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Image ID Description Place Subject Terms Date Accession No. and File Location Citation
24 Unidentified woman, a teen-age girl, a man, a sitting dog, and chickens in front of a rural farm house. Farmhouses; Women
Drawer 1, Folder 17
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158 John James Audubon (1788-1857) posed outdoors, holding a rifle, with hunting dog at his side. Artists; Dogs; Rifles 1857
Drawer 1, Folder 93
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339 William Jackson Elliston and William Harding Jackson, Jr. as children, with Pickett the dog. Nashville (Tenn.) Children; Dogs
Drawer 2, Folder 94
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343 John Harding cabin, "corner notching at dog trot," at Belle Meade Plantation. Nashville (Tenn.) Log cabins 1940
Drawer 2, Folder 98
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458 Daniel Boone (1734-1820), depicted sitting on a rock, holding his cap and a rifle, with a dog beside him. Explorers; Pioneers; Rifles; Dogs
Drawer 3, Folder 14
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564 Buddy, Morris Frank's seeing-eye dog, recuperating from an illness, December 1937. Only his face is visible among bedclothes. Dogs; Guide dogs 1937
Drawer 3, Folder 109
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1450 Unidentified man, woman, and dog, walking down the street in Fontana Village. Fontana Village (N.C.) Couples; Dogs; Walking; Streets; Villages; Historic sites
Drawer 7, Folder 172
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3270 Demerich residence on 20th Avenue South. House is the second from 20th and Grand Avenue. Small dog posing in foreground. Nashville (Tenn.) Houses 1942
Drawer 17, Folder 79
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3688 Houses on Hillsboro Pike. A woman stands with a girl, a boy and a dog on the right. Far in the distance, three individuals can be seen walking down the road. Nashville (Tenn.) Streets; Houses ca. 1900
Drawer 18, Folder 176
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4875 Items constructed for the Hand Carving Project. The items include a dog, cat, a little girl with a watering can, birds, ducks, a cane, and more. Related to the activities of the National Youth Administration. Sevierville (Tenn.) Carving; Sculpture ca. 1930s?
Drawer 24, Folder 103
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