Photographs of Hume Fogg High School graduating class, Tarbox School class, Cummins Station, Nashville mayor Hillary Howse, 1889 electric streetcar, Hooper family home, Nashville in 1898, E.L. Holt Furniture Co., Nashville Fire Department, and a steamboat owned by Captain Tom Ryman.
Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Tennessee State Library and Archives
324 items + 1 v.
Consists of photographs from the Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Most of the photographs are identified. Also included is a historical sketch and minutes of the Ohava Emes Congregation, the predecessor of the West End Avenue Temple, Nashville, Tennessee.
Consists of correspondence pertaining to the construction of Far Hills, originally the home of W. Ridley Wills and currently the Governor's residence for the state of Tennessee, in Nashville. Most of the letters are from Hart, Freeland & Roberts, Architects.
Consists of a photograph of the Schubert family of Hohenwald, Tennessee, 1889; a photograph of Moritz A. Schubert and other early Hohenwald settlers, undated; a photograph of the presentation of a family painting to the city of Hohenwald, 1982. Also included are a press release and newspaper article about the presentation of the painting.
Consists of the papers of the Owen family of Covington, Tipton County, Tennessee. Collection includes accounts, announcements, clippings, correspondence, financial records, genealogies, notebooks, photographs, printed materials, school records, sermon notes, and several miscellaneous items, 1835-1983.
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