Document detailing discharge of John M. Vance, Private, of Captain William J. Cleveland's Company A, 1st Regiment of Tennessee Mounted Infantry. Vance was discharged at Carthage, Tennessee, at the expiration of his term of service.
Four unidentified men standing on a gravel road. Two are looking out at the Wolf Forks area; a third has a camera on a tripod, and the fourth is facing the camera. There is a "road closed" sign on the left and the front end of an automobile on the...
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Front and side views of a white wood frame schoolhouse on a concrete foundation. It has a covered front porch and multiple windows along the side. Two outbuildings and a pile of lumber can be seen in the background.
Mr. and Mrs. Patton, proprietors, pictured in front of the Sampson Sanitarium. Sign indicates services of the sanitarium include mineral baths, swedish massage, diet, and general physiotherapy. Black and white image. Card no. 7170.
Seven unidentified persons (three women and four men). According to information attached to photograph one of the men is Jesse Louis Lasky and another is his son, William Raymond Lasky. The older man in double-breasted suit is probably the senior...
Shadowbox containing an assortment of bullets and buttons. Included are pistol bullets, rifle balls, buckshot, and buttons from military uniforms. Of particular interest is an 1845 Henry Clay campaign button.
Six unidentified persons (three women, one of whom appears to be wearing jodhpurs, and three men) standing on the broad front porch of a large, white, two-story frame home with large chimneys at each end of the building.