• Tulip Street United Methodist Church, 2000 October

    Historic Nashville, Inc

    A photograph of Tulip Street United Methodist Church located at 522 Russell Street in the Edgefield Historic District in Nashville, Tennessee. The church sits at the corner of South Fifth Street, whic…

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  • St. Phillip's African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2002 February

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    A photograph of St. Phillip's African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church located at 904 Thirty-third Avenue North. According to the original cornerstone, this church was erected in 1936. The foundati…

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  • West End Church of Christ, 2002 January

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    A photograph of West End Church of Christ located at 3532 West End Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. The congregation formed in 1943 while the church was constructed in 1948. The architect was Donald So…

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  • The Insane Asylum of Tenn., circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page from a mounted and bound volume of twenty-five pen-and-ink wash drawings, and two pen-and-ink maps of Nashville created by William A. Eichbaum during the 1850s. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • Duncan Hotel. Nashville, Tenn., circa 1910

    A postcard of the Duncan Hotel built in 1889 by wealthy Nashville broker William M. Duncan. This massive brick building was trimmed in stone and occupied a fourth of the block on the southeast corner…

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  • Jackson Park Church of Christ, 2002 January

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    A photograph of Jackson Park Church of Christ located at 4103 Gallatin Pike. Originally the address was listed as 4101 Gallatin Road. The congregation was founded in 1932 by 75 members meeting in a ho…

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  • The House of God, 2001 July 14

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    A photograph of a church referred to as the House of God, an African American Pentecostal denomination also known as the Church of the Living God. The full name used on the front entrance signage read…

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  • Ray of Hope Community Church, 2001 November

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    A photograph of Ray of Hope Community Church, formerly Meridian Street Methodist Church, located at 901 Meridian Street in Nashville, Tennessee. The rear part of the building was completed in 1925, wh…

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  • Swift Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 2001 November 17

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    A photograph of Swift Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, formerly Clay Street Christian Church, located at 1926 Tenth Avenue North in Nashville, Tennessee. The foundation is rough cut stone blocks…

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  • Otter Creek Church of Christ, 2001 December

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    A photograph of Otter Creek Church of Christ located at 5253 Granny White Pike in Nashville, Tennessee. The congregation was founded in 1929 with 28 people attending services in a home on Otter Creek…

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  • State penitentiary, Nashville, Tenn., circa 1910

    A postcard of the Tennessee State Penitentiary, located off of Centennial Boulevard in West Nashville. Built in 1897, this structure takes on the appearance of a Gothic castle. At the time of its cons…

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  • First Baptist Church East Nashville, December 2001

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    A photograph of First Baptist Church East Nashville. This African American church was founded in 1866 by the Reverend Randall B. Vandavall, a slave born on March 23, 1832 at Neely's Bend. In the early…

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  • The New Christian Church, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page from a mounted and bound volume of twenty-five pen-and-ink wash drawings, and two pen-and-ink maps of Nashville created by William A. Eichbaum during the 1850s. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • The First Presbyterian Church, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page from a mounted and bound volume of twenty-five pen-and-ink wash drawings, and two pen-and-ink maps of Nashville created by William A. Eichbaum during the 1850s. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, 2001 May

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    A photograph of Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church located at 2624 Morena Street in Nashville, Tennessee. This church is currently listed in the city directory as Ebenezer Community Church. The founda…

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  • The First Baptist Church, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page from a mounted and bound volume of twenty-five pen-and-ink wash drawings, and two pen-and-ink maps of Nashville created by William A. Eichbaum during the 1850s. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • Jordonia United Methodist Church, 2000 October

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    A photograph of Jordonia United Methodist Church located at 4225 Cato Road in Nashville, Tennessee. Built in approximately 1920, this church was nominated for an Architectural Award in the 1975 awards…

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  • The Second Presbyterian Church, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page from a mounted and bound volume of twenty-five pen-and-ink wash drawings, and two pen-and-ink maps of Nashville created by William A. Eichbaum during the 1850s. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • Federal building

    Boucher, Jack E

    Exterior view of the Federal Building, from the south side, showing the fenestration. It is composed of bricks. Two windows have air conditioners. On the roof a statue of a bird [eagle] is visible.

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  • The Hermitage, Nashville, Tenn., 1907

    A postcard showing the front elevation of the Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson located twelve miles from Nashville in Hermitage, Tennessee. The architecture is colonial, the verandas are wide and lon…

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