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.
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the north entrance of Crosby Hall in London. The sketch provides details of the doorway and the arch overhead. Included are Strickland's description of the doorway and the hall.
Map depicting major features, especially railroads, present in Tennessee during the Civil War. A large detailed section of Kentucky occupies the top part of the map, and the states surrounding Tennessee receive fringe coverage. Major battle sites...
Military training; Military maneuvers; Military headquarters; Military uniforms; Military rations; Sutlers
Color lithograph of the 1st Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, in camp before the battle of Shiloh. The lithograph is based on a drawing by a soldier in the regiment. Pictured are tents, military equipment, and soldiers involved in various activities,...
British-made Enfield rifle musket with attached bayonet. Lockplate was manufactured at the Tower, London, England. The bayonet was manufactured the United States. The rifle belonged to Amos Griffith. The initials "JA" are carved in the stock.
William Strickland's sketch of the wheel and flange of the Great Western Railway. The sketch shows details of the metalwork used in securing the rails. Dimensions of the various bolts and nuts are shown.
Enfield rifle marked with Tower of London Arsenal insignia and shortened to carbine length. This gun was probably picked up on the battlefield and shortened to carbine length for use by the Confederate Army.