British-made Enfield rifle musket with attached bayonet. Lockplate was manufactured at the Tower, London, England. The bayonet was manufactured the United States. The rifle belonged to Amos Griffith. The initials "JA" are carved in the stock.
Enfield rifle marked with Tower of London Arsenal insignia and shortened to carbine length. This gun was probably picked up on the battlefield and shortened to carbine length for use by the Confederate Army.
Franklin Courthouse, showing a trolley sitting outside and a water tower to the right. The Confederate Monument, featuring a soldier standing on a tall stone pedestal, can be seen on the right side of the image.
Front view of the Auditorium at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, which had Colonial style architecture. It had a one-hundred and forty foot high square tower and four porticoes on the corners of the building.
Strickland's watercolor sketch of the Temple of Jupiter Stator. The sketch includes the ruins of the temple as well as the remains of archaeological excavations. The ruins are surrounded by Medieval buildings. A goat enters the excavation area.
The grounds of the Tennessee School for the Deaf early in the construction of the facilities. Several sites are seen in various stages of completion. The one nearest appears to have one floor installed and framing for walls. Buildings in the...