Miss Susie Gentry posing in front of a matte painting of stairs. She wears a bustle dress, has a feathered hair accessory, and holds a fan possibly made of lace. One of her shoes is visible below her dress.
Report to Assistant Quartermaster William Alonzo Wainwright listing the names of seventeen individuals who transported the bodies of soldiers exhumed and reinterred at the Knoxville National Cemetery in December 1867. The report includes the cost...
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.
Engraving from "Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper" of the interior of Fort Henry showing groups of soldiers, tents, and the rampart walls. A small image of Camp Chase, Ohio, is also shown under the larger image of Fort Henry.
Bedroom in the home of Susie Gentry in Franklin, Tennessee. A canopy bed can be seen. A Swamp Lily patterned quilt is on the bed. There is a chair visible at the foot of the bed and a small night table at its head.
In the foreground of the monument is a sculpture of a soldier leaning on his rifle at parade rest, with the inscription "In Memory of Our Confederate Dead" clearly visible. The background features tombstones and a trailer. The base is granite,...
Monument with sculpture of soldier atop marble base at funeral parade rest. He is leaning on his rifle, which is pointed down. Image features sculpture surrounded by tombstones and trees within the cemetery.