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    • House on College Street

    • Women; Men; Children; Houses; Carriages & coaches
    • Two women and a man standing at the entrance of a house on College Street (3rd Avenue) in Nashville. There is a horse and buggy to the left of the house and a small African American child standing at the gate.
    • Threshing, near Lewisburg

    • Threshing; Wheat; Men; Harvesting machinery; Agricultural machinery & implements; Mules; Farming; Grains; Hay; Mowing machines; Threshing machines; Combines (Agricultural machinery); Farming
    • Three unknown men threshing wheat. The wheat is being unloading from a wagon and being feed into a combine. There is also a mule in the photograph.
    • Bernhardt Wall, Etcher

    • Horses; Cowboys
    • This small print of a man on a horse (with the words, "Bernhardt Wall, Etcher," underneath it) serves as the signature page or insignia of Bernhardt Wall, the artist who created this book of Andrew Jackson prints.
    • Dr. Jim Key with Beautiful Jim Key

    • 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 Doctor William Key with Beautiful Jim Key at an unknown location. A few individuals can be seen in the background, watching.
    • Beautiful Jim Key tent

    • Beautiful Jim Key (Horse)
    • This photograph shows Beautiful Jim Key's performance tent. The sign reads, "Most wonderful horse in the world, Beautiful Jim Key"" Another sign is also visible, which reads, " ticket office - Beautiful Jim Key - The Educated Horse.""
    • 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
    • Letter to A. R. Rogers from Toledo Humane Society

    • 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 letter was written by the president of the Toledo Humane Society to A. R. Rogers, the promoter for Dr. William Key and Beautiful Jim Key. Rogers worked hard to recruit the support of local human societies
    • Letter to A. R. Rogers from George Angell

    • 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 letter was written by the president of the MSPCA (Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), George T. Angell, to A. R. Rogers, Beautiful Jim Key's promoter. Angell was the founder of the MSPCA
    • Letter from the Nashville Humane Society

    • 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 letter was written by representatives of the Nashville Humane Association to the reverend in charge of the Ryman Tabernacle. At this point in time the Ryman was a church; inviting non-religious performers such as Jim Key was unorthodox,...
    • Photograph of Monk

    • 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 image comes from Scrapbook #2 of the collecion and shows Monk, Jim Key's guard dog and constant companion, standing on his back legs in front of angled mirrors. The illusion is created of five Monks in the picture, instead of one.

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