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Letters from Colonel John Williams [Letter dated Knoxville, Sept. 29, 1815 to Adam Huntsman and one dated Knoxville, Sept. 21, 1815 to Capt. Wm. King] The originals of the above letters are in my possession; and may be seen by any person on appl

Attention. The committee of arrangement is authorized to state to the citizens of Nashville and its vicinity, that General Jackson, will arrive at Nashville, on Monday next .... The citizens of the town and neighborhood, are all respectfully inv

Proposals for publishing by subscription the life of Major General Andrew Jackson, comprising a full history of the late war in the south, from the commencement of the hostilities with the Creek Indians, to the defeat of the British before New O

Abstract of provisions, issued from the to the troops of the United States, stationed at by under special contract. [Nashville, Tenn. 1819].

In honor of the election of our distinguished fellow-citizen General Andrew Jackson, to the presidency of the United States, you are respectfully invited to attend a ball in Nashville ... Nashville, December 10, 1828.

... To the public. The following document, in the form of a letter to Mr. James Jackson, has been presented to him, and he has refused to answer [accusing General Jackson and others of fraudulent land deals] Nashville Banner and Nashville Whig.

To the public. It will be recollected, that in a publication which I felt it my duty to make on the 9th of April last, in relation to the punishment of John Wood, I spoke of Doctor James L. Armstrong, the reputed author of "A Tennessean," as "an

The hermitage

To the public. A publication of Col. Robert Armstrong in the Nashville Republican of this day, seems to demand a brief notice from me ... Felix Grundy. Nashville, July 24, 1833.

Texas meeting in Nashville [Nashville, 184-].

Nashville, July 6, 1844. Dear Sir:--- The Democracy of Tennessee, acting through the Central Committee appointed by their State convention, propose to hold a mass meeting at this place on the 15th of August next ....

List of Senators of the General Assembly, of the State of Tennessee, convened at Nashville on the furst Monday in October, 1849 - whose election extends for two years from the second day of August, 1849. Prepared by Ramond B. Sloan, for the memb

Topographical map of Nashville, Tenn. /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864

Map of Nashville, Tennessee.

General view of the city of Nashville, Tennessee

Appeal to the people of Tennessee ... Andrew Johnson. Executive office. Nashville, March 18th 1862.

Topographical sketch of the environs of Nashville, Tennessee /

Female Seminary, Nashville, Tenn., barracks of the 51st regt. O.V. ... March, 1862 / sketched by A. E. Mathews.

Proclamation. Executive office. Nashville, Tenn., May 9, 1862. Whereas certain persons, unfriendly and hostile to the government of the United States, have banded themselves together.. and are now going at large ... plundering Union citizens whe

Nashville--Tenn. and vicinity 1863 /

Charles A. Fuller / Landy, photographer, 68 & 70 [West Fourth Street, Cincinna]ti.

The United States monitor "Neosho" engaging three Rebel batteries on the Cumberland, below Nashville, Dec. 6, 1864 / sketched by Adam Rohe.

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th 1864 /

Army of the Cumberland - Nashville and its fortifications

View of the outer trenches on the last day of the battle in front of Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 16, 1864, showing the ground where the most desperate charges were made

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864 /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th 1864 /

Map of Davidson County Tennessee, from actual surveys made by order of the county court of Davidson County, 1871 /

Jubilee singers, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn. / negative by Black.

Map of the city of Nashville and vicinity /

Capitol of Tennessee at Nashville / A. Little, Phila. ; sketched by H.P. Whinnery.

Map of the battle of Nashville, dec. 15th & 16th 1864

[Students and teachers in training school of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee]

Senior preparatory class of Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., before 1906

[Junior normal class of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, seated on steps outside of building]

Extempo club of Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.

Giant see-saw, Tennessee Centennial, Nashville, Tenn., 1897

[Addison Avenue looking north at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, showing Jubilee Hall, Fisk memorial chapel, and the Daniel Hand Model School]

Roger Williams University--Nashville, Tenn.--Normal class

[Junior preparatory class of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee]

Roger Williams University--Nashville, Tenn.--Academic class

Group of Children from the Model School, Fisk University, Nashville Tenn.

Roger Williams University--Nashville, Tenn.--Ministers' class

Class in calculus

Union Station, Nashville, Tenn.

Jubilee Hall, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.

Kissam Hall, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.

Court House and public square, Nashville, Tenn.

Federal Building, Nashville, Tenn.

The Parthenon, Nashville, Tenn.

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.

Fisk Memorial Chapel, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.

Little Eb. Snow

State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn.

[Perspective rendering of Carnegie library, Nashville, Tennessee]

Jackson's tomb at the Hermitage, Nashville, Tenn.

His arrival at the Hermitage at Nashville

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.

9-year-old Sol, A Nashville newsie, selling Sunday morning. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Workers in May Hosiery Mills,. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

May Hosiery Mills. The boy is Harvey Curtis, 12 years old, turns stockings. Made $1.41 this week, out of which he paid sixty cents carfare. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

A. W.U. Messenger. Richard Tuck, #63, 13 years old. Sometimes works nights. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Philip Weinstein, 8 years old, and an older boy who uses him as a decoy. Philip sells until 10 & 11 P.M. sometimes. Photo taken at 11 A.M. Philip said he player [sic?] hookey a week and they fired him. A good many young truants on the street those days. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

A young truant newsie, during school hours. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

All working in May Hosiery Mills, youngest boy admitted ten years of age and been working there 9 months. He is already afflicted with eye-trouble and carries his head much on one side. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Group of young girls, all working in May Hosiery Mills. Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Roger Williams University, Nashville, Tennessee, A. M. Townsend, Pres.

General Andrew Jackson's mother did not die on the roadside - her grave ... John W. Gaines. August 16, 1918. Nashville Banner, August 18, 1918.

Rep. John Houk of Tenn., Anita Pollitzer, Mayor Neal of Knoxville, Tenn., and Rep. Brooks [R. I. Johnson] of Tenn., Aug. 1920.

National Woman's Party Headquarters in Nashville, Tenn., in which the campaign for ratification of the suffrage amendment is being conducted, photographed on the day that Parley P. Christensen, presidential nominee for the new Farmer-Labor Party addressed a mass meeting, urging immediate ratification. Left to right: Rankin Smith, Central Trades and Labor Council; Jim F. Nicholson, Business Manager of the Machinist; W.C. Birthright, Secretary of the Tenn. Federation of Labor; Mrs. Anne Calvert Neely, Mississippi state chairman of the National Woman's Party; W.M. Mitchell; Mrs. Mabel Reber, of New York; Mrs. Walter C. Jackson of Murfreesboro; Mrs. Florence Bayard Hilles, of Wilmington, Delaware, member of the Executive Committee of the Woman's Party; Parley P. Christensen, Presidential candidate of the Farmer-Labor Party; Miss Sue White, of Nashville, Tennessee state chairman of the Woman's Party; W.M. Fox, president of the Trades and Labor Council; Miss Mary Winsor of Philadelphia, Pa., member of the Advisory Council of the Woman's Party; Archie Craig; Charles P. Sweeney.

Anita Pollitzer, W.J. Jameson, Chairman Nat[ional] Finance Comm[ittee] of Dem[ocratic] Party, checking tally of Tenn[essee]] legislature on ratification

Portrait of Dr. Charles Johnson, sociologist at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Negro at religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting in Nashville, Tennessee

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Negro at religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Tennessee photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Religion in Nashville, Tennessee. A religious gathering in the street

Portrait of Dr. Charles Johnson, sociologist at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting in Nashville, Tennessee

Religious meeting, Nashville, Tennessee

Negro at religious meeting in Nashville, Tennessee

Two women workers are shown capping and inspecting tubing which goes into the manufacture of the "Vengeance" (A-31) dive bomber made at Vultee's Nashville division, Tennessee. The "Vengeance" (A-31) was originally designed for the French. It was later adopted by the R.A.F. and still later by the U.S. Army Air Forces. It is a single-engine, low-wing plane, carrying a crew of two men and having six machine guns of varying calibers

City market, Nashville, Tennessee

Capping and inspecting tubing: two women are shown capping and inspecting tubing which goes into the manufacture of the "Vengeance" dive bomber made at Vultee's Nashville division, Tennessee. The "Vengeance" (A-31) was originally designed for the French. It was later adopted by the R.A.F. and still later by the U.S. Army Air Forces. It is a single-engine, low-wing plane, carrying a crew of two men and having six machine guns of varying calibers

Operating a hand drill at Vultee-Nashville, woman is working on a "Vengeance" dive bomber, Tennessee

A candid view of one of the women workers touching up the U.S. Army Air Forces insignia on the side of the fuselage of a "Vengeance" dive bomber manufactured at Vultee's Nashville division, Tennessee

Drilling horizontal stabilizers: operating a hand drill, this woman worker at Vultee-Nashville is shown working on the horizontal stabilizer for a Vultee "Vengeance" dive bomber, Tennessee. The "Vengeance" (A-31) was originally designed for the French. It was later adopted by the R.A.F. and still later by the U.S. Army Air Forces. It is a single-engine, low-wing plane, carrying a crew of two men and having six machine guns of varying calibers

Working on a "Vengeance" dive bomber, Vultee [Aircraft Inc.], Nashville, Tennessee

City market, Nashville, Tennessee