• Tennessee State Fair

    This photograph is titled, "Tennessee State Fair".The picture shows a large display of fruits (apples and others?) at the Tennessee State Fair in 1920. The fruits were arranged by color to spell out "…

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  • Vanderbilt vs. Michigan football poster

    This print heralded the first game at Dudley Field, Vanderbilt's new football statium, on October 14, 1922. It proclaimed this game as the "South's Greatest Spectacle" for which seats were selling fas…

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  • Come on to Nashville, Tennessee

    Donaldson, Walter, 1893-1947

    The cover of sheet music to a popular romantic song in which a young man tries to convince a girl to visit his family in Nashville, Tennessee. The cover shows the couple hurrying to make the train to…

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  • Gus in Alfred Jackson's cabin

    Thuss, A. J

    A black and white photograph of Alfred Jackson's son Gus with two yet to be indentified descendents of Alfred in the south room of Alfred's Cabin. Gus is seated in a rocking chair at left while a youn…

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  • Lost Highway: The Music and Legend of Hank Williams

    Print advertising a tribute show at the Ryman Auditorium celebrating the work of Hank Williams entitled "Lost Highway: The Music and Legend of Hank Williams." The show ran for two years (1996-1998?).

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  • Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys, Stars of the WSM Grand Ole Opry

    Copies of this print were used to promote Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys when they did shows outside of the Grand Ole Opry.

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  • Alfred Jackson at the first Hermitage

    Sturdevant, E. K

    Photograph of Alfred Jackson, former slave of President Andrew Jackson. Alfred lies in the grass in front of the original Hermitage, a log structure fallen into disrepair.

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  • Clarksville Speedway Stock Car Races

    bold, colorful poster advertising speedway racing in Clarksville

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  • Tennessee State Fair

    This photograph is titled, "Tennessee State Fair".The picture shows a large display of fruits (apples and others?) at the Tennessee State Fair in 1920. The fruits were arranged by color to spell out "…

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  • 30 Years after Nashville Skyline: Bob Dylan and His Band

    Poster for a concert by Bob Dylan at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium on Feb 6 1999, Special guests Brian Setzer and his orchestra. The ticket cost was $25.

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  • WSM Grand Ole Opry

    "Coming Soon Stars of WSM Grand Ole Opry in person" used for when the opry stars went on tour

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  • Carter Family

    Sherraden, Jim

    This was carved for a CD design, MCA re-releasing old Decca artists. This cover design has not apparently been published as of this writing.

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  • Hermitage, by Strickland

    Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.)

    Colored lithograph of the Hermitage with a road in the foreground lined with a picket fence on the backside along which a white couple, nicely dressed, are talking to a slave man and his children. On…

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  • Bass Street Relief Concert

    Poster for a relief concert at Jackson Hall of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center featuring Chet Atkins, Roseanne Cash, New Grass Revival, Steve Wariner, Nashville Bluegrass Band, and Tracy Nelson.…

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  • Tennessee Gentleman, Andrew Jackson

    Earl, Ralph Eleaser Whiteside, approximately 1785-1838

    "Tennessee Gentleman". Full-length portrait of Andrew Jackson. Wearing a black suit and a straw top hat on head with wide black band. Standing, weight on right foot, left knee slightly bent, right elb…

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