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.
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.
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 a double clapboard siding, shake 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.
Newspaper clipping requesting donations to pay off the $12,500 mortgage of the farm purchased by the Nashville Rotary Club and presented to Alvin York for his exploits in World War I. It encourages everyone to make a donation to York, declaring...
School buses; Vehicles; Transportation; Buildings; Schools
A passenger bus labeled "Tennessee School For The Deaf." It is parked in front of the Administration Building on the campus of the school. It is an all-steel, 28-passenger Wayne body on an International chassis, acquired for the school by its...
Interior image of the Union Gospel Tabernacle including the audience and the Theodore Thomas Orchestra performing at a benefit staged by the Ladies' Hermitage Association to fund the preservation of The Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson.
Image card featuring 67 leaders of the Confederate Army including Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Leonidas Polk, A. S. Johnston, Nathan Bedford Forrest, and many others. Text below reads, "Confederate Chiefs." Each image is...
The document is a four page, unnumbered handwritten document found in "Acts of the Southwest Territory." It is dated September 27, 1794 and signed by Governor William Blount and Secretary David Wilson.