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Historic Nashville:Jersey Farms

Digitized bits of Middle Tennessee History. How much do you remember?

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Morrison's Cafeteria placed an ad in the Mar. 25, 1964 issue of the Tennessee to promote the opening of their second cafeteria at 1130 Gallatin Road in Madison.

Morrison's Cafeteria placed an ad in the Mar. 1964 issue of the Tennessee to promote the opening of their second cafeteria at 1130 Gallatin Road in Madison.

Historic Nashville:Fairgrounds

A pictoral trip through the history of Nashville Tennessee

Old Thompson Lane underpass ...lol going to pick up some KK donuts!!!!

Old Thompson Lane Tunnel and Overpass - My parents always honked the horn through the tunnel.

This is the Allen Hotel on West End at about 20th Ave.  My mom and I ate at their restaurant sometimes.  Reasonably priced meat and 3 - this was in the mid 1960s

This is the Allen Hotel on West End at about Ave. My mom and I ate at their restaurant sometimes. Reasonably priced meat and 3 - this was in the mid

JERSEY FARMS MILK COMPANY (NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE) DAIRY TRADE TOKEN | Gogoalshop

JERSEY FARMS MILK COMPANY (NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE) DAIRY TRADE TOKEN | Gogoalshop

Jersey Farms letter to Henry C. Hibbs, 1939 May 22 :: Nashville Public Library Digital Collection

Jersey Farms letter to Henry C. Hibbs, 1939 May 22 :: Nashville Public Library Digital Collection

Nashville Banner full page Ad. William Gerst Brewing Co.

The Saloon and Anarchy: Prohibition in Tennessee, Brewing & Distilling

James K. Polk House, view from 7th Ave (Vine St.) - Tennessee State Library and Archives: Photograph and Image Search

Polk House, view from Ave (Vine St.) - Tennessee State Library and Archives: Photograph and Image Search

Maxwell House Hotel, at the end of the Civil War, when it was still called the Zollicoffer Barracks. Photo shows men and women on the street; horses and carriages; Demoville City Drug Store on right; low buildings to left and rear. Nashville, Tn -1865

Maxwell House Hotel, at the end of the Civil War, when it was still called the Zollicoffer Barracks. Photo shows men and women on the street; Demoville City Drug Store on right; low buildings to left and rear.

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