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Image ID Description Place Subject Terms Date Accession No. and File Location Citation
No Online Image Available 136 Tennessee Monument. Andersonville (Ga.) Monuments & memorials
Drawer 1, Folder 73
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Image ID #245 245 Monument erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution to Bean Station as one of the earliest settlements in Tennessee. Bean Station (Tenn.) Monuments & memorials; History; Firsts 1929
Drawer 2, Folder 1
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Image ID #329 329 Burial vault at Belle Meade Mansion. Partially covered by vines; benches and urns nearby. Inscription: "Warm summer sun, shine, shine kindly here; Warm Southern wind, blow softly here." Nashville (Tenn.) Plantations; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Vines; Benches; Urns; Inscriptions 1940
Drawer 2, Folder 84
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Image ID #422 422 Laurel wreath being placed on Governor William Blount's grave in the First Presbyterian Churchyard in Knoxville by a group of people. Two boys hold the wreath. The grave on the right is that of Mary Grainger, wife of Governor Blount. Knoxville (Tenn.) Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Wreaths; Governors; Boys ca. 1930
Drawer 2, Folder 177
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Image ID #525 525 Monument to John Brown (1800-1859), showing a celebration (dedication?) at the monument site. Monuments & memorials; Abolitionists; Celebrations; Dedications; African Americans 1949
Drawer 3, Folder 77
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Image ID #530 530 Grave of General John Calvin Brown (1827-1889), covered with flowers. Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Flowers
Drawer 3, Folder 82
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Image ID #661 661 Cambridge, Massachusetts. Washington elm tree and monument shown, as well as cable car tracks in the foreground. Cambridge (Mass.) Cities & towns; Trees; Monuments & memorials; Cable railroads 1954
Drawer 4, Folder 4
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Image ID #665 665 Elizabeth Campbell's tombstone in Old Salem Cemetery. Inscription reads "Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Campbell Consort of James Campbell - who was born 1710 - and departed this life the 30th of September 1839." Bell Buckle (Tenn.) Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Inscriptions
Drawer 4, Folder 8
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Image ID #669 669 Memorial to the Campbell family. Monuments & memorials; Families; Pioneers
Drawer 4, Folder 12
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Image ID #800 800 Unidentified Civil War monument in Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park (Ga.-Tenn.) National parks & reserves; Monuments & memorials
Drawer 4, Folder 147
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