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.
This etching pictures the front of Tremont House, also known as Tremont Hotel. A scant view of Beacon Street is provided at the right side of the image--the hotel being located at the intersection of Tremont and Beacon Streets. Flavor is provided...
Dozens of chicken pens outside the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp at the Buffalo Springs Game Farm near Rutledge, Tennessee. An individual can be seen checking one of the pens. Several of the camp's cottages can be seen in the background.
The dining area at Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Sam Houston. Multiple tables with place settings are visible. The kitchen and serving area are also visible in the background. The central room heating furnace is also featured.
A wooden sign attached to a carved log post built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in Picket State Park. The sign reads, "Fires Decrease Wealth." A wooden fence can be seen in the background in front of a heavily forested area.