A man with a long stick (4 or more feet) in his hands sits on the stoop of a rough wooden cabin. He wears frayed and patched overalls with a shirt, suit jacket, and hat. His left shoe appears to be untied.
Four unidentified men standing on a gravel road. Two are looking out at the Wolf Forks area; a third has a camera on a tripod, and the fourth is facing the camera. There is a "road closed" sign on the left and the front end of an automobile on the...
Gravesite of Alvin C. York and his wife Gracie L. York. The site is decorated with a stone cross and stone angel and two tombstones. There is a flagpole immediately behind the site. 35mm slide labeled "York Memorial 4."
The Rachel Carter Craighead diaries span the latter half of the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, and they provide a remarkable
look at Nashville life. Topics covered in the diary include descriptions of school life in the 1850s,...
Parson Pile's store near the Wolf River in Pall Mall, Tennessee. The store appears to be abandoned and has no signage. The wood paneling and wooden porches are sagging and weathered, and several porch floorboards are missing.
Sergeant Alvin C. York, as a miller, driving his truck into Jamestown, Tennessee, with a load of "York Special" home-ground corn meal. Four men are riding in the back of the truck with the bags of corn meal.
The gravesite of Sergeant Alvin C. York and his wife, Gracie, near Pall Mall, Tennessee. A flag is flying above the grave. Other burial plots, the grounds of the cemetery, and the surrounding landscape are pictured.
Parks; Mills; Water mills; Flour & meal industry; Millraces
The photograph is taken from a position overlooking the Alvin C. York grist mill, located in the Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park. The two-story millhouse can be seen behind the milldam that straddles the Wolf River.
These buttons and other materials were recovered from around Lincoln County (Tenn.), including Camp Blount. Button types include civilian coin and floral buttons, US Civil War era eagle buttons, overall buttons, GAR buttons, Confederate "I"...
Three men stand inside a cave; a dilapidated wooden pen can be seen in front of the cave opening. Two of the men appear to be producer Jesse Lasky and his son. The third man, whose identity is not given, appears to be wearing a hat.
Tombstone of Alvin C. York with brass plaque and engraved decorations. The decorations above the plaque depict York's Congressional Medal of Honor, a rifle with bayonet attached, and an M1917 "Tommy" helmet. 35mm slide labeled "York Memorial 5."