• Atlas of the city of Nashville 1908. [Plate 02B]

    1 map; 58 x 75 cm. A plat map of downtown Nashville, Tennessee, originally published in 1908 by G. M. Hopkins Company, showing the various buildings, landscapes, acreage, and street routes for several…

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  • Railroad workers' strike ends, 1955 May 09

    A photograph of picketers holding the Nashville Banner newspaper's morning extra announcing the settlement of the 57-day-old strike of Louisville & Nashville and Nashville Chattanooga & Saint Louis ra…

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  • Nashville Bridge Company aerial view, 1960 January 19

    A photograph of an aerial view of the Nashville Bridge Company with the Shelby Street Bridge and downtown Nashville, Tennessee, in the background. The company was started in 1902 by Arthur J. Dyer, wh…

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  • William A. Eichbaum Sketchbook, cover, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    The front cover 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. Drawings consist of pro…

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  • New Hall Intermediaries, 2001 January 04

    Historic Nashville, Inc

    A photograph of New Hall Intermediaries, an insurance office, located at 1230 Second Avenue South in Nashville, Tennessee. This building was constructed in 1873 by Morton Howell after he purchased the…

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  • Atlas of the city of Nashville 1908. [Plate 12B]

    1 map; 58 x 75 cm. A plat map of downtown Nashville, Tennessee, originally published in 1908 by G. M. Hopkins Company, showing the various buildings, landscapes, acreage, and street routes for several…

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  • B&W Cafeteria announces it is closing, 1976 November 10

    A photograph of the B & W Cafeteria on Sixth Avenue North, Nashville Tennessee. The cafeteria was started by Fred R. Webber, Sr. around 1930. Sixth Avenue was a business hub in the late 1930s and 1940…

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