• C.C.C. workers from Co. 1473 splitting logs at Camp Evan Shelby

    Pickens, James H

    Two Civilian Conservation Corps workers, from Co. 1473, one smoking a cigarette, work with small axes splitting wood at Camp Evan Shelby in Bristol, Tennessee in 1933. this photograph was donated by J…

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  • Typical C.C.C barracks and headquarters, 223rd Co. C.C.C., TVA P-10, Powell Station, Tennessee

    Haslbauer, Otto F

    This photograph provides a view of the facilities of the Civilian Conservation Corps camp of the 223rd Company, TVA P-10, in Powell Station, Tennessee. It includes the typical C.C.C barracks and headq…

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  • Tennessee

    Cottrell, Andrew C

    This is a painting by Andrew C. Cottrell from Arthur, Tennessee. It shows a man gathering berries underneath two trees. A myriad of woodland creatures surround him. There is heavy foliage falling from…

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  • Grist mill in Washington County, Tennessee

    This photograph is titled, "Grist Mill in Washington County, Tennessee".The picture shows four men and one woman standing beneath the frozen water of a grist mill in Washington County, Tennessee. The…

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  • 1924 Dayton football team

    Photograph of teh 1924 football team in Dayton, Tennessee. John T. Scopes was the coach and is shown in the photograph with the football team.

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  • Monument to Sam Davis, Confederate Hero - Pulaski, Tenn. - 1-2-164

    This photograph is titled, "Monument to Sam Davis, Confederate Hero - Pulaski, Tenn. - 1-2-164". It is a picture of the Sam Davis memorial in Pulaski, Tenn.

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  • Women's Christian Temperance Union

    A 4th of July parade float from the Women's Christian Temperance Union in Bemis, Tennessee.

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  • Mill at Loyston, Tenn. before being moved to site below Norris Dam

    Frykholm, C

    This is a photograph of the mill in Loyston, Tenn. before being moved to site below Norris Dam. Loyston was flooded by the T.V.A. dam.

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  • Memphis Levee

    Poland, Clifford Hoyte, 1882-1939

    A view of the Mississippi River from a levee in Memphis, Tennessee.

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  • Lick Creek bridge in Decatur County, Tennessee.

    This photograph is titled, "Lick Creek Bridge in Decater County, Tennessee". The picture is a view from underneath the bridge over Lick Creek in Decatur, Tennessee.

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  • Beehive from Knox County, Tennessee

    Baker, Tom

    "Unusual Bee Hive", made by Tom Baker of Knox County in the 1890's , a wooden box with a notched entrance

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  • Varsity Football Team, 1934

    Middle Tennessee State University

    Charles Gene Sarver, a guard on this team, won five dollars in a contest naming the team the "Raiders" after the Colgate Red Raiders. Since State Teachers College team colors were blue and white, the…

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  • Refugees at Camp Crump

    Memphians at Camp Crump, a temporary relief shelter, after the flood of 1912 which forced them out of their homes. This is a group photo of 37 unnamed African American men from the camp, shown in back…

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  • Copeland Refrigeration

    Poland, Clifford Hoyte, 1882-1939

    An exhibition at the 1931 Mid-South Fair in Memphis, Tennessee. This particular stand is selling electric refrigerators by Copeland.

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  • Memphis Flood of 1912

    Coovert, J. C

    Looking north on 2nd St. from Mill St. One of a series of photographs of the 1912 Memphis flood taken by J.C. Coovert.

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  • Mailman

    The photograph shows Will A. Woods, an RFD carrier, or mailman, delivering mail in a buggy. The caption below explains that he used a road cart when the weather caused the roads to be bad.

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  • House and grounds, C.C.C. Co. 496 in Lexington, Tennessee

    Hart, Walter R

    This photograph shows the house and grounds of Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 496 in Lexington, Tennessee. The house is in a rural location, with a telephone pole and company name in outlined in…

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  • Buggy stuck in the mud along the Little Tennessee River

    Garner, W. O

    A horse-and-buggy is stuck in the mud along the Little Tennessee River. There is a child sitting in the trunk and a mother's arm holding on to her. The caption on back reads, "A road washed out along…

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  • Church Street Looking North

    A photograph of Murfreesboro, Tennessee that depicts the damage done by the 1913 tornado to Church Street (looking South).

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  • Memphis Flood of 1912

    Coovert, J. C

    African-American Memphians on the levee during the flood. One of a series of photographs of the 1912 Memphis flood taken by photographer J.C. Coovert.

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