Edmondson at work at home, October 1937.
The statues by William Edmondson at the McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee.
William Gannaway Brownlow.
The Last Letter, by Gilbert Gaul, ca. 1890.
"Rafting on the Cumberland," by William Gilbert Gaul, undated.
Prentice Cooper represented Bedford County in the Tennessee House of Representatives and served in the Tennessee State Senate before becoming governor of Tennessee.
The gravesite in Jenkins Chapel Cemetery of Prentice W. Cooper and his wife Argentine, parents of former Governor Prentice Cooper, Jr.
William Walker, former president of Nicaragua.
Newly elected Governor Winfield Dunn names Robert Smith as Commissioner of Highways and Williams Jenkins as Commissioner of Conservation at this press conference on December 29, 1970.
Four women campaigning for equal voting rights on a Chattanooga street in 1912.
Teacher at McReynolds School in South Pittsburg recording the weight of each student for a WPA nutrition program.
Lt. Morton B. Adams, 90th Aero Squadron, AEF, circa 1918.
Albert P. Smith (left) and McGregor Smith.
A Sister of Charity visits a stricken family in Memphis.
Arrest of yellow fever refugees near Memphis, 1879.
Zeboim Cartter Patten.
Alexander Looby reporting to police on April 19, 1960, after his house was bombed.
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