The house of Tom Ryman who personally designed much of the structure. Two-story wood frame Victorian with large wrap-around veranda, square tower on left, and second floor gazebo/porch; ornate iron fence around property. This is the earlier of two photographs in one folder. The trees around the house have just been planted.
Thomas Ryman, a prominent Nashville businessman and riverboat captain, was responsible for the construction of the Union Gospel Tabernacle. It was renamed in Ryman's honor after his death in 1904.
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