U.S. Quartermaster warehouse in Nashville. Men, including several African Americans, can be seen in open warehouse doors. The Capitol and several downtown buildings stand silhouetted in the background.
U.S. Quartermaster warehouse in Nashville. Barrels lie near the left of the building, and a guard with a bayonet fixed on his rifle stands in the foreground. The Capitol and several downtown buildings can be seen in the background.
Military depots; Military life; People; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Storehouses; Warehouses; Guards; Standing
Rear view of Eaton Depot with a soldier standing guard. The Capitol, Downtown Presbyterian Church and Maxwell House Hotel are visible in the background. An inscription in the lower left corner reads, "James F. Rusling, Nash."
Handwritten and hand-drawn Form No. 1 with categories listing date, voucher number, classes, small arms, accoutrements for muskets, miscellaneous, and remarks. These ordnance stores were to be received and issued at Nashville in the quarter ending...