Monthly Archives: March 2011

Some Random Old Stuff

I was going through all the pictures we have stored on our computer and found a few that really don’t fit in any particular category other than “Old Stuff”. So here’s some random old stuff.   So there you go … Continue reading

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Nashville City Cemetery

The City Cemetery is the oldest continuously operated public cemetery in Nashville.  On March 9, 1820, the Mayor of Nashville and the Aldermen purchased from Richard Cross four acres of land located “on the plains, south of town, for its … Continue reading

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KOREA ’52 – ’53

While cleaning up my office I discovered a CD of photographs that my father had taken while serving in the Army in Korea in 1952 & 1953. I had scanned these many years ago because the originals were really starting … Continue reading

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The Big House

I had a few minutes to kill last week and decided to take a drive out to the old Tennessee State Prison. I was having a thoroughly good time until I was informed that I was trespassing and needed to … Continue reading

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