• Unidentified U.S. Marine Corps officer

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Seated, unidentified U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant. He has a Marine Corps "globe and anchor" insignia on his collar and a U.S. Army Second Division patch on the shoulder of his uniform. During World Wa…

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  • Timothy, James Simmons

    United States. Marine Corps; 6th Regiment; Company 80 White Lieutenant Timothy James Simmons was the first Tennessee officer killed in World War I. A memorial tree was planted for him by the Catholic…

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  • Gilliam, Ernest Pettus

    United States. Army; Air Service; Aviation; 438th Aero Squadron White

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  • Captain Frierson

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Captain Frierson, standing in World War I uniform, outside. He is wearing a [Garrison] cap and boots.

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  • Letter to Governor Tom C. Rye from the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local Union No. 41

    United Brotherhood of Carpenters Joiners of America. Local Union No. 41

    Letter dated July 12, 1918 in which the Nashville chapter of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners petitioned Governor Tom C. Rye to remove Theodore Hoepfner, a German-born American citizen,…

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