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    • Interior of the Ryman Auditorium

    • Auditoriums; Benches; Stages (Platforms); Theater curtains; Historic buildings; Concert halls; Architectural elements; Stage props; Pews; Pianos
    • The interior of the Ryman Auditorium showing the stage. Large oval signs on either side of the stage reads, "WSM Grand Ole Opry," as does a podium at stage left (house right). A stained-glass-inspired set piece is seen center stage near two pianos,...
    • 4th Avenue entrance to the Ryman Auditorium

    • Auditoriums; Concert halls; Historic buildings; Tabernacles (Buildings); Architectural elements; Stone carving; Doors & doorways
    • Entrance on the east (4th Avenue) side of the Ryman Auditorium. Next to the entrance is a sign which reads: "WSM 'Grand Ole Opry' Tours Tickets On Sale At Box Office." Entrance is now covered by 2-story addition built in 1994. Photograph labeled...
    • The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville

    • Auditoriums; Concert halls; Historic buildings; Tabernacles (Buildings); Architectural elements; Synagogues
    • The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Small house at left later (1905) became the home of Congregation Sherith Israel, also known as the Fifth Avenue Synagogue. The photograph appears to have been taken in the winter as the trees are...
    • Exterior of the Ryman Auditorium and Opry Gift Shop

    • Auditoriums; Historic buildings; Architectural elements; Concert halls
    • Exterior of the Ryman Auditorium. Signs for WSM Grand Ole Opry, Grand Ole Opry House, and National Life & Accident Insurance Company can be seen on the building's exterior.; On an adjacent building are signs for Allright Auto Park, Opry Park, and...
    • Exterior of the Ryman Auditorium showing advertisements

    • Auditoriums; Historic buildings; Concert halls; Architectural elements; Stone carving
    • Ryman Auditorium, exterior view, front, from southwest. Signs near building advertise Pizza +, the Drake Motel, Opry Tours (tickets inside), WSM Grand Ole Opry, and National Life and Accident Insurance. Also visible are the chimney of the...
    • Ryman Auditorium interior, Hardeman's Tabernacle Sermons

    • Auditoriums; Historic buildings; Concert halls
    • Ryman Auditorium interior, from Hardeman's Tabernacle Sermons, Volume 1, by N. B. Hardeman, image facing page 15. The full congregation can be seen in the balcony and the floor with several individuals on the railed stage in the center. The...
    • Confederate Veteran image of the Ryman Auditorium

    • Auditoriums; Historic buildings
    • A photograph of the "Nashville Tabernacle" in the May 1897, Volume V, Number 5, of the Confederate Veteran magazine. Text beneath the image states that the 7th reunion of the United Confederate Veterans is to be held there June 22-24, 1897. Text...
    • Ryman interior showing backstage

    • Auditoriums; Interiors; Hoisting machinery; Ropes
    • The interior of the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, showing backstage. This is a Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) photograph.
    • Grand Ole Opry cast onstage at the Ryman Auditorium

    • Auditoriums; Music; Music halls; Guitars; Pianos; Clothing & dress; Singers; Audiences; Historic buildings; Concert halls; Musicians; Entertainers; Stage props
    • WSM Grand Ole Opry performance on stage at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. A sign reading "A service of National Life and Accident Insurance" is in the background on a barn stage prop.
    • Ryman interior showing stairwell

    • Auditoriums; Stairways; Historic buildings; Architecture
    • Interior of the Ryman Auditorium showing stairwell detail. Risers are marked with the imprint, "National Foundry & Machine Co., Louisville, KY."
    • Judge Dominick Hall's Court

    • Buildings
    • Drawing of the building on Royal Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, that served as the courtroom where General Andrew Jackson was tried for contempt of court in April 1815. He was fined $1,000 by Judge Dominick Hall.
    • 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.

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