Summary of 1912 health report for Gallatin written by the City Health Officer, Dr. W. N. Lackey. The report statistically addresses mortality rates and births and provides a partial breakdown by sex, race, and age. It examines causes of death,...
Broadsides; Announcements; Handbills; Fliers (printed matter); Flags; Military standards
Announcement of fund-raising fiddling and banjo picking contest to raise money for the Leonidas Polk Bivouac No. 3, and William Henry Trousdale Camp No. 495 of Confederate Veterans and for "indigent and decrepit Confederate Soldiers." There is...
Small broadside announcing that it shall be a misdemeanor for any person to be drunk on the public square, on the street, or in any public place. Fine not to exceed $50.00. Endorsed by Mayor J.M. Wilson and Clerk W.C. Morgan.
Advertisement for a lecture by three-term governor Bob Taylor to be held at the Opera House. A publicity photo of Taylor occupies most of the space, with the notation that the event is produced under the exclusive direction of the Rice Bureau.
Small flyer advertising the showing of "Forty Days a King," the coronation festivities of George V of Great Britain, presented by the Kinemacolor Company in America. There is a photograph of the Coronation carriage.
Broadsides; Handbills; Fliers (printed matter); Posters; Public speaking
Broadside with "Speaking!!" written in broad letters. The text states: "Joe E. Williams, the Colored Orator of Nashville, and Capt. Towner, of Marshall County, will speak at Fayetteville Next Saturday Night. All are Invited!"