African Americans; School children; Students; Teenagers; Vaccinations; Preventive medicine
Seven African American boys and girls of varying ages display their vaccinations as they stand outdoors against a building. It is assumed that the building is the Fosterville Colored School. Sepia tone.
Awards; Rewards of Merit; Political parties; Partisan politics; Political organizations; Political patronage; Municipal government
A pen and ink drawing of Tammany Hall in New York City. The three-story building is located on a street corner. The inscription reads: "Tammany Hall, New York City, where Andrew Jackson attended a public dinner on February 23, 1819. Collection of...
View of two women who are outdoors watching a baby in a crib. Also shown is a clothesline with two quilts/blankets at the side of a house where a tub sits to collect water. A bed spring can be seen leaning against the house.
Barbed wire; Ships; Military personnel; Prisoners; Public speaking
This page in Mitchener's diary includes a drawing of an old ship, the "Santa Maria," on which he has written, "Promise of the Future." Underneath, he has drawn a picture of a prisoner on stage, Colonel Darr H. Alkire, C.O. Stalag Luft III, West...
Barbed wire; Tables; Stools; Blackboards; Prisoners; Military personnel; Books
This page in Mitchener's diary from World War II includes a drawing of a POW writing lessons on a chalkboard or blackboard. Above the blackboard, Mitchener has written,"For the sake of knowledge - to ward off monotony." He has listed a number of...
Summary of 1912 health report for Gallatin written by the City Health Officer, Dr. W. N. Lackey. The report statistically addresses mortality rates and births and provides a partial breakdown by sex, race, and age. It examines causes of death,...
Small broadside announcing that it shall be a misdemeanor for any person to be drunk on the public square, on the street, or in any public place. Fine not to exceed $50.00. Endorsed by Mayor J.M. Wilson and Clerk W.C. Morgan.
Broadsides; Handbills; Fliers (printed matter); Posters; Public speaking
Broadside with "Speaking!!" written in broad letters. The text states: "Joe E. Williams, the Colored Orator of Nashville, and Capt. Towner, of Marshall County, will speak at Fayetteville Next Saturday Night. All are Invited!"
Advertisement for F. Lee Bailey "The Defense Never Rests" speech at Vanderbilt University. The event was organized by the Student Government Association at Vanderbilt and is free with a Vandy I.D. or $3.00 for the General Public.