Four men, three of them American American, load and unload goods at a river landing. The men are using a gangplank to access the riverboat. One man holds chickens and a package in his hand. A riverboat captain stands in the background.
African-American woman with her hand on a young child's head. Both are cleanly dressed but barefoot. The young child is positioned behind her toy high chair, smiling into the camera. The woman seems to be squinting or frowning.
Four African-American men relax on the deck of a riverboat. The man in front wears blue jeans, vest, coat, and boots. The man in back wears overalls and a plaid shirt. Visible in the background are stacked wooden boxes.
Advertisement for a lecture by three-term governor Bob Taylor to be held at the Opera House. A publicity photo of Taylor occupies most of the space, with the notation that the event is produced under the exclusive direction of the Rice Bureau.
Broadsides; announcements; pancakes & waffles; sausages; coffee; fund raising
Broadside advertising an "Aunt Jemima Pancake and Tennessee Pride Sausage Supper" sponsored in support of Meharry Medical College by the Meharry Wives Club. Included is a list of the donors who supplied the food.
Broadside program for a dinner honoring Samuel Langhorne Clemens (aka Mark Twain) featuring a steamship's wheel with the titles of Twain's writings, images of steamships, a writer's quill, and a photograph of Twain with a "Lotos" flower. It also...
General stores; Inclined planes; Laborers; Waterfronts; Barrels; City & town life; African Americans
Town along the river is featured with two African-American workers rolling barrels along a loading ramp. William A. Lueders General Merchandise Store, storage barn, and other buildings appear in the background. The William A. Lueders General...
Horse-drawn carriage travelling past stone monuments on Kelly Field in Chickamauga National Military Park. Closest statue commemorates the 7th Virginia Infantry.; The reverse side lists the postcard as "no. 2176, Chattanooga, Tenn."