• Scottish Rite Temple, Nashville, Tenn., between 1915 and 1925

    A postcard of the Scottish Rite Temple, also known as the Masonic Temple, located at the corner of Seventh Avenue and Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee (100 Seventh Avenue North). The building's corner…

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  • Castle Hall, Joel A. Battle Lodge, K.P. Nashville, Tenn., circa 1908

    A postcard of Castle Hall, the meeting place for the Joel A. Battle Lodge. Col. Joel A. Battle was a Knight of Pythias, and to show the high esteem in which his brethren of this order held him, severa…

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  • The Odd Fellows Hall, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    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 bookseller and resi…

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  • Masonic Home, Nashville, Tenn., 1908

    A postcard of the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home in Nashville Tennessee. The home was located on White's Creek Pike, six miles north of Nashville. It was established around 1892. Today several surviv…

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  • Broadway Presbyterian Church, 1911

    Historic Nashville, Inc

    A postcard of Broadway Presbyterian Church, located at 1616 West End Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. This church was dedicated on January 11, 1911. The foundation was made of rough cut stone blocks. T…

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  • Nashville in 1854, 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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  • First Masonic Hall, 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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