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    • Tammany Hall, New York City

    • Awards; Rewards of Merit; Political parties; Partisan politics; Political organizations; Political patronage; Municipal government
    • A pen and ink drawing of Tammany Hall in New York City. The three-story building is located on a street corner. The inscription reads: "Tammany Hall, New York City, where Andrew Jackson attended a public dinner on February 23, 1819. Collection of...
    • Baltimore City Assembly Room and Library

    • Banquet halls; Banquets; Private libraries; Awards
    • A pen and ink drawing of the Baltimore City Assembly Room. Shows a large two-story Georgian building. On the roof is an American flag. The caption reads: "City Assembly Room and Library, Baltimore, Md., where a banquet was given Andrew Jackson,...
    • Judge Dominick Hall's Court

    • Buildings
    • Drawing of the building on Royal Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, that served as the courtroom where General Andrew Jackson was tried for contempt of court in April 1815. He was fined $1,000 by Judge Dominick Hall.
    • Martin College, Pulaski, Tenn.

    • Buildings; Universities & colleges; Martin College (Pulaski, Tenn.)
    • Colorized photograph of graduates and other students standing in front of Martin College. Green one-cent George Washington postal stamp is glued on upside down on message side. Handwritten note, "Can you find Lizzie Grey on this?".
    • Independence Hall

    • Capitols; Government facilities
    • The image is of a reddish hue and pictures Independence Hall in Philadelphia. The text indicates that this is where Andrew Jackson represented Tennessee from 1796 to 1798 as Congressman and Senator. The print was inspired by an image from the...
    • Andrew Jackson's private coach

    • Carriages & coaches; Stagecoaches
    • This etching shows the private coach of Andrew Jackson as it appeared to Bernardt Wall on his visit to the Hermitage Farm, as he called the property. The door, to the coach, is open and the steps are down. This drawing was made available through...
    • City Hotel, New York

    • Celebrations; Balls (Parties); Hotels; Streets
    • Etching of the City Hotel, New York, where a grand ball was given for General Jackson on February 22, 1819. This item is a part of the New York Historical Society collections.
    • Tennessee Centennial Ride

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Events; Festivals; Fairs; Amusement rides; Exhibition buildings
    • Photograph featuring the Giant See-Saw, a very popular attraction located in the midway of Vanity Fair at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. This shot taken from a nearby hill shows Spain's Palace of Illusions (Mirror Maze) on the left and the...
    • History Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Events; Festivals; Fairs; Exhibition buildings
    • Photograph of the History Building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Shows the six majestic columns at the front of the building.
    • Illinois Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Exhibition buildings; Festivals; Fairs; Anniversaries
    • Black and white photograph of the Illinois Building, located at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee. In the foreground is a lake.
    • Negro Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Exhibition buildings; Festivals; Fairs; Anniversaries
    • Black and white photograph of the Negro Building, located at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee. In front of the building is Lake Watauga.
    • Memphis-Shelby County Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Fairs; Exhibition buildings; Commercialism; Pyramids
    • Black and white photograph of the Memphis-Shelby County building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The building is in the shape of a pyramid. Surrounding the building are Egyptian columns.
    • Cyclorama of the Battle of Gettysburg

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Fairs; Exhibition buildings; Historical reenactments; Circular buildings
    • Black and white photograph of the Cyclorama of the Battle of Gettysburg at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Shows the front entrance of the building. The building was a circular structure.

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