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Sewanee Breslin Tower, from Manigault Park, The University of the South, Sewanee. Color tint. Oval. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, SEWANEE, TENN. 1999-077
Sewanee BRESLIN TOWER, LIBRARY AND WALSH MEMORIAL HALL, SEWANEE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse & obverse. Postmark: Sewanee, Tenn., 1907. THS
Sewanee Green's View, Sewanee, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. PUBL. BY UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE, SEWANEE, TENN. Post Cards of Quality–The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. 2018-032
Sewanee GREENS VIEW. SEWANEE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P12901. Chrome. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 806 Church St., Nashville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. "GREENS VIEW. SEWANEE, TENNESSEE. This breathtaking panorama is typical of the scenic beauty in this area. Sewanee is the home of the Uni. of the South." Color by Paul A. Moore – Tenn. Conservation Dept. 2016-033
Sewanee Hodgson Memorial Chapel, UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH, Sewanee, Tenn. Hand-colored. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. THE FINEST AMERICAN MADE VIEW POST CARDS–THE ALBERTYPE CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE, SEWANEE, TENNESSEE. "Hodgson Memorial Chapel, UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH, Sewanee, Tenn." 1996-119
Sewanee Hoffman Hall, University of the South, SEWANEE, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. PUBL. BY UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE, SEWANEE, TENN. THE FINEST AMERICAN MADE VIEW POST CARDS–THE ALBERTYPE CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Sewanee INTERIOR OF ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL, UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH, SEWANEE, TENN. Hand-colored. Divided back. PUBL. BY UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE, SEWANEE, TENN. Post Cards of Quality–The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE. 1998-063
Sewanee Killarney Pool, Camp Thorwald, Sewanee, Tenn. Color tint. Vintage. Undivided back. Photo.
Sewanee Kirby – Smith Point, Sewanee, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9995. Printed in Germany. 9995. Postmark: Sewanee, Tenn., 1909. 1990-129
Sewanee LIBRARY & BRESLIN TOWER, UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH, SEWANEE, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Message-space. Correspondence on obverse. No. 3295. Illustrated Post Card Co., New York, N.Y. Postmark: Sewanee, Tenn., 1907. 1998-063
Sewanee MEMORIAL TO SOLDIERS & SAILORS WHO SERVED DURING WORLD'S WAR FROM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH, SEWANEE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. I-T-61. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2016-073
Sewanee Otey Memorial Church, Sewanee, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 9899. Printed in Germany. 9899. 2017-052
Sewanee Quintard Memorial Hall, Sewanee Military Academy, Sewanee, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 1B589. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. BLUE-SKY” POST CARD. 1998-063
Sewanee Residence of Rt. Rev. A. W. Knight, Vice Chancellor, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. Color tint. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Post Cards of Quality–The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Postmark: Sewanee, Tenn., 1918. 1989-046
Sewanee Sewanee Inn, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. Hand-colored. Divided back. Post Cards of Quality–The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE, SEWANEE, TENN. 1998-063
Sewanee SHAPARD TOWER and LEONIDAS POLK MEMORIAL CARILLON. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 47704. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "SHAPARD TOWER and LEONIDAS POLK MEMORIAL CARILLON. The carillon, consisting of fifty-six bells (weighing twenty-three tons) with a range of nearly five octaves, is the third largest in the world and is unique in that the 134 foot tower housing it was designed especially for it, thus permitting the maximum tonal quality of the bells to be heard. The tower and carillon are part of the new All Saints Chapel at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee." Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon.
Sewanee St. Luke's Hall, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 9904. Printed in Germany. 9904. 2017-052
Sewanee The lake on the golf course of the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee, furnishes irrigation for fairways as well as an attractive hazard. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 36669. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "The lake on the golf course of the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee, furnishes irrigation for fairways as well as an attractive hazard." Photographed in Natural Color by Frank Shannon.
Sewanee THE MAIN DINING ROOM at CLARAMONT RESTAURANT in Sewanee, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 37407. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE MAIN DINING ROOM at CLARAMONT RESTAURANT in Sewanee, Tennessee. Here is served the cuisine to which two decades of students at the University of the South have given their approval." Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon.
Sewanee U.S. 64 Approaching Sewanee, Tenn. University Gates. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. No. I-T-183. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2006-029
Sewanee University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. Greyscale. Shows school seal and dates 1858-1907 to left of picture. Divided back. COPYRIGHTED BY ALICE EDITH RUMPH, 1907. 1998-016
Sewanee University Supply Store, Sewanee, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 9909. Printed in Germany. 9909. 1998-063
Sewanee WORLD WAR SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL CROSS, SEWANEE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 2466-29. "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO.
Seymour SEYMOUR MOTEL, Seymour, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 99848-B. Chrome. DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. PUBLISHED BY HAROLD DAVIS PHOTOGRAPHER, 4424 ELLEN ST., S.W., KNOXVILLE, TENN. SEYMOUR MOTEL. Seymour, Tennessee 37865. On U.S. 441, 10 Miles South of Knoxville, Tenn. 25 Miles to the Great Smoky Mtns. Air Conditioned. Free T.V. Restaurants nearby – Pets Allowed. Phone A/C 615 577-8112. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hawkins, Owners-Operators. 2006-101
Shelbyville 100th Anniversary of Bedford County, Sept. 5-6-7, 1907, TO BE CELEBRATED BY A GREAT HOME-COMING To the Bedford County Fair, Shelbyville, Tennessee, YOU ARE INVITED. Two views: SHELBYVILLE HOTEL, "HOLLAND HOUSE," 1810; SHELBYVILLE HOTEL, "THE DIXIE," 1907. Message space at bottom front. Correspondence on obverse. 2016-033
Shelbyville 191. Wonderful Jim Key, the educated Horse, Acting Postmaster. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Copyrighted 1906 by A. R. Rogers, 78 Maiden Lane, N.Y. A. R. Rogers, 78 Maiden Lane, N.Y. 2018-007
Shelbyville BEAUTIFUL JIM KEY. THE MOST WONDERFUL EDUCATED HORSE IN THE WORLD. Color. Vintage. Multiple scenes. Title bar on obverse. Undivided back. COPYRIGHTED 1906 BY A. R. ROGERS, 75 MAIDIN LANE, N.Y. 190. The Equine Millionaire. 2017-059
Shelbyville BEDFORD COUNTY COURT HOUSE, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. #53154. Sky-Tint. 2010-018
Shelbyville BEDFORD COUNTY COURT HOUSE, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. I-T-306. © W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2019-056
Shelbyville BEDFORD COUNTY COURT HOUSE, Shelbyville, Tennessee. Title on reverse. #SPC-122. Color. Mirro-Krome © Card by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 1994-126
Shelbyville BEDFORD COUNTY, FAIR. "Meet me at the Bedford County Fair, Shelbyville, Tenn. Sept. 2, 3, & 4, 1909." Fairground, Shelbyville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 3098. 3098. JNO. W. RUTH & SONS, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. 2016-055
Shelbyville Bedford County. 100th Anniversary. Invitation. Blue on white. Insert for Court House. Prose. Correspondence on reverse. Divided back. """You Are Cordially Invited to the 100th Anniversary of Bedford County To be celebrated by a great Home Coming to the BEDFORD COUNTY FAIR Sept. 5th - 6th - 7th 1907. SHELBYVILLE, TENN.""
Jno. W. Ruth & Sons Jewelers Established 1822." 2018-007
Shelbyville BEN A. GREEN, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. "IT IS THE CLIMATE THAT DOES IT." Shows man pushing oversized grapes in a wheelbarrow. Illustration. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "Originally located in Secretary of State R. R. Sneed records.

Postmark: Shelbyville, Tenn., 1916."

Shelbyville Birds Eye View, North, Shelbyville, Tenn. Black and white. #2. Jno. W. Ruth & Sons, Shelbyville, Tenn.
Shelbyville CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. UNVEILED OCT. 17, 1899. SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. CORBITT PHOTO. 2018-032
Shelbyville Depot Street, Shelbyville, Tenn. Sepia tone. #3. Jno. W. Ruth & Sons, Shelbyville, Tenn. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Shelbyville DIXON ACADEMY, Shelbyville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Jno. W. Ruth & Sons, Shelbyville, Tenn. 2018-001
Shelbyville DUCK RIVER, SHELBYVILLE, TENNESSEE. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Photo. Printed by The Gazette, Shelbyville, Tennessee. 2016-033
Shelbyville ENTRANCE TO THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE NATIONAL CELEBRATION GROUNDS, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 43843. SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 Shelbyville, Tennessee, Entrance to the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration Grounds. 2020-039
Shelbyville FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. 2. Sepia tone. Vintage. Divided back. Photo. 2018-032
Shelbyville John W. Ruth and Sons, Jeweler. ESTABLISHED 1822, JNO. W. RUTH AND SONS, JEWELERS, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. R-67013. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. AMERICAN ART.” PUBLISHED BY JNO. W. RUTH & SONS, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2019-056
Shelbyville MAGNOLIA MOTEL, U.S. 231 S., Shelbyville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 11648N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–LCL. MAGNOLIA MOTEL Located South City Limits on U.S. 231, Shelbyville, Tenn. Completely air conditioned and electrically heated, tiled baths, wall to wall carpets. Mr. & Mrs. C. R. Pickle, Owners – Mgrs. Phone 1171J. 2019-097
Shelbyville OLD WHITNEY TAVERN (ERECTED 1810). IN WHICH A BALL WAS GIVEN GEN. ANDREW JACKSON IN 1824, SHELBYVILLE TENN. Greyscale. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. Postmark: Shelbyville, Tenn., 1911. 2018-032
Shelbyville RESIDENCE, MR. WM. P. COOPER, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. A-99998. C. T. AMERICAN ART. PUBLISHED BY JNO. W. RUTH & SONS, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2020-009
Shelbyville RIDE!! WITH US. 2nd ANNUAL FALL RIDATHON. TUES. OCT. 31st. 9:30 A.M. C. H. EBLIN FARM – SHELBYVILLE – 5 MI. SOUTH – HIWAY #10 – HORSES AVAILABLE – CALL C. HAYNES Phone 45. Announcement. Sepia tone. White border. Blank reverse. DICKERSON PHOTO. 2018-032
Shelbyville SCENE ON DUCK RIVER, SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Color. #A-99999. Published by Jno. W. Ruth & Sons, Shelbyville, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. 2016-033
Shelbyville Scene on Duck River, Shelbyville, Tenn. Color tint. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 3096. 3096. Jno. W. Ruth & Sons, Shelbyville, Tenn. 2016-033
Shelbyville SH-1–Bedford County Courthouse, Shelbyville, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. No. 2C-H606. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICE, TULLAHOMA, TENN. 2017-064
Shelbyville SH-4–Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration Grounds, Shelbyville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICE, TULLAHOMA, TENN. PHOTO BY CALVIN DAUGHTERY. Show Grounds of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville, Tennessee. Site of the World's Largest Walking Horse Show held each year for six days, ending on the first Saturday in September. 2019-097
Shelbyville STREET SCENE - SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Real photo. Black and white. #I-T-301. 2006-029
Shelbyville STREET SCENE - SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Real photo. Showing Locke's Cafe, Ben Franklin 5&10 Store, Whiteside Hardware, etc. Black and white. #I-T-303. 2006-029
Shelbyville Town Bridge, Shelbyville, Tenn. Color tint. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Jno. W. Ruth & Sons, Shelbyville, Tenn. 2018-032
Shelbyville Vintage photo: unidentified event, possibly a parade. Unknown location. Flowered carriage. Sepia tone. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "Postmark: March 13, 1908.
Address: Miss Annie Mai McGreer, Shelbyville, Tenn." 2016-033
Sherwood THE "OLD" AND THE "NEW", GAGER LIME CO., SHERWOOD, TENN. Two views. Black and white. Divided back. "The 'Old' and the 'New'. Gager Lime Co., Sherwood, Tenn. Ellis Soper - Engineer - Constructor. Chattanooga, Tenn. Nov. 1, 1914."
Shiloh National Military Park "Bloody Pond", Shiloh National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. ICS-75526-2. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. "BLOODY POND. Shiloh National Military Park. Shiloh, Tennessee. On April 6, 1862, the soldiers of both armies made their way to this pond to drink and bathe their wounds. A local citizen describing the scene shortly afterwards said, ""The water looked like blood.""
Color by L. D. Thompson." 1995-046
Shiloh National Military Park 1579. Monument Wisconsin Regiment Shiloh Battlefield. A. SELIGE PUB. ST. LOUIS. Vintage. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. ADOLPH SELIGE PUB. CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Postmark: Lexington, Tenn., 1908. THS 868
Shiloh National Military Park 3262. Siege Gun and Illinois Regimental Monument, National Cemetery, Shiloh Battlefield. Vintage. Greyscale. Message-face. Undivided back. ADOLPH SELIGE PUB. CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Postmark: Lexington, Tenn., 1906. THS 868
Shiloh National Military Park 3263. Bloody Pond, Shiloh Battlefield. Vintage. Greyscale. Message-face. Undivided back. ADOLPH SELIGE PUB. CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Postmark: Geneva, Ill., 1906. THS 865
Shiloh National Military Park ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1920. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A.
Shiloh National Military Park ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, Shiloh National Military Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P15822. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Pub. By Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. "ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. Shiloh National Military Park. Located 10 Mi. S. W. of Savannah, Tenn. Shiloh, scene of the first major engagement in the Western Campaigns of the War Between the States. This Battle opened the way for the Union forces to gain possession of the Mississippi River during the following year and to split the Confederacy with the capture of Vicksburg."
Shiloh National Military Park ALABAMA MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1917. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. TSLA dB 34055
Shiloh National Military Park ARKANSAS MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1916. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. "Arkansas Monument in "Hornet's Nest"."
Shiloh National Military Park Battle of Shiloh, April 6-7th, 1862 [painting]. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-788. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "This copy of "The Battle of Shiloh" is from a rare PRANG chromolithograph on display in the Park Museum. Albert Sidney Johnston's Army of the Mississippi, marching north from its base at Corinth, attacked and partly overran U. S. Grant's Federal Army of Tennessee, which had come south by river with mission of destroying the Confederate base. Arrival, by road, of Buell's Army of Ohio and its entrance into the second day's fighting neutralized initial Confederate successes and forced withdrawal to Corinth." Color Copy by L. D. Thompson.
Shiloh National Military Park BLOODY POND, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. 68. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3578. Linen. R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee.
Shiloh National Military Park Bloody Pond, Shiloh, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. A-17581. PUBLISHED BY I. & M. OTTENHEIMER, BALTIMORE, MD. MADE IN U.S.A. "BLOODY POND. The Battle of Shiloh was fought April 6th and 7th, 1862, General Albert Sidney Johnston commanding the Confederates and General U. S. Grant the Federals. After thirteen hours fighting, the Federals were forced back, all their camps, except the Second Division, captured and position after position surrendered. In the night Gen. Buell came up with as many fresh troops as the entire Confederate Army, yet at close of the second day of hard fighting the Confederates retired in good order and were not pursued. "Bloody Pond" was in the heaviest fighting near celebrated "Hornet's Nest" and near where Gen. Johnston was killed. It gets its name from being red with blood of Confederate Soldiers. Loss Union Army 13,047; Confederate 10,699." 2010-018
Shiloh National Military Park BLOODY POND. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-2. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY COASTAL EXPOSURES INC., MAINE. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARK ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. BLOODY POND. During the battle, soldiers on both sides came here to drink and bathe their wounds. Both men and horses died in the pond, their blood staining the water a dark red.
Photo by © David Muench." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park BLOODY POND. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD1. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. BLOODY POND. Union and Confederate soldiers came to this pond during the battle to bathe their wounds and relieve their thirst.
Photo by Terry L. Weaver." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park BLOODY POND. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD8. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. BLOODY POND. Savage combat raged around this shallow pool of water for two days in April 1862. Being the only water in the immediate vicinity, wounded Union and Confederate soldiers crawled here to quench their thirst and bathe their wounds. So many bled in and around the pond that the water is said to have become stained the color of blood.
NPS photo by Chuck Bray." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE BURIAL PLACE, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1909. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. "One of the Confederate Soldiers burial places."
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE BURIAL TRENCH, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 3878. Linen. © R. D. SHAW. "It is estimated that 600 Confederate dead are buried in this trench."
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE BURIAL TRENCH. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD7. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. CONFEDERATE BURIAL TRENCH. After the Battle of Shiloh, fought on April 6 and 7, 1862, Federal soldiers buried the dead of both the Union and Confederate armies. Most of the 1,728 Confederates killed in action were interred in nine or ten mass graves. Since the establishment of Shiloh National Military Park in 1894, five of the mass Confederate burials have been identified and marked with a monument erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
NPS photo by Chuck Bray." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, Shiloh National Military Park, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 1235. Chrome. Natural Color Post Cards made from Ektachrome by Walter H. Miller, Williamsburg, Virginia. Pub. by Miller's Camera Shop, Williamsburg, Va. CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, Shiloh National Military Park, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Erected in 1917 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, this expressive monument is a symbol, in bronze and stone, of "Defeated Victory." A National Park Service area. Ektachrome by Walter H. Miller. 1998-030
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1902. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. The Confederate Monument, erected by United Daughters of the Confederacy, at a cost of $50,000. THS
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. ODK207. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. PUBLISHED FOR R. D. SHAW AND A. B. PHILLIPS, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. "CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. This monument was erected in 1917, by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, in memory of all Southern troops participating in the Battle of Shiloh." 1998-030
Shiloh National Military Park Confederate Monument, Shiloh National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 4DK-947. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. Shiloh National Park and Cemetery is located on the Tennessee River, five miles south of U.S. Highway 64, near Savannah, Tennessee. This memorial was erected by United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1917. It is one of the most imposing monuments within the park area. The Battle of Shiloh was fought April 6-7, 1862." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SHI-CDCM. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TN. CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. In 1917, the United Daughters of the Confederacy erected this monument in memory of all Southern soldiers who fought in the Battle of Shiloh. Designed and sculpted by Frederick C. Hibbard, the massive marble and bronze figures represent a ""Defeated Victory,"" and commemorate a bitter battle lost by Confederate forces on April 6-7, 1862.
NPS Photo." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3580. Linen. R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
Shiloh National Military Park Gen. Johnston Monument, and Tree where He was Wounded, Shiloh National Military Park, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. Postmark: Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., 1913. dB 34053. MSS 281
Shiloh National Military Park GEN. U. S. GRANT MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1903. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. This monument marks the spot where General Grant spent the night of April 6th, 1862, now a part of the grounds of the National Cemetery.
Shiloh National Military Park GRANT'S HEADQUARTERS, APRIL 6, 1862. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD9. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. GRANT'S HEADQUARTERS, APRIL 6, 1862. ""During the night,"" wrote Ulysses S. Grant in his memoirs, ""rain fell in torrents and our troops were exposed without shelter. I made headquarters under a tree a few hundred yards from the river bank."" The tree was destroyed by a cyclone on October 14, 1909. A monument marks its place in what is now the national cemetery.
NPS photo by Chuck Bray." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park GRANT'S LAST LINE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-3. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY COASTAL EXPOSURES INC., MAINE. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. GRANT'S LAST LINE. While the men in the Hornet's Nest held the Confederates at bay, General Grant formed a defensive line along this ridge. This line of artillery marks the final position of the Union Army on April 6.
Photo by © David Muench." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park GRAVE OF HENRY BURKE, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3875. © R. D. SHAW. R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Henry Burke, a 13 year old drummer boy from Ohio, was killed during the Battle of Shiloh.
Shiloh National Military Park HEADQUARTERS AND ENTRANCE, SHILOH NATIONAL PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 124970. TICHNOR BROTHERS, INC., TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. PUB. BY McCORD STUDIO, CORINTH, MISS. Reverse is damaged. 2020-044
Shiloh National Military Park ILLINOIS STATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. ODK210. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. PUBLISHED FOR R. D. SHAW AND A. B. PHILLIPS, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. ILLINOIS STATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Erected by the State of Illinois, in 1904 to honor all troops of that State, engaged in the Battle of Shiloh. 1998-030
Shiloh National Military Park ILLINOIS STATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3877. Linen. © R. D. SHAW. R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
Shiloh National Military Park IOWA MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. © NATIONAL PARK SERVICE "IOWA MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. The Iowa Monument is one of more than 150 commemorative monuments on the battlefield. The 75 foot tall monument commemorating the Iowa soldiers who fought at Shiloh was dedicated by the State of Iowa in 1906. It is the largest of all Shiloh memorials.
Photo by Dorothy Reynolds." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park IOWA STATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1905. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN.
Shiloh National Military Park IOWA STATE MONUMENT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD10. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. IOWA STATE MONUMENT. The State of Iowa erected this massive 75-foot monument in 1906. On top of the granite are a bronze capital, globe, and an eagle with a wingspread of fifteen feet. Ascending the base of the monument is a bronze statue inscribing a tribute to the 6,583 Iowa soldiers who fought at Shiloh.
© Eastern National Parks Association. NPS Photo by Chuck Bray." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park JOHNSTON MONUMENT AND TREE, WHERE WOUNDED. MONUMENT TO 2nd CONFEDERATE REGIMENT. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color Tint. Two views. Divided back. C.T. AMERICAN ART BLUE TONE. MADE BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. 2020-044
Shiloh National Military Park JOHNSTON'S MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3581. Linen. R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
Shiloh National Military Park LOG CABIN, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3879. © R. D. SHAW. R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. This is the only house on the reservation that was here at the time of the battle, April 6th 1862. Bullet holes are still noticeable in the logs.
Shiloh National Military Park MANSE GEORGE CABIN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-10. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY COASTAL EXPOSURES, INC., MAINE "MANSE GEORGE CABIN. This cabin is the only building standing today which survived the ravages of the Battle of Shiloh. Two weeks after the battle it was moved to its present location, replacing the George home which was destroyed during the fighting.
Photo by © David Muench. © Eastern National Park & Mon. Assoc." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park MANSE GEORGE CABIN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD3. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. MANSE GEORGE CABIN. The Manse George Cabin is an 1860's house that survived the battle.
© Eastern National Park Association. Photo by Terry L. Weaver." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park MICHIGAN STATE MONUMENT, SHILOH N ATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1912. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. This monument erected and dedicated by the people of Michigan to the memory of her soldiers who fought and fell in the Battle of "Shiloh."
Shiloh National Military Park MINNESOTA MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1915. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Erected to the First Minnesota Battery Light Artillery.
Shiloh National Military Park MINNESOTA MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1915. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Erected to the first Minnesota Battery Light Artillery. 1992-068
Shiloh National Military Park OHIO INFANTRY AND ARTILLERY MONUMENTS, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Two views. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 6A-H1911. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN.
Shiloh National Military Park PEACH ORCHARD. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD2. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. PEACH ORCHARD. Bullets fired by both armies made the peach blossoms fall like snow.
Photo by Terry L. Weaver." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park PENNSYLVANIA 77TH INFANTRY MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. ODK211. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. PUBLISHED FOR R. D. SHAW AND A. B. PHILLIPS, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. PENNSYLVANIA 77th INFANTRY MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. This monument was erected in honor of the men serving in this regiment at Shiloh. 1995-046
Shiloh National Military Park Pittsburg Landing, Shiloh National Military Park, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. Vintage. Color. Divided back. No. A-46566. TICHNOR BROTHERS, INC., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. "RECEIVED BY MUSEUM
JUN 1 1936
MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Purchase: Tallman Collection."
Shiloh National Military Park POST OFFICE AND CONCESSION BUILDING. Shiloh National Military Park. Shiloh, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. K-14193. Chrome. “Lusterchrome” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON 15, MASS. 1995-046
Shiloh National Military Park PUTNAM STUMP, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3873. Linen. Pub. by R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. 2000-009
Shiloh National Military Park RUGGLES' BATTERY. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-CD-11. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION "SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. RUGGLES' BATTERY. Late on the afternoon of April 6, 1862, parts of eleven Confederate batteries were concentrated against the Union center at Shiloh. Aided by these cannon, the Confederates drove back the Union flanks and captured over 2,250 soldiers defending a position which Southern soldiers remembered as a ""hornet's nest."" Many of the cannon at this battlefield site today were cast in Southern cannon foundries during the war.
NPS photo by Chuck Bray." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park RUGGLES CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY, Shiloh National Military Park, Shiloh, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-73464. Chrome. Thompson’s Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. RUGGLES CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY. Shiloh National Military Park. Shiloh, Tennessee. This line of guns represents Ruggles Confederate concentration of sixty-two cannon. This site is located near the "Sunken Road" and is one of the most interesting assortment of artillery pieces anywhere in the United States. State of Tenn. Photographic Services. 1998-030
Shiloh National Military Park SECOND TENNESSEE REGIMENT MONUMENT, CRESCENT REGIMENT LOUISIANA MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Two views. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1904. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN.
Shiloh National Military Park SHILOH CHURCH, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1919. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. L. T. McDaniel, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. "Picture of the old original Shiloh Church which stood here at the time of the battle and from which the battle took its name." 2009-027
Shiloh National Military Park SHILOH CHURCH, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1919. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Picture of the old original Shiloh Church which stood here at the time of the battle and from which the battle took its name. 1992-068
Shiloh National Military Park SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Folding postcard set. Cover views: Confederate Monument; Cannon. Card views: THE SUNKEN ROAD; GRAVE OF HENRY BURKE; WISCONSIN STATE MONUMENT; PUTNAM STUMP; GENERAL U.S. GRANT'S HEADQUARTERS; MICHIGAN STATE MONUMENT; SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK (shows cannon); ARKANSAS MONUMENT; SECOND TENNESSEE REGIMENT MONUMENT; ADMINISTRATION BUILDING; ILLINOIS STATE MONUMENT; CONFEDERATE BURIAL TRENCH; LOG CABIN; IOWA STATE MONUMENT; INDIAN MOUND; BLOODY POND; The Cherry Mansion, Savannah, Tenn.; CONFEDERATE MONUMENT; JOHNSTON'S MONUMENT. Narrative on inside cover.
Shiloh National Military Park SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENNESSEE. Two views: ARKANSAS MONUMENT; SECOND TENNESSEE REGIMENT MONUMENT. Color. Border. Divided back. No. 3869. Linen. © R. D. SHAW. Pub. by R. D. Shaw, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
Shiloh National Military Park SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. near Savannah, Tenn. Iowa Monument. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 58823-B. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. Near Savannah, Tenn. Iowa Monument is one of the popular landmarks in this Military Park. The Battle of Shiloh was fought April 6-7, 1862. Grant (U) 33,000 vs. Johnston and Beauregard (C) 40,000. The Union victory broke the Confederate hold on western Tennessee. Color by C. H. Ruth. 1998-030
Shiloh National Military Park SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. Where Federal Gunboats went into action. Federal gunboats shelled Confederates from this point. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. ODK-201. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. PUBLISHED FOR R. D. SHAW AND A. B. PHILLIPS, SHILOH, TENN. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. Where Federal Gunboats went into action. Federal gunboats shelled Confederates from this point. 1995-046
Shiloh National Military Park Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Subject: The Sunken Road, Grave of Henry Burke, Wisconsin State Monument, J. D. Putnam stump, General U.S. Grant's Headquarters, Michigan State Monument, Arkansas State Monument, 2nd Tenn. Regt. Monument, Administration Building, Illinois State Monument, Confederate Burial Trench, Log Cabin, Iowa State Monument, Indian Mound, Bloody Pond, the Cherry Mansion, Johnston's Monument. Multiple views. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. PUBLISHED FOR R. D. SHAW AND A. B. PHILLIPS, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. THS
Shiloh National Military Park THE GIANT OAK TREE UNDER WHICH GEN. ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON DIED STILL STANDS AS A LIVING MEMORIAL TO THIS GREAT SOUTHERN LEADER. JOHNSTON OAK & MONUMENT. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. NO. 77 © COY GOOCH PHOTOS. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. VIEW CARDS. Muskegon, Hts., Michigan
Shiloh National Military Park THE ORIGINAL SHILOH CHURCH. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 5DK-265. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Published for R. D. Shaw and A. B. Phillips, Shiloh, Tenn. "THE ORIGINAL SHILOH CHURCH. SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK. SHILOH, TENNESSEE. The Battle of Shiloh took its name from this church." 1995-046
Shiloh National Military Park THE SUNKEN ROAD. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. SH-2. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY COASTAL EXPOSURES INC., MAINE. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "SHILOH N.M.P. The Sunken Road. The major fighting between Union and Confederate on April 6, 1862 occurred along this farm road.
Photo by © David Muench." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Shiloh National Military Park WHERE GEN. ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSON WAS KILLED, SHILOH, BATTLEFIELD, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Photo. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1993-058
Shiloh National Military Park WISCONSIN STATE MONUMENT, SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1914. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. L. T. McDANIEL, PITTSBURG LANDING, TENN.
Signal Mountain "ALONG THE DIXIE HIGHWAY," TENNESSEE RIVER FROM BOULEVARD AND AUTO ROAD, SIGNAL POINT, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A-44873. C.T. American Art, Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. Lookout Series No. 27, Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. THS 956
Signal Mountain 11381. THE "W" WALDEN'S RIDGE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. COPR. DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. “PHOSTINT” CARD. MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. "RECEIVED BY MUSEUM
MAY 26 1920
MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Donor: L. M. Moyer Estate."
Signal Mountain 11381. THE "W" WALDEN'S RIDGE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. “PHOSTINT” CARD. MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. 1996-119
Signal Mountain 116–Chattanooga, Tenn. "The Lone Pine," Signal Point, Walden's Ridge. Color tint. Message face. Undivided back. MAC GOWAN-COOKE PRINTING CO., Chattanooga, Tenn. Art Publishers. THS 527
Signal Mountain 71165–SIGNAL MOUNTAIN INN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. "PHOSTINT" Card, Made Only by Detroit Publishing Co. THS 893
Signal Mountain 71203–VIEW FROM SIGNAL MOUNTAIN LOOKING TOWARD CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. "PHOSTINT" CARD, Made Only by Detroit Publishing Co. THS 893
Signal Mountain 922. GRAND CANYON OF THE TENNESSEE AS VIEWED FROM SIGNAL MOUNTAIN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1126. Linen. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 882
Signal Mountain 924. MOONLIGHT FROM SIGNAL POINT, SHOWING TENNESSEE RIVER AND VALLEY. Color. Divided back. No. 6A-H1128. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" 2016-033
Signal Mountain 924. MOONLIGHT FROM SIGNAL POINT, SHOWING TENNESSEE RIVER AND VALLEY. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1128. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2019-062
Signal Mountain Alexian Brothers Rest Home, Signal Mountain, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #74150. Correspondence on reverse. Published only by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "ALEXIAN BROTHERS REST HOME - Atop Signal Mountain - Elevation 2,000 feet above sea level, 9 miles from Chattanooga Tenn. A modern fireproof residence for Men. Temporary or Permanent Guests Accommodated. Complete therapy department." 2000-044
Signal Mountain Alexian Brothers Rest Resort, Signal Mountain, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #74150. Correspondence on reverse. Published only by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "ALEXIAN BROTHERS REST RESORT - Atop Signal Mountain - Elevation 2,000 Feet Above Sea Level, 9 miles from Chattanooga, Tenn. A Modern Fireproof Residence for Men. Temporary or Permanent Guest Accommodated. Complete Physio-Therapy Department." THS
Signal Mountain BRADY'S POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN R.R., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 5805. PUBLISHED BY D. R. WEILL, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. BRADY'S POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN. The Federals in advancing from the North used Signal Mountain as a point from which signals were sent to the troops South of the Mountain. Electric line now runs from Chattanooga to the Mountain top, 2000 ft. above sea level, where there is a magnificent fire proof hotel, golf links, etc. Also excellent automobile roads. Now famous summer resort. 2021-107
Signal Mountain CH-44. THE "W" ROAD UP SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S15171. Chrome. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. THE "W" ROAD UP SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. This series of switchbacks named the "W" because of their resemblance to the letter enables the road at this point to attain the summit of the mountain. The town of Signal Mountain is located on the top, which is part of the Cumberland Plateau. Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2017-063
Signal Mountain FALLING WATER, WALDEN'S RIDGE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Message face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. E. C. KNOPP, PUBL. MILWAUKEE, No. 1410. E. C. KROPP CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. TSLA dB 32841. THS 872
Signal Mountain GRAND CANYON OF THE TENNESSEE AS VIEWED FROM SIGNAL MOUNTAIN. Color. White border. Divided back. 6A-H1126. Line. "C.T. Art-Colortone." Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Signal Mountain GRAND CANYON OF THE TENNESSEE, SIGNAL MTN., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. No. I-V-85. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 2006-029
Signal Mountain James' Point and Signal Mt. R. R., Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. R-46660. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. PHOTOCHROM." LOOKOUT SERIES NO. 8. PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE & CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2018-032
Signal Mountain JAMES POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. No. R-46667. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. C.T. AMERICAN ART. Goldsby-Porter Family Papers. 1990-090
Signal Mountain James Point, Signal Mountain, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2300. Pub. by D. R. Weill, Chattanooga, Tenn. Photo by W. H. Stokes. Postmark: Greeneville, Tenn., 1954.
Signal Mountain JAMES POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. R-46667. PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. C. T. AMERICAN ART. JAMES POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. On the boulevard going up Signal Mountain looking towards Chattanooga. The scenery from this Point is particularly beautiful. The mountain can be reached by interurban cars that stop in front of one of the finest Summer Resort Hotels in the South. 2021-107
Signal Mountain JAMES POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. R-46667. C.T. American Art. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. THS 995
Signal Mountain JAMES POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.–24. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 2300. Linen. Pub. by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.–Made in U.S.A. "JAMES POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The Federals, in advancing from the North, used Signal Mountain as a point from which signals were sent to the troops south of the Mountain. Electric line now runs from Chattanooga to the Mountain top 2,000 ft. above sea level, where there is a magnificent fireproof hotel, golf links, etc. Also excellent automobile roads. Now famous summer resort."
Signal Mountain LITTLE FALLING WATER - WALDEN'S RIDGE. Sepia tone image with beige border. Correspondence (notes) written on obverse. Photo. 1971-109
Signal Mountain Looking East from Brady's Point, Signal Mountain, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #2597-N. Pub. by D. R. Weill, Chattanooga, Tenn. "LOOKING EAST FROM BRADY'S POINT, SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENN. William's Island in the Tennessee River and Lookout Mountain in the distance." 2016-033
Signal Mountain Lover's Leap, Walden's Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 402 126. Published by L. J. Pettus, Chattanooga, Tenn. Printed in Great Britain. 2018-032
Signal Mountain SCENE IN MIDDLE CREEK, WALDEN'S RIDGE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-19973. Published by T. H. Payne & Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. C.T. PHOTOCROM. 2005-052
Signal Mountain Signal Mountain Hotel, Signal Mountain, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #21 (front). #10795 (reverse). E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee SIGNAL MOUNTAIN HOTEL, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Signal Mountain, all-year-round resort, forty minutes from Chattanooga by electric car or automobile, is one of the genuine surprises and treats for visitors. Although so convenient, and connected by modern transportation, it is amid rugged scenery. Two thousand feet altitude explains its cool, healthful air, and fine water. The hotel and many bungalows are built of pink sandstone." 1997-042
Signal Mountain Signal Mountain Inn, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. #18454. Pub. by D. R. Weill, Chattanooga, Tenn. "SIGNAL MOUNTAIN INN, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Signal Mountain all-year round resort, forty minutes from Chattanooga by electric car or automobile, is one of the genuine surprises and treats for visitors. Although so convenient, and connected by modern transportation, it is amid rugged scenery . Two thousand feet altitude explains its cool, healthful air, and fine water. The hotel and many bungalows are built of pink sandstone." 2016-033
Signal Mountain SIGNAL MOUNTAIN R. R., SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. A-44872. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. AMERICAN ART." PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A.
Signal Mountain SIGNAL POINT, LOOKING TOWARDS CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-44691. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. C.T. AMERICAN ART. "SIGNAL POINT. LOOKING TOWARD CHATTANOOGA, TENN. One of the most beautiful and diversified views around Chattanooga–showing from Signal Point. The Tennessee River, Williams Island, mountains and the city. In the Civil War, Signal Point was a signaling station, flags being used in daytime, fires at night. A few moment's walk from the Point is a modern hotel of several hundred rooms." 1994-241
Signal Mountain Signal Point, Walden's Ridge, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 12009. Published by S. H. Kress & Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Signal Mountain The "W" on the Road to Walden's Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 15566. Pub. by D. R. Weill, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Signal Mountain The "W" Signal Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 101. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A “COLOURPICTURE” PUBLICATION, BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. SOLD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. This famous engineering feat is located on Signal Mountain, seven miles north of Chattanooga. The series of switchbacks is the only way for the highway to gain the summit of the mountain. The town of Signal Mountain is located on the top, which is part of the Cumberland Plateau. Elevation above sea level is 2000 feet. THS 900
Signal Mountain The "W" Signal Mountain, near Chattanooga, Tennessee. 101. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 65877. Photo by Cline Studios. Published Only by Cline Studios, Chattanooga, Tenn. "Tichnor Quality Views," Made Only by Tichnor Brothers, Inc., Boston, Mass. "This famous engineering feat is located on Signal Mountain, seven (7) miles north of Chattanooga. The series of switchbacks is the only way for the highway to gain the summit of the mountain. The town of Signal Mountain is located on the top, which is part of the Cumberland Plateau . Elevation above sea level is 2,000 ft." 1998-037
Signal Mountain THE "W", WALDEN'S RIDGE, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 11381. "PHOSTINT" CARD, Made Only by Detroit Publishing Co. THS 872
Signal Mountain THE GRAND CANYON OF TENNESSEE FROM SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE, SHOWING TENNESSEE RIVER. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 7760 N. Pub. by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. - Made in U.S.A. "Rising in majestic splendor over two thousand feet above sea level, the palisades of the Tennessee River are outstanding for their natural rugged beauty. Through the Grand Canyon, with Signal Mountain on one side and Elder Mountain on the other, flows the mighty Tennessee River, now being developed by the Tennessee Valley Authority. One twentieth of the potential hydro-electric power in America is in the Tennessee River Basin." 2016-033
Signal Mountain THE W. WALDENS RIDGE, 7 MILES FROM CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "ALONG THE DIXIE HIGHWAY." Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 12018. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. C.T. AMERICAN ART.
Signal Mountain THE W. WALDEN'S RIDGE, 7 MILES FROM CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "Along the Dixie Highway." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 12018. PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. C. T. AMERICAN ART. THE W. WALDEN'S RIDGE, 7 MILES FROM CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "Along the Dixie Highway." Topography of the country around Chattanooga has necessitated some feats of engineering that are decidedly unusual in appearance. The "W" approaching summit of Walden's Ridge is one of the most unique. This road leads to a region famous for health giving properties. 2021-108
Signal Mountain The W. Walden's Ridge, 7 Miles from Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 12018. PUBLISHED BY READ HOUSE CIGAR CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Signal Mountain WILLIAMS ISLAND FROM SIGNAL POINT. SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2016-033
Smithville 7 SPRINGS HOTEL, Smithville, Tenn. Red, Black and White Sulphur, Chalybeate, Lithia and Freestone Water. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "Our Red and Black Sulphur Water is sold at all the Soda Fount.s. and Drug Stores in your city.

Postmark: 1909." 2002-076

Smithville Appalachian Center for Crafts. Amy Henson Briggs, Senior BFA Exhibition. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tenn. GP 55 2006-100
Smithville Appalachian Center for Crafts. Art–Graham Campbell-Wood. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tenn. GRAHAM CAMPBELL–WOOD. Reverse side–polychromed wood gaming table. 2006-100
Smithville Appalachian Center for Crafts. Art–Robert Coogan–Metals. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tenn. ROBERT COOGAN–METALS. Reverse side–copper vessel. 2006-100
Smithville Center Hill Reservoir. Smithville, Tenn. Black & white. Divided back. No. 49176. Photo. PICTO-CARDS – KAESER & BLAIR, CINCINNATI, OHIO 2016-033
Smithville Scene on Highway 26. Near Smithville, Tenn. Black & white. Divided back. No. 25792. Photo. SILVERCRAFT – MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. 2016-033
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tenn. THE SAM DAVIS HOME, SMYRNA, TENN. U.S. 41. © Cline. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. BIG ROCK AND TREE WHERE SAM DAVIS TIED HIS HORSE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 70953. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "BIG ROCK AND TREE WHERE SAM DAVIS TIED HIS HORSE, Sam Davis Home, Smyrna, Tennessee. Sam Davis tied his horse here the last night he was home.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken."
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. BUST OF SAM DAVIS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 56744. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. SAM DAVIS. The 21 year old Tennessee Confederate Soldier who chose death by hanging rather than betray his friends and country. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. FAMILY BURIAL GROUND. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 54585. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME.
Here may be seen the monument erected by the father of Tennessee's Boy Hero. The wording on the monument:
In Memory of Samuel Davis
A member of the 1st Tennessee Regiment of Volunteers
Born October 6, 1842; Died November 27, 1863
Aged 21 years, 1 Month and 21 days.
He Laid Down His Life For His Country,
A truer Soldier, A purer Patriot, A Braver Man
Never Lived. He Suffered Death On The Gibbet Rather Than Betray His Friends and Country.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. FAMILY ROOM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 124021. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "Family Room: On his last visit home Sam hid his horse at the Big Rock, crawled to the house, tapped on the East Window of this room, was admitted by his mother who prepared food for him and his father repaired his boots. He softly kissed his sisters goodbye as they slept on the trundle bed. Several interesting items original.
Color Photography by Jim Yett." 2011-006
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. GIRLS BACK BED ROOM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 126846. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "GIRLS BACK BED ROOM – Rugs hand woven by members of family. Country furniture in pine and maple is accented by documented paper of the early 19th century.
Color Photography by Jim Yett." 2011-006
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. GIRL'S FRONT BED ROOM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 124024. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "Girl's Front Bed Room: Rugs handwoven (hooked) by nieces of Sam Davis and copies of originals. Paint trim Prussian Blue identical to original. Wash stand circa 1830. Bowl and Pitcher Flo Blue China – Reel – Small Sewing Machine original. Small wardrobe Andirons – Very lovely and interesting room.
Color Photography by Jim Yett."
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. GIRL'S FRONT BED ROOM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 124024. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "Girl's Front Bed Room: Rugs handwoven (hooked) by nieces of Sam Davis and copies of originals. Paint trim Prussian Blue identical to original. Wash stand circa 1830. Bowl and Pitcher Flo Blue China – Reel – Small Sewing Machine original. Small wardrobe Andirons – Very lovely and interesting room.
Color Photography by Jim Yett." 2011-006
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. OFFICE WHERE PLANTATION OVERSEER CAME FOR INSTRUCTIONS, SAM DAVIS HOME, SMYRNA, TENN., U.S. 41. © Cline. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. OLD DINNER BELL, SAM DAVIS HOME, SMYRNA, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. I-T-235. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. PARLOR BED ROOM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 124022. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "Parlor Bed Room: A most interesting room and furnishings, pictures of Sam over mantel documented wallpaper – Bedspread handwoven in 1841 – Authentic for period and detail.
Color Photography by Jim Yett." 2011-006
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. PARLOR. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 126845. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "PARLOR – Original Brussels carpet, parlor furniture. Note wallpaper and border are documented reproduction of 1850 period paper.
Color Photography by Jim Yett." 2011-006
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 124018. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME - Just off U.S. 41 and Interstate 24. Smyrna, Tennessee. This home now stands as a state shrine and as a memorial to the 21 year old Tennessee Confederate soldier who chose death rather than betray his friends and country. 2011-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 124018. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME - Just off U.S. 41 and Interstate 24. Smyrna, Tennessee. This home now stands as a state shrine and as a memorial to the 21 year old Tennessee Confederate soldier who chose death rather than betray his friends and country.
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 54580. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL HOME. Smyrna, Tennessee. This home now stands as a state shrine and as a memorial to the 21 year old Tennessee Confederate soldier who chose death on the gallows rather than betray his friends and country.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. SLAVE CABINS at SAM DAVIS HOME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 39349. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "SLAVE CABINS at SAM DAVIS HOME – Just off U.S. 41, Smyrna, Tennessee stands the home of the immortal boy hero of the South. Now a State Shrine, this home stands as a memorial to the 21 year old Tennessee Confederate soldier who chose death on the gallows rather than betray his friends and country.
Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon." 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. SMOKEHOUSE AND KITCHEN, SAM DAVIS HOME, SMYRNA, TENN., U.S. 41. © Cline. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. TRUNK, BELONGING TO SAM DAVIS, USED WHILE IN WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE AT NASHVILLE, TENN., 1860, SAM DAVIS HOME - SMYRNA, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. I-T-236. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation, Smyrna, Tennessee. Where Sam Davis tied his horse when he visited home, Smyrna, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. I-T-1. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation. Smyrna, Tennessee. DINING ROOM. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 126847. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "DINING ROOM – Original fine old loomed strip carpet. Dessert set in Old Paris and flat silver is coin. Table, hunt board, Jackson Press, sugar chest and chairs are of cherry. Portrait over mantel is that of a close friend of Mrs. Davis. Note documented wallpaper and fine Audubon print.
Color Photography by Jim Yett." 2011-006
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation. Smyrna, Tennessee. FAMILY ROOM. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. I-T-223. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna Historic Sam Davis Home and Plantation. Smyrna, Tennessee. FLOWER GARDEN, SAM DAVIS HOME, SMYRNA, TENN., U.S. 41. © Cline. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Smyrna SAM DAVIS HOUSE, Smyrna, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P13691. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUBLISHED BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO., 327 MAIN ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. "SAM DAVIS HOUSE. SMYRNA, TENN. Birthplace and home of Sam Davis, near Smyrna, Tenn. Youthful Scout of the Confederate Army who was executed by the Federals because he would not divulge the name of the person from whom he secured information.
Color by C. H. Ruth." 2018-032
Smyrna SAM DAVIS, THE CONFEDERATE BOY HERE. Portrait. Sepia tone. Narrative. Divided back. Photo. "SAM DAVIS, THE CONFEDERATE BOY HERO. Who suffered death by hanging as a spy, rather than betray the confidence of one who gave him the papers found on his person, though he was offered his liberty as the price for this information." 1995-046
Smyrna SWIMMING POOL AND ATHLETIC FIELD. Smyrna Army Air Field, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1944. THS 455
Smyrna The Sam Davis Home, Confederate Boy Hero, Smyrna, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. AUBURN GREETING CARD CO., AUBURN, INDIANA. MADE IN U.S.A.
Smyrna VIEW OF SAM DAVIS HOME AND PREMISES NEAR NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. No. 15370. © WILES-HOOD. Linen. A “COLOURPICTURE” PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. PUBLISHED BY ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES, NASHVILLE, TENN. 2011-006
Smyrna YOUTH INCORPORATED. Circle Y. I. Ranch located high above the historic Stones River eight miles from Smyrna, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 90951-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY MRS. ARCHIE D. KING, 1806 WREN ST., MURFREESBORO, TENN. YOUTH INCORPORATED. Circle Y. I. Ranch located high above the historic Stones River eight miles from Smyrna, Tennessee. It is operated for both boys and girls. Summer address: Route #1, LaVergne, Tennessee. Winter address: 802 Second Avenue, South, Nashville, Tennessee. 2016-033
Sneedville Hancock County Court House, Sneedville. Greyscale. Real photo. Message face. Divided back. circa 1949. 2019-097
Somerville FAYETTE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SOMERVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Real photo. Dated approximately 1949. 2021-093
Somerville WEST SIDE SQUARE, SOMERVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Divided back. 7599. MADE BY C. U. WILLIAMS, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS. 2021-096
South Cumberland State Park GREETER FALLS. South Cumberland State Recreation Area. Friends of South Cumberland State Recreation. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. THURSTON MOORE COUNTRY, LTD., MADISON, TN 37115. "Greeter Falls. South Cumberland State Recreation Area. Friends of South Cumberland State Recreation. A not-for-profit group committed to preserving your state park. For information about the Friends of SCSRA call 615-924-2980.
Photo: Robert Ritchie." 2016-033 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
South Holston Dam MORNING GLORY SPILLWAY AT SOUTH HOLSTON DAM, EASTERN TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-12726. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
South Holston Lake South Holston Lake in Eastern Tennessee. T-29. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. K5707. Linen. A "COLOURPICTURE" PUBLICATION. PUBLISHED FOR THE ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. South Holston Lake is 24 miles long and has a shoreline of 168 miles. The lake contains 744,000 acre-feet of water. It was created by TVA's South Holston Dam on the South fork of the Holston River in east Tennessee. THS 882
South Holston Lake South Holston Lake in Eastern Tennessee. T-29. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. K5707. Linen. A "COLOURPICTURE" PUBLICATION. PUBLISHED FOR ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. South Holston Lake is 24 miles long and has a shoreline of 168 miles. The lake contains 744,000 acre-feet of water. It was created by TVA's South Holston Dam on the South Fork of the Holston River in east Tennessee.
Sparta First Methodist-Episcopal Church South. Sparta, Tennessee. Greyscale. Divided back. No. 3963. Photo. SILVERCRAFT – MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY BAKER DRUG CO., SPARTA, TENN. BillyFrank Morrison's Post Card Collection 2016-033
Sparta Swimming Pool, Camp Clements, F.F.A., Between Sparta and Spencer, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Photo. A "NATURAL-FINISH" CARD MADE BY GRAYCRAFT CARD CO., DANVILLE, VA. PUBLISHED BY NELSON DRUG COMPANY, SPARTA, TENNESSEE. 2016-033
Sparta The Famous Rock House Stopping Place of Presidents during Stage Coach Days In the Cumberland Mountains Near Sparta, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Front insert indicating plaque. No. 3979. SILVERCRAFT–MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY HENRY H. AHRENS, CHARLOTTE, N.C. GP 44
Sparta U.S. 70, "THE BROADWAY OF AMERICA" PASSING UNDER SUNSET ROCK, CUMBERLAND MTS. NEAR SPARTA, TENN. Sepia Tone. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. © W. H. CLINE, Z-28. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Postmark: Sparta, Tenn., 1936 2016-033 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Sparta Valley View from Sunset Rock on U.S. 70 near Sparta, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. SILVERCRAFT–MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY HENRY H. AHRENS, CHARLOTTE, N.C. Postmark: Sparta, Tenn., 1941. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Sparta White County Court House and Public Square, Sparta, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. SILVERCRAFT–MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY HENRY H. AHRENS, CHARLOTTE, N.C. 2019-172
Spencer "Night Scenes in Spencer, Tenn." Figures in silhouette. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse & obverse. Postmark: 1911. 2016-033
Spencer BURRITT COLLEGE BALL TEAM. Baseball club. Greyscale. Divided back. Title from original donor. Photo. 2016-033
Spencer Burritt College, Spencer, Tennessee. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 3967. Photo. SILVERCRAFT – MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY NELSON DRUG CO., SPARTA, TENN. Postmark: Tullahoma, Tenn., 1943 2016-033
Spencer Burritt College. Greyscale. White border. Hand script on obverse. Photo. "FINISHED BY JAMES A GOODWIN SPARTA, TENN." 2016-033
Spencer CHURCH OF CHRIST, SPENCER, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Photo. No. 25-62. A "NATURAL-FINISH" CARD MADE BY GRAY & THOMPSON, CHAPEL HILL, N.C. PUBLISHED BY NELSON DRUG COMPANY, SPARTA, TENNESSEE. 2016-033
Spencer STUDENT BODY AT BURRITT COLLEGE. Greyscale. Divided back. Title from original donor. Photo. Group photograph, exterior of building. 2016-033
Spring City GREETINGS FROM WATT'S BAR LAKE, SPRING CITY, TENNESSEE. Shows man fishing from canoe on lake. Color. Divided back. No. K-2323. Chrome. "LUSTERCHROME" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON 15, MASS. 1999-009
Spring Hill CO-7–Colonial Mansion in Middle Tennessee. Haynes Haven between Columbia and Franklin, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. No. 2C-H623. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Distributed by Independent News Service, Tullahoma, Tenn. 2016-033
Spring Hill Greetings from Saturn in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Aerial view. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. "The rolling landscape surrounding Spring Hill, Tennessee is home to big backyards, horse farms, country music stars–and Saturn Corporation, the first all-new American car company in 40 years." 2016-033
Spring Hill Greetings from Saturn in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Assembly line. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. "Here it is: Inspiration Point. The place where team members stop for a last look before Saturn cars roll off the line and on their way to new owners." 2016-033
Spring Hill Greetings from Saturn in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Assembly line. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. "As one Saturn team member put it, 'Happy workers make better cars.' And Saturn teams will tell you they're proud to be proving it." 2016-033
Spring Hill RIPPAVILLA PLANTATION. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. "RIPPAVILLA PLANTATION–Built in 1852, this magnificent Greek Revival plantation home sits on its original 1,100 acres in historic Spring Hill, Tennessee. This former Civil War headquarters is now open to the public daily as a historic house museum. Located at 5700 Main Street, Spring Hill, Tennessee, (931) 486-9037. Headquarters for the Tennessee Antebellum Trail." 2016-033
Spring Hill Saturn Homecoming, 1994. Spring Hill, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. General Motors Corporation 2016-033
Spring Hill Vintage card, "SECTION L–CROPS ARE VERY GOOD IN OUR LOCALITY." Black and white. White border. Four views. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse & obverse. Postmark: 1912 2016-033
Springfield Baptist Church, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Springfield, Tenn., 1915. 1998-016
Springfield BELLS OFFICE BUILDING, SPRINGFIELD, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 61747-C. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A.
Springfield COURT HOUSE, SPRINGFIELD, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 120802. C.T. American Art Colored, Curt Teich & Co., Chicago. Court House, pre-1920 before addition of clock tower. 2016-033
Springfield Court House, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 5A573-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Court House post-1920 addition of clock tower. 2016-033
Springfield Creek Scene, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. No. 9216. Pub. by Hurt & Tanner Drug Co., Springfield, Tenn. Printed in Germany. 2018-032
Springfield First Methodist Church, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 61745-C-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. 1999-016
Springfield Government Building, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. R-57197. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. PHOTOCHROM.” PUBLISHED BY HURT & TANNER DRUG CO., SPRINGFIELD, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A.
Springfield Key Motel, Springfield, Tenn. U.S. Highways 41 and 431. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 070348. RICHER STUDIO, SPRINGFIELD, TENN. U.S. Hwys. 41 and 431. Springfield, Tenn. 55 Units – Electric Heat – Air-Conditioned – Telephone and Television – Tile Baths – W/W Carpets – Swimming Pool. 2020-039
Springfield Lover's Retreat, Porter's Cave, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9220. Pub. by Hurt & Tanner Drug Co., Springfield, Tenn. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Springfield, Tenn., 1908. 2018-032
Springfield MAIN ST., LOOKING SOUTH, SPRINGFIELD, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 61744-C. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A.
Springfield Main Street Church of Christ, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 5B-127-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD.
Springfield Methodist Episcopal Church, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 61745-C-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card.
Springfield Peoples-Tucker School, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Undivided back. No. B2157E6. Published by H. G. Zimmerman.
Springfield Post Office, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 120799-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Presently occupied by the Robertson County Museum.
Springfield Presbyterian Church, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Divided back. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. 2018-032
Springfield PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SPRINGFIELD, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 120801-N. C.T. Art-Colored. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. 2018-001
Springfield Presbyterian Church, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 120801-N. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. 1999-016
Springfield Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., Springfield, Tenn. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Pub. by Hurt & Tanner Drug Co. Printed in Germany. 2018-032
Springfield ROBERTSON COUNTY COURT HOUSE. Springfield, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 37166. Chrome. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 2018-001
Springfield Robertson County Tobacco Field, Springfield, Tenn. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Pub. by Hurt & Tanner Drug Co. Printed in Germany. 2018-032
Springfield SHALE ROCK INN, U. S. 41, Springfield, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 75866. Genuine Natural Color. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N. Y. Pub. by Jack Taylor. "SHALE ROCK INN. U.S. 41, Springfield, Tennessee. One stop complete service. Pit Bar-B-Q, Country Ham and Curb Service. Phone 9124. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lane, Jr., Owners." 1999-016
Springfield Springfield Baptist Church, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 38614-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. 1999-016
Springfield Springfield High School, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 9A776-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. 1999-016
Springfield Springfield Tobacco Market, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 61749-C-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. 1999-016
Springfield Springfield Woolen Mills, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. Reverse is damaged. 2020-044
Springfield Springfield Woolen Mills, Springfield, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 120800-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. 1999-016
Springfield THE KEY MOTEL on Highways U.S. 41 & 431, Springfield, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. ©-1958. POSTFOLIO–ARCADE LITHO. CORP., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "THE KEY HAS 42 COMPLETELY NEW AND MODERN UNITS. Electric Heat – 100% Air Conditioning. Telephone and Television In All Rooms. Tile Baths with Combination Tub-Showers. Wall to Wall Carpeting. Swimming Pool – 24 Hour Guest Service. EXCELLENT RESTAURANTS NEARBY." 2018-014
Springfield Three-month old twin donkeys, owned by Myrtle McChord of Springfield, Tenn., 1944. Black & white. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1944. 2018-034
Springfield Woolen Mills, Springfield, Tenn. Color. Divided back. 13600. 13600–POST CARD DEPARTMENT, RIGO CHEMICAL CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2018-014
St. Andrews Interior of the Chapel, St. Andrew's School, St. Andrew's, Tenn. Pub. by the Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Standing Stone State Park Dam at Standing Stone State Park – Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. Z-216. Real photo. Postmark: Hilham, Tenn., 1953. 2016-033
Standing Stone State Park STANDING STONE STATE PARK. Shows Dale Hollow Lake from overlook. Color. Foldable postcard. Narrative on inside. DISTRIBUTED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A.
Standing Stone State Park THE DAM AT STANDING STONE STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. P97178. DISTRIBUTED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. THE DAM AT STANDING STONE STATE PARK. 11,000 acres of beautiful woodland of almost primitive fastness in the Cumberlands. Boating and fishing are enjoyed on its lake; and the park is only 5 miles from popular Dale Hollow Lake where fishing is excellent. Dining room, cabins, camping, hiking, swimming, picnicking and a full range of recreational activities make this a popular park. Located on State Highway 52 near Livingston, Tennessee. 2016-033
State Capitol 12141. State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. "Clarkson Family Papers, 1779-1947. (TSLA)

Post card had been laminated." 1990-258

State Capitol 1984. State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Black and white. Message-face. Undivided back. Photo. Duncan R. Dorris, Publisher, Nashville, Tenn. Catherine Berry Pilcher Avery Papers, 1736-1971. (TSLA) 1971-109
State Capitol 1–State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Cream-colored border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 4A-H331. Linen. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. "C.T. Art-Colortone," Made only by Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, U.S.A. """STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. The grounds upon which the Capitol stands were purchased by the city of Nashville from Geo. W. Campbell for $30,000 and presented to the State, December, 1843, and are perhaps to most beautiful site for a capitol building in the world, being in the center of the city and 197 feet above the level of the Cumberland River. Grading the grounds was begun January 1, 1844; the cornerstone was laid July 4, 1845; the building was completed March 19, 1859.
The Capitol is entirely of Tennessee material, and is fireproof. The building is a parallelogram, 112x239 ft.; extreme height 206 ft. 6 in. Total cost of building and grounds $1,500,000.
Wm. Strickland was architect, and is entombed in the wall of the northern portico.
President James K. Polk and wife are buried in the grounds.
A fine bronze statue of General Jackson adorns the grounds on east side of Capitol."""
State Capitol 1–State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Yellow border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 4A-H331. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. CAPITOL NEWS CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. The grounds upon which the Capitol stands were purchased by the city of Nashville from Geo. W. Campbell for $30,000 and presented to the State, December, 1843, and are perhaps the most beautiful site for a capitol building in the world, being in the center of the city and 197 feet above the level of the Cumberland River. Grading the grounds was begun January 1, 1844; the cornerstone was laid July 4, 1845; the building was completed March 19, 1859. The Capitol is entirely of Tennessee material, and is fireproof. The building is a parallelogram, 112x239 ft.; extreme height 206 ft. 7 in. Total cost of building and grounds $1,500,000. Wm. Strickland was architect, and is entombed in the wall of the northern portico. President James K. Polk and wife are buried in the grounds. A fine bronze statue of General Jackson adorns the grounds on east side of Capitol. 2019-062
State Capitol 1–State Capitol. Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. 2010-018
State Capitol 34–Tomb of President James K. Polk, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B-H475. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. CAPITOL NEWS CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. Tomb of President James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of the United States, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. 2019-037
State Capitol 34–Tomb of President James Knox Polk, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B-H475. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. 1997-079
State Capitol 34–Tomb of President James Knox Polk, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B-H475. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. The Union News Co. "Tomb of President James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of the United States, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn." 2016-033
State Capitol 4827. STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. ADOLPH SELIGE PUB. CO., ST. LOUIS–LEIPZIG. 2019-097
State Capitol 556. State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Title bar on obverse. Divided back. C. E. WHEELOCK & CO., PEORIA, ILL. AND LEIPZIG. MADE IN GERMANY.
State Capitol 7899. Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. H. H. Tammen Co., Denver, Colo. Postmark: Indianapolis, Ind., 1917. 1990-241
State Capitol 7899. Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville. Color. Divided back. H. H. TAMMEN CO., DENVER, COLO. View of southeast corner of Capitol and grounds.
State Capitol ANDREW JACKSON MONUMENT. Located on the Capitol of Tennessee grounds, in downtown Nashville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P308584. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © Colourpicture, Boston, Mass., 02130. Photo by Bruce Miley. "ANDREW JACKSON MONUMENT. Located on the Capitol of Tennessee grounds, in downtown Nashville." 2002-083
State Capitol ANDREW JACKSON MONUMENT. Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P66763. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © Colourpicture, Boston, Mass., 02130. "ANDREW JACKSON MONUMENT. Nashville, Tennessee. Located on the State Capitol grounds in Downtown Nashville, with Life and Casualty Building in the background." 1998-030
State Capitol ANDREW JACKSON STATUE, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color tint. Embossed image. Message written on obverse. Undivided back. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., 520 WEST 84th STREET, NEW YORK, NY. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1907. 1998-063
State Capitol ANDREW JACKSON STATUE. SEVENTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 15,550. © WILES-HOOD. A "COLOURPICTURE" PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. SOLD BY NASHVILLE CARD CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1945.
State Capitol CAPITOL HILL AND DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE. Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Aerial view. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. B20698. © Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. Mike Roberts, Oakland, CA 94623. "CAPITOL HILL AND DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE. Nashville, Tennessee. Chosen because it is the highest natural point in the downtown area. Capitol Hill is the home of Nashville's state capitol." Photo: Jim Doane. 2016-033
State Capitol CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 15368. Linen. © Wiles-Hood. A "Colourpicture" Publication, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. Sold by Nashville Card Co., Nashville, Tenn. The State Capitol is renowned as one of the masterpieces of early architecture. It has been pronounced as one of the most beautiful buildings in the United States. 2018-007
State Capitol CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 15368. Linen. © Wiles-Hood. Linen. A “COLOURPICTURE” PUBLICATION, BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUBLISHED BY ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES, NASHVILLE, TENN. The State Capitol is renowned as one of the masterpieces of early architecture. It has been pronounced as one of the most beautiful buildings in the United States. 2020-044
State Capitol Do You Love Your State Capitol? What Will You Do To Help Preserve It? Shows view of State Capitol building from southeast corner. Sepia tone. Border. Undivided back. THS 893
State Capitol G 14600. The Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. Copyright 1905 by the Rotograph Co. The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City. (Germany.) Postmark: Louisville, Ky., 1901. 2018-032
State Capitol HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B6257. MIKE ROBERTS, BERKLEY, 94710. DISTRIBUTED BY SCOTTY POST CARD CO. NASHVILLE, TENN. 37210. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. S1012. 2019-097
State Capitol JACKSON MONUMENT – CAPITOL GROUNDS – NASHVILLE - TENN.–22. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9422. Pub. by Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. 1995-046
State Capitol JACKSON MONUMENT, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 6037. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE. "STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853, at a cost of $2,500,000.00. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. The architect, William Strickland of Philadelphia, died before the building was completed, and was entombed in a recess in the north wall. The building stands on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River and the building has an elevation of 75 feet 8 inches above the ground. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of (Stonewall) Jackson, a tomb of President Polk, and the Sam Davis monument." 2018-032
State Capitol JACKSON MONUMENT, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6037. PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN.–MADE IN U.S.A. "STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853, at a cost of $2,500,000.00. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. The architect, William Strickland of Philadelphia, died before the building was completed, and was entombed in a recess in the north wall. The building stands on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River and the building has an elevation of 75 feet 8 inches above the ground. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb of President Polk, and the Sam Davis monument." THS
State Capitol Jackson Statue, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 12138. PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2018-032
State Capitol Jackson Statue, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 12138. PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A.
State Capitol JAMES KNOX POLK TOMB. State Capitol Grounds. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 4DK-268. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. JAMES KNOX POLK TOMB. Tomb of President James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of the United States, located on the Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. THS 999
State Capitol Legislative Lounge, State Capitol. Color. Title bar. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S1013. Chrome. © MIKE ROBERTS COLOR PUBLICATIONS, BERKELEY 94710. DISTRIBUTED BY SCOTTY POST CARD CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 37210. "LEGISLATIVE LOUNGE, Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee.

Original State Library Room." 2017-060

State Capitol Legislative Lounge, State Capitol. S1013. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. No. B6255. © MIKE ROBERTS, BERKELEY, 94710. Distributed by Scotty Post Card Co., Nashville, Tenn. 37210. "LEGISLATIVE LOUNGE, Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee." S1013.
State Capitol MONUMENT TO JAMES KNOX POLK, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Embossed. Undivided back. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., 520 WEST 84th STREET, NEW YORK, NY. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1907. 2021-055
State Capitol Monument to Sam Davis of Tennessee, Tennessee State Capitol in Background, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. E. C. KROPP CO., PUBL., MILWAUKEE. No. 6357. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. THS 991
State Capitol MONUMENT TO SAM DAVIS, CIVIL WAR HERO, ON STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. No. 15,549. Linen. A "COLOURPICTURE" PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. SOLD BY NASHVILLE CARD CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2019-056
State Capitol MONUMENT TO SAM DAVIS. CIVIL WAR HERO ON STATE CAPITOL GROUNDS. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. CAVEAT: Water damaged. No. __549. Sold by Nashville Card Co., Nashville, Tenn. "Colourpicture" Publication, Cambridge, Mass.
State Capitol NA-27. NIGHT-TIME SCENE OF STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-4724. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The grounds upon which the Capitol building is located are perhaps the most beautiful site for a capitol building in the world, being the center of the city and 197 feet above the level of the Cumberland River. The building is of Grecian architecture, constructed of fossilized limestone, hewn and chiseled from the quarries around Nashville–the blocks of stone weighing from six to ten tons. On the grounds are several monuments and historical markers, including a fine bronze statue of General Jackson." THS 882
State Capitol NA-28. STATE CAPITOL. NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-4665. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The grounds upon which the Capitol building is located are perhaps the most beautiful site for a capitol building in the world, being in the center of the city and 197 feet above the level of the Cumberland River. The building is of Grecian architecture, constructed of fossilated limestone, hewn and chiseled from the quarries around Nashville–the blocks of stone weighing from six to ten tons. On the grounds are several monuments and historical markers, including a fine bronze statue of General Jackson." THS 882
State Capitol NASHVILLE, TENN. State Capitol. Color. Vintage. View of East Portico. Message face. Narrative on reverse. Undivided back. No. 5192. Raphael Tuck & Son, "RaphoType" Postcard, No. 5192, "NASHVILLE, Tenn." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN. THE STATE CAPITOL, situated on Capitol Hill, is of pure Grecian architecture, 239 by 138 feet, surmounted by a mammoth reproduction of the monument of Lysicrates. The building was erected in 1853, and cost $1,500,000. On the grounds are the tomb of President James K. Polk, and a replica of Mills' celebrated equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson. 2018-055
State Capitol NASHVILLE, TENN. State Capitol. Color. Vintage. White bottom border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 5192. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS "RAPHOTYPE" POST CARD NO. 5192. ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. PRINTED IN HOLLAND. THE STATE CAPITOL, situated on Capitol Hill, is of pure Grecian architecture 239 by 138 feet, surmounted by a mammoth reproduction of the monument of Lysicrates. The building was erected in 1853, and cost $1,500,000. On the grounds are the tomb of President James K. Polk, and a replica of Mills' celebrated equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson. 2021-096
State Capitol NASHVILLE, Tenn. Tomb of James K. Polk on Capitol Grounds. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2572. Raphael Tuck & Sons' Series No. 2572, "Nashville, Tenn." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1915. 2018-032
State Capitol POLK TOMB, CAPITOL GROUNDS. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. """POLK TOMB–NASHVILLE (On Capitol Hill). ""He visioned a broader country wherein the blessings of liberty might be enjoyed."" James K. Polk was the seventh president of the United States.""
WELCOME TO NASHVILLE DURING HOME-COMING WEEK. SEPTEMBER 19-26, 1931."
State Capitol PRESIDENT AND GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON'S MONUMENT ON CAPITOL HILL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. E. C. KROPP PUB. MILWAUKEE, NO. 5979. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. THS 1086
State Capitol President James K. Polk's Tomb in the Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tennessee. Black and white. White border. Divided back. No. N-66. Photo. A "Natural-Finish" Card Made by Graycraft Card Co., Danville, Va. Photo Copyright by Wiles–Photographers. THS 457
State Capitol SAM DAVIS MONUMENT CAPITOL. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. """SAM DAVIS MONUMENT. Capitol Grounds, Nashville. Erected to honor the memory of the young Confederate Hero, who chose to die rather than betray one who trusted him. Work of the sculptor Zolnay.""
WELCOME TO NASHVILLE DURING HOME-COMING WEEK SEPTEMBER 19-26, 1931."
State Capitol SAM DAVIS MONUMENT, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. A-35722. PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. C. T. AMERICAN ART. SAM DAVIS MONUMENT, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE. This Monument was erected to the memory of Sam Davis, the young Confederate hero who gave his life rather than to betray a friend. It stands near the southwest entrance to the Capitol grounds and is the work of the Sculptor Zolnay. 2021-097
State Capitol SAM DAVIS MONUMENT, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. A-35722. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. AMERICAN ART.” PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. SAM DAVIS MONUMENT, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE. This Monument was erected to the memory of Sam Davis, the young Confederate hero who gave his life rather than to betray a friend. It stands near the southwest entrance to the Capitol grounds and is the work of the Sculptor Zolnay. 2021-096
State Capitol Sam Davis Monument, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. A-4163. PUBLISHED BY S. H. KRESS & CO. MADE IN U.S.A. TSLA dB 34077
State Capitol SAM DAVIS, TENNESSEE'S FAVORITE CONFEDERATE HERO. Narrative and title on reverse. Color. #2DK-1924. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. "SAM DAVIS, TENNESSEE'S FAVORITE CONFEDERATE HERO, was born Oct. 6, 1842, near Murfreesboro. He was a trooper in Coleman's Scouts and was captured by the Federals with secret papers of great value to the Confederacy. Threatened with death unless he gave the source of his information, he steadfastly refused. He was hanged at Pulaski, Tenn. Nov. 27, 1863. He was buried in the home graveyard which is now a southern shrine at Smyrna, Tennessee. The bronze statue by G. J. Zobnay, on the State Capitol grounds, was erected 1909 by contributions of Citizens from every state." Color by L. D. Thompson.
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL – NASHVILLE – TENN.–96. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 19766. Linen. Pub. by Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. "On the terrace grounds of the Capitol are several handsome pieces of statuary, a fine equestrian statue of President Jackson, the tomb of President Polk and the Sam Davis Monument. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected 1845-1853, cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. Located on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River, height of building 75 feet 8 inches."
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL AND WAR MEMORIAL BUILDING. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P13711. Photo. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. "STATE CAPITOL AND WAR MEMORIAL BUILDING. Nashville, Tennessee. The city of Nashville presented the grounds where the State Capitol is located to the State of Tennessee in December of 1843. It is ideally located in the center of the city almost 200' above the Cumberland River. The War Memorial Building, erected jointly by the City of Nashville and Davidson County is a memorial to soldiers of all wars." Color by C. H. Ruth.
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL AT NIGHT, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3EK-255. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. C.B.S. Card Service, P.O. Box 28810, Memphis, TN 38138. "Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853 at a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Andrew Jackson, a tomb of President Polk and his wife, a monument to Sam Davis and Alvin C. York." PHOTO COURTESY OF THE DIVISION OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT, NASHVILLE, TENN.
State Capitol State Capitol at Night, Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 5C-H629. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. CAPITOL NEWS CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2018-055
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL AT NIGHT–NASHVILLE -TENN.–53. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 20068. Linen. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. "Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853, as a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. The architect, William Strickland, of Philadelphia, died before the building was completed and was entombed in a recess in the north wall. The building stands on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River and the building has an elevation of 75 feet 8 inches above the ground. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb of President Polk, and the Sam Davis monument." MSS 747
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL AT NIGHT–NASHVILLE -TENN.–53. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 20068. Linen. Pub. by Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn.–Made in U.S.A. 1995-046
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL BY NIGHT, NASHVILLE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-35733. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., “C.T. AMERICAN ART.” PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2018-043
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 4A-H331. Linen. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE," Made only by Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, U.S.A. "STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. The grounds upon which the Capitol stands were purchased by the city of Nashville from Geo. W. Campbell for $30,000 and presented to the State December, 1843, and are perhaps the most beautiful site for a capitol building in the world, being in the center of the city and 197 feet above the level of the Cumberland River. Grading the grounds was begun January 1, 1844; the cornerstone was laid July 4, 1845, the building was completed March 19, 1859." 2016-033
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Black and white. Oval porthole photo. Davie Printing Co., Stationers. Undivided back. "Private Mailing Card. Authorized by Act of Congress of May 19, 1898."
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Gloss tone. Copyright Wiles. Photo. No. B-121. Pub. by Capital News Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mfd. by Fort Wayne Printing Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. 1995-046
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. E. C. KROPP CO., PUB. MILWAUKEE, WIS., NO. 5994. E. C. Kropp Co., Pub., Milwaukee, Wisc. Postmark: 1910.
State Capitol State Capitol, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 20728. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1910. 2020-044
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Plate 5940. Pub. by S. H. Kress & Co. 2010-018
State Capitol State Capitol, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. No. 20728. Printed in Germany. THS 853
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Embossed image. Vintage. Shows Capitol with insert with State Seal. Divided back. 2020-044
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Zibart Brothers, Nashville, Tenn., Pubs. Catherine Berry Pilcher Avery Papers, 1736-1971. (TSLA) 1971-109
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Message-face. Vintage. Divided back. ZIBART BROTHERS, NASHVILLE, TENN., PUBS. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1907.
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Message-face. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. Zibart Brothers, Nashville, Tenn.–Pubs. Postmark: Florence, Ala., 1907. 2020-039
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. R-58870. Published by Williams Printing Co., Nashville, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. C.T. PHOTOCHROM.
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. View card. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 12141. Published by S. H. Kress & Co., Made in U.S.A. Postmark: Ethridge, Tenn., 1910.
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. SOUVENIR POST CARD CO., NEW YORK. PRINTED IN GERMANY. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1910 THS 193
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. 97. Illustrated Postal Card Co., New York-Germany. Postmark: Dover, N.J., 1908. 2018-042
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. White border on right side. State seal. Divided back. No. 97-5. Illustrated Post Card Co. 97-5. 1996-051
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 4A-H331. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Made Only by Curt Teich & Co., Inc., Chicago, U.S.A. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. 2010-018
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Decorative background. Vintage card. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. ADOLPH SELIGE PUB. CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. (?) Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1910. 2019-097
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Exterior, Southwest corner. c. 1909. Color. Divided back. Commercial Colortype Co., Chicago, Illinois. THS 991
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message face. Undivided back. Message on obverse. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, MADE EXP. FOR ZIBART BROS. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. Postmark: Nashville, Tenn., 1906. 2019-097
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. E. C. KROPP CO., PUBL., MILWAUKEE, NO. 1294. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 2019-056
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. PUBL. BY ILL. CARD CO., NEW YORK. 1479. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. Postmark: Columbus, Ohio, 1905. 2020-226
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Title bar. Undivided back. E. C. KROPP, MILWAUKEE. MADE EXP. FOR ZIBART BROS. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROTHERS, NASHVILLE, TENN. Postmark: Paducah, Kentucky, 1906. 2020-226
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN.–63. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 11292 N. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853, at a cost of $2,500,000.. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. The architect, William Strickland of Philadelphia, died before the building was completed and was entombed in a recess in the north wall. The building stands on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River and the building has an elevation of 75 feet 8 inches above the ground. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb of President Polk, and the Sam Davis monument." 1990-236
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN.–63. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 11292. Published by Zibart Bros., Nashville, Tenn.–Made in U.S.A. THS
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. 2. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. J6163. Linen. A “COLOURPICTURE” PUBLICATION, BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. SOLD BY NASHVILLE CARD CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2019-062
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. N-57. Message written on obverse. Photo Copyright by Wiles–Photographers. A "Natural-Finish" Card Made by Graycraft Card. Co., Danville, Va. "On the terrace grounds of the Capitol are several handsome pieces of statuary, a fine equestrian statue of President Jackson, the tomb of President Polk and the Sam Davis Monument. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected 1845-1853, cost $2,500,000. Its architecture is that of a Greek Ionic Temple and is located on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 2C-P2003. P-3–Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photochrom" Post Card. """STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENN. The grounds, purchased by the City of Nashville for $30,000, were presented to the State December 1843, and are perhaps the most beautiful site for a capitol building in the world, being in the center of the city and 197 feet above the level of the Cumberland River. The cornerstone was laid July 4, 1845 and the building completed on March 19, 1859.
Wm. Strickland was architect, and is entombed in the wall of the northern portico.
President James K. Polk and wife are buried in the grounds. A fine bronze statue of General Jackson adorns the grounds on east side of Capitol""" 2000-017
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P65456. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 30, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853 at a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb of President Polk and the Sam Davis Monument. 2011-006
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. State Library and Archives in background. Divided back. No. P65456. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture. Boston, Mass. 02130. "STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853 at a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb of President Polk and the Sam Davis Monument." 2016-033
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 2DK-158. Photo. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. """STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853 at a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb for President Polk and the Sam Davis Monument.""
Also seen: Tennessee Supreme Court Building, Tennessee State Library and Archives Building."
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Eastern portico, ca. 1940. Gray scale. Divided back. The Mayrose Co., Publishers, Linden, N.J. Department of Conservation photograph? 2018-007
State Capitol State Capitol, Nashville, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo Copyright By Wiles Photographer. A "Natural Finish" Card Made by Graycraft Card Co., Dansville, Va. On the terrace grounds of the Capitol are several handsome pieces of statuary, a fine equestrian statue of President Jackson, the tomb of President Polk, and the Sam Davis Monument. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected 1845-1853, cost $2,500,000. Its architecture is that of a Greek-Ionic Temple. And is located on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River. 2020-039
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. NW view: State Capitol, Capitol Hill, Tennessee State Library and Archives Building. Color. White border at bottom. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 110574. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853 at a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Green Ionic Temple. On the terrace grounds are several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of President Jackson, a tomb of President Polk and the Sam Davis Monument. 2005-058
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. KC 178. PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS SALES, NASHVILLE, (615) 902-9663. MADE IN U.S.A. BY POSTCARD USA. PHOTO BY TENNESSEE MEDIA SERVICES, KARINA MCDANIEL, PHOTOGRAPHER. "NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Overlooking Memorial Square in downtown Nashville is the stately and historic Tennessee State Capitol." 2019-097
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 12141. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. "C.T. PHOTOCHROM." PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROTHERS, NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. Postmark: 1914. THS 193 THS Picture Collection
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 12141. Published by Zibart Bros., Nashville, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. C.T. AMERICAN ART. TSLA db 32823.
State Capitol STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. THE LARGEST POWDER PLANT IN THE WORLD IS LOCATED AT NASHVILLE. NASHVILLE–THE POWDER CITY OF THE WORLD. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. C.T. AMERICAN ART. PUBLISHED BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. "STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853, at a cost of $2,500,000. The architectural idea is that of a Greek Ionic Temple. The architect, William Strickland of Philadelphia, died before the building was completed and was entombed in a recess in the north wall. The building stands on an eminence 175 feet above the Cumberland River and the building has an elevation of 75 feet 8 inches above the ground. On the terrace grounds several handsome pieces of statuary. These include an equestrian statue of Stonewall Jackson*, a tomb of President Polk, and the Sam Davis monument."
State Capitol Statue of Andrew Jackson, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Divided back. No. N-65. Photo. PHOTO COPYRIGHT BY WILES–PHOTOGRAPHERS. A "NATURAL-FINISH" POST CARD BY GRAYCRAFT CARD CO., DANVILLE, VA.
State Capitol STATUE PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 12138. Published by Zibart Bros., Nashville, Tenn. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED by Curteich Co., Chicago.
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL – NASHVILLE. STATE SENATE CHAMBERS, (INSERT) STATE HOUSE CHAMBERS. LEGISLATIVE PLAZA FOUNTAIN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. B14053. DISTRIBUTED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. © MIKE ROBERTS COLOR PRODUCTIONS, OAKLAND, CA 94623. TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL of Ionic Greek architecture highlighting the House of Representatives and the Senate Chamber, Nashville. 2021-097
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol Building at Nashville, Tenn. Grey tone. Divided back. "12/8/81. Gift-Nebraska State Historical Society. Post Card removed from the TSLA State Library Photograph Collection.
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol Building at Nashville. 13. Color. Photo by Wiles ©. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 74050. Pub. by Southern Latex Co., Nashville, Tenn. Tichnor Quality Views. Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. 'The Capitol Building at Nashville is built entirely of Tennessee material. The architect was William Strickland and the building and grounds cost $1,500,000."
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol Building at Nashville. Vintage. Sepia tone. Undivided back. Photo. "TSLA dB 43540.
Catherine Berry Pilcher Avery Papers, 1736-1971. (TSLA)" 1971-109
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol Building, Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6C-K840. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Natural Color Reproduction – Curteichcolor © Art-Creation. 2016-033
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Cream-colored border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9697. Pub. by Covington and Lawrence Sales Co., Nashville, Tenn.
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL, Nashville. Black and white. Message-face. Divided back. Jno. F. Draughon's Post Card. "This photograph was made for the literature of Draughon's Practical Business College Company. Home Office: Nashville, Tenn. 31 Colleges in 17 States. Division Headquarters: St. Louis, Washington, Atlanta, Little Rock, and Dallas."
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Color. Title bar. Vintage. Divided back.
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE. Color. Vintage. Title bar on obverse. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. ZIBART BROTHERS, NASHVILLE, TENN., PUBS. "Carmack has been avenged in these halls this very Month!" 2017-060
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL, with the silhouetted statue of Andrew Jackson, seventh President of the United States. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B6250. Photo. the Continental Card © Mike Roberts, Berkeley 94710. Distributed by Scotty Post Card Co., Nashville, Tenn. 37210. 2011-006
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol. CAPITOL BLEND COFFEE. Advertisement. Color. White border. Divided back. "CAPITOL BLEND COFFEE, Sold by Grocers. No. 1 Can 35¢, No. 3 Can $1.00." 2018-032
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol. Color. White bottom border. Capitol & fountains. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. B6249. Mike Roberts, Berkeley 94710. Distributed by Scotty Post Card Co. Nashville, Tenn. 37210. "TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL, a classic example of Ionic Greek architecture, was designed in 1843 by William Strickland and completed in 1855. Nashville, Tennessee." S1004. 2018-014
State Capitol TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 30201-B. Chrome. Genuine Natural Color Made by DEXTER PRESS, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. "TENNESSEE STATE CAPITOL. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Built at a cost of 2½ million dollars, and completed in 1859, the Capitol is now being renovated at a cost of 3 million dollars, without changing its lines. The building, designed by William Strickland, is the architecture of a Greek Ionic Temple." 2018-032
State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol. View North from Legislative Plaza. Color. White border. No. B14051. Photo. Royal Mini Print © Mike Roberts Color Productions, Oakland 94623. Southern Post Card Co., Inc., P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. ONE OF THE MAIN FEATURES of downtown Nashville is the classic Greek State Capitol building. William Strickland, who designed the building was also one of the principal architects of the United States Capitol, in Washington, D.C. 2011-006
State Capitol THE STATE CAPITOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Title on obverse. Divided back. M & B TOPEKA? THS 1086
State Capitol THE STATE CAPITOL. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. """THE STATE CAPITOL. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ""On every side spread out broadly undulating fields of grass and corn into illimitable distance. A landscape diversified with broad clearings, tufts of magnolia and poplar, shining mansions, withdrawing vales and purple atmosphere.""
WELCOME TO NASHVILLE DURING HOME-COMING WEEK SEPTEMBER 19-26, 1931."
State Capitol The Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Message-face. State Seal on obverse. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2454. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS' "OILETTE" "STATE CAPITOLS, U.S.A." Postcard 2454. ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN. Printed in England. The State Capitol of Tennessee is in Nashville, one of its principal cities. Tennessee has an area of 42,050 square miles, and was admitted to statehood in 1796. The name is an Indian word, and is said to signify "a bend in the river." THS 1086
State Capitol TOMB OF PRESIDENT JAMES KNOX POLK, CAPITOL GROUNDS, NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 14973. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E.C. KROPP, MILWAUKEE, WIS. PUB. BY CAPITOL NEWS CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. © BY WILES. Tomb of President James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of the United States, Capitol Grounds, Nashville, Tenn. 2011-006
Stewart Greeting card, "Greetings – Stewart, Tenn." Color. Two views: L&N Railroad bridge crossing Kentucky Lake; "A nice showing of KENTUCKY LAKE game fish." Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-64. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Stewart is located in Houston County. 2016-033
Stewart Greeting card, "Greetings from Stewart TENNESSEE." Greetings from the Moonshine State. Color. White border. Cartoon depictions of hillbilly, cotton bale, Lookout Mountain, fishing, and TVA dam. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 5DK-594. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "TENNESSEE. Tennessee is Habit-Forming. It's a place where traditions are cherished and progress is a way of life – Keep Tennessee Green, Bring Money!" 2018-021
Stones River National Battlefield FALLS ON STONES RIVER BATTLEFIELD. MURFREESBORO, TENN.–1. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 1600. Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. "The historic Stone's River is famous for the Battle of Murfreesboro and Stone's River which was fought during the Civil War on December 31, 1862 and January 2, 1863." 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield Forts on Stones River Battlefield, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Color. Divided back. A. L. Smith & Co., Publishers. 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield MU-4–Entrance to U.S. National Cemetery. Stone's River National Military Park, Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Distributed by Independent News Service, Tullahoma, Tenn. "THE BATTLE OF MURFREESBORO (Stone's River) was fought on December 31, 1862, January 2, 1863, about two miles northwest of the city . The battlefield site is now a national park. The Stone's River National Cemetery was established in 1867." 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield National Cemetery – Stone's River Battlefield – Murfreesboro, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Photo. No. I-T-48. 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield STONES RIVER BATTLEFIELD. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-32752. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "STONES RIVER BATTLEFIELD. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Dec. 31 to Jan. 2, 1863. This battle was the beginning of the end for the Confederacy. This three day battle left over 23,000 dead and wounded on this field." 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield STONES RIVER BRIDGE AND FORTS, MURFREESBORO, TENN.–15. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 19950 N. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. "A forgotten view of Stones River and Redoubt Brannan, a Civil War fort, from the vantage point of the historic Dixie Highway (now old Murfreesboro Road)." 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD. HAZEN BRIGADE MONUMENT AND CEMETERY. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. SR-10. © Eastern National Park & Monument Association. © Photo by David Wright. Pub. by Coastal Exposures, Inc., Maine. "STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD. HAZEN BRIGADE MONUMENT AND CEMETERY. The Hazen Brigade Monument and Cemetery, erected by members of the Brigade in late 1863, is one of the nation's oldest Civil War monuments. It was built in the critical area that Hazen's Brigade defended on the first day of the Battle of Stone's River, December 31, 1862." 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD. MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE. THE NATIONAL CEMETERY. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 90077. Photo. Pub. by Walter H. Miller & Co., Inc., Williamsburg, Virginia. Color Photo by Walter H. Miller. "STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD. MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE. THE NATIONAL CEMETERY, established in 1865, is the resting place of over 6,100 Union soldiers, of whom 2,562 are unknown. The Army of the Cumberland Monument was erected as a memorial to its troops who fell in battle." A National Park Service Area. 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD. MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE. WATERS' ALABAMA BATTERY. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 90079. Photo. Pub. by Walter H. Miller & Co., Inc., Williamsburg, Virginia. Color Photo by Walter H. Miller. "STONES RIVER NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD. MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE. WATERS' ALABAMA BATTERY. Confederate artillery was able to advance to this point through the cedar trees. All of the guns in this position are of Confederate manufacture." A National Park Service Area. 2016-033
Stones River National Battlefield THE BATTLE OF STONES RIVER, DEC. 31 to JAN. 2, 1863. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P34965. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., P.O. Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "THE BATTLE OF STONES RIVER. DEC. 31 to JAN. 2, 1863. The turning point of the Civil War. This battle was the beginning of the end for the Confederacy. This three day holocaust left over 23,000 dead and wounded on this field." 1998-030
Stones River National Battlefield THE BATTLE OF STONES RIVER. DEC. 31 to JAN. 2, 1863. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P89799. Chrome. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass., 02130. "THE BATTLE OF STONES RIVER. DEC. 31 to JAN. 2, 1863. The turning point of the Civil War. This battle was the beginning of the end for the Confederacy. This three day holocaust left over 23,000 dead and wounded on this field." Color by R. E. Calonge. 2016-033
Stribling Greeting card, "Greetings from Stribling Tenn." Color. Embossed image. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 987. Stribling is located in Stewart County. 2016-033
Sunbright Birds eye view of Sunbright, looking East. Black and white. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: 1909. 2016-033
Sunbright Greeting card, "Greetings from SUNBRIGHT, TENN. This is nature's beauty spot." Color. Insert. Pennant. Divided back. No. 839. Pennant Landscapes, Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Sunbright is located in Morgan County. 2016-033
Sunbright MOM & POP'S MODERN CABINS – U.S. HI-WAY 27 – 5 MI. SO . OF SUNBRIGHT, TENN. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. National Press, Inc., North Chicago 2016-033
Sunbright RIDGEDALE CAMP ON U. S. 27. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 18234. Photo. PHOTOTONE – NORTHWESTERN PRINTING HOUSE, CHICAGO, ILL. "RIDGEDALE CAMP – Rock Cabins. Private Showers, Natural Gas Heat. 4 Miles North, Sunbright, Tenn. 33 Miles South, Ky., State Line." 2016-033
Sunbright Sunbright Motel & Diner. U.S. Hwy. 27. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 41,354F. Photo. Pub. by Hotel & Motel Supply Co., 34 N. Brentwood, Clayton, Mo. "SUNBRIGHT MOTEL. U.S. Hwy. 27. Sunbright, Tennessee. 40 miles south of Kentucky border; 112 miles north of Chattanooga. Gateway to Rock City and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Most direct route to Mammoth Cave., Ky. New ultra-modern air-conditioned electric and safe air heat. State 'Grade A' diner for guests. Phone 628-9800." 2016-033
Sunbright SUNBRIGHT MOTEL, SUNBRIGHT, TENN. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. East & West Postcard Co., Inc., 140 West 42nd St., N.Y.C. Made in U.S.A. 2016-033
Sunbright SUNBRIGHT MOTEL, SUNBRIGHT, TENN. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Lumitone Photoprint, New York. Made in U.S.A. "SUNBRIGHT MOTEL ON U.S. 27. 37 Miles South of Kentucky Border. 112 Miles North of Chattanooga. New – Ultra Modern – Stone Veneered. Electric & Safe Heat – Air-Conditioned. MR. & MRS. GUS YOUNG, Owners & Managers, Sunbright, Tenn. Phone: 141." 2016-033
Sunbright SUNBRIGHT MOTEL. Sunbright, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. S23800. Photo. Published by Thompson's Commercial Photographers, Knoxville, Tennessee. "SUNBRIGHT MOTEL. Sunbright, Tennessee. For Tourist, 37 Miles South of Kentucky Border, 112 Miles North of Chattanooga on U.S. 27. Gateway to Rock City and The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. New Ultra Modern, Electric and Safe Air Heat, Air Conditioned. Good Dining Service for Guest. Phone MA 8-9800. Mr. & Mrs. Gus Young, Owners & Mgr." 2016-033
Sunbright YOUNG'S ROCK COURT, SUNBRIGHT, TENN. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 60886. Pub. by C. L. Manning Sales, P.O. Box 164, Rockford, Ill. Silvercraft, Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Swallow Bluff SWALLOW BLUFF, TENNESSEE. Color. Vintage. Divided back. PUB. BY TENNESSEE RIVER SOUVENIR & POST CARD CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. 2019-155
Sweetwater SWEETWATER WOOLEN MILLS, SWEETWATER, TENN. Sepia tone. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Real photo. Postmark: Sweetwater, Tenn., 1908. 1996-119
Sweetwater T. M. I. Football Team, Sweetwater, Tenn. Color tone. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. Photo. Postmark: Sweetwater, Tenn., 1907.
Sweetwater TENNESSEE MILITARY INSTITUTE, SWEETWATER, TENN. Black & white. White border. Divided back. No. 54636-C. Photo. C.T. PHOTO-FINISH–MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO, U.S.A. 2018-032
Sweetwater TENNESSEE MILITARY INSTITUTE, SWEETWATER, TENN. Greyscale. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. Photo. Postmark: Sweetwater, Tenn., 1907.
Sweetwater TENNESSEE MILITARY INSTITUTE, SWEETWATER, TENN. Two-card folding panorama. Greyscale. Border. 2 copies. Divided back. One has correspondence on reverse. Oversized cards. Postmark: Sweetwater, Tenn., 1909.
Tate Springs HOLSTON RIVER FERRY, NEAR TATE SPRINGS, TENN. Color. Vintage. Message face. Divided back. B 10591. LITHO-CHROME. GERMANY. No. B10591. PUBLISHED BY A. B. ANDERSON, TATE SPRINGS, TENN. Postmark: Russellville, Tenn., 1907. 2021-093
Tate Springs HOTEL PARK, TATE SPRINGS, TENN. Sepia tone. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. 1142G. NO. 1142G. PUBLISHED BY OWEN BROS., HILLSON CO., BOSTON, BERLIN AND LEIPZIG. Postmark: Tate Springs, Tenn., 1906. THS 1086
Tate Springs LOOKING EAST FROM HOTEL VERANDA, TATE SPRING[S], TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. C 9602. LITHO-CHROME. GERMANY. NO. 9602. PUBLISHED BY A. B. ANDERSON, TATE SPRING, TENN. MADE IN GERMANY. Postmark: Tate Springs, Tenn., 1908. THS
Tate Springs RED SULPHUR SPRING, MINERAL HILL. Greyscale. White descriptive border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. S. B. NEWMAN & CO., KNOXVILLE. Postmark: Ripon, Tenn., 1924. 2016-033
Tate Springs SOUTH WING OF HOTEL, TATE SPRING, TENN. Sepia tone. Vintage. Undivided back. No. 1145G. NO. 1145G. PUBLISHED BY OWENS BROS., HILLSON CO., BOSTON, BERLIN AND LEIPZIG.
Tate Springs TATE SPRINGS HOTEL, TATE SPRINGS, TENN., NEAR MORRISTOWN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 57381. C. T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N. C. Postmark: Tate Springs, Tenn. 1929. THS
Tate Springs THE FAMOUS TATE SPRINGS, TATE SPRINGS, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A-57380. C. T. AMERICAN ART. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. MADE IN U.S.A. "Postmark: Tate Springs Rural Sta., Tenn., 1925.
TSLA Digital dB #46364." THS
Tate Springs THOS. TOMLINSON'S HOTEL AT TATE SPRING, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Porthole image. Message face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. PUB. BY JNO. R. JARNIGAN. PUB. BY JNO. R. JARNIGAN.
Tate Springs VIEW ON GOLF LINKS, TATE SPRINGS, TENN. Sepia tone. Vintage. Undivided back. 1143G. NO. 1143G. PUBLISHED BY OWEN BROS., HILLSON CO., BOSTON, BERLIN AND LEIPZIG. Postmark: Tate Springs, Tenn., 1907. 2009-008
Tellico Plains LATH MILL, TELLICO PLAINS T. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. Photo. 1998-016
Tellico Plains VIEW AT TELLICO PLAINS, TENN. #2. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. Photo. 1998-016
Tennessee "STATE BELLES," Series of Post Cards No. 2669. "A DAUGHTER OF TENNESSEE." Color. Divided back. Raphael Tuck & Sons' "STATE BELLES" Series of Post Cards No. 2669. Art Publishers To Their Majesties The King and Queen. Photochromed in Saxony. 2016-033
Tennessee 370. A MOUNTAIN ROADWAY. Color. White border. Divided back. E-7083. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Tennessee 430–SUMMER HOMES IN THE HEART OF THE MOUNTAINS. Color. White border. Divided back. 43010. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Tennessee 576–A PANORAMIC VIEW IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 44546. Linen. © JIM THOMPSON CO., KNOXVILLE. METROCRAFT, EVERETT, MASS. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 882
Tennessee 577–AN OLD-FASHIONED SWINGING BRIDGE ACROSS A MOUNTAIN CREEK. Color. White border. Divided back. 34764. Linen. © Jim Thompson Co., Knoxville. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Tennessee 786–PICTURESQUE WATERFALLS. "IN THE HEART OF THE MOUNTAINS." Color. White border. Divided back. 22162. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Tennessee A-25. A WINDING HIGHWAY IN TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 107423. C.T. AMERICAN ART-COLORED. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2016-033
Tennessee A-25. SCENE ON THE MEMPHIS TO BRISTOL HIGHWAY IN TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 46093. COMMERCIALCHROME. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. 1998-016
Tennessee A-31. NATURAL BRIDGE, IN THE MOUNTAINS OF TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 15920-C. C.T. AMERICAN ART-COLORED. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Postmark: Bloomfield, Ky., 1936.
Tennessee A-31. NATURAL BRIDGE, IN THE MOUNTAINS OF TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 15920-C. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N. C. C. T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. 2021-097
Tennessee A-38. THE LOOP ON THE L & N RAILROAD, NEAR TENNESSEE-GEORGIA LINE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 90275. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 882
Tennessee ARBUCKLE'S ARIOSA COFFEE. Map of Tennessee. Color. Inserts. © 1889 Arbuckle Bros., New York Lith. by Donaldson Bros., New York 2016-033
Tennessee CLIFF NEAR MEMPHIS & BRISTOL HIGHWAY, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 22837. 22837–Pub. by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. COMMERCIALCHROME. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. THS
Tennessee Decorative art card, "TENNESSEE," single woman holding sculpture. State seal. Color. Brown background. Copyright 1907 St. John. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. National Art Company 2016-033
Tennessee Decorative postcard commemorating the Bredesen gubernatorial inauguration of 2007. Color. Divided back. © 2007 Anderson Thomas Design, Inc., Nashville. "'Tennessee,' a limited-edition print by Nashville artist Joel Anderson, celebrates the Bredesen Inauguration in a sweeping composite of our state's rolling hills, agriculture, lakes, urban development and mountains. In the foreground, Tennessee's state flower, the iris, offers a splash of color. This signature image conveys Governor Phil Bredesen's 2007 inaugural theme, 'Our State, Our Future.'"
Tennessee GENERALIZED GEOLOGIC MAP OF TENNESSEE, 1970. STATE OF TENNESSEE. DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. DIVISION OF GEOLOGY. Robert E. Hershey, Director and State Geologist. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Oversized. WILLIAMS & HEINTZ MAP CORPORATION, WASHINGTON D.C 20027, U.S.A. Modified from Geologic Map of Tennessee (Scale 1/250,000), 1966. Available from Tennessee Division of Geology, G-S State Office Building, Nashville, Tennessee 37219. 2016-072
Tennessee Greeting card, "DOWN HOME IN TENNESSEE," (1) Color. Divided back. Words by permission of B. Feldman & Co., Music Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Publishers, Holmfirth (England) and New York. "Songs" Series No. 4953/1. "DOWN HOME IN TENNESSEE
I'm so happy, oh, so happy, don't you envy me?
I leave to-day at three for sunny Tennessee;
Dad and mother, sis' and brother, waiting for me there
And at the table, next to Mabel, there's an extra chair." 2016-033
Tennessee Greeting card, "DOWN HOME IN TENNESSEE," (2) Color. Divided back. Words by permission of B. Feldman & Co., Music Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Publishers, Holmfirth (England) and New York. "Songs" Series No. 4953/2. "Down Home In Tennessee
Back home in Tennessee, just try to picture me
Right on my mother's knee, she thinks the world of me;
All I can think of to-night is a field of snowy white,
Banjo ringing, darkies singing, all this world seems bright.
The roses round the door make me love mother more;
I'll see my sweetheart Flo, and friends I used to know,
Why, they'll be right there to meet me, just imagine how they'll greet me
When I get back, when I get back to my home in Tennessee" 2016-033
Tennessee Greeting card, "DOWN HOME IN TENNESSEE," (2) Color. Divided back. Words by permission of B. Feldman & Co., Music. Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Publishers, Holmfirth (England) and New York. "Songs" Series No. ____ . 2016-033
Tennessee Greeting card, "DOWN HOME IN TENNESSEE," (3) Color. Divided back. Words by permission of B. Feldman & Co., Music. Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Publishers, Holmfirth (England) and New York. "Songs" Series No. 4953/3. "Down Home In Tennessee
At the station my relations all will be on hand,
With a Home-town band, they best band in the land;
Hezekiah and Maria, they'll hand me a laugh,
And my old dad will be so glad, he'll kill the fatted calf." 2016-033
Tennessee Greeting card, "Ever Loving Thoughts … DOWN HOME IN TENNESSEE." Color. Decorative border. Divided back. Words by permission of B. Feldman & Co. Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Publishers, Holmfirth (England) and New York. 2016-033
Tennessee Greeting card, "GREETINGS FROM TENNESSEE." Color. Large letter. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 15,565. Linen. A "COLOURPICTURE" PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. PUBLISHED BY NATIONAL DRUGGIST SUNDRY CO., MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. THS 990
Tennessee Greeting from TENNESSEE. Color. Split view: State Capitol, The Hermitage. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. No. P17394. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 30, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., P.O. Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Picture at right: The Hermitage, the home of Pres. Andrew Jackson, 12 miles east of Nashville on U.S. Hwy. 70.
Tennessee Greetings from Northeast Tennessee. Three views: Lake, rhododendron blossoms, and waterfall. #P014-30.
Tennessee Greetings from TENNESSEE "The Volunteer State." Two views: Moccasin Bend, State Capitol. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. G90594. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "MOCCASIN BEND ON THE TENNESSEE RIVER."
Tennessee GREETINGS FROM TENNESSEE THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. Multiple inserts. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P13026. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. TENNESSEE The Volunteer State. State Capitol: Nashville. State Flower: Iris. Area: 42,246 sq. miles. Tenn. ranks 16th in Population. 2017-063
Tennessee Greetings from TENNESSEE The VOLUNTEER State. IRIS STATE FLOWER. TENNESSEE STATE FLAG. Map. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B8862. Chrome. MIKE ROBERTS, EMERYVILLE 94608. C.B.S. CARD SERVICE, P.O. BOX 28810, MEMPHIS, TN 38128. Area: 42,244 square miles. THS 857
Tennessee Greetings from TENNESSEE, "The Volunteer State." Yellow background. Insert for pioneer, iris. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. DT-59169-B. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. PUB. BY C.B.S. CARD SERVICE, 501 FRANKLIN DR., PARIS, TN 38242. TENNESSEE "The Volunteer State". CAPITAL: Nashville. AREA: 42,244 sq. mi.
Tennessee Greetings from TENNESSEE, The Volunteer State. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3DK-942. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. TSLA dB 32860.
Tennessee Greetings from Tennessee, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Shows Pictorial Map of Tennessee on yellow background. Davy Crockett. Elvis. Iris. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. DLP-1024. Chrome. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. B. CROCKER CO., INC., ATLANTA, GA 30341. Pub. by Don Lancaster Photography, 2143 Treasurer, Memphis, TN 38131 © 1981. TENNESSEE, the Volunteer State, became the 16th State on June 1, 1796. Music is probably the state's number one commodity to the world with the blues born on Beale St. in Memphis and the Grand Ole Opry originating in Nashville, the Capital. THS 857
Tennessee GREETINGS FROM TENNESSEE. "The Volunteer State." Color. Yellow background. Map of state, insert for pioneer. Color. Divided back. HSC-312. Chrome. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. B. CROCKER CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. "TENNESSEE – 'The Volunteer State'."
Tennessee GREETINGS FROM TENNESSEE. Color. Eight views: Reelfoot Lake, State Capitol, Hermitage, Norris Dam, Loop-Over in Great Smoky Mountains, Moccasin Bend, Mississippi River scene, and Cumberland River near Clarksville. Also shows yellow pictorial map of Tennessee. Key to views on reverse. Color. Divided back. No. 6B-H1395. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD.
Tennessee Greetings from Tennessee. Interstate Highway scene. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. C10725TN. Chrome. SCENIC SOUTH CARD CO., BESSEMER, ALA. 35020. "Greetings from Tennessee. This Interstate Highway scene is typical of Tennessee's beautiful Interstate System. Whether you're traveling Interstate 24, 75, 40, 81, 640 or 65 or just a country lane – It's fun to be in Tennessee."
Tennessee Greetings from TENNESSEE. Shows Pictorial Map of Tennessee on a light blue background. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. K-5991. “LUSTERCHROME” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON 15, MASS.
Tennessee Greetings from TENNESSEE. TENNESSEE. HOME OF COUNTRY MUSIC. Five views: State Capitol, Entrance to Graceland, Home of Loretta Lynn, the Hermitage, and a black bear. Color. Green background. Narrative on reverse. No. B114. Chrome. © MCART CO. PRINTED IN HONG KONG. DISTRIBUTED BY "SCOTTY" NASHVILLE, TENN. 37210. 1997-047
Tennessee Greetings from WEST TENNESSEE. Two views: Pickwick Dam and Locks, and Riverside Drive, Memphis. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 65649-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Thompson's Community Service, Paris, Tennessee. "Top view: Pickwick Dam and Locks, Tennessee River near Savannah, Tennessee. This view shows a tow boat and barges entering the locks where they will be raised to a higher level on their trip up Tennessee River (Pickwick Lake).
Lower view: Riverside Drive along the Mississippi River, Memphis, Tennessee. This scenic highway speeds traffic around the business section of Memphis and gives the tourist a sweeping panorama of the broad Mississippi."
Tennessee Horseback Riding in Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 9C-K2738. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN.
Tennessee INTERSTATE 65. Color. Divided back. No. SPC-124-C. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 Color photo by R. E. Calonge. 2020-226
Tennessee Mockingbird & Iris. Shows Tennessee U.S. Postal Service 20-cent stamp. Color. Divided back. Andrews Cachet, Box 1808, Asheboro, N.C. 27203. A Non-Exclusive Licensee of the United States Postal Service. Stamp Design © United States Postal Service 1982. THS 857
Tennessee MY HOMELAND TENNESSEE. Music by ROY LAMONT SMITH. Words by GRAYSON TAYLOR PEARSON. Adopted 1925. Color. Multiple views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3DK-943. Linen. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTIONS. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE.
Tennessee MY HOMELAND TENNESSEE. Music by ROY LAMONT SMITH. Words by GRAYSON TAYLOR PEARSON. Adopted 1925. Color. Multiple views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9A-H1743. Linen. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTIONS. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. 2018-050
Tennessee MY HOMELAND, TENNESSEE. Shows lyrics to state song. Eight views: State Flag, Moccasin Bend and Chattanooga, State Seal, Norris Dam, State Flower, Loading Cotton on Mississippi River, State Bird, and State Capitol. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3DK-943. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN.
Tennessee N-256. A TYPICAL CABIN HOME. "IN THE HEART OF THE MOUNTAINS." Color. White border. Divided back. 45502. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Tennessee N-274. ONE OF THE GOOD ROADS THROUGH TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-4457. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 882
Tennessee N-401. A BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN WATERFALL IN MID-AUTUMN. Color. White border. Divided back. E-4458. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Tennessee N-463. YE TENNESSEE HILLS. Prose by Mrs. S. L. Pitts. Color. Multiple fields. Divided back. E-4966. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Tennessee N-52. A PICTURESQUE OLD WATER WHEEL DURING INDIAN SUMMER. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-4449. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Tennessee N-782. MOUNTAIN RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM. Color. White border. Divided back. Photo by U.S. Forest Service. E-8870. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 995
Tennessee Postcards of America. TENNESSEE'S CONFEDERATES. Myers Brown. No. A-86866. 12 images. PUBLISHED BY ACADIA PUBLISHING CO. "Tennessee boasts a rich history. In this collection of vintage-photograph postcards, Myers E. Brown II and the Tennessee State Museum explore the state's Confederate past.
Note: copyrighted. DO NOT COPY ANY OF THE IMAGES IN THIS COLLECTION." 2020-067
Tennessee SCENIC … HISTORIC … RECREATIONAL ... TENNESSEE, America's Central Vacation Land. Color. Three views. Caricatures. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B-H365. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Tennessee Department of Conservation. Postmark: 1947. 2016-033
Tennessee SCENIC NORTHEAST TENNESSEE. Four views. Narrative on reverse. P013-30.
Tennessee SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM, DOUBLE TRACK, ROCK BALLAST. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. A-56056. This illustration shows a portion of Rock ballasted Double Track in Tennessee where the traveler is smoothly carried along through a rich agricultural section. The scenery is interesting and many historical points are located along the route. 2018-039
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: GREETINGS FROM TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. 17 views & cover. A “COLOURPICTURE” PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. State Capitol, Nashville. Black Bears in the Smoky Mountains National Park. "The Loop" on Newfound Gap Highway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Moccasin Bend and Chattanooga from Lookout Mountain. Lover's Leap, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga. The Old Tennessee Mill. Clingman's Dome. Highway and Chimneys in the Smoky Mountains National Park. Norris Dam. Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue on Capitol Grounds. Skyline View of Memphis on the Mississippi River. Freight Barges on Mississippi River approaching Memphis. Roll That Cotton Bale. Wilson Dam in Northern Alabama. Cumberland River, Nashville. The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson. The Parthenon, Nashville. Memorial Square Looking the State Capitol. 2019-062
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF TENNESSEE THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Color. Narrative on reverse. 12 images & cover. Cover image: Green's View, Sewanee and The Hermitage. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Two views: The Smokies and State Capitol. Lovers Leap - Rock City. TITAN Missile in propulsion wind tunnel, A.E.D.C. - Tullahoma. Ayers Hall, University of Tennessee. Mt. LeConte - Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Rhododendron - Roan Mountain. The Memphis Queen and Memphis Skyline. Pickwick Dam and Locks. The Parthenon. Reelfoot Lake - The Fishermen's Paradise. Crowds Waiting for "Grand Ole Opry" - Nashville. Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg. 2016-033
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. 19 images & cover. Cover images: Tennessee State Capitol, The Hermitage. No. D-10066. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" CREATION. DISTRIBUTED BY INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICE, TULLAHOMA, TENN. Sam Davis Monument, Pulaski. Elk River Dam, Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tullahoma. Tennessee Walking Horse, National Celebration Grounds, Shelbyville. Tobacco Field, Middle Tennessee near Gallatin. Scene on Highway U.S. 41 between Manchester and Murfreesboro. Entrance to U.S. National Cemetery, Stone's River National Military Park. Scene at Sewart Air Force Base, Smyrna. Hurricane Creek Bridge across Center Hill Lake. The Parthenon, Centennial Park. Haynes Haven between Columbia and Franklin. Scene on Highway U.S. 241 near Fayetteville. Hundred Oaks, Winchester. Cane Creek Falls in Fall Creek Falls State Park. High Altitude Jet Engine Test Facility, Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tullahoma, Goblin's Den, Wonder Cave, Monteagle. Center Hill Dam. Tennessee Walking Horse.
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF TENNESSEE. Cover views: STATE CAPITOL. Color. Narrative on inside cover. No. D-7489. 18 views & cover. Cover images: Tennessee State Capitol, Important Sites along U.S. Highways 70 and 41. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. The Parthenon, Centennial Park. Aeroplane View of Nashville. The Hermitage. Parksville Lake near Cleveland. Scenic View of Cumberland River showing Cunningham Bridge. Chickamauga Dam on the Tennessee River. Lookout Mountain and the City of Chattanooga. Lover's Leap, Rock City Gardens. MY HOMELAND, TENNESSEE. Shields-Watkins Stadium, University of Tennessee. Air View of Norris Dam and Lake. Tobacco Auction, an ever Interesting Scene. Reelfoot Lake in Northwest Tennessee. Newfound Gap and Rockefeller Memorial, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Loop-Over showing the Chimney Tops in the Distance. Memphis, Tennessee showing Mississippi River and Riverside Drive by Moonlight. Administration Building, Southwestern University, Memphis, Tenn. "The College of the Mississippi Valley." Cotton Ginning Time in Western Tennessee. THS 850
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR OF TENNESSEE. Color. 17 views & cover. Cover image: Insert of State Capitol, Andrew Jackson equestrian statue. A “COLOURPICTURE” PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. Moccasin Bend and Chattanooga, Tenn. from Lookout Mountain. The Loop-Over in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Steep Grade of the Incline, Lookout Mountain. Lovers Leap in Rock City Gardens atop Lookout Mountain. The Old Tennessee Mill. Clingman's Dome, Highest Peak in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Highway and Chimneys in the Smoky Mountains National Park. Norris Dam. Andrew Jackson Statue on Capitol Grounds. Skyline View of Memphis and the Mississippi River. Freight Barges on Mississippi River. Roll That Cotton Bale. Wilson Dam in Northern Alabama. Cumberland River. The Hermitage. The Parthenon in Centennial Park. Eagle Cliff, Monteagle, "The Million Dollar View."
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: TENNESSEE, "THE VOLUNTEER STATE." Color. Narrative on reverse. Color. 12 views & cover. Cover image: The Hermitage and Tennessee Walking Horse. Chrome. Copy #1. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUB. BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO., 327 MAIN ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. Black Bears along Highway near Gatlinburg, Tenn. The Parthenon - Centennial Park. American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge. World's Largest Rhododendron Garden, Roan Mountain. Green's View at Sewanee. Loop-Over between Gatlinburg and Newfound Gap. State Capitol, Nashville. Cane Creek Cascades, Fall Creek Falls State Park. Incline Up Lookout Mountain. Johnsonville Steam Plant and Bridge over Kentucky Lake. Boat and Barges Passing through Locks at Pickwick Dam. Jacobs Transportation Building, Chilhowee Park, Knoxville.
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: TENNESSEE, "THE VOLUNTEER STATE." Color. Narrative on reverse. Color. 12 views & cover. Cover image: The Hermitage and Tennessee Walking Horse. Chrome. Copy #2. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUB. BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO., 327 MAIN ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. Black Bears along Highway near Gatlinburg, Tenn. The Parthenon - Centennial Park. American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge. World's Largest Rhododendron Garden, Roan Mountain. Green's View at Sewanee. Loop-Over between Gatlinburg and Newfound Gap. State Capitol, Nashville. Cane Creek Cascades, Fall Creek Falls State Park. Incline Up Lookout Mountain. Johnsonville Steam Plant and Bridge over Kentucky Lake. Boat and Barges Passing through Locks at Pickwick Dam. Jacobs Transportation Building, Chilhowee Park, Knoxville. THS 850
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Color. 13 views & cover. Cover image: Tennessee State Capitol. No. P91013A. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS., U.S.A. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072. Panorama of Chattanooga from Point Park. The Lost Sea Waterfall, Craighead Caverns. Cedars of Lebanon State Park. Green's View, Sewanee. The Old Stone Bridge spanning Elk River, Lincoln County. Village of 1800. Clingman's Dome and Observation Tower. Chow Time (Black bears). Eagle Eye View of Clingman's Dome. Norris Dam on the Clinch River. 18th Century Grist Mill. Ozone Falls on Hwy. 70 between Knoxville and Nashville. Sligo Dock - Center Hill Lake, DeKalb County.
Tennessee Souvenir folder, Multiple views: TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Cover views: THE HERMITAGE; BLACK BEARS. Color. Narrative on inside cover. PUB. BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO. The Parthenon - Centennial Park. American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge. World's Largest Rhododendron Garden, Roan Mountain. Green's View at Sewanee. Loop-Over between Gatlinburg and Newfound Gap in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Tennessee Walking Horse. State Capitol, Nashville. Cane Creek Cascades, Fall Creek Falls State Park. Incline Up Lookout Mtn., Chattanooga. Johnsonville Steam Plant and Bridge over Kentucky Lake. Boat and Barges Passing Through Locks at Pickwick Dam. Jacobs Transportation Building, Chilhowee Park, Knoxville.
Tennessee Spend your playtime anytime in Tennessee's State Parks. Shows lakefront with canoeists. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Crossville, Tenn., 1947. MSS 281
Tennessee Spinning at a cabin in the Heart of the Mountains. No. 236.
Tennessee State Flag of Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9DK-282. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. STATE FLAG OF TENNESSEE. The State flag was designed by LeRoy Reeves, of the Third Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, who made the following explanation of his design: ... "The three stars of pure white, representing the three grand divisions of the state are bound together by the endless circle of the blue field, the symbol being three bound together in one ... an indissolube trinity." The flag was adopted as the official flag of the State of Tennessee by an Act of the Legislature passed in 1905. Color by State of Tenn.
Tennessee Tennessee in Needlepoint – a Homecoming '86 project of the Tennessee Extension Homemakers Council. Color. White background. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Tennessee Extension Homemakers Council.
Tennessee Tennessee Welcome Center. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B6191. C.B.S. Card Service, Route 4, Box 345, Paris, Tenn. 38242. Mike Roberts, Berkley 94710. "TENNESSEE WELCOME CENTERS located throughout the state, offer the traveling public a chance to relax and gather information while visiting the "Volunteer" state. B6191. 2016-033
Tennessee TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. "Place of the Blue Smoke." Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. KC-194. Chrome. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville (615) 367-1679. MADE IN ITALY by KINA ITALIA, MILAN. TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. The Cherokee Indians call this land the Shaconage "Place of the Blue Smoke." Tennessean's call it The Great Smoky Mountains. Photo: TN Media Services - Jed DeKalb. 1995-083
Tennessee TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Plateaus and Valleys: Tennessee will challenge any state in America with unmatched scenery. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. KC 200. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville, (615) 902-9663. Made in Italy by Kina Italia, Milan. 2016-033
Tennessee Tennessee, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Showing passenger train and autumn foliage. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. KC-185. Chrome. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville (615) 367-1679. MADE IN ITALY by KINA ITALIA, MILAN. "TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Glenn Miller had the whole world singing about the ""Chattanooga Choo-Choo."" Tennessee still does. Photo: TN Media Services, Murray Lee.
TSLA dB 32874." 1995-083
Tennessee Tennessee. Narrative about Sgt. Alvin C. York on front. White background. Face of York has been inked through. Divided back. THS 857
Tennessee Tennessee. Shows mountain bluff scene. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. KC-191. Chrome. Made in Italy by Kina Italia, Milan. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville. "TENNESSEE, THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Tennessee's massive backcountry has some of the greatest sights under the sun.
Photo: TN Media Services." 1995-083
Tennessee TENNESSEE'S RIVERS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Multiple images of riverboats. Divided back. No. KC-129. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS SALES, NASHVILLE, (615) 367-1679. MADE IN ITALY BY KINA ITALIA, MILAN. "TENNESSEE'S RIVERS. with its abundance of scenic waterways stay busy all year round with many steam boats.
Photos by Werner J. Bertsch and Chamber of Commerce." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Tennessee THE SPIRIT OF TENNESSEE. "TENNESSEE 200." BICENTENNIAL TRAIN. Color. Decorative border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. MJ1430. J18115. Photo. © 1997 Mary Jayne's Railroad Specialties, Inc. Photo Courtesy: Wesley F. Ross. "THE SPIRIT OF TENNESSEE. 'TENNESSEE 200' BICENTENNIAL TRAIN. The Spirit of Tennessee was a Touring Display Train that took the 'Tennessee 200' Bicentennial Celebration to many Communities of The Volunteer State. The Spirit of Tennessee, with E8A Unit Number 5794/1796 and E9A Unit Number 9913/1996, Officially began its Tour of Tennessee on July 4, 1996 and completed its Tour at Nashville on November 15, 1996." 2016-033
Tennessee THE SPIRIT OF TENNESSEE. "TENNESSEE 200." BICENTENNIAL TRAIN. Color. Decorative border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. MJ1430. J18115. Photo. © 1997 Mary Jayne's Railroad Specialties, Inc. Photo Courtesy: Wesley F. Ross. "THE SPIRIT OF TENNESSEE. 'TENNESSEE 200' BICENTENNIAL TRAIN. The Spirit of Tennessee was a Touring Display Train that took the 'Tennessee 200' Bicentennial Celebration to many Communities of The Volunteer State. The Spirit of Tennessee, with E8A Unit Number 5794/1796 and E9A Unit Number 9913/1996, Officially began its Tour of Tennessee on July 4, 1996 and completed its Tour at Nashville on November 15, 1996."
Tennessee THE WHO, WHAT & WHERE OF TENNESSEE. Promotional card. Color. Narrative on reverse. Oversized card. whowhatwhereart.com THE WHO, WHAT & WHERE OF TENNESSEE. Barbeque and Elvis (Memphis), Mississippi River Paddle Boats, Fishing on Reel Foot Lake, The Mockingbird (State Bird), Civil War Battle of Shiloh, Casey Jones (Jackson), Buffalo Park (Land Between the Lakes), Tennessee State Flag, Mule Days (Columbia), Tennessee Walking Horse, Grand Ole Opry (Nashville), Old Hickory (President Andrew Jackson), House boating on Dale Hollow Lake (Celina), Rock City and Ruby Falls (Chattanooga), Famous Rock City Barn Advertisements, Black Bears of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains, White Water Rafting on the Ocoee River, The Lost Sea (Sweetwater), World's Fair Ball Tower and Knoxville Zoo, Knoxville's Historical First Baptist Church, Ober Gatlinburg Cable Car (Gatlinburg), Davy Crockett Birth Place (Jonesborough), Night Racing at the Bristol Motor Speedway. 2013-061
Tennessee THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Boston, Mass. Map of Tennessee with historical inserts: State Capitol, Tobacco Drying Sheds, Navigation at Memphis. Color. Narrative on reverse. Published by THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Boston, Mass. Copyright 1891 by Perry Mason & Co. "The full set of forty-nine Maps of the States will be sent, post-paid, to any one on receipt of $1.00. To any subscriber of THE YOUTH'S COMPANION whose subscription is paid in advance, or who sends $1.75 for a year in advance, the Complete Set will be sent for half-price, 50 cents." 2016-033
Tennessee TOBACCO WAREHOUSE … HERE SOUNDS THE CALL OF THE TOBACCO AUCTIONEERS–K38. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 3860N. Linen. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milw., Wis.–(FHY). "Warehouses like this are among the largest in the world, some covering an area of six and a half acres under a single roof. As much as three million pounds of tobacco are sold at a single auction." THS 995
Tennessee Towboat on the Mississippi. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B7037. Chrome. © MIKE ROBERTS COLOR PUBLICATIONS, OAKLAND 94623. C.B.S. Card Services, Rt. 4, Box 345, Paris, TN 38242. THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER is one of the nation's most important historical features which looks virtually the same today as it did in 1776. M121. THS 857
Tennessee Unidentified Tennessee Town. Greyscale. Divided back. Photo. 1996-119
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) "On Maneuvers in Tennessee. I'm in the Circle." T/5 Leroy C. Bobo, Co. D, 81st A.R., 5th A.D. U.S.A. Historical card. Correspondence on reverse. 2004-084
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) "On Maneuvers in Tennessee. I'm in the Circle." PFC. Raymond Varvel, BTY. 3, H38, C.A. BN., A.P.O. 79, Nashville, Tennessee. Historical card. Correspondence on reverse. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) 75 MM Gun. Black and white. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Bloom Bros. Co., Publishers, Minneapolis, Minn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) 81 MM. Trench Mortor (sic) Being Used in the Army Maneuvers in Tenn. No. 646. Published by W. R. Thompson & Co., Richmond, Va. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Air Ground Support by Armored Regt., Tenn. Maneuvers. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Anti-Aircraft at Tennessee Maneuvers. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White Border. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Anti-Aircraft at Tennessee Maneuvers. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White Border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) GREETINGS FROM ON MANEUVERS IN TENNESSEE. Greyscale. Multiple views. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. F-129A. A "NATURAL-FINISH" CARD MADE BY GRAYCRAFT CARD CO., DANVILLE, VA. OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS U.S. ARMY AND MARINE CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Gun Crew in Action Protecting Road Junction, Tennessee Maneuvers. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White Border. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Gun Crew in Action Protecting Road Junction, Tennessee Maneuvers. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White Border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Infantry Crosses a Bridge on Murfreesboro-Lebanon Road. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) No. 584. Range Finder Locating Enemy Aircraft on Maneuvers in Tenn. Photo by U. S. Army Signal Corps. Published by W. R. Thompson & Co., Richmond, Va. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) No. 586. Infantryman Throws Hand Grenade while Another Pulls Pin from Grenade with his Teeth. – Tenn. Maneuvers. Published by W. R. Thompson & Co., Richmond, Va. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) No. 589. Infantryman Charge Through Smoke Screen on Tennessee Maneuvers. by U. S. Signal Corps. Greyscale. Divided back. Published by W. R. Thompson & Co., Richmond, Va. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) No. 653. 90MM. Anti-Aircraft Gun and Crew Framed by Two of its Shells in Tenn. Maneuvers. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Published by W. R. Thompson & Co., Richmond, Va. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Pigeon about to be Released with a Message at Lebanon, Tenn. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Planes Dropping Paratroopers Somewhere in Tennessee. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Planes Dropping Paratroopers Somewhere in Tennessee. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Planes Dropping Paratroopers Somewhere in Tennessee. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Planes Dropping Paratroopers Somewhere in Tennessee. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHERS – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-056
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Pontoon Bridge Across Cumberland River. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) Tanks and Infantry in Action at Tennessee Maneuvers. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) The Problem is Over and Joe Enjoys a Letter from the Loved Ones. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. Divided back. L. R. Burns - Publisher - Lebanon, Tenn. 2016-033
Tennessee Maneuvers (WWII) This Walter Hill, Tenn. Wagon Maker is too Busy to Watch the Maneuvers. U.S. Army Signal Corps. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. L. R. BURNS – PUBLISHER – LEBANON, TENN. U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS. 2019-057
Tennessee Ridge Greeting card, "Come to Tennessee Ridge and we'll have a good time." Color. Porthole image. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Tennessee Ridge is located in Houston & Stewart Counties. 2016-033
Tennessee Ridge Greeting card, "Greetings from TENNESSEE RIDGE, TENNESSEE." Color. Narrative on reverse. Two views: L&N Railroad Bridge, Kentucky Lake Game Fish. Divided back. No. 2DK-64. Photo. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. """FISH AND FEEL FIT ON KENTUCKY LAKE. Boat docks, guides and tourist facilities are available at frequent intervals along the 2,400 mile shoreline.
Top view: L & N Railroad bridge crossing Kentucky Lake.
Lower view: A nice showing of KENTUCKY LAKE game fish. Grouped around the eight pound large mouth black bass are nice specimens of stripe bass and wall eyed pike."" Color by L. D. Thompson." 2016-033
Tennessee River "Delta Queen" on the Tennessee River In Western Kentucky. Color. Divided back. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD.
Tennessee River Delta Queen. [Riverboat] Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Undivided back. No. B16711. Chrome. Southern Post Card Co., Inc., P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. Royal Mini Print. Mike Roberts, Color Productions, Oakland 94623. "DELTA QUEEN. RIVERBOATS LIKE THE DELTA QUEEN, General Jackson and Belle Carol still prowl the riverways of Tennessee. Their passengers, not unlike those of days gone by, are treated to good food, entertainment and lots of southern hospitality." B16711-Color Photo: Perry Falcon. 2016-033
Tennessee River Steamboat On The Tennessee River–Along U.S. 41–Tenn. Greyscale. Undivided back. 1-T-26.
Tennessee State Library and Archives TENNESSEE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES. WWW.TN.GOV/TSLA. ALWAYS OPEN. FULLY STOCKED. EASY TO USE. Greyscale. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF STATE "Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA)
403 7th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37243
www.tn.gov./tsla
easy to use
always available
updated daily
Available resources include rare photographs, historic documents, death indexes, 19th Century newspapers, exhibits.
Cover: Marshall's Store in Campbell Station, Tennessee. Library Collection #1587. Search for more photos at ....."
Tennessee State Library and Archives TIRED OF DIGGING? GREAT RESOURCES ARE EASY TO FIND USING THE TENNESSEE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES WEB SITE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF STATE "Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA)
403 7th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37243
www.tn.gov./tsla
easy to use
always available
updated daily
Available resources include rare photographs, historic documents, death indexes, 19th Century newspapers, exhibits.
Cover: A miner working in the Isabella Copper Mine in Polk County after an explosive blast. Library Collection #20467. Search for more photos at ...."
Tennessee State Library and Archives TSLA. PRESERVING THE PAST FOR THE FUTURE. Greyscale. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF STATE "Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA)
403 7th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37243
www.tn.gov./tsla
easy to use
always available
updated daily
Available resources include rare photographs, historic documents, death indexes, 19th Century newspapers, exhibits.
Cover: Young girl looking out at Tennessee River at Shiloh National Military Park, April 13, 1938. Dept. of Conservation Photograph Collection #18874. Search for more photos at ..."
Tennessee State Museum "The Tennessee Central Doesn't Stop Here Anymore" by Evelyn Lee-Sissom. "The Early Eighties" Exhibit, Tennessee State Museum permanent collection. 2019-155
Tennessee State Museum Charlotte Reeves Robertson. Costumes. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. TSM-8. (761438) TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM PUBLISHED BY H. K. BARNETT, ALLISON PARK, PENNSYLVANIA 15101. The figure at left wears a lace cap and a dress of white striped mull trimmed in handmade ric-rac and lace. Both were worn by Charlotte Reeves Robertson, wife of one of Nashville's founders. The figure at right wears a homespun suit belonging to Joseph Greer, the man who carried the news of the Patriot victory at Kings Mountain to Congress in 1780. 2021-093
Tennessee State Museum CLOTHING: CHARLOTTE REEVES ROBERTSON, JOSEPH GREER. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. TSM-8. 761438. PUBLISHED BY H. K. BARNETT, ALLISON PARK, PA 15101 TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. The figure at left wears a lace cap and a dress of white striped mull trimmed in handmade ric-rac and lace. Both were worn by Charlotte Reeves Robertson, wife of one of Nashville's founders. The figure at right wears a homespun suit belonging to Joseph Greer, the man who carried the news of the Patriot victory at Kings Mountain to Congress in 1780. 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum CONFEDERATE CAMP SCENE. Tennessee State Museum. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. THURSTON MOORE COUNTRY, LTD. MADISON, TN 37115. "Confederate Camp Scene. TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Pictured is a typical Confederate camp during the American Civil War. A cavalry captain and a trooper are discussing ration procurement for their company. Surrounding the two men are many artifacts used during the Civil War.
Photograph by June Dorman." 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum CRAZY QUILT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 53154308. PUBLISHED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072 CRAZY QUILT. Tennessee State Museum. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Haley, Jr. Made in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1883, this magnificent quilt of silk and cotton velvet is decorated with heavy embroidery, painting, ribbon-work, a photograph, a stuffed strawberry and 16 three-dimensional dolls. 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum Earliest dated Tennessee Quilt - signed, "Rebecah Foster/Nashville October 5/1808. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. TSM-9. 761439. PUBLISHED BY H. K. BARNETT, ALLISON PARK, PA 15101 TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. The earliest dated Tennessee quilt, signed "Rebecah Foster/Nashville 5/1808." Seventeen links of chain around each oval contain the names of the seventeen states of the Union in 1808. 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum EXHIBITION: IMPRESSIONS OF NORMANDY. Shows painting by Henri de Saint-Delis, Honfleur la plage et la jetee. Narrative on reverse informing Tennessee teachers of Tennessee State Museum exhibit to be held in early 1999. Descriptive narrative on reverse. Oversized card. Tennessee State Museum
Tennessee State Museum HOLDING THE LINE AT ALL HAZARDS by Gilbert Gaul [painting]. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 1DK-1439. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. """HOLDING THE LINE AT ALL HAZARDS."" by Gilbert Gaul.
Originals of these outstanding Confederate paintings were on display at the State Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. Smaller lithographed prints are available for purchase through Hotel Hermitage, Nashville, whose courtesy made publication of these cards possible."
Tennessee State Museum JOHN SEVIER'S .62 CALIBER PISTOL. Tennessee State Museum. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. TSM-7. 761437. PUBLISHED BY H. K. BARNETT, ALLISON PARK, PA 15101. TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. John Sevier's .62 caliber pistol, believed to have been carried at the Battle of Kings Mountain. It has German silver mounts and an inlaid silver front sight. The lock is marked "Ketland," indicating that Ketland and Company of London and Birmingham probably produced the pistol. Tennessee Historical Society Collection. 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum LEAVING HOME by Gilbert Gaul [painting]. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1440. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "LEAVING HOME by Gilbert Gaul.
Originals of these outstanding Confederate paintings were on display at the State Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. Smaller lithographed prints are available for purchase through Hotel Hermitage, Nashville, whose courtesy made publication of these cards possible."
Tennessee State Museum Mahogany, tulip poplar, pine, rosewood and leather secretary. Tennessee State Museum collection. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. FRIST CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS, 919 BROADWAY, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37203. Art of Tennessee, September 13, 2003 – January 18, 2004 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum Portrait of James Knox Polk (1795-1849) by Washington B. Cooper, about 1846. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Tennessee State Museum "TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Portrait of James Knox Polk (1795-1849) by Washington B. Cooper, about 1846. Polk, a protégé of Andrew Jackson's was called "Young Hickory." He was a congressman, governor of Tennessee, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, and eleventh President of the United States. Tennessee Historical Society Collection."
Tennessee State Museum SABER OF GENERAL SAM HOUSTON. Tennessee State Museum. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. TSM-12. 761442. PUBLISHED BY H. K. BARNETT, ALLISON PARK, PA 15101 TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Saber of General Sam Houston, given by him to Josiah Rowan. The saber has a brass hilt with traces of original silver plating, an eagle head pommel, and an ivory grip. The blade is blued steel etched with military and patriotic emblems heightened with gold wash. Tennessee Historical Society Collection. 2019-187
Tennessee State Museum TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Portrait of Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) by Ralph E. W. Earl, about 1835. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 761431. Pub. by H. K. Barnett, Allison Park, Pa. 15101. "TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Portrait of Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) by Ralph E. W. Earl, about 1835. As a soldier, Jackson was the victorious general in the Creek Indian War in 1813 and 1814, and on January 8, 1815 he defeated the British under Pakenham at New Orleans. As a statesman, he served as a congressman, senator, judge, and as seventh president of the United States. Earl painted many portraits of Jackson and was his close personal friend. Tennessee Historical Society Collection." 2016-033
Tennessee State Museum TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Portrait of Andrew Johnson (1808-75) by George Dury, about 1870. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 761431. Pub. by H. K. Barnett, Allison Park, Pa. 15101. "TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Nashville, Tennessee. Portrait of Andrew Johnson (1808-75) by George Dury, about 1870. Johnson, a tailor by profession, rose to be a congressman, senator, governor of Tennessee, and seventeenth president of the United States. Tennessee Historical Society Collections." 2016-033
Tennessee State Museum TENNESSEE SUNBURST QUILT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 53154307. PUBLISHED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072 TENNESSEE SUNBURST QUILT. Tennessee State Museum. Gift of Mrs. John H. Snider. Made in Centerville, Tennessee circa 1855 by Lucy Jane Fowlkes Nunnelee and her three oldest daughters. The pattern of this quilt was drawn by James Marcus De Lafayette Nunnelee, Lucy's husband with his surveying instruments. 2019-181
Tennessee State Museum Winding Blades Quilt. Clarksville, Tenn. Tennessee State Museum. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. PUBLISHED BY THE TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM. Winding Blades Quilt (Detail). Clarksville, TN, 1870-80, Pierced Cotton, 84 in. x 84 in. Tennessee State Museum, Cracker Barrell Old Country Store Quilt Collection, 2004.162.1. 2019-181
Tennessee Valley Authority Diagram of Tennessee Valley Authority Water Control System. 309. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 79440. Linen. Pub. by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. "Diagram of TVA Water Control System: 26 dams are operated as a unit. Reservoir levels are balanced against power needs and flood dangers. An inexhaustible natural resource is put to use." 2016-033
Tennessee Valley Authority ET-101–Scene on One of the Many Beautiful TVA Lakes in East Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD.
Tennessee Valley Authority GREAT FALLS DAM, ON CANEY FORK OF THE CUMBERLAND RIVER, WAS PURCHASED BY THE T.V.A. IN 1940. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P15430. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUB. BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO., 327 MAIN ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. "Great Falls Dam, on Caney Fork of the Cumberland River, was purchased by the T.V.A. in 1940. The Dam is 92' High and 800' Long, and located at Rock Island, between Sparta and McMinnville, Tenn.
Color by C. H. Ruth." THS 999
Tennessee Valley Authority GREETINGS FROM THE GREAT LAKES OF THE SOUTH. Great Falls Dam. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P21911. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 "Top View:
Great Falls Dam, on Caney Fork of the Cumberland River, was purchased by the T.V.A. in 1940. The Dam is 92' High and 800' Long, and located at Rock Island, between Sparta and McMinnville.
Bottom View:
Tennessee is known for its fine fishing waters, such as Center Hill, Dale Hollow, the Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake. This view shows a fisherman catching a 5½ lb. bass." THS 999
Tennessee Valley Authority N-986. VISITOR'S BUILDING AND OVERLOOK AT TVA'S FONTANA DAM ON THE LITTLE TENNESSEE RIVER, WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-10237. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 882
Tennessee Valley Authority Souvenir folder, Multiple views: VIEWS OF SOME T.V.A. PROJECTS AND TENNESSEE VALLEY. Color. Narrative on reverse. 18 views & cover. Cover: Grand Canyon of the Tennessee River; Spillway of One of the T.V.A. Dams. No. D-4538. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. MADE IN C.T. ART-COLORTONE BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. Norris Dam, Built by the T.V.A. Beautiful Norris Lake, Looking Across the Quarry. Springtime on Highway Between Knoxville and Norris Dam. Moccasin Ben from Lookout Mountain. Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals. One of Tennessee's Good Highways. Wheeler Dam. Grand Canyon of the Tennessee as Viewed from Signal Mountain. Air View of Norris Dam and Lake. Looking Across Norris Dam, Showing Portion of Lake. Springtime in the Tennessee Valley. Driveway on Top of Wilson Dam, Muscle Shoals. Norris Dam and Lake. Moonlight from Signal Point, Showing Tennessee River and Valley. Big Ridge Park Lake, Near Norris Dam. Calderwood Dam, on Little Tennessee River, Near Great Smoky Mountains National Park. East View of Wilson Dam, Muscle Shoals. Tennessee Valley Authority's Freeway near Norris Dam. GP 44
Tennessee Valley Authority Souvenir folder, Multiple views: VIEWS OF THE TENNESSEE VALLEY. Cover views: TVA WATER CONTROL SYSTEM. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. D-3276. 18 views & cover. Copy #1. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." Air View of Norris Dam and Lake. Keller Memorial Bridge. Hiwassee Dam, Western North Carolina. Moccasin Bend from Lookout Mountain. Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals. Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River. Wheeler Dam on the Tennessee River. Tennessee River Bridge at Florence, Sheffield and Tuscumbia, Ala. Turbines in Interior of Power House of Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals, Florence, Sheffield and Tuscumbia, Ala. Chickamauga Dam near Chattanooga. Fontana Dam, Western North Carolina. Douglas Dam, Eastern Tennessee. Beautiful View from Monte Sano State Park, Huntsville, Ala. The Big Spring, Huntsville, Ala. Pickwick Dam. Calderwood Dam. East View of Wilson Dam, Muscle Shoals. Wheeler Dam between Muscle Shoals and Decatur, Ala. THS
Tennessee Valley Authority Souvenir folder, Multiple views: VIEWS OF THE TENNESSEE VALLEY. Cover views: TVA WATER CONTROL SYSTEM. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. D-3276. 18 views & cover. Copy #2. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." Air View of Norris Dam and Lake. Keller Memorial Bridge. Hiwassee Dam, Western North Carolina. Moccasin Bend from Lookout Mountain. Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals. Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River. Wheeler Dam on the Tennessee River. Tennessee River Bridge at Florence, Sheffield and Tuscumbia, Ala. Turbines in Interior of Power House of Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals, Florence, Sheffield and Tuscumbia, Ala. Chickamauga Dam near Chattanooga. Fontana Dam, Western North Carolina. Douglas Dam, Eastern Tennessee. Beautiful View from Monte Sano State Park, Huntsville, Ala. The Big Spring, Huntsville, Ala. Pickwick Dam. Calderwood Dam. East View of Wilson Dam, Muscle Shoals. Wheeler Dam between Muscle Shoals and Decatur, Ala. THS
Tennessee Valley Authority The TENNESSEE VALLEY. Shows Tennessee and surrounding states with Tennessee Valley area outlined in red. List of dams on front. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. #26[?]96N. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn.
Tennessee Valley Authority TVA Water Control System. Color. Narrative on obverse & reverse. Divided back. No. 19007N-86. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. "On tributary streams, great storage reservoirs impound water during the rainy flood season and release it into the main river during periods of low flow. Long main river dams have transformed the Tennessee into a series of water steps. Flow is thus regulated from the headwaters to the mouth." 1998-118
Tennessee Walking Horse STONEWALL'S SPORT. Owned by Katha Butts of Nashville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P66390. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 30, Mass., U.S.A. "STONEWALL'S SPORT. Top five-gaited show horse is owned and shown by Katha Butts of Nashville, Tenn. Mr. Raymond Shively of Franklin, Tenn. is the trainer of this fine horse. American Saddle horse breed." 2016-033
Tennessee Walking Horses CHAMPION WALKING HORSE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. D-49954-B. Photo. Genuine Natural Color Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y., U.S.A. "CHAMPION WALKING HORSE. Famous Tennessee Walking horses are known the world over." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes. 2013-070
Tennessee Walking Horses TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE. Tanner's Stock Farm near Franklin, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P15816. Chrome. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. "TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE. This is one of many champion Tennessee Walking Horses found throughout the state. This picture was taken at Tanner's Stock Farm near Franklin, Tenn." 2016-033
Terrell Greeting card, "Greetings from Terrell, Tennessee." Color. Embossed image. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Terrell is located in Weakley County. 2016-033
Theta Two views: McKnight's Water Gate, Theta, Tenn. Bridge Across Sulphur Spring Branch, Theta, Tenn. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Art Manufacturing Co. 2016-033
Tiptonville Ferry Landing on Mississippi River connecting Tiptonville, Tenn. and Portageville, Mo. Color. Divided back. 6B635N. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card.
Tiptonville HILL-TALLEY BRIDGE–SPILLWAY, REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. D-3625. Linen. "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN", MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO, U.S.A. 2006-014
Tiptonville MISSISSIPPI RIVER: Showing Tiptonville-Portageville Ferry. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 1DK-1089. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. C.B.S. Card Service, 501 Franklin Drive, Paris, Tenn. 38242. "MISSISSIPPI RIVER: Showing Tiptonville-Portageville Ferry. This modern ferry links the Reelfoot-Tiptonville (Tenn.) area to the Missouri shores and routes to Portageville, New Madrid, Hayti, Caruthersville and Sikeston, Mo. This route joins the main North-South Highway No. 61 along the interesting and historic Mississippi River. Those who travel this section of the country will find a most interesting thrill by ferrying the mighty Mississippi at this location or similar locations out from Dyersburg, Tenn., Caruthersville, Mo., Hickman, Ky., and Columbus, Ky." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Tiptonville SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. D-3627. Linen. "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN", MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO, U.S.A. 2006-014
Townsend "FAIRYLAND" IN THE BIG ROOM, TUCKALEECHEE CAVERNS, TOWNSEND, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. #17667.
Townsend DRAPERY FORMATION AND UNDERGROUND STREAM, TUCKALEECHEE CAVERNS, TOWNSEND, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. Color Photo by Gene Aiken. #64152.
Townsend Drapery Formation, TUCKALEECHEE CAVERNS. Narrative and title on reverse. Photo by Dane Stone. #S-61045.
Townsend FORMATIONS IN THE "BIG ROOM". Narrative and title on reverse. Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon. #17666.
Townsend Highland Manor Motel, Townsend, Tennessee. Narrative and title on reverse.
Townsend Lodge at Camp Wesley Woods, Rt. 1, Townsend, Tenn. Narrative and title on reverse. #C-27180.
Townsend RIDGE AT SUNSET NEAR TOWNSEND. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. #TN 16. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Townsend SCENE IN TUCKALEECHEE CAVERNS. Narrative and title on reverse. Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon. #17665.
Townsend SCENIC 73 MOTEL. Townsend, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 74561-B. Photo. Pub. by Harold Davis, Photographer, 4424 Ellen St., Knoxville, Tenn. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York.
Townsend THE PALETTE, TUCKALEECHEE CAVERNS, TOWNSEND, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. #64148.
Townsend Townsend in the Smokies. Aerial. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 53277-D. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Great Smokies; Townsend, Tennessee. Aerial view of Great Smoky Mountains is from above Little River (lower center), looking southeastward from Townsend, Tennessee, toward the North Carolina state line which follows the crest of 6,000-foot peaks on the skyline. Townsend, entrance to the national park on U.S. 321, was founded in early 1900's as a lumbering town in 9,000-acre Tuckaleechee Valley (foreground). Valley's name is said to be translated as a Cherokee Indian word meaning "peaceful" or "green."" © - Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Townsend TOWNSEND, TENN. IN THE SMOKIES. Title on reverse: COUSIN CLEM. Shows cartoon hillbilly snoozing in front of his cabin. Narrative on reverse. #C-25750.
Townsend Tuckaleechee Caverns. Narrative and title on reverse. #C-25751.
Townsend Tuckaleechee Caverns. Showing the largest cavern room in Eastern America. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Oversized card. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. Tuckaleechee Caverns. This cavern room, largest in Eastern America, is more than 400 feet long and 150 feet high. Tuckaleechee (Peaceful Valley) Caverns, easily accessible by paved road from Tennessee Highway 73, are near Townsend, Tenn., entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Temperature in the caverns is a constant 58 degrees. Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Tracy City James K. Shook School, Tracy City, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. National Colortype Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 2018-032
Tracy City Mountain Lake Glassworks. Decorative sculpture. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Modern Postcard 800/959-8365 "www//lakegalleries.com. 100% Recycled glass. Signed & Dated by the Artists. Recycled Packaging. Wholesale to the Trade. Made in the U.S.A." 2016-033
Tracy City Mountain Lake Glassworks. Gift basket. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Modern Postcard 800/959-8365 "www//lakegalleries.com. 100% Recycled glass. Signed & Dated by the Artists. Recycled Packaging. Wholesale to the Trade. Made in the U.S.A." 2016-033
Tracy City Mouth of Coal Mine, Tracy City, Tenn. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. National Colortype Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 2018-032
Trenton Confederate Monument, Trenton, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #B1589F7.
Trenton GIBSON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, TRENTON, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-32772. Chrome. PUB. BY THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. GIBSON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, TRENTON, TENN. This county was established in 1823 and named in honor of Colonel John Gibson who served with distinction under General Andrew Jackson in the Natchez Expedition, 1812-13, and in the Creek Wars. A huge bronze bust of David Crockett, has been erected in the Court Square to honor this most famous west Tennessee hero. Photo by L. D. Thompson. 2020-044
Trenton GIBSON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, TRENTON, TENN. Narrative and title on reverse. #S-32772.
Trenton MEMORIAL TO DAVID CROCKETT, COURT HOUSE LAWN, TRENTON, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 7C-H88. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. Crockett, "King of the Wild Frontier" is Tennessee's favorite Pioneer Hero. He was a long time resident of Gibson County and West Tennessee. He served two terms in Tenn. Legislature and three terms in U.S. Congress. He earned eternal fame at the battle of the Alamo where he was killed March 6, 1836. 2021-094
Trenton Memorial to David Crockett, Court House Lawn, Trenton, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7C-H88. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "Crockett, 'King of the Wild Frontier' is Tennessee's favorite Pioneer Hero. He was a long time resident of Gibson County and West Tennessee. He served two terms in Tenn. Legislature and three terms in U.S. Congress. He earned eternal fame at the battle of the Alamo where he was killed March 6, 1836." 2016-033
Trenton Peabody High School, Trenton, Tenn. #11161.
Trenton Tennessee Pioneer Hero. MONUMENT TO DAVID CROCKETT. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-56571-4. Photo. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. "MONUMENT TO DAVID CROCKETT. Trenton, Tenn. Crockett, "King of the Wild Frontier" is Tennessee's favorite Pioneer Hero. He was a long time resident of Gibson County and West Tennessee. He served two terms in Tennessee Legislature and three terms in U.S. Congress. He earned eternal fame at the battle of the Alamo where he was killed March 6, 1836." 2016-033
Trenton Tennessee Pioneer Hero. Shows monument to Davy Crockett. Narrative on reverse. No. S-56571.
Trigonia World's Largest Elm. Trigonia community, Blount County, Tenn. Color. Oversized post card. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. C-20411. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. Photo by Dean Stone. "World's Largest Elm. This American Elm tree is the largest known elm of any species in the world. It is 24 feet, 7 inches in circumference at 4½ above the ground, is 160 feet high and has a spread of 147 feet. Biologists estimate it was growing when Columbus discovered America. Located in Blount County, Tennessee, it is 19 miles south of Maryville in the Trigonia community, just east of U.S. 411." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Tullahoma "Ovoca," Knights of Pythias Home, Tullahoma, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Auburn Greeting Card Co., Auburn, Ind. 1996-119
Tullahoma Cascade Falls near Tullahoma, Tenn. Color. White border with title. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 2018-032
Tullahoma CONVENTION HALL, "OVOCA," TULLAHOMA, TENN. Color tint. White bottom border with title. Divided back. No. 49206. SKY-TINT. 2006-014
Tullahoma FRIENDSHIP HALL, "OVOCA," TULLAHOMA, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 49205. SKY TINT. Postmark: Tullahoma, Tenn., 1923. 2018-032
Tullahoma GEORGE DICKEL DISTILLERY. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Nestled in the hollow along beautiful Cascade Creek midway between Chattanooga and Nashville, six miles northwest of Tullahoma, Tennessee. Restored in 1958. 2016-072
Tullahoma GEORGE DICKEL DISTILLERY. MAKING CHARCOAL. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. At the George A. Dickel Distillery, Dickel Station, Tennessee, near Tullahoma. 2016-072
Tullahoma GEORGE DICKEL DISTILLERY. TOURIST CENTER AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Tourist Center and General Merchandise at the George A. Dickel Distillery located midway between Chattanooga and Nashville, six miles northwest of Tullahoma, Tennessee. 2016-072
Tullahoma GEORGE DICKEL DISTILLERY. TOURIST CENTER AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Tourist Center and General Merchandise at the George A. Dickel Distillery located midway between Chattanooga and Nashville, six miles northwest of Tullahoma, Tennessee. 2016-072
Tullahoma LEDFORD MILL. Moore County, TN. Black & white. Divided back. Original drawing by Don Northcutt. Personal Card Service, 206 Oak Park Circle, Tullahoma, TN 37388. 2016-033
Tullahoma MAKING CHARCOAL. At the George A. Dickel Distillery. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 163415. Photo. Distributed by George Stille, Cincinnati, Ohio. "MAKING CHARCOAL At the George A. Dickel Distillery, Dickel Station, Tennessee, near Tullahoma." 2016-033
Tullahoma POST OFFICE, TULLAHOMA, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. No. 15,569. Linen. A "COLOURPICTURE" PUBLICATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A. PUB. EXCLUSIVELY BY ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES, NASHVILLE, TENN. TSLA dB 32858. 1998-029
Tullahoma Rutledge Falls near Tullahoma, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. Divided back. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Tullahoma, Tenn., 1909 2016-033
Tullahoma RUTLEDGE FALLS. Located between Tullahoma and Manchester, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. SPC-120. Photo. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Published by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color photo by R. E. Calonge. 2016-033
Tullahoma The Cascade, the Main Falls 65 feet in Height, Ovoca, near Tullahoma, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Commercial Colortype Co., Chicago, Ill. MSS 281
Tullahoma TU-4–High Altitude Jet Engine Test Facility, Arnold Engineering Development Center, Tullahoma, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2C-H668. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICE, TULLAHOMA, TENN. The first of three major technical facilities located at the AEDC, the high altitude jet engine test plant, was built to give aircraft power plant engineers the chance to try powerful jet engines of various types under laboratory conditions simulating flight at altitudes as high as 80,000 feet. This facility, covering an area the size of six football playing fields, houses three large test cells in which the big engines run, plus air-blowing and air-conditioning equipment. The Center is named for General of the Air Force H. H. "Hap" Arnold, pioneer military airman, and World War II leader of the Air Force. 2019-172
Tullahoma TULLAHOMA, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. S-38. CLINE PHOTO. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2020-226 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Tullahoma UNIVERSITY OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE, Tullahoma, Tenn. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. Photo. THS 872
Tusculum McCORMICK HALL, WASHINGTON AND TUSCULUM COLLEGE, TUSCULUM, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. AMERICAN ART." PUBLISHED BY THE NOVELTY STORE, GREENEVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 1998-063
Tyree Springs 2746. Tyree Springs Hotel, Sumner County, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Made by Chilton Printing Co., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 2016-033
U.S.S. "Tennessee" 80-S33. U.S.S. TENNESSEE IN PEDRO MIGUEL LOCK LOOKING SOUTH FROM EMERGENCY DAM. GATES OPENING. APRIL 27, 1916 (335). Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Photo. 2021-094
U.S.S. "Tennessee" League Island Navy Yard, showing War Ships "Washington," "St. Louis," and "Tennessee," Philadelphia, Pa. Color. Divided back. From Photo Copyright 1906 by William H. Rau, Philadelphia, Pa. 2301. 2018-014
U.S.S. "Tennessee" No. 5020–U. S. ARMORED CRUISER "TENNESSEE." Greyscale. Descriptive border. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. EDWARD H. MITCHELL, PUBLISHER, SAN FRANCISCO. THS 1000
U.S.S. "Tennessee" P-1000. U.S.S. TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. 2019-097
U.S.S. "Tennessee" U.S. Armored Cruiser Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: San Francisco, Calif., 1908. 2018-001
U.S.S. "Tennessee" U.S.S. "TENNESSEE" EN LAS EXCLUSAS DE GATUN, CANAL DE PANAMA. U.S.S. TENNESSEE IN GATUN LOCKS, PANAMA CANAL. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. R-79075. L. MADURO, JR., 34-46 CATHEDRAL SQUARE, PANAMA.
U.S.S. "Tennessee" U.S.S. ARMORED CRUISER "TENNESSEE." Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. Postmark: San Francisco, CA, 1908. 2015-056
U.S.S. "Tennessee" U.S.S. DREADNOUGHT TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. 6514 E©M. SERIES NO. 563 BATTLESHIPS–36 DESIGNS. COPYRIGHTED BY ENRIQUE MULLER, NEW YORK, N.Y. 2021-094
U.S.S. "Tennessee" U.S.S. Tennessee. Color tint. Divided back. Copyright 1907 by B. Muller. Published by M. Felman, 2870 3rd Ave., N.Y. 2018-014
U.S.S. "Tennessee" U.S.S. TENNESSEE. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Bremerton, Wash., 1944. 1998-106
Unaka Springs FOOT BRIDGE TO SPRINGS, UNAKA SPRINGS, TENN. Gray scale. White border. Message-face. Undivided back. Postmark: National Soldiers Home, Tenn., 1907. 1998-016
Unaka Springs UNAKA SPRINGS NEAR BRISTOL VA.-TENN. ENTRANCE TO GORGE ON C.C. & O. R.R. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 13444–PUB. BY KEMBLE-COCHRAN CO., BRISTOL, VA.-TENN. Postmark: Bristol, Va., 1918. THS 956
Union City DEPOT, UNION CITY, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse & obverse. PUBLISHED BY CALDWELL, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. Postmark: Union City, 1910.
Union City DIXIE GUN WORKS, FINE COLLECTOR'S ARMS, UNION CITY, TENNESSEE 38261. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. "1. Gold Damascene pocket knives. 2. A beautiful gold inlaid Colt .45 1917 Service Revolver. 3. A very rare three dollar gold piece. 4. The very rare type II 1855 gold dollar. 5. An ordinary five dollar gold piece. 6. A twenty dollar gold certificate, series 1908. 7. A pair of Remington Double Barrel Derringers crusted with gold. 8. A rare fighting knife from the period of 1840 made by Samuel Bell of Knoxville, Tennessee. 9. Dainty and valuable gold dollars of the 1849 period. 10. A Colt Pocket Revolver covered with many gold inlays and gold raised relief scroll-work: Suitable for kings.
Photo by Allan Gorman." 2021-096
Union City FIRST MONUMENT TO UNKNOWN CONFEDERATE DEAD, UNION CITY, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-61548. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. "FIRST MONUMENT TO UNKNOWN CONFEDERATE DEAD. UNION CITY, TENN. Erected through the efforts of Union City and Obion County Citizens. The memorial was dedicated October 21st, 1869. The monument is located at the end of Edwards Street.
Color by R. C. Forrester."
Union City FIRST STREET LOOKING NORTH, UNION CITY, TENN. Color. Divided back. 6B317-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. 1998-101
Union City GREETINGS FROM UNION CITY, TENN. BUSINESS SECTION LOOKING NORTH. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. S-56566. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICES, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. "BUSINESS SECTION, LOOKING NORTH. Union City, Tennessee. County seat of OBION County is one of the most progressive of the West Tennessee cities. Traffic junction of U.S. 51 and 45W makes it the most attractive trade area of northwest Tennessee. Recreational areas nearby are the fabulous REELFOOT LAKE, MISSISSIPPI RIVER and KENTUCKY LAKE.
Color by L. D. Thompson."
Union City KIWANIS PARK AND CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, UNION CITY, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 2DK-1919. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICES, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. "KIWANIS PARK and CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, UNION CITY, TENNESSEE. Inscription on the outstanding monument is quoted as follows: ""To the Confederate Soldiers of OBION COUNTY – 1861-1865 – who were killed in battle, who were starved in Federal prison and who have preserved Anglo-Saxon civilization of the South. Erected by the Leonidas Polk Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy 1909.""
Color by L. D. Thompson."
Union City POST OFFICE, UNION CITY, TENN. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 1998-016
Van Buren VAN BUREN, TENNESSEE by Gilbert Gaul, c. 1891-95. Oil on canvas. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Undivided back. "VAN BUREN, TENNESSEE by Gilbert Gaul, c. 1891-95.
Oil on canvas, 30""x44""
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Lawson
Photo courtesy of Robert M. Hicklin, Jr. Inc." Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Vanleer Greetings from VANLEER, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 43118. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals 2016-033
Vanleer Greetings from VANLEER, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 70018. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
Viola Greeting card, "A base on balls in VIOLA, TENN." Color tint. Grey background. Baseball subject. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 720. Viola is located in Warren County. 2016-033
Viola Greeting card, "In a Tight Place in VIOLA, TENN." Baseball subject. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 720. Postmark: 1916 2016-033
Virgin Falls State Natural Area TENNESSEE. Virgin Falls State Natural Area. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Brown Trout Publishers, San Francisco, California 2016-033
Vonore Sequoyah 1776-1843. Cherokee Statesman. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-21. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 37803-5634. Sequoyah, Famous Cherokee Indian. Sequoyah (1776-1843), soldier, statesman, silversmith and creator of the Cherokee syllabary (writing system), was born along the north bank of the Little Tennessee River (Tellico Lake) in what is now Monroe County, Tennessee, adjacent to southern Blount County. In the late 1700s, the Cherokees decided to adopt ways of their white conquerors. In 1821, after 12 years of hard work, Sequoyah perfected a method of syllabary notation in which English stood for Cherokee syllables. By 1828, the Cherokees were publishing their own newspaper and had adopted a written constitution and a code of laws. Sequoyah is honored in the scientific names for the redwood and the giant sequoia trees in California. Cherokees have built a Sequoyah Birthplace Museum near U.S. 411 at Vonore, Tennessee, at the site of his birth. © - Dean Stone. 2017-060
Walland BLACKBERRY FARM, 1471 West Miller Cove Road, Walland, Tennessee 37886. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Oversized. www.blackberryfarm.com 2005-063
Walland BLACKBERRY FARM, 1471 West Miller Cove Road, Walland, Tennessee 37886. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Oversized. www.blackberryfarm.com 2005-063
Walland BLACKBERRY FARM, 1471 West Miller Cove Road, Walland, Tennessee 37886. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Oversized. www.blackberryfarm.com 2005-063
Walland Walland-in-the-Smokies. Steeple of Miller's Cove Missionary Baptist Church. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 776-E. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Walland-in-the-Smokies. Steeple of Miller's Cove Missionary Baptist Church is nestled in the Smokies along Little River in the Walland Community, eight miles southeast of Maryville and Alcoa, Tennessee. A tannery town, Walland's name was coined from those of the chief officials, Walton and England, in the Schlosser Leather Co. Founded in 1901, the firm handled an average of 300 to 400 hides per day with each being five months in the process of being tanned as leather. About 250 boxcar loads of tanbark per year were used in the process, some of which came from the Little River Lumber Co., established about the same time and located eight miles upstream at Townsend. The tannery burned in 1931. Trains, tannery, and sawmill are long gone from the Peaceful Side of the Smokies. View is from Foothills Parkway." © - Dean Stone, Photographer. RG 344
Walterhill Vintage Greeting card, "Greetings from Walter Hill, Tenn." Color. Divided back. "Series No. 520. Auto & Road Scenes." 2016-033
Walterhill Vintage Greeting card, "Greetings from Walter Hill, Tenn." Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "Series No. 520. Auto & Road Scenes." 2016-033
Walterhill Vintage Greeting card, "I'd like to Change your Name - in Walter Hill, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "518. Lovers-12 des." 2016-033
Walterhill Vintage Greeting card, "Let us be Friends - in Walter Hill, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "518. Lovers-12 des." 2016-033
Walterhill Vintage Greeting card, "Think of Me - in Walter Hill, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "518. Lovers-12 des." 2016-033
Wartburg LAYMANCE FALLS ON CROOKED FORK, HIGHWAY 27, BETWEEN HARRIMAN AND WARTBURG, TENN. #7A387. Color. C.T. American Art, Chicago. T. C. Farnham Supply Co., Harriman, Tenn. 2016-033
Wartburg POTTER FALLS. WARTBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. POTTER FALLS. Wartburg, Tennessee. THS 999
Wartrace Bethsalem Presbyterian Church at Wartrace, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. Color. Photo by Jerry W. Cook, Wartrace, TN 2009-026
Wartrace Tennessee Historical Markers at Wartrace, Tenn. 2007. Color. Multiple views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Photos by Jerry W. Cook, Wartrace, TN. 2009-026
Wartrace Wartrace Church of Christ. 1909 Centennial Celebration 2009. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Produced by Jerry W. Cook, Wartrace, TN. "Wartrace Church of Christ at Wartrace, Tenn. Established in 1900 with this building built in 1909 still serving the congregation 100 years later, 2009. Minister: Brother Donald Ray Gallagher. 2009-026
Wartrace Wartrace Church of Christ. 1909 Centennial Celebration 2009. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Produced by Jerry W. Cook, Wartrace, TN. "Wartrace Church of Christ at Wartrace, Tenn. Established in 1900 with this building built in 1909 still serving the congregation 100 years later, 2009. Minister: Brother Donald Ray Gallagher. 2009-026
Washington College AERIAL VIEW - WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY. Narrative on reverse. #16948.
Washington College Boys' Dormitory, Washington College, Tenn. Black and white. Title handwritten on reverse.
Washington College Carnegie Hall, Washington College, Tenn. Black and white. Title handwritten on reverse.
Washington College College Chapel, W.C., Tenn. Black and white.
Washington College Girls' Dormitory, Washington College, Tenn. Black and white. Title handwritten on reverse.
Washington College WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY, Founded in 1780, Washington College, Tennessee. Shows Boys' Dormitory. Narrative and title on reverse. #16950.
Washington College WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY, Founded in 1780, Washington College, Tennessee. Shows entrance sign. Narrative and title on reverse. #16953.
Washington College WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY, Founded in 1780, Washington College, Tennessee. Shows Girls' Dormitory. Narrative and title on reverse. #16952.
Washington College WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY, Founded in 1780, Washington College, Tennessee. Shows John M. Scott Building. Narrative and title on reverse. #16949.
Washington College WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY, Founded in 1780, Washington College, Tennessee. Shows Pence Arts Building. Narrative and title on reverse. #16954.
Washington College WASHINGTON COLLEGE ACADEMY, Founded in 1780, Washington College, Tennessee. Shows Salem Presbyterian Church. Narrative and title on reverse. #16955.
Washington, D.C. THE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL, WASHINGTON, D.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 121055. TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS. Pub. by the Washington News Company, Washington, D.C.
Watauga T-17. Moonlight on Watauga Lake, Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 81400. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Watauga Lake, formed by TVA's Watauga Dam, winds 17 miles through picturesque Cherokee National Forest, source of the Watauga River. The lake covers an area of 6400 acres with a shoreline of more than a hundred miles. Controlled water storage is 677,000 acre-feet for the multiple purposes of flood control, navigation and electric power. Watauga Dam is 320 ft. high and 900 ft. long. Power installation consists of two 25,000 kilowatt units. The dam is located near Elizabethton, Tennessee. THS 882
Watauga T-18. Watauga Lake and Dam, Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 81401. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. TVA's Watauga Dam, on the Watauga River in East Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 677,000 acre-feet of storage for flood control and for maintenance of a water supply for navigation and power production. Electric power installation consists of two 25,000 kilowatt units. The dam is contracted of earth and rock fill with a maximum width through the base of 1,275 feet. It is 320 feet high and 900 feet long. THS 882
Watauga T-19. Watauga Lake, Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 81402. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. TVA's Watauga Dam, on the Watauga River in East Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 677,000 acre-feet of storage for flood control and for maintenance of a water supply for navigation and power production. Electric power installation consists of two 25,000 kilowatt units. The dam is contracted of earth and rock fill with a maximum width through the base of 1,275 feet. It is 320 feet high and 900 feet long. THS 882
Watauga T-24. WATAUGA DAM BOAT DOCK ON THE SHORES OF WATAUGA LAKE IN EAST TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-12727. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
Watauga T-31. WATAUGA DAM AND GLIMPSE OF LAKE, EASTERN TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-13933. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. TVA's Watauga Dam, on the Watauga River in East Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 677,000 acre-feet of storage for flood control and for maintenance of a water supply for navigation and power production. Electric power installation consists of two 25,000 kilowatt units. The dam is contracted of earth and rock fill with a maximum width through the base of 1,275 feet. It is 320 feet high and 900 feet long. 2017-052
Watauga Watauga Dam. Shows dam under construction. Sepia tone. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Hampton, Tenn., 1912. 1998-016
Watauga Watauga Lake. "The gang at Wataka (sic) lake." Vintage. Sepia tone. Divided back. Real photo. 2019-097
Watauga Watauga Lake. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P009-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. The pristine water and scenic shoreline of Watauga Lake provide a unique recreational setting in the mountains of East Tennessee. 1997-047
Watertown Greetings from WATERTOWN, Tennessee. Color tint. Fake scenery. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse destroyed by damage. No. 2522. 2016-033
Watts Bar Dam ADMINISTRATION BLDG., WATTS BAR DAM, TENN. Greyscale. White Border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. W.NO. 2 CLEMENTS. 2016-055
Watts Bar Dam Pete Smith's Watts Bar Resort, Watts Bar Dam, Tennessee 37395. Shows guests gathered around swimming pool. No. 138733.
Watts Bar Dam PETE SMITH'S WATTS BAR RESORT, WATTS BAR DAM, TENNESSEE. Shows water skiers on lake. Title on reverse. No. 89093.
Watts Bar Dam Pete Smith's WATTS-BAR RESORT. Shows blooming dogwood trees on grounds. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 107503.
Watts Bar Dam Pete Smith's WATTS-BAR RESORT. Shows flower bed. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 52479.
Watts Bar Dam Pete Smith's WATTS-BAR RESORT. Shows front of resort. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 123293.
Watts Bar Dam Pete Smith's WATTS-BAR RESORT. Shows resort guests using swimming pool. No. 65486.
Watts Bar Dam Pete Smith's WATTS-BAR RESORT. Shows view of lake from windows of restaurant. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 65485.
Watts Bar Dam View From The Observation Building – Watts Bar Dam, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. Z-165. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2017-065
Waverly Greetings from WAVERLY TENNESSEE. Large letter post card. Linen. Color. © Curt Teich & Co., Inc. 9A-H1742. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. 2016-033
Waverly Greetings from Waverly, Tenn. Color. Seven views. Poem: "My Homeland, Tennessee." Narrative on reverse. Generic vintage vacation post card. No. 7DK-1207. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteich Color © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. "NICKNAME – VOLUNTEER STATE. STATE CAPITAL – NASHVILLE. STATE FLOWER – IRIS. AREA IN SQ. MILES 42,022. ENTERED THE UNION, JUNE 1, 1796." 2016-033
Waverly Hotel Dixieland, 302 Church St., Waverly, Tenn. State Hi-Way 13. Color. Narrative on reverse. #35726. Correspondence on reverse. Colorcraft - Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Waverly Humphreys County Court House. Waverly, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7C-H59. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "Humphreys County, the second county to be established in west Tennessee, was formed by act of Legislature on Nov. 14, 1819. It is one of the largest and most diversified counties of Tennessee. Bordering the Famous Kentucky-Tennessee Lake and Duck River, it offers the best in recreational facilities and unusual hunting opportunities." 2016-033
Waverly HUMPHREYS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Waverly, Tenn. Narrative and title on reverse. #S-73424. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by Don Thompson. 1994-126
Waverly HUMPHREYS COUNTY COURTHOUSE. Waverly, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-73424. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "HUMPHREYS COUNTY COURTHOUSE. Waverly, Tenn. Humphreys County, the second county to be established in West Tennessee, was formed by Act of Legislature on Nov. 14, 1819. It was names for Parry W. Humphreys who was active in political and community service 1807-1836. It is one of the largest and most diversified counties of Tennessee. Bordering the famous Kentucky-Tennessee Lake and Dick (sic) River, it offers the best in recreational facilities and unusual hunting opportunities." Color by Don Thompson. 2016-033
Waverly Main Business Section, Waverly, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #S-56562. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson.
Waverly POST OFFICE, WAVERLY, TENN. Black and white. #12560. Silvercraft - Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y.
Waverly Street Scene – Waverly, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Photo, c. 1953. Billyfrank Morrison's Post Card Collection 2016-033
Waynesboro LOOKING TOWARD CAVE SPRING. NATURAL BRIDGE, WAYNESBORO, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 12263. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milw., Wis. "While this cave is not so extensive as the one at the head of the lake, it is extremely popular. Here a gushing spring provides cool refreshing water. Dutch ovens and tables are available free to picnickers. Azaleas, mountain laurel, in full bloom on the bluffs and hillside under the overspreading Butternut trees adds to the charm of the setting and lures the visitor with its almost magic beauty and restfulness." 2016-033
Waynesboro NATURAL BRIDGE Near Waynesboro, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. P15817. Photo. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. "NATURAL BRIDGE Near Waynesboro, Tenn. One of Tennessee's most scenic beauty spots with formations unmatched anywhere else in the world, are nestled back in a forest wilderness. The Alpine Lodge, Cottages, and Dining Room have excellent accommodations. Many recreational activities – something for everyone." Color by C. H. Ruth. 2016-033
Waynesboro NATURAL BRIDGE Near Waynesboro, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. P89798. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass., 02130. "NATURAL BRIDGE. Near Waynesboro, Tenn. One of Tennessee's most scenic beauty spots with formations unmatched anywhere else in the world, are nestled back in a forest wilderness. The Alpine Lodge, Cottages, and Dining Room have excellent accommodations. Many recreational activities – something for everyone." 2016-033
Waynesboro Natural Bridge, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-72966-2. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "NATURAL BRIDGE. Near Hohenwald and Waynesboro, Tennessee. This unique formation of natural beauty centers around legend and history in southern Middle Tennessee. This view, looking through the opening of the "cave," shows the "courtroom" in the background. Here early court sessions were held prior to building courthouse at Waynesboro. Indians, highway robbers and ruffians of the Natches (Natchez) Trace, early pioneers and settlers frequently used the Natural Bridge and cave as shelter and hiding place." Color by Don and L. D. Thompson. 2016-033
Waynesboro NATURAL BRIDGE, WAYNESBORO, TENN. "COURT HOUSE." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 12239N. Linen. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. THS 992
Waynesboro NATURAL BRIDGE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. R28650. Photo by Gary Barnett. International Graphics, Inc., Hollywood, Fla. "NATURAL BRIDGE. A Huge Natural Rock Bridge formed by nature over a period of millions of years was once used as a council chamber of four Indian Tribes and later as a court room for Waynes (sic) and Hardin Counties Tennessee located near Waynesboro, Tennessee." 1994-126
Waynesboro WAYNE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Waynesboro, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. S-73900. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by Steve Caldwell. "WAYNE COUNTY COURTHOUSE. Waynesboro, Tenn. Waynesboro, the county seat of Wayne County, is located in some of the most picturesque area of southern Tennessee. The beautiful Buffalo River Valley presents a unique rural landscape of inescapable beauty." 1994-126
Waynesboro WAYNESBORO MOTEL AND RESTAURANT. East City Limits – U.S. 64, Waynesboro, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 15558N. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milw., Wis.–ECL. "WAYNESBORO MOTEL AND RESTAURANT. East City Limits, U.S. 64, Waynesboro, Tenn. 17 Modern air conditioned units. Large comfortable rooms furnished with Simmons furniture. Tile baths. Clean air conditioned restaurant serving excellent food. Open 6 A.M. 'til 10 P.M." 2016-033
Westmoreland Greetings from WESTMORELAND, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 17,039. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
Westmoreland Greetings from WESTMORELAND, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 43446. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
Westmoreland Greetings from Westmoreland, Tennessee. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. Correspondence on reverse. © Curt Teich & Co., Inc. S-403. C.T. Rural Scenes - 10 Subjects. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art Colortone" Post Card. 2016-033
Westmoreland KIRBY'S MOTOR COURT. Grade A - Air-Conditioned and TV. Highway 31-E and 231. Westmoreland, Tenn. Phone No. MI 4-2181. Black and white. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Butler Enterprises, Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C. 2016-033
Westpoint Two unidentified individuals seated in a horse-drawn carriage. Real photo. Antique postcard. "From Jack." 2016-033
White Bluff BOONE HOLLOW - TOURIST CAMP 18 MI. WEST OF NASHVILLE, TENN. ON U.S. 70. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 35780. SILVERCRAFT–MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. BOONE HOLLOW TOURIST CAMP. Modern, Hot and Cold Water, 24-hour Service. Specializing in Dagwood Sandwiches. Beer and Soft Drinks. Phone: 102 - White Bluff, Tenn. 2021-096
White House CAPITOL CITY SALES CO. Wholesale – Mill Agents. White House, Tenn. Commercial post card. 2016-033
White House Greetings from WHITE HOUSE, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 17,030. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
White House Greetings from WHITE HOUSE, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 60254. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
White House Greetings from WHITE HOUSE, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 60259. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
White House Greetings from WHITE HOUSE, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 77149. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
White House WHITE HOUSE, TENN. - Motel & Café - Home Cooked Food - Ice - Souvenirs - Air-Conditioned. Picto Cards - Kaeser & Blair, Cincinnati, Ohio. 5-69 2016-033
Whitwell SOUVENIR OF WHITWELL, TENN. FOX HOUNDS OWNED BY J. W. NORWOOD. Sepia tone. #10.
Williamson County Bag End Farm, owned by Steve and Susan Fisher, is 263 acres of forever protected farmland in Williamson County. Photo. Black border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. The Land Trust for Tennessee. "The Land Trust of Tennessee's mission is to preserve the unique character of Tennessee's natural and historic landscapes and sites for future generations. For more information, please call (615) 244-LAND or www.landtrusttn.org." Photo by Nancy Rhoda. 2016-033
Williamson County Hill View Farm, owned by Mrs. Elizabeth Crunk, is 143 acres of forever protected farmland in Williamson County. Color. Black border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. The Land Trust for Tennessee. "The Land Trust of Tennessee's mission is to preserve the unique character of Tennessee's natural and historic landscapes and sites for future generations. For more information, please call (615) 244-LAND or www.landtrusttn.org." Photo by Nancy Rhoda. 2016-033
Williamson County LYRIC SPRINGS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Artwork. "LYRIC SPRINGS is located in Williamson County, just south of Nashville, Tennessee. Nestled in a hillside on the banks of picturesque South Harpeth Creek, this is the charming home of a nationally known event designer and songwriter. Some of country music's biggest hits were written here and the musical legend of this quaint country home lives on in its memorabilia filled saloon, appropriately named, 'Mama's Cowboy.'" 2016-033
Williamson County TENNESSEE. A Country Home Stable on N. Berry's Chapel Road in Williamson County, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. © Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Printed in Germany. Photography by Dave Leonard. 2016-033
Williamson County The Land Trust for Tennessee has protected over 24,000 acres of farmland throughout the state of Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo by Nancy Rhoda. The Land Trust for Tennessee 2016-033
Winchester 100 OAKS, WINCHESTER, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Bean Rock, Ala., 1909. 1999-077
Winchester CAMP RIVA-LAKE. Winchester, Tennessee. Girl Scouts saluting flag. Black and white. Title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. The Finest American-Made Post Cards–The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. 2016-033
Winchester CITY SCHOOL BUILDING, WINCHESTER, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 161537. AMERICAN NEWS CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. ROTOCHROME. LEIPZIG-DRESDEN-BERLIN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. NO. D 1851. PUB. BY WOOD & CO.'S RACKET STORE, WINCHESTER, TENN. 2018-032
Winchester Franklin County New Court House. Winchester, Tennessee. Black and white. White border. Divided back. No. 4986. Photo. H. C. Schwartz, Winchester, Tenn. Silvercraft–Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Winchester Hundred Oaks Castle, Winchester, Tenn. Sepia tone. Vintage. Message face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back.
Winchester Hundred Oaks Castle, Winchester, Tenn. Sepia tone. Vintage. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back. Postmark: Winchester, Tenn., 1906. THS 872
Winchester Hundred Oaks Castle. Winchester, Tennessee. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 144341. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. W. M. CLINE COMPANY, GATLINBURG, TENN. 37738. "HUNDRED OAKS CASTLE. 100 Oaks Street. Winchester, Tennessee. Hundred Oaks, one of the 'American Castles' in Julian Cavalier's book, has been restored to its 1891 splendor of towers, cloisters and wine cellars. Consisting of over 37 rooms it is more than a hundred feet long, three stories high and topped by a 75 foot tower. Hundred Oaks was the original home of Tennessee Governor Albert S. Marks and is one the National Register of Historic Places." 2016-033
Winchester Hundred Oaks. "Catholic Priest Home" Winchester, Tennessee. Black & white. White border. Divided back. No. 4985. Pub. by H. C. Schwartz, Winchester, Tenn. Silvercraft–Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Winchester Old Mary Sharp College. Winchester, Tenn. Now used as Grammar School. Black & white. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 12153. H. C. Schwartz, Winchester, Tenn. Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y.
Winchester WINCHESTER SPRINGS HOTEL, WINCHESTER, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. 2018-032
Winchester Winchester, Tennessee. Hundred Oaks Castle. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 144341. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE COMPANY, GATLINBURG, TENN. 37738. Color Photo by Ken Shockley. 1991-051
Yell Greeting card, "Greetings from Yell Tenn." Multi-color. Embossed image. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Yell is located in Marshall County.
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