Dabney Hall at the University of Tennessee.
The Walnut Street Bridge in Chattanooga.
In 1973, the Southern Railway Terminal was reopened as the Chattanooga Choo-Choo Hotel.
Adolph S. Ochs was publisher of the Chattanooga Times from 1878 until his death in 1935.
The Chattanooga News-Free Press building in 1941.
The Cheatham County Courthouse was built in 1914 in Ashland City and designed by architect R.E. Turbeville.
Leslie and Mabel Cheek hired New York landscape architect Bryant Fleming to build their dream estate, Cheekwood, in 1929. Fleming designed complex terraces and pools around the house for a collection of boxwoods. The Botanical Garden maintains this tradition through the restoration of those gardens.
The Cheekwood Estate in Nashville.
Chester County Courthouse in Henderson.
Milan-Sitlea on the campus of Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson.
Old community strip facing the train depot in Henderson.
In 1969, the Chester Inn was listed as part of the Jonesborough Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Chester Inn in 1886 during Jonesborough s largest snowfall on record.
Chickasaw State Park.
A Choctaw village in Henning.
Kenrick Hall once housed Christian Brothers High School, but now it is home to many of the liberal arts courses that the university offers.
Chucalissa village, a reconstructed site located within T.O. Fuller State Park in Memphis, portrays the village as it would have appeared in A.D. 1400. This work area reflects the lifestyle of the Mississippian culture that inhabited the area.
Founded by Bishop Charles Mason, the Temple Church of God in Christ, is known as the Mother Temple, in Memphis. From 1936-1945, the National Convocation of the Church of God in Christ was held at this church.
John Lewis passes Krystal on Church Street in Nashville, 1960.
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