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.
Two-page handwritten letter by Christopher Ammons to his family describing his reaction to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. He also talks about his platoon leader, Lt. Brown, and about enjoying listening to U.S. music on the radio.
Advertisement for T.H. Kennedy's Tennessee Variety Store in Hazel Green, Alabama, selling dry goods, clothing, hats, shoes, notions, groceries, and provisions. The ad states all goods will be sold at bottom prices for cash or barter.