Greenhouses and cutting gardens024
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The residence known as “Bonnie Brae,” once rested on twenty-two acres along the hillside of the present-day southwestern corner of Woodlawn Drive and I-440. The Villager Condominiums stand there now. “Bonnie Brae” derives its name from the Scottish meaning “excellent or pretty, slope or hill.” Built by Bertrand Howe in 1914, this was home to Bertram and his wife Lelia from 1914-1921. The next owners were Howell H. and Elise Campbell beginning in 1922 and continuing for almost fifty years. “Bonnie Brae” was a grand estate. These digital reproductions were scanned from the “Bonnie Brae” photo album, belonging to the Campbell’s granddaughter Ann Dobson Tidwell. 1 digital photograph.
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Nashville (Tenn.)--Social life and customs
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Hillsboro Pike (Nashville, Tenn.)
Woodlawn Drive (Nashville, Tenn.)
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