"Historic Knoxville 'Dogwood Capital of the World' Gateway to the Great Smokies," 1960, two identical prints on paper by Charlotte Coleman Burt. Image contains nine historic houses and one burial mound in Knoxville arranged in three rows.
Along the top row are:
1.) City Hall: the oldest public building in Knoxville, erected in 1848 as a school for the deaf, used in 1861 as a Confederate Army Hospital, and again in 1863 as a Union Army Hospital.
2.) Confederate Memorial Hall: General James A. Longstreet's headquarters during the siege of Knoxville in 1863.
3.) Dulin Memorial Art Gallery: Built in 1915, designed by John Russell Pope who also designed the Jefferson Memorial in Washington