• Tulip Street United Methodist Church, 2000 October

    Historic Nashville, Inc

    A photograph of Tulip Street United Methodist Church located at 522 Russell Street in the Edgefield Historic District in Nashville, Tennessee. The church sits at the corner of South Fifth Street, whic…

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  • Union Station, Nashville, Tennessee, circa 1951

    A postcard of Nashville's Union Station. The former railroad terminal opened in 1900 to serve the passenger operations of the eight railroads then providing passenger service to Nashville, Tennessee.…

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  • The Insane Asylum of Tenn., circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page 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. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • The House of God, 2001 July 14

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    A photograph of a church referred to as the House of God, an African American Pentecostal denomination also known as the Church of the Living God. The full name used on the front entrance signage read…

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  • Tuck-Hinton Architects, 2000 October

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    A photograph of Tuck Hinton Architects office building located at the corner of Elm Street and Fifth Avenue South. Built in 1860, this two-story brick structure in Rutledge Hill was known as Elm Stree…

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  • State penitentiary, Nashville, Tenn., circa 1910

    A postcard of the Tennessee State Penitentiary, located off of Centennial Boulevard in West Nashville. Built in 1897, this structure takes on the appearance of a Gothic castle. At the time of its cons…

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  • Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 2001 May

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    A photograph of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Nashville's second-oldest Episcopal church building. This church is located at 615 Sixth Avenue South. The congregation was founded in 1852 as a free chu…

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  • Scarritt Tower, of Scarritt College for Christian Workers, Nashville, Tennessee, 1928 October 21

    A photograph of Scarritt Tower, of Scarritt College for Christian Workers, October 21, 1928. Located on Nineteenth Avenue South, in Nashville, Tennessee, Scarritt College came to Nashville from Kentuc…

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  • Nashville, looking northeast from Scarritt Tower, 1928 October

    A photographic view looking northeast from Scarritt Tower, of Scarritt College for Christian Workers, October 21, 1928. Located on Nineteenth Avenue South, in Nashville, Tennessee, Scarritt College ca…

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  • Downtown Presbyterian Church, 2001 January

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    A photograph of the Downtown Presbyterian Church located on the corner of present day Fifth Avenue and Church Street. When the building was first erected in 1849 the streets were called Summer Street…

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  • Russell Street Church of Christ, 2001 March

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    A photograph of Russell Street Church of Christ located at 819 Russell Street in Nashville, Tennessee. During the time this survey was taken, the building was not in use and under renovation. The arch…

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  • Zion Christian Center, 2001 December

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    A photograph of the former Belmont Baptist Church, now Hope Center located at 2415 Twelfth Avenue South in Nashville, Tennessee. This church was erected in 1906 on the corner of 12th Avenue South and…

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  • The Tower, Scarritt College, Nashville, Tennessee, between 1928 and 1947

    A postcard of the Tower at the Scarritt Bennett College for Christian Workers in Nashville, Tennessee. The original conference, retreat and educational center was originally Scarritt Bible and Trainin…

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  • Nashville Tennessee, a city of fine churches, between 1930 and 1945

    A postcard of five churches of different denominations located in downtown Nashville. In the upper left is McKendree Methodist Church. In the lower left is the Cathedral of the Incarnation. In the cen…

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  • The First Presbyterian Church, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page 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. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • The Second Presbyterian Church, circa 1859

    Eichbaum, William A., 1787-1873

    A page 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. Eichbaum was a Nashville booksel…

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  • Tennessee Teachers Credit Union, 2001 May 30

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    A photograph of the Tennessee Teachers Credit Union located at 1400 Eighth Avenue South in Nashville, Tenn. The building originally was constructed as a church for the South End Methodist Episcopal co…

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  • St. Patrick Catholic Church, 2001 June

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    A photograph of St. Patrick Catholic Church located at 1219 Second Avenue South in Nashville, Tennessee. The church was built in 1890 to serve the mainly Irish neighborhood, and so was named after St…

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  • The tower - Scarritt College for Christian Workers, circa 1930

    A postcard of the tower at Scarritt College for Christian Workers. Located on Nineteenth Avenue South, Scarritt College came to Nashville from Kentucky in 1924 as a training school for women Christian…

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  • Union Station, Nashville, circa 1920

    A postcard of Nashville's Union Station. The former railroad terminal opened in 1900 to serve the passenger operations of the eight railroads then providing passenger service to Nashville, Tennessee.…

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