Greenville B.P.O.E. No. 1653
Title:
Greenville B.P.O.E. No. 1653
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Greenville B.P.O.E. No. 1653 209 North Main St., Greenville, Tenn. "The faults of our brothers we write upon the sand; their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory." Phone 717. Dexter Press, Inc.


Greene Villa Motel
Title:
Greene Villa Motel
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
20 modern brick units, free TV, telephones, individually controlled air conditioning and baseboard electric heat in each unit. Restaurant



Andrew Johnson Tailor Shop
Title:
Andrew Johnson Tailor Shop
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Administered by the National Park Service, the original Andrew Johnson Tailor Shop is enclosed by the brick building shown in this picture. Here in 1829 he was elected Alderman, and rose in successive steps through every public office to that of the President of the United States


Home of Andrew Johnson
Title:
Home of Andrew Johnson
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
HOME OF ANDREW JOHNSON Seventeenth President of the United States GREENVILLE, TENNESSEE Andrew Johnson's home is part of the National Monument in Greenville, preserving important sites associated with his life. Color by Fred Stanley



G-31 Asbury Methodist Church By Night
Title:
G-31 Asbury Methodist Church By Night
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-30254


Architect's Sketch Of First Baptist Church
Title:
Architect's Sketch Of First Baptist Church
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Night Time View Home Of Andrew Johnson
Title:
Night Time View Home Of Andrew Johnson
Greenville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Andrew Johnson was born in 1808 in North Carolina and died in 1875 in Carter County, Tenn., where he had gone to visit a daughter. His body was removed to his home at Greenville and, because of his oft repeated request, was wrapped in the flag of his country for burial. His burial plot and about 15 acres surrounding it was acquired by the United States Government and is now known as the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery. He was the 17th president of the U. S. A.




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