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.
Etching features side and front views of the Bell Tavern that was located in Lynchburg, Virginia, during the time of Andrew Jackson. The original inspiration image is credited to the Collection of Jones Memorial Library.
Three items: envelope with notation by 1st Lieutenant W. T. Robinson, "To file away for Safe Keeping for future reference should it be necessary;" Circular No. 52 -- Series of 1863 entitled "Invoice of Ordnance and Ordance Stores."
Description of the rates of postage in the Confederate States of America from pages 58-61 of the 1862 "Confederate States Almanac." Describes the amount of postage needed for various items, distances, and locations. Features images of 58...
Painted portrait of Dr. Gerard Troost, the first state geologist of Tennessee. Troost is shown standing beside a table and gesturing to a book on the table. The original portrait is now located at the Tennessee State Museum (Nashville).
Map of the major locations of the Civil War in 1863 showing the states of Ohio, Maryland, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Virginia, North Carlina, South Carolina, and Florida. Shows major waterways, main...
35mm slide showing a tightly packed group of dignitaries and onlookers. Sgt. York and Gov. Cooper can be identified in the center; Gracie York is partially hidden. Red, white, and blue banners hang from the building and a convertible automobile....
Etching of the second Hermitage featuring a front view of the house and side building surrounded by trees with horses in the foreground. The original inspiration image is credited to the collection of Mr. Herbert Fletcher.
Original printed pink wrappers with illustrated front wrap. Rear wrapper has illustrations of the manufacturer's factory, several drills produced by the manufacturer, and medals won at various exhibitions. Black and white illustrations throughout.