Three men stand inside a cave; a dilapidated wooden pen can be seen in front of the cave opening. Two of the men appear to be producer Jesse Lasky and his son. The third man, whose identity is not given, appears to be wearing a hat.
Presumed birthplace of President Andrew Johnson in Raleigh, North Carolina. Johnson is said to have been born in this house on December 29, 1809, at its original location on Fayetteville Street. In 1909, the Colonial Dames of America purchased...
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.
Angled view of the front and side of an unidentified frame farmhouse. The house is a two-story I-house with a one-story ell. The frame is covered with weatherboard. There is a covered porch on the front facade of the house.
A waterfront view showing three African American men. One man sits at the edge of the river near a mule-powered ferry. The second man is on the ferry with two mules. The third man sits above the bank on a cliff. Rocks, driftwood and a large iron...
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.
A simple log cabin is depicted. According to the text, the home is The Hermitage of Andrew Jackson, built in 1804. The print was inspired by an image from the collection of the Ladies' Hermitage Association in Nashville, Tennessee.