|Name||Heiskell, Samuel G.|
|Other names||Samuel Gordon Heiskell|
|Birthplace||Monroe County, Tennessee|
|Father||William Heiskell (1788-1871)|
|Mother||Julia Gahagan Heiskell (1833-1896)|
|Notes||Served as Mayor of Knoxville five times (1896-97, 1900-01, 1906-07, 1910-15); Lawyer, historian, State Representative.|
|Spouse||Irene Kuhn Heiskell (1868-1936)|
Four men playing musical instruments; two playing guitar and the other two playing mandolin, cabinet card, c. 1890s, photograph by Walter R. Reeves. The man who is second from the right identified as Sam Heiskell. Printed to right of image: Reeves, Photographer Clarksville, Tenn. Cabinet card was inserted in album 1986.13.1; handwritten on album page, in pencil: "Sam Heiskell" (with an arrow drawn to indicate second man from right in image).
"S. G. Heiskell," cabinet card, c. 1890-1899, photograph by McCrary & Branson. On back, handwritten in black ink: Very Truly , &c, S. G. Heiskell Cabinet card was inserted in album 1986.13.1.
"Sam Heiskell," carte-de-visite, c. 1890s, photograph by McCrary & Branson. On back, printed in gold ink: McCrary & Branson / Knoxville, Tenn. Carte de visite was inserted in album 1986.13.1. Handwritten on album page above image, in pencil: Sam Heiskell