircase
Spiral Staircase

Spiral Staircase 2
Spiral Staircase 2

710 Walnut St
710 Walnut St

710 Walnut St (2)
710 Walnut St (2)

710 Walnut St (3)
710 Walnut St (3)

Hotel 1
Hotel 1

Hotel 2
Hotel 2

Sterchi's
Sterchi's
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's 2
Sterchi's 2
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's 3
Sterchi's 3
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's 4
Sterchi's 4
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's 5
Sterchi's 5
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's  6
Sterchi's 6
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's 7
Sterchi's 7
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
Sterchi's 8
Sterchi's 8
Built to serve as the headquarters of the Sterchi Brothers Furniture Company during the roaring ’20’s and renovated into modern loft apartments in 2002 by Leigh Burch III and John Gumpert.
The Emporium
The Emporium
Built in 1898 as the original home of a prestigious furniture company, the Emporium Building housed a wholesale goods distributor and later became a textile manufacturing facility that fulfilled military contracts. The two adjacent buildings and the vacant lot were the location of the “Parthenon of Country Music,” which served as the home of the WNOX Mid-day Merry-Go-Round.
The Emporium 2
The Emporium 2
Built in 1898 as the original home of a prestigious furniture company, the Emporium Building housed a wholesale goods distributor and later became a textile manufacturing facility that fulfilled military contracts. The two adjacent buildings and the vacant lot were the location of the “Parthenon of Country Music,” which served as the home of the WNOX Mid-day Merry-Go-Round.
Patrick Sullivan's
Patrick Sullivan's
Patrick Sullivan's in the Old City
5th Avenue Hotel
5th Avenue Hotel
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Kay's Ice cream
Kay's Ice cream
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Hess's
Hess's
Hess's department store in downtown Knoxville
The L&N Station
The L&N Station

The L&N 2
The L&N 2

The L&N 3
The L&N 3

The L&N 4
The L&N 4

The L&N 5
The L&N 5

The L&N 6
The L&N 6

The L&N 7
The L&N 7
The L&N Station in downtown Knoxville
The L&N 8
The L&N 8

YMCA (B/W)
YMCA (B/W)

YMCA
YMCA
Reflection of the Sunsphere on the YMCA
YMCA 2
YMCA 2
The YMCA in downtown Knoxville
YMCA 3
YMCA 3
The YMCA in downtown Knoxville
YMCA 4
YMCA 4
The YMCA in downtown Knoxville
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Philco Building
Philco Building
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The Miller's Building in downtown Knoxville.
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Regas
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The Regas
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Regas sign
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Knox Rail Salvage
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Knox Rail Salvage (B/W)
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Henley st bridge 1
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The Lord Lindsey
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The Lord Lindsey (B/W)
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The Disc Exchange (color)
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Sunsphere Sunset 1
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Sunsphere Sunset 2
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Keener Lighting Co.
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Keener Lighting Co. 2
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Keener Lighting Co. 3
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Keener Lighting Co. 4
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Keener Lighting Co. 5
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Keener Lighting Co. 6
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Southeastern Glass Co.
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Southeastern Glass Co. 2
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Sunsphere 2
Sunsphere 2
The Sunsphere in downtown Knoxville
Merita Bread Co. 3
Merita Bread Co. 3
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Merita Bread Co. 2
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Merita Bread Co.
Merita Bread Co.
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Freezo
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Rachmaninoff"s Last Concert
Rachmaninoff"s Last Concert
Statue of Rachmaninoff in Knoxville, TN.
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Knoxville Scenes 2 The Old City

The Blue Circle Burger 2
The Blue Circle Burger 2
The Blue Circle Burger in downtown Knoxville.
The Blue Circle Burger
The Blue Circle Burger
The Blue Circle Burger in downtown Knoxville.
The Oarsman
The Oarsman

White Lily 2
White Lily 2

The White Lily brand was founded in 1883 in Knoxville, TN as the Knoxville Milling Company (KMC) OR as the Knoxville City Mills.

In 1887, James Allen Smith purchased KMC and renamed the mill the J. Allen Smith Co.

During World War II, war rations were that only straight grade could be sold, so the White Lily brand was taken off the market, because only the best flour could be White Lily.

In 1994 J. Allen Smith & Company is combined with Great Western.

In 1972 White Lily was acquired by Dixie Portland Flour Mills.

In 1991, White Lily was acquired by Windmill Corporation.

In 1995, C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc. acquired White Lily.

In 2003, White Lily entered the frozen dough category with four varieties of Frozen Biscuits, and introduced White Lily Quick Grits.

In 2005, Two additional frozen biscuit varieties were introduced.

In October 2006, The J.M. Smucker Company (NYSE: SJM) announced it had acquired the White Lily brand from C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc., parent company of The White Lily Foods Company. This acquisition did not include the Knoxville, TN mill, which was closed in 2008.

In 2008, White Lily flour production was moved to Ohio, the number one producer of soft winter red wheat. It is also where The J.M. Smucker Company is headquartered. The Ohio milling facility is a fifth generation family milling operation which has served as a secondary miller of White Lily flour for generations.

-from Wiki


White Lily 3
White Lily 3

The White Lily brand was founded in 1883 in Knoxville, TN as the Knoxville Milling Company (KMC) OR as the Knoxville City Mills.

In 1887, James Allen Smith purchased KMC and renamed the mill the J. Allen Smith Co.

During World War II, war rations were that only straight grade could be sold, so the White Lily brand was taken off the market, because only the best flour could be White Lily.

In 1994 J. Allen Smith & Company is combined with Great Western.

In 1972 White Lily was acquired by Dixie Portland Flour Mills.

In 1991, White Lily was acquired by Windmill Corporation.

In 1995, C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc. acquired White Lily.

In 2003, White Lily entered the frozen dough category with four varieties of Frozen Biscuits, and introduced White Lily Quick Grits.

In 2005, Two additional frozen biscuit varieties were introduced.

In October 2006, The J.M. Smucker Company (NYSE: SJM) announced it had acquired the White Lily brand from C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc., parent company of The White Lily Foods Company. This acquisition did not include the Knoxville, TN mill, which was closed in 2008.

In 2008, White Lily flour production was moved to Ohio, the number one producer of soft winter red wheat. It is also where The J.M. Smucker Company is headquartered. The Ohio milling facility is a fifth generation family milling operation which has served as a secondary miller of White Lily flour for generations.

-from Wiki


White Lily 4
White Lily 4

The White Lily brand was founded in 1883 in Knoxville, TN as the Knoxville Milling Company (KMC) OR as the Knoxville City Mills.

In 1887, James Allen Smith purchased KMC and renamed the mill the J. Allen Smith Co.

During World War II, war rations were that only straight grade could be sold, so the White Lily brand was taken off the market, because only the best flour could be White Lily.

In 1994 J. Allen Smith & Company is combined with Great Western.

In 1972 White Lily was acquired by Dixie Portland Flour Mills.

In 1991, White Lily was acquired by Windmill Corporation.

In 1995, C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc. acquired White Lily.

In 2003, White Lily entered the frozen dough category with four varieties of Frozen Biscuits, and introduced White Lily Quick Grits.

In 2005, Two additional frozen biscuit varieties were introduced.

In October 2006, The J.M. Smucker Company (NYSE: SJM) announced it had acquired the White Lily brand from C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc., parent company of The White Lily Foods Company. This acquisition did not include the Knoxville, TN mill, which was closed in 2008.

In 2008, White Lily flour production was moved to Ohio, the number one producer of soft winter red wheat. It is also where The J.M. Smucker Company is headquartered. The Ohio milling facility is a fifth generation family milling operation which has served as a secondary miller of White Lily flour for generations.

-from Wiki


White Lily 5
White Lily 5

White Lily 6
White Lily 6

White Lily 7
White Lily 7

White Lily 8
White Lily 8

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Untitled (Old City)

White Lily 9
White Lily 9

White Lily 10
White Lily 10

White Lily 11
White Lily 11

White Lily 12
White Lily 12

White Lily 13
White Lily 13

White Lily 14
White Lily 14

White Lily 15
White Lily 15

White Lily 16
White Lily 16

White Lily 17
White Lily 17

The White Lily brand was founded in 1883 in Knoxville, TN as the Knoxville Milling Company (KMC) OR as the Knoxville City Mills.

In 1887, James Allen Smith purchased KMC and renamed the mill the J. Allen Smith Co.

During World War II, war rations were that only straight grade could be sold, so the White Lily brand was taken off the market, because only the best flour could be White Lily.

In 1994 J. Allen Smith & Company is combined with Great Western.

In 1972 White Lily was acquired by Dixie Portland Flour Mills.

In 1991, White Lily was acquired by Windmill Corporation.

In 1995, C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc. acquired White Lily.

In 2003, White Lily entered the frozen dough category with four varieties of Frozen Biscuits, and introduced White Lily Quick Grits.

In 2005, Two additional frozen biscuit varieties were introduced.

In October 2006, The J.M. Smucker Company (NYSE: SJM) announced it had acquired the White Lily brand from C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc., parent company of The White Lily Foods Company. This acquisition did not include the Knoxville, TN mill, which was closed in 2008.

In 2008, White Lily flour production was moved to Ohio, the number one producer of soft winter red wheat. It is also where The J.M. Smucker Company is headquartered. The Ohio milling facility is a fifth generation family milling operation which has served as a secondary miller of White Lily flour for generations.

-from Wiki


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White Lily 19

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White Lily 20

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White Lily 21

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White Lily 22

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White Lily 23

Barley's
Barley's

Barley's 2
Barley's 2

Barley's 3
Barley's 3

Barley's 4
Barley's 4

Barley
Barley
Barleys in the Old City
Patrick Sullivan's
Patrick Sullivan's

Patrick Sullivan's 2
Patrick Sullivan's 2

Patrick Sullivan's 3
Patrick Sullivan's 3

Patrick Sullivan's 4
Patrick Sullivan's 4

Manhattan's
Manhattan's

Manhattan's 2
Manhattan's 2

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American Clothing
American Clothing

American Clothing 2
American Clothing 2

The JFG Building
The JFG Building

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American Clothing 3

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American Clothing 4
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American Clothing 5

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Untitled 4 (JFG sign)




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The JFG Building 2

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The JFG Building 3

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The JFG Building 4

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The JFG Building 7

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The JFG Building 8

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The Emporium 2

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Sterchi's

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The Commerce Building 2

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The Commerce Building 3
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Harry's
Harry's

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The Emporium 3




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The Emporium 4

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The Old City 3

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The Old City 2

White Lily Flour
White Lily Flour

Knoxville Scenes 3 (Kerbella Shrine)

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Knoxville Scenes 4 (Kern's Bakery)

Kern
Kern
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Kern's Bakery 2
Kern's Bakery 2

Kern
Kern

Knoxville Scenes 5 (Candoro Marble)

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Knoxville Churches

St. John's Lutheran
St. John's Lutheran
St. John's Lutheran
St. John's Lutheran 2
St. John's Lutheran 2

St. John's Lutheran 3
St. John's Lutheran 3

St. John's Lutheran 4
St. John's Lutheran 4

St. John's Lutheran 5
St. John's Lutheran 5

St. John's Lutheran 6
St. John's Lutheran 6

St. John's Lutheran 7
St. John's Lutheran 7

St. John's Lutheran 8
St. John's Lutheran 8

St. John's Lutheran 9
St. John's Lutheran 9

St. John's Lutheran 10
St. John's Lutheran 10

St. John's Lutheran 11
St. John's Lutheran 11

St. John's Lutheran 12
St. John's Lutheran 12

St. John's Lutheran 13
St. John's Lutheran 13

St. John's Lutheran 14
St. John's Lutheran 14

Church Avenue
Church Avenue

Church Street United Methodist 1
Church Street United Methodist 1
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 2
Church Street United Methodist 2
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 3
Church Street United Methodist 3
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 4
Church Street United Methodist 4
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 5
Church Street United Methodist 5
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 6
Church Street United Methodist 6
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 7
Church Street United Methodist 7
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 8
Church Street United Methodist 8
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 9
Church Street United Methodist 9
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 10
Church Street United Methodist 10
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 11
Church Street United Methodist 11
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 12
Church Street United Methodist 12
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 13
Church Street United Methodist 13
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 14
Church Street United Methodist 14
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 15
Church Street United Methodist 15
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 16
Church Street United Methodist 16
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 17
Church Street United Methodist 17
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 18
Church Street United Methodist 18
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 19
Church Street United Methodist 19
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 20
Church Street United Methodist 20
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 21
Church Street United Methodist 21
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 22
Church Street United Methodist 22
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 23
Church Street United Methodist 23
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 24
Church Street United Methodist 24
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 25
Church Street United Methodist 25
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 26
Church Street United Methodist 26
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 27
Church Street United Methodist 27
Church Street United Methodist
Church Street United Methodist 28
Church Street United Methodist 28
Church Street United Methodist
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns 1
St. Johns 1
St. Johns
St. Johns 2
St. Johns 2
St. Johns
St. Johns 3
St. Johns 3
St. Johns
St. Johns 4
St. Johns 4
St. Johns
St. Johns 5
St. Johns 5
St. Johns
St. Johns 6
St. Johns 6
St. Johns
St. Johns 7
St. Johns 7
St. Johns
St. Johns 8
St. Johns 8
St. Johns
St. Johns 9
St. Johns 9
St. Johns
St. Johns 10
St. Johns 10
St. Johns
St. Johns 11
St. Johns 11
St. Johns
St. Johns 12
St. Johns 12
St. Johns
St. Johns 13
St. Johns 13
St. Johns
St. Johns 14
St. Johns 14
St. Johns
St. Johns 15
St. Johns 15
St. Johns
St. Johns 16
St. Johns 16
St. Johns
St. Johns 17
St. Johns 17
St. Johns
St. Johns 18
St. Johns 18
St. Johns
St. Johns 19
St. Johns 19
St. Johns
St. Johns 20
St. Johns 20
St. Johns
St. Johns 21
St. Johns 21
St. Johns
St. Johns 22
St. Johns 22
St. Johns
St. Johns 23
St. Johns 23
St. Johns
St. Johns 24
St. Johns 24
St. Johns
St. Johns 25
St. Johns 25
St. Johns
St. Johns 26
St. Johns 26
St. Johns
St. Johns 27
St. Johns 27
St. Johns
St. Johns 28
St. Johns 28
St. Johns
St. Johns 29
St. Johns 29
St. Johns
St. Johns 30
St. Johns 30
St. Johns
St. Johns 31
St. Johns 31
St. Johns
St. Johns 32
St. Johns 32
St. Johns
St. Johns 33
St. Johns 33
St. Johns
St. Johns 34
St. Johns 34
St. Johns
First Presbyterian
First Presbyterian
First Presbyterian
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Church of the Holy Ghost 1
Church of the Holy Ghost 1
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Church of the Holy Ghost (close up)
Church of the Holy Ghost (close up)
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First Baptist on Main St.jpg
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Smoky Mountains

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Trains

Train Photo 2
Train Photo 2

Night Train
Night Train
Train in fog.
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Night Tracks.jpg 2009-08-25
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warehouse3.jpg
warehouse3.jpg 2009-09-04
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warehouse2.jpg
warehouse2.jpg 2009-09-04
cimmerian train.jpg
cimmerian train.jpg
cimmerian train.jpg 2009-07-30
cimmerian train 2.jpg
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Train Photo 1
Train Photo 1
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train.jpg 2009-08-25
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train5.jpg 2009-08-25
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train6.jpg
train6.jpg 2009-08-25
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Train Photo 3
Train Photo 3
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7-27-2011_017.JPG 2011-07-27

San Diego

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Charleston

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Florence, Arizona

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New York and Chicago

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Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall in New York
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Macy's
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Flowers

Resurrection Fern 1
Resurrection Fern 1

Resurrection Fern 2
Resurrection Fern 2

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Countryside

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Still Life(Banana in a Jar series)

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Banana in a Jar 1
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Banana in a Jar 3
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Misc Pics

Preservation Pub
Preservation Pub

Yee Haw Industries
Yee Haw Industries

Wig Shop 2
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Wig Shop
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HUMAN
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Head Shot
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Tree
Tree
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La Costa Exhibit 2010

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Prints by Brian Murray La Costa Show
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disc exchange
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Keener Lighting
Keener Lighting
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Freezo
Freezo
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Kern's Bakery
Kern's Bakery
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Church of the Holy Ghost
Church of the Holy Ghost
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Kay
Kay
Prints by Brian Murray La Costa Show
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Neyland Stadium by Brian Murray

South Knoxville Home

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Photo journal

Celebrating twenty-one years of my photography

2014 marks twenty-one years of taking photographs for me. In celebration of this event I am running a series of exhibits next year. I have confirmed one exhibit at Bliss Home and two exhibits for The Tomato Head. I may have a few more exhibits to announce later, but need to confirm them first.

Meeting with Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero

I met with Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero again this past Tuesday. I have two new pieces located in her and Tim Burchett's offices.

Kay's Ice Cream shirts!

I am in the process of having one of my most popular prints screen printed onto shirts. The colors I have chosen are pink, cream and possibly light brown (ice cream colors).




Met with Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero today

Meeting with the Mayors

I am excited to say that my prints are now at the offices of Madeline Rogero and Tim Burchett, they are the city and county mayors of Knoxville and Knox county. I look forward to meeting with them soon.

Arts in the Airport

I am excited to say that I have another piece included in the Arts In The Airport Exhibit. This exhibit runs from October 12 through April 11, and is at McGhee Tyson Airport. You can also view all of the pieces here; http://www.knoxalliance.com/album/airport_fall12.html

Winter Exhibit

I am proud to say that 31 Bistro, located in Market Square of downtown Knoxville, has asked me to run another exhibit this November and December. I've got a lot of new prints that I can't wait to see framed and on the walls.

New Exhibit

I have a piece include in the Arts in the Airport Spring 2012 Exhibition
May 25 - October 18, 2012. It is at the McGhee Tyson Airport and can only be seen by airline ticket holders or at the opening reception (on my birthday) Wednesday June 13.

Dogwood Arts Festival Fine Art Exhibit

I forgot to mention that I have a piece in the Fine Arts Exhibit for the Dogwood Arts Festival going on right now. The exhibit is up through the 27th of April at the Emporium on Gay Street.

May

I will be selling prints at the Market Square Farmer's Market starting in May. I will be there on Wednesdays and a couple of Saturdays in May, the farmer's market lasts through November. My dad will be setting up with me, he will be selling  jewelry and oil paintings that he has been working on. I will also be updating the prints at 31 Bistro from the New York series to either Knoxville scenes or the Clingman's Dome series. I will update the exact dates that I will be at the farmers market on my Facebook page.

First Friday Event

I am the featured artist for the month of March at Bliss Home in Market Square. The featured series will be the Smoky Mountains set that I just did this past fall. I will be there for their First Friday event on March 2.

New Exhibit

I am excited to be having an exhibit at La Costa in Market Square, this November and December.
Each month will have new pieces, starting with Knoxville scenes for November. There will be new prints that have not been at Bliss Home or on the website.

Slowly adding more pics

I always seem pretty busy, but I am making an effort to try and scan a few prints a day and upload.

Finally getting another website

I recently found out that one of my coworkers did photography as well. She sent me to her shutterfly site to check out her photos. I liked the idea so much that I decided to do so as well. Hopefully in the next few weeks I will go through and start scanning all of my negatives for posting. I am excited about this new project.

My prints are available at Bliss Home and the Market Square Farmers' Market.

Find me at the Market Square Farmers' Market Here
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9/7/2011 10:53:01 PM - fb:690199465
Very impressive photography...Gives a real feel and sense of Knoxville. J
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I can never, ever tell you enough how tallented you are. You amaze me with you look on the world around us.
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Brian, I am very impressed with this website! And thank you for inviting me.

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