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ChestersBeautySalon

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biltmorematchesHighway 31, Franklin Road, Nashville Tn

Hewitt C. Davis Owner

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Mercury-Court-Motel-Matches

 

More about Mercury Here

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7 MILES SOUTH OF NASHVILLE
on U.S. 31A & 41
R.F.D. #1 Brentwood, Tenn  Phone 21-W & 21-J, Nolensville, Tenn.
The fast and short route to Florida
16  modern units, electric heat, tile baths, Grade “A” restaurant on premises.
postmarked 1956.


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1958

Enjoy a night out -
go to the
MOVIES

TENNESSEE
Great for Grown-Ups
-NOW-
Burl Ives – Christopher Plummer
Budd Schulberg’s
WInd Across the Everglades
From Warner Bros. Technicolor
Starts Tomorrow
Walt Disney’s True-Life Adventure
White Wilderness

PARAMOUNT
Great for Grown-Ups
HIstorical Drama!
In CinemaScope!
Color by DeLuxe!
John Wayne
Diko Ando
The Barbarian and The Geisha
Story of the first white man to open up the East!

KNICKERBOCKER
Great for Grown-Ups
In CinemaScope!  Drama!
Elanor Parker • Bill Travers
Seventh Sin
-and-
Suspense Story!
James Mason • Inger Stevens
Cry Terror
Starts Thurs. – “It! Terror from Beyond Space” and “Curse of the Faceless Man”

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Flooding on Woodland Street

A slightly closer view

I spy a theatre, an Esso station and a Lion station. That is possibly the Woodland Street Theatre. It was a theater from 1924 to 1955. It has been a recording studio and there are some who are working on restoring it to a theater. The Esso is probably where the “baked and fried” restaurant in now. The Lion station is now the Margot cafe & bar according to Google.

This shot is probably at what is called 5 corners

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