Entries that Begin with S

St. Andrew's-Sewanee School
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School is the result of the 1981 merger of two older institutions, and it builds upon the heritage of three Episcopal schools founded on Monteagle Mountain in Franklin County... continue »
St. John's Episcopal Church
Maury County's landmark St. John's Episcopal Church, constructed between 1839 and 1842, exemplifies rural simplification of the prevailing Gothic Revival architectural style used in Episcopa... continue »
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The world's only institution devoted solely to the study and treatment of catastrophic childhood illnesses, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital was built on one man's promise. Then a ... continue »
St. Mary's Catholic Church
This Nashville landmark is one of the first Catholic Church buildings constructed in Tennessee and served as the Catholic Cathedral for almost seventy years. The oldest extant church building in downt... continue »
St. Mary's Episcopal School
The oldest private school in Memphis is St. Mary's Episcopal School. It has operated continuously since its founding in 1847, and during most of its existence the school has been exclusively for ... continue »
St. Michael's Catholic Church
St. Michael's Catholic Church, incorporating the state's oldest Catholic church building, began as a small log meeting house near Cedar Hill in Robertson County. Four families (the Byrnes, R... continue »
St. Patrick's Catholic Church
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church is one of Memphis’s most historic institutions. Tennessee’s Catholic Diocese in Nashville decided that another Catholic church should be established in ... continue »
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
The Mother Church of the Diocese of Tennessee, St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Franklin is the state's oldest Episcopal church and serves its oldest Episcopal congregation. Built with handmad... continue »
Stahlman, James G.
James G. Stahlman was publisher of the Nashville Banner from 1930 until 1972, when he sold the newspaper to the Gannett Corporation. He inherited part of the newspaper from his grandfather, Major Edwa... continue »
Standard Candy Company
The maker of the famous Goo Goo Candy Cluster began as Anchor Candy Company, founded in 1901 in Nashville by Howell H. Campbell Sr. The son of Millard and Anna Hooper Campbell, Howell Campbell was bor... continue »