Coin purse (from the First National Bank of Camden, Tennessee) that belonged to Willis Crawford Rushing (1826-1916). Rushing was a Civil War veteran living in Benton County in 1897. He used the coin purse to carry bullets.
Monuments; Sculpture; Plazas; Automobiles; Business districts
Confederate soldier outfitted in full uniform and holding his rifle stands atop shaft of granite in a corner of the Dyersburg Courthouse Square. Background consists of Courthouse yard, cars, and downtown storefronts, with people on the sidewalk.
Confederate soldier with poised rifle is positioned atop the Confederate Monument at Murfreesboro. The background of the image is occupied by the Rutherford County Courthouse, fronted by 1950s-1960s era automobiles and parking meters.
Two letters of correspondence between Mrs. John Trotwood Moore and her cousin, Susie Gentry. The first item of correspondence is from Susie Gentry to Mary Daniel Moore, written from Franklin, Tennessee, on May 28, 1934. In her correspondence,...