African Americans; School children; Students; Teenagers; Vaccinations; Preventive medicine
Seven African American boys and girls of varying ages display their vaccinations as they stand outdoors against a building. It is assumed that the building is the Fosterville Colored School. Sepia tone.
View of two women who are outdoors watching a baby in a crib. Also shown is a clothesline with two quilts/blankets at the side of a house where a tub sits to collect water. A bed spring can be seen leaning against the house.
Historic buildings; Historic sites; Flags; Flagpoles; Military standards; Hotels
Certificate issued to Ernest N. Haston, a long-serving Tennessee Secretary of State, recognizing financial support and making him a member of the Association committed to restoring the Fort Donelson House. An image at the top of the certificate...
Houses; Thatched roof buildings; Chimneys; Country life; Outbuildings
View of a double clapboard siding, thatched-roof house with chimneys on each end which shows a sparsely planted yard with one lone tree devoid of leaves and one small outbuilding in the rear. A ladder can be seen on the roof.
Shows multiple mail boxes attached to a pole on the street with a cola advertisement printed on a concrete block. Several homes appear behind the mail boxes as well as trees that have lost their leaves.
Large Butterfly quilt hanging from a clothesline. The quilt has alternating blocks of light and dark green set on point, so they appear as diamonds. A butterfly with brown-and-tan-checked wings is appliqued within each light green square.
This postwar photograph of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was made by the Boude and Miley Studio. It is signed "Regards from Harry B. Hawes" in the lower right corner. Hawes represented Missouri in the U.S. House of Representatives (1921-1926) and...