• Union Station

    Patterson, R. S

    Looking east down Broadway. The main entrance of Union Station can be seen on the right.

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  • Unidentified men dressed as a clowns

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Portrait of two unidentified men dressed as clowns.

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  • Union Street, looking east from 4th Avenue

    Poole, Rodney, 1837-1921

    Union Street, looking east from 4th Avenue, showing shop of Miss A. E. Floersh Dress and Cloak Maker, Mrs. J. Kennelly Millinery, Aurora Oil Store, Giers' Photo Gallery, Larcombe's Rock City Photograp…

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  • Mrs. J. C. Lee

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Portrait of Mrs. J. C. Lee, Nashville, Tenn., 1900

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  • Front facade of Grassmere

    Photograph of the Croft house at Grassmere, showing the front façade of the house.

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  • White, Sam Leo

    United States. Army; Infantry; 30th Division; 119th Regiment; Company E White

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  • Earls, Eugene

    United States. Army; Infantry; 61st Regiment; Company D White

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  • Military board marching in 1942 Army Day Parade

    Tennessee State Guard, 1941-1947

    Army Day Parade in front of the Tennessee State Capitol. This event featured the 2nd Tennessee Infantry on parade in downtown Nashville. Many people are lining the street watching the marchers as they…

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  • J. A. Sharpe

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Young boy, J. A. Sharpe, in a wool suit.

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  • Photograph of a young African American boy on horse

    Photograph of a young African American boy on a horse at Grassmere. "Milton on Beauty" and "7/10/05" are written on the reverse of the photograph.

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  • Thomas Cooke

    Schleier, T. M. (Theodore M.)

    Lt. Thomas B. Cooke, Nelson Artillery, posed in Civil War uniform. He is seated and holding a hat in one hand. Killed at the Battle of Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863.

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  • Frith, Thomas R.

    United States. Army; Infantry; 16th Regiment White

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  • Elise Croft and Doug Cotton with horses at Grassmere

    Black and white photograph of Elise Croft and Doug Cotton standing near the back porch of Grassmere with two horses and a dog. A large barn and pastures are visible in the background.

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  • Girl in hat

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Copy negative of a portrait of a young girl wearing a hat with arm draped over [rock]. This photo was taken for H.P. Fowler.

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  • J. C. Cawood

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Portrait of J. C. Cawood in masonic attire. Identified through portrait of him in ""Tennesseans"" (Evansville, IN: Speed Publishing, 1902), 27. Grand Master, Knights Templar, 1875.

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  • Willam Walker

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    William Walker (1824-1860) portrait with captions about William Walker and his birthplace and image of the brick house where he was born. Nashville-born President of Nicaragua, executed by the Hondura…

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  • 73rd General Assembly, Senate

    Tooley-Myron Studios

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  • Thomas Maupin with Daniel and Dan Rothwell at Ryman Auditorium

    Dixon, Dean

    Champion buckdancer Thomas Maupin of Murfreesboro dances on the stage of the Ryman Auditorium accompanied by his grandson Daniel Rothwell (seated, playing banjo) and son-in-law Dan Rothwell (with guit…

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  • Davidson County, Tennessee, 1907

    Detailed map from US Geological Survey data showing color-coded civil districts, locations of residences, roads, schools, churches, stores, historical community names, and a host of other economic and…

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  • Booklet for the Junior-Senior Prom at Fisk University

    Fisk University

    Uniquely shaped booklet for the Junior-Senior Prom at Fisk University, owned by William Henry Fort, Jr. The event took place at 7:00 P.M on Saturday, May 14, 1927 at Jubilee Hall. The booklet includes…

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