Photograph of Daisy Ryman Coggins and Pearl Ryman Coggins, daughters of Thomas Green Ryman. Text on the back of the photograph states that Daisy's Ward Seminary diploma was made out to Marguerite Ryman, although she was always called "Daisy." The...
Street railroads; Cable railroads; Streets; Grocery stores; Houses; Broadsides
Streetcar on Buchanan Street; also shows J.A. Maxey Grocery. Rear of streetcar has broadsides for "Baseball Today" and "Hear Carmack on Temperance, Ryman Auditorium." Two children in hats stand outside the grocery. Several houses can be seen in...
Veterans; Portrait photographs; Military standards; Flagpoles; Daggers & swords; Dogs
Confederate veteran John B. Kennedy is seated outdoors surrounded by his saber, his canteen, his cane, and a small dog. The flag of his regiment, the 3rd Tennessee Infantry, hangs on a pole behind him.
Photograph of Nicholson family in front of their home. The house was built by Dion Boone Nicholson. Seated, left to right: William Frederich Nicholson and Martha Warren Duak. Standing, left to right: Mrs. Hall and Carney Jones.
5th Tenn. Confederate Veterans. The photograph was taken in front of the Confederate Memorial in Paris, Tennessee. An inscription on the back lists the following individuals: "Top row: A. H. Hancock, J. W. Bowden, Pack Orr, J. Watt Allen, Jack...
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.
Bedroom in the home of Susie Gentry in Franklin, Tennessee. A canopy bed can be seen. A Swamp Lily patterned quilt is on the bed. There is a chair visible at the foot of the bed and a small night table at its head.
Miss Susie Gentry posing in front of a matte painting of stairs. She wears a bustle dress, has a feathered hair accessory, and holds a fan possibly made of lace. One of her shoes is visible below her dress.