Peabody Hotel
Title:
Peabody Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused


Hotel Peabody
Title:
Hotel Peabody
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1929



Town Park Motor Hotel
Title:
Town Park Motor Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Beautiful New "Pride of Memphis". East end of Mississippi River Bridge. One Hundred Fifty Air Conditioned Rooms; Swimming Pool; Television; Fine Foods; 24 Hour Room Service; Room Phones; Muzak. Only two minutes from downtown Memphis. AAA approved. Also affiliated with Park Plaza Motels in St. Louis; Texarkana; Tulsa; Fort Worth; Amarillo; Raton, New Mexico; Flagstaff, Arizona; and the Belmont Motor Hotel in Dallas.


Town Park Motor Hotel
Title:
Town Park Motor Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Town Park Motor Hotel
Title:
Town Park Motor Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Freight Barges on Mississippi River
Title:
Freight Barges on Mississippi River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Chamber of Commerce Colourpicture



Water View from the Wharf
Title:
Water View from the Wharf
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908


Unloading Cotton at Levee
Title:
Unloading Cotton at Levee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-03



Greetings from Memphis
Title:
Greetings from Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Greetings from Memphis
Title:
Greetings from Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Greetings from Memphis, Tenn. Dixieland
Title:
Greetings from Memphis, Tenn. Dixieland
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Overton Park
Title:
Overton Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



University of Tennessee, School of Medicine
Title:
University of Tennessee, School of Medicine
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


General Forest Monument
Title:
General Forest Monument
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Tennessee Club
Title:
Tennessee Club
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


The Levee from the Bluff
Title:
The Levee from the Bluff
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Greetings from the City of Memphis
Title:
Greetings from the City of Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-23

Description:
Cossit Library; Lily Pond, Overton Park; Country Club; Landing at Riverside Park; Handling Cotton; Forest Monument; Tennessee Trust Building


River View, Memphis, Tenn
Title:
River View, Memphis, Tenn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



U.S. Snag Boat "Wright"
Title:
U.S. Snag Boat "Wright"
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 May-18


Famous Court Square
Title:
Famous Court Square
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1949 May-23



Peabody Hotel
Title:
Peabody Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jun-20


The Embers
Title:
The Embers
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Leahy's Motel
Title:
Leahy's Motel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
3070 Summer Avenue.


Mississippi Levee
Title:
Mississippi Levee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge and Restaurant
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
3280 Elvis Presley Boulevard.


Court Square
Title:
Court Square
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Apr-18



The Alabaster Sphinx
Title:
The Alabaster Sphinx
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Downtown Memphis TraveLodge
Title:
Downtown Memphis TraveLodge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1962

Description:
265 Union Avenue; Phone JA 7-4306; 75 beautiful fireproof, soundproof rooms; center of downtown Memphis; close to stores, theatres, churches and business buildings; on US Highways 51-64-70-72-79; air conditioned, free TV, room phones, heated swimming pool, radio, message light, room music, courtesy coffee; travel credit cards accepted; American Express, Diners, Hilton, Approved



St. Joseph's Hospital
Title:
St. Joseph's Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused


Main Street Looking North from Union
Title:
Main Street Looking North from Union
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-2



Greyhound Bus Terminal
Title:
Greyhound Bus Terminal
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


William Len Hotel
Title:
William Len Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Memphis' newest commercial hotel, located at Monroe and Main Street in the heart of the business district. 250 rooms. 250 baths. Every modern convenience. Finest coffee shop in the South



Entrance to Memphis Zoo
Title:
Entrance to Memphis Zoo
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Brooks Memorial Art Gallery
Title:
Brooks Memorial Art Gallery
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Southwestern College - Boys Dormitory
Title:
Southwestern College - Boys Dormitory
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


General Forest Monument
Title:
General Forest Monument
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Memphis Trust Co. Building
Title:
Memphis Trust Co. Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Peabody Hotel
Title:
Peabody Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Memphis Memorial Stadium
Title:
Memphis Memorial Stadium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Dominating the sports complex at the Fairground in midtown Memphis is a 50,160 seat Memorial Stadium. It is the home of the Liberty Bowl Game and Memphis State University Tigers


Rawleigh's Stock Dip Factory
Title:
Rawleigh's Stock Dip Factory
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1971 Oct-20

Description:
Of the 200,000,000 head of livestock on American farms, more are protected against disease and parasites by Rawleigh's Dip & Disinfectant than by any other similar preparation. These two dip factories, the largest in the work, are used exclusively in manufacturing Rawleigh's Dip & Disinfectant, a preparation 4 1/2 times stronger than carbolic acid and having 50 farm uses. Their combined daily output of Dip is sufficient to make 200,000 gallons of antiseptic solution



Allyn & Company Order Receipt
Title:
Allyn & Company Order Receipt
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM Feb-26

Description:
Dear Customer: Your order for jacket and trousers was shipped to you today by parcel post COD. The amount you pay the postman including postage will be $13.70. Please be looking for it as the package will arrive in the next few days. Thank you


Methodist Hospital
Title:
Methodist Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1924, and owned by the N. Mississippi, N. Arkansas, and Memphis Conferences of the Methodist Church, became a 500 bed hospital with the opening of its $5,800,000 East wing. This modern hospital is located at 1265 Union Ave



Shipment of Logs by River
Title:
Shipment of Logs by River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-29


Moving Cotton on the Levee
Title:
Moving Cotton on the Levee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1915 Jan-16



Cossill Library
Title:
Cossill Library
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-4


A Typical Sawmill
Title:
A Typical Sawmill
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-17



Confederate Park
Title:
Confederate Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Bird's Eye View
Title:
Bird's Eye View
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-19



Bird's Eye View of Madison Avenue
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Madison Avenue
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1945 May-3


A Schwab
Title:
A Schwab
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A department store. Since its founding in 1876, this store has been owned and operated by the Schwab family. It is the oldest, working, old-styled family owned general store in the mid-south and is the permanent home of the A. Schwab Beale St. Museum



A. Schwab Department Store
Title:
A. Schwab Department Store
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A. Schwab, a department store. Since it's founding in 1876, this store has been owned and operated by the Schwab family. It is the oldest, working, old-styled, family owned general store in the Mid-South and is the permanent home of the A. Schwab "Beale St." museum. 163 Beale St. Memphis


Cositt Library and Custom House
Title:
Cositt Library and Custom House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused



Southwestern College at Memphis
Title:
Southwestern College at Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This is a coeducational college located on North Parkway, just north of Overton Park. The classic gothic buildings are situated on a beautiful tree-shaded campus. Kodachrome by Globe Color Illustrators


Sterick Building
Title:
Sterick Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The twenty-nine story Sterick Tower is the newest tallest and largest of Memphis office structures. It is located in the heart of downtown Memphis and provides a most attractive addition to the fast growing skyline of the city



Administration Building, Southwestern University
Title:
Administration Building, Southwestern University
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
"The College of the Mississippi Valley"


Confederate Park, Summer Gardens of East Parkway, Hisotric De Soto Park, Forrest Park
Title:
Confederate Park, Summer Gardens of East Parkway, Hisotric De Soto Park, Forrest Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Baptist Memorial Hospital
Title:
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Hospitals
Title:
Hospitals
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Bellevue Baptist Church
Title:
Bellevue Baptist Church
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Columbian Mutual Tower
Title:
Columbian Mutual Tower
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
The $1,500,000 Columbian Mutual Life Assurance Tower is Memphis' tallest office building. Of white tile, it is one of the striking features of the down town section of the city. The building has 21 stories with 266 offices. The beauty of the exterior is matched by that of the interior



Mark Twain - The Family Cafeteria
Title:
Mark Twain - The Family Cafeteria
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
4320 Summer Avenue. Highways 64, 70 and 79


Mark Twain
Title:
Mark Twain
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The family cafeteria. Featuring Charglo broil steaks. 4320 Summer Ave. 683-7571. Hwys. 64 - 70 - 79



Federal Barge Line Entering Memphis Terminals
Title:
Federal Barge Line Entering Memphis Terminals
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1947 Mar-11


Sheraton Motor Inn
Title:
Sheraton Motor Inn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
889 Union Avenue; telephone (901) 526-8481. Located in the heart of mid-town Memphis; close to Memphis Medical Center; luxury accommodations; dining room, New Orleans Lounge; meeting and banquet facilities for 400; completely air conditioned; family plan; swimming pool; free parking. Dial 800-325-3535 free for worldwide Sheraton reservations



Baptist Memorial Hospital
Title:
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The eight-story building contains 550 beds and is the largest private hospital in the city


Sterick Building at Night
Title:
Sterick Building at Night
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The twenty nine story Sterick Tower is the newest, tallest and largest of Memphis office structures. It is located in the heart of downtown Memphis and provides a most attractive addition to the fast growing skyline of the city



Crescent Lake Tourist Court
Title:
Crescent Lake Tourist Court
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1951 Jul-2

Description:
Recommended by Duncan Hines. Each cottage with colored tile bath; steam heat; Beauty Rest mattresses; Beauty Rest bed springs; individual ceiling and attic fans; radio; telephone; attached garage with overhead locked doors; 20 minutes from Main Street


Hotel Claridge
Title:
Hotel Claridge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
"The South's Smartest Hotel" 400 ROOMS -- 400 BATHS Air-Cooled Coffee Shop and Old English Tavern Cascades Roof Garden and famous Twentieth Century Room. Featuring nationally known orchestras the year 'round. Located in the heart of the downtown district



Confederate Park
Title:
Confederate Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Lobby, Hotel Chisca
Title:
Lobby, Hotel Chisca
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1925 Nov-9



First Assembly of God
Title:
First Assembly of God
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
255 North Highland. A dynamic church with a program of evangelism both at home and abroad, ministering to men and women of all walks of life


Baptist Memorial Hospital and Physicians' and Surgeons' Building
Title:
Baptist Memorial Hospital and Physicians' and Surgeons' Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1935 May-16

Description:
BAPTIST MEMORIAL HOSPITAL The South's Greatest Hospital. The Most Complete Service of any Hospital in the United States. Four Hundred Beds, Splendid Hotel, Doctors' Office Building, Grill, Drug Store, Barber Shop, Beauty Shop. Flower Shop - All Under One Roof and a Garage Adjoining. 1929 Record - 15,094 Patients' Admitted. Charity $228,413,16. No Endowment, Community Chest or Taxation Support



Bellevue Baptist Church
Title:
Bellevue Baptist Church
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen


Shrine Building
Title:
Shrine Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Shrine Building, home of Al Chymia Temple Mystic Shrine, which maintains headquarters in beautifully fitted rooms. The building is a 12-story structure, with sixty-eight offices and seven stores. It cost $794,542



Hotel Chisca
Title:
Hotel Chisca
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen

Description:
400 outside rooms; traditional southern cooking in the air-conditioned Chisca Grill; air conditioned guest rooms; banquet facilities for all occasions; convenient garage connections; free parking grounds


Shearton Motor Inn
Title:
Shearton Motor Inn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
889 Union Avenue. Located in the heart of mid-town. Close to Memphis Medical Center. Luxury accommodations, dining room, New Orleans Lounge, meeting and banquet facilities for 400. Completely air conditioned, family plan, swimming pool, free parking



Memphis Crump Blvd. TraveLodge
Title:
Memphis Crump Blvd. TraveLodge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
180 E Crump Blvd. at Third Street. 85 beautifully furnished rooms, central heating and air conditioned. Room controlled. Heated pool. Dining room connected from our lobby. Located at the Crossroads of the Mid-South


Hotel Claridge
Title:
Hotel Claridge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Memphis' tallest and most modern hotel. Beautifully located in the business district, convenient to shops, theatres, etc. Four hundred modern rooms and four smart restaurants. 100% air conditioned - Complimentary TV in every room-free parking



Holiday Inn Southeast
Title:
Holiday Inn Southeast
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
U. S. 78 - 3728 Lamar Air-Conditioned - Swimming Pool - Restaurant Three MInutes from Municipal Airpotr


Crescent Lake Motel Courts
Title:
Crescent Lake Motel Courts
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1964 Mar-15

Description:
East on Highway 70-64-79 5110 Summer Ave. Memphis, Tenn. Free TV in all rooms Steam Heat and 100% Air-Conditioned. Each Cottage Tile Bath, attached Garages with Overhead Locked Doors. Radio and Telephone. Beautyrest Mattresses and Box Springs. Twenty Minutes from Main Street Restaurant within Two Blocks PHONES: MUTUAL 5-6033 - 5-9170



Holiday Inn Gift Shop, Medical Center
Title:
Holiday Inn Gift Shop, Medical Center
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Madison Ave. at Pauline St. Comfort, service, and convenient location in the heart of the vast Medical Center complex mark this newest addition to Memphis Holiday Inns. Tel: 278-4400 AC: 901


Holiday Inn, Medical Center
Title:
Holiday Inn, Medical Center
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Madison Ave. at Pauline St. Comfort, service, and convenient location in the heart of the vast Medical Center complex mark this newest addition to Memphis Holiday Inns. Tel: 278-4400 AC: 901



Approaching the City
Title:
Approaching the City
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Methodist Hospital
Title:
Methodist Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Saint Jude Hospital
Title:
Saint Jude Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1965 Sep-30

Description:
Saint Jude Hospital, 332 No. Lauderdale, Memphis, Tenn. Danny Thomas, founder. A children's research Hospital, dedicated to the study and care of children with serious diseases Colourpicture Publishers, Inc


A Schwab Storefront, 163 Beale Street
Title:
A Schwab Storefront, 163 Beale Street
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A. Schwab, a department store. Since it's founding in 1876, this store has been owned and operated by the Schwab family. It is the oldest, working, old-styled, family owned general store in the Mid-South and is the permanent home of the A. Schwab "Beale St" museum



Holiday Inn Downtown
Title:
Holiday Inn Downtown
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1967 Feb-3

Description:
24 North Third Street. 8th floor swimming pool; free self parking; next door to Memphis' tallest edifice, the Sterick Building; convenient to downtown Memphis. Tel: 525-8363, AC: 901; TWX: 901-278-1996


Holiday Inn Hotel Courts
Title:
Holiday Inn Hotel Courts
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
4941 Summer Ave. - US 70, 79 & 64 East. Phone: 34-6687; 3 other locations in Memphis: US 61 South - US 51 North - US 51 South. 450 rooms; 450 baths; 100% air-conditioned; steam heat; pleasure eating; bridal suite; free swimming pool for guests only. Your host from coast-to-coast



Holiday Inn Hotel Courts
Title:
Holiday Inn Hotel Courts
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
4941 Summer Ave. - U.S. 70, 79 & 64 East Phone: 34-6687 3 Other Locations in Memphis: U.S. 61 South - U.S. 51 North - U.S. 51 South 450 Rooms - 450 Baths - 100% Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Pleasure Eating - Bridal Suite Free Swimming Pool for Guests Only


Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Hotel William Len Memphis
Title:
Hotel William Len Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Wm. Len Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis' newest hotel. Located at Main and Monroe, in the heart of Business & Theatrical district. 250 Rooms & Suites. All with baths. Air Conditioned Coffee Shop


Chucalissa Museum, Memphis State University
Title:
Chucalissa Museum, Memphis State University
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
1987 Indian Village Drive. The blowgun was widely used for hunting small game. There is no record of poisoned darts being used north of Mexico. This is a modern Choctaw blowgun made from cane



Beale Street - Home of the Blues
Title:
Beale Street - Home of the Blues
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1962 Aug-8

Description:
World renowned as the home of W. C. Handy - Father of American Blues Music Dexter


East High School
Title:
East High School
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This beautiful school, Memphis' newest and largest, has the latest facilities for educating Memphis' youth from kindergarten through the 12th grade Dexter Press Inc



Methodist Hospital
Title:
Methodist Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Bluff City News Co


Southwestern Entrance: The College of the Mississippi Valley
Title:
Southwestern Entrance: The College of the Mississippi Valley
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1950 Oct-23



Poised A-4 Skyhawk Jets of the Combat Ready Naval Air Reserve
Title:
Poised A-4 Skyhawk Jets of the Combat Ready Naval Air Reserve
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the eight commands located aboard the Naval Air Station, Memphis is the headquarters for the Chief of Naval Air Technical Training who directs a vast technical training program with schools and detachments. The Naval Air Station is also host command to the largest inland activity within naval aviation, the Memphis Naval Air Technical Training Center


Memphis Trust Building
Title:
Memphis Trust Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1906 Apr-1



Harbor and Water Front
Title:
Harbor and Water Front
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Tennessee Trust Building
Title:
Tennessee Trust Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Apr-2



Hotel King Cotton
Title:
Hotel King Cotton
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Wilbur Curtis Front street; overlooking Confederate Park and Mississippi River. A distinctive address, all rooms with air conditioning, ice water; radio and television; delightful riverfront restaurant. Telephone JA 6-5883; Teletype ME 281 Koppel Color Cards


Hotel King Cotton
Title:
Hotel King Cotton
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking Confederate Park and Mississippi River. A distinctive address, all rooms with air conditioning, ice water, Radio and Television. Delightful riverfront restaurant. Telephone JA 6-5883. Teletype ME 2881



St.Jude Childrens Research Hospital
Title:
St.Jude Childrens Research Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Founded by Danny Thomas, it is the world's only institute devoted entirely to research and care of catastrophic childhood diseases including leukemia and muscular dystrophy


New Mid-South Coliseum
Title:
New Mid-South Coliseum
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Seating 13,500 in Mid-South Fairgrounds. Has permanent ice rink and features public ice skating. Is home of Memphis Wings, professional hockey club, home court of Memphis State University basketball team, and locale of Mid-South Fair Variety shows. In background is new Memphis Stadium Colourpicture



Confederate and Jefferson Davis Parks
Title:
Confederate and Jefferson Davis Parks
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1959 Jan-8

Description:
Overlook Mud Island between the Wolf and the Mississippi River


The Continental Luxury Apartments
Title:
The Continental Luxury Apartments
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Memphis' finest high rise apartments. Lamar at Central in the "Golden Triangle." Brochure furnished upon request. Resident manager - 1422 Lamar Ave., Memphis, Tenn., Phone BR6-2261



Russells' Restaurant
Title:
Russells' Restaurant
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
220 S. Claybrook First in quality - fairest in prices - fastest in service - free parking - "Serving the finest foods in the land"


Entrance to Southwestern, the College of the Mississippi Valley
Title:
Entrance to Southwestern, the College of the Mississippi Valley
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1934 Nov-6

Description:
This is Memphis' first college of liberal arts. Located on a beautiful wooded campus on North Parkway, opposite Overton Park, the buildings of vari-colored stone are among the finest examples of college architecture in the United States



The Claridge Hotel
Title:
The Claridge Hotel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1924 Jul-5


Confederate Park, Post Office & Mississippi River by Moonlight
Title:
Confederate Park, Post Office & Mississippi River by Moonlight
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1936

Description:
Curt Teich & Co



Memphis Downtown Travelodge
Title:
Memphis Downtown Travelodge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
265 Union Ave. Tel: 527-4306 74 beautiful fireproof, soundproof rooms, center of downtown Memphis. Close to stores, theatres, churches and main business enter, on Highways US 51, 64, 70, 72 79. Air conditioned. Free color TV, room phones. Heated swimming pool, radio, message light, room music, courtesy coffee, credit cards accepted, American Express, Diners, Hilton, Mobil, Sinclair, Bank of America. Airport limousine service all flights daily. Restaurant adjoining. Free advance reservation. Watts 1-800-255-3050


Holiday Inn Hotel Courts
Title:
Holiday Inn Hotel Courts
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
980 South Third St. - U.S. 61 South; Phone: Jackson 5-7381; 3 other locations in Memphis; U.S. 70, 79 & 64 East - U.S. 51 North; U.S. 51 South. 490 rooms - 490 baths - 100% air-conditioned - steam heat - pleasure eating - room telephones - sample rooms; world's first highway hotel with convention facilities for 500; free T.V. in every room. Your host from coast-to-coast



Memphis State College
Title:
Memphis State College
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Quadrangle" around which are the Air Force, R. O. T. C. headquarters, the Student Center, the modern cafeteria, and the Administration Building


Southwestern at Memphis
Title:
Southwestern at Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This is a coeducational college located on North Parkway, just north of Overton Park. The classic gothic buildings are situated on a beautiful tree-shaded campus Dextone



Memphis State College
Title:
Memphis State College
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
"Mynders Hall," women's dormitory which provides 160 co-eds with all the modern facilities for living and recreation Dextone


Southwestern University
Title:
Southwestern University
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



University of Tennessee School of Medicine
Title:
University of Tennessee School of Medicine
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Aerial View of Downtown Memphis
Title:
Aerial View of Downtown Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Bluff City News Co



Memphis Memorial Stadium
Title:
Memphis Memorial Stadium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Annual Liberty Bowl games, has a seating capacity of 50,160. This stadium is also the home gridiron for the Memphis State University Tigers Colourpicture


Memphis Metropolitan Airport
Title:
Memphis Metropolitan Airport
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Serving 7 airlines with over 150 flights daily



Mid-South Coliseum
Title:
Mid-South Coliseum
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
New Mid-South Coliseum, seating 13,500, is Mid-South Fairgrounds, Memphis, Tenn. Has permanent ice rink and features public ice skating. Is home of Memphis Wings, professional hockey club, home court of Memphis State University basketball team, and locale of Mid-South Fair Variety Shows. In background is new Memphis Stadium Bluff City News Co


Overton Park
Title:
Overton Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
335-acre wooded park in the center of Memphis, Tennessee. Here are located the Memphis Zoo, featuring a free children's cricus daily (except Monday) during the summer months; Brooks Memorial Art Gallery; a 9-hole golf course; playground area; and picnic grounds



Memphis Museum, Chickasaw Gardens
Title:
Memphis Museum, Chickasaw Gardens
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
API Memphis Colourpicture


New Federal Building
Title:
New Federal Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



West Hall, Memphis State University
Title:
West Hall, Memphis State University
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Bluff City News Co


Aerial view of Memphis
Title:
Aerial view of Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Memphis-on-the-Mississippi River si the social, cultural and economic capital of the mid-south. A wholesaling, retailing, manufacturing and transportation center, Memphis is the world's largest spot cotton market and world's largest inland hardwood market. Here too are six colleges and a great medical center. 1958 population by special U.S. Census was 488-500 Colourpicture



Methodist Hospital
Title:
Methodist Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the new wing, which was completed in 1966


Saint Jude Hospital
Title:
Saint Jude Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
332 No. Lauderdale, Memphis, Tenn. Danny Thomas, founder. A children's research Hospital, dedicated to the study and care of children with serious diseases



Court Square, Columbia Mutual Tower
Title:
Court Square, Columbia Mutual Tower
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
API Memphis Bluff City News Co


Memphis Public Library, Cossitt Library
Title:
Memphis Public Library, Cossitt Library
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Thomspson's Community Service



Shelby County Courthouse
Title:
Shelby County Courthouse
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
County was established in 1819, Andrew Jackson and Issac Shelby were appointed United States Commissioners to arrange the purchase of the Western district from the Chickasaw Indian Nation in 1818


"Home of the Cotton Carnival"
Title:
"Home of the Cotton Carnival"
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A colorful float, showing Main St., Memphis, during the Cotton Carnival Parade



Main St
Title:
Main St
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Main St. in Memphis Tenn., during the colorful Cotton Carnival Parade


Beale Street
Title:
Beale Street
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Immortalized by W. C. Handy's "Beale Street Blues" and "Memphis Blues." Beal Street still resounds with song and laughter and remains the social and economic capital for Negroes of Mississippi, Arkansas and West Tennessee



Beale Street - Home of the Blues
Title:
Beale Street - Home of the Blues
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
World renowned as the home of W. C. Handy - Father of American Blues Music


Ellis Auditorium
Title:
Ellis Auditorium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Recently modernized at a cost of over $3,000,000 this magnificent building is air-conditioned and equipped with escalators. A total of 16 meeting rooms accommodating from 30 to 6800 persons are available for conventions, entertainment attractions, and public occasions Colourpicture



Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
Title:
Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Bluff City News Co


Memphis Hospital Center
Title:
Memphis Hospital Center
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Hospitals, Clinics, and the University of Tenn. Medical Group, form one of the largest medical centers in the world



Municipal Airport
Title:
Municipal Airport
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Serves 8 airlines operating 88 incoming and departing flights daily over 16 radiating lines to more than 100 cities by direct carrier service or direct flights. A $14-million expansion plan is underway to provide greatly enlarged terminal facilities Bluff City News Co


Birds' Eye View of Wharf from Tenn. Trust Building
Title:
Birds' Eye View of Wharf from Tenn. Trust Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-9



National Cemetery
Title:
National Cemetery
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-29


Skyscrapers in Business District of Greater Memphis
Title:
Skyscrapers in Business District of Greater Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1912 Jun-7



Graceland - Elvis Presley's Home
Title:
Graceland - Elvis Presley's Home
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Elvis' beautiful Southern-style mansion with some of his luxurious automobiles Boxcar Enterprises Inc


Leahy's Tourist Court
Title:
Leahy's Tourist Court
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
3070 Summer Ave. U.S. Highways 70-64-79 - Modern Cottages - Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Leahy



"Pink Palace" - Memphis Museum, Memphis Park Commission
Title:
"Pink Palace" - Memphis Museum, Memphis Park Commission
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen

Description:
Curteich-Chicago


Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1939 Oct-14



Hotel Claridge and Famous Bell Tavern
Title:
Hotel Claridge and Famous Bell Tavern
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1960 Dec-14

Description:
Memphis' most modern hotel. Ideal location. 400 rooms. 400 baths. 100% air conditioned. Free TV every room. Free parking. Bell Tavern features specialties from the genuine charcoal broiler. Enjoy the atmosphere of this authentic replica of a famous Memphis landmark


E.H. Crump Stadium
Title:
E.H. Crump Stadium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1940 Nov-19



Aerial view of Memphis business district
Title:
Aerial view of Memphis business district
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series OB-H2130


Bass Tourist Home
Title:
Bass Tourist Home
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 7A-H3517
Memphis on the Mississippi River,the largest city in Tennessee,population 325,000. Assessed valuation $303,584,266. Five banks,deposits $330,336,585. The largest cotton market in the world,dominates the hardwood lumber industry. Industrial payrolls $60,000,000. In 1943 its manufactured products were valued at $210,000,000. Year round recreation is possible in the 43 parks,free zoo,public golf courses and tennis courts since its overage winter temperature is 43.9. Source: Memphis Chamber of Commerce



Bellevue Baptist Church
Title:
Bellevue Baptist Church
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 15574


In the heart of Memphis, Tenn
Title:
In the heart of Memphis, Tenn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Casey's Motel - Blue Shield Tours
Title:
Casey's Motel - Blue Shield Tours
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
1585 S. Bellevue, Highway 51 south in city. Phone 9-6616. Air-conditioned. Vented wall heaters. Simmons furniture. Beautyrest mattresses. Tile baths. Telephone and radio in all units Fulton, KY to New Orleans, LA


Cotton On The Levee
Title:
Cotton On The Levee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Photograph Courtesey Chamber of Commerce Memphis, Tenn



Sterick Bldg
Title:
Sterick Bldg
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The twenty-nine story Sterick Tower is the newest, tallest and largest of Memphis office structures. It is located in the heart of downtown Memphis and provides a most attractive addition to the fast growing skyline of the city


Y. W. C. A
Title:
Y. W. C. A
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1934 Jan-4



Confederate Park, Post Office and Mississippi River by Moonlight
Title:
Confederate Park, Post Office and Mississippi River by Moonlight
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused


Government Fleet
Title:
Government Fleet
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-11



The Levee from the BLuff
Title:
The Levee from the BLuff
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Unloading Cotton at Levee
Title:
Unloading Cotton at Levee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Forrest Park
Title:
Forrest Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct


Cotton Ginning Time
Title:
Cotton Ginning Time
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Executive Plaza Inn - Airport Area
Title:
Executive Plaza Inn - Airport Area
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
EXECUTIVE PLAZA INN - Airport Area 1471 East Brooks Road at I-55 South Memphis, Tennessee 38116 Restaurant, Lounge, Banquet Rooms and Luxury Bedroom Suites, Swimming Pool and Color TV Dexter Press


Executive Plaza Inn - Airport Area
Title:
Executive Plaza Inn - Airport Area
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
1471 East Books Road at I-55 South Memphis, Tennessee 38116 Welcome to elegant dining. We feature the best of Southern Foods and the finest steaks in the city. We offer Luxury Bedroom Suites, Swimming pool and color TV Dexter Press



The Beautiful New Town Park Motor Hotel
Title:
The Beautiful New Town Park Motor Hotel
memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Beautiful New Town Park Motor Hotel "The Pride of Memphis" East end of Mississippi River Bridge. One Hundred Fifty Air Conditioned Rooms; Swimming Pool; Television; Fine Foods; 24 Hour Room Service; Room Phones; Muzak. Only two minutes from downtown Memphis. Phone 39-32-22. Also affiliated with Park Plaza Motels in St. Louis; Texarkana; Tulsa; Fort Worth; Amarillo; Raton, New Mexico; Flagstaff, Arizona; and the Belmont Motor Hotel in Dallas


I've Been to "Graceland"
Title:
I've Been to "Graceland"
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1993 Jan-8

Description:
"Elvis and Graceland" Tour Graceland and see several rooms, including Elvis' Trophy Room, main floor, racquetball court, cars and Meditation Gardens, Elvis' final resting place



Ramada Inn
Title:
Ramada Inn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Memphis East; Typical of the Memphis East Ramada Inn is the atmosphere of friendly welcome for the weary traveler, the vacationist or the casual party-giver...the Chez Bon restaurant and coffee shop is another exciting feature...the guest rooms and suites are all beautifully decorated and designed for comfort...; 5225 summer Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38122; Phone: (901) 682-7691


Greetings from Memphis, Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Key to view on other side: 1. Court Square in Downtown Memphis 2. The Pink Palace Museum 3. The Union Station 4. Skyline in the heart of Memphis 5. The Municipal Auditorium 6. Looking across Confederate Park 7. Shelby County Courthouse 8. Brook's Memorial Art Gallery 9. Pagoda and Pavilion in Overton Park 10. Post Office, custom and Federal Bldg



Entrance to Southwestern, "The College of the Mississippi VAlley"
Title:
Entrance to Southwestern, "The College of the Mississippi VAlley"
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1935 Dec-28

Description:
Entrance to Southwestern, the College of the Mississippi Valley. This is Memphis' first college of liberal arts. Located on a beautiful wooded campus on North Parkway, opposite Overton Park, the buildings of various colored stone are among the finest examples of college archigecture in the United States


Riverside Drive
Title:
Riverside Drive
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The mighty currents of the Mississippi River frequently undercut its banks at Memphis. Great willow and concrete mats have been sunk for miles along the Memphis Harbor. Above these mats is the new Memphis River Drive, a mile of scenic beauty and a glimpse of industrial activity



Delta Queen
Title:
Delta Queen
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Memphis is a regular port of call for the Delta Queen, famed riverboat that recalls a colorful era of river lore for Memphis. The Delta Queen operates between Cincinnati and New Orleans


Chucalissa: Prehistoric Indian Town
Title:
Chucalissa: Prehistoric Indian Town
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The site has survived farming, erosion and looting for almost three centuries. It has been resurrected as a replica by professional and amateur archaeologists. The site contains a rebuilt village complete with thatched huts and a great temple on its flat-topped mound. Chucalissa's museum attracts much attention of visitors. The site is managed by Memphis State University



The Avalon
Title:
The Avalon
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Avalon Memphis, Tennessee The Avalon, an excursion river boat touring the Mississippi from the Port of Memphis Dexter Press


Methodist Hospital
Title:
Methodist Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1924, and owned by the N. Mississippi, N. Arkansas, and Memphis Conferences of the Methodist Church, became a 500 bed hospital with the opening of its $5,800,000 East wing. This modern hospital is located at 1265 Union Avenue



Holiday Inn Motel Courts
Title:
Holiday Inn Motel Courts
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1954 Nov-20

Description:
U.S. Hwy 70, 79, & 64 East; U.S. 51 South; U.S. Hwy. 31 South; U.S. Hwy. 51 North; 450 Rooms, 450 Baths, 100% air conditioned, steam heat, restaurant in connection; sample rooms. Banquet and Convention Facilities for 500 in "Holiday Room". Phone 5-7381


The New Auditorium, Memphis, Tenn
Title:
The New Auditorium, Memphis, Tenn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Amphitheatre, Memphis, Tenn. - North Main at Poplar Ave. - Long an ideal convention location in an ideal convention city. Memphis' new Auditorium now offers every possible facility for conventions, automobile, industrial or heavy equipment shows. It is the center of large cultural shows and Banquets Curteichcolor



Clark Tower
Title:
Clark Tower
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Clark Tower East Memphis Clark Tower, 34 story office building, occupied 1971. Highest in Mississippi Valley from St. Louis to New Orleans. Crowned by an American flag 24 hours a day and its own halo at night. Clark Tower is situated in the White Station Center, 1500 Poplar


Sterick BLDG
Title:
Sterick BLDG
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



New First National Bank Building
Title:
New First National Bank Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Statue of W.C. Handy, Handy Park
Title:
Statue of W.C. Handy, Handy Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
W.C. Handy, who gave Memphis the distinction of Birthplace of the Blues, has been honored by Memphis with a statue of the famed composer in a Beale Street park named for him. The first blues tunes were penned by Handy in a saloon on Beale Street



Court Square; Columbia Mutual Tower
Title:
Court Square; Columbia Mutual Tower
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


New Federal Building
Title:
New Federal Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Thompson's Community Service



The James Lee Home
Title:
The James Lee Home
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The James Lee Home Corner of Adams and N. Orleans St. Memphis, Tenn. This historic mansion is under a care and restoration program of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (A.P.T.A.). Located adjoining the Fontaine House, it is one of the many attractions of historic and Period architecture of Memphis, Tennessee. Color by Steve Caldwell


Memphis Hospital Center
Title:
Memphis Hospital Center
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Hospitals, Clinics, and the University of Tenn. Medical Group, form one of the largest medical centers in the world



River-Rail-Truck Terminal
Title:
River-Rail-Truck Terminal
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This new $1,500,000 public terminal on industrialized Presidents Island has four unloading points, providing modern facilities for the handling of cargo from Mississippi Rivers barges direct to railroad cards or trucks. 5 1/2 million tons of freight are shipped in and out of the Port of Memphis each year


Landing of the Royal Barge - Cotton Carnival
Title:
Landing of the Royal Barge - Cotton Carnival
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A night photo of a decorated by lights barge on the river with fireworks exploding above



New Mid-South Coliseum
Title:
New Mid-South Coliseum
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
New Mid-South Coliseum, seating 13,500, in Mid-South Fairgrounds, Memphis, Tenn. Has permanent ice rink and features public ice skating. Is home of Memphis Wings, professional hockey club, home court of Memphis State University basketball team, and locole of Mid-South Fair Variety Shows. In background is new Memphis Stadium Colourpicture Publishers


Goldsmith Civic Garden Center Conservatory
Title:
Goldsmith Civic Garden Center Conservatory
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Goldsmith Civic Garden Center Conservatory, with its year-round indoor exhibits, offers rare beauty to thousands of visitors annually. The best of nature and the results of centuries of plant breeding are the hallmark of this outstanding botanical garden set on 88 acres in one of Memphis' most beautiful public parks Mike Roberts



Mississippi River Bridge
Title:
Mississippi River Bridge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking across the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge. This $14,000,000 four-lane, toll-free highway bridge from West Memphis is the Eastern gateway to Arkansas


Kingsway Christian Church
Title:
Kingsway Christian Church
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1956. Present facilities built in 1968. We are searching His Word, seeking His Will, striving to walk in the King’s Way. Come and be a part of this great venture



Beale Street, Home of the Blues
Title:
Beale Street, Home of the Blues
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
World renowned as the home of W. C. Handy, Father of American Blues Music


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Holiday Inn Poplar & I-240 Memphis, Tennessee Enjoy live entertainment nightly in our Chase Me Charlies Lounge. Tel: 901 682-7881



Memphis, Tennessee
Title:
Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Memphis-on-the-Mississippi River is the social, cultural, and economic capitol of the Mid-South. A wholesaling, retailing, manufacturing, and transportation center, Memphis is the world's largest spot cotton market and world's largest inland hardwood market. Here too are six colleges and a great medical center. 1958 population by special U.S. Census was 488,500


Memphis Academy of Arts in Overton Park
Title:
Memphis Academy of Arts in Overton Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Among facilities that make Memphis the cultural leader of its region and, as the Egyptian name suggests, a Place of Good Abode. The Academy offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Plastichrome



Holiday Inn North
Title:
Holiday Inn North
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. 51 North - 4022 Thomas. Air Conditioned - Swimming Pool - Restaurant. Kitchen Units - Room Television


Grand Central Station, Memphis, Tenn
Title:
Grand Central Station, Memphis, Tenn
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
C. T. American Art



Holiday Inn South
Title:
Holiday Inn South
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 8c-K2102 Air Conditioned - Swimming Pool - Restaurant - Room Television - Close to Municipal Airport


Cotton Pickin' Time
Title:
Cotton Pickin' Time
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P38841 The modern skyline of Memphis rises in the distance, providing a striking contrast with the time-honored ritual of cotton picking Colourpictue Publishers Inc



Bird's Eye View of West Tennessee Normal College
Title:
Bird's Eye View of West Tennessee Normal College
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A-26860


Baptist Memorial Hospital
Title:
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 21341 The South's largest non-government hospital. In addition to 550 patient rooms and usual hospital facilities, the center contains office buildings, stores and shops. The School of Nursing is one of the outstanding in the United States.



Reptile House, Overton Park Zoo
Title:
Reptile House, Overton Park Zoo
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Series 17178


Shelby County Court House
Title:
Shelby County Court House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1923 Aug-03

Description:
Series A-4157



New Union Depot
Title:
New Union Depot
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Series 7515


New Illinois Central Depot
Title:
New Illinois Central Depot
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Series 2840



Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Series 15781 Municipal Auditorium, a $3,000,000 structure built by the City of Memphis and Shelby County. The Auditorium occupies an entire block in the heart of down town. Its mammoth amphitheater seats 12,500. It can be divided into two halls, one for 6,500, the other for 2,500. There are excellent facilities for entertaining great national conventions. The stage is one of the largest in the country.


The Levee From The Bluff
Title:
The Levee From The Bluff
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1924 Feb-08

Description:
Series A-20685



Memphis
Title:
Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1969 Nov-00

Description:
Memphis Medical Center, one of the largest medical complexes in the Nation, is made up of 22 hospitals (some located outside the immediate Medical Center area Shown here). The center is the home, too, of the University of Tennessee Medical Units, Including Colleges of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing, the School of Basic Medical Sciences, and the Graduate School-Medical Sciences.


Cossit Library And Post Office
Title:
Cossit Library And Post Office
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-29

Description:
Series 10408



Unloading Cotton At Levee
Title:
Unloading Cotton At Levee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-08

Description:
Series 10414


Bird's-Eye View
Title:
Bird's-Eye View
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-26

Description:
Series 14079



Cotton Gin
Title:
Cotton Gin
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 333


Skyline View Showing The Mississippi River
Title:
Skyline View Showing The Mississippi River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 61 Memphis, Tenn., Down in Dixie, the financial, industrial, commercial and social capital of the lower Mississippi Valley, is the greatest inland cotton market in the world, the world's largest hardwood lumber producing market and the great distribution center of the Middle South, located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, about midway between the great lakes and the Gulf of Mexico.



Court Square Fountain
Title:
Court Square Fountain
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1940 Dec-23

Description:
Series 2A-H924 Columbian Mutual Tower in distance


Memphis Museum, Memphis Park Commission
Title:
Memphis Museum, Memphis Park Commission
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 2A-H921 Pink Palace



Greetings From Memphis
Title:
Greetings From Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1964 Dec-30

Description:
"Home of the Cotton Carnival" A colorful Float, Showing Main St., Memphis, during the cotton Carnival Parade.


Presidents Island
Title:
Presidents Island
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial shows the City's growing Industrial center located close to Downtown Memphis



Holiday In Southwest, U. S. Hwys. 64, 70 -, and 79 980 S. Third Street
Title:
Holiday In Southwest, U. S. Hwys. 64, 70 -, and 79 980 S. Third Street
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1967 Sep-22

Description:
A replica of a French sailing barge similar to the type used in the exploration of the Mississippi river in the 1700's forms a dramatic centerpiece for The Old River Restaurant. Vivid murals highlight the décor. Complementing the restaurant is The Schooner Tavern


Main Street Looking South
Title:
Main Street Looking South
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Main Street looking South. At right is the Everett r. Cook Convention & Exhibition Center, one of the finest facilities of its kind in the nation.



St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 332 North Lauderdale
Title:
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 332 North Lauderdale
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


The Auditorium, Poplar Avenue and Front street
Title:
The Auditorium, Poplar Avenue and Front street
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Auditorium, Poplar Avenue and Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee. Built in 1924 for $2 million, the auditorium occupies an entire city block and has a seating capacity of 12,000. large public events are held here including opera, stage shows, the circus, plays, wrestling and boxing.



West Tennessee Tuberculosis Hospital
Title:
West Tennessee Tuberculosis Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
West Tennessee Tuberculosis Hospital - erected in 1948 - with 400 beds. Owned and operated by the State of Tennessee at Memphis, Tenn.


Riverside Drive Along The Mississippi River
Title:
Riverside Drive Along The Mississippi River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This scenic highway speeds traffic around the business section of Memphis and gives the tourist a sweeping panorama of the broad Mississippi. The terraced bluffs keep Memphis flood free when old Nan River is on a rampage



Sheraton Peabody Hotel, 149 Union Avenue
Title:
Sheraton Peabody Hotel, 149 Union Avenue
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Completely restored with white Vermont marble and specially designed carpet, The famous Sheraton-Peabody ducks in the Italian marble fountain lend warmth to the hospitality service. Air conditioned. Surrounded by shops and facilities to meet every requirement of our guests.


The Skyline Of Memphis
Title:
The Skyline Of Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Skyline of Memphis, Tennessee. (1950 population 394,025) The small stream in lower left foreground is Wolf river which circles Memphis on the north and east. Wolf River Joins the mighty Mississippi River just south of the downtown business district of Memphis.



The Sterick Building, Madison Avenue And Third Street
Title:
The Sterick Building, Madison Avenue And Third Street
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The 29-story Sterick Building, an office building dominates the skyline of Memphis. Second highest building in Memphis, is the white Columbian Mutual Tower Building to the right of the Sterick Building and third Highest is the green roofed Exchange Building, to the left.


Baptist Memorial Hospital
Title:
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The eight-story building contains 550 beds and is the largest private hospital in the city



Anderton's Oyste Bar
Title:
Anderton's Oyste Bar
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Your visit to Memphis is not complete until you have visited one of Anderton's Restaurants featuring New Orleans style seafood and Kansas City Steaks. Oysters on ½ shell year around from our new Orleans style Oyster Bar


Approaching Memphis
Title:
Approaching Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2529



A. Schwab
Title:
A. Schwab
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A. Schwab, a department store. Since it's founding in 1876, this store has been owned and operated by the Schwab family. It is the oldest, working, old-styled, family owned general store in the Mid-South and is the permanent home of the A. Schwab ?Beale St.? museum.


Graceland-Memphis
Title:
Graceland-Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The marbled mirror top dining table is set with Elvis and Priscilla's wedding china-Buckingham pattern by Noritake. The chandelier is Belgian lead crystal



Graceland-Memphis
Title:
Graceland-Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Elvis purchased the den furniture in 30 minutes. The "jungle room" with its carpeted ceiling provided good acoustics-two albums were recorded there.


Graceland-Memphis
Title:
Graceland-Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Furnishing in the TV room are reflected in the mirrored ceiling. Elvis watched three football games simultaneously on the well-mounted sets



Memphis Downtown Harbor
Title:
Memphis Downtown Harbor
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the Memphis Queen Line


Chucalissa Museum, Memphis State university
Title:
Chucalissa Museum, Memphis State university
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
View of one of the houses at Chucalissa



Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1912 Jun-06


Cossitt Library
Title:
Cossitt Library
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Dec-31



Aerial View Of The New Memphis And Arkansas Bridge
Title:
Aerial View Of The New Memphis And Arkansas Bridge
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1950 Feb-01

Description:
Aerial View of the New Memphis and Arkansas Bridge and Memphis and Harahan Bridges Spanning Mississippi River, Memphis, Tenn.


Memphis Trust Building
Title:
Memphis Trust Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



William Christopher Handy
Title:
William Christopher Handy
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
William Christopher Handy "Father of the Blues" Memphis, Tenn Born Nov. 16, 1873 at Florence, Alabama. Died March 28, 1958 New York City. His golden trumpet and immortal songs like "Memphis Blues," Beale Street Blues" and "St. Louis Blues" have made him loved and remembered in the hearts of the nation. His music is known throughout the world. His life is the tale of three streets. Beale Street in Memphis; Market Street in St. Louis and Broadway in New York.


River Front And Skyline
Title:
River Front And Skyline
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
"Memphis on the Mississippi" Memphis was founded in 1819 by Andrew Jackson, John Overton and James Winchester; the latter named the town. It was incorporated in 1826 at which time it had a population of less than five hundred and an area of one square mile. It is now the state's largest city, one of the nations largest inland ports and the world's largest cotton market.



Riverside Drive
Title:
Riverside Drive
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Riverside Drive, Memphis, Tenn. Riverside Drive is especially beautiful in the Spring, when the dogwoods are in full bloom. In the Spring, the City of Memphis celebrates its cotton industry with the Cotton Carnival, complete with parades, balls, and pageants.


Aerial View Of Downtown Memphis
Title:
Aerial View Of Downtown Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Main Street Looking South
Title:
Main Street Looking South
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Main Street looking South. At right is the Everett R. Cook convention & Exhibition Center, one of the finest facilities of its kind in the nation.


Plaza Of New Federal Building
Title:
Plaza Of New Federal Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Memphis And Harrahan Bridges Spanning Mississippi River
Title:
Memphis And Harrahan Bridges Spanning Mississippi River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM Nov-02

Description:
The Connecting Link from the south to the west - Tennessee on the East, Arkansas on the west.


Conservatory And Bird House At Zoo, Overton Park
Title:
Conservatory And Bird House At Zoo, Overton Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Aerial View Of Memphis Business District
Title:
Aerial View Of Memphis Business District
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1945 May-08


Memphis International Airport
Title:
Memphis International Airport
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Memphis International Airport terminal building has won numerous architectural design awards and is considered one of the most beautiful in existence



Travelodge, 180 E Crump Blvd. at Third St
Title:
Travelodge, 180 E Crump Blvd. at Third St
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1965 Jun-08

Description:
85 Beautifully Furnished Rooms - Central Heating and Air-Conditioned, Room Controlled - Heated Pool - Dining Room connected from our Lobby - Located at the Crossroads of the Mid-South - 3rd & Crump Blvd. - just minutes from Downtown and parts of the city.


Elvis Poll
Title:
Elvis Poll
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Cositt Library And Custom House
Title:
Cositt Library And Custom House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused


Shelby County Court House
Title:
Shelby County Court House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused



Grand Central Station
Title:
Grand Central Station
Memphis Tennessee (TN), White Border unused


Overton Park
Title:
Overton Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Apr-19



Memphis From Miss. River
Title:
Memphis From Miss. River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-17


Methodist Hospital.Memphis
Title:
Methodist Hospital.Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Chucalissa Museum, Memphis State University
Title:
Chucalissa Museum, Memphis State University
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1979

Description:
View of one of the houses at Chucalissa. 1987 Indian Village Dr


Main St
Title:
Main St
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
MAIN ST. IN MEMPHIS, TENN., DURING THE COLORFUL COTTON CARNIVAL PARADE.



Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1945


Aerial View Of Memphis Business District
Title:
Aerial View Of Memphis Business District
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1955



Idlewild Presbyterian Church
Title:
Idlewild Presbyterian Church
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Greetings From Memphis
Title:
Greetings From Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side:- M - Court Square in Downtown Memphis E - Sunken Garden and Speedway. M - Skyline and Mississippi River., P - Brooks Art Gallery in Overton Park. H - Looking across Confederate Park. I - In beautiful Riverside Park. S - The Riverside Drive.



Memphis Museum
Title:
Memphis Museum
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Memphis Park Commission "Pink Palace".


Sterick Building
Title:
Sterick Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Historic Memphis, on the east bank of the Mississippi River. Is the greatest inland cotton market in the world, and the world's largest hardwood lumber producing market. Transportation unsurpassed, ten truck line railroads, with seventeen branches, extend in all directions.



Cotton Carnival Parade
Title:
Cotton Carnival Parade
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birds-eye view of Children's Parade showing some of the Floats, Bands marching Units, and a portion of the thousands of people lining streets for miles.


Baptist Memorial Hospital
Title:
Baptist Memorial Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The south's largest non-government hospital. In addition to 550 patient rooms and usual hospital facilities, the center contains office buildings, stores and shops. The School of Nursing is one of the outstanding in United States.



Riverside Drive Along The Mississippi River
Title:
Riverside Drive Along The Mississippi River
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This scenic highway speeds traffic around the business section of Memphis and gives the tourist a sweeping panorama of the broad Mississippi. The terraced bluffs keep Memphis flood free when Old Man River is on a rampage


Greetings From Memphis
Title:
Greetings From Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Court Square Fountain



Greetings From Memphis
Title:
Greetings From Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the cotton carnival. Top View: Cotton Carnival Parade on Main Street in Downtown Memphis. Bottom View: Bales of Cotton - ready for the market


Greetings From Memphis
Title:
Greetings From Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Top View: Memphis Skyline at night. Bottom View: Mississippi River Bridges connecting Memphis and the East with Arkansas and the West



Greetings From Memphis
Title:
Greetings From Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Parks In Memphis
Title:
Parks In Memphis
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1947

Description:
Confederate park, sunken Gardens of East Parkway, Historic De Soto Park, Forrest Park, Famous Court Square, Beautiful Riverside park.


Methodist Hospital
Title:
Methodist Hospital
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1943



Shelby County Court House
Title:
Shelby County Court House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Entrance to Shelby County Court House at Memphis, Tenn. This building was constructed about 1912 of Indiana limestone. Classic figures, such as those shown in the photograph, are at the main entrances.


Shelby County Court House
Title:
Shelby County Court House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Entrance to Shelby County Court House at Memphis, Tenn. This building was constructed about 1912 of Indiana limestone. Classic figures, such as those shown in the photograph, are at the main entrances.



United States Custom House Court House And Post Office
Title:
United States Custom House Court House And Post Office
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Cossitt Library And Post Office
Title:
Cossitt Library And Post Office
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused



Confederate Park
Title:
Confederate Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Post Office and Mississippi River. By moonlight


Cotton Picking Time
Title:
Cotton Picking Time
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Memphis Trust Co. Building
Title:
Memphis Trust Co. Building
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Riverside Drive
Title:
Riverside Drive
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Riverside Drive is especially beautiful in the Spring, when the dogwoods are in full bloom. In the Spring, the City of Memphis celebrates its cotton industry with the Cotton Carnival, complete with parades, balls, and pageants.



Greetings from Memphis Home of the Cotton Carnival
Title:
Greetings from Memphis Home of the Cotton Carnival
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1963

Description:
Upper View: Riverside Drive, The Mississippi River, and the Memphis Skyline Lower View: Landing of the Royal Barge - at the Cotton Carnival-Memphis, Tenn.


Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



The Avalon
Title:
The Avalon
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Avalon, an excursion river boat touring the Mississippi from the port of Memphis


Law Library, Court House
Title:
Law Library, Court House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back



Greetings from Memphis, Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Hotel Gayoso
Title:
Hotel Gayoso
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Holiday Inn Midtown
Title:
Holiday Inn Midtown
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1973 Jul-18

Description:
1262 Union Avenue. U.S. Highways 64, 70 , 72 & 79


Park Lane Motel
Title:
Park Lane Motel
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
3061 Lamar Avenue, U.S. Highway 78



Memphus Municipal Airport
Title:
Memphus Municipal Airport
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Memphis Memorial Stadium
Title:
Memphis Memorial Stadium
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM Apr-28

Description:
Memphis Memorial Stadium, home of the Annual Libery Bowl games, has a seating capacity of 50,160. This stadium is also the home gridiron for the Memphis State University Tigers



The Lobby, Hotel Peabody
Title:
The Lobby, Hotel Peabody
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1943 Oct-5

Description:
Summer and winter air conditioned... surrounded by shops and facilities to meet the requirement of the guest


A Schwab
Title:
A Schwab
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Established 1876; 163 Beale St.; 1939. A Schwab - home of the A. Schwab "Beale St." Museum. The store is the oldest working general store in the Mid-South. Our record dept. has handled the greatest blues on the Paramount, Okeh and Vocalion labels



Entrance, Overton Park
Title:
Entrance, Overton Park
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
One of Memphis' 47 parks. Overton Park includes 335 acres in which are located the zoo, Brooks Art Gallery, a nine hole golf course, a playground area, picnic grounds and the Memphis Open Air Theatre, which presents eight, six night operettas each summe.r


Shelby County Courthouse
Title:
Shelby County Courthouse
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A model of architectural beauty containing the offices of the city and county governments. The huge building occupies the entire block bounded by Second and Third Streets and Adams and Washington Avenues



Aerial View of City
Title:
Aerial View of City
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Memphis-on-the-Mississippi River is the social, cultural, and economic capital of the Mid-South. A wholesaling, retailing, manufacturing, and transportation center, Memphis is the world's largest spot cotton market and world's largest inland hardwood market. Here too are six colleges and a great medial center


Southwestern Campus, "The College of the Mississippi Valley"
Title:
Southwestern Campus, "The College of the Mississippi Valley"
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Chickasaw Park, Cossitt Library, and Custom House
Title:
Chickasaw Park, Cossitt Library, and Custom House
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Bird's-Eye View
Title:
Bird's-Eye View
Memphis Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-29



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