This photograph shows Beautiful Jim Key's performance tent. The sign reads, "Most wonderful horse in the world, Beautiful Jim Key"" Another sign is also visible, which reads, " ticket office - Beautiful Jim Key - The Educated Horse.""
Key, William, -- 1833-1909; Beautiful Jim Key (Horse); Humane education -- Case studies -- History -- United States; Horses -- Case studies -- Training -- History -- United States; Horse trainers -- Case studies -- History -- United States
This photograph shows Beautiful Jim Key's performance tent and a crowd of visitors. The sign reads, ""The Most Wonderful Horse in the World! Beautiful Jim Key Arabian-Hambletonian Hundred Thousand DollarEquine Wonder
Excerpts from a diary, 1834-1865, and memoir of early life, written by Jesse Cox (1793-1879), a Primitive Baptist minister and resident of Williamson County, Tennessee. He describes the hardships of life as an itinerant preacher, some religious...
Motion pictures; Dating (Social custom); Couples; Ticket offices
Cover lithograph shows a gentleman trying to encourage his lady friend to go with him to the 5 cent moving pictures. She stands with her back to him in an unhappy pose. The ticket booth is between them.