• Map of Davidson County, 1930

    S.M. McMurray Engineering Company

    This map shows community names, schools, churches, prisons, hospitals, railroads, major roads, street railways, and ward lines, and distances from City Hall in half-mile radials. There is also an inde…

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  • Topographic map of the Nashville quadrangle, Tennessee

    Geological Survey (U.S." Harrison, R. L

    Topographical map of Nashville and vicinity detailing the landscape. Most major structures are represented, as are roads, railroads, churches, lakes, and rivers. Relief shown by contours, isolines and…

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  • Complete map of Nashville and suburbs (appr. 1947)

    Nashville and Davidson County (Tenn." Metropolitan Planning Commission, Nashville (Tenn." Planning Commission

    Highly detailed street map of the greater Nashville area. Named roads, highways, railroads, parks, schools, hospitals, and cemeteries are all shown. Footprints of major buildings are drawn, and neighb…

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  • Revised map and guide of Nashville and environs

    Naive, W. T, Harman, M. M, Rich, J. W

    Map of Nashville and surrounding area with a focus on the infrastructure of the city. Roads are shown and named, as are railroads, rivers, and Berry Field is denoted. Neighborhoods are named and civil…

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  • Nashville metropolitan area (Davidson County) generalized land use (1956)

    Nashville and Davidson County (Tenn." Metropolitan Planning Commission

    A general land use map published by the county planning commission. Land use in the county is color-coded and indicates residential (by density), commercial and industrial, community facilities, bodie…

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  • Map of west Nashville

    Lyle, W. H. (surveyor)

    Map showing West Nashville along the Cumberland River. Streets are named, businesses along the river front are identified, and neighborhoods are named. Clifton and Richland parks are labeled. And inse…

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  • Plan of the City of Nashville and vicinity (1873)

    Foster, W. F. (Wilbur F.)

    Originally from the 1873 Nashville City Directory, Wilbur Foster's detailed street map names streets and prominent buildings such as the State Capitol and the ""Residence of Mrs. J. K. Polk;"" also na…

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  • Map of Davidson County, Tennessee

    This map depicts Davidson County in the early 1920s. City wards are numbered within the city's corporation limits. Roads, railroads, the Cumberland River, creeks, and neighborhoods are drawn and named…

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  • New map of Davidson County, Tennessee showing roads and highways with their condition to date (1926)

    Gardner, Edwin Maximillian, 1845-1935

    Colorful map of Davidson County published in 1926. It details the various roads and railroads that traverse the county specifying highways, macadam roads, mixed roads, and dirt roads. The county's civ…

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  • Map of Nashville Tennessee (1885)

    Foster, Wilbur F

    Wilbur F. Foster's 1885 city directory map of Nashville, Tenn. The map is keyed to churches, hotels, schools, fire engine houses, and other community buildings. City wards are color-coded and there ar…

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  • Index map from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Plat map of downtown Nashville (Tenn.) originally published in the 1908 Atlas of Nashville. The overview map of the City of Nashville is divided into plate numbers that correspond with the rest of the…

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  • Complete map of Nashville and suburbs

    Nashville City Planning Commission, Davidson County Planning Commission

    Highly detailed street map of the greater Nashville area. Roads, highways, railroads, parks, schools, hospitals, and cemeteries are all shown. Geographic features include rivers, creeks, and lakes. A…

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  • Revised map of Nashville, Tennessee

    From the 1912 Nashville City Directory, this detailed map of Nashville, Tenn. shows street names, city ward boundaries, railroads, cemeteries, significant buildings and important landmarks. Certain ge…

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  • Revised map of Nashville, Tennessee: showing new ward boundaries

    Detailed map of Nashville, Tenn. from the 1900s showing street names, city ward boundaries, railroads, cemeteries, significant buildings and important landmarks. Certain geographic features are incorp…

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  • Nashville in 1854

    Printed map of Nashville depicting the city in 1854. The old street names are drawn, and a number of churches, schools, masonic buildings, banks, schools, and businesses are denoted. The State Peniten…

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  • Nashville in 1854

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    Hand-drawn map of of Nashville depicting the city in 1854. The old street names are drawn, and a number of churches, schools, masonic buildings, banks, schools, and businesses are denoted. The State P…

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  • Old Hickory village blueprint map

    Shepard, W. A

    Blueprint map of Old Hickory locating and naming various industrial and residential buildings. Schools, the YWCA, YMCA, "negro village," "Mexican village," and roads are all denoted. Old Hickory serve…

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  • Nashville in 1804

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    From the recollections of Mrs. Harriet Temple the daughter of Duncan Robertson. Shows Nashville in 1804 with landscape, dwellings, businesses and the Cumberland River. Eichbaum also lightly noted some…

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