Belt buckles from Confederate uniforms dug at sites of Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, and Battle of Nashville near Harding Pike and Granny White Pike. Some from Mississippi units; serpent buckles from England.
Small document serving as a military pass allowing the bearer, James McCutchen, permission to travel 10 miles on the Hillsboro Pike and return. The pass is to be honored for 15 days. On the reverse is an oath of allegiance.
Small document serving as a military pass allowing Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Moran to pass beyond the pickets on the Lewisburg Pike and to return. The pass was authorized by Major General Gordon Granger of the Army of Kentucky stationed at Franklin,...
Military pass issued by the Provost Marshal's office to Mrs. Spencer for herself, her carriage, and driver through Federal lines to three miles out Lebanon Pike- good for 60 days. Signed by Captain H. H. Curling, Assistant Provost Marshal.