Cover depicts a car with a running board. The driver sits on the right side of the coupe and the lady to his left with scarf blowing in the breeze as the top is down. Inset photograph of Ray Montgomery and the Healey Sisters (song performers).
An elaborately engraved title sheet, in red, accompanied by a black-and-white sketch of the Negro Building at the 1897 Tennessee Centennial Exposition. "Dedicated to Mrs. J. C. Thompson." By W.E. Braswell. Arranged By Thos. E. Broady.
One sheet of charts and enumerations listing the number of officers, men, and musicians from the 26th Ohio that were killed, wounded, or missing in the Battle of Chickamauga, September 19- 20, 1863. The report was prepared September 26, 1863.
Civil wars; Military officers; Generals; Peace; Surrenders; Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885; Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870
Cover depicts Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Gen. Robert E. Lee, in uniform, shaking hands, with the slogan "Let us have peace" printed above them. The remains of the battlefield are shown on the ground around them, including cannon, flags, and a drum.
Cover depicts a couple dressed in Edwardian finery walking from a confectionery. Both are wearing gloves and he is carrying a cane and she is holding his arm. She has on a large hat with a feather surrounding it and a feather boa around her neck....
Cross dressing; Escapes; Firearms; Tents; Horses; Soldiers; Women; Sheet music covers; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Confederate President Jeff Davis is pictured fleeing (in a crinoline dress) from an army camp, holding a dagger as a bonnet flies off his head. A soldier aims at gun at him and a woman in a dress appears to be in distress. Words by George Cooper....
Faded red velvet cockade, housed within a folded sheet of paper. Staining marks the imprint of the rosette on both sides of the folded paper. Written at the top card is "Secession Cockade C.S.A., M.E.Y." Notation in the middle is believed to...
Cover sheet for the January 10, 1884, issue of the "Rural Record." An illustration of the Atlantic Strawberry is centered in the middle of this front page, the masthead for the "Rural Record" is back-grounded by images of the farm, plantation, and...
Cover depicts portraits of four 1896 presidential candidates positioned at each corner of the page with the American flag announcing elections in which the Republican, Democrat, Prohibition and Populist parties were represented. Portraits are...
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885; Battlefields; Campaigns & battles; Historic sites; Surrenders; Victories; Military leadership; Military officers; Generals; Sheet music covers
A portrait of Union Army General Ulysses S. Grant appears at the center of the engraved cover, surrounded by Civil War-related line drawings entitled "Donelson," "Vicksburg," "Lee's Surrender," and "White House Wash'n."
Cover depicts Lady Liberty standing boldly in a harbor with her left foot on wrapped coils of gunpowder encased around an axe. The American Eagle is shown to her right rear and tall ships can be seen in the harbor. Color.
One sheet of typed paper containing the oath of enlistment for members of the Tennessee State Guard during World War II. Also contained on the blank form are the enlistment record and declaration of the applicant.
Motion pictures; Dating (Social custom); Couples; Ticket offices
Cover lithograph shows a gentleman trying to encourage his lady friend to go with him to the 5 cent moving pictures. She stands with her back to him in an unhappy pose. The ticket booth is between them.
Sheet music covers; Music publishing industry; Music title pages
Sheet music cover and lyrics of the "comic song" called "The Carpetbagger." Cover shows a drawing of a carpetbagger with the spoils of Reconstruction in a large carpetbag. The song is dedicated to General Ben Butler.
Black and white lithograph shows baseball scene with focus on pitcher wearing the Cincinnati Red Stockings uniform and mutton chop sideburns. Circling the pitcher are portraits of nine named players in ovate frames. At head of title: "To the;...