William Strickland's sketch of an unnamed suspension bridge crossing the Saone River. Strickland provides detailed descriptions of the bridge, as well as measurements. The sketch covers two pages in the sketchbook.
William Strickland's watercolor drawing of the fortress of Radicofani, and the surrounding Tuscan countryside. A small house and a village are shown in the sketch. Strickland provides a handwritten description of the scene.
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the "New Falls at Tivoli." The three segemented falls are pictured in the foreground, surrounded by wooded hillsides near Tivoli. Strickland gives a brief history of the falls.
Monuments & Memorials; Basilicas; Popes; Domes; Latin cross-plan buildings; Plazas
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the Basilica of St. Peter, Rome. Strickland gives handwritten descriptions and dimensions of the building porticoes. He describes the dome as being "decidedly ugly."
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the columns in the cloister of Basilica de S. Giovanni in Laterano. The sketch shows an unfinished drawing and next to it a finished sketch. Strickland gives a handwritten description of the columns.
Willis Crawford Rushing (1826-1916) was a Civil War veteran living in Benton County in 1897. He is pictured here with his family. Seated, left to right: Lively Etta Rushing Fry (1863-1943), Ernest E. Fry (1868-1937), Sophia Ann Rushing...