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    • Spencer carbine

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    • Spencer carbine repeating firearm. It holds seven .52 caliber cartridges in a tubular magazine that is housed in the buttstock. It was a popular firearm for cavalrymen because they could fire several times without having to reload after each...
    • Sketch of Fort Delaware

    • Prisons; Prisoners of war; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities
    • Pencil sketch of one side of this prison for Confederate soldiers drawn by Dr. William Mark Eames, Federal surgeon. On the back of the image appears the notation, "Picture of Fort Deleware Del which Dr drew while there in 1864 guarding rebel...
    • Brass

    • Military officers
    • This page features a list of signatures from the "Brass," the POWs who were military officers at Stalag Luft III along with Mitchener. The previous page includes autographs of the other men who were in the POW camp.
    • W. Spain's Palace of Illusions and Mirrors

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Exhibition buildings; Midways; Mirrors; Entertainment; Optical illusions; Celebrations; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Events; Festivals; Fairs; Forensic photographs
    • Front view of the castle-like structure of W. Spain's Palace of Illusions and Mirror Maze, featured in the Vanity Fair area of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, 1897. A number of men and women are standing at the entrance area, surrounded by...
    • Rialto Bridge across Lake Watauga

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Exhibition buildings; Festivals; Fairs; Anniversaries; Lakes & ponds; Pedestrian bridges
    • Black and white photograph of the Rialto Bridge across Lake Watauga located at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee. Passing under the bridge is a gondola.
    • Commerce Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Exhibition buildings; Exhibit booths
    • Black and white photograph of the Commerce Building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
    • Auditorium and Commerce Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Exhibition buildings; Exhibit booths; Auditoriums; Concert halls; Social & civic facilities
    • Mounted black and white photograph of the Auditorium and the Commerce Building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
    • The Parthenon

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Buildings; Exhibition buildings; Galleries & museums; Greek temples; Reproductions
    • Black and white photograph of the Parthenon replica building in Nashville, Tennessee.
    • Children's Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Exhibition buildings; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Events; Fairs; Commemorations; Columns
    • An exterior view of the Children's Building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, which was located beside the Gourd Arbor. The building was a two-story structure with Rococo style architecture.
    • Woman's Building

    • Centennial celebrations; Buildings; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Exhibition buildings; Columns
    • Front view of the Woman's Building at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The building was somewhat modeled after Andrew Jackson's home, the Hermitage. In addition, the building also had features of Grecian architecture. Eight massive columns...
    • 12 and 3 equals 15

    • Barbed wire; Prisoners; Bulletin boards; Luggage; Overcrowding
    • This page in Mitchener's diary shows three more men being added to his POW camp quarters in room five, even though there is not enough space. Mitchener lists their names, which are John R. Hanzlik [Pennsylvania], John F. Hodges (Tennessee) and...
    • The Front Door

    • Barbed wire; Barracks; Rooms & spaces; Doors & doorways
    • This page in Mitchener's diary from World War II includes a drawing of the interior of a POW barrack. A row of doors can be seen. Mitchener has written, "On the left - the 'little girls' room' - as you enter...The Front Door. The hall is swept, at...

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