A dozen or more Confederate soldiers of Brigadier General William E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker church during the Battle of Antietam.
A log cabin residence with small surrounding log buildings is pictured. The area is rural and fenced in. People are scattered about and a man on a horse is pictured. The postcard is a photograph of a sketch or a print. Sepia tone.
Churches; Presbyterian churches; Religious facilities; Religious dwellings
A pen and ink drawing of the Hermitage Church. Shows a one-room building with double doors used to separate the sexes. A chimney is set between the two front doors. A man stands in front of the entrance.
Because of the "demoralized condition of the negro population and the disorganized state of society," people resolved to create a home guard to protect the law-abiding [white] citizens and their interests. The resolution included rules and...
Broadside advertising "Lecture on the Science of Love in Courtship and Marriage" by Prof. H. Foster Smith at the Methodist Church at a cost of 25 cents for adults and 15 cents for children. The advertisement offers phrenological charts for $2 and...
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.
Confederate soldiers of Brigadier General Wililam E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker Church during the Battle of Antietam.
Confederate soldiers of Brigadier William E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker church during the Battle of Antietam. The lower left corner is torn and stained.
Confederate veterans' reunion at New Friendship Church in Henderson County (now Chester County), Tennessee. The children of Allen Kincaid Jones and young people with musical instruments are included in the image.
Correspondence; Fathers; Children; Families; Mothers; Civil Wars; War
Correspondence from Mary Guthrie Latta to her husband, Samiel R. Latta. In this four-page letter, she expresses concern for the safety of her husband. She states that she is "beginning to feel the terrible realities of war in earnest now."
Correspondence; Children; Families; Mothers; Spouses; Civil Wars; War
Correspondence from Mary Guthrie Latta to her husband, Samuel R. Latta. This four-page letter provides information about the homelife of Mary Guthrie Latta since her husband's departure. She states that the family "is getting along as well and...
Cover of a program announcing "Presbyterian Day" on October 28, 1897, at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The center of the program features an image of a log cabin, and each corner of the program has the names of persons associated with the...