Robert Love Taylor as caricatured by C. H. Wellington of The Tennessean.
Left to right: Josiah Settles, Fannie Settles, Mary Church Terrell, Robert R. Church, Sr., and Anne Wright Church.
Coach Robert Reese "Bob" Neyland, ca. 1930.
Historic Rock Castle in Hendersonville, TN.
Rocky Mount Museum, a living history museum that interprets life in 1791, opened as a state owned historic site in 1962 in Piney Flats, TN.
The dining room at Rocky Mount.
Living history interpreters at Rocky Mount museum portray 18th-century entertainment.
View of Hugh Rogan s stone cottage (ca. 1800), with an 1825 brick house in background.
Left frame of Roger Williams University in 1916.
Right frame of Roger Williams University in 1916.
Roy Acuff and the Smoky Mountains Boys in a WSM Studio.
Built in 1882, the Thomas Hughes Library at Rugby is preserved by the staff at Historic Rugby.
Christ Episcopal Church in 1983.
The printery at Ruskin, 1894.
Smith (front row, second from right), Govenor Rye (second from left) and the Tennessee Selective Service Board from WWI.
Confederate Gallery of Ryman Auditorium.
Crowds would line the street outside the Ryman Auditorium to view in person the broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry.
Ryman Auditorium, 1972.
"Sam Davis questioned by General Dodge," by Harold Van Schmidt.
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