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    • York family, Gov. Cooper, and crowd at movie premiere

    • Hotels; Motion picture theaters; Governors; Heroes
    • 35mm slide showing a tightly packed group of dignitaries and onlookers. Sgt. York and Gov. Cooper can be identified in the center; Gracie York is partially hidden. Red, white, and blue banners hang from the building and a convertible automobile....
    • William Jennings Bryan and son

    • Lawyers; Trials, litigation, etc.
    • William Jennings Bryan listening to his son, William Jennings Bryan, Jr., presenting a speech at the Scopes Trial in July 1925. A courtroom crowd is in the background and a microphone stand with the call letters "WGN" is in the foreground.
    • Weapons and display at the Clarksville Armory manuevers

    • Armories; Military facilities; Military depots; Military training; Military inspections; Military officers; Militias; Grenades; Firearms; Rifles; Bayonets; Gas warfare; Tear gas; Chemicals
    • Outside the Clarksville Armory a crowd is pictured gathered around Tennessee State Guard soldiers who are giving a talk on weaponry. Displayed on a blanket on the ground in front of them are a variety of rifles and gas canisters. One Guard member...
    • The Red Men's Tepee

    • Exhibitions; Fairs; Centennial celebrations; Exhibition buildings; Commemorations; Historical reenactments; Indigenous peoples; Fraternal organizations; Charitable organizations; Tipis
    • Black and white photograph of the "Red Men's Tepee." Shows a building constructed in the form of a tepee for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. A small crowd stands at the entrance.
    • Sixteen-year-olds gaining military experience

    • Boys; Teenagers; Young adults; Military maneuvers; Military training
    • Four sixteen-year-olds who are gaining experience for when they attain regular Army age are shown with a twenty-six-year-old machine gun trooper. This photograph was taken during the Seventh Regiment's Large-Scale Maneuvers which took place in...
    • Robert H. Cartmell Diaries Excerpts

    • Civil Wars; War; Slaves; Agriculture; Political issues; Cities & towns
    • Excerpts from the Robert H. Cartmell Diaries. They contain full commentaries on the nature of his farm operation, the weather, and the fluctuations of the cotton market. They contain thoughtful comments on politics and candidates for office and...
    • Nashville Inn

    • Taverns (Inns); Carriages & coaches
    • The Nashville Inn is pictured. The text indicates that this site was Andrew Jackson's headquarters. The print was inspired by an image once held by the Carnegie Public Library in Nashville, Tennessee. The inn as well as two other buildings can be...
    • Municipal Airport, Nashville, Tennessee

    • Airports; Airplanes; Transportation facilities; Flags; Celebrations
    • Eastern Airlines airplane pictured in front of the Municipal Airport in Nashville, Tennessee. American and Tennessee flags and red, white & blue bunting decorate the building. A crowd of men in suits stands near the plane.
    • Movie premiere crowd outside Hermitage Hotel

    • People; Hotels
    • 35mm slide showing large crowd in the street and on the sidewalks around the Hermitage Hotel. The Tennessee State Capitol is visible at right. Three closed sedans are parked at the curb. Several policemen are present. Most people are in...
    • Military board marching in 1942 Army Day Parade

    • Military parades & ceremonies; Military officers; Buildings; Musical instruments; Military bands; Marching; Parades & processions
    • Army Day Parade in front of the Tennessee State Capitol. This event faetured the 2nd Tennessee Infantry on parade in downtown Nashville. Many people are lining the street watching the marchers as they walk by. A military band is marching. The...
    • Kriege's Lament, continued

    • Poetry
    • This page is the continuation of a poem or song called "Kriege's Lament" written by Willie Munger. The poem has an a-b-a-b rhyme scheme and is seventeen stanzas long. The subject is the return of the American POWs to their mothers and families....
    • Jim Key the Educated Horse

    • Key, William, -- 1833-1909; Beautiful Jim Key (Horse); Humane education -- Case studies -- History -- United States; Horses -- Case studies -- Training -- History -- United States; Horse trainers -- Case studies -- History -- United States
    • This photograph shows Beautiful Jim Key's performance tent and a crowd of visitors. The sign reads, ""The Most Wonderful Horse in the World! Beautiful Jim Key Arabian-Hambletonian Hundred Thousand DollarEquine Wonder


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