Excerpt of a video interview with Sue K. Hicks in which he remembers William Jennings Bryan telling he and his brother, Herbert, that they would probably live long enough to see whether or not evolution is true.
Excerpt of a video interview with Sue K. Hicks in which he talks about how William Bryan Jennings, nephew of William Jennings Bryan, helped him get a position in Florida after the Scopes Trial was over.
Circular featuring testimonials of "Gum Elastic Fire and Water Proof Asbestos Paint" on roofs, all attesting to its durabilitiy and cheapness. The advertisement says the paint is for sale by J. K. Trotter.
Ambrotype case and image of Capt. S. K. P. House, Co. B and Co. F, 12th Tenn. Inf. Regt., CSA. The photograph was taken before the Civil War. House enlisted as a 1st Lt. and rose to captain during the war.
Letter from S. K. P. House, 1st Lt., Co. B and Co. F, 12th Tenn. Inf. Regt., CSA. In the letter he discusses the death of William (reported to be his brother). House conveys that he plans to enlist again. He also writes about the "posession of...
This bovine horn snuff box has the initials C. K. or G. K. carved into it. A note inside the box said that it was "traided to a Yank for coffee while we ware on Picket at the foot of lookout mountain in the year 1863 or four." [Note is item tsla005]
Special Order No. 127 was issued by Major General Stoneman convening a court-martial for the trial of Colonel S. R. K. Patton of the 8th Tennessee Cavalry. The order also commands Lieutenant Colonel John E. McGowan to "depart for the court."
Double-sided, handwritten, one-page document lists those prisoners being held by Federal authorities. Those incarcerated include citizens, soldiers who have committed disciplinary infractions, and soldiers being held for possible court-martial.
Poster advertising a campaign speech by K. D. McKellar, candidate for Senate, for the Democratic primary run-off. He is advertised as speaking in Charlotte and Dickson. His description includes "The Man of the Hour," "Clean Record," "Staunch...