• Man hauling bags in a steamboat

    African-American man caries a heavy cloth bag of unidentified goods, possibly peanuts, on his back. Behind him another man carries the same. Rows of cloth bags and barrels of goods are pictured.

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  • Confectionery

    Saltzman, T.F

    Benjamin T. Johnson and Company Confectionery in Nashville, Tennessee, possibly on Union Street. The Union Saloon is next door. Shows men standing on the sidewalk and large barrels and a wagon out fro…

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  • Tobacco Hogshead

    A Tobacco hogshead from an early Greenville, Tennessee tobacco warehouse. A tobacco hogshead was used to transport and store tobacco. Beside and above the hogshead are other assorted barrels and bucke…

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  • Barrels of a still

    Garner, William Orland, 1858-1940

    Shows five wooden barrels sitting on wooden planks; there is also a small wooden bucket.

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  • Wildcat still, outside view

    Garner, William Orland, 1858-1940

    Shows a wooden building, not very substantial, with an open door and barrels visible inside. There are trees in the foreground and background.

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  • Tobacco Hogshead

    A Tobacco hogshead from an early Greenville, Tennessee tobacco warehouse. A tobacco hogshead was used to transport and store tobacco. Beside and above the hogshead are other assorted barrels and bucke…

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  • Workers roll barrels in shadow of general store

    Town along the river is featured with two African-American workers rolling barrels along a loading ramp. William A. Lueders General Merchandise Store, storage barn, and other buildings appear in the b…

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  • Unit designation sign for military police painted on metal drums

    Ammons, Christopher D., 1948

    Fifty-five gallon metal drums are painted with the unit designation "61st MP Det. Security" representing the 61st Military Police Detachment attached to the signal station at Vung Chua. The unit was o…

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