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TENNESSEE: Banana Pudding at The Loveless Cafe in Nashville - The Best Dessert in Every State - Photos

The Best Dessert in Every State

TENNESSEE: Banana Pudding at The Loveless Cafe in Nashville - The Best Dessert in Every State - Photos

Nashville History is a blog about the people, places and events of Nashville's and Davidson County's past.

Nashville History

Nashville History is a blog about the people, places and events of Nashville's and Davidson County's past.

70s Vintage Nudie's Rodeo Tailors of North Hollywood, California "Nudie Suit"…

70s Vintage Nudie's Rodeo Tailors of North Hollywood, California "Nudie Suit" with Embroidered Native American Motif and Swarovski Crystal Rhinestones

Item Details A 1970s vintage custom made Nudie’s Rodeo Tailors of North Hollywood, California “Nudie Suit” designed by Nudie Cohn. The ensemble is in a yellow wool with a multi-colored embroidered Native American motif with Swarovski crystal rhinestones. The shirt is designed with a pointy collar and a v-cut neckline with zipper to left side and a flaired hemline with prong set aurora borealis Swarovski crystal rhinestones. The matching pants have a double hook clasp at the side with a…

Full page promoting Piggly Wiggly grocery store. Nashville Tennessean, 1928 September 30. :: Picturing Nashville in Rotogravure, 1926-1933

Picturing Nashville in Rotogravure, 1926-1933 - Digital Collections | Nashville Public Library

Vintage 1930s 40s Spice Tin Windsor Brand Ground Cloves

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Title: Vintage 1930s 40s Spice Tin Windsor Brand Ground Cloves, Status: SOLD, Category: Antiques & Collectibles:Supermarket:Grocery Store, Shop: California Girls, Description: Vintage hard to find, but just in fair condition, spice tin with paper label. It once held 1.5 ounces of Windsor ground cloves that were packed in Nashville Tennessee by Cumberland Mfg. Co.. . It

Seller Story: Harry Link, Nashville, TN

Nashville Family-Owned Printing Company Supplies Auction

EBTH - Auction featuring materials from a Nashville family's printing company. Rich in culture and full of charm, bid today and take home a piece of history.

Full page promoting Piggly Wiggly grocery store. Nashville Tennessean, 1928 September 30. :: Picturing Nashville in Rotogravure, 1926-1933

Picturing Nashville in Rotogravure, 1926-1933 - Digital Collections | Nashville Public Library

Grocers and clerks go to school at night, from the Nashville Times, 1940 :: Nashville Public Library Digital Collection

Nashville Public Library Digital Collection - Digital Collections | Nashville Public Library

Full page ad for grocery store, Piggly Wiggly. Nashville Tennessean, 1928 September 30. :: Picturing Nashville in Rotogravure, 1926-1933

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Richland Market, from the Nashville Times, 1940 :: Nashville Public Library Digital Collection

Nashville Public Library Digital Collection - Digital Collections | Nashville Public Library

Staffordshire Blue Transferware George Peabody College for Teachers…

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Collection of Nashville, TN Antique and Vintage Paper Ephemera

Item Details A collection of Nashville, Tennessee antique and vintage paper ephemera. Includes a 1917 book of sheet music for Walter Donaldson’s Come On To Nashville Tennessee, a 1937 booklet The Davidson County Public Building and Court House, a 1940s WKDA Score Book, and two Minnie Pearl handheld paper fans.

A 1911 Rand-McNally Indexed County and Railroad Pocket Map and Shipper’s Guide of Tennessee. This booklet shows all “railroads, cities, towns, villages, postoffices, lakes, rivers, etc.” in the state of Tennessee. Published by Rand McNally of Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. Signed by E.H. Johnson.

1911 Rand-McNally County and Railroad Pocket Map of Tennessee

Item Details A 1911 Rand-McNally Indexed County and Railroad Pocket Map and Shipper’s Guide of Tennessee. This booklet shows all “railroads, cities, towns, villages, postoffices, lakes, rivers, etc.” in the state of Tennessee. Published by Rand McNally of Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. Signed by E.H. Johnson.