A dozen or more Confederate soldiers of Brigadier General William E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker church during the Battle of Antietam.
A man standing under a tree with a muzzle-loading long rifle, powder horn, and other hunting gear. The man wears a hat and has a satchel over his shoulder and across his chest. An open crate sits to the right.
A mountain cabin with an oak-shingle roof. The cabin is made of logs and wooden planks. A horse stands in front of the cabin with a small boy on its back. Three men stand near the horse: one at its rear and two in front.
A street in Jamestown, Tennessee. Numerous cars are parked on the street in front of shops and businesses. Businesses in the background include Jamestown Soda Pharmacy, Central Drug Company Drug Store, and a bank building. It is labeled as the...
Drugstores; Automobiles; Department stores; Dry goods stores
A street on the south side of Jamestown, Tennessee. A number of cars and trucks are parked on the street in front of several shops and businesses. Businesses photographed include International Harvester McCormick-Deering, a dry goods and...
A woman standing in front of a clapboard building. She wears a dotted dress, white shoes, and a dark jacket. The caption on the reverse side of the photograph describes her as a "demure little mountain maid."
Alvin C. York standing with four other men. The man to York's right is Jesse Lasky, legendary film producer, who was the primary producer for the 1941 film, "Sergeant York," about York's exploits in the First World War. Lasky's son, Jesse Jr.,...
Confederate soldiers of Brigadier General Wililam E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker Church during the Battle of Antietam.
Confederate soldiers of Brigadier William E. Starke's 2nd Louisiana Brigade lay dead along Hagerstown Turnpike in Maryland. They fell near a fence north of the Dunker church during the Battle of Antietam. The lower left corner is torn and stained.
Parson Pile's store near the Wolf River in Pall Mall, Tennessee. The store appears to be abandoned and has no signage. The wood paneling and wooden porches are sagging and weathered, and several porch floorboards are missing.