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August 2020

VOL. 12, No. 2 --“Well Fabricated Story” (1808); “American Antiquities” Aztalan (1837); “Chattanooga Dons Influenza Masks” (1918); “First Passenger Carrying Airplane” (1919); “Sidewalks Obstructed” (1870); “Large Brewery Improvement” (1870); “Jubilee Singers’ Concert” (1899); “Below the Standard” (1899); “Burn Changed Vote On Advice Of His Mother” (1920); “Jaw Bone Broken By Kick Of Horse” (1907); “Wife Slayer Put to Death In Chair Here” (1937); “Husband-Stealers Are Heartless” Dorothy Dix (1934); “State To Repair Statue” (1974); “Abortion petition unveiled” (1990); “Cash Wears Bicentennial Suit” (1975); “Artifacts: Anti-suffragist pamphlet” by Clinton J. Holloway “Egg in the Mails Fails to Daunt Post Office” (1961); Volunteer Jam ’75 advertisement (1975); “Doo-Wah-Ditty City, Part II” by Bill Carey: “The Election Yesterday” (1870); “Champion Snake” (1870); “Instruction for Colored People” (1870); “A Mixed Fight” (1870); “A Man Falls from a Church Roof” (1870); “The Railroad Excursion, Barbecue and Bran Dance” (1870); “Shocking Accident” (1870); “Escape of Convicts” (1870); “Death of an Old Citizen” (1870); “Base Ball” (1870); “Concealed Weapons” (1870); “Funeral of Admiral Farragut” (1870); “Some Idea of the Elevator” (1870); “Old Shelby Medical College” (1870); “Very Much Improved” (1870); “A Bloody Fight” (1870); “Shot Dead” (1870); “Sad Accident” (1870); “Hermitage School” (1870); “The Stricken City, Part III” by Ed Huddleston (1955); “See! See!!” (1824); “Forty Dollars Reward” (1816); “Ratified! Tennessee Women and the Right to Vote” by Tennessee State Museum; “Dizzy Dean Sang at the Dell” by Bill Traughber; “Need Cited for Microfilming Old Newspapers in City Library” (1947); “Tariff Law” (1846); “Flu Increases; All Mush Wear Masks” (1918); “Epicenter of the Fight For Woman Suffrage: Hermitage Hotel” by Tom Vickstrom; “Rehearsals hurt Opry’s ‘naturalness’” by Sarah Cannon (1986); “John Carr” by Paul Clements; “Big Whisky Shipment ‘Floods’ Customs House” (1958); “Terrible Disaster!” (1858); “Back to Pool Today” (1965); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


July 2020

VOL. 12, No. 1 -- “Intruders on the Cherokee Lands” (1820); “The Fourth of July” (1823); “Mrs. Carrie C. Catt Arrives in City” (1920); “Carmack Statue Dedicated On Capitol Hill” (1925); “No Turning Vinegar Into Honey” Dorothy Dix (1935); “Hundreds ‘March with Forrest’” (1962); “Police welcome brutality probe” (1991); “Extinguish the Indian Title” (1870); “Street Car Courtesies” (1895); “Lebanon Police Are Suspended” (1922); “Americans love their electronics” (1988); “Artifacts: Mary Overton painting” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Waiting For Elvis’ Latest” (1957); “Youth Fatally Hurt as Horse Kicks at Cycle” (1937); “Doo-Wah-Ditty City: Part II” by Bill Carey; “The Fourth at Shelbyville, Tenn.” (1870); “Nothing New” (1870); “Another Convict Pardoned” (1870); “Columbia Pickpocket Arrested” (1870); “Heavy Distillery Seizure” (1870); “Col. C. T. Ames’ Great Modern Show” (1870); “Trial and Acquittal of Morse” (1870); “Bodies Recovered” (1870); “Arrested on Suspicion” (1870); “Railroad Accident” (1870); “The Boy who Dared” (1870); “Typographical Errors” (1870); “Desperate Encounter” (1870); “Maxwell House Elevator” (1870); “Mysterious Affliction” (1870); “Diabolical Outrage: (1870); “Rowing Boats!” (1870); “Stones River Bridge Completed” (1870); “Double-Headed Snake” (1870); “The Watkins Park” (1870); “The Stricken City; Cholera Epidemic of 1873: Part II” (1955); Grants advertisement (1972); “Southern Lynching” Ida B. Wells (1892); “Betting Scandal Broke in Nashville” by Bill Traughber; Poll tax advertisement (1920); “The Liberty Pole” (1840); “Capacity Classes in Attendance for Boys’ Swimming Sessions” (1941); Fair Park advertisement (1960); “Shooting Affray at Franklin” (1860); “From Slave to Entrepreneur; The Trials of Robert Renfro” by Larry Michael Ellis; Robert Renfroe advertisement (1802); “Closing Doors at Six” (1880); “John & Ann Cockrill” by Paul Clements; “Up-To-Date Fishing” (1900); “Cash for Negroes” (1817); “Colored People at Hadley Park” (1917); “Horned Frog” (1858); Dr. Walker advertisement (1833); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).




June 2020

VOL. 11, No. 12 -- “Murder ‘Confession’ A Hoax” (1969); “Female Labour” (1819); “Health of Ex-President Polk” (1849); “The Cholera” (1849); “His Boy Jim” (1900); “Ellington Greeted By County Youth Workers” (1966); “Fossil Bones Show Man Lived On Harpeth 25,000 Years Ago” (1923); “The Macon Red Sulphur” (1870); “No Easy Cure For Loneliness In Middle Age” (1926); “Some Cabbies Give Their Customers More Than Ride” (1978); “Lively Streets” (1970); “The Aerial Brid” (1882); “Robert Redford Presents Student Awards” (1976); “Artifacts: Ninth Ward Tax Ledger” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Unblushing Impudence and Merited Punishment” (1850); “The Fight” (1838); “Lucky Escape” (1820); “Real, Reel Redford Gives Fans Tingle” (1976); “Negroes Wanted” (1821); “Doo-Wah-Ditty City: Part I” by Bill Carey; “Attempted Assassination” (1870); “Census Takers at Work” (1870); “Female Thieves Arrested” (1870); “A New Manufacturing Company” (1870); “Melancholy Casualty” (1870); “Pretty well Said” (1870); “Imprisonment of a Hermit” (1870); “Destructive Fire” (1870); “Edgefield Female Seminary” (1870); “Bad on Ice Cream” (1870); “Horrible” (1870); “At St. Cecilia’s” (1870); “A Big Thing on Wheels” (1870); “Handsome Specimens of Nashville Manufacture” (1870); “Smallpox at the Penitentiary” (1870); “About Bathing” (1870); “Roller Wagons” (1870); “The Stricken City; Cholera Epidemic of 1873: Part I” (1955); “The Death of James K. Polk” (1849); “ZIP Mail Dispatch In July 1” (1963); “Alleged Nigh Riders Still In Jail Here” (1915); “It’s Almost Playground Circus Time Again In The City Parks” (1955); “Boy Drowned” (1860); “Tattooing The Body” (1890); “Shooting, West of the Capitol” (1860); Dury’s advertisements (1900 and 1892); “Heaving Golf Slate For Weekend” (1965); “I Didn’t Have a Childhood: Tommy Brown” by Bill Traughber; “Meharry To Dedicate New Research Wing” (1964); “Loosened Brick May Bring Repairs To Church Towers” (1937); “Her Engagement Announced” (1949); “James Winchester” by Paul Clements; and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


May 2020

VOL. 11, No. 11 -- “Flu Misery Continues; President In Hospital” (1968); “Great Feats of Activity” (1814); “Cholera” (1849); “Fireworks!” aurora borealis seen in Nashville (1967); “General Jackson” equestrian statue unveiling (1880); “Women Form Voter’s League” (1920); “Mail-Order Marriages Are Hazardous” (1936); “Nashville Cartoon Wins Pulitzer Prize” (1957); “Saying Goodbye to Tennessee” (1870); “Colored Celebration” 15th Amendment (1870); “A Church That Does Things” (1911); “Captain Kangaroo, Channing at Opryland” (1976); “Taxi Drive to refile suit on ‘voodoo curse’” (1982); “Artifacts: Aladdin lunchbox” by Clinton J. Holloway; “A night to remember” high school proms (1986); “Bishops, Bibles, & Door-to-Door Religion: Part II” by Bill Carey; J. W. Kimbro funeral taker advertisement (1870); “Bald Eagle” (1870); “Wasn’t an Irishman” (1870); “Skating Rink in Nashville” (1870); “Mysterious Affair” (1870); “A Warning to Boys” (1870); “A Fish Story” (1870); “Memorial Exercises” (1870); “Two Stories up” (1870); “Suspension of Public Schools” (1870); “Marriage Guide” (1870); “Decoration of the Federal Graves” (1870); “Will be Sold” slave ad (1808); “Hail storm and tornado” (1835); “Treaty of Ghent” (1820); “Small-Pox in Jackson” (1855); “Indians” (1808); “The Midgets” (1880); “Children’s Theater Group Guests At Carnival” (1941); “Sunday in the Nashville Parks” (1910); “Nashville Vols Challenged Ban on Sunday Baseball” by Bill Taughber; “Flu Epidemic Near Peak, Bistowish Says” (1969); “Wilma Joins 380 Grads At A&I” Wilma Rudolph (1963); “Downtown Faith-Lifting” courthouse and public square photo (1971); “City Tax on Amusements” (1860); “Train Full” (1855); “The Talking Doll” (1890); “Little Girl Injured” (1900); “Confessed To Robbery” (1900); “William Pillow” by Paul Clements; “B.G.A. Professor Does It Again; Picks Up Marbles, Classes Go On” (1938); “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


April 2020

VOL. 11, No. 10 -- “Vaccine 90 Pct. Effective” Salk polio vaccine (1955); “Dynamite Blast Wrecks Looby’s Home” (1960); “Sensible Boy” (1801); “Turkish Anecdote” (1810); “The Great Skatist” (1870); “Mysterious Death” (1870); “A Serious Charge” (1886); “Mysterious Shooting” (1894); “Man Faints When Landlord Asks Permission to Cut Rent” (1930); “Hen Lays Three Eggs In A Day” (1909); “Boys, Here are Types of Girls Not to Marry” (1941); “Bug experts predict pests will be pesky” (1990); “Unique Sight Greets Old Hickory Lake Anglers” (1967); “Artifacts: S&M Communion Bread” by Clinton J. Holloway; “No Longer Just Typists—Secretaries To Be Honored” (1980); “Bishops, Bibles, & Door-to-Door Religion: Part I” by Bill Carey; “Equine Skeleton” (1870); “Painting” (1870); “Move It” (1870); “Sent to Jail” (1870); “Anniversary” (1870); “Base Ball” (1870); “Coming Down” (1870); “Removal of the Confederate Dead” (1870); “An Old Cry Revisited” sulphur water (1870); “Doings of a Bogus Doctor” (1870); “John Sheppard, Champion Walker” (1870); “Hats for Police” (1870); “A Novel Party” (1870); “Origin of the Easter Egg” (1870); “Negro Equality” (1870); “On the Streets” (1870); “Whacking Away” (1870); “Concealed Weapons” (1870); “Colored Baptists” (1870); “Skating Rink in Edgefield” (1870); “Exhibition of Fish” (1870); “A Walkist Triumphant!” (1870); “Distillery Seizures” (1870); “Indian Children” (1870); “The Public Schools” (1870); “County’s Best Spellers Win Banner Prizes” (1950); “Integrate Counters - Mayor” (1960); “The Targeting of Z. Alexander Looby” by Betsy Phillips; “Franklin” (1880); “Nashville Sounds’ First Games” by Bill Traughber; “Hard Shaving” (1820); “Manners” (1831); “Threw White Man Through Second Story Window” (1910); “A Leaf From History” Jefferson Davis speech (1870); “The Village of Edgefield” (1850); “Slave Committee” (1840); “Agner’s Market closing after 28.5 years” (1990); “Soldier’s Body Is Buried At Murfreesboro” (1921); “James Menees” by Paul Clements; “Firemen Sell Bonds, Build ‘Tomb for Hitler’” (1943); “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


March 2020

VOL. 11, No. 9--“‘Slain’ Farmer Returns Home” (1934); J.L. Smith tinware ad (1830); “The New Tariff Project” (1842); “Ghostly Passengers” (1870); “Palestine” (1870); “A Night In Nashville” (1890); “A Quick Trip” (1850); “Some Favor, Some Oppose ‘Mercy’ Deaths in Forum” (1950); “Mt. Juliet Threatened By Midnight Fire” (1920); “Husband Is Unjust To Wife About Money” by Dorothy Dix (1938); “Drag Race Blamed For Injuries” (1957); “Protestors too late for landfill veto” (1990); “Extortionist Threatens Airport” (1972); “New Pitch To Old Warning” (1956); “Artifacts: West End High School State Championship” by Clinton Holloway; “Out Of Gas, Woman Gives Birth In Rain” (1977); “Fighting the Machine: Part IV” by Bill Carey; “The Mule Trade” (1870); “Disappearing” (1870); “Coroner’s Inquest” (1870); “The Tribune Tennessee” (1870); “The Constitution” (1870); “Opening of the Spring Fights” (1870); “Singular Coincidence” (1870); “Full Jail” (1870); “Atrocious Wretches” (1870); “Anti-Tobacco Society” (1870); “Death of an Aged Colored Man” (1870); “Making Children Drunk” (1870); “Juvenile Sports” (1870); “Militia Women” (1870); “Coddling the Freedmen” (1870); “To be Discontinued” (1870); “Rope Walking” (1870); “The Election” (1870); “Children’s Author Tells Stories, Too” Bill Martin (1950); “Nashville From Air Fifty Years Ago” 1888 map of Nashville (1935); “Incendiaries” (1860); “They Took Coke’s Ad Too Seriously” (1971); “Street Nuisances” (1860); Kintho anti-freckles ad (1920); “First Negro Woman Anesthetist” (1941); “Some Rules” (1919); “‘The Open Winter’ of 1816” (1889); “Clyde Lee Day” by Bill Traughber; “A Narrow Escape” (1889); “Reconstruction” (1870); A.H. Harris ferry and hotel ad (1808); “Fifty Dollars Reward” (1820); “Clark’s Fame in the Bag; He’s Back to Selling ‘Em” (1967); “Deadly Encounter” (1907); “Franklin” (1887); “The Persistent Suitor” editorial cartoon by J.N. “Ding” Darling (1922); “For Sale” (1853); “Plot a place in history for $17,000” (1990); Opra House ad for “Davy Crockett” (1876); “Rain” (1860); “Vital Census Questions” (1910); “Nestor House” by Paul Clements; “Cherokee Indians” (1818); "Judge Lea Heirs Recover Land Long Held by State” (1967); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


February 2020

VOL. 11, No. 8--“Afflicted with Stone” (1824); “Free Discussion” (1837); “Terrible Deaths” (1870); “Review of the ‘Clansman’” (1907); “The Harm In Dancing” (1890); “Booker T. Washington Visits State Normal” (1913); “The Colored Schools” (1890); “Beauty-Barber Suit Dismissed” (1968); “Majority of Women Too Lackadaisical About Life” (1942); “The Ravages of Flu In Nashville” (1919); “Youth Admits Painting Swastika on Synagog” (1960); “Artifacts: Preston Taylor carte de visite” by Clinton Holloway; “Antioch Basketball Leaders” (1968); “Fighting the Machine: Part III” by Bill Carey; “Frauds on Colored Soldiers” (1870); “Not Quite so Smart” (1870); “Dull” (1870); “Ball of the Fat Men” (1870); “Seeking Other Homes” (1870); “A Secret Circular” (1870); “Street Loungers Arrested” (1870); “Married Women” (1870); “Homes for Colored People” (1870); “Strong in the Faith” (1870); “Another Landmark Removed” (1870); “Some Valentines” (1870); “Dog Fight” (1870); “Beautiful Snow” (1870); “A Bigot Extinguished” (1870); “State Convention of Colored People” (1870); “The New Constitution” (1870); “Born in Slavery: Frankie Goole” (c1937); “Shot Himself” (1860); “Lost” (1817); “Betrayed to Death” Gen. William Walker (1889); “He’s The Same Porter But With A Disco Beat” (1979); “Oysters” (1854); “The Walk: U.T. Coach Ray Mears” by Bill Traughber; “Collection of papers produces own history” Rev. Kelly Miller Smith (1990); “Universal Suffrage” (1870); “Varallo Declares Chili More Popular” (1933); “Eaton pioneered day home” (1990); “The Public Schools” (1907); “Little Big Star” Brenda Lee (1958); “Apprentices Ran Away” (1806); “Mary Purnell Donelson: Part II” by Paul Clements; “Mardi Gras Participants Are Briefed In Court Etiquette” (1950); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


January 2020

VOL. 11, No. 7--“A Ball” (1817); “Owners of Carriages” (1817); “Perpetual Motion” (1825); “Draft Beer” (1825); “Rolling In The New Year” (1981); “Nashvillians To Protest Against War” (1973); “The Jail or Marriage” (1892); “Nazis Reported ‘Purging’ Paris Libraries of Many Books” (1941); “Trading Old For Young Wife Is Bad Business” (1937); “Trust Sale of Negroes” (1825); “A Christmas Folly” (1870); “If St. Louis Whips Its Smoke! Maybe Our Grief Is Over, Too” (1941); “Metro Council OKs Five Points redevelopment” (1990); “Artifacts: H.G. Lipscomb & Co. straight razor” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Daddy’s Car Won’t Start” photo about record low temperature (1963); “Century’s Coldest December” (1964); “Fighting the Machine: Part II” by Bill Carey; “WSM Displays TV Station Model” (1950); “Wild Pegeons” (1870); “A Veritable Straw Man” (1870); “Heavy Snow Fall” (1870); “Deer Meat” (1870); “Shrouded Mystery” doorstep baby (1870); “Chickasaw Indians” (1870); “Too Much Married” (1870); “Saving Salt” (1870); “Continued Reign of Terror” (1870); “Reconstruction of the Right Sort” (1870); “Removal of the Archives” (1870); “Police Inspection” first uniforms (1870); “The Storm in Sumner County” (1870); “Jack o’Lantern Display” (1870); “The Educated Hog” (1870); “A Justice Office Cave In” (1870); “Suspended” (1870); “The Marathon: Tennessee’s first fully manufactured car” (1994); “A Leader In Israel” obituary of Rev. Randall B. Vandavill (1899); “Wood Bending” (1899); “Kicking Cows” (1843); Marathon Motor Works advertisement (1911); “The Mighty Marathon” (1911); “Ban Sought On Obscene Publications” (1939); “At The Sign Of The Black Horse” advertisement (1809); “Wrecking ball claims Tennessee Theater” (1990); “New Theater Opens With All The Glamour Of Hollywood” (1952); “Lipscomb’s McQuiddy Gymnasium” by Bill Traughber; “Seeing Eye School Dog Being Trained To Take Care Of Blind” (1929); “Horrible Accident” (1858); “Satan worship probed in deaths of animals” (1990); “A Canine’s Position to the Mayor” (1875); “Old Year Dead; New Year Born” (1904); “The Danger of Painting China” (1884); “Loophole allowed sale of President Polk’s home” (1990); “Cause of Illness” (1905); “Workhouse Cook Knows Beans And Keeps Scandal to Herself” (1950); “Abolitionist and Negro Excitement” (1860); “Concert” (1838); “Mary Purnell Donelson: Part I” by Paul Clements; “Christmas in Williamson” (1875); “Lighting the City” (1884); “Thin Folks!” McCoy’s Tablets advertisement (1929); “Precious Metal” (1858); “10 Born, 4 Died Since Alarm Rang” (1959); “Captured Civil War Flag Returned to Murfreesboro” (1939); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


December 2019

VOL. 11, No. 6--“The Weather” (1830); “Climate Changes” (1869); “Just A Pre-Flight Pit Stop” Santa photo (1969); “3,000 Frantic Nylon Stockings Buyers Jam Uptown Sidewalks” (1945); “Parents Should Not Interfere Ih Their Child’s Matrimony” (1929); “14th Christmas Debut” Centennial Park Nativity Scene (1967); “Juvenile Army Moves On Old Santa Claus” (1909); “Bob Hope takes road to Music City” (1991); “Badly Bespattered” (1869); “Dogs” (1869); “A Very Bad Practice” (1869); “Twenty Dollars Reward” (1802); “The Governor & The Cherokees” (1818); “Emigrants to Liberia” (1853); “Wanted” (1877); “Artifacts: Nashville Banner Christmas card” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Fighting the Machine: Part I” by Bill Carey; “A New View” Downtown YMCA (1962); “Uniforming the Police” (1869); “The Penitentiary” (1869); “Peak Family Bell Ringers” (1869); “The Day of Jubilee” (1869); “Child Burned to Death” (1869); “Practical Charity” (1869); “Boiler Explosion” (1869); “Carrying Concealed Weapons” (1869); “Little Boys Drunk” (1869); “Horse Drowned” (1869); “More Negro Depredations” (1869); “The Colored Vote” (1869); “Slaughtering for Christmas” (1869); “Huge Arrival of Fowls” (1869); “Corporation Jim” (1869); “The City Alive” (1869); “Dry Bones Dug Up” (1869); “Emancipation Celebration” (1869); “The Battle to Preserve Battlefields” by Ross Massey; “Earthquake Shock Felt In Tennessee” (1915); “Electric Wires” (1889); “‘Trekkies’ Want Space Show Over Football” (1973); “Doctors” (1820); “A Blind Victim” (1891); “Mahommed the Prophet” (1853); “DeFord Bailey historical marker unveiled” (1991); “Negro Asks Protection For House” (1962); “Got His Money Back” (1889); “A Hurrah Over Nothing” (1891); “Vandy’s George and Samantha” by Bill Traughber; “The Two Worlds of Reese Witherspoon” (1991); “Transplant Hoax Called Cruel Joke” (1980); “The Illumination” (1844); “Talking Pictures Installed at Lebanon” (1929); “Hugh F. Bell: Part II” by Paul Clements; “New Central Church’s Auditorium to Open Saturday” (1925);and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


November 2019

VOL. 11, No. 5--“Impeachment” (1808); “The Black Militia of Republicanism” (1859); “Nashville and Chicago” (1869); “A Giant” the Cardiff Giant hoax (1869); “School Busing Hearing Stirs Emotions” (1979); “Narrowly Escape Asphyxiation” (1905); “Tiny Boy Keeps All-Night Vigil In Woods Over Body of Father” (1935); “A Race for Fuel” (1876); “Eugenics and Our Immigration Laws” (1919); “Radio Motion Pictures Expected In Ten Years” (1925); “Only Fools Gibe At Old Maids Today” (1936); “Shoppers Swarm Stores For Holiday Bargains” (1959); “New Cameron High School Building Dedicated In Tribute to Education” (1955); “Artifacts: Southern School of Printing catalog” by Clinton J. Holloway; “At Children’s Theater” photo (1966); “Rock-A-Long-Harvey” puppet at Harveys (1957); “That Building That Looks Like a Ship” by Gene Hawkins; Gerst Ale and Beer advertisement (1936); “Large Droves of Mules” (1869); “The Street Cars” (1869); “Rope Walking” (1869); “The Rabbit Shooting Question” (1869); “Noisy Boys” (1869); “Mashed” (1869); “Metropolitan Police Bill” (1869); “Free Negro Labor” (1869); “Women’s Rights Women” (1869); “Colored Emigration” (1869); “Shocking Accident” (1869); “Is There Any Remedy” (1869); “Accidental Shooting” (1869); “Lockjaw” (1869); “Bastardy” (1869); “Pitiable Spectacle” (1869); “Suburban Police” (1869); “Signs of Christmas” (1869); “Somewhat Improving” (1869); “Improve the Lights” (1869); “The State Library” (1869); “Warning to Automobile Drivers and Pedestrians” (1925); “A Park for Nashville” Centennial Exposition ((1897); “Economy” (1869); “Overton’s Overseer” (1819); “West’s Painting at Masonic Hall” (“Death on the Pale Horse”) (1844); “Barnard’s Photos of Stars Are Published” (1927); “Inhabitants” (1801); “Vandy’s First Football Team” by Bill Traughber; “Century-Old Mansion Holds Colorful Past Of Prominent Nashville Portrait Artist” Washington Cooper (1936); “Wharf Avenue Span Completed” (1961); “Downtown Presbyterian Church Bazaar and Waffle Shop” (1956); “Milam’s Success Attributed to Modern Shop, Good Merchandise” (1933); “Two Shots” (1882); “Horrid Murder!” (1824); “Victims of Intemperance” (1839); “Hugh F. Bell: Part I” by Paul Clements; “Pearl Music Club Plans Program” (1950); Daughters of American Revolution photo (1941); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


October 2019

VOL. 11, No. 4--“All Hallow Eve” (1887); “Love and Kidnapping” (1868); “A Murderer Pursued by His Victim’s Ghost” (1869); “Animals and Spooks in Oak Hill Horse Show” (1967); “Ryman Boat Sank In River” (1904); “Weird Wonders” (1869); “Boys Locate Buried Gold” (1919); “Pilotless Locomotive Crashes In West Nashville After 5-Mile Jaunt” (1936); “Soul-Killing Is Greater Crime Than Murder” (1937); “Suspect Quizzed In Workhouse Guard Slaying” (1955); “City Plans To Deodorize River” (1958); “Police Fear Glue Sniffing Outbreak” (1965); “Vice Officers Had Sex With Masseuse” (1974); “Automated Tellers Popular ‘Bankers’” (1976); “Artifacts: Grand Old Opry paper” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Murder Will Out” (1869); “Area Cave’s Legend Is Filled With Ghosts” (1975); “Bald Eagle Attacks a Mill-Boy” (1869); “Inauguration of Mayor Morris” (1869); “A Warning to Fair Managers” (1869); “Dangerous Toys” (1869); “Gardner and Kenyon’s Circus” (1869); “Most Beautiful Hand” (1869); “Five Hundred Children” (1869); “Killed” newsboy falls from train (1869); “Edgefield Presbyterian Church” (1869); “At the Capitol” (1869); “Emigrant Wagons” (1869); “Slung Shot” (1869); “Grand Velocipede Display” (1869); “A Mistake” (1869); “The Festival Week” (1869); “Compromised” (1869); “A Child With Two Heads and Four Arms” (1869); “Fearful Tragedy” (1869); “Pickpockets at Work” (1869); “Shooting Affair at the Fairgrounds” (1869); “Street Names” (1869); “The Educated Hog” (1869); “The Cemetery” (1869); “Indian Fashion” (1869); “Catches Alligator With Bare Hands” (1945); “The Prime of Life” (1879); “Richardson Shooting” (1909); “Theatre” (1869); “It’ll Be Earlier Than You Think” (1967); “Accidents” (1803); “Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad” (1849); “Warning To The Men Who Beat Their Wives” (1899); “Brace Supports Broken Neck” (1972); Advertisement for M. Magdalene Tartt at Ryman Auditorium (1911); “How Sweet It Is: Vandy Beats Alabama, 1969” by Bill Traughber; “Confesses Unsolved Killing” (1958); “Tubbs Tells Of ‘Non-Dueling’ Guitars” (1976); Advertisement for indoor motorcycle racing at Fairground Coliseum (1967); “The New ‘Planchette’” Ouija board (1886); “Sweeping Reform” Les Jameson and Lower Broad (1986); “Cherokee Lands” (1838); “100 Dollars Reward” (1813); “Dr. James White: Part II” by Paul Clements; Advertisement for Col. Woods’s Museum of Living Wonders featuring the Siamese Twins (1857); Portrait of conjoined twins Chang and Eng Bunker (1836); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


September 2019

VOL. 11, No. 3--“Four Escape Metro Jail” (1963); “Creek Expedition” (1813); “Here Too!!” runaway slave ad (1825); “For the Public Good” (1869); “Minor Riots In Knoxville Add To Casualties” (1919); “Out In The Streets” (1874); “Second Flight Of Aeroplane Entire Success” (1908); “New Tuberculosis Hospital” (1912); “Men Should Adapt to Social Life of Modern Working Wife” (1928); “Predictor of Rapture remains earthbound” (1989); “Twins Begin Golden Rule Days” (1968); Photo of Chris Clark and Minnie Pearl (1964); “Artifacts: Maxwell House hotel items” by Clinton Holloway; “To Farmers” (1815); “Keep Your Newspapers” (1835); “New Dress” (1819); “All-Black Fire-Fighting Company May Be Merged” (1974); “Lawlessness in Rutherford” (1869); “Free Negro Labor” (1869); “Serious Accident” (1869); “Runaway and Break Up” (1869); “Governor Senter Interviewed” (1869); “Kuklux at Collierville” (1869); “A Big Smoke” (1869); “Nashville Music” (1869); “Destructive Fire” (1869); “Meeting of Colored Men at the Court House” (1869); “National Suffrage” (1869); “Opening of the Maxwell House” (1869); “Forrest’s Advice” (1869); “De Spirits on Her” (1869); “‘Murder’ Diet For Tots Center Of Radio Debate” (1947); “A Disastrous Accident” (1869); “Maxwell House Corner Stone” (1860); “The ‘Know Nothing’ Head Dress” (1854); “Refusing to Treat” (1801); “‘Champions of the World’; Rube Foster and Bruce Petway” by Bill Traughber; “City Wages Fight Against Typhoid” (1927); “Temperance Celebration” (1849); “Removed After Racer’s Death” Nashville Speedway photo (1956); “Labor Day Observed In City” (1899); “Pickpocket ‘Ace’ Caught at Fair” (1936); State Fair advertisement (1919); “Dr. James White: Part I” by Paul Clements; “100-Year-Old Home Restored” (1963); Larry Brinton photo (1957) and tributes;; and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


August 2019

VOL. 11, No. 2--““A New Town” (1816); “The Emigrant’s Child” (1846); “Old Times In Nashville” (1895); “West End Explosion Hurts Two” (1963); “Charles Barr Is Executed” (1926); “Many Families Made Sick” (1899); “Every Older Generation Thinks It’s Better Than the New” (1928); “Another Horrible Story” (1869); “The Election” (1869); “Refused to Die” (1854); “Veteran Grand Ole Opry Star ‘Cousin Jody’ Dies” (1975); “Help Keep Local History Alive” by Allen Forkum; “Not Just A Man’s War” (1965); “Artifacts: Vanderbilt beanie” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Water Inviting at Cascade Plunge” (1963); “Plan To Retain Cascade Pool Gains Backing” (1941); “Barnard’s Comet” (1884); “Banner Carriers Honored” (1962); “Bucket Brigade Returns To Help Raise Cancer Funds” (1958); “Summer Complaint” (1819); “State Halting Mass X-Ray Of Students” (1958); “Demonstrations of Joy” (1869); “Voted at Last” (1869); “Counterfeiters Arrested” (1869); “Struck by Lightning” (1869); “The Eclipse Today” (1869); “Escape of a Lunatic” (1869); “Amputation of the Arm” (1869); “Restored to Speech” (1869); “Singular Discovery” (1869); “The Rape Case” (1869); “Decision in the Rape Case” (1869); “The Last of the Militia” (1869); “Respectfully Declines” (1869); “Ways of our Fathers” (1869); “Raid on a Negro Dance House” (1869); “Meteors” (1869); “Cancers Killed” (1869); “Give Us Pure Water” (1869); “Colored Sexton” (1869); “K.K. at Lebanon” (1869); “The Maxwell House” (1869); “Kuklux Raid in Wilson County” (1869); “Four Hundred Negroes In Maury Going to Florida” (1869); “A Dead Body Found on the Hyde’s Ferry Road” (1869); “Monster Balloon” (1869); “Distressing Accident” (1869); “Whipping by the Kuklux” (1869); “Struck by Lightning” (1869); “Governor’s Proclamation” (1869); “Lawlessness In Sumner County” (1869); “Panic in Murfreesbororo” (1869); “The Trial of The Petty Party Bandit” by Ronnie W. Ragan; “Electioneering” (1837); “Company G Will Drill At Hadley Park” (1915); “Difficulty at the Polls” (1878); “The Vols’ Home Run Champ: Bob Lennon” by Bill Traughber; “United in Marriage” (1904); “Even Death Didn’t End Aid From ‘Aunt Molly’” (1978); “500 Dollars Reward” Isaac Frankling (1835); “Glendale Street Car Strikes Bread Wagon” (1915); Pres. John F. Kennedy political cartoon by Jack Knox (1962); “Public Schools” (1857); “Johnson Hits Jackpot in NASCAR ‘300’” (1959); “Elijah Robertson” by Paul Clements; Johnny Cash ad for Hendersonville High School concert (1973); and “Kitchen Kollege” recipes by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954).


July 2019

VOL. 11, No. 1--“The Fourth of July” (1817); “The Cholera” (1833); “Dog-on-it” (1869) Riverfront Park July 4th fireworks photo (1986); “Poverty” (1869); “‘Human Tornado’ In Police Court” (1919); “Fort Negley Used By Old Klan, Veteran Says” (1924); “10th Anniversary Issue!” by Allen Forkum; “Here Are Tips to a Young Man Selecting a Wife” (1937); “Moon Landing Thrills Nashville” (1969); “Local Feminists Seeking ‘Choice,’ Not ‘Channeling’” (1975); “The Original ‘Old Glory’” (1907); “Artifacts: B.H. Stief spoon” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Grand Funk, Nation’s ‘Hot Rockers,’ Recording Here” (1972); “1957” by Tom Henderson; “A Mammoth Skeleton” (1869); “An Afflicted Lady in Search of an Erring Daughter” (1869); “Earthquake in Edgefield” (1869); “The Lunatic Asylum” (1869); “Colored Magistrates” (1869); “The Truth” (1869); “Freedmen’s Savings Bank” (1869); “Lost and Found” (1869); “How to Avoid Sunstroke” (1869); “Terrible Scare” (1869); “What is the Matter with the Water Works” (1869); “Organized Violence in Dyer” (1869); Glendale Park horseback dive advertisement (1918); “Singular Fact in Local History of Hydrophobia” (1869); “Wanted” (1869); “A Fat Steer Immolated to a Hungry Stomach” (1869); “Blood Flowing in Wilson” (1869); “Female Statistics” (1869); “Chinese Immigration” (1869); “The Vote” (1869); “Very Sad Sight” (1869); “Refuseniks’American dream a reality” (1988); “An Unfortunate Affair” (1884); “Bodies of Negro Boys Recovered” (1940); “At Race Relations Institue” (1966); “Civil Liberties Growing Problem For Nation, Says Fisk Speaker” (1957); “A Public Library” (1848); “The Sulphur Baths” (1848); “Early Nashville Baseball” by Bill Traughber; “Outraged His Step-Daughter” (1896); “Driver Stops To Lift Flag From Ground” (1961); “Fall From Seventh Floor Ten Years Ago No Terror To Healthy, Active Victim” (1937); “Railroad Bridge” (1856); “Died” (1805); “Many Aliases” (1850; “Fallen Oak is 350 Years Old” (1965); “National Prohibition” (1919); “Bellicose” (1874); “A People’s Court” (1825); “A Forgotten Chapter from Slave Times” by Paul Clements; and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.




June 2019

VOL. 10, No. 12--Steamboat Daniel Webster ad (1838); “The Abolitionists” (1838); “Raid on a Disreputable House” (1869); “A Crazy Woman” (1869); “Good Joke on Coroner” (1869); “Last One Out Is A…” Dam Mills Elementary (1973); “A Sunday Butchery” Ike Paradise murder (1883); “Two Nashville Girls Injured in Wreck” Franklin interurban (1929); “Balloons Form Indiana Sighted Near Nashville” (1909); “No Longer True That Nobody Loves a Fat Woman” (1935); “New Cover Price” editorial by Allen Forkum; “Neighborhood groups on the rise in problem areas” (1983); “Nashville Really Friendly? Absolutely, Says Newcomer” (1978); “Plastic Surgery New Demand On Doctors” (1937); “Last Negroes Drop Out Of VU Divinity School” (1960); “‘Round And ‘Round We Spin” Wabash Cannonball at Opryland USA (1976); “Artifacts: Capt. William Lawrence clipping” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Number Please!” PBX operator (1960); “Mr. Johnson Stops Show” Majestic Theatre (1911); Tune Import Motors advertisement (1971); Notice for bids to build bridge (1814); “A Serious Runaway” (1894); “Villainy” (1809); “15-Year-Old, With Polio Since 2, Wins Junior High Diploma” Addie Toler (1956); “A Park for Edgefield” (1869); “Shaky” (1869); “Soup in Dog Killing Time” (1869); “Using Abusive Language” (1869); “Shooting into a Negro College” (1869); “Time and Light” (1869); “White vs. Black” (1869); “Colored Picnic up the River” (1869); “Plenty of Water” (1869); “Clear the Way!” (1869); “Filthy Condition” (1869); “95 Degrees” (1869); “He Struck My Mother!” (1869); “Opening of the ‘Maxwell’ and Grand Ball (1869); “Cruelty” (1869); “Serious Accident” (1869); “Heavy Haul of Gamblers” (1869); “City, Local’s Corner” (1869); “The Fire” (1869); “‘Johnny’s Here’ For 1st Nashville Visit” (1968); “New Hubbard Gray Ladies” (1960); “Swept Over Dam And Drowned” (1915); “Balloon Indiana Lands Near Dickson” (1909); “Thought Balloon Was Warning From Above” (1909); “The Richman Case” (1909); “Struck on the Head” (1894); “The Deficient Water Supply” (1879); “A Point of Etiquette” (1879); “Steam-Boat General Jackson sunk” (1821); “The Fabulous One: Jackie Fargo” by Bill Traughber; “Negro Equality” (1869); “Social Equality” (1929); “Political and Public Character” (1821); “Daguerreotypes” (1848); “Local Soldier Tells How Mob Of Germans Tried To Hang Him” (1945); “Wherefore, Square of Yore?” Memorial Plaza (1972); “Museum Opens Doors To Past” (1981); “Native Americans and Foreigners” (1844); “Narrow Escape” (1859); “Notice” (1809); “Thomas Hickman: Part III” by Paul Clements; “Hillsboro Graduates Honored at Formal Ball” (1950); Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway ad (1929); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


May 2019

VOL. 10, No. 11--“8 Teen Girls, Boys Seized In Night Raid” (1956); “Attention” Andrew Jackson’s Truxton (1806); “Theatre” (1844); “Police Statistics for April” (1869); “An Affair of Love” (1873); “A Centenarian” (1887); “Arrange Rites For Victims of Lightning Bolt” (1932); “Police say Iroquois crowd well-behaved” (1983); “A Possessive Mother Can Be a Curse to Her Child” (1936); “Fort Negley Zoo Land Grant ‘Unauthorized’” (1964); “Artifacts: Iroquois Steeplechase painting” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Nashville Sale-O-Rama Sends Car Deals Zooming Upward” (1958); “Blind Tiger” (1901); “May Day” (1835); “Sixteen-Pound Hammer Hits Boy” (1912); “A Floater” (1893); “Memories of Old Nashville” by Lloyd E. Gale Jr.; “Syllogisms” (1869); “Pool Selling” (1869); “Another Mystery” (1869); “The Circus” (1869); “An Undeveloped Waif of Humanity Picked Up” (1869); “More Monsters” (1869); “Again in Trouble” (1869); “Vegetable Cheese” tofu (1869); “Bicycle Rink” (1869); “To the Readers of the Nashville Press and Times” (1869); “Immigration” (1869); “Busy Scene” (1869); “Mad Dog Killed” (1869); “Ugly Club” (1869); “Mount Ararat Cemetery” (1869); “Impudence” (1869); “A Scorching Day” (1869); “A Mother Deserts her Child” (1869); “Free Wheeling For Fun” (1974); “St. Cloud Hill” (1868); “Bridge Building” (1855); “Junior Johnson refuses to referee controversial finish” (1984); “Land Warrants” (1820); “But Is It Only An Old House?” Windlands Plantation (1974); Third National Bank advertisement with Confederate toys (1961); “Well Deserved” Belle Meade Whiskey (1881); “The 1885 Nashville Americans” by Bill Traughber; “Real Mother’s Day for the Bauers” (1941); “Cancer, Age-Old Enemy of Man, Definitely On Retreat at Meharry College Tumor Clinic” (1941); “Need to Maintain Home Life Cited by Pastor” I.W. Gernert (1925); “Unanswered Calls” (1901); “Thomas Hickman, Part II” by Paul Clements; “Students Prepare For Cohn Fair” (1955); “Gun-Making Business, S. Crockett” (1818); The Dan Cohen Co. shoe advertisement (1941); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


April 2019

VOL. 10, No. 10-- “Freight Train Smashes Truck; 10 Die” (1949); “50 Demonstrators Arrested” (1964); “State Capitol” slave ad (1847); “Sad Accident” (1848); “The Prettiest Girl in the State” (1873); “New Sensation in Velocipeding” (1869); “The Wild West” Buffalo Bill (1885); “Drug Victims Are Tortured” (1916); “Flying Saucers Are No Joke, Air Force Thinks” (1949); “Deadbeat Wives Wreck Lives of Kids, Husbands” (1949); “An Appeal to Readers” by Editor Allen Forkum; “Artifacts: Burk & Company jersey” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Bunny-Love Blooms” (1971); “Rivers Pushed Near Flood Stage” (1962); “Fire at Murfreesboro” (1869); “Bowie Knife” (1839); “Kuklux Leaving Tennessee” (1869); “More Immigrants” (1869); “Commemoration Day and the Union Day” (1869); “Waste of Fertilizers” (1869); “Afraid They Wouldn’t Get Their Pay” (1869); “Eighty-Four Saloons” (1869); “The Circus is Gone” (1869); “Ex-President Johnson’s Visit” (1869); “Lebanon Woolen Mills” (1869); “Houses of Ill Fame” (1869); “Strange Fancy” (1869); “Girls Forming Clubs” (1869); “Fisk University; Dedication of Howard Chapel” (1869); “Depraved” (1869); “The Swimming School and Bathing House” (1869); “The Alleged Rape Case—Nothing At All” (1869); “Aboirgines” (1869); “Shall We Have Censorship of Dress? (1869); “Shocking” (1869); “Dedication of the New Hebrew Reform Synagogue” (1869); “The Great Storm” (1869); “Burl Ives Hails ‘Nashville Sound’” (1962); “Overweight police officers losing weight” (1983); “Slayer Cheats Electric Chair by Own Noose” (1937); “Preservation of Meat” (1824); “Old Battlefield of Nashville” (1909); “Nashville Councilman and Second Baseman” by Bill Traughber; “Man Runs Nude, Wins Wager, Loses In Court” (1971); “Registered and Tagged” (1962); “Wilma Rudolph Wins Again” (1962); “Rules and Regulations for the Nashville Market” (1803); “Street Improvements” (1855); “The Pool Selling Law” (1891); “Western Union Marks 100th Birthday” (1956); “Thomas Hickman, Part I” by Paul Clements; “Little Leaguers at Fort Negley Diamond” (1962);and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


March 2019

VOL. 10, No. 9--“40 Dollars Reward; Stop the Thief” (1818); “How Daniel Boone Died” (1877); “Rolling the Bones” playing craps (1889); “Oldest Man In The County” (1912); “Nashville Welcomes Home Tennessee’s Gallant Sons” (1919); “Men Chiefly Resent Loss of Freedom in Marriage” (1938); “DA Office: All-Male Adult Film ‘Breeds Perversion’” (1973); “Extension of Union Street” (1869); “Colors and Insanity” (1889); “Ida Wells” (1895); “History Project Glues Pupil’s Attention To Ft. Nashborough” (1973); “Artifacts: Masonic Theatre program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “‘American Pie’ Artist Here For Grammy Show” (1973); W.W. Dillon & Co. ad for house (1913); “Growing up in Donelson” Part Four” by Barry Chamberlain; “A Juvenile Thief” (1869); “Condition of the County Jail” (1869); “The Inaugural” (1869); “Suffrage Question” (1869); “Gov. Senter denouncing the Kuklux” (1869); “Savage Sport” (1869); “A Jack-Snipe Attacks Locomotive” (1869); “Drowned” (1869); “Canal for Lick Branch” (1869); “A New System of Blackmailing” (1869); “Sold” practical joke (1869); “A Gray Eagle Captured” (1869); “Small Pox” (1869); “Cemetery for the Colored People” (1869); “Stumping” (1869); “Knocking out an Eye” (1869); “Juvenile Suicide” (1869); “Immigrants” (1869); “The Velocipede in Nashville” (1869); “Inconvenience to Pedestrians” (1869); “The Militia” (1869); “Tournament Held at Inglewood Bowl” (1965); “The Year of the JUBILEE” Fisk Jubilee Singers (1966); “Nashville Symphony Creates Music For Schoolchildren’s Appreciation” (1957); “The cause of literature likely to expire” (1821); “‘Hey, Vern!’ Jim Varney honored by state Senate” (1992); “2 Tennesseans Stage Daring Rescue at Truk” (1944); “Negress, Twice Shot, Walks To Hospital” (1926); “Cooking without Fire” (1856); “A Little Avalanche” (1842); “Vandy’s First Girls’ Basketball Team” by Bill Traughber; “Officer Wright Crushed Beneath Emergency Auto” (1914); “Fulton talks crime on Lower Broadway” (1982); “Somewhat deranged” (1831); “Dinah Shore Visits Here on Way to Capitol” (1941); “The Clover Bottom Massacre” by Paul Clements; “Cover Bottom Race” Andrew Jackson’s Truxton” (1806); “West Nashville Girl Struck By Street Car” (1926); “Crowd Overflows At Desegregation Hearing” (1956); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


February 2019

VOL. 10, No. 8--“Will be Sold” (1806); “The River is on Fire” (1824); “Taxes” (1855); “Two Violators Of Anti-Spit Law” (1909); “Install New Klan At Smyrna” (1919); “Woman’s Wages” (1869); “Man Slain In Gunbattle With Park Policeman” (1967); “Letter Delivered Over Six Years After Mailing” (1922); “Dentures Have Made Many a Homely Girl Kissable” (1949); “Joelton High Youths Claim Bigfoot Seen) (1979); “Hit-Run Driver Kills Negro, 60, On Street Here” (1936); “Lockard Cites Negro Tribulations” (1969); “Artifacts: Snowbird bobble head” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Growing up in Donelson: Part Three” by Barry Chamberlain; Advertisments for Shoney’s, Plaza Lanes and Moskovitz (1960s); “Regulars Enjoy Camaraderie Over Dime Coffee Drugstore” Moon’s (1979); “Hot To Make Coffee” (1889); “Causes of Insanity” (1969) “The Fair Grounds” (1869); “Police Statistics” (1869); “Speaker Overwhelmed” (1869); “Welcome ‘Carpet Baggers’” (1869); “Public Condemnation of Incedndiarism” (1869); “No Fuel for Whites” (1869); “Where There’s a Dray, There’s a Way” (1869); “Exit Brownlow” (1869); “Valentine’s Day” (1869); “Divorces” (1869); “Fatal Affray at Murfreesboro” (1869); “Mad Stone” (1869); “Colored Festival” (1869); “The Crowning Infamy” (1869); “Gallatin in Flames” (1869); “Old Hickory’s Home” (1869); “Governor Senter” (1869); “The Bell Ringers” (1869); “The Baby Question” by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1869); “Colemere Scene of Lawyers Valentine Costume Party” (1955); “VU Speaker: Society More Open To Homosexuality” (1975); “Preparations to escape from Jail” (1855); “Removal of Seminole Indians” (1835); “Found Death in River” (1897); “Explain Indian On City Seal And Get $150” (1949); “‘Powder Face” Dead at Glendale” (1919); “The Statue of Jackson and Washington” (1846); Joe Corley Motors advertisement (1968); “Open of Public Schools” (1855); “Cecelia Chappel: A Nashville Slave Narrative” (1930s); “Historic Grave Vandalism Ires Mount Juliet” (1979); “Pat Boone, Athlete” by Bill Traughber; “Hillsboro, Unbeaten in NIL, Puts Three On All-Nashville” (1968); “Negro Confesses Hit-Run Fatality” (1936); “Cock Fighting in South Nashville” (1879); “Whisky! Whisky!” (1817); “To Moneyed Men” (1817); “Vanderbilt Device Opens New Field In Polio Treatment” (1959); “Boys Save 3 Babies Form House Fire” (1954); “John Montgomery, Part III” by Paul Clements; Runaway slave advertisement (1835); “Singer Page Views City As Place To Record Hit” (1979); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


January 2019

VOL. 10, No. 7--“Senate Vote Ousts Fulton” (1955); “Obituary” (1824); “Earthquake” (1842); “Infanticide” (1869); “Arrested for Murder” (1869); “Newspaper Change” (1869); “The Weather” (1884); “Celebration of Emancipation” (1905); “More Lynchings In 1915 Than Year Before” (1916); “Cake of Capitol Distinction” Backer Franz Bokay (1971); “Nashvillians Seek To Black Bequest For Dog Hospital” (1937); “Mother Wicked For Jealously Undermining Son’s Marriage” (1948); “Some Reminiscences of an Old Nashville Citizen” (1916); “The Eighth of January” (1858); “Family Planning Is Their Goal At Health Center” (1974); “Artifacts: Rep. Richard Fulton 45 rpm record” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Schools’ Routemen Win Praise” (1971); “Burns Are Fatal To Mrs. Andrew Jackson” (1921); “Growing Up In Donelson: Part Two” by Barry Chamberlain; “His Radio Busy” (1964); “Pensions for Militia Men” (1819); “Fisk University” (1869); “An Outside View” (1869); “The Eighth of January” (1869); “An Eagle Killed” (1869); “Good-for-nothing Dogs” (1869); “Women’s Rights” (1869); “Another Kuklux Outrage” (1869); “Shooting a Dog” (1869); “Kuklux in Williamson” (1869); “Another Terrible Outrage in Maury” (1869); “Another Destructive Fire” (1869); “Kuklux at Brentwood” (1869); “The Little Folks” Gen. Tom Thumb (1869); “Shot in a Saloon” (1869); “Rumored Lynching in Wilson County” (1869); “From the Altar to the Grave” (1869); “Coal Dust in Snow” (1884); “A Warning for Skaters” (1884); “Improved Morals” (1884); “Religious Controversy” (1835); “Colored Emigrants” (1875); “The Nashville Bridge” (1824); “Thought To Be Over” small pox (1894); “Escape and Recapture” (1858); “Elliot, 104, Remained Spirited To The End” (1976); “Indians near Detroit” (1808); “Secrecy Cloaks Move Of Bogus Money Here” (1973); “Kelly’s Terrible Fate” (1875); “Misbehaving in Church” (1875); “A Place for Your Trash” (1875); “Uniforms for Prisoners” (1875); “No Hat and No Home” (1875); “Teacher of Young Hoboes” (1905); “Sale of Negroes” (1858); “Singeing of Hair Not Advisable” (1915); “Fire Truck Hits Car, Injuring Woman, 34” (1981); Nashville Electric Service advertisement (1958); “Tennis Balls Cost Vandy SEC Title” by Bill Traughber; “John Montgomery: Part II” by Paul Clements; “Eyes In The Night” Nashville skyline (1958); “The Quilt Craze” (1884); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


December 2018

VOL. 10, No. 6--“Woman Is Found Slain In Franklin” Rosa Mary Dean case (1949); “Claus-trophobia?” (1966); “Little Ones Write to Santa Claus” (1917); “Christmas Special Upsets Cash; Vows He Is Ending TV Career” (1976); “Agents of Abolition” Williamson Co. slave revolt (1838); “A Second Rip Van Winkle” (1895); “Pathetic Incident In Governor’s Office” (1907); “Attorney starts campaign for historic sulphur spring” (1982); “What is the Best Age to Get Married?” Dorothy Dix (1939); “Wife Beating” (1868); “The Minstrels” (1868); “Artifacts: Confederate Veteran magazine” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Tennessee Honors Sgt. York’s Memory” (1968); “Christmas Parlor Tricks” (1868); “Steamboat Disaster” (1838); “Growing Up in Donelson, Part One” by Barry Chamberlain; “A Wedding In Sunset Of Life” (1976); “Five Distinct Races” (1888); “The Corporation Case” (1868); “Female Clerks” (1868); “Another Kuklux Demonstration” (1868); “Flying Machine” (1868); “A Painful Misunderstanding” (1868); “The Destitute” (1868); “Kuklux Law” (1868); “Rachel Roach” (1868); “The Velocipede” (1868); “Primitive Style of Emigrating” (1868); “A Christmas Gift” (1868); “The Oldest Man” (1868); “The Freaks of Jack Frost” (1868); “A Merry Christmas” (1868); “A Little Pleasantness” (1868); “A Treasure Found” (1868); “Disgracefully Drunk” (1868); “The Freedmen’s Bureau” (1868); “Mysterious Kuklux” (1868); “Christmas Spirit Abounds As Street Decorations Lighted” (1957); “Identity Of Woman’s Slayer Is Mystery” (1949); “Four Charged In Slaying” (1949); “Champion Bird Eater” (1878); “An Accomplished Beast” (1878); “Let There Be Peace” (1829); “Deeply Lamented” Capt. John Crawford (1812); “Female police officers see a bright future” (1987); “Fire” (1849); “That Popular Game” shooting craps (1888); “Some Apology” (1804); “Nashville Violinist Conducts for Betty Boop and Mickey Mouse” (1933); “Vanderbilt Hosted Dixie Tennis Classic” by Bill Traughber; “Lands For Sale” James Robertson (1804); “Negroes Still Selling High” (1857); “John Montgomery, Part I” by Paul Clements; “Visions Of Sugarplums?” (1968); “Former Employe Recalls Early Days With Banner” (1928); Sherman-Williams store interior photo (1937); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


November 2018

VOL. 10, No. 5-“World War Ends” (1918); “I Guess—“ (1824); “Health of Nashville” (1841)’ “Ruins of the Rock City Flour Mills” (1868); “Freaks of the Storm—A Church Blown Away” (1868); “Meter Maids Get New Scooters” (1961); “Attacked Them With An Axe” (1897); “Thanksgiving Day In Nashville” (1904); “Schoolgirl Days Teach Women About Handling Men” (1941); “Children To Learn Phone Operation” (1955); “Critics Say Modern Art Getting ‘Boring, Tiresome’” (1961); “City Whistles Announce News To Eager Public” (1918); “Nashville Goes Wild With Joy Over Armistice” (1918); “Toll Of Flu In Nashville Shown” (1918); “Artifacts: first Clinic Bowl program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Fisk Cornerstone Notes Water Vital in 1906” (1972); “Sleepover Fun” by Tom Henderson III; “Hallow E’en” (1868); “Didn’t Like It” (1868); “Election Returns” (1868); “School Children at Loggerheads” (1868); “Kuklux” (1868); “The Kuklux and the Election” (1868); “The Employment of Women” (1868); “Sorghum Molasses” (1868); “A Foul Murder By The Kuklux In Maury County” (1868); “The Kuklux” (1868); “True Independence” state’s rights (1868); “The Tennessee Admiral At Home” Farragut (1868); “Funeral of an Old Colored Citizen” (1868); “Female Independence” (1868); “Great Fire on Market Street” (1868); “State Library” (1868); “Attempted Suicide” (1868); “Lockeland: Historic Neighborhood Residents Band Together For Homes Tour” (1979); “Important Intelligence” New Orleans (1802); “Smothered to Death” (1874); “To Build a Bridge” (1812); “Junior League Home Children Entertained” (1961); “Club’s Oldest Member Sees Nashville Change” (1979); “Tells of Life at the Front” (1918); “How About It, Mr. Referee?” Jack Knox election cartoon (1946); “A Wife’s Power” (1856); “UT-Vandy’s 100-Year-Old Conflict” by Bill Traughber (1918); “A Nashville Soldier of the Great War Remembered” by John P. Williams; “‘Medical’ Fraud Cases Increase” (1926); “To Hire” (1808); “A Sunday Outrage” (1882); “Brentwood Landholders Honored by Hillsboro Hounds” (1936); “A Mistake corrected” (1824); “John Davis” by Paul Clements; “The Whig Jubilee” (1837); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


October 2018

VOL. 10, No. 4- “‘Haunted House’ To Be Auctions” (1974); “Salt” (1817); “Atrocious Murder!” (1835); “Indians’ Interest In Tennessee” (1868); “Mr. Mercer and the Colored People” (1868); “Pay Tribute To Explorer” (1930); “A Marvelous Story of Death and Life” (1868); “Editorial: Halloween” (1926); “Don’t Be A Victim of Sentimental Hooey” (1936); “Bizarre calls threaten hair of several women” (1985); “Morris Levine Is Halloween Legend” (1976); “Fisk Battles Taylor Today” (1954); “Artifacts: “Davidson Count Women in the World War, 1917-1919” by Clinton Holloway; “Workers Begin Repairing Damage At City Cemetery” (1962); “Teed Off” by Tom Henderson III; “A Treacherous Bombshell” (1868); “Strange Discovery” (1868); “A Fraud” (1868); “Uncle Sam vs. The Ring” (1868); “A Monstrosity Coming to Town” (1868); “A Whole Family Prostrated” (1868); “Oppression of the Poor” (1868); “Nashville National Cemetery” (1868); “Spelling Books as Plunder” (1868); “Lebanon” (1868); “A Locksmith Engaged in Studying Wedlock” (1868); “The Rights of Women” (1868); “Deliberate Suicide” (1868); “United States Troops in Tennessee” (1868); “Emma Abbott in Church” (1887); “Nashville’s First Comic Book Convention Attracts Collectors” (1977); “Abate the Nuisance” (1879); “Museum’s Opening Observed” (1945); “The Road to Chattanooga” (1845); “The Rail Road” (1850); “Inauguration of the Governor” Sam Houston (1827); “Purse Snatched at Fair Grounds” (1913); “The Penitentiary” (1868); “Killed by a Limb” (1804); “Woman Who Whipped Husband Wants Divorce” (1912); “More About Negro Dolls” (1908); “Concert by the Blind” (1879); “Burned the Church” (1898); “Indian Lands” (1817); “Brilliant Meteor” (1868); “The Game Meant That It Was Historic: Tennessee’s First Interracial Football Game” by Bill Traughber; “The Escape Artist, Part Two” by Jeanine Wright Smith; “Anthony Bledsoe, Part II” by Paul Clements; “Didn’t Take” (1868); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


September 2018

VOL. 10, No. 3- “Blast Wrecks School” Hattie Cotton bombing (1957); “An Indian Anecdote” (1802); “$850 Reward!” for deserters (1814); “Don’t Want Any More Germans” (1868); “Extraordinary” (1868); “Labor Day Greenwood” (1907); “Pistol Practice” (1884); “Self-Sacrificing Daughter Should Not Be Family Goat” (1927); “Global heat rise leaves governments cold” (1982); “September Heat Sets Daily Average Record” (1925); “Woolworth Fire Cause Unknown” (1941); “Country Music Hall Of Fame Holdup Nets $21,000” (1978); “Artifacts: Lafayette glass” by Clinton J. Holloway; “In Police Benefit Show” Petticoat Junction stars (1967); “Hopes To Motorize Fire Department” (1916); “Scents, Sounds and Sensations of Yesterday” by Tom Henderson III; “Swindling Colored Soldiers” (1868); “Public Schools” (1868); “Shot in the Head” (1868); “Found Guilty” (1868); “Report of the Jail Physician” (1868); “Kuklux” (1868); “The Sorrows of Betsy Bosely” (1868); “Wilson County Fair” (1868); “Struck by Lightning” (1868); “Velocipedes” (1868); “Fisk University” (1868); “The Cumberland” (1868); “A Sad Sight” (1868); “False Alarm” (1868); “Fair Grounds for Davidson County” (1868); “An Army of Thieves” (1868); “African Church” (1868); “Colored Men of Nashville!” (1868); “The City Vote To-Day” (1868); “A Gallant Fight” (1868); “School Attendance Off by 25-30 Pct.; Segregationist Groups Protest At Elementary Schools” (1957); “Larry Gilbert Has His Day” by Bill Traughber; “The Escape Artist, Part One” by Jeanine Wright Smith; Vanderbilt vs UT-Chattanooga football photo (1985); “Something New” (1874); “Telegraph Line from Nashville to St. Louis” (1849); “Two Charges” (1895); “Drowned” (1854); “A Teacher Wanted” (1837); “Electrical Worker Injured in Plunge” (1937); “Anthony Bledsoe, Part I” by Paul Clements; “Gen. Jackson” (1825); Hadley Park pool photo (1948); The Embers ad featuring Heaven Lee (1970); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


August 2018

VOL. 10, No. 2- “Zealous Defender” (1808); “Incendiary Papers” (1835); “Ferry ‘Cross The Cumberland” Clees Ferry photo (1975); “Her Reputation Bad” (1894); “Capitol Hill Tunnel Was Likely For Coal Delivery” (1961); “To Keep Husband On Line, Continue To Cut Bait” (1947); “State anti-clinic abortion law is struck down” (1983); “Bullets Wound 2 Outside Theater” (1971); “Chaos and Desolation” (1846); “Police Intelligence” (1868); “Big Show” (1868); “Fight in South Nashville” (1884); “Fire Breaks Out In Ryman Auditorium” (1915); “Metro Council ‘Censure’ First In Local History” (1965); “Children Under 10 Advised To Stat at Home” (1941); “Artifacts: Ku Klux Klan flyer” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Hot Summers” by Tom Henderson III; “Gabby’s Monumental Stunt” by Bill Traughber; “When the City of Nashville Owned Slaves” by Bill Carey; “Andrew Ewing” by Paul Clements; “TV Seen As Broadening Influence On Children” (1958); “Lock You Doors” (1849); “Kuklux Outrages In Sullivan County—Incendiary Handbill” (1868); “Crime in July” (1868); “Another Candidate in the Field” (1868); “Colored Men Doing Well” (1868); “Nashville in the Ascendant” baseball (1868); “Walking on Wire” (1868); “A Test” (1868); “Prejudice Against the Jews” (1868); “Three Years in the Penitentiary” (1868); “Infanticide” (1868); “[Nathan Bedford] Forrest” (1868); “Free Labor” (1868); “Raining Fire” (1868); “Sudden Death” (1868); “Our Colored Friend” (1868); “Sanitary” (1868); “Infanticide” (1868); “The Colored Refugees” (1868); “Too Much for Her” (1868); “The Drama Among the Colored People” (1868); “Man Shot in Gallatin” (1868); “Extraordinary Birth” (1868); “Bandits Loot Show Store As Officer Stares” (1928); “Ike Hirsch, at 62, Decides To Stop ‘Selling’ Papers” (1936); “This Man Hates Dail System; Takes Souvenir” (1925); “The Theatre” (1823); “An Adroit Swindle” (1876); “Would Not Work In A Saloon” (1904); “Reach for Peace” festival photo (1986); “Boy Thrown By Pony And Killed” (1915); “Opry May Move To Coliseum” (1963); “‘Air Mail Bananas’ May Be ‘Canceled’” (1973); “NEVD Lures Shopping Crowds” (1958); “Singing Star Arrives” Bobby Vinton (1965); “Brenda Lee Stars In Court Over Contract” (1957); “Homes of the Red Men” (1854); “Grass Must Not Be Thrown In Street” (1904); “Singular Phenomenon” (1817); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


July 2018

VOL. 10, No. 1- “Indian Treaties” (1825); “Wooing People for Votes” (1825); “The Cholera” (1850); “Swift Retribution” (1868); “More From the Kuklux” (1868); “Comet B-1884” (1884); “Is It The Wheel?” (1896); “Negroes Making Exodus” (1910); “Antique Firearms Stolen From DeBow” (1926); “Young Man Wise To Avoid Sentimental Sweetheart” (1946); “Heat Sufferers Look to Spirit for Cool Spell” (1938); “Auto Rams Theater; Boy Dies In Tragic Crash” (1960); “Opry Legend Deford Bailey Dies at 82” (1982); “Hadley Park Dedication July Fourth” (1912); “Bicycle Built For Nine” (1965); “Artifacts: Knapp Farm proposal” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Bike Thefts Averaging 55-60 Per Week Here” (1975); “Boys Will Be Boys” by Tom Henderson; “Summer Opera at Centennial” (1903); “The Indians” (1815); “Fishes Without Eyes” Mammoth Cave (1843); “Big Time Visitor Blares All In Weighty Interview” circus elephant (1958); “Death at Dutchman’s Curve” by Ralcon Wagner; “The Fourth of July Split” (1868); “Kuklux” (1868); “Supposed Poisoning” (1868); “The Negro Race Disappearing” (1868); “Suicide” (1868); “Barbarism in Giles County” (1868); “Kuklux Impudence and Mystery” (1868); “Death by the Klan” (1868); “Premature Dog Days” (1868); “A Murder that was Not a Murder” (1868); “To the Voters of the Fifth Congressional District” (1868); “Feminine Assault” (1868); “Paying at Last” (1868); “The Reign of Terror in Maury” (1868); “Baseball Soldiers of WWII” by Bill Traughber; “City Cemetery” (1868); “Nashville-on-the-Brazos” by Barry Chamberlain; “July 4: day for celebrating” (1982); “The Texas Association” (1825); “American Independence” (1808); “Death by Drowning” (1838); “New Park Name” Hadley Park (1912); “The Hadley Family” (1912); “The Berryhill-Simmons House” by Paul Clements; Gerst Select advertisement (1927); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.




June 2018

VOL. 9, No. 12- “LBJ Dedicates Priest Dam” (1968); “Timothy Demumbreun” (1809); “Don’t place court-house on public square” (1826); “Manhood” (1868); “Child-mistresses” (1868); “The Police” (1907); “The Tribulations of Newspaper Reporting” (1875); “‘Grand Ole Opry’ Movie To Premiere Here” (1940); “Fathers Should Help Mothers Take Care of Their Children” (1945); “Nashville’s Transit Crisis Part of a Wider Problem” (1972); “Reservoir Changes Face Of 3 Counties” (1968); “‘Fiery Cross’ Blazes From Summit Of Ft. Morton During Klan Ceremony” (1923); “Artifacts: Leon’s dress shop bag” by Clinton J. Holloway; “A Wish Harbored 44 Years Comes True For Jim Henry” (1960); “School Is Out!” by Tom Henderson III; “Six Boys Killed by Eating Poisoned Mulberries” (1868); “Railroad War” (1868); “Mad” (1868); “Batchelor’s Hair Dye” (1868); “Congugal Love” (1868); “Ingratitude” (1868); “Unfeeling Mother” (1868); “Man Lynched in Maury” (1868); “A Democrat on Colored Suffrage” (1868); “Wonderful” Myrtle Corbin, girl with four legs (1868); “Entertainment for Colored Men” (1868); “Kuklux in Maury County” (1868); “Cyprian War” (1868); “Lost and Found” (1868); “The Edgefield Colored School” (1868); “The Colored Celebration” (1868); “To Set Aside Deed” (1895); “What Women Are Wearing” (1895); “Satchel Paige Pitches in Nashville” by Bill Traughber; “Blue Dying” (1814); “Health of the City” (1854); “Lightning” (1839); “Big Railroad Expansion” (1911); “Vauxhall” by Debie Oeser Cox; “Figure-Eight Racing Not For The Weak Of Hear” (1963); “The Barrys of Early Nashville” by Paul Clements; “Child Loses Life Under Street Car” (1935); “Airport Tower Man Faced Heat, Danger In 1937” (1958); “Talent In Abundance At [Lawrence] Welk Show” (1973); “A Horned Lizzard” (1887); “A New Artist” (1848);and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


May 2018

VOL. 9, No. 11- “100 Dollars Reward” (1803); “Fearful Tornado” (1868); “Influence of woman” (1811); “Quickest Trip On Record” (1843); “Died of Starvation” (1843); “Struck by Lightning” (1868); “Woman’s Suffrage” (1893); “Cholera and Small Pox” (1835); “Sewart ‘Copter Crashes, Burns Near Gainesboro” (1958); “Girls, Don’t Be Too Clever, Eager; Just Be Yourself” (1927); “Mark Place Where Ku Klux Organized” (1917); “‘Vision’ Drink Said Deadly” (1964); “Indictments for Obscenity Still Sought” (1971); “Covington says women aided his election win” (1986); “Artifact: Nashville Community Playhouse program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Courthouse Artist Arrives Here” Dean Cornwall (1937); “Tennessee History” (1876); “Rock ’n’ Roll Takeover [at 15WLAC]” by Tom Henderson III; “Treasure Trove” St. Cloud Hill (1868); “Horrible” (1868); “The Green-Eyed Monster” (1868); “Kuklux” (1868); “Carrying Concealed Weapons” (1868); “The Veil” St. Cecilia (1868); “Cannibalism” (1868); “A Monstrosity” (1868); “Wandering Musicians” (1868); “Abusive Language” (1868); “Lucky” (1868); “Runaway Team” (1868); “Malicious” (1868); “The Hebrew Monday” (1868); “For President, General Ulysses S. Grant” (1868); “Strange Desire” (1868); “Evidently Crazy” (1868); “Police Intelligence” (1868); “Prom: Prelude To Graduation” (1966); “Destructive Fire” (1847); “Unpleasant Difference” (1820); “Michael Jordon Plays Baseball at Greer” by Bill Traughber; “‘New’ country can’t hold a candle to ‘old’” by Sarah Cannon (1986); “Jaywalking Ordinance Ignored In Nashville” (1975); “Gallatin” moonshiners (1885); “Water Lottery” (1811); Moronline advertisement (1941); Dr. Schindler’s Reduction Pills advertisement (1893); “The Negro Vote” (1907); “Auction activity” WDCN-Channel 8 PBS (1986); Fire Engine Company No. 16, Belmont-Hillsboro photo (1941); Sulphur Dell home-run catchers photo (1941); “Red Sulphur Springs” (1855); “More Town Lots” (1855); “A Home, A School, An Orphanage” by Paul Clements; and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


April 2018

VOL. 9, No. 10- “Dr. King Slain in Memphis” (1968); “Partial Curfew Ordered; Scores Hurt in Rioting” (1968); “National Guardsmen Ring the Capitol” (1968); “Cherokee Indians” (1818); “Lunar Influence” (1820); “The Fire Alarm” (1868); “Didn’t Come” (1868); “Sanitary Police” (1868); “Lady Clerks” (1868); “Thrilling Escapes” (1905); “Man’s Wife Will Get Over Infatuation With Soldier” (1943); “Capital Punishment” (1873); “Child Near Death as Religious Treatment Fails—Two Arrested” (1926); “April Fools’—Tootsie’s won’t close after all” (1985); “Wedding on Rollers at Hippodrome Tonight” (1916); “Artifacts: Delbert Mann letter” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Nashville of the Future” illustration (1936); “The Parakeet Craze” by Tom Henderson; “Police Statistics” (1868); “The Cold Snap—Fruit Killed” (1868) “Negro Depredations on the Granny White Pike” (1868); “Dreadful Affair in Maury County” Kuklux Klan (1868); “A Hurricane” (1868); “New Base Ball Rules” (1868); “The Assault Case” (1868); “Fatal Man Trap” (1868); “St. Cloud Hill Committee” (1868); “Base Ball” Young Kuklux team (1868); “Edgefield will be Incorporated” (1868); “Off for Liberia” (1868); “Wife Beater” (1868); “Interesting Meeting” (1868); “‘Guerrilla Warefare’ Spreads After Arson at A&I ROTC” (1968); “Call For Guard Withdrawal” photo (1968); “Controversial Champions: The Nashville Seraphs 1895 Season” by Bill Traughber; “The Portrait of Gen. Jackson” (1827); “Irish Musical Program” (1848); “Dust! Dust! Dust!” (1896); “Rights of Man” (1804); “Ranaway” (1836); “Colored Men of Property” (1868); “Pioneer Automobile Builder” Preston Dorris (1936); “Madison High Wins Rifle Meet” (1956); “Crushed to Death” (1886); “What Curiosities Earn” (1883); “Penitentiary Fire” (1855); “More Daylight Aid To Workers, Claim” (1926); “An Old House That Once Stood In Nashville” by Paul Clements; “Eggs-tra Special Day” (1979); Gene’s Record Shop advertisement (1966); DeFord’s Sausage advertisement (1967); Grant’s advertisement (1954);and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


March 2018

VOL. 9, No. 9-“No Grumbling” (1809); “Nashville” Timothy Demumbrune (1824); “The Riot at Murfreesboro” (1868); “Claim the Championship” baseball (1868); “The Kuklux in Nashville” (1868); “A&I President Pledges Study Of Reports Student Beaten” (1957); “Six Reasons Why Women Are Gloomier Than Men” (1934); “Met An Untimely End” (1895); “Skating Carnival” (1895); “‘Black Nashville’ Title Earned By Miss Winfrey” (1972); “Streaker Didn’t Get Crowd, But Drew Gunman’s Anger” (1974); “Winged Mercury Takes Nose Dive” (1952); “1918 Flu Epidemic ‘Horrible’” (1976); “Artifacts: Hap Townes recipes” by Clinton J. Holloway; “7 Foot, 7 Inch Giant In City” (1956); “On the Home Telephone” by Tom Henderson III; “A Limited Number” (1868); “Something in the Cave Line” (1868); “Fatality Among the Swine” (1868); “A Wonderful Freak of Nature—A Child with Three Arms” (1868); “Kuklux in Edgefield” (1868); “Fisk University” (1868); “The Kuklux Menaced” (1868); “Huge” (1868); “The Kuklux in West Nashville” (1868); “The Kuklux Unmasked” (1868); “Maxwell House” (1868); “A Hoax” (1868); “Raid to be Made on the Slaughter Houses” (1868); “Arrival of Colored Pupils” (1868); “A Kuklux Killed” (1868); “Keeping Houses of Ill-Fame” (1868); “Wonderful Phenomenon” (1868); “Proceeding Against the Kuklux” (1868); “Immigration” (1868); “Leaving the City” (1868); “Outrage Upon a Teacher of a Colored School” (1868); “Don’t Like the Kuklux” (1968); “Central High School Basketball, 1925–1926” by Bill Traughber; “Union Station’s Mercury Becomes 2 Bronze Tablets” (1955); “Tagging For Hubbard Hospital” (1956); “Sisk Apologizes To Rep. Hall For Dousing, Slap In The Face” (1977); “Treating” (1836); “Levi’s had lookers, no takers” Brooke Shields, Betty Banner 1988); “New-Orleans!” (1815); “That Painting” (1845); “Education” (1809); “Nashville Bridge” (1824); “McGavock’s Ferry” (1824); “Donor, Worker, Buyer … Goodwill” (1961); “A Deplorable Accident” Edwin Warner (1889); “Over The City” (1876); “What’s in a Name?” (1868); “Vagries of an Insane Man (1868); “Suicide at Cross Plains” (1868); “Free Negroes” (1858); Rich Schwartz & Joseph advertisement (1921); “Retired Nashville Motorman Served On Horse-Drawn and Electric” (1930); “Working Women Need The Ballot” (1913); “Bible Exhibit” State Library (1941); “Ask Charter for Negro Country Club” (1943); “Something old, something new” convention center (1985); “Father Is Suing Son” (1903); “Man Who Has Called 394,200 Trains Ends 30th Year at Task” (1939); “Hotel Gossip and Personal Mention” (1905); “Ancient Bones and Relics Dug Up in East Nashville” (1921); “Liverpool Napoleon Merry” by Paul Clements; “Daring Young Man On The Flying Skateboard” (1979); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


February 2018

VOL. 9, No. 8-“Stage Accident” (1844); “Old Hickory’s Statue Goes Begging” (1875); “Ladies Skating” (1868); “Baptismal Ceremony” (1868); “State Library” (1868); “Tennessee Soldiers at the Cincinnati Reunion” (1868); “A Bloody Tragedy” (1907); “New Theater Completed” (1912); “I Know I’m Awfully Young, But…” Valentines photo (1974); “Allow Women to Openly Pick the Men They Want to Marry” (1941); “Cockfighting No Isolated Incident” (1973); “Harveys downtown now part of history” (1984); “UFOs Spotted In Skies Over Portland” (1979); “First Woman ‘Milkman’ Starts Deliveries Here” (1943); “Farmers Pour Milk Onto City’s Streets” (1967); “Streetside Parking Meters Debut” (1953); “Artifacts: Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church brochure” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Former Banner Carrier Stars With Rogers in ‘Kitty Foyle’” (1941); “Man Given 10 Years For Slaying He Can’t Remember” (1961); “From Heeby-Jeebies to Louie, Louie” by Tom Henderson III; “Wonderland Fantasies” Children’s Theatre (1967); “The ‘Kuklux Klan’” (1868); “Conservatism In Georgia” (1868); “Freedmen’s Bureau” (1868); “Houses of Ill Fame” (1868); “Candles for the Cars” (1868); “Japanese Ports Opened to Commerce” (1868); “A Nashville Mystery” (1868); “Goats Come to Gried” (1868); “Base Ball” (1868); “A Colony of Farmers” (1868); “Horrible-A Dead Infant Dug Up And Partially Devoured By Dogs” (1868); “Drilling Every Night” (1868); “The Cedar Street Ghost” (1868); “A Sad Story” (1868); “Too Late” (1868); “Maliciously Attacked” (1868); “Retaliation” (1868); “Horrible” (1868); “Iranian Mob Shouts ‘Death to Carter!” (1979); Organization of Iranian Moslem Students photo (1979); “An Interesting Case” (1892); “Frank & Jesse James in Nashville” by Terry Coats; “Vanderbilt: The Birthplace of College Basketball” by Bill Traughber; “Consumed by Fire” (1827); “Turnpike from Franklin to Columbia” (1835); Jersey Farms advertisement (1943); “Artist Aaron Douglas Dies At Age 79” (1979); “Celebrate Trolley Line Extension” (1927); “Iron Works Negroes” Montgomery Bell estate auction (1856); “Glorious Victory!” (1814); “A House With a History” (1886); “No ‘Gloomy Sunday,’ What With Services and Music” flood refugee photo (1937); “‘Sam the Penny Man’ Brings His Private Mint to Nashville” (1950); “Richard Henderson, Part III” by Paul Clements; “Melancholy Accident” (1802); “Jimmy Griggs Has New Modified For Daytona Race” (1961); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


January 2018

VOL. 9, No. 7-“Boarding House” (1809); “Midnight Revelers” (1892); “Nashvillians Take First Ride Across New Bridge” (1956); “Slovenliness in Attire Bespeaks Pure Laziness” (1936); “‘Baby’ Marries Her ‘Baby Sitter’” (1947); “Seven-Year-Old Pulls Mom From Burning Car” (1973); “Lynchings in 1901” (1902); “A Beautiful Scene” (1868); “Street Mishaps” (1868); “First Battle of the Year” (1868); “You’ve Come Quite A Long Way, Baby” (1971); “In Lighter Vein” (1902); “Talks Produce Friction” (1971); “Artifacts: The Christian Magazine” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Germans Remember Generosity Of Negro GIs, Dudley Writes” (1955); “Pile Drive: Part Two” by Tom Henderson III; “Suffering in Nashville” (1868); “Wild Varmint Killed” cougar (1868); “Skating” (1868); “A Dangerous Organization” Ku Klux Klan (1868); “Outrage in Franklin” (1868); “Soup for the Poor” (1868); “City Schools” (1868); “Vagrant Dogs” (1868); “Street Beggars” (1868); “The Charity Hospital” (1868); “Fatal” (1868); “Another Outrage” (1868); “Klanswoman gets 15-year sentence for bombing plot” (1982); “Growing Dislike of German Army” (1914); “Gentle Sex Contributes Firs Vanderbilt Athlete” (1964); “Spirit of Toleration” (1821); “Hermitage Mansion” (1871); “Leeches! Leeches!!” (1844); “Firemen Say Roof Saved Travelres Rest” (1969); “Your Baby: Okay To Let Boys Play With Dolls” (1950); “Third Negro Bank Enters Field” (1914); “Enticing Ice” photo Centennial Park (1981); Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription advertisement (1889); “Educating the Freedman” Fisk University Jubilee Hall (1876); “Ex-A&I Star Boid Buie To Play Here Wednesday” (1959); “Women Prisoners Finding New Hope” (1969); Cain-Sloan advertisement (1958); “Dark Scenes” (1888); “Nashville Baptist Church” (1839); “Will Be Boon To Cancer Victims” (1924); “Double Tragedy Ends Quarrel” (1920); “U.S. Newspapers Termed Impartial By Psychologist” (1941); “Atmospheric Telegraph” (1854); “All Bustle Now” (1819); “Richard Henderson: Part II” by Paul Clements; “Divorce” (1876); “It’s Sad Day For Spitz, Who Lost Buddy In Race With Car” (1957); “A Dog’s Sympathy” (1868); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


December 2017

VOL. 9, No. 6-“Concert stampede ‘was like a nightmare’” (1987); “Negroes to be Hung” (1856); “Emancipation Celebration” (1907); “Fatal Locomotive Explosion” (1867); “Children’s Letters to Old Santa Claus” (1912); “Army Officer Here To Explore ‘Bob’s Hole’ For Bodies” (1911); “Trapp Family Singers Concert Is Acclaimed” (1948); “Death Laid To Poison Whisky” (1922); “Man Shouldn’t Return to His First Wife and Children” (1951); “Thinking of Yule Present? TV Set Should Please All” (1951); “‘Jesus People’ Arrested For Harassing Shoppers” (1973); “Day Home Children Treated” (1967); “Artifacts: 1966 Cain-Sloan Christmas catalog” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Home With The Treasures” shopping photo (1974); “Herrmann, The Wizard” (1891); “Husband’s Death Fatal To His Wife” (1922); “Pile Drive” by Tom Henderson III; “A Singular Coincidence” (1867); “The Forgotten Brave” (1867); “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” (1867); “Burned to Death” (1867); “Colored Office Holders” (1867); “An Aboriginal Race Against Time” (1867); “The Harding House—Enterprise Of A Colored Citizen” (1867); “Examination at the Fisk University” (1867); “A Desperate Affair” (1867); “Christmas Drunks” (1867); “The K. K.” (1867); “Sleighing” (1867); “Trim Naval Reserve Tre” (1957); “Riding For A Fall” Stock Market editorial cartoon (1928); “Grantland Rice” by Bill Traughber; “Poor communication blamed for stampede” (1987); “Uncle Frank Turner, The Brave Lifesaver of the Cumberland” (1910); “Youngsters’ Laughter, Tears Hold No Novelty For Mother, 35, Of 13” (1959); “Hillbilly Music Fails To Draw Big Crowd For Keauver Rally” (1951); “Negroes Imported” (1804); “A Secret Double Life” by Larry Brinton; “Horribly Mangled” (1884); “Gallatin and Nashville Turnpike” (1836); “Black Against White” (1876); “Worthy of Imitation!” (1812); “Local Elks Bring Santa To 460 Youngsters” (1956); “Confederate Soldiers’ Home Razed” (1953); “She Should Know That—“ (1891); “Signs of the Times” (1844); “Richard Henderson, Part II” by Paul Clements; “Yankees To Take On Unbeaten Burros” (1972); “‘Park Your Baby” Boon To Mothers (1938); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


November 2017

VOL. 9, No. 5-“2O Dollars Reward” runaway (1808); “The Penitentiary” (1857); “Shows Must Close On Sunday” (1914); “Prohibiting Football” (1897); “Amalgamation” (1874); “Vaccination, Long Hair Factors in School Dispute” (1927); “Too Many Men Cease Their Love-Making At the Alter” (1937); “Woman Charged In Abortion Attempt” (1957); “Motorman Shot By 2 Bandits In Holdup Attempt” (1932); “Police Hold Rites For 2 Officers” (1975); “Sugar Shack Workers See Irony In Crackdown” (1976); “Airport Still Raided” (1962); “New Uniform” (1867); “The Dispensary” (1867); “Artifacts: Cummings Campaign Button” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Tantalizing Turkey Time” (1962); “1979” by Tom Henderson III; “‘City of Nashville” Sleeping Car” (1867); “Base Ball Tournament” (1867); “A Fine Opening for the Police” (1867); “A Desperate Character” (1867); “Emigration” (1867); “The River” (1867); “Equal Rights” (1867); “Scalded to Death” (1867); “Larceny of Bed Clothing” (1867); “The State Library” (1867); “Ladies Restaurant” (1867); “Water Works” (1867); “The Lock Game” (1867); “A Depot Building for Edgefield” (1867); “General Forrest” (1867); “Commodore Vanderbilt” (1867); “Descent on a Gambling House” (1867); “Pharmacy A Tradition For Meadors” (1967); “Class AA Champions” Hillsboro High football (1955); “A North Carolina Marriage” (1857); “The New Colored Baptist Church” (1874); “Keep Cool” (1824); “First Locomotive In Tennessee” (1849); “Look Here!!” (1814); “Nashville’s First Football Game” by Bill Traughber; “Donelson Hosts Film Stars” (1966); “Firemen’s Toy Drive Under Way” (1967); “The New Bridge” Woodland Street Bridge (1884); “Old Publishing House Crumbling” AME Sunday School Union (1979); “Mrs. Bertha Lusky, Age 107, Early Resident Here, Dies (1927); “‘Little Al’ Gets Revenge” (1932); “Blue Triangle Plans Camp Show” (1952); “New Electric Signs” (1904); “Hillsboro High Students Injured In Car Wreck” (1959); “Down A Sink-Hole” (1874); “Nashville Gets Motion Pictures” (1959); “Isaac Bledsoe, Part II” by Paul Clements; Seventh Avenue Garage ad (1962); “A Family Row” (1886); “Nashvillians Accept Power Curtailment” (1941); “Colonization Society” (1831); “Cherokee Land Sales” (1820); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


October 2017

VOL. 9, No. 4-“When The Quake Came To Town” (1895); “How He Missed the Eclipse” (1875); “Impeach [President] Johnson” (1867); “City Cemetery” internments (1867); McCann school haunted house photo (1977); “Halloween Night Offers Chances To Masquerader” (1918); “Most Mothers Are Openly Partial to Their Sons” (1936); “Cursed Her Father-In-Law” (1912); “Hell Hole Exhibit” shrunken heads (1946); “Music Stars Don’t Find ‘Hustler’ Cartoon Funny” (1977); “‘Pro-Family’ Rally Focuses ERA, Abortion Opposition” (1978); “100 Oaks To Help Propel City: Belz” (1967); “Donny Going Home, But Doesn’t Know It” (1959); “Artifacts: General Shoe Co.” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Grandpa [Jones] Sets Goal” CMA awards (1967); “Car Trouble” by Tom Henderson III; “Slavery in Tennessee” (1867); “Prospering” Edgefield colored schools (1867); “Cost of the Capitol” (1867); “Trestle Bridge” Lick Branch (1867); “Immigration Question” (1867); “Two Children Bitten By A Rattlesnake…” (1867); “A Feminine Fight” (1867); “Relic” Native American (1867); “The Brentwood Tragedy” (1867); “Fowl Weather” (1867); “Tight Pants” (1867); “Democratic Impudence” (1867); “Tennessee River Survey” (1867); “The Nashville Temperance Society” (1867); “Assault and Batery” (1867); “Astonished Red Men” (1867); “U.S. Colored Troops” (1867); “The Japanese Troupe” (1867); “The Murfreesboro Pike Again…” (1867); “Bits of Rags” (1867); “Capitalists from the North” (1867); “For the Blind” (1867); “The Strange Case of Dr. Beaver, Part II” by Jean Roseman; “Jim Bergin Comes Back, But Bad Boys of Beat Are Old Men Now” (1926); “Meeting of the Indians” (1803): “Patrolman Winfrey Sued by C. A. Sloan” (1907); “Engine 576” by Tom R. Knowles; “Sweet time” sorghum molasses (1982); “A New Drug Store” (1845); “Information Wanted” search for families of freed slaves (1867); “Youngster Dies 6 1/2 Years After Tragic Accident” (1965); “The Wicked Blade” (1884); “If I Was He” (1823); “‘Hundred Oaks’ Plans To End Operations” (1954); “Isaac Bledsoe, Part I” by Paul Clements; “Plaque To Honor Early Court Clerk” (1954); “Clear and Ghoul Tonight” Halloween photo (1955); “Head Hunter!” shrunken heads (1960); “Drawing the Color Line” (1875); “A Lunatic” (1835); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


September 2017

VOL. 9, No. 3-“One Killed And Five Injured At Broad-Street Fire” (1903); “Horrible Outrage” at Colored State Fair (1911); “Confederate Monument Unveiled” (1926); “Better To Be a Bachelor Girl Than in an Unhappy Marriage” (1937); “Census Errors” (1854); “Commie Plot Against U.S. in Korea Hinted” (1947); “Loose Woodbine Monkey ‘Turned Out,’ Woman Says” (1974); “Accidental Shooting” (1867); “Colored Schools” (1867); “Dander Is Up” (1846); “What I Like and Don’t Like” (1850); “Dig Those Swingin’ Cats” Danny and the Juniors (1958); “Crescent Theater closes doors after 30 years” (1982); “Artifacts: Philip Lindsley book” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Eating Out” by Tom Henderson III; “Case of Bastardy” (1867); “German Immigration” (1867); “An Unsatisfactory Amnesty Proclamation” (1867); “Funeral of Abram Myers” (1867); “Piscatorial” (1867); “Eclipse of the Moon” (1867); “The Sleeping Girl” (1867); “Colored Men of Nashville” (1867); “One Year Ago” (1867); “Zollicoffer Residence” (1867); “Sabbath Desecration” kid’s baseball (1867); “Immigrants” (1867); “Nashville Needs a City Library” (1867); “Serenade” (1867) “Terribly Crushed” (1867); “Oppress Union Men” (1867); “Iranians Blast Shah” (1978); “The Strange Case of Dr. Beaver, Part I” by Jean Roseman; “Vandy’s First Night Game” by Bill Traughber; “Slam-punk contest” (1982); “Pearl High Leader Won Scholarship When Only 15” (1958); “Telephonic” (1884); “Attempted Suicide” (1874); “Sherman Nickens” by Larry Brinton; “Streets and Attitude Distress Out-Of-Towner” (1974); “Clothing Stolen” (1958); “Mary Bledsoe” by Paul Clements; “Head Fer Th’ Hills, Men” Hillbilly Day (1958); “Killed the White Men” (1801); “Public Schools” (1848); “The Largest Man” (1895); “Our Court-House” (1824); “White Man Turns Black” (1912); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


August 2017

VOL. 9, No. 2- “Fort Negley Restoration Before Group” (1963); “Revolutionary Hero” (1802); “William Walker” (1856); “Beware of the Counterfeit Ticket!” (1867); “A Quiet Thursday—Good Order at the Polls” (1867); “In Anticipation of World’s End” (1910); “‘Corpse’ in River Denies it’s Dead; ‘Just Resting’” (1941); “First Army Unit Alerted For Duty” (1950); “Accept Husband ‘As Is’ and Stop Longing for Romantic Other” (1947); “Hoo! Hoo! Hooie!—Old NC Tootin’ Last, But Love Lives” NC&StL (1957); “Fifty Gallons Of Port Wine Taken” (1917); “Marilyn Monroe’s Death Climax To Life Of Sadness” (1962); “McNairy County Sheriff Ambushed, Wife Killed” (1967); “FAA official praises city at airport dedication” (1987); “Artifact: Girl Scout program for Eleanor Roosevelt” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Russians Have Questions, Touring Nashvillian Finds” (1962); “Children Meet ‘Freddie’ The Porcupine” (1950); “Playing Wiffle Ball, Part II” by Tom Henderson III; “Walked Thirty Miles” (1867); “Excitement in Edgefield” (1867); “Where the Reign of Terror Was” (1867); “Turned Out” (1867); “Brownlow’s Majority” (1867); “Tennessee Girls” (1867); “A Wonderful Chicken” (1867); “Re-opening of the Adelphi” (1867); “Montgomery Bell Academy” (1867); “Asserting their Rights” (1867); “The Colored People on The North Nashville Street Railroad” (1867); “Suicide” (1867); “Northern Capitalists” (1867); “Has He Soul?” (1867); “A Belligerent Female in the Recorder’s Court” (1867); “Photography” (1867); “The Fisk School University” (1867); “A Sad Spectacle” (1867); “Protest Against Proposed Location” (1911); “We’re Having A ‘Youth Quake’” (1965); “Last Weeping Willow” (1891); “In the Seats of Their Fathers, Part II” family church pews (1904); “Aunt Louise” by Larry Brinton; “The Railroad Merger That Rocked Nashville” by Ralcon Wagner; “Life in Nashville One Hundred Years Ago” (1932); “Samuel Barton” by Paul Clements; Cain-Sloan calculator ad (1972); “Old-Timer’s log-rafting stories fall silent” (1983); “War with the Musquito Tribe of—Insects”and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach


July 2017

VOL. 9, No. 1-“Independence” (1811); “Increase of Population” (1824); “Hunting Down Colored Republicans” (1867); “Hottest Day” (1867); “Negro Dies In Electric Chair” First electrocution (1916); “Escape Was Miraculous” (1907); McCann Steel Co. flag photo (1977); “City Shivers In ‘Mystery’ Cool Wave” (1937); “A Woman Who Openly Pursues A Man Will Run Him Off” (1937); “Hee Haw’s Beauregard Dies” (1975); “Actor Penn smacks into public eye” (1985); “$12-million General Jackson showboat is christened” (1985); “Artifact: The Christian Counselor” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Cher Too Bare, Jokes Granny Allman” (1975); “Playing Wiffle Ball, Part One” by Tom Henderson III; “Cool It, Bear” Edgefield polar bear statues (1975); “Fulton Festival” (1972); “Railroad Bridge” (1867); “A Warning to the Freedmen of Tenenssee” (1867); “The Meeting at the Capitol Last Night” (1867); “120 Degrees” (1867); “The Glorious Fourth” (1867): “Handsome Present” (1867); “The Street Car Case” (1867); “Conservative Conciliation” (1867); “Base Ball Clubs” (1867); “A Fable” (1867); “Drinking Ice Water” (1867); “Freedman’s Bureau Hospital” (1867); “Duke Keeps Cranking Out Opry Programs; No Misses” (1976); “Novel Contrivance” (1855); “Photography” (1855); “Gas” at the Capitol (1855); “Happy Edgefield!” (1883); “Comic Ballet Set For Hadley Park” (1956); “Tennis Pro Buchholz Conducts Clinics” (1961); “East Nashville’s Venerable Ideal Laundry To Topple” (1968); “Flimflam artists working Nashville” (1985); “Irish Potato Crop” (1856); “Negros Gain Strength In White Exodus: Jordan” (1968); “Opryland’s Instant Success Brings Growing Traffic Woes” (1972); “Blind Girl’s Terrible Experience With Robber” (1907); “In the Seats of Their Fathers, Part I” family church pews (1904); “Old Cowboy Star Hoxie Got ‘Fed Up’” (1975); “Attuck Blues” (1855); “The City’s First Night Game” by Bill Traughber; “The Sword Swallower” (1895); “Indians” (1808); “Freshet” (1823); “Daniel Smith, Part 4” by Paul Clements; Hales Cut Rate Drug advertisement (1958); “Humor” (1808); “The Joke Makers” (1895); “Free Barbecue” (1856); “Confederate Commander Will Arrive Here Tuesday” (1925); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach




June 2017

VOL. 8, No. 12-“Happy Opry Tradition Coming To End” (1973); “The Widow and the Widower” (1839); “Return of the Volunteers” Mexican-American War (1847); “Banishment and Disfranchisement” (1867); “River Gives Up Its Dead” (1894); “Thos. A. Edison In Nashville” (1906); “Parents Need To Remember Their Own Youth” (1945); “Indian Village Uncovered In Granny White Area” (1973); “A Hissing Incident” (1908); “2 Hitler Youths Are Executed For Espionage” (1945); “Nashville’s gays thrive despite opposition” (1983); “Artifacts: Werthan Double Duty Bags” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Airman Falls Down Shaft” (1957); “Colorful Miss Has Problem On Her Driver’s License” (1959); Nashville Pure Milk Co. ad (1945); “Down on the Farm” by Tom Henderson III; “The Funeral of Frank Parish” (1867); “Sad Accident—Man Run Over by a Locomotive” (1867); “Shall Colored Person Ride In Street Cars?” (1867); “Arrested for Assault” (1867); “The Colored Schools” (1867); “The Jewish Faith” (1867); “The Street Car Question” (1867); “Memphis Rebels” (1867); “Nearly Complete” Deaderick Street (1867); “Colored Base Ball Clubs” (1867); “Mysterious Sickness” (1867); “No Cholera Yet” (1867); “A Dog Fight” (1867); “Shot and Poisoned” (1867); “Discharged” (1867); “Arrested and Fined” (1867); “Voters Registered” (1867); “Freaks of Lightning” (1867); “Wonderful Indeed—A Great Curiosity” (1867); “A Curious Relic” (1867); “The Workhouse” (1867); “The Street Car Question Again” (1867); “A Nashville Publishing Enterprise” Gen. Robert Hatton (1867); “One Hundred Graves” (1867); “Flies” (1867); “Indian Burial Site Guarded By State Law” (1973); “The Noble Dead” (1874); “Baths” (1825); “Terrible Disaster” Brooklyn Bridge (1883); “Creek Indians” (1814); “Nashville’s 1st public school now Hume-Fogg” (1988); “Johnsons Aid Fan Fair Success” (1973); “Nashville Negroes Honor Woman Who Gave Life For Their Race” Joanna P. Moore (1935); “Nashville Scrapbook” cartoon, Old Glory Flag (1960); “Want of Shade Trees” (1825); “The Night Boots Got Booted” by Bill Traughber; “Daniel Smith, Part III” by Paul Clements; “Indians Object To Being Imitated In The Movies” (1932); “Switch Engine Demolishes Car” (1927); “Rockabilly Hits of the 50s Are Valuable Items” (1973); “Public Granary” (1825); “Police Court” (1857); “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach


May 2017

VOL. 8, No. 11-Wehrley & Hynes still ad (1817); Female Dentist ad (1817); “Eclipse of the Sun” (1900); “Negro Race Not Under A Ban” (1897); “Women Sacrifice More in Marrying” (1936); Bicentennial troop reenactors photo (1976); “Smile! You’re On…Candid Camera?” (1964); “World’s Fair opens with thousands attending” (1982); “Riverfront Park July opening set” (1983); “Cholera” (1837); “White-Washing” (1867); “Accident” (1867); “Brass Knucks” (1887); “Hubby Trifled While Wife Worked, Charge” (1922); “Says Colleges Got Husband’s Remains” (1913); “‘Concrete’ Boulevard Renovated” (1864); “Artifacts: Harveys statement” by Clinton J. Holloway; “60-Year-Old Negro Grocery Plans Supermarket Chain” Otey’s (1964); “Female Jockeyism” (1803); “Red Rover, Red Rover” by Tom Henderson III; “Hebrew Citizens” (1867); “Registration” voter (1867); “Gov. Brownlow’s Address” (1867); “A Warning to Parents and Children” (1867); “Ghost in Wilson County” (1867); “Arrested a White Man” (1867); “Fisk and McKee Schools” (1867); “Our Church Improvements” (1867); “A Nuisance” (1867); “The Sulphur Springs” (1867); “A Noble Boy” (1867); “Laying on of Hands” (1867); “Baptismal Services” (1867); “Fort Negley” (1867); “Mollie May” (1867); “Appropriating Corporation Earth” (1867); “A Young Reprobate” (1867); “Sad Accident” (1867); “Another accident” (1867); “A Poor Lunatic” (1867); “Cruelty” (1867); “The Penitentiary Crowded” (1867); “A Fearful Ride” (1867); “Malformation Extraordinary” (1867); “Nashville May Get First Permanent Wax Museum” (1967); “Mystery Solved And ‘It’ Is A Man” (1908); “Portland Asks Help To Pick Strawberries” (1956); Tennessee Prparatory school track team photo (1964); “Fear of Ridicule Caused Monkey Law Repeal: Scopes” (1967); “James K. Polk” (1837); “Public School Celebration” (1856); “A Lebanon Fracas” (1875); “Steam Ship Robert Fulton” (1820); “Music City U.S.A.? Change That To ‘Mausoleum City’ (1975); “Tonsils Ought To Be Removed” (1912); “Cleaning Up” (1846); “$40,000 Fire Destroys Home” (1954); “Ginger Beer” (1897); “Loew’s President Against Screen Ads” (1931); Nashville Symphony Youth Orchestra photo (1964); “Pungent Paragraphs” (1922); “Musical Group Celebrates 30th Birthday” Woman’s Musicale (1947); “Gen. Jackson’s Health” (1837); “Daniel Smith, Part II” by Paul Clements; “Teepee Replica At Show” (1966); “Thomas Jefferson” (1801) “Bad White Man” (1907); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach


April 2017

VOL. 8, No. 10-“Sword Unsheathed By Uncle Sam” (1917); “Melancholy Accident!” (1805); “Loss of the Brandywine” (1832); “Corps d’ Afrique” (1867); “Great Mass Meeting of the Citizens of Davidson County” (1867); “Our Relations With Russia” (1878); “Editor Warns Doctors: Time Short To Fight Medicare” (1962); “Slayer Pines For ‘Hot Stool’” (1926); “New Fair Park ‘Whips Up’ Fun” (1952); “Monster Scales Union Station” (1955); “Monster’s Off Tower—Until Next April 1” (1955); “Don’t Dress Like a Little Flapper at the Office” (1941); “Buena Vista Students Ill After Lunch” (1981); “Artifacts: Banner/Tennessean sign” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Move For Crippled” Junior League Home photo (1962); “Where the Action Was” by Tom Henderson III; “Man Shot” (1867); “Father Ryan” (1867); “The Fire Last Night” (1867); “Fire in the Country” (1867); “Conservative Colored Convention” (1867); “Peach Crop” (1867); “Missed” (1867); “Discharged” (1867); “An Infant Murdered” (1867); “Elder David Lipscomb” (1867); “Female Suffrage” (1867); “To the Capitalists of Nashville” (1867); “Decorations of the Graves of the Confederate Dead Yesterday” (1867); Dan Castello’s Great Show circus ad (1867); Fair Park ad (1952); Dorothy Dix ad (1926); “Aurora Borealis” (1894); “The Flying Dutchman: Honus Wagner” by Bill Traughber; “Error in Surveying” (1818); “Tents Spread on Slopes at Belle Meade” (1917); “Threats on Lives of Congressmen” (1917); “Desecration of Flag Prohibited” (1917); “Announcement” E.B. Stahlman (1917); “‘The Birth of a Nation’ at Vendome To-Night” (1917); “Tots At Andrew Jackson Homes and East Nashville Thrill To Egg Hunt” (1956); “Ice” (1855); “Recipe to Kill Cockroaches” (1824); “Radnor Lake Suit of Negroes Called” (1926); “Ready For Easter” photo at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (1971); “Daniel Smith: Part I” by Paul Clements; “Preservation of the Indians” (1826); “Opry Scenes Wrap Up Movie” (1974); “Teen-Ager Flying Home After Treatment Here” (1962); “Edgefield” (1876); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


March 2017

VOL. 8, No. 9-“Havoc Wrought By Tornado At Murfreesboro” (1913); “Extravagant Hearsays” (1808)’ “Troublesome Negroes” (1867); “Outrage by Soldiers” (1867); “This Suffragist Did Not Need Police Protection” (1913); “Against ‘Jim Crow’ Law” (1905); “Don’t Let Others Try To Manage Your Life” (1934); “Reagan hails Jackson’s ideals to legislators” (1982); “City heritage lured many presidents” (1982); “Sheriff Breaks Up ‘Call Girl’ Operation” (1958); “‘Inner Loop’ Formally Opened” (1972); “Artifacts: Hitchhiker’s Dream” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Youngsters: Shell A Dud; ‘Playing With It Two Years” (1977); “Story Time” by Tom Henderson III; “The Floods” (1867); “An Interesting Case — Colored Husband and White Wife” (1867); “Wrestling” (1867); “Smallpox” (1867); “Destitute People” (1867); “The Suffering Poor — A Praiseworthy Move” (1867); “Stop It” (1867); “Relief Meeting” (1867); “Uniformed Police” (1867); “The Religious Awakening” (1867); “Fleeing from Destitution” (1867); “White, Black and Mulatto” (1856); “Hundreds See Storm’s Work” (1913); “Found On Battlefield Of Stones River” (1903); “Pristine Six-Lane Highway” by Ralcon Wagner; “Old-Timers Recall Infancy of Telephone Industry in Nashville” (1926); “Shot His Wife” (1873); “Protest Role in War” (1967); “The Old Police Station” by Larry Brinton; “26 Nurses Capped” (1958); “Want Women Kept From The Saloons” (1913); “Poll Tax Must Be Paid Not Later Than March 15” (1921); “To the Citizens of Nashville” Fire companies (1814); “Died” Mrs. C.B. Bradford (1820); “Sulphur Springs Bottom” by Bill Traughber; “Capers CME church hails slave founders” (1982); “Wingless Army Plane Stops Here” (1940); “John Rains, Part II” by Paul Clements; “A Gravestone Mystery Solved” by James Morgan; “Some refugees ache to go home, but without hope” (1982); “A-Student Wayne McInturff Activities Wide, Varied” (1958); “Negro Emigration” (1895); “Immigrants Buying Lands In Tennessee” (1913); Francisco hats ad (1876); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


February 2017

VOL. 8, No. 8-“Woman Slashed; Ax-Man Hunted” (1936); “Timothy Demmbruen” (1811); “State Rights and the Rights of States &c” (1827); “Early Fire” Mercy Hospital (1911); “Spoiled Child Unable To Meet Life’s Hardships” (1937); “Child Marriage Bill Quickly Passes Senate” (1937); “Air Crash Kills 3 Rock, Roll Idols” (1959); “One Of Them Is A Lady” photo (1974); “Tennessee Abortion Laws Struck Down” (1973); “Spitting, Swapping, ’N’ Cussing Make Old-Timers Feel At Home” (1978); “Negroes at the Capitol” (1867); “Fast Driving on the Bridge” (1867); “Last Act in the Negro Drama—A Rich Scene at the Capitol” (1867); “Artifacts: William Edmunds’ Nurse” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Girls Should Urge Date To Slow Down, Save Lives” (1960); “Unlawful To Drive Faster Than A Walk” (1909); “Going to the Game” by Tom Henderson III; “Our Radical Governor” (1867); “Legistlative—The Colored Franchise Bill Becomes Law” (1867); “A Right Pert Negro” (1867); “Colored Mass Meeting” (1867); “Colored Element” (1867) “Colored Celebration at Columbia” (1867); “Colored Citizens” (1867); “As Might be Expected” (1867); “A Racy Letter from a Would-Be Colored Candidate for Governor” (1867); “Rapine and Murder” (1867); “Be Not Decieved” (1912); “One Hundred Years Old” ballot box (1886); “Vols of 1921, Early ‘30s Are Old Timers Honerees” (1967); “Ground Hog Day” (1897); “Humor, Patience Lead To A Long Life” (1974); “Tall Moonshiner In Toils Again” (1927); “Distressing—Probable Suicide” (1846); “School At Mt. Juliet; Loss $50,000” (1942); “Ballroom Dancing Makes Comeback Among Youth” (1974); “3-Dimensional TV?” (1953); “Keep Open Mind On Flying Saucers, Club Advised” (1961); “Vickie’s Mysterious Death” by Larry Brinton; “Careful, Lady, There’s a Wolf at the Door” Cal Alley cartoon (1943); “Cal Alley Cartoons Trace Quarter-Century of History” (1974); “Frances Batson, a Nashville Slave Narrative” (1936-38); “Study of Black History Salutary” (1974); “Meigs Gets Track Trophy” (1958); “Historic Franklin Taking on New Life” (1912); Majestic Theater ad for “The Smart Set” (1912); “John Rains” by Paul Clements; “Historic Homes To Be Restored” (1968); “DJ takes memories as he leaves mike” Jim Kent (1984); “Talbots Hotel” (1811); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


January 2017

VOL. 8, No. 7-“Most Snow Since ’29” (1964); “Caution to owners of Slaves” (1825); “Free Negroes Look Sharp!’ (1825); “Burned to a Crisp” (1887); “Follow These Rules When Angling for a Husband” (1937); “‘Chameleon’ Rock ’n Rock Record Is ‘Banned’ Here” (1964); “48 Arrested At Williamson Cockfight” (1961); “Star-Shaped Snow Flakes” (1867); “Freedmen’s Celebration” (1867); “‘Fake Priest’ Jailed” (1964); “Soviets in Syria could cause crisis in Mideast” (1983); “Artifacts: Tolbert Fanning CDV” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Shoppers Surge In As Harveys Opens” (1958); “Local Play Houses Safe” (1904); “Gone Fishin’” by Tom Henderson III; “Martin Luther King Honored” (1981); “Atlanta is Ahead of Us” (1867); “Our Suspension Bridge” (1867); “Wanted at Lawyer” (1867); “A Quiet City” (1867); “Too Many Contrabands” (1867); “Child Smothered” (1867); “Assault on a White Man” (1867); “An Evil to be Suppressed” (1867); “A Salt Well” (1867); “Benevolent” (1867); “A Suggestion to our Street Railroads” (1867); “St. Cecilia Academy” (1867); “Blasting” (1867); “Genuine Winter” (1867); “Sport for the Boys” (1867); “The Mud” (1867); “A Delegation of Choctaw Indians in the City” (1867); “The Great Foot Race” (1867); “The Spectators in the Galleries at the Capitol” (1867); “Cooper’s Spacecraft Visits Nashville” (1964); “One Cent Reward” (1819); “Poor Blind Tom” (1894); “L&N Aids Snowbound Hear Patient” (1978): Metro firefighters March of Dimes photo (1964); “Emancipation Celebration” (1904 and 1908); “Squirrel Solves Personal Problem in Unusual Way” (1933); “Women’s Demanding Roles Highlighted By Program” (1964); “Lives till 1915 As He Predicted” (1915); “Women’s Liberation Criticized In Book” (1973); “Girls Find Pipe A Pip” (1964); “Words Without Song” cartoon (1894); “Patrolman John True” by Larry Brinton; “Lt. Nickens On A Hot Seat As Chief of Metro Homicide” (1980); “Fun In The Snow” (1964); “Old-Timers Grudgingly Say Modern Cold Is Pretty Bad” (1936); “Andrew Castleman” by Paul Clements; Olshine’s advertisement (1948); “The Human Society” (1896); “Total Eclipse of Moon is Witnessed” (1917); “Historical Society to Get Ancient Gun” (1933); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawling Hach.


December 2016

VOL. 8, No. 6-“Congress Declares War” (1941); “Pacific War Brought Close Home For Nashville Families” (1941); “Negro Resentment!! Mrs. Dinah’s Petticoat!!!” (1836); “Stampede of Free Negroes” (1856); “Forty Hour Work Week Will Not Bring Domestic Bliss” (1933); “‘Panty Raid’ Punishment Determined” (1957); “Klan Is Ignored As Crowd Enjoys Christmas Parade” (1980); “The Lulliputian Army Moves On Santa Claus” (1903); “President Urges Respect For Law And Order” Prohibition Repeal (1933); “Keep A Light In The Window” Fannie Battle Day Home (1956); “Stripe and Plaid” (1866); “Miscegenation” (1866); “Artifacts: A.L Crabb Christmas Card” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Yuletide Scene” downtown photo (1959); “Home Cooking, Part III” by Tom Henderson III; “Marching Off To Battle” (1964); “A Strike Among Colored Laborers” (1866); “A Wandering and Eccentric Vagrant” (1866); “A Sad and Inexplicable Case of Insanity” (1866); “Scalded to Death” (1866); “A Fortune Teller Come to Grief” (1866); “Dreadful Fire at Columbia” (1866); “Slave Claims” (1866); “Sad Accident” (1866); “Skating and Sledding” (1866); “Maxwell House” (1866); “Anniversary of the Battle of Nashville” (1866); “Omnibus Overturns” (1866); “Warming Street-Cars” (1866); Phillips & Buttorff toy advertisement (1939); “Toy Department Exciting As Christmas Nears” (1959); “Nativity Scene Gone 13 Years Now” (1980); “Trangressors Halted by Holy Hint” (1973); “Man Wears Makeup To Get Job” (1959); “Pearl Harbor and Nashville Sports” by Bill Traughber; “Fort Campbell Men Recall Pearl Harbor Ten Years Ago” (1951); “Japan’s Power Called ‘Myth,’ U.S. Urged To Wield ‘Big Stick’” (1941); “Fantasy Man” by Larry Brinton; “Discarding the Mask” Ku Klux Klan (1874); “Calm Christmas Eve Recorded In Nashville” (1973); “Knocked Down By A Street Car” (1905); “Noted Confidence Man” (1895); “Prince Arrives” (1980); “More Amusement” (1829); “CBS Tapes Suffragette Documentary In Nashville” (1973); “Sally Buchanan” by Paul Clements; “Scouts Help Needy” (1958); “The First Southern Locomotive” (1856); “Melancholy” (1849); “Motor Manners Reminder Posted” (1951); “Remember These?” old records (1973); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


November 2016

VOL. 8, No. 5-“Singer Dead In Bizarre Music Row Case” (1975); “Indian Captive” (1818); “A Strong Minded Yankee Girl” (1857); “These Lassies Have Plenty Of Basketball Ability, Too” (1967); “Serious Charge” (1886); “Weeping Is No Longer A Weapon For Women To Use” (1926); “Campbell Troops Say A-Bomb Is ‘Good Thing’” (1951); “Toy Cart Brings Smiles To General Hospital Ward” (1956); “Cave Fallout Shelter for 2,000” (1962); “Harry Houdini, Magician, Dies” (1926); “Banner Will Not Accept Hard Liquor Ads” (1933); “The Sisters of Mercy” (1866); “The Poisoning Case” (1866); “Artifacts: Campbell’s Business Directory” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Only Charred Bills Remain of Savings” (1937); “Home Cooking, Part Two” by Tom Henderson III; “Inexperienced” (1866); “Growth of Nashville” (1866); “Strange Rumor” (1866); “Another Suicide” (1866); “Another Destructive Conflagration” (1866); “The Burning of that School” Brentwood (1866); “The Future of the Negro Race” (1866); “The Burial of a Distinguished Colored Man” (1866); “Church Dedication” (1866); “Attempt to Arrest Harper” (1866); “Sausage Season” (1866); “Shame on Humanity” (1866); “Fine School Building” (1866); “Residence of Gen. Zollicoffer” (1866); “Rite of Baptism” (1866); “The Railroad Robbers” (1866); “Not Quite Married” (1866); “Queer Phenomena” (1866); “A Winter Suggestion” (1866); “Self-Consciousness Easy to Overcome” (1936); “Here Comes McCartney” Goat man (1957); “Protest Filming Of ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’” (1926); “Victim Of Influenza At Camp Wadsworth” (1918); “People Are Indignant” (1904); “Imprisonment for Debt” (1818); “Delivering the Louisiana Country” (1803); “Unforgettable 1937 Hidden Ball Play Recalled By Vandy Players At Reunion” (1962); “Respect of All” (1874); “Murder on Nine Mile Hill” by Larry Brinton; “Ty Cobb Played Nashville” by Bill Traughber; “Smart Dog” (1886); “Major John Buchanan” by Paul Clements; “Public Executions” (1824); “Cherokee Indians” (1818); “Into The Wings Of History” Bijou Theater (1957); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


October 2016

VOL. 8, No. 4-“Warning to Young Fellows” (1810); “Cherokee Emigration” (1838); “Frightful Wave of Crime” (1907); “Almost a Panic” (1897); “Girl in Early Teens Grave Problem to Parents Today” (1937); “Tampering scare haunts Halloween” (1982); “New Street Cars in Parade” (1926); “Abandoned Infant” (1866); “A Man Drugs Himself to Death” (1866); “Moral Cowards” (1866); “Sensational Preaching” (1879); “‘Big Beat’ Music Outwits Critics” (1965); “Art ifacts: ‘Smart Bear’ by Tom Tichenor’” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Reminder Of The Past” chestnuts (1958); “Home Cooking: Part I” by Tom Henderson III; “Necromancy Extraordinary” (1866); “Subsidence of the Cholera” (1866); “The Base Ball Match” (1866); “Returned” (1866); “The Cholera Vanished—Restrictions Removed” (1866); “One of His Little Ones” (1866); “Local Jottings” (1866); “The Cholera in Nashville” (1866); “Excitement about Vagrant Negroes” (1866); “Wrestling Match—Negro Wins” (1866); “Pigeons” (1866); “Horrible Occurrence” (1866); “Fast Driving” (1866); “Colored Sabbath School” (1866); “The Great Ice Wagon Chase” by Brian Allison; “Baseball Dreams Come True” Johnny Beazley by Bill Traughber; “Ghosts Walk and Fun Reigns as Halloween Spirit Grips City” (1925); “Growing Up in Hillsboro Village” by Larry Brinton; “Great Pumpkins! Costumes Make Halloween More Spirited” (1976); “Pretty Village Girl Falls To Lure of Dress” (1919); “Beer Bottles Deflect Shots, Save Man’s Life” (1944); “Charlotte Robertson” by Paul Clements; “Finds Grave of Anthony Foster” (1917); “An Accident” (1856); “Old Relics” (1873); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


September 2016

VOL. 8, No. 3-“Perpetual Motion!” (1835); “Cholera in the Suburbs” (1866); “Rank and Poisonous” (1866); “The Suspension Bridge at Nashville” (1850); “Taken Out and Hung” (1874); “Murder in London” Jack the Ripper (1895); “Policeman’s Handy Gun” (1907); “Tossing Pitchfork Causes Tragedy” (1908); “Self-Centered, Morbid Women Are Unpopular With All Men” (1936); “Jimmy Carter Not Fuzzy On Issues, Wife Says” (1976); “13 Negroes Quietly Enter 6 City Schools” (1958); “Newborn found at East High” (1985); “Ban of ‘Deep Throat’ May Not Be Contested” (1973); “Artifact: Tennessee Farmer periodical” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Reminder For Holiday Driving” THP photo (1961); “An Education in Mischief: Part 5” by Tom Henderson III; “Cheapest Article” (1866); “Sudden Death” (1866); “Precautions against Cholera” (1866); “Watermelons” (1866); “Not an Epidemic” (1866); “Western Suburbs” (1866); “Succulent Fruit” (1866); “Exaggerated Reports” (1866); “Marked Increase” (1866); “Mortuary Report” (1866); “Large Increase” (1866); “Tar Burning” (1866); “Culminating Point” (1866); “The Exodus” (1866); “Fort Negley” (1866); “Afraid of the Cholera” (1866); “Cholera Preventative” (1866); “Cholera Cigar” (1866); “Very Heavy Mortality” (1866); “Green Walnuts” (1866); “Nashville’s Only Violin Maker Learned From ‘Fiddle Mizer’” (1925); “The Colony of Rugby” (1895); “195th Hour Finds 4 Couples Still in Marathon Dance” (1928); “Parthenon Burglar Breaks Out With $120” (1964); “360 Negroes In Mixed Classes Here” (1961); “The Duncan Hotel” by Tom Vickstrom; “100 Deer Ordered For Game Farm” (1940) “Sidewalk Artist” (1958); “My Early Stories” by Larry Brinton; “RCA Sweats Out Reaction To Jesus-Football Recording” (1976); “Fair Attracts 91,000 Firs Half Week” (1958); “James Robertson: Part XXV” by Paul Clements; “Mystery Of Tombstone And Its Missing Grave” (1973); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


August 2016

VOL. 8, No. 2-“GIs Oust McMinn Tyrant Rule” (1946); “Buzzards Feasting” (1838); “Still Another Landmark to be Razed” (1878); “Hundreds of Dead Fish in the Cumberland River” (1937); “Are Most Men Afraid Of Women?” (1938); “Prime rate drops to 15% in big banks” (1982); “Drunks ruining city’s image” (1982); “Extremely Dull” (1866); “Walking with Prostitutes” (1866); “Colored State Convention” (1866); “Melancholy Event” (1848); “Can’t It Be Stopped” (1878); “Free Milk For The Negro Babies” (1913); “‘Come Disarm Us,’ Nazis Dare U.S., Britain” (1941); “Hold On, Everybody! Another Beatle Book!” (1965); “Artifact: Gray & Dudley display” by Clinton J. Holloway; “All-Year School Gets Attention” (1925); “Death from Sunstroke” (1878); “Boy Swimmer Revived” (1959); “An Education in Mischief: Part 4” by Tom Henderson III; “The Cholera” (1866); “A White Man Arrested For Living With A Negro Woman” (1866); “Rumor in the City” (1866); “The Sanitary Condition of Nashville” (1866); “Somnambulism” (1866); “Highly Favored” (1866); “Garbage” (1866); “The County Poor House” (1866); “Martial Law at an End—Civil Authority Restored” (1866); “Korn Juice” (1866); “Mosquitoes” (1866); “Firing Pistol Inside the Corporation” (1866); “A Wife Whipper” (1866); “Killed by Lightning” (1866); “A Fine Dog Died” (1866); “Rat Trap” (1866); “Rosy Young Irish Girl” (1866); “Men-Only Jobs Give Way At Meharry” (1973); “Local Orphans View ‘Treasure Island’” (1959); “‘Sunshine Special’ Carries 1,450 Happy Orphans On Joy Ride Today” (1922); “First-Year Falcons in Nashville” by Bill Traughber; “Gene Autry Here Getting State Fair Visit Lined Up” (1959; “Wishing to Remove” Shelby’s Fatherland (1849); “Snappy Church Advertisement Lure to Sinners” (1922); Fairgrounds Speedway demolition derby ad (1964); “B. Banner Visits Another Local Lass, D. Shore, At Home” (1949); “1918 Prison Break” by Larry Brinton; “Paddled” (1874); “Mules or Dummies?” (1887); “The Sulphur Spring” (1838); “James Robertson: Part XXIV” by Paul Clements; Woolco shoe ad (1973); “Defying Death” photos of stunt (1975); “Was It A Dead Man?” (1892); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


July 2016

VOL. 8, No. 1-“Negroes for Sale” (1814); “Hemp Wanted” (1814); “Demise of the Patriarchs Jefferson and Adams” (1826); “Don’t Heed Such Reports” (1866); “Still They Come—A Few More Cases of Miscegenation” (1866); “How Proposed Ryman Auditorium Will Look” (1936); “Indignant People” (1895); “Like a Leech to the Negro” (1907); “A Summer Hint” (1907); “Robot Killer Deadly Weapon of Future War” (1935); “Says ‘Movies’ Will be in the Schools” (1913); “Do Women Dress for Men or for Other Women?” (1937); “Girls Escape from Vocational School” (1926); “Performing Arts Center Fire Damage Slight” (1978); “Artifacts: Red Grooms postcard” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Items chart county’s crime” (1982); “An Education in Mischief, Part 3” by Tom Henderson III; “Hungry? Sleepless? Baby Crying?” all-night stores (1972); “Phoof! Pow! Bubble-Blowers Have Big Blowout at Richland Park” (1950); “Some Remarkably Well Preserved Old Folks” (1907); “Startling Annnouncement” (1874); “Steam-bleching threshers evoke warmth of nostalgia” (1983); “Find of Square Nails Recalls Days of Old” (1928); “Look at Young Cassius Carry the Fight” by Bill Traughber; “Memories of Nashville Midtown” by Ken Donnelly; “Old St. Thomas nursing school becomes rubble” (1983); “The Pestilence That Walketh in Darkness” (1850); “Franklin Cold Case” by Larry Brinton; “James Robertson, Part XXIII” by Paul Clements; “Hermitage Gun Club” (1903): “Maxwell House” (1866); “Marriage and Celibacy” (1866); “Melancholy Occurrence” (1866); “The Celebration of the Fourth” (1866); “A Gang of Outlaws” (1866); “Plain Counsels for Freedmen” (1866); “A Female ‘M.D.’ on Women’s Privileges and Rights” (1866); “Poisoning Dogs” (1866); “Costly Bathing” (1866); “The Methodist Episcopal Church South vs. The African Methodist Church” (1866); “Reconstruction” (1866); “Abouts in Rats” (1866); “‘Melon Thumper’ Proves His Skill” (1950); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach




June 2016

VOL. 7, No. 12-“Our Country Cousins at the State Library” (1873); “Policeman Beats Helpless Girl” (1908); “Girls Partly To Blame For Men’s Bad Manners” (1935); “18 Soldiers Die In Truck Accident” (1943); “Fan Fair Draws 13,000 Visitors For Country Music” (1978); “Dog Alters Altar Plans” (1968); “Troubles of a Publisher” (1904); “Crime Of Future: Computer Data Theft” (1976); “The Suspension Bridge” (1866); “The Hurricane” (1866); “Artifacts: Tennessee Sesquicentennial” by Clinton J. Holloway, “Separate Room Planned For Women Firefighers” (1978); “Graffiti At Shelby Park Well Stirs Memories Of Past” (1978); Tanksley family boating photo (1956); “An Education in Mischief: Part Two” by Tom Henderson III; “Tennessee’s Gold Star Soldiers of WWI” by Allison Griffey; “2 German-Born Boys, 42 Others Become Citizens” (1956); “The Wrong Medicine” (1874); “Fourth of July” (1823); Town and Country Gold Association at McCabe Field (1956); “Negro School Teacher Suite To Be Studied” (1941); “City Council—Strange Doings” (1838); “Hunted Down” (1883); “One-Armed Gray Plays in Nashville” by Bill Traughber; “At Home With The Chet Atkins” (1971); “Memories flow as stadium falls” (1987); “The New Synagogue” (1874); “Are Advertisements Read?” (1873); Cascade Plunge advertisement (1970); “The Wrong Man” by Larry Brinton; “Honest Man Found In Spelling Match” (1943); “Grew Tired Of Married Life” (1915); “Hermitage Cotton” (1844); War Manpower Commission advertisement for strawberry pickers (1943); “Nashville Observes Flag Day” (1976); “Run Over by a Train” (1866); “A Success” street cars (1866); “Shooting Affair on Summer Street—Nobody Hurt” (1866); “The Hail Storm” (1866); “The Fisk School” (1866); “Stagger in Her Gait” (1866); “Negro Testimony” (1866); “Bloomerism” (1866); “The Confederate Dead” (1866); “Hail” (1866); “Demoralized” (1866); “How to Make the City Grow” (1866); “Lewdness” (1866); “Naughty” (1866); “South Germantown” (1866); “James Robertson: Part XXII” by Paul Clements; “Fishing For Prizes” Shelby Park photo (1978); “Make June No-Accident Month” cartoon by Jack Know (1947); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


May 2016

VOL. 7, No. 11-“The Nose” (1804); “Awful Calamity” Natchez tornado (1840); “The Lion and Lioness” (1819); “Lady Cyclists” (1900); “Men Don’t Prefer Blondes; Just Look At Their Wives” (1926); Opryland mascots color photo (1980); “Papers Blown Over 100 Miles By Tornado” (1971); “Judge Drops Charges Against ‘Footstomper’” (1974); “Confederate Bills Are Back In Style” (1961); “Spitting On [Street] Cars Brings Protest” (1922); “Quality Passenger Service Chief Aim Of Amtrak Rails” (1971); “Socialist State Proclaimed By Castro” (1961); “The Hissing at the Theatre” (1866); “Artifacts: H.G. Hill packet” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Fast Time Wrong Pitch For 2nd Grade Newsman” Clemons (1956); “An Education in Mischief” by Tom Henderson III; “Purse Snatcher Is Sentenced 20 Years” (1939); Coggin Chevrolet advertisement (1956); “Rooster Spurs Baby, Injury Proves Fatal” (1908); 3rd District track race photos (1958); “Racism, Either Black or White, Wrong, Wilkins Tells Fisk Grads” (1975); “Whopper Caught At Centennial” (1961); “Where is Iroquois?” by Bill Traughber; “Rider won fourth in first Steeplechase pony race” (2016); “Julius Caesar By Boys” Brennan’s Military Academy (1893); “Glendale Students Enact Smashing Grand Old Opry” (1980); “Bicycle Skill Winners” (1958); “Jewelry Heist in Belle Meade” by Larry Brinton; “McEwen Man Has Followed World Happenings In BANNER 64 Years” (1961); “May Day” (1856); “Effect of the Street Cars” (1866); “Great Riot” (1866); “African Foundling” (1866); “Killed at a Ball” (1866); “Express Messanger Killed” (1866); “Colored Carpenters” (1866); “A Crying Evil” (1866); “Acquitted” (1866); “A Conflict of Soldiers” (1866); “A Mexican Raid” (1866); “Catastrophe at Clarksville” (1866); “Collision With A Street Car” (1866); “Drowned” (1866); “Advisers of the Negro” (1866); “Improvements at the Court House” (1866); “James Robertson: Part XXI” by Paul Clements; “144 Votes To Run For City Council Seats” (1961); “NIL Tennis Champions” (1971); “Under the old Flag” (1886); “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


April 2016

VOL. 7, No. 10-“The Buried Alive” (1826); “Suburban Property” (1857); Shriner clowns photo (1974); “3 Charged In ‘Abortion Attempt’” (1964); “An Ignorant White Man” (1908); “Too Many Women Think Marriage Is All Romance” (1941); “Evils Charged To Woman Suffrage” (1924); “Strippers Still Grin And Bare It” (1978); “Boy Who Ate Six Dozen Oranges Dead” (1924); “Homosexuals to air views with new weekly newspaper” (1988); Marine recruits (1941); “A Gang of Colored Marauders Broken” (1866); “Artifacts: White Cap annual” by Clinton J. Holloway; Maxwell House hotel demolition (1964); TV schedule (1956); “Bear, Wine & Whiskey: Part 2” by Tom Henderson III; “Bill Wade” by Bill Traughber; Family Booterie jogging ad (1969); “The Circus I Remember” by Glenn Cocke; “County Spelling Champions Draw Many Spectators” (1938); “Be Tactful in Your Telephone Conversations” (1943); “Two-Bit Haricut Still Alive” (1974); “Boy, 10, drives his father’s car to school” (1988); “The Tobacco Habit” (1886); “Opryland Full House” photo (1978); “Large Hail” (1807); “Remarkable” January 8th (1817); “Fountain of Health!” ad (1817); “Forbidding Advertisements by Bands of Music” (1896); “Her Secret Life” by Larry Brinton; Cain-Sloan Phone-Mate 400 ad (1974); “The Girls Came Prepared, So Did The Batboy” photos (1964); “The Comet” (1866); “The War Ended—Peace Declared!” (1866); “Restoration of Habeas Corpus” (1866); “Colored Mortality” (1866); “The Cholera—Is it Contagious?” (1866); “The Brownlow-Woodruff Difficulty” (1866); “Edgefield” (1866); “Again we say Close the Old Cemetery” (1866); “Infanticide” (1866); “James Roberson: Part XX” by Paul Clements; “Hippodrome Rink Opens Auspiciously” (1866); “Remember When…” Boyscout soap box photo (1978); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


March 2016

VOL. 7, No. 9-“Avalanche of Flames In East Nashville” (1916); “Hippie Group Nearing Area, Farm Elusive” The Farm (1971); “Cut to Death” (1907); “What If Husband Did Dance With Show Girl?” (1934); “Crowd Of 400 Protests; Busing Hearing Halted” (1971); “A Boy Lost” (1873); “Col. Crockett” (1831); “A Cure For Love” (1843); “‘Suicide, Murder’ Draws Scores of Police to Theater” (1950); “No Money-Man Give Oil Paint” to Red Cross (1941); “Extraordinary Feats on the Tight Rope” (1866); “Accident at the Insane Asylum” (1866); “Negro Soldiers” (1866); “The Party at Gen. Harding’s” (1866) “Inebriated” (1866); “Freedman’s Court” (1866); “Remains of Hon. Robert Hatton” (1866); “A Lunatic at Large” (1866); “The Confederate Dead at Franklin” (1866); “General Fisk” (1866); “Artifacts: ‘Tennessee Waltz’ sheet music” by Clinton J. Holloway; Belmont baseball pitchers photo (1971); Hendersonville Commandoes basketball photo (1961); L.E. Saunders & Sons calculator ad (1971); “Beer, Wine & Whiskey” by Tom Henderson III; Pyrene fire extinguisher ad (1916); “Get 450 Feet of Fire Film” (1916); “Woman Feels From Bath Tub: (1916); “Troops Withdrawn This Afternoon (1916); “Fire Department Suffers Big Loss” (1916); “The Life and Death of a Sporting Man” by Brian Alison; “Contest Being Used To Promote Interest In Anti-Rabies Program” (1961); “Negro Equality” (1873); “Murder in Christiana” by Larry Brinton; Danderine advertisement (1916); “Board of Health” (1825); “James Robertson: Part XIX” by Paul Clements; “Gen. James Robertson” monument (1897); “Tennessee Silk” (1843); “The First [Street] Car Started” (1866); and “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phila Rawlings Hach


February 2016

VOL. 7, No. 8-“Six Shot In Columbia Race Riot” (1946); “A Flea Bitten Gray Horse” (1892); “Indians” (1818); “Punishment of Mob is Sought” (1918); “Stop It” (1875); “Woman of Seventy Finds Old Age To Be Blessed Estate” (1937); “Paddle Discipline Deters ‘Punks’ Here” (1958); “Streetcar Makes Final Run; Modern Buses Take Over” (1941); “Ireland Street Shacks Show Housing Challenge” (1967); “Reconstruction—The South Peaceable” (1866); “Artifacts: John Wesley Work III home” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Lockeland Closely Linked With Nashville’s History” (1939); “Blowing Smoke” by Tom Henderson III; “Day of the Demi-Monde” (1875) Mardi Gras in Nashville; “From 1777 to 1882” (1882); “Tobacco” (1818); “Race Segregation Laws Are Defended” (1917); “75 Years Later: A Look Back At Streetcars in Nashville” by Ralcon Wagner; “Valentines” (1852); “Washington’s Birth Day” (1837); “Horse Flesh” (1897); “‘Coon Shipment Received” (1959); “Coppers” (1843); “Death Threat Mars Vandy-LSU Game” by Bill Traughber; ‘’Send Me Backup’” by Larry Brinton; “Theater Managers Asked To Show Wholesome Films” (1961); “East Nashville Mass-Meeting” (1918); “All Smiles At Children’s Home” (1967) Baptist; “James Robertson: Part XVIII” by Paul Clements; “New Idea For A Racing Bicycle” (1897); “Home Made Ice” (1866); “Street Railway” (1866); “The Freedom of the Press” (1866); “Desperados Captured” (1866); “Chinese Labor” (1866); “Let the Aristocrats Rage” (1866); “Giving way for Civil Authority” (1866); “Suspension Bridge” (1866); “Found Dead” (1866);“Kitchen Kollege Reciptes” by Phila Rawlings Hach; And More.


January 2016

VOL. 7, No. 7-“Notice” (1808); “Franklin’s Waggery” (1818); “”Nameless Crime’ By White Assailant” (1907); “Why Is More Demanded Of Women Than of Men?” (1937); “State’s Hostile Weather Shouldn’t Be A Surprise” (1973); “8 railroad cars jump the tracks” (1983); “Hotel To Get Lady Barbers” (1958); “Nashville Pays Tribute to Robert E. Lee” (1939); “Belmont Classes To Resume After Blaze” (1973); “Robbery” (1866); “A Robber Shot” (1866); “The Africans in the Late Contest” (1866); “The Christian Advocate” (1866); “General Fisk” (1866); “Suspension Bridge” (1866); “Suffrage” (1866); “Church and State—American Eden” (1866); “Riotous Conduct” (1866); “The Gale” (1866); “The End of the Heffernan Murderers” (1866); “The Street Railroad” (1866); “Aritfacts: Maxwell House chair” by Clinton J. Holloway; “On the Importance of Archives; Interview with Dr. Wayne Moore” by Allen Forkum; “Crosses Mark Fatalities” photo (1958); “Old Time Religion” by Tom Henderson III; “Snazzy Transfer Stations Put Bus Travel In High Gear” (1956); “Negro Paste Wages Successful War on Crime” (1941); “Woman of 82 Found Locked In Frigid Room” (1941); “Once-Luxurious Pullman ‘Palm Beach’ Side-Tracked Until Better Days Return” (1980); “Campbell Minstrels” (1858); “Restuarant Chain Disdains Hype” Cracker Barrell (1980); “Meriwether Lewis” (1836); “Small Pox Apprehension” (1846); “UK Reacts Differently To Pressure Away From Home” (1959); “The Maxwell House: Part 2” by Tom Vickstrom; “A Trail of Blood” by Larry Brinton; “Laying The Alleys At Inglewood Lanes” (1959); “James Robertson: Part XVII” by Paul Clements; “Old Hickory Remembered” (1959); “Indian Finds Nashville Strange” (1968); “Freed From The Physic Habit” (1920); “Circus” (1827) “Kitchen Kollege Reciptes” by Phila Rawlings Hach; And More.


December 2015

VOL. 7, No. 6-“Flight Out Of City Hijacked” (1968); “Distressing Accident” (1814); “Young America Writes Santa Claus” (1904); “Grandma Has Earned What Rest She Can Get” (1951); “Tear Down Ryman, Acuff Recommends” (1976); “Historic Find” (1972) Civil War shell; “Mercury Reached 72 Last Night To Best 1892” (1951); “War, Red Tape Yield To Christmas Spirit” (1951); “Carry a Deadly Weapon” (1865); “Once More Peaceable” (1865) “Notorious Lewdness” (1865); “Contracts with Freedmaen” (1865); “Probable Infanticide” (1865); “Our City Government—The Freedman’s Bureau” (1865); “Exit Slavery” (1865); “Is It True!” (1865); “Shooting at Citizens” (1865); “A Queer Spec.” (1865); “Negro Riot in Clarksville” (1865); “Disturbance at Murfreesboro” (1865); “Colored Population” (1865); “Artifacts: Spiced Round” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Prices Down on Some Country Albums” (1976); “Hideouts” by Tom Henderson III; “Passengers Had Mixed Emotions” (1968); “Mourns Mistress Who Died in Fire” (1937); “New Puppet Show At Library” (1968) Tom Tichenor; “Humor” (1804); “A Highland Sailor Brought To” (1872); “Extension of Telephone Lines” (1882); “I Have an Idea” (1823); “Tennessee State Library” (1859); “The Maxwell House, Part 1” by Tom Vickstrom; “Loss of ‘Belle of Clarksville’” (1844); “Death Insurance” buy Larry Brinton; “A Fire Escape Test” (1895); “Probable Murder” (1854); “Firemen Helping Santa” (1968); “James Robertson, Part XVI” by Paul Clements; “Cars Shoot Downtown Rapids” (1968); “Bottled Letter Takes 18 Days On Cumberland River Route” (1951); “Explosion” (1849); “Unwed Mother To Get Child Back When Re-Established” (1951); and “Kitchen Kollege Reciptes” by Phila Rawlings Hach; And More.


November 2015

VOL. 7, No. 5-“Robbery!!” (1820); “An Interesting Slave Case” (1853); “Accounts from Japan” (1853); “Negro Saloons Closed” (1865); “Prisoner Almost Trapped in Blaze” (1936); “The Veiled Lady” (1886); “Men Should Flee From Lovelorn Maidens” (1941); “Liquor Coming For Christmas” (1925); “Moslem ‘Holy War’ On British Called (1951); “Visited Area Of Arab-Israeli Fighting” (1956); “Stripper Claims She Gave Elvis Pelvis Tip” (1956); “Mt. Juliet Parents Offered Aid After Prom Ban” (1966); “Lace Skirts And All, Ryan Footballers Turn To Ballet” (1962); “Artifacts: Phila Rawlings Hach cookbooks” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Atomic veteran remembers nation’s first Armistice Day” (1986); “Hitchin’ a Ride” by Tom Henderson III; “Personality Of The Week: Mrs. Ross Stevens” (1971); “Dog Thieves” (1886); “Unwelcome Customer” (1961); “Work Starts To Rid City of Rats” (1939); “Nashville Ale” (1875); “Child Medical Center At VU ‘Most Complete’” (1962); “Blasting” (1886); “Courthouse Burns At Gainesboro” (1926); “Playboy To Focus On ‘Girls Of New South’” (1976); Rex Theatre ad for “Marihuana” (1936); “Kathy Nishiyama” by Larry Brinton; “Selling Coors Beer Still Not Permitted” (1979); “Public Gratitude” (1815); Cain-Sloan ad for Confederate cap (1951); “‘Tell Me Why’ Contest Winner Likes Reading (1964); “Poor Rule” (1865); “On the Rampage” (1865); “Miscegenation” (1865); “Open Lewdness” (1865); “Cave Robbers” (1865); “Lots in Edgefield” (1865); “Deadly Weapons (1865); “War in Smokey” (1865); “Hell’s Half Acre” (1865); “The Carnival of Crime” (1865); “Arming the Citizens” (1865); “James Robertson, Part XV” by Paul Clements; “Donelson Youngsters Get Concert Preview” (1951); “Courses Bring Death ‘Into Focus’” (1975); “Colored Republican” (1886); and “Kitchen Kollege Reciptes” by Phila Rawlings Hach; And More.


October 2015

VOL. 7, No. 4-“Creapey Greetin” (1976) Sir Cecil Creape photo; “Local TV ghoul haunts Opry House ‘catacombs’” (1985); “Belle Meade blast fatal to housewife” (1985); “Stop the Runaway” (1804); “A Fuss on the Sabbath” (1850); “Men Are Far More Vain Than Women” (1927); “4th ‘Bigfoot’ Report Prompts Bellevue Hunt” (1977); “Grand Ole Opry To Be Nationally Telecast” (1955); “Public Meeting: New Hotel” (1836); “To Tobacco Growers” (1842); “Artifacts: 1948 Vandy Football Ticket” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Mustic therapy sparks rush of memories” (1986); “Dinner Dances Are Features Of Weekend” (1969); “Halloween 1959” by Tom Henderson III; “Lynyrd Syknyrd’s APSU Show Is Cancelled (1977); “For the Ladies” (1825) horoscope; “Drawing the Color Line” (1907); “In A Blaze of Glory” (1969) Miss Fire Prevention photo “Buffalo Bill Comes to Town” by Bill Traughger; “He Kept His Vow” (1887); “A Great Impression” (1897) cartoon; “Logan’s Shopping Center” by John Zuccarello Jr.; “‘Motorized’ Auot Proves To Be Toy” (1927); “Anti-Chinese Papers” (1873); “Negro Demonstration” (1865); “Whipping Women” (1865); “Small Pox” (1865); “Free Blow” (1865) solar eclipse; “Wonderful Discover—A Robber’s Cave in the Old Graveyard” (1865); “Champ Ferguson’s Death” (1865); “The Wonder of the Age” (1865); “Inhuman” (1865) “The Great Caves” (1865); “The Lapidus Murder” by Larry Brinton; “Sergeant Cites ‘Lewd’ Standard For Raids” (1977); “A Conductor on Tramps” (1877); “Night Drivers Warned Against Glaring Lights” (1947); “Movie Spawns Hot Time In Old Town” (1969) Gregory Peck; “The Stage” (1887); “Banner’s Daily Fashion Hint” (1897); “Costly Prank” (1907); “James Robertson, Part XIV” by Paul Clements; “Last Call On ‘Vanishing Era’” (1955) photo; “Firemen Remain At Scene Of Textile Firm Blaze” (1969); and “Kitchen Kollege Reciptes” by Phila Rawlings Hach; And More.


September 2015

VOL. 7, No. 3-“Anecdote” (1801); “Ceased To Be Enemies” (1819); “The Well Caved In Upon Him” (1828); “Advocating Amalgamation” (1856) “Nashville Dope Addicts In Panic” (1927); “The Colored Vote” (1883); “To Celebrate Emancipation” (1916); “Not A Mouthful” (1891); “They’ve Got Pull At State Fair” mules (1958); “Women In Their Thirties Most Attractive To Men” (1940); “Jerry Lee Lewis Swings Into City For Session” (1962); “Undercover Man Tells Of Life With Moonshiners” (1958); “Artifact: Hermitage Souvenir Plate” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Late And Important From The Moon” (1835); “Mast of Low, Profitless Margin, Grocer Becomes Local Hero” (1957); “Back to School” by Tom Henderson III; “For Soon the Bell Tolls” (1955); “Hubbard Getting New Look For Obstetrics Wards” (1958); “Officials Visit Patients” Vanderbilt (1964); “Frightful Railroad Accident” (1865); “Breaking up Negro Schools” (1865); “A Public Nuisance” “negro balls” (1865); “The Greatest Baseball Game Ever Played in the South” by Bill Traughber; “Much Rain” (1819); “Another Fatal Affray” (1838); “New Caravan of Living Animals” (1828); “New Skating Rink In West Nashville” (1908); “Strong Negro Teams to Play Here Sunday” (1927); “Hillbilly Beachhead” (1958); “Litton Leader Urges Halt of Hoodlumism” (1958); “St. Thomas Nuns To Don New Garb By Dior” (1964); “Flea Market Intrigue” by Larry Brinton; “State Fair Rides Make Designs In Light” (1964); “Nightly Fireworks Display” (1964); “Mayor Joins Fun” (1964); “James Robertson, Part XIII” by Paul Clements; “Century-Old Cabin To Be Destroyed” (1964); “For Korean Doctor, change From Orient Breathtaking” (1958); “Clock Ticks 131 Years” (1958);;“Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phil Rawlings Hach; And More.


August 2015

VOL. 7, No. 2-“Banner Editor Saves Visitor’s Life” (1963); “Chinese Preacher” (1846); “Disreputable Practice” (1884); “Nashville Disturbed” earthquake (1887); “The Cow Law” (1896); “H.G. Hill Grocery Co.” (1911); “Man Ruled By Wife Is Not Necessarily Weak” (1937); “Girl Gets Kiss From Donny Osmond” (1973); “Addresses Gather Of Klan Principles” (1925); “Quiet Tribute Paid ‘Old Hickory’ by 30th” (1947); Cumberland Sanitarium ad (1913); “Artifacts: Harpeth Hall pocket” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Stolen Horses” (1802); “Gun-making Business” (1818); “Mail Robbery” (1823); “ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!” (1838); “Mickey Rooney Blows Into Town For One-Night Stand at Sulphur Dell” (1950); “Kids Tell Your Parents To Buy This” by Tom Henderson III; “Shoppers Get Fast Start In NEVD Bargain Hunt” (1963); “No More Politickin’, Please” photo (1958); “Mystery Still Shrouds Missing Cornerstone” library (1963); “…For Want OF Firemen” (1963); “Still On The Job At 92” photo (1963); “Boscobel College” by Floy McPherson; “Part of Penney Loot Recovered” (1963); “Granland Rice Injured On Train” (1913); “A Financial Discussion” cartoon (1896); “The Negro Convention” (1865); “A City Hospital” (1865); “A Touching Incident” (1865); “The Freedmen’s Bureau” (1865); “Oil” (1865); “Outrageous Conduct Of Negro Soldiers” (1865); “Rush-Hour Traffic Ills Being Studied By Police” (1963); "Corny As Kansas In August?” (1963); “Ridgetop Inn” by Larry Brinton; “A&I Instructor Due To Return To India As Agriculture Advisor” (1958); “‘Going Bananas’ Appeals To Whole Bunch At Festival” (1972); “Firemen Called to Rescue Boy as Water Fills Locked Bathroom” (1932); “Girl Held After Attempt To Jump From Bridge” (1947); “James Robertson, Part XII” by Paul Clements; “Indian Graves Unearthed” (1958); “Relics of Past Ages” (1874);“Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phil Rawlings Hach; And More.


July 2015

VOL. 7, No. 1-“The Regulators” (1808); “Second Bomb Wrecks Burger Bar” Griff’s (1968); “Famed Broad-Jumper Ralph Boston Performs For Kids” (1962); “Wonderful Snake Story” (1874); “Nashville Bridge” (1823); “Lynchings Down For Half Year” (1917); “Make Poor Housekeeping Grounds For Divorce” (1937); “Secretary’s Abduction ‘Hoax;’ Authorities Say Case Closed” (1958); “Study: Most Gays Do Not Exhibit Bizarre Behavior” (1978); “Swim Pupils Practice At Shelby Park Pool” (1958); “Artifacts: Francis Craig photo” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Old Courthouse” (1935); “Fireworks!” by Tom Henderson III; “Patriots Rest in Weeds” (1937); “Theaters” (1978); “‘On A Clear Day You Can See…’ Nashville’s New Skyline” (1968); “Dry Official Describes Local Drinking Places” (1935); “Women Spend Busy Day Behind Wheel” (1978); “Fairgrounds Speedway: New seats, New Layout, New Track” (1958); “Terrific Hailstorm” (1896); “Colemere Club Is Scene Of Indian Pow Wow” (1958); “Nashville Woman Sells Invention” (1926); “Judge Sterling Gray” by Larry Brinton; “A Great Convenience” (1865); “Champ Ferguson” (1865); “Arrival of Major-General Sherman” (1865); “Selling Poison” (1865); “Blind Tom” (1865); “Death of a Venerable Citizen” Felix Robertson; “A Ruse” (1865); “James Robertson, Part XI” by Paul Clements; “‘Black Horse,’ or Printers’ Alley” (1858); “The Poor of Nashville” (1884); “A Time For Action” (1958); “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phil Rawlings Hach; And More.




June 2015

VOL. 6, No. 12-“Johnny Cash Asks Guests to Sing for Supper” (1976); “Alarm!” (1803); “Convinced Whites Were The Aggressors” (1803); “First Night Flight Made” (1910); “Physical Defects Need Not Stand In Way Of Love” (1935); “Will The Sheriff Act?” (1907); “Smoldering Tempers Flare Anew After Square Dance” (1956); “Firemen Extinguish Fire House Fire” (1950); “Purple People Eaters Cause Furor In City” (1958); Sen. Barry Goldwater fundraiser photo (1964); “Artifacts: Alfred Stieglizt Collection catalog” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Falling of a Building” (1865); “Decidedly Mean” (1865); “Demoralization Among the Negroes” (1865); “The Captiol” (1865); “Tonight At Sulphur Dell Shrine’s ‘Big Show’ Begins” (1956); “The Gators” by Tom Henderson III; “Summer Days at Opryland” by Todd Camp Jr.; “Stolen Billfold’s Recovery Brings Flood of Memories” (1956); “Killing of Birds In City Is Prohibited, Public Is Warned” (1948); “Freeman’s 120-Year-Old Bible Was Waterlogged, But Survived” (1976); “Cholera” (1835); “Hundreds of Millions Face Death In Atom War” (1956); “Funny Taste Of Water To Leave” (1960); “Over 400 Compete For Prizes In Bike 500” (1963); “Drowning Victim Shows Up; Stirs Up Mystery Here” (1948); “Nashville To The Rescue” Frank James trial (1883); “Young Couple Wed In Haste” (1904); “Large Crowd Attends Free Moving Pictures” (1915); “Negro Maid Recovers Lost Mortgage Fund” (1926); “Dr. Lentz Urges Teenagers To Take Free Polio Shots” (1956): “Fourth of July” (1818); “The Gospel Advocate” (1855); “Buck Owens Back And ‘Enemy’ Is Gone” (1976); “Black Country Singer Wants To ‘De-Taboo’ Racial Slams” (1976); “The Marable Murder” by Larry Brinton; “Crimes More Frequent?” (1843); “‘Rock And Roll’ May Be Fad, But To Dad It’s Bad” (1956); “Duelling” (1824); “Mysterious Death” (1873); “James Robertson, Part X” by Paul Clements; “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phil Rawlings Hach; and 1908 map of East Nashville.; And More.


May 2015

VOL. 6, No. 11-“Judge Lynch!” (1892); “Loosen The Colonel’s Reins, Elvis” (1975); Civil War news from May 1865; “‘Get a Wife for a Dime’ Creates Letter Mania (1935); “Life at Forty Has Fewer Thrills and Fewer Tears” (1935); “View ‘Electronic Brain’” (1957); “A Horseback Wedding” (1966); “Artifacts: Camp Harker” by Clinton J. Holloway; “The War of 1812: Part XII” by Tom Kanon; “Scouting Days” by Tom Henderson III; “Taking The Plunge Out Of Swimming” Cascade Plunge (1975); Cascade Plunge ad (1958); “Girl Write Mother, Unaware She Is Dead” (1926); “Man Is Charged With Seditious Utterances” (1917); “The Capitol” (1845); “Built-In Kitchen” photo of Home Show (1966); “Belle Meade Motel” by John Zuccarello Jr.; “Gets Even With All Those Coppers” (1958); “Nashville In Disgrace Again” (1875); “Criminal Justice Back Then” by Larry Brinton; “Bedlam in Black Bottom” review of “Barney and Clyde” by Mike Slate; "Cameron Students Volunteer For Advanced, No-Credit Math Class” (1958); “Getting In Shape For Derby” (1958); “James Robertson: Part IX” by Paul Clements; “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phil Rawlings Hach; and “Hitler is Dead” (1945); And More.


April 2015

VOL. 6, No. 10-“President Lincoln Assassinated In The Theatre!” (1865); “The War Is Bringing A Revolution For Women” (1943); “The Tennessean’s ‘Mysterious Woman’” (1916); “Negroes In Jail” (1817); “House Votes Down ‘Monkey Law’” (1967); Civil War news from April 1865; “Flesh-Flashing Fad Fading” (1974); “Show Cars Give Peek Into Future” (1967); “Sayings and Doings In Volunteer State” (1909); “Initial Trip For Interurban Car” (1909); “Artifacts: Leo A. Seltzer’s Walkathon” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Easter Egg Hunts at Belle Meade, Richland, Colemere are Events” (1958); "Appalling Catastrophe" wreck of the Sultana (1865); “Fads of My Youth” by Tom Henderson III; “No Fudging, Bub!” photo of kids playing marbles; “Red Cross Leaders Optimistic About Getting Goal by Friday” (1950); “Boys Clubbers Tour Bridge Firm” (1958); “Died” Capt. Thomas Bedford (1804); Ad for Dr. C.C. Winfrey, dentist (1919); “Our Status” (1875); “Added Attractions At Glendale Zoo” (1919); “Goodletssville Shootout” by Larry Brinton; “People Just Don’t Wear Seat Belts” (1967); “Woman Discovers Plane Door in Victory Garden” (1943); “Providential Escape” (1838); “The Went To Church” (1886); “Irish Travelers Here for Annual Conclave” (1938);; “Separation Even in Heaven” Greedwood Park (1907); “James Robertson: Part VIII” by Paul Clements; “Cash’s Amqui Train Station Begins Move” (1979) and; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


March 2015

VOL. 6, No. 9-“Truck Explodes On Clarksville Highway” (1950); “25 Cents Reward” (1823); “Nashville Is Not ‘The Cleanest City’” (1965); “McGavock ‘Topless’ Dance Called ‘Poor Judgement’” (1972); Civil War news from March 1865; “Not All Girls Who Get Married Are Better” (1942); “Thousands Pack Line Of Parade” (1919); “Nashvillian Called Nazi Propagandist” (1934); “Artifacts: VSAC Basketball Tournament program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “The War of 1812, Part XI: The Trial of Andrew Jackson” by Tom Kanon; “Free Toy Inside” by Tom Henderson III; “There Really Are UFOs, Admits AF” (1965); “Federal Building Takes Shape” (1950); “Gossett’s Barn Scene Of Square Dance” (1955); “Ferry Is Stranded By Power Failure” (1965); “Civil Rights—How The Law Will Work” (1875); “Mad Dogs Cause Scare In City” (1925); “A Remarkable Ride” (1895); “Fist Fight at Sulphur Dell” by Bill Traughber; “The Diamond Heist” by Larry Brinton; “Imprisonment For Debt” (1839); “Scientific Experiments” (1845); “The Rights of Married Women” (1845); “James Robertson, Part VII” by Paul Clements; “Buffalo Roam But Not At Home, Hendersonville Doctor Discovers” (1977); “School was near razing before fire” (1985) Parmer and; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


February 2015

VOL. 6, No. 8-“Child Tooth Decay Here Cut 74 Pct.” (1959); “PEACE” (1815); “An Isolated Life” (1876); “Profane Swearing” (1856); “Prize Fighters Indicted” (1894); “No Girl Obligated To Support Lazy Brothers” (1938); “Bill of Sale For Negro Slave Found Here” (1938); “Proposes To Enforce Anti-Spit Law” (1909); “Judge Urges ‘Wife-Slapping’ To Decrease Divorce Cases” (1939); “Checkless, Moneyless Society Eyed By Banks” (1968); “2-Way Approach Gives Officers Safe Friday, 13th” (1959); Civil War news from February 1865; “Artifacts: Cheek-Neal’s Coffee can” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Noted Hollywood Dance Director Visits Nashville” (1939); “‘Pig’ Robbins Wears Carpet Thin On 22 Trips To Stage For Awards” (1975); “Basketball Days” by Tom Henderson III; “Ceremony reveals Metro employee ‘unknown Malone’” (1986); “Winner Gives Advice About Science Fair” (1959); “Antioch Students Ask Forgiveness For Incident” (1959); “A Forest Of Bee Trees” (1886); “Striking Scenes of Children’s Mardi Gras at Franklin” (1938); Hippodrome advertisement (1909); “Nashville Slot-Rodders Club Offers Winter Pastime For Auto Dragstrip Enthusiasts” (1964); “A Public Library” (1838); “Importance of Recreation” (1856); “Tons Of Blackbirds Killed By Spray” (1975); “Brother’s Heroism Saves Girl’s Life” (1917); “The Pinball King” by Larry Brinton; “Horse Driven To Death By Intoxicated Youth” (1917); “James Robertson: Part VI” by Paul Clements; “Fair Park gets new owner, new look” (1986); “Hacking Hats” (1875) and; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


January 2015

VOL. 6, No. 7-“Accuse Police Of Abusing Innocent People” (1940); “The Sea Serpent Again!!!” (1821); Civil War news from January 1865; “Architect Sees Metro’s Future” (1969); “Country Music Too Sexy?” (1976); “The Camera Club” (1888); “Sticker Uncomplimentary To First Family Banned” (1936); “Important for Every Girl To Learn To Cook Well” (1938); “Dog Survives 3-Floor Fall, in Greeting Master” (1944); “Ban Is Placed On ‘White Slave’ Movies” (1917); “John Doe’s ‘Bandit’” (1952); “Artifacts: Lamar Alexander’s inaugural 1979 program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Stop a Villain” (1821); “Capital Punishment—Isaac Dale” (1838); “Small Pox” (1846); “Dr. Beale’s Arctic Panorama” (1857); “Seeing Eye Official Visits Here” (1950); “McClure’s” by Tom Henderson III; “Vanderbilt Hospital Polio Ward Tops” (1959); “Heaviest Snow Here Since 1928” (1948); “Fisk University And Its Future” (1876); “Police Report Number Of Deaths” (1924); “Steam Heating Apparatus” (1857); “Accelerated Bolwing” Melrose Lanes (1958); “The War of 1812: Battle of New Orleans” by Dr. Tom Kanon; “Beyond Redemption” by Larry Brinton; “Hopewell Woman Can’t Get Rid Of Outdoor Privy” (1977); “James Robertson: Part V” by Paul Clements; “Victorious Director Altman Has Bitter Blast For Music City” (1976); “2 Madison College Students Fire 3rd Successful Rocket” (1958); “TV Whistle Wasn’t Rocket Signal: DeWitt” (1959); “Atlas See Here; Will Pass Over Sunday, Monday” (1959); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


December 2014

VOL. 6, No. 6-“Lie Test Given ‘Suspect’ In Slayings” (1966); “Too Much Government” (1857); “Same Ol’ Civil War—But With New Twists” (1964); Civil War news from December 1864; “Children’s Letters for Santa Claus” (1907); “Men Always Write Code For Women To Live By” (1934); “Lady Barber Dismissed As Pants Irk Male Owner” (1972); “Puns and Punning” (1857); “Prohibition Is Farce And Ku Klux Is National Peril, Governors Told” (1922); “State Prison Begins Auto Plate Making” (1937); “Artifacts: Civil War Times Illustrated” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Santa Gets Help” (1963); “Christmas 1958” by Tom Henderson III; “A family’s first Christmas Day alone” (1982); “The Battle of Nashville” by Jamie Gillum; “The First Game at Memorial Gymnasium” by Bill Traughber; “Mania Grips Students” (1962); “Prisoners Allowed Christmas Decorations” (1963); “Jolly Christmas” (1876); “A Nuisance” (1836); “Bellevue vs. Overton” (1972): “Deborah and Phyllis” by Larry Brinton; “James Robertson: Part IV” by Paul Clements; “It’s Crackling Time” (1974); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


November 2014

VOL. 6, No. 5-“Blaze Destroys DuPont School” (1967); “Flu Cases Exceeded 100,000 in Tennessee” (1918); “Typographical Errors” (1814); Civil War news from November 1864; “Many Women Reach Age Of Indiscretion When Forty” (1937); “Balloon Ascension a Magnificent Affair” (1841); “Frantic Mystery Man Says He’ll Wait—Then” (1956); “Islamic Fundamentalism Said Revived In Mideast” (1979); “Christmas Comes Early For Leukemia Victim” (1956); “Officers Solve Baffling Mystery” (1918); “Artifacts: ‘Firsts In Nashville’ booklet” by Clinton J. Holloway; Photo of motorcycle officer chased by dog (1941); “1974” by Tom Henderson III; “The War of 1812: Part IX” by Dr. Tom Kanon; “Shoes Are Too Expensive” (1904); “The Battle of Franklin” by Jamie Gillum; “Battle Ground Memories” by Paul Clements; “Santa Gets Big Boost” (1962); “Mind Reading” (1875); “State Colonization Society of Tennessee” (1831); “Veterans Solemnly Remembered” (1966); “I-440 Opponents Protest” (1976); “Youngster Make Use Of Holiday” snow (1966); “But Not For Long” kids playing in Cumberland River (1956); Classified ads from November 1962; “The DuPont School Fires” by Larry Brinton; Coppersmith’s ad (1820); “James Robertson: Part III” by Paul Clements; “Kitchen Kollege Recipes” by Phil Rawlings Hach; And More.


October 2014

VOL. 6, No. 4-; “Believe Russian Satellite Over City” (1957); “‘Candidates…disguise their real sentiments” (1826); “A Lot Of Goings-On With 17 Children” (1971); “Cyanide kills one; another is critical” (1986); “Helen Keller is a Socialist” (1913); “Poverty Helps to Develop the Ability to Succeed” (1937); “A Great Curiosity” (1856); “Mass Meeting of Colored Citizens” (1873); “Bad Eggs” (1884); “Mischief, Suffering and Banditry Hide Behind Halloween Mask Here” (1937); “Artifacts: Supper at the Maxwell House” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Will The Real Dummy…” Whitey Ford (1974); “Banner in Wesley Hall Cornerstone” (1937); “Animal House” by Tom Henderson III; “Car phone hot in construction business” (1986); “Betty Banner At John Trammell’s Birthday Party” (1964); “An ‘Admirer of Patriotism and Merit Unequaled’” Sevier Monument by Gordon T. Belt; “Reservoir Given Sky-Blue Cover” (1974); “West Basin Ready About Next Friday” (1907); “The Bell Witch” by James Brooks; “Nashville Hub Of 5 Planned Roads” (1959); “Badly Disappointed” (1873); “The Lude Party” by Larry Brinton; “James Robertson, Part II” by Paul Clements; “Local Brothers Here With ‘Bama” Bear Bryant (1967); Dracula “in person” at local theaters advertisement (1958)"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


September 2014

VOL. 6, No. 3-“Our Capital Taken!” (1814); “General James Robertson is no more” (1814); “A Wicked Boy” (1874); “A Dark Mystery Solved” (1880); “Hull Interested In Hitler World Peace Proposal” (1937); “Dusk Highlights Fair’s Wonderment” (1968); “2nd Tragedy Hits Orbison In Two Years” (1968); “Women Don’t Mean Half of What They Write In Letters” (1940); “Long Hair Dispute May Go To Court” (1968); Civil War news from September 1864; “Hoodooed” (1884); “Grave Yields Catastrophic Find” (1978); “‘Stuff Of Rebellion Planted,’” Williams Says At Highlander” (1957); “Artifacts: The South-Western Monthly” by Clinton J. Holloway; Photo of Jones School segregation protestors (1957); “Washing Dishes” by Tom Henderson III; “River Barge Fire Attracts Big Crowd” (1940); “Quake may hit Tennessee by year 2000” (1985); Photo of Bill Covington’s 13th Annual Jr. Fishing Rodeo (1985); “Last Cherokee War Battle Site Now Park of Industrial Complex” Buchanan Station (1976); “A Directoy” (1824); Harley-Holt advertisement (1953); Photos from the 1968 State Fair; “Anti-Marijuana Rules Are Issued (1937); “Twenty-Five Autoists Arrested Last Night” (1916); “Happiness Reigns In Harper Valley” (1968); “Boy’s Playmates, With Own Blood, Aid in Life Fight” (1925); Photo of Madison High football players and cheerleader (1968); “Montague Beach” by Todd Camp Jr.; “The LaPrade Murders” by Larry Brinton; “Radnor Lake Fish Kill Said ‘Common Problem’” (1978); “James Robertson: Part I” by Paul Clements; “There Were No Flowers” (1985); Photo of Vanderbilt registration (1957); “Rare Banks On Display” (1957); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


August 2014

VOL. 6, No. 2-“U.S. Accepts Iraq Regime” (1958); “Ryman ‘Is Not For Sale’ Despite $200,000 Bid” (1974); “The Secular Press” (1854); Civil War news from August 1864; “Boycott A Newspaper” (1892); “Immigration, Anarchism, Crime” (1907); “Old People Wise to Marry, In Their Own Age Class” (1937); “World Warming Up; Scientist Sees Signs In Arctic Region” (1952); “Records Reveal Climate Cooling” (1974); “A Suggestion” (1873); “Loud” (1873); “Nashville’s Largest Arsenal May Be Police Storage Room” (1974); “Artifacts: ‘Woodbine is home…’ brochure” by Clinton J. Holloway; “The War of 1812, Part VIII: The Treat of Fort Jackson” by Dr. Tom Kanon; “House Calls” by Tom Henderson III; “Vine Street Temple” by Jean Roseman; "Premier party proves Red hot” Red Grooms (1986); “Prepare for Bellevue Barebcue” (1959); “Child Bride Absent From School After Switching by Teacher” (1937); “The Weather, And So Forth” (1854); “Horn Blowers Warned Law Effective Now” (1941); “Ponder Over NEVD Bargains” (1959); “All Set For Beatles Show” (1965); “Improvements At Home” (1823); “Fire At Lebanon—The Factory In Ruins” (1854); “Atmosphere of Circus Haunts Curious Fans” (1941); “No Splinters In This Timepiece” (1974); "Deplorable Accident” (1873); “Insurrection, Gamblers, &c.” (1835); “Petey” cartoon by C.A. Voight (1922); Lotties Shoes advertisement (1974); Fox advertisement (1941); “Here Is Your Gun” by Larry Brinton; “Colonel John Donelson, Part IV” by Paul Clements; “Female Touch Shows In Cells” (1965); “Chuck Berry At Maceo’s Center” (1958); “No Possibilities Ignored” (1950); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


July 2014

VOL. 6, No. 1-“Drums Along Duck River As Native Indians Return” (1972); “Horrid Massacre” (1814); “Only Drunk” (1894); “Parachute Didn’t Work” Glendale Park (1894); “Man Ruled by Mother Not Worth Much as a Husband” (1937); Civil War news from July 1864; “New Bethel” (1873); “Work of Lightning” (1901); “Dolly Parton fits right in as madam” (1982); “No Quick Relief From Pollution, Heat For State” (1972); “Artifacts: Character by Edward Ward Carmack” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Bicycle Riding Champions” (1962); “Man, 91, Loses Service Picture” (1962); “We All Scream For Ice Cream” by Tom Henderson III; “Iron Eyes Changing Indian Image” (1976); “Cherokee Emigration” (1838); “Temperance Meeting” (1843); “One Of 53 [Cisterns] Filled Here” (1957); “Kills 40-Inch Rattlesnake” (1957); “Shuttle just a hoax: Flat Earth Society” (1982); “Narcotic Law To Be Enforced” (1922); “Celebrate Opening Of Hadley Park” (1913); “Equilibrist at Shelby Park Today” (1894); Butter-Krust Bakery advertisement (1913); “A.Z. Kelley recalls tough school fight” (1982); “Record Producing Steps Are Many And Varied” (1972); “‘Nashville’s Own’ Movie Star, Melvyn Douglas, Drops Name By Which He Was Known Here” (1937); “‘Fierce’ Animals Featured In Annual Peabody Circus” (1950); “A True Test of Beauty” Paskola (1894); “More Nashville Characters” by Larry Brinton; Speed-A-Rama drive-in theaters advertisement (1962); “Colonel John Donelson: Part III” by Paul Clements; “Cascade Plunge Draws Crowd” (1922); “‘Plunges’ Into Talent Show” (1955); and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.




June 2014

VOL. 5, No. 12-“To Men Of Patriotism And Enterprize” (1814); “Threatened Mob” (1874); Civil War news from June 1864; “Show Is Closed” Hypnotic Experiment (1897); “Local Leaflets” (1884); “Has Son Arrested After Marriage” (1927); “No Way To Stop Women Being Slaves To Fashion” (1937); “Lesbian-Gary Pride Week under way” (1983); “Flames Sweep Historic Home; Woman Saved” (1960); “Spicy Men’s Magazines Made Trial Exhibits” (1960); “Artifacts: Franklin Interurban shed” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Old Statues found in Clay County” (1983); “More Than A Janitor” by Tom Henderson III; “Bridge Target Date: 1962” Silliman Evans Bridge (1960); “Taking A Stroll” (1887); “We, the passengers of the Luella, acquit Capt. Couch” (1854); “‘We Love Tex’—But Tex [Ritter] Is Somewhere Else” (1970); “George Jones shows, sings in Williamson” (1983); “Women Best Jurors, Says Judge Florence E. Allen” (1927); “Lily Ice Cream Company Make Delicious Product” (1937); “Which Way To Zoo?” (1970); “Advertisement” (1803); “Nashville Bridge” (1823); “Death of the Sheriff of Davidson” (1838); “Departure of Volunteers” (1846); “‘Sunshine Cornsilk’” and Junior Samples (1970); “West Side Aquatic Club Works Out” (1960); “Brushy Mountain State Prison” by Larry Brinton; “Temple Sees Good Olympic Showing For U.S. Women” Wilma Rudolph (1960); “Colonel John Donelson: Part II: by Paul Clements; and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


May 2014

VOL. 5, No. 11--“LOVELAW” (1824); “Olympic Park” (1907); Civil War news from May 1864; “Iran Policy Attacked By Reagan” (1980); “No Second Dates? It Is Probably Your Own Fault” (1942); “Nearly One-Third of Nashville Pupils 10 Per Cent Under Weight” (1922); “Find Your Roots, Haley Tells Youngsters” (1977); “Shoutin’, Stompin’ Fans Rock To Domino Tunes” (1959); “Artifacts: 1931 Hume-Fogg Baseball photo” by Clinton J. Holloway; “A Tribute To The Yardman” by Tom Henderson III; “Little Lamb Aids Hortense With School Patrol Duty” (1959); “East High Tracksters Win 18 Trophies” (1959); “Moonshining” (1894); “Negro Patrolman Added to Force” (1950); “Mad Dog Chasing In South Nashville” (1876); “Centennial Guns” (1876); “Off Into The River” (1900); “National DAR Officers Honored by State Regent” (1950); “Kusan Works For Santa All Year Round: (1977); “The Rifleman Homers At Sulphur Dell” by Bill Traughber; “Eight Sets Of Twins Attend Inglewood” (1980); “Bride-Deserter Takes Poison” (1912); “Metro Fire Rescue Plan For Invalids Gets Push” (1974); “Health Of The City” (1846); “The Public Square” (1856); “Henry Hodge” by Larry Brinton; “A Grave Reminder” Memorial Day photo (1977); “Colonel John Donelson” by Paul Clements; and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


April 2014

VOL. 5, No. 10--“Fire-Eating Monkey Escapes Nightclub” (1979); “Blackest Mutiny” Execution of John Woods (1814); Roy Acuff with tuba photo (1963); “Things I hate” (1835); Civil War news from April 1864; “An Exciting Race” between train and horse (1873); “Lamp Upset By Cat” (1905); “Don’t Marry A Woman Just Because She Asks You To” (1941); “9 Lives Well Spent End at 21 for ‘Princess’; Tear Flow” (1948); “Dirigible Makes Landing at Dudley Field” (1938); “Brothers ‘On the Road’ 3 Years From L.A. to Here” (1966); “Artifacts: Princess the Cat” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Tennessee Ernie Presents Gold ‘Sixteen Tons’ To Hall Of Fame” (1969); “Historical Societies” (1846); “Cutting The Grass” by Tom Henderson III; “Nashville Girl Pianist Works With Thomas Edison” (1927); “Beautiful” (1873); “Tattered Battleflags Of Tennessee Unpacked” (1905); “Cy Young In Nashville” by Bill Traughber; “Penmanship” (1857); Buhl Credit Jewelers ad (1950); “Phrenology” (1835); “The Symbolic Head” of Phrenology (1842); “These Students To Participate In Variety Show” photo East High School (1950); “School Music, Art Festival Set May 10-12” photo Napier School (1950); “Talk For Wheelmen” bicycle riding (1896); “Pitching In” photo Mayor Richard Fulton et. al. (1983); “Samuel Butler Brown” by Larry Brinton; Cain-Sloan Co. ad for X-Ray Shoe Fitter (1938); “Madam Motor Parts Opens Here, ‘Will Add Glamour’ to Business” (1969); “You Can Autograph a Bomb When You Buy a War Bond” (1943); “Only The Beginning, Adolf” Tennessee Enamel Manufacturing Co. (1943); “Who Was Granny White?” by Paul Clements; “A Historic Stack” (1887); and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


March 2014

VOL. 5, No. 9--“Dynamite Found On Tracks” (1967); “The Nashville Bridge—An Obstruction to Navigation” (1848); “Dry No More” photo of unescorted women having beer at Gerst House (1975); “The Elevator” (1882); Civil War news from March 1864; “‘Horseless City’ Is Coming Event” (1913); “Why Women Want To Wear Pants Is A Mystery” (1941); “Nashvillians back Plan for Men To Take Off Coats” (1942); “Bossom Obsession May Be Ending” (1967); “Great Natural Curiosity” (1835); “A Swat in March Save More Than a Million Swats in June” flies (1913); “NASCAR cancels races in Nashville” (1985); “Artifacts: The Corn Is Green program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “The War of 1812, Part VII: The Battle of Horseshoe Bend” by Dr. Tom Kanon; “The Milkman” by Tom Henderson III; “Live Mortar Found Children’s Plaything” (1975); “Hogwallow Excited By Stranger’s Visit” (1913); “Unearthed A Skeleton” (1897); WSIX-TV Channel 8 ad for “Live Wrestling” (1958); Kite-flying photo feature (1955); “Funny Sayings of Nashville Kiddies” (1913); “Crutches and Wheel Chairs Can Dance” Buena Vista School (1964); “They Went Whole Hog Till Somebody Up’n Squealed” (1958); “The Tennessee and Pacific Railroad” by Terry Coats; “Murder on Paradise Ridge” by Larry Brinton; O.K. Hager ad for Indian Motorcycles (1913); “Tabloid Sales Gross $225,000” Shriners (1967); “One Millionth Prescription” Moon Drugs (1975); “A Negro Exodus” (1892); “The History of Tennessee” (1820); “Booker T. Washington Visits State Normal” (1913); “Poor Little Waif” (1892); “Remembering Charlie Allen” by Paul Clements; and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


February 2014

VOL. 5, No. 8--“Pro-Segregationists Storm Capitol” (1957); “Executed” Payne, Kirby and Carroll (1843); “A Wonderful Child” (1882); Civil War news from February 1864, including John Wilkes Booth; “Girls Not Cut Out To Be Debutantes Should Get Job” (1933); “Banner Article Reunites Mother And ‘Baby’ Son” (1933); “Nashville School Children Have High Rate As Disease Carriers” (1957); “Fred Thompson Named As Watergate Counsel” (1973); “Artifacts: 1930 Fidelis Class banquet program” by Clinton J. Holloway; “The Coming Woman” (1871); “Canineism” (1871); “Party Crashers Plaque Parents” (1958); “Stand At Attention” Nashville Symphony (1961); “Cupid’s Arrow” by Tom Henderson III; Union Ice Cream advertisement (1933); J.F. Day and Co. advertisement (1961); “The Fisk Herald: The Nation’s First Black Student Newspaper” by Pamela E. Foster; “Black Expo Stressing Continuing Progress” (1973); “Murfreessboro In Flames” (1875); “Farm-Born William Walker Has Practiced [Blacksmith] Trade 40 Years) (1950); “National Black High School Basketball Tournament” by Bill Traughber; “Fire Companies” (1835); “Melancholy Accident” (1835); “Wino Death Spurs Push For Rehabilitation Facility” (1981); “Nap Interrupted” photo of Theodore Crow (1961); “A Pretty Young Girl Arrested By Police” (1908); “Singer Jerry Lee Lewis Swings Into Nashville” (1961); Squibb Castor Oil advertisement (1933); “Paula Herring” by Larry Brinton; “Valentines Today, Plentiful And Pretty, Have Wide Range” (1955); “The Legendary Thomas Spencer” by Paul Clements; “Mardi Gras Royalty” (1956); Harry Hampel Revival advertisement (1958); and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


January 2014

VOL. 5, No. 7--“Southern Massacres” (1814); “Blast Rocks Lebanon, Kills Boy” (1958); Civil War news from January 1864; “Dastardly Assault” (1908); “Parents Cannot Rule Modern Girl With The Rod” (1936); “Sulphur Dell Is Sold” (1969); “Gore among new senators sworn in today” (1985); “‘Big Tussie’ again attacks photographers” (1985); “Much ‘Mountain Dew’ Found In Suitcases” (1921); “Streetcar Rail Removal Poses Problem” (1944); “Artifacts: Danny Davis’ Nashville Brass Song Album” by Clinton J. Holloway; “The War of 1812: Part VI” by Dr. Tom Kanon; “Snow Play” by Tom Henderson III; “Homemade remedies once spelled r-e-l-i-e-f for ancestors’ woes” (1985); “1,000 Feet Up, Here’s How Jammed Dell Looks On A Baseball Sunday” (1950); “Ann-Margret Arrives” (1969); “The State Capitol Grounds” (1858); Loews Vendome advertisement (1921); “Runaway Throws Wagon In Window” (1912); “Printer’s Alley” (1858); “Uncle Joe Starts In ‘Old Man And See’” (1958); “Lebanon Mirror” (1836); “New Year’s Day Murder” by Larry Brinton; “Madison Knocks Litton Out Of Lead” photo (1958); “Lincoln Glorified” (1892); “Volunteer Jam Excites 11,000 At Auditorium” (1977); “Remembering John Egerton” by Paul Clements; and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


December 2013

VOL. 5, No. 6--“Cruel Victory”? (1813); “Mercury To Hit Zero” (1963); Civil War news from December 1863; “Food Plays Large Part in Man’s Success, Happiness” (1937); “Santa Claus Mail Box” (1907); “Hard Times!!!” (1820); “Great Robbery of the Express” (1837); “An Atrocious Case of Lynch Law” (1850); “Getting Ready For Christmas” Santa getting beard trimmed photo (1963); “Herman Bowman Family Awaits Santa This Year, But Faces Cheerless 1958” (1957); “Artifacts: ‘Christmas At Grinders Switch’” by Clinton J. Holloway; “Wonder About Seal Funds? Here’s How It Fights TB” (1957); “Worried? Bah, Humbug!” Friday the 13th photo (1963); Spire & Duff advertisement (1872); “1966” by Tom Henderson III; “Nashville’s First Pro Basketball Team” by Bill Traughber; “Russians to Meet Flyers Christmas Day” (1965); Globetrotters at Municipal Auditorium photo (1963); “Harding Road Dinner Club” by John Zuccarello, Jr.; “Little Railroaders Dream” photo (1974); Dan Cohen Company advertisement (1938); “Nashvillian Turns Home Into Child’s Wonderland” (1959); “More Nashville Characters” by Larry Brinton; “Franklin Hop” (1882); “Hope For Christmas” photo (1957); “Humor on the Cumberland Frontier” by Paul Clements; Christmas cards from 1948; “Gas for Edgefield” (1872); and; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


November 2013

VOL. 5, No. 5--"Gasping, Coughing, Grimy-Handed Nashvillians Suffer Through City's Worst Smoke Pall of Year" (1943); "Shocking Murder!!" (1813); "Creek Prisoners Arrived" (1813); Civil War news from November 1863; "Mighty Hard To Love Bossy Neighbors" (1946); "Landmark Stays" First Baptist Church (1967); "Throngs View Daring Flight Over Nashville In Aeroplane" Katherine Stinson (1914); "Poor Brakes Blamed In Fatal Plunge Of Car From Downtown Garage Roof" (1957); "An Electric Disturbance" geomagnetic storm (1882); "'Beast Roar'" At Carthage Laid to Prank" (1957); "They Shot the Bull--After Chase Ends on Capitol Hill" (1946); "Artifacts: Auction of J. Percy Priest Lake property" by Clinton J. Holloway; "The War of 1812: Part V: Early Battles of the Creek War" by Dr. Tom Kanon; "A Childhood Home" by Tom Henderson III; "Garage Attendant To Bench" Robert Lillard (1979); Nashville Railway and Light Company advertisement (1914); "Roy Becomes City Citizen" Roy Rogers (1957); "Chattanoogan Recalls Hanging Of Same Davis 80 Years Ago" (1943); "Toy Store In the Making" Santa's Helpers (1967); "Beauty For Clinic Bowl" (1962); "Hot Rod 'Has Everything,' Even Trophy, For Boys" (1962); "The Pauline School of the Dance" by Ken Donnelly; "Till Death Do Us Part" by Larry Brinton; "Great Public Meeting" (1834); "Broke Jail" (1849); "Peculiar Accident To Car On Broadway" (1914); "Brother, It Better Be Sharp" Jack Knox cartoon (1946); "November 22, 1963: President Kennedy's assassination" by Paul Clements; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


October 2013

VOL. 5, No. 4--"Football Death First Fatality In NIL History" (1955); "'Murdered Chickasaw'" (1813); "Miss Fire Prevention" (1971) Oprah Winfrey; "Snow Flurries Hit Midstate In Cold Wave" (1937); Civil War news from October 1863; "Big Field Of Marijuana Is For U.S. War Effort" (1942); "Old Women Trying To Be Young Seem Grotesque" (1937); "Metro Police Search For Doctored Halloween Treats" (1972); "The Waifs" (1884); "Artifacts: 1953 Nashville Symphony Orchestra Program" by Clinton J. Holloway; "Beautiful Historic Cemetery" City Cemetery (1959); "Our Town" (1845); "We Won't Forget You, Steve" by Tom Henderson III; "Historic Cragfont Gets New Addition" (1978); W.R. Cornelius, undertaker, advertisement (1863); "Ancient, Fallen Treaty Oak Cut Into Historic Pieces" (1959); "Columnist wraps up long career at Banner" (1982); "Sir Cecil Creape: A Few Memories of Russ McCown" by Stanley E. Hime; "They're All Ready To PLay Spooks Tonight" (1945); "Lighting The Streets" (1845); "For Happy Halloween Observe Safety Rules" (1978); "Fred Cobb, Policeman" by Larry Brinton; Bailey's Saline Aperient advertisement (1884); "Sunday Hotrods In Shopping Center Create Hazard" (1959); "September Mortality" (1884); "Coach Jimmy Gentry" by Paul Clements; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


September 2013

VOL. 5, No. 3--"Escapees Split, 2 Caught At Roadblock" (1978); "'Attack of the Creek Indians'" (1813); "'Dakota Bob,' On Final Tour of Country, Is Here" (1911); Civil War news from September 1863; "'Cornball' Hee Haw Outlasts Its Critics" (1978); "Idiotic To Shield Children From All Hardships" (1940); "Negroes Enter Smyrna School; No 'Incidents'" (1959); "The Poisoning Case" (1883); "Artifacts: Taylor-Trotwood Magazine" by Clinton J. Holloway; "The War of 1812: Part IV" by Dr. Tom Kanon; "Hair's The Story" by Tom Henderson III; "Monday State Fair Opening To Mark Start Of Second 50 Years" (1956); "Policeman's Handy Gun" (1907) "'Great Revival In The Churches Of The City'" (1846); "Big Cat Caught In Stone's River" (1928); "The Drought" (1838); "Tavel At Low Cost" hobo photo (1972); "Child 'Knifing' Report Branded Completely False" (1967); "Automatic Cameras Planned For City's 'Most Robbed' Stores" (1978); "Encamped Upon Old Fort Negley" (1911); Horlick's Malted Milk Tablets ad (1938); "The Nashville Rebels; City's First Pro Football Team" by Bill Traughber "Bonne Bell Run Is Racing Debut Of Most Entrants" (1978); "A Prisoner Outing" by Larry Brinton; Book Preview: "The Day The Whistles Cried" by Betsy Thorpe; "300 Local Men Attend Southeast Shrine Meeting" (1959); "New Electric Line" street car to Belmont College (1891); "Locating the Bluff Station (aka, Fort Nashborough)" by Paul Clements; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


August 2013

VOL. 5, No. 2--"Funeral Procession Wreck Kills 2, Hurts 4" (1953); "To the Chickasaw chiefs" (1813); Civil War news from August 1863; "The Wrong Sex Does The Proposing For Marriage" (1939); "Murder at Brentwood" (1882); "Designing For The Stars" (1966); "New 'Tube' replaces TV as home entertainment" (1981); "Terrible Book By Equally Bad Singer" John Lennon (1964): "Artifacts: Robert Winthrop School annual" by Clinton J. Holloway; First American National Bank ad about TV (1950); "Doing the Laundry" by Tom Henderson III; "Rams vs. Bears" 1965 Bill Wade, by Bill Traughber; "Huge Rattler Killed Here" (1950); "Try a free, cool slug of nature's smelliest" sulfur water (1981); "Governor's Pet 'Forgotten Bird' Of State Office Building Murals" Cordell Hull Building (1942); "Hey, Pop! Remember This Game? Well, The Kids Are Still Playing It" mumble-the-peg (1950); "Fourth of July in Canada" (1833); "30 Local Girl Scouts Leave for National Camp" (1950); "Missing Attorney" by Larry Brinton; Photo: Sulphur Dell "Booster Night" (1959); Photo: City League champions Radnor Plumbing Company (1964); "The Saga of Alsey Thompson" by Paul Clements; "Domestic Matters: Gen. Jackson" (1824); "Jackson's Bible Found in Second-Hand Store" (1939); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


July 2013

VOL. 5, No. 1--"General Orders" from Andrew Jackson (1813); "Workhouse Filth Revealed" (1963); Civil War news from July 1863; "Pilotless Planes May Be Perfected" (1925); "Nagging Won't Help Make Men Talk More" (1941); "Violent Crimes Plague Waverly-Belmonth Area (1980); "4-Baby Program Urged To Prevent National Decay" (1941); "Inglewood Goat Runs Wilds; Gets Police In Tizzy" (1957); "Seeing's Not Believing At Jimmy's 8th Birthday Party" Haily kids (1957); "Artifacts: Nashville Tourist Court" by Clinton J. Holloway; "Metro Police Cars Get New Color Scheme" (1963 and 1976); "A Big Fish" (1884); "Spin On A Bicycle" (1884); "Dogs" (1813); "Funny Families: Sitcoms of the 1950s" by Tom Henderson III; "Disco Lady and Her Main Man Do the Bump Here" (1976); "Demonic Darth Vader Unmasks True Self" (1980); Photo of Marty Robbins and his race car (1965); "Attends Elks Picnic" Hadley Park (1957); "Cholera In Shelbyville" (1833); "'The Pestilence'" (1833); "Timely Warning" about cholera (1833); Photo of Minnie Pearl, Tennessee Ernie Ford playing golf (1966); "Typical Mountain Family To See York Picture" (1941); "Attempted Robbery" (1849); "Bob Bell's Market" by Larry Brinton; "Old Weights, Measures Back After 118 Years" (1980); "The Shadow of Spain" by Paul Clements; "Kitchen Kolleg Recipes" (1954); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.




June 2013

VOL. 4, No. 12--"The Electric Light" (1883); "Lightning Kills McCabe Golfer" (1959); Civil War news form June 1863; "Another Cabbage Snake" (1908); "The Passing of Blind Tom" (1908); "Plain Girls Can Be As Popular As Pretty Ones" (1937); "Tarzan Meets Samson; Result Delightful!" (1959); "Historian recalls talk with Custer's alleged killer" (1988); "Artifacts: Gospel Advocate hymnals card" by Clinton J. Holloway; Tom Tichenor photos; "A Great Sensation" (1882); "Our Colored Schools" (1883); "Westerns & Cowbosy" by Tom Henderson III; "Vaccine Matter" (1813); "Stabbed" (1882); "Famous Women in History of Tennessee" (1924); "Bing Crosby in Nashville" by Bill Traughber; "Trevecca's Highest Tribute Paid To Donnie Smith" (1959); "Flag Day Ceremony Held" City Cemetery (1959); "The Vesters" by Larry Brinton; "Secretary, Nurse Gave Up Careets For Stunt Driving" (1959); "Beating The Heat In A Cool Pool" Cascade Plunge (1959); Fairgrounds Speedway photo (1959); "Frederick Stump" by Paul Clements; "Gallery of Portraits" (1832); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


May 2013

VOL. 4, No. 11--"Brilliant Victory For Gerst's Colt In Kentucky Derby" (1910); "Sidewalk Notes" (1873); Civil War news from May 1863; "Hail Storm Plays Havoc On Streets of Nashville" (1910); "Use Tact To Deal With A Donkey Husband" (1937); "Who Was He? A Villainous Attempt Thwarted by a Vigilant Reporter" (1882); "Mortgages As Low As 12.75%" (1980); "Jeannine No Female Impersonator" (1974); "Artifacts: Oak Hill Horse Show t-shirt" by Clinton J. Holloway; "Lockeland School Centers Around Its Cafeteria" (1941); "Mother Nature Aids Bootleggers" (1931); "Hot Rods" by Tom Henderson III; "Here We Go, Boys…" BGA tug-of-war (1965); "Milky Way Farms" by Larry Brinton; "Hospital Phones Busy, Of Corpse, But Operators Don't Buy Bodies" (1955); "'Operator Here,' He Said Huskily" (1974); "Joseph Brown, Part V: 'My Redeemer!'" by Paul Clements; Memorial Day at National Cemetery (1965); "First Nashville-Built Plane To Make Bow, Get Test Today" (1940); Sterchi's advertisement for clothes washing set (1950); "Drunkometer Goes In Operation Friday" (1958); "Heat Is Felt, But Hat Is Straw" photo for Straw Hat Days (1950); "Contract Near Original Offer" Firefighter's strike (1980); Swine Ball photo (1983); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


April 2013

VOL. 4, No. 10--"Volunteers Treated In Shameful Manner" (1813); "Metro Government Inaugurated" (1963); "Deserves To Be Lynched" (1907); "Bachelor Falls Off Tower" (1958); "Even Honest Women Lie About Age" (1948); Civil War news form April 1863; "Teased Pedestrians" (1885); "Buffalo Bill at Belle Meade" (1885); "Nashville traffic gets breather as 1-440 opens" (1987); "Artifacts: Eddy Arnold record" by Clinton J. Holloway; "Pushbutton, Builtin Wonders Thrill Electric Show Crowds" (1956); "1969: From Viet Nam to Memphis" by Tom Henderson III; "Very Taciturn Prisoner" (1903); "Airphotos of Nashville" (1956); "The State House" (1845); "Improvements in Nashville" (1845); "Newspaper Enlargements" (1845); "Kerrick Majors" by Larry Brinton; "The Creation of Metropolitan Government" by John Egerton; "Joseph Brown, Part IV: The Nickajack Campaign" by Paul Clements; "Observes Good Friday and 93rd Birthday" (1941); Radio Schedule (1956); Union Hill Drag Strip photo (1963); "Opryland's '77 Opening Draws Thousands" (1977); Mule Day Queen (1941); Advertisements (1829); "Crystal Gayle No Longer Just 'Lorretta's Little Sister'" (1977); "Kenton Shrugs Off Visit To Opry; Still 'In Dutch'" (1977); Beesley Furniture Company advertisement (1941); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


March 2013

VOL. 4, No. 9--"Troops Discharged" (1813); "What Next? A Young Lady Arrested in Male Attire" (1883); "Third Avenue Scene of Fire" (1911); "Opry's Fans, Stars Mourn For Its Dead; Jack Anglin Joins Friends In Death" (1963); "Lines Formed" around Court House for license renewal (1963); "Andy Griffith In Town For Recording Session" (1972); Civil War news from March 1863; "Brats at 5 Will Be Bums at 50" (1941); "Popcorn--Tarzan Too For 450" (1955); "They Can't Go On Meeting Like This!" (1972) "Artifacts: Charga-Plate" by Clinton J. Holloway; "Collection Of 'Funnies' Goes On Display" (1963); "The Local Drug Stores" Moon Drug, Hutcherson's, by Tom Henderson; "Bottomless Finisher Is Sensation In Music City Swim; Cornwell Ace" (1972); Ad for Cooper Martin Grocery Store (1963); "Anthony Darrell Hines" by Larry Brinton; "Clinics Vaccinate 1,592 Dogs" (1955); "19,000 of 25,770 Dwelling Units Described As Definite Menace to Health of Citizens" (1941); "Elks Manager Dahlman Has Built Life Of Service And Of Humor" (1955); "Joseph Brown, Part III: Deadly Encounters" by Paul Clements; "Today's Television Schedule, March 5, 1963"; "Hope Abandoned For Driver Ryan" (1914); "When The Chicago White Stockings Took On Nashville" by Bill Traughber; "Opening Playoff Loss Dims Flyers' Hopes To Flicker" (1963);"Some Bad Boys Put Large Boulders on the Car Track" (1883); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


February 2013

VOL. 4, No. 8--"The Farewell," a poem from War of 1812; "Military Plane Crashes In Donelson" (1956); "Breaking The Jim Crow Law" (1907); "Nashville's First Taxicab Marriage" (1910); "Must a Women Be Beautiful to Be Loved"" (1933); "Banner Offers $500 Reward For Vandals" of Franklin Confederate Cemetery (1954); Civil War news form February 1863; "Park Board Opens Golf Links To All" (1956); "Everybody Ought To Try Chitlins" (1964); "Artifacts: Chas. P Ellis Clothing" by Clinton J. Holloway; "French Frightened at Hitler's Rise to Power" (1933); "Blaze Destroys Richland Fire Department" (1950); "Negro History Week Proclaimed" (1955); "Caster Knott" by Tom Henderson III; "David Carl Duncan" by Larry Brinton; "Coo Coo Marlin Gets Ready For Daytona Race" (1964); "Be My Valentine" photos of children (1955); "City Has New Air Express Service" (1936); "Bandages for United States Army and Britain" (1941); "'I Remember It Well,' Says T. Willie Connor" (1960); "Children's Theater To Present 'The Wizard of Oz'" (1950); "Ladies Day At Old Hickory Club" (1971); " Joseph Brown, Part II: A Prisoner of the Indians" by Paul Clements; "Memories Remain As Old Vanderbilt Court Razed" (1964); "Junior High Champions" Donelson Dons, Isaac Litton (1964); "Basket Ball" (1893); "The 1954 Battle of Franklin" by Mike Hudgins; "'Tips' Given To Police" (1954); "Reward In Cemetery Desecration Now $827" (1954); and "Poll Tax Should Be Enforced" (1946); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


January 2013

VOL. 4, No. 7--"The Coldest We Have Ever Experienced" (1832); "Baby abuse suspect shot in hospital" (1986); Civil War news from January 1863, including the Battle of Murfreesboro; "Happy New Year 1967" photo (1966); "Wives Without Outside Interests Are Boring" (1936); "More Sore Toes Add To Foot-Stomper's Woes" (1974); "'Weather Treatment' For Sewers" moonshine (1962); "Citizens Sing During March Against Porno" (1978); "Girl, 10, Who Asked Santa Claus For Life, Dies Here" (1939); "The Last Skaters' Waltz" Hippodrome Roller Rink (1968); "Local Woman's 20th Child Arrives" (1947); "Tennessee Volunteers" (1813); "Gen. Jackson, and the Tennessee Patriots" (1813); "Our New Court-House" (1826); "Kidnap the Kaiser" by Tom Henderson III; "Charles Edward Jones" by Larry Brinton; "BGA Beats MBA, 43-27" photo (1962); "Play Pearl Tonight" Cameron High (1956); "Lavelle's Dean Of Machinists For NC&StL; Has Yen For Ponies" (1955); "Idle City Court Officials Take Up Bow Tie Whittling" (1955); "Recollections of Joseph Brown: Part 1: Attack On The Brown Family" by Paul Clements; "School Days More Like School Nights These Days" (1974); "Siren Signals New Emergency" General Hospital (1962); "Gene Autry Tells of His Movie Start During Stop in Nashville" (1938); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


December 2012

VOL. 4, No. 6--"Drummed Out Of Camp" (1812); "Nashville's First Christmas Tree" (1914); "Girl Fighting for Life in Hospital Asks Blood Transfusions Instead of Dolls for Christmas" (1938); "'Giant Maniac' Jailed Here as Axe Murderer" (1934); "Letters to Old Kris Kringle" (1907); Civil War news from December 1862; "Street Beggars Seen as Fakes, Thriving on a Gullible Public" (1938); "If You Have Doubts on Being In Love, You're Not" (1933); "'Jesus People' Hold Jail Prayer Vigil" (1973); "Woman Doctor Given Greatest Gift Of All" (1957) Dr. Dorothy L. Brown ; "The War of 1812: Part III" by Dr. Tom Kanon; "Reflections On A Christmas Past" by Tom Henderson III; "John Kasper" by Larry Brinton; "Window Brings Message" (1957) Anitoch High School; "Chief Calls Police Dispatcher From Golden Gate Bridge" (1957); "Liquor Dealers Expect Big Christmas Sale; Prices 'Right'" (1938); "Poodles Are Her Pastime" (1969) Mrs. John. T. Lane; "Systems of Semisocialized Medicine Near Reality in 6 States" (1938); "Wife Says Mate Wouldn't Get Up, So She Shot Him" (1964); "Reigns Over 'Toys For Tots'" (1957); "No Waiting…No Divots…No Sweat…No Thirst…But No Partners" (1957) McCabe Golf Club; "Most of City's Police Cars Found Unsafe" (1941); "On The Significance Of Our City's Past" an interview with Paul Clements; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


November 2012

VOL. 4, No. 5--"Supreme Court Rejects Nashville Busing Appeal" (1972); "Fifteen Hundred Volunteers" War of 1812; "Smoke [Smog] Blamed For Accidents Injuring Four" (1941); "Mother-In-Law Finds Son's Home Is Closed" (1952); "3 Stooges Stage Impromptu Act" (1962); Civil War news from November 1962; "Te Ata Stresses Respect Between Indians, Whites" (1964); "Negro Radio Station Debut Scheduled Around Dec. 1" (1951); "Stokes School Progresses In Beautification Projects" (1959); "In The Mood: Own Bradley" by Tom Hendreson III; "New Look Marks Harvey Centennial Yule Scene" (1964); "Judge Andrew Doyle" by Larry Brinton; "Local Backers Hold Rousing Rally For Ike" (1952); "Polk's First Grave In City Cemetery" (1952); "Stones River Bridge" (1831); "Dinah Shore" by Jean Roseman; "Chronicles of the Cumberland Settlements" book review by John Edgerton; "Glenncliff's 1964 Big Nine Champs" (1964); "Look Out, Wild Blue Wonder" photo (1951); "First Objection Over Vaccination" (1952); "Halloween Convinced Him He Had 'D.T.'s'" (1925);; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


October 2012

VOL. 4, No. 4--"Carter Smile Beams At City's Welcome" (1978); "The the Marshal of West Tennessee" (1812); "CMA [Awards]: Denver, Dolly, Wayton, Minne (1975); Civil War articles from October 1861; "A White Rape Fiend—A Picture Agent" (1907); "Girls in Early Teens Grave Problem to Parents Today" (1937); "Shocking Outrage" double murder in Columbia (1825); "Goblins, Take Over Town, But—Please—Let's Do It Mildy" (1952); "Hillsboro High Blaze Leaves School Shambles" (1952); "108, Has Single Problem; Needs New Pair of Specs" (1952); "What It Was, Was Football" by Tom Henderson III; "David Williams" by Larry Brinton; "Cuban Missile Crisis" by Paul Clements; "Keith-Simmons Gun Club" by John Zucarrello, Jr.; "Woman Dies After Auto Operation; Two Held" (1952); "[Baptist] Children's Home Reunion Brings Fond Memories" (1975); "New York Congressman Calls Upon Teachers To Play Integration Roles" (1955); "One Century at Shelby Park" by Todd Camp, Jr.; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


September 2012

VOL. 4, No. 3-- "Citizens! Soldiers of second division!" by Andrew Jackson (1812); "An Unfortunate Affair" about street car segregation (1912); "Siren Blast Sends Officials Scurrying In Mock Air Attack" (1956); "Stadium Named Dudley Field" (1922); "Memorial Services Set For Slain Olympians" (1972); "Education Telecasting Begun Here" WDCN-TV/NPT (1962); "All Girls Need A Year In Business Before Marriage" (1936); Civil War articles from Sept. 1862; "Striking Photo Stops (Horse) Jumper In Mid-Air" (1946); "Despite Retirement, Accident, Mrs. Mayfield Aids Her Students" Hillsboro High School (1956); "Weber Discusses All-Year School" (1928); "Fun Times at Centennial" by Tom Henderson III; "Hugh Rogan" by Paul Clements; "Parents Plan To Sue Faron Young" (1972); "John Porter" by Larry Brinton; "City Firemen Demonstrate Use of New 2-Way Radio Equipment" (1956); "Tennessee Emergency Medical Courses Begin" (1972); "Police Recruits Welcomed" (1972); "Buchanan's Station Cemetery" by Mike Slate; "Aged Patriots" (1812); "Recommends Black Bottom" Pearl High School (1912); "Hydrophobia" (1846); "Fall Fashion Finery" (1956);; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


August 2012

VOL. 4, No. 2--"Elvis Presley Dies" (1977); "Fleeting Glimpse of 'King' Comes Too Late" (1977); "Blaze Destroys Loew's Theater" (1967); "Lights Still Burn Bright In Memories Of Vendome" (1967); "Nashville Women" (1891); Civil War articles from August 1862; "Will TV Make Us Obese?" (1950); "V.U. Professor Sets Test For 'Gliding Wing'" (1950); "Daughters Shouldn't Let Aged Parents Enslave Them" (1941); "Julia Green Most Overcrowded" (1956); "The War of 1812: Part II Tennessee and the Declaration of War" by Dr. Tom Kanon; "'Military Ardor'" (1812); "Tennessee Patriotism" (1812); "Cruising" by Tom Henderson III; "George William Hicks" by Larry Brinton; "History Lost & Found; The Recollections of Edward Swanson" by Paul Clements; "Youngsters Complete Swimming Instruction At Belle Meade" (1950); "46 Pools in County Kept Safe for Swimmers" (1957); "Bulldozing Tennis Crew" Maryland Farms Racquet and Country Club (1977); "Murder" (1837); "Opryland Wedding" (1972); "Ready To Go On The Back-To-School Tow" photo (1968); "Cumberland Commotion" Ramblin' Raft Race (1977); and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


July 2012

VOL. 4, No. 1--"WAR" (1812); Civil War articles from July 1862; "The Mob Method" (1911); "Vacation for All But the One Who Needs It the Most--Mother" by Dorothy Dix (1937) "Walls Tumble Down" (1965) photo of NC&StL Railway building demolition; "'Even More Horrible Than Marie Price Case'--Loser" (1956); "Patrolmen Fire On Driver In 100 MPH Chase" (1951); "Cheering Their NIL Teams" (1965); "[Harry] Lester Lambasts Form Ledge" (1950); "Army Nurse, Cousin Meet on Return From ETO" (1945) Lt. Dorothy Wooten; "The Irish Voters" (1878); "Summer Camp: Park View Farm Day Camp" by Tom Henderson III; "Library Contestants Treated to Picnic" Hadley Park (1950); "'Heartbreak Hotel' Inspired by Suicide Note, Written in 22 Minutes" (1956); "Milton Alred" by Larry Brinton; "Prehistory: Life and Death in the Cumberland River Region" by Paul Clements; "Hermitage Landing Beach Opens on Priest Lake" (1971); "Rich-Schwartz: The World's First 'Ready-To-Wear" Women's Store" by Jean Roseman; "Loss Of Life By Steamboat Accidents" (1838); "The Triumph and Tragedy of Tom Rogers" by Bill Traughber; and"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.




June 2012

VOL. 3, No. 12--"Madison Blast Injures 4" exploding water heater (1963); "Communication" about Indians sold into slavery (1814); Civil War articles from June 1862; "White Men and Negro Women Nabbed by Police Officers" (1907); "$2,000 Reward In Knife Slaying" (1973); "Fan Fair Followers Spent $1 Million" (1975); "Yorks Center of Attraction" Alvin C. York (1919); "Mother Who Dominated Son Says She Ruined His Life" (1937): "Coronation Chills Children" Veterans of Foreign Wars Better Baby Pageant (1950); "The War of 1812, 200th Anniversary, Part I, Why Tennesseans Should Remember the 'Forgotten Conflict'" by Dr. Tom Kanon; "The Green Door Theater" by Tom Henderson III; "KKK Titan 'Disappointed' With 'Only 150' At Rally" (1957); "McCartneys Draw Squeals At Opryland" (1974); "Mollie's Murder" about Mollie Rothberg by Larry Brinton; "Nashville's First Auto Race, 1904" by Bill Traughber; "Speed Merchant" photo Darrell Waltrip (1975); "Gant Surge Captures 200-Lap Spirit of 76" (1975); "William Hall, Part II" by Paul Clements; "Warner Park Drive-In" by John Zuccarello, Jr.; "Old Hickory Boy Wins National Marble Crown" (1947); "Sevier Park Presented To City" (1948); "This Is Nashville" about Pirtle station wagon/bus (1950); "Baths" and "'Shade Trees'" (1825); ;"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


May 2012

VOL. 3, No. 11--; "Shocking Murder!" (1818); "Meigs School Marks May Day" photo (1959); "Thousand Enjoy Opryland Preview" (1972); "'Nashvillian' Buys 1st Opryland Ticket" (1972); Civil War articles from May 1862, including "Fight at Lebanon"; "Passenger On Ill-Fated Boat" Wreck of the City of Saltillo steamer (1910); "Hard To Boss Modern Wife But Easy To Manager Her" (1931); "Phantom Thief Spirits Away Morbid Display" (1959); "Thousands At Hatton Statue" Confederate monument unveiling (1912); "Startling Gloria Gets Tan" Paramount Theater (1955); "William Hall" by Paul Clements; "Baseball in My Youth" by Tom Henderson III; "James Thomas Jefferson" by Larry Brinton; "Edgefield" (1876); "Black Bottom" by George Zepp; Plate 3 of 1908 map of Nashville; "'Junior Eagles' Have Big Role in East 'Y'" (1950); "Tornado Alert Observed at Baptist" (1959);"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


April 2012

VOL. 3, No. 10--"Flyers Celebrate After Fantastic 11-Game Sweep To EHL Title" (1966); "Attempted Suided" (1857): "Human Spider Gives Thrilling Exhibitiobn" (1918); Civil War articles from April 1862; "Flying Saucers Buzz City" (1957); "'Plain Speaking'" Is The One Unforgivable Social Sin" (1948); "Police Get Auto Data TV Set" (1970); "Six Leaf Clover" (1957); "The Wash-Tub Excitement" (1860); "’Tis The Season For A Friendly Bunny" (1973); "Two Young Ladies Hurt In Runaway" (1905); "Radio Daze" by Tom Henderson III; "Bones In Inglewood Hint Of Murder--About 1770" (1970); "Five Little Mules" Columbia Mule Day (1941); "Old Hickory's Stock Racing Begins Friday" (1959); "John David Terry" by Larry Brinton; "Top Hats (At Least Two) Dazzle Eyes in Nashville's Easter Parade" (1936); "A Suspicious Character" Jesse James gang (1881); "Child Beating" (1881); Tennessean annual baby photo contest (1939); "Hook and Ladder Company" (1857); "'Satan' Coming To Nashville" (1905); "Girl Tells Doctors Algae Future Food" (1960); "Timothy Deomonbreun & His Cave" by Paul Clements; "Police Court" (1857); Capitol Lamp Post Statues (1864, c1926, 1959); "Lyndon Johnson at Sulphur Dell" by Bill Traughber;"Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


March 2012

VOL. 3, No. 9--"Bandit Kills Policeman Sanders" Blue Sedan Gang (1934); "Dreadful Fire!!!" (1814) "Nashville's Greatest War Hero Back From Overseas" Capt. Edward Buford Jr. (1919); "With the Sun Behind Him" by Terry Baker; "Hitler Hiding for Fall When He Dictates Dress" (1934); "Visits Elvis" (1960); "Record-Breaking" snow season (1960); "West End Methodist Church Completed" (1940); "Nashville Man Quizzed, Freed Over Booklets" (1941); "The Golden Age of Kid's TV" by Tom Henderson III; "The Lived In Inglewood" by Todd Camp Jr.; "Psychopathic Pooch Has Taking Ways" (1960); "A Fearful Jump" railroad repairman accident (1889); Civil War articles from March 1862; "North Town Big Star Supermarket Is Pacesetter For Negro Businessess" (1969); "Setting The Pace; Gary & Caruthers Open New Grocery Store on Cedar Street" (1907); "Ridgetop" by Larry Brinton; "Ridgetop Gambling Equipment Destroyed; Operator Sought" (1950); "For Nashville, A Year Of Decision" about Vols baseball by Fred Russell (1955); "Rock Island; The Civil War Drama of John Brown Rodgers" by Paul Clements; 1908 Map of West End and Broadway; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach; And More.


February 2012

VOL. 3, No. 8--"Fort Donelson Falls-City In Panic" (1862); "Alligator Found In Brown's Creek" (1916); "Women Get More Benefits Than Men From Marriage" (1938); "Small Girl Falls In Pot of Beans, Fatally Burned" (1936); "Smogbound Downtown" (1958); "Ike Urges Immigration Quota Hike" (1956); "Satan's Burial In Auditorium Draws Throng" (1979); "Red Cross Motor Corps" (1941); "All Ducky At Park As Iceman Cometh" (1958); "Lush Lovelies Seek Crown" (1957); "Learning to Dance; Hank Fort and Fortnightly Set the Tone" by Tom Henderson; "'Raised In The Family'; Frank Parrish" by Paul Clements; "Singing As Americans Vital: Ross" Negro History Week (1969); "That Word Mendicant" (1940); "Grave Crimes: Robert Wilks" by Larry Brinton; "Gun Collecting Fever Wings Robert Roddy And Rest Of U.S." (1956); "The New Madrid Earthquakes: Part II" by George Zepp; "Earthquakes Continue" (1812); "New Stewardess Fashions Go Colonial American" (1969); "Belmont Theater" by Stanley E. Hime; "Overton, Litton, Hillsboro Fight For 2-3-4 Spots" Girls basketball (1969;; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach; And More.


January 2012

VOL. 3, No. 7--"Cut Spending; Not Hike Taxes: Fulton" (1966); "Nashville Market House" (1829); Civil War articles from January 1862, including the death of Gen. Zollicoffer; "Cave-Trapped Boy Freed Amid Cheers" (1966); "Amelia Earhart Comes Ahead of Time for Lecture" (1936); "Hindsight And Foresight Usher In Decade" Hudgins twins (1970); "Black Bottom Again" (1887); "No Virtue In Keeping Family Parasites In Your Home" by Dorothy Dix (1936); "Nashville Ambulance Drivers Tell of Sudden Death" (1936); "Donelson Eskimos" (1968); "Man Gives Recipe For Long Life" Phil Bennett (1980); "Mose Walton, of Hartsville, Wins Crow Killing Contest" (1936); "Fires, Fire-Companies, &c." (1826); "Going to the Hop" by Tom Henderson; "William Blount" by Paul Clements; "A&I Boasts Winning [Basketball] Squad" (1950); "Girls, Read This" (1848); "You Think You've Got Troubles?" (1966); "Beat To Wrestle Here Thursday" (1950); "Odds & Ends" by Larry Brinton; "The 200th Anniversary of The New Madrid Earthquakes: Part I" by George Zepp; "Earthquake Christians" by Tom Kanon; "Firecrackers On Dry Grass" by Mike Hudgins; "Nashville's 1909 Indoor Baseball League" by Bill Traughber; "From Rival Churches" (1893); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach; And More.


December 2011

VOL. 3, No. 6--"Dives In River With Baby; Rescued" (1956); The New Madrid Earthquake (1811); Reminiscences about Andrew Jackson (1889); "Little Folks Write Letters To Patron Saint" (1910); "A Woman Has Same Right To Paying Job As A Man Does" (1933); Civil War articles from December 1861; "Pearl Harbor Survivors Given Proclamation" (1967); "Lights Go On" photo of Fred Harvey at Parthenon Nativity scene (1959); "Street Car Manners" (1911); "The Weather" (1830); "Yule Shoppers Crowd City" (1957); "December 1970; 13 Christmas Puppies" by Tom Henderson; "A Perfect Christmas Day's End" (1969); "Housewife Plucks Diamond From Garbage Heap" (1973); "Nashvillian Johnny Wills Enters Car in '500' Race" (1957); "NFL Making Fan Inroads Into College Football, But Not Serious Threat Yet" (1957); "The Part of The Onlooker; Mary Northern" by Larry Brinton; "Love Gives Itself: Jack Knox III And His Heroic Christmas Eve Rescue" by Mike Hudgins; "Food For Needy Families" (1977); "Edmund Jennings: Frontiersman, Indian Fighter" by Paul Clements; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954); 1908 Map of Nashville, Plate 1; Ad for P. Negrin "superb assortment of goods" (1829).; And More.


November 2011

VOL. 3, No. 5-- ";"Dynamite Shakes [Percy Priest] Dam" (1978); "Foot-Ball" (1885); Civil War articles from November 1861; "Pearl High vs. Burrell" (1907); "No Modern Woman Willing To Be Slave to Marriage" (1937); "Slavery in Tennessee" (1834); "A Cherry Street Episode" (1885); "Hijacker Profile, Metal Detector Determine Searches At Airport" (1972); "Performs Annual Headstand" Lud (Doc) Gordon (1955); "Tradition Feats Table Welds Ties" Thanksgiving and Viet Nam war (1967); "All Aboard for Night Train" by Tom Henderson; "James Fahey, Sr. 'Sheperds' Iron Horse At Centennial Park" (1955); "Police Hunting Owners of 50 Recovered Bikes" (1959); "Country Music Festivial Gala Close Tonight" Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Roy Acuff, Librace (1963); "Outdoors With John Steen" (1955); "Rock, Roll Bumps Start Sock Hop" (1959); "Who Will Weep For Me?" Ada Whittenmyer by Larry Brinton; "The Assualt on Buchanan's Station: Part II" by Paul Clements; "The Honorable James K. Polk; Supposed Incendiary Taken; Phrenology; and the Weather" (1834); "The Merchant Prince of Nashville" Samuel D. Morgan by George Zepp; "Vandy's 1899 Football Game Controversy" by Bill Traughber; "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Rawlings Hach (1954); And More.


October 2011

VOL. 3, No. 4-- "; "The Hotel Tulane Bows To Jet Age" (1956); "Man Survives 90-Foot Fall Off Victory Memorial Bridge" (1966); "Nashville Circus" (1814); Civil War articles from October 1861; "Outlook Bright In Nashville" -- Negro businesses (1911); "Women Clad In Shorts Hard On The Eyes" by Dorothy Dix (1936); "Public Aid Asked In Police Drive Against Beggars" (1936); "15,000 First And Second Graders To Get Polio Shots" (1955); "Murder" -- the death of Isaac H. Davis (1847); "Caution" -- the robbery of Elisha Gower (1810); "The Monsters & Dr. Lucifur" by Tom Henderson III; "For The Birds: The Tenn. Ornithological Society" by George Zepp; "Thomas 'Sonny Boy' Sircy" by Larry Brinton; "Little Audie: A Story of Polio In The Projects" by Jerry Perella; "The Assault on Buchanan's Station: Part I" by Paul Clements; "Nashvillians Take Celestial 'Tour' To Farthest Planet" (1955); "Labor Pneumonia Cause Of Death Of Polio Victim" (1965); "High Atop Nine Mile Hill" by John W. Zuccarello, Jr.; "200 Civilians, Police To Haunt Deviish Spoilers Of Halloween" (1978); "Fire-Works" (1849); "An Unlikely Accident" at Tennessee Historical Society Museum (1861); "Permanent Board of Health" (1861); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Philla Hach (1954).; And More.


September 2011

VOL. 3, No. 3-- "Nixons Win Hearts Of Nashvillians" (1952); Rules and Regulations of the City of Nashville (1802); Civil War articles from September 1861; "Don't Marry A Woman Because She's Wealthy" (1940); "8 Hurt In Toy Train Wreck At Fair Park" (1956); "Fisk Jubilee Singers Ready For Third European Tour" (1956); "Desperate Fight In Maxwell Lobby" (1910); "Difference of Opinion" about Moon (1846); "An Unnatural Occurrence and A Fatal Tragedy" in Franklin (1846); "Columbia Improving Rapidly" (1846); "Notice" of the death of a young man (1814); "Willow Plunge" by Tom Henderson; "The Conquest of the Old Southwest" book review by Mike Slate; "The Chickasaw Attack on Renfroe's Station" by Paul Clements; "Cash For Clemency" by Larry Brinton; "East Nashville's Riverside Drive" by Debie Cox; "New Depot At West Nashville" Tennessee Central Railroad (1903); "Submarine Chaser launched" (1942); "Ernest Pickup's Woodcuts" (1945); "Watch Those Blue Raiders!" by Fred Russell (1936); and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach (1954); And More.


August 2011

VOL. 3, No. 2-- "Shower of Flesh and Blood" (1841); "Policemen and Civilians" (1907); Civil Articles from August 1861; "Just Because You're Old Doesn't Mean You're Wise" (1941); "Debt Limit Action Postponed" (1953); "Officers End Riot At Hospital's Criminally Insane Division" (1955); "Craig's 'Near You' Tops Hit Parade" (1947); "Campus Fashions" photo (1966); "Our Streets and Pavements" (1853); "Humbug" Letter from doctor (1853); "The Public Schools" James L. Meigs (1861); "Trips, Signs & Automobiles" by Tom Henderson III; "Blonde, Bruent Win Trophies" Misses Nashville and Davidson Co. (1953); "Teen Outburst Ended By Police" The Sweet Shop (1957); "Boa Constrictor Wrapped Up In Job At Children's Museum" (1957); "Before Marcia Trimble: Wanda June Anderson and Reba Kay Green" by Larry Brinton; "Piomingo: Chickasaw Chief" by Paul Clements; "Colored Fireman Retired From Force" (1931); "East Nashville Landmark, Historic Log House, Burns" (1928); "William R. Cornelius: Civil War Undertaker" by Debie Cox; "Couple TO Tie Knot On Opry House STate" (1973); "Horrible Affair"in Franklin (1857); "Throng Of 500 Greets Judy [Eller] At Berry Field Homecoming" (1957); "Banner Finds Girl Bitten By Rabid Skunk" (1953): andand "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach (1954); And More.


July 2011

VOL. 3, No. 1--"31 Guardsman Die In Crash" (1950); "Periodical Appearance of the Locusts" (1868) cicadas; Civil War articles from June 1861; "Takes at Least A Miracle to Cure Nagging Woman" (1937); "Gasoline Price War Geyser; 16.9 Cents ..." (1955); "Local Kidnaping Suspect Caught" (1963); "Job Seeker Leaps From Bridge" (1937); "Opry-ation Vote Getting!" (1966) Bill Anderson; "Wife Hath Eloped" (1801); "Affray" and other stories (1855); "A Lost Boy" (1857); "'Volunteer State' Named In 1812" (1955); "Combo Crazy, Part II" by Tom Henderson III; "Mistaken Identity" by Larry Brinton; "One Nashville Neighborhood" Green Hills History by Paul Clements; "Coney Island Park" by George Zepp; "Negro Preached Social Equality" (1903); "VA Hospital, VU Seeking Shortness Of Breath Cause" (1959); "Welcome Mat Out For Journey II" (1976); "Tenn. Valley Lakes Would Be Ideal Site For Crew Races" (1950) by Fred Russell; "Blackberry and Wine Cordial" (1855); and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" (1954) by Phila Hach.; And More.




June 2011

VOL. 2, No. 12--"Mother, 2 Daughters Hurt In Bomb Blast" (1960); Nashvillle's first bridge over the Cumberland (1823); "Robbery Of The Express Mail" (1838); "Young People Running Amuck" (1912); "Mistake To Marry Only For Looks" (1937); Andrew Jackson Hotel's "One Last Moment Of Honor" (1971); Civil War articles from June 1861; "Wail Form A Community Of Poor White People" (1911); Six-Toed Kitten (1957); "First In U.S. WIth Hospital Fire Prevention Plan" St. Thomas (1955); "Combo Crazy" by Tom Henderson III; "Remnant of Gray Line Off for Reunion" Confederate veterans (1937); "Sulphur Dell Speedways" by Bill Traughber; "Jewelry Box Bomb" by Larry Brinton; "There's Shock And Sorrow In Church Defacement" Downtown Presbyterian Church (1955); "Mellow Days Of Filmdom's Past Recalled" by Red O'Donnell (1965); "The Strategy in the Jackson-Dickinson Duel" by Paul Clements; "Old Elks Club Stirs Nostalgia" (1971); "The Water's Not So Fine" Red Cross swimming instruction (1955); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach; And More.


May 2011

VOL. 2, No. 11--"The Jackson-Dickinson Duel Revisited: Part I" by Paul Clements; Civil War articles from May 1861; "His Life For A Horse; The Fate A Tramp Met At Franklin" (1876); "Two Drunken White Rowdies" (1907); "Men Shouldn't Wear Fancy Lace Things" (1932); "Al Capone in Nashville on Way to Prison" (1932); "Parthenon Now Open To Public" (1931); "'Davy Crockett' Mobbed in Nashville" (1955); "Stripper Stripped: G-String Stolen, Ora Unstrung" (1956); "Ice Cream Festival At Fair Park" (1956); "Negro Patrolmen Assigned" (1948); "East High Alumni Recall 'Good Times'" (1978); "Edgefield Historic Zone Posses 2nd Reading" (1978); "J. Percy Priest and His Amazing Race" book review by Mike Slate; "When Davy Crockett Came Back To Nashville" by Stanley E. Hime; "'The G.I.'s Champion': The Life of Wilson 'Bud' Lynch" by Tom Henderson III; "Snow Falling Here Wednesday Breaks Record" (1931); "'Diamond Betsy'" by Larry Brinton; "Colonial Dinner Club" by John W. Zuccarello, Jr.; "Night Baseball Makes Bow In Sulphur Dell" by Bill Traughber; and "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach.; And More.


April 2011

VOL. 2, No. 10--"Babe Ruth Hits No Homers But Wins Nashville's Boys" (1924); "Legislators Come To Blows" (1905); "Police Called To Quell Rock'n Rollers In Dell" (1959); "Best Part Of Every Woman's Life is Gone When She Is 38" (1941); "Sabbath Breaking" (1804); Civil War articles from April 1861: "Minor Clashes Reported as Maneuvers Open" (1943); "Wind Damage Over City Widespread" Vine Street Temple (1955); "Figure-atively Working" Country Music wax figures (1970); "Twins Deposited" (1838); "5,000 Colored Children and Adults Take Part In Banner Easter Egg Hunt" (1950);"Egg Art" (1973); "Asks Banner To Find Him Good Wife" (1924); "Leap Year" (1804); "The Great San Francisco Quake" by George Zepp; "Coin-Flip Execution" by Larry Brinton; "What's The Matter With The Boat Club?" (1919); "The Early History of Baseball in Nashville" by Paul Clements; "Man's Best Friend" by Tom Henderson III; "30-Story, $12,000,000 Co-Ed Dormitory To Be Built At South End Of Dudley Field" (1966); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Rawlings Hach.; And More.


March 2011

VOL. 2, No. 9--"'We Made It, Doc, 42 To 40'"; West High basketball wins state championship (1954); "'All The Way For Doc!'" by Paul Clements; "Our Egyptian Mummy" by Tom Kanon; "Skate, Wrestle, & Rock; Remembering The Hippodrome" by Tom Henderson; "'Sing-Out South' Premiere Ignites Audience Approval" (1966); "Fun On Wheels" Roller Skating In East Nashville (1885); Civil War Articles (1861); "'Do Nothing' Constables" by Larry Brinton; "First Lady Stops Here To Tell Husband 'All's Well" On Trip" Eleanor Roosevelt (1938); "Moderate Tremor Rolls Across State" (1976); "State's jobless rate sets records of 12.3% (1982); "New look" at Fairgrounds Speedway (1966); "Former Route Boy Brings Old Extra To Banner Office" (1939); "Blouse Is Found; Dead Woman's?" Drowning victim still unidentified (1976); "VU's 'Babies Under Glass' Wage Easy War On Germs" (1964); "West's Extra Urge" by Fred Russell (1954); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach (1954); And More.


February 2011

VOL. 2, No. 8--"TV Transmission Tower Collapses; 4 Killed" (1957); "Earthquake" (1861); "Roger Williams University" by George Zepp; "Blacks of the Frontier" by Paul Clements; "Saturday at the Y" by Tom Henderson; "The Rabbit" by Larry Brinton; "'Gratitude Train' Accepted By Grateful Tennesseans" (1949); "Wives of 2 City Officials Die In Truck, Train Crash" (1942); "St. Valentine's Day" (1861); "How To Put On Weight, If Desired" (1957); "An Abuse" about kids growing up to quickly in this "fast age" (1857); Civil War Articles (1861); "Party-Goers Enjoy Afternoon At Hippodrome" (1956); "Negro New Reporter Joins Banner" about Robert Churchwell (1950); "Sugar And Spice...Murder And Vice" (1976); Dupont Girls NIL Champions (1956); "An Open Letter" about out-of-shape umpires, by Fred Russell (1936); "City's First All-Pro Basketball Game" (1936); Tennessee State Bowling Tournament (1973); "Kitchen Kollege Recipes" by Phila Hach (1954); And More.


January 2011

VOL. 2, No. 7-- "The Frozen Cumberland" (1893); "2 Sought In Officer Slaying; Prime Suspects Believed Black Power Advocates" (1968); "Flat Rock Votes To Change Name to 'Woodbine'" (1939); "Coonskin Cap On Capitol For 'Favorite Son' Kefauver" (1952); Civil War Sesquicentennial (1861): "Coercion," "Prices of Negroes," "The Attack on teh Sart of the West," "Southern Rights," "The Banner and Lincoln, Negro Equality and the Cincinnati Gazette"; "The Devil" (1845); "Kisses Are Valuable in Proportion To Their Rarity" (1939); Presbyterian Church fire (1832); "Fathers-To-Be Get Baby Care Training" (1955); "The Tennessee River" by Paul Clements; "Officers Down" by Larry Brinton; "The Soldier and The Coed" by Tom Henderson; "Franklin High School Gutted By Fire" (1956); Television Schedule (1955); "Edgehill Homes X-Ray Project Pays Off" (1955); "Heartfelt Memories of the High Church" by Robert Rogers Chaffin; East vs. Father Ryan basketball (1956); "A Cinch For Extra Thrills" by Fred Russell (1952); And More.


December 2010

VOL. 2, No. 6-- “Appeals To Old Kriss From Little Folks" (1908); "Teen Rescued From Higgenbotham Cave" (1950); National Negro Doll Company: an editorial exchange (1908); Civil War Sesquicentennial: "To His Excellency, [Gov.] I.G. Harris" (1860); "Accident To The Mail Stage" (1823); "The French and Indian War...In Middle Tennessee?" by Paul Clements; "Uncharitable Behavior" by Larry Brinton; "The Strange Case of Colonel William Shy" by Terry Baker; "Cain-Sloan Co." by George Zepp; "Christmas Mirror" by Tom Henderson, about the Plantation Club and downtown shopping; "Judge a Man's Traits by Way He Drives Car" (1936); "Youngster's Heart Helps Ole Santa" (1957); Litton Lionesses (1964); "Christmas Party Is Event For Stokes School Set" (1955); "Another Christmas 'Miracle'" (1963), Fish University doll refurbishing; Santa's Party at Paramount Theater (1955); "Differences in Customs of the North and South" (1908); "Narcotic Arrests May Reach 1,000" (1934); Downtown Christmas Parade (1955); Dolly and Stella Parton (1973); And more.


November 2010

VOL. 2, No. 5-- “Vanderbilt Bests Tennessee, 13-7” (1937); “Police Push For Killers Of Stringbean, Wife” (1973); “The Stringbean Murders” by Larry Brinton; “James Robertson: Nashville’s Undersung Hero” by Paul Clements; “The Wagon Wheel” by John Zucarello, Jr., about a 1930s Belle Meade nightclub; “Bus Rides & B-Movies” by Tom Henderson; “Relocation of Metro Archives Will Curtail Its History-Gathering Mission” by Paul Clements; “Modern Diet Maniacs Are Causing Many Divorces” by Dorothy Dix (1936); Railroad bridge accident (1861); Military Police Cases (1864); “Day of Thanksgiving” (1820); “Aeronaut Asphyxiated Beyond The Clouds” (1927) about a fatal altitude record attempt in a balloon that ended up in Sparta; “Franklin Elementary School & Coach L.I. Mills” by Mike Hudgins; Donelson vs. Bellevue in Basketball (1959); Richland Community Bus Line Extension (1941); Kiwanis Armistice Day Ceremony in Centennial Park (1941); And more.


October 2010

VOL. 2, No. 4-- Sinister Cave Recalls Tales of Bell Witch (1959); Fun Without Destruction Halloween Warning (1938); Tom Robinson, Jr (Larry Brinton) (plus a 1934 article about Robinson’s kidnapping of Alice Speed Stoll); Our Frontier Heritage & Why It Matters (Paul Clements) (The Battle of the Bluff); An 1810 ad for a runaway slave; The Classification-Separation Center (George Zepp) (about the WWII-era housing complex on Thompson Lane); The City’s History & Its Archives Deserve Better (an opinion column by Paul Clements); A Neighborhood School (Tom Henderson) (Woodmont School, Part II); The Paramount Theater (Stanley H. Hime); Shalom Nashville: A Jewish History (book review by Mike Slate); The History of The Tennessee State Fair (Deborah Oeser Cox); Pearl High Tigers football team photo (1959); Father Should Advise Bride On How To Please Husband (1939, Dorothy Dix); Beverly Green obituary (1962); Green Hills Enlargement Protested (1956); Tom Tichenor and Poindexter photo (1954); American Legion Auxiliary Gives Annual Harvest Ball (1937) Starving A Snake Out Of A Man’s Stomach (1858); and more.


September 2010

VOL. 2, No. 3 -- The 100th anniversary of the Hermitage Hotel; JFK's visit (1960); Police Blotter (Larry Brinton); Freeland's Station (Paul Clements); A Neighborhood School, Part I (Tom Henderson); The Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway (Terry Coats); Hillbilly Day in Madison (1956); Tremendous Fire! (1848); Princess Grace performs at TPAC opening (1980); The death of a fireman (1903); Nashville Globe editorials about black schools and Glendale Park (1907); The obituary of former slave Marshall Thompson (1938); Broom Vendor's Death Cleared (1929); Bob's Bike Shop; MBA routs Goolettsville in football (1956); and more.


August 2010

VOL. 2, No. 2 -- Women's suffrage ratification (1920); WSM Carnival TV (1950); Classic Cat II bomb (1979); Ted Rhodes golf Tournament (1968); New and Destructive Gun (1842); Perry March (by Larry Brinton); St. Cecilia Academy (by George Zepp); Riding Bikes (by Tom Henderson); Velocipedes (by Paul Clements); Fred Russell on UT and Vanderbilt football (1950), recipes from Phila Hach; and more.


July 2010

VOL. 2, No. 1 -- Dutchman's Curve train accident (1918); "Still The Deadliest Train Wreck In American History" (by Betsy Thorpe); Fourth of July At Greenwood Park (1907); "Gray Veterans' Ranks Thinned To 31 in State" (1941); photo of Confederate Soldiers Home; "City's Bathing Pools Closed" (1961); "Central High Alumni Decry Its Demise" (1971); "Child Beggars To Be Checked" (1938); "Boys Require Fight Tactics For Protection" (1950); Union Strike at Se-Ling Hosiery Mill (1941); The Last Will & Testament of Jonathan Jennings (by Paul Clements); Tales From Printers Alley (by George Zepp); The case of Katie Browder Stricklin (by Larry Brinton); Hijinks at the Green Hills Theater (by Tom Henderson); and more.




June 2010

VOL. 1, No. 12 -- Special coverage of floods in Nashville’s past, from 1793 to 1975 (old articles and an essay by Paul Clements); Morris Frank and the first Seeing Eye dog (1928); Child labor in Nashville (by George Zepp); a trip to Berry Field (by Tom Henderson); the 1977 Maury County Jail fire (by Larry Brinton); “Some Summer Hints” (1889); the city’s first “Gay Pride” demonstration (1977); “Theater Owner Warns of Danger in Pay-To-See-TV” (1955); the Omohundro Water Filter Building (by Bob Allen); Candyland damaged by fire (1957); a 1957 Father’s Day photograph of Vols baseball players and their children; review of Bill Traughber's "Nashville Sports History" (by Mike Slate); and more.

May 2010

VOL. 1, No. 11 -- "Vanderbilt Boys Stage Tumultuous Scanty Raids" (1952); "A Murder Of The Olden Times" in Franklin (1879); "Two Long Trips Awheel" (bicycling in 1889); "Glendale Elementary's 'May Day' Set (1965); "Potters' Field Claims Another Mary Doe" (1976); Nashville inventor Beverly Gooch "records" picture and sound on plastic tape (1957); "Jarrin John Wins 11th Iroqois" (1952); A Packard Man (by Mark Lambert); Clover Bottom Developmental Center (by George Zepp); The Happiness Club at Belle Meade Theater (by Tom Henderson); Centennial Park Land (by Paul Clements); State Executions (by Larry Brinton); "Meigs Gets Banner Trouphy" (1957); "Council of Jewish Women Elects New Officers" (1957); the closing of the Woodmont golf course; and more.

April 2010

VOL. 1, No. 10 -- Electric Street Cars Debut (1889); Jesse James in Nashville (1882); "Advice to Girls" (1919); L&C Tower Opens (1957); "Uranium Discovered at Sulphur Dell" (1955); Samurai Sword Death (by Larry Brinton); The Upper Room (by George Zepp); Drive-Ins (by Tom Henderson); The Location of "Fort Nashborough" (by Paul Clements); Colemere Easter Egg Hunt (1956); the Old Hickory "Swinging Bridge" (1919); the Barrow Hill Ghost (1884); picnic at Ward's Seminary (1881); Howard High School bell (1956); Mule Day on the Lebanon Public Square (1919); and more.

March 2010

VOL. 1, No. 9 -- The 1963 plane crash that killed Patsy Cline and three other Opry stars; “The Hasheesh Eaters,” an 1888 article about opium use in the city; an 1802 article the repeal of “all internal taxes”; 1848 reviews of the model for the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue at the Capitol; “Our Colored Soldiers,” an 1866 editorial about the mistreatment of black Civil Soldiers; last telegraph wires and poles removed (1912); Reminiscence of Demoss Mill in Bellevue (1885); the location of Fort Union (by Paul Clements); St. Thomas Hospital (1957); "Central High School Presents Musical Program" (1941); The Night Asa Brown was Killed (by Andrew J. Farrall); Comic Strip Party at Belle Meade Country Club (1957); Du Pont Elementary and Old Hickory Fire Dept. (1957); Capt. Campbell retires from fire dept. (1956); "Baseball World Mourns Passing of Fay Murray (1941); Charater Witnesses, including Ira North and Arnold Palmer (by Larry Brinton); Kite flying (by Tom Henderson); Gower's General Store (by Herschel Gower); Tennessee State Library and Archives in the Capitol (1940); and more.

February 2010

VOL. 1, No. 8 -- The Blizzard of '51; the 1960 sit-in demonstrations at downtown lunch counters; Ray Patton relates his experience as a participant; Larry Brinton tells why the Nashville Banner's coverage was scant (and recalls the three Civil Rights-era bombings); the abandonement of Tarbox school in 1960; the 1851 execution of two slaves; a report on Nashville's 1935 crime rate (which was highest in the nation); the 1956 desegragation of city golf courses; a circa 1855 Valentine love letter; The Little Sisters of the Poor, Home for the Aged (by George Zepp); the 1936 razing of Everbright mansion in Franklin; Johnny and Vivian Cash (1957); Carter-Lawrence and Negro History Week (1957); Pioneer medical care (by Paul Clements); a 1957 Fred Russell column; "Kitchen Kollege" recipes; and more.

January 2010

VOL. 1, No. 7 --The 1957 tornado that struck Belle Meade, Green Hills, Woodbine and Donelson; the “perfect wife” of 1950; the death of Judge Haywood, father of Tennessee history (1827); the death of Hank Williams, “the king of the hillbillies” (1953); Home coal furnaces (by Tom Henderson); Claude Smith, 83-year-old stone mason (1956); a woman “working the beggar racket” in 1889; John Montgomery’s "Nashville Nap" in 1771" (by Mike Slate); Nashville’s first hockey team, the Dixie Flyers (by Bill Traugher); the lost community of Mud Tavern (by Richard R. Neil); Daniel Boone at French Lick (by Paul Clements); Lipscomb vs. Tenn. Tech (1956); the Hermitage Hotel in the late ’60s; and more.

December 2009

VOL. 1, No. 6 -- The Nativity Scene at the Parthenon (1950s); U.T. Football Blacklisted (1896); Maxwell House Hotel Burns (1961);"Red Grange and Nashville's Frist Pro Football Game (by Bill Traughber); City Symphony Orchestra Debuts (1946); Christmas in Nashville in the 1820s; Spice Round recipe; Courthouse Stories (by Larry Brinton); Fort Negley and St. Cloud Hill (by Terry Baker); Christmas at Stokes and Napier schools in the '50s; Nashville's first Christmas (by Paul Clements); and more.

November 2009

VOL. 1, No. 5 --The 40th anniversary of the Kathy Jones murder; the 1912 city reservoir break that flooded 8th Ave. South; Z. Alexander Looby criticizes segregated education in 1950; a brief history of “Ham” and other historical labels for blacks by TSU professor Dr. Bobby Lovett; Nashville Characters (by Larry Brinton) -- including “Little Evil” Jacobs, “Big Tussie” Jackson, or “The Foot Stomper”; the lost tradition of burning leaves (by Tom Henderson); the Tennessee Central Railroad (by George Zepp); Daniel Boone, a founding father? (by Mike Slate); Armistice Day 1950; "Teen Etiquette" (1950); A review of George Zepp's "Hidden History of Nashville" (by Mike Slate); Portraits of James Robertson (by Paul Clements); Roy Orbison finishes world tour (1972); the entire Nashville Banner front page from Nov. 22, 1963, with the headline: “President Kennedy Murdered In Texas”; and more.

October 2009

VOL. 1, No. 4 -- The rare 1833 J. P. Ayres map of Nashville in the centerfold, including engravings of buildings and an essay by James A. Hoobler; the 1847 downtown explosion of a gun powder magazine that damaged the whole city; Belmont Mansion described in 1863 by a 'Yankee scribbler'; Dudley Field's opening day in 1922 (by Bill Traughber), a prison mystery (by Larry Brinton); sculptor William Edmondson (1937); Francis Craig plays WSM opening night in 1925; the Onion Bowl in Belle Meade (by Tom Henderson); Halloween photos from 1968 and 1951; The Blind Builder of Nashville, E.C. Scruggss (1926); Lost Nashville, the Second Presbyterian Church (by Kathy Lauder); Architect Henry C. Hibbs (by Tracey Howerton); Nashborough, French Lick Station, and Bluff Station (by Paul Clements); and more.

September 2009

VOL. 1, No. 3 -- State Fairgrounds fire (1965); Nashville's first telephone call (1877); Edgefield named (1849); "State To Check Length of Bed Sheets" (1940); "Senator Kennedy Visits State Fair" (1960); 106-year-old ex-slave dies (1950); Nashville's Rebirth and 20th Century Modernization (by John Egerton); the 203-year-old grave of Charles Dickinson, who died in a duel with Andrew Jackson, is located; Claude Jarmen, Jr. and Eakin School (1946); Mother Lost at 1954 State Fair (by Tom Henderson); Fred Russell on the fairgrounds fire (1965); The Jackson-Dickinson Duel (by Paul Clements); Why is Nashville located where it is today? (by Mike Slate); and more.

August 2009

VOL. 1, No. 2 -- Child Falls Form 7th Floor Window of Hermitage Hotel (1927); enforcing prohibition laws in 1909 (by George Zepp); the 1852 street gunfight of Felix K. Zollicofer and John L. Marling (by Allen Forkum); "Parents Corner Supt. Bass At Glenn School As Negro, White Pupils Talk" (1957); Nashvillian battled Indians, floods, bears in Black Hills (1879); Nashville's Growth, Slavery and Devastation of War (by John Edgerton); "East High Holds Summer Carnival" (1936); the car vandalism of "Zorro" (1959); "Fighting on Gaudalcanal Described by Local Marine" (1943); Francis Baily's 1797 visit to Nashville (by Mike Slate); The Donelson Journal (by Paul Clements); Mrs. Gossett's Kindergarten (by Tom Henderson); "Cause of 'Gentleman Jim Reeves' Plane Crash Sought" (1964); 1925 aerial view of Capitol and downtown Nashville; and more.

July 2009

VOL. 1, No. 1 -- Premiere Issue; "Time Capsule Placed In Capitol Corner Stone by Freemasons" (1845); "Awe, Disbelief, Joy Mark City's Reaction to Moon Landing" (1969); "'Proud of It': First Colored Drug Store In City Opens" (1866); Report on 1801 Forth of July Celebration on Public Square, attended by James Robertson; The Cumberland Settlements And The Birth of Nashville (by John Edgerton); "July 4th Swimmin' at Cascade Plunge" (1957); "An Eerie Street, An Ancient Creek, An Old Log Home" (by Mike Slate); "Theatrical Adelphi Ended 107-Year Run as Bijou" (by George Zepp); Herbert's Field and Knothole baseball (by Tom Henderson); Fred Russell column (1947); State Capitol Celbrates 150 Years (by James A. Hoobler); Jack Knox cartoon about moon landing (1969); the entire front page of the Nashville Banner on July 21, 1969, featuring the moon landing; and more.