• Copy photograph of United Confederate Veterans of Hamblen County

    These Confederate veterans were from the the W. B. Tate UCV Camp from the Hamblen County area.

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  • West End School in Morristown, Tennessee

    1 tif. The West End School in Morristown, Tennessee. The school architecturally is a variation on collegiate gothic, and fenced off from the wide road in front. The school appears to be in the residen…

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  • United Confederate Veteran's reunion ribbon and pin

    UCV reunion ribbon and pin from W. B. Tate Camp, No. 725. The ribbon belonged to Capt. Daniel Hoge Bruce, Co. A, 51st Va. Inf. Regt., CSA. The badge was manufactured by The Whitehead & Hoag Co. of New…

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  • Cardwell, Donald Eugene

    United States. Army; Pioneer Infantry; 61st Regiment; Company I White

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  • Mayor William Byrd Whittaker

    Black and white studio portrait of William Byrd Whittaker, Mayor of Morristown, Tennessee, 1915-1916.

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  • Allen, Tip Mark

    United States. Army; Infantry; 30th Division; 117th Regiment; Company D White

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  • Blackwell, William Frederick

    United States. Army; 10th Training Battalion; Company 38 White

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  • Western Military Institute button

    Western Military Institute (WMI) cadet button from a kepi. WMI was located in Nashville, Tennessee.

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  • South Carolina state seal button

    South Carolina state seal button recovered from Gen. James Longstreet's Confederate camp near Bull's Gap, Tennessee.

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  • Bushong, William

    United States. Army; Infantry; 11th Regiment; Company C White

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  • Red Cross ladies

    1 tif. A group portrait of ten women who assisted the Red Cross in World War I. The women wear long white dresses with large pockets and wide lapels, and don white bonnets with the red cross insignia…

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  • Tennessee state seal button

    Tennessee state seal button recovered from Gen. James Longstreet's Confederate camp near Bull's Gap, Tennessee.

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  • Hamblen County Courthouse

    This photograph is of the Hamblen County Courthouse in downtown Morristown, Tennessee around the turn of the 20th century.

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  • Hasson-Bryan hardware store

    1 tif. A photograph of the Morristown Hasson-Bryan Hardware store. Four men stand in the aisle of the store, and the long store's walls are lined with shelves full of hardware. Visible in the photogra…

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  • Morristown power plant

    1 tif. A framed photograph of the Power House, Industrial Home in Morristown Tennessee. The powerhouse was located off of a road with power lines, and is crudely fenced from the street. It features on…

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  • Carte de visite of Lewis Garrett's daughter

    Image taken at Jenkins' Photographic Establishment in Morristown (Tenn.)

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  • Flood in Morristown, Tennessee

    This photograph is titled, "Flood in Morristown, Tennessee". Written on the reverse side, "Morristown's Main St flood July 1963. Rescue Squad boat in front of Princess Theaterr. Turkey Creek at this t…

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  • Main Street in Morristown, Tennessee

    This is a photograph of Main Street in Morristown, Tennessee before it was paved around the turn of the 20th century. Verso side reads: 1904-1906. Main Street looking East from the corner of Henry Str…

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  • Bewley, Jesse Allison

    United States. Army; Infantry; 8th Regiment; Headquarters Company White

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  • City Hall in Morristown, Tennessee

    This building served as the Morristown City Hall from 1906 until 1931. Verso side reads: Morristown, Tennessee; City Hall, 1906-1931. Also served as a fire station. The firewagon and horses were in th…

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