Recreation hall at the Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Lewis County, Tennessee. Benches line the walls and two table tennis tables can be seen at the far end of the room. Other tables, possibly for cards or other games, can also be seen.
This item was used during the Civil War by John B. W. Bond who was a member of Co. A, 35th Tenn. Inf. (5th Tenn. Regt., Prov. Army Mountain Rifle Regt.), CSA. The item is a combination spoon/fork utensil, and may have been used in the Shelton's...
Education - Tennessee; Education - History - Tennessee; School buildings - Tennessee
Two large brick buildings comprise the campus of Grand Junction School. The two-story structure at right appears to be for classrooms, while the one at left appears to be a gymnasium or field house. A line of people, possibly in caps and gowns,...
Monuments & Memorials; Basilicas; Popes; Domes; Latin cross-plan buildings; Plazas
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the Basilica of St. Peter, Rome. Strickland gives handwritten descriptions and dimensions of the building porticoes. He describes the dome as being "decidedly ugly."
Wooden stick, possibly for measuring powder charges, inscribed with "George Norman Caswell Artillery", a Nashville, Tennessee, unit that served with Gen. Felix Zollicoffer at Mill Springs, Kentucky, and "January 12, 1862"