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Historic Memphis Series

This section presents a series about early Memphis landmarks and areas of the city.  You'll find historic vintage photos, vintage postcards, historical articles, and a few new photos.  This section is updated DAILY with new material and/or new photos.   


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Aerial Views of Memphis Beale Street Bridges

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Airport Billheads & Invoices Broadcasting
  Assorted Photos Bottling Companies Buildings & Businesses
  Churches Confederate Vets Parade Court Square

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Civil War in Memphis Confederate Vets Reunions Department Stores


Cobblestone Landing Cossitt Library Drug Stores & Companies

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East End Park  Fairgrounds Fort Pickering
  Ellis Auditorium Film Row Front Street


Exposition Hall Forrest Monument Greenlaw Opera House
  Homes and Mansions  Irving Block Civil War Prison Madison Ave

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Hotels- Major Hotels Hospitals Main Street


Hotels- The Peabody Landmarks you may not remember Motels
  Hotels- Smaller Hotels Lee House Museums
  Overton Park Portraits .1891.-1905 Restaurants

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Parks - the other Parks Portraits  -1914-1915 Russwood Park 


  Memphis Queensware  


  Schools... Early Black Education Schools...LeMoyne College  Schools...Southwestern-Rhodes
  Schools... the Clara Conway Inst. Schools...Market Street School Schools...St. Agnes - LaSalette 

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Schools...Fairview Jr High    Schools... Memorabilia - All Schools  


Schools...the Higbee School Schools..  Memphis High School Schools...Tech High School


Schools... Pioneer Educators Schools...The Miller School 1907-15 Schools... West TN Normal-UM


  Theaters... Movie & Legitimate Train Stations Woodruff-Fontaine House

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Theaters...Coming Attractions     
  Theaters... Early History Union Avenue Yellow Fever 1828-1879  


Theaters...Showmen & Moguls    

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