• The House of God, 2001 July 14

    Historic Nashville, Inc

    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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  • Saint Ann's Catholic Church, circa 2001

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    A photograph of Saint Ann's Catholic Church located at 5101 Charlotte Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. The parish was founded in 1917 as Saint Peter's Catholic Mission. In these early days the congrega…

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  • St. Cecelia Academy. Nashville, Tenn., 1906

    A postcard of St. Cecelia Academy, a private, all-girls Roman Catholic high school founded in 1860 by the Dominican Sisters. This building is located in North Nashville at Eighth Avenue North and Clay…

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  • Jubilee Hall, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., between 1915 and 1930

    A postcard of Jubilee Hall at Fisk University. Completed in 1876, this was the first permanent building erected for the higher education of African Americans in the United States. The six story struct…

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  • St. Bernard Convent, 2002 January

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    A photograph of St. Bernard Convent and Academy, a private Catholic girls' school located on Hillsboro Road in the Green Hills neighborhood. The school was started by the Sisters of Mercy who came to…

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  • Memorial Chapel, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., circa 1930

    A postcard of The Fisk Memorial Chapel on the campus of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. The chapel was built in 1892 by means of a legacy from General Clinton B. Fisk, (for whom the Universit…

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