A report on Sequoyah Hills and Francis Keally

Panther Fountain
Francis Keally c. 1924
Entrance to Sequoyah Hills at intersection of Cherokee Boulevard and Kingston Pike
Brooklyn Public Library
Late Woodland burial mound along Cherokee Boulevard
The "old" Cherokee Country Club, circa 1910
Prairie-style house along Scenic Drive, built in 1924
Gatepost along Cherokee Boulevard
UT president's house at 940 Cherokee Boulevard
Sequoyah Elementary School

The neighborhood contains numerous notable examples of mid-20th century residential architecture, with houses designed by architects such as Charles I. Barber, Benjamin McMurry, and Francis Keally.

- Sequoyah Hills

Barbour Residence, 1119 Scenic Drive, Sequoyah Hills, Knoxville, Tennessee, with landscape architect Arthur F. Brinkerhoff, 1940

- Francis Keally
Panther Fountain

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