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toy1Factory of the Hill Trunk Company

toy2J. L. Hill

 

From the Centennial Album. Contributed by Carol
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Miles of View

From a book published by First American National Bank called “Homes of Tennessee” in 1956
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Miles of View
Home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Boyd, Jr. Nashville
Miles of View, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Boyd, Jr., is an estate of fifty-three acres located at 1304 Chickering Road (Belle Meade). With an abundance of forest trees and planting, there is a widespread view from this home, on the rise of a hill, of the surrounding hills and countryside.
Near this home is a lake for fishing.

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Ward Seminary

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

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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Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Carriages for hire.
The Nashville globe., March 01, 1907, Page 6, Image 6

Park Plaza Courts Nashville, TN
Could this be it?park plaza courtsU.S. Highways 41 & 70 South
Nashville, Tenn.
Phone ALpine 6-8112

This was a little promotional date book that a local TV repairman used to keep track of his business briefly in 1957.
parkplazacourts002parkplazacourts003Lizzie Humble AL5-6859  BR7-4003
parkplazacourts004A list of tubes kept in the car.
parkplazacourts005Evidently Nettie Ruth’s radio needed 2 capacitors, 1 tube and a pilot bulb.

Anthony’s Pure Milk Company

Anthony’s Pure Milk delivery truck from 1937.  Yes, Virginia, men in uniforms would deliver clear glass bottles of milk to your front step every morning in that now vanished time, and cart off your empty bottles.  Those bottles were very thick and quite difficult to break, so they could be sterilized and reused.  Lem Jones is the Anthony’s milkman on the left; the assistant on the right is unknown.

A cousin born in 1934 wrote about Lem Jones:
“Although I can’t picture Lem now in my mind, I do remember that … he worked at Anthony Milk, and I could stop by (it was close to our Fatherland Street address) and he would give me chocolate milk. I could always recognize if the milk was Anthony’s and wouldn’t drink anything else. Later, I learned that I “liked” cod liver oil and that Anthony put cod liver oil in their milk. Funny the things that you remember. ”
Interesting, but I have no way now of confirming if Anthony’s milk was ever “fortified” in this manner (Lem Jones is since deceased). Might it be they were compelled to stop using additives and thereafter became “Anthony’s Pure Milk”?
– William W. Weems

 

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Anthony’s Pure Milk Company Woodland St

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Vanderbilt University – Commodore Yearbook (Nashville, TN) – Class of 1929

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Crate from Anthony’s Pure Milk-Image courtesy Allison

Anthony’s Milk was established in 1927 and sold to Rock City Ice Cream in 1965.

 

Thanks to Carol Robertson White for her contributions to this post.