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toy1Factory of the Hill Trunk Company

toy2J. L. Hill

 

From the Centennial Album. Contributed by Carol

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Ward Seminary

Ward Seminary W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies operated from 1865-1913

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Warner School

Warner School

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Warner School on Russel Street

Photo from Friends of Metropolitan Archives of Nashville and Davidson County, TN

East Nashville Fire


Class from Warner School in the 1897warner1897
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Class from Warner School in the 1950’s


RC Cola!

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The leading Jewelers and Silversmiths. 404 Union Street, Nashville, Tennessee 1908

B.H. Stief was a repairman of fine watches and retailer of jewelry who started his company in the late 1800s.

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7th and Jefferson


7th and Jefferson

Photo courtesy Jim Stephens

Anyone know the original purpose of this building?


While I don’t know the original purpose of this building, in the fifties and sixties it was the home of a Sunbeam Bread outlet.  This store was was run by my wife’s grandmother.  My wife visited her grandmother frequently and visited the people up and down Sixth and Seventh Avenues.  Hopefully this information will give you a place to begin your search.

Bill Grist

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Frahn

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