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St. Augustine LightSt. Augustine Light

Sun, 11 Jun 2017 22:49:39 -0700

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The St. Augustine Light Station is an active lighthouse in St. Augustine, Florida. The current lighthouse stands at the north end of Anastasia Island and was built in 1874.
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The St. Augustine Light Station is an active lighthouse in St. Augustine, Florida. The current lighthouse stands at the north end of Anastasia Island and was built in 1874.
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Justice Adolpho Birch statue - Nashville, TNJustice Adolpho Birch statue - Nashville, TN

Sun, 11 Jun 2017 22:49:12 -0700

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A statue of Justice Adolpho A. Birch, Jr. was dedicated on August 27, 2016 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the courthouse named in his honor. Birch became a judge in 1969 when Gov. Buford Ellington appointed him to the General Sessions court. In 1996, he became the first African-American Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court. The statue designed by Brian Hanlon is an eight-foot bronze sculpture on a four-foot granite base.

Read the press release here:
www.tsc.state.tn.us/news/2016/07/26/justice-adolpho-birch...

A statue of Justice Adolpho A. Birch, Jr. was dedicated on August 27, 2016 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the courthouse named in his honor. Birch became a judge in 1969 when Gov. Buford Ellington appointed him to the General Sessions court. In 1996, he became the first African-American Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court. The statue designed by Brian Hanlon is an eight-foot bronze sculpture on a four-foot granite base.

Read the press release here:
www.tsc.state.tn.us/news/2016/07/26/justice-adolpho-birch...


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Moye-Green Boarding House - Portland, TNMoye-Green Boarding House - Portland, TN

Sun, 11 Jun 2017 22:47:56 -0700

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The Moye-Green Boarding House is one of the earliest residential properties in Portland dating back to 1878. It is located near the the site of the L&N railroad depot, and operated as a boarding house from about 1890 to 1945. The house features decorative Folk Victorian detailing on the front porch.

The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. At the same time, the house sat vacant for many years and was subject to deterioration and decay. The house was added to the Tennessee Preservation Trust's 2013 Ten in Tenn list of endangered properties. Since then, it appears to have undergone some renovation.

The Moye-Green Boarding House is one of the earliest residential properties in Portland dating back to 1878. It is located near the the site of the L&N railroad depot, and operated as a boarding house from about 1890 to 1945. The house features decorative Folk Victorian detailing on the front porch.

The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. At the same time, the house sat vacant for many years and was subject to deterioration and decay. The house was added to the Tennessee Preservation Trust's 2013 Ten in Tenn list of endangered properties. Since then, it appears to have undergone some renovation.


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Civil War Cannons at Confederate Park - Memphis, TNCivil War Cannons at Confederate Park - Memphis, TN

Sun, 11 Jun 2017 22:46:58 -0700

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These Civil War cannons overlook the Mississippi River. Historically, this park in downtown Memphis was known as Confederate Park. However in 2013, the name was renamed Memphis Park to be less controversial.

When the park was built in 1908, there were authentic Civil War cannons. However, they were sacrificed during the WWII scrap metal drive. For a while, WWII Cannons were on display in the park. Since then, the Shelby County Historical Commission placed these replica Civil War cannons.

These Civil War cannons overlook the Mississippi River. Historically, this park in downtown Memphis was known as Confederate Park. However in 2013, the name was renamed Memphis Park to be less controversial.

When the park was built in 1908, there were authentic Civil War cannons. However, they were sacrificed during the WWII scrap metal drive. For a while, WWII Cannons were on display in the park. Since then, the Shelby County Historical Commission placed these replica Civil War cannons.


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Dang! That's Good Italian Cherry SodaDang! That's Good Italian Cherry Soda

Sun, 11 Jun 2017 22:45:45 -0700

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With a flavor name like Italian Cherry Soda, I figured it would either be like the cherry flavor from spumoni ice cream, or some harsh bitter flavor not suited to an American's palette. However, if it was harsh and bitter, I wouldn't say, "Dang! That's good." So, yes, it tastes just like the cherry from Spumoni ice cream.

With a flavor name like Italian Cherry Soda, I figured it would either be like the cherry flavor from spumoni ice cream, or some harsh bitter flavor not suited to an American's palette. However, if it was harsh and bitter, I wouldn't say, "Dang! That's good." So, yes, it tastes just like the cherry from Spumoni ice cream.


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The Nations neon sign - Nashville, TNThe Nations neon sign - Nashville, TN

Sat, 10 Jun 2017 21:43:10 -0700

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This neon sign is in front of the Nations Bar & Grill on 51st Ave in Nashville. However, the sign is also the unofficial welcome to The Nations neighborhood. This part of West Nashville is the area between I-40 and Centennial Blvd and has become one of the more trendy areas lately.

As for the sign itself, The Nations is a re-purpose of an old sign. The neon tubing has been added in just the last few months. Before that, it had only been painted for the Nations for a couple of years. The sign had been blank for a long time before that as there once was an auto body shop here a long time ago.

This neon sign is in front of the Nations Bar & Grill on 51st Ave in Nashville. However, the sign is also the unofficial welcome to The Nations neighborhood. This part of West Nashville is the area between I-40 and Centennial Blvd and has become one of the more trendy areas lately.

As for the sign itself, The Nations is a re-purpose of an old sign. The neon tubing has been added in just the last few months. Before that, it had only been painted for the Nations for a couple of years. The sign had been blank for a long time before that as there once was an auto body shop here a long time ago.


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Lincoln Bench - Western Kentucky UniversityLincoln Bench - Western Kentucky University

Sat, 10 Jun 2017 21:42:08 -0700

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This bench with a statue of President Abraham Lincoln was placed on the Western Kentucky University campus in Bowling Green on Oct. 10, 2008. This was created by sculptor Gary Lee Price and you can read his thoughts about the statue here: garyleeprice.com/product/abraham-lincoln/

This bench with a statue of President Abraham Lincoln was placed on the Western Kentucky University campus in Bowling Green on Oct. 10, 2008. This was created by sculptor Gary Lee Price and you can read his thoughts about the statue here: garyleeprice.com/product/abraham-lincoln/


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Neddy Jacobs cabin replica - Lebanon, TNNeddy Jacobs cabin replica - Lebanon, TN

Sat, 10 Jun 2017 21:41:13 -0700

SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) posted a photo: The Neddy Jacobs replica cabin is on the Northern side of Lebanon's town square which is stop #1 on the Historic Lebanon Driving tour. Here is the text from that brochure: This replica cabin, built in 2002, depicts the home of Needy Jacobs in 1800. The Jacobs cabin’s original location was to the northwest of the Big Spring, later known as the Town Spring. This spring would provide water to Lebanon for over 100 years. In the early years, citizens would descend stone steps into the spring to retrieve their water. In 1887 stand pipe was laid to carry the water to homes and businesses. The spring was abandoned in 1932 and the city went to the Cumberland River for its water source. Listen and you can still hear the spring running as strong as ever under our Public Square. Here is the marker in the photo: seemidtn.com/gallery/index.php?album=historical-markers%2... While this is a replica of the Neddy Jacobs cabin, the logs are from a different historic cabib. John Kelley built his home in Leeville in 1833. See that marker here: seemidtn.com/gallery/index.php?album=historical-markers%2... If I am understanding the markers properly, the town square of Lebanon was built around the town spring, however the spring was eventually covered up but still runs under the square. As part of the grounds of this cabin is a small trickle of water which flows in front. I wonder if that water is engineered to be tapped from the original spring or if it is just pumped in.The Neddy Jacobs replica cabin is on the Northern side of Lebanon's town square which is stop #1 on the Historic Lebanon Driving tour. Here is the text from that brochure: This replica cabin, built in 2002, depicts the home of Needy Jacobs in 1800. The Jacobs cabin’s original location was to the northwest of the Big Spring, later known as the Town Spring. This spring would provide water to Lebanon for over 100 years. In the early years, citizens would descend stone steps into the spring to retrieve their water. In 1887 stand pipe was laid to carry the water to homes and businesses. The spring was abandoned in 1932 and the city went to the Cumberland River for its water source. Listen and you can still hear the spring running as strong as ever under our Public Square. Here is the marker in the photo: seemidtn.com/gallery/index.php?album=historical-markers%2... While this is a replica of the Neddy Jacobs cabin, the logs are from a different historic cabib. John Kelley built his home in Leeville in 1833. See that marker here: seemidtn.com/gallery/index.php?album=historical-markers%2... If I am understanding the markers properly, the town square of Lebanon was built around the town spring, however the spring was eventually covered up but still runs under the square. As part of the grounds of this cabin is a small trickle of water which flows in front. I wonder if that water is engineered to be tapped from the original spring or if it is just pumped in.[...]


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Gen. Toftoy marker - Huntsville, ALGen. Toftoy marker - Huntsville, AL

Sat, 10 Jun 2017 21:39:42 -0700

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This plaque was placed here by Citizens of Huntsville and Madison County, Alabama, In Honor Of Major General H.N. Toftoy, USA. Who was Commanding General of Redstone Arsenal from September 1, 1954, to March 31, 1958. It was unveiled here on August 1, 1958, on the occasion of his transfer to the command of Aberdeen Proving Ground.

General Toftoy during his stay at Redstone made a significant contribution to this community, and he will forever be enshrined in the hearts of local people as "Mr. Missile."

From the Huntsville town square, this is located along the steps which lead down to the Big Spring.

This plaque was placed here by Citizens of Huntsville and Madison County, Alabama, In Honor Of Major General H.N. Toftoy, USA. Who was Commanding General of Redstone Arsenal from September 1, 1954, to March 31, 1958. It was unveiled here on August 1, 1958, on the occasion of his transfer to the command of Aberdeen Proving Ground.

General Toftoy during his stay at Redstone made a significant contribution to this community, and he will forever be enshrined in the hearts of local people as "Mr. Missile."

From the Huntsville town square, this is located along the steps which lead down to the Big Spring.


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Hardin County Courthouse - Savannah, TNHardin County Courthouse - Savannah, TN

Sat, 10 Jun 2017 21:38:24 -0700

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TN Post Card 38 - Hardin County Courthouse - Savannah, TN

This post card is part of my Tennessee Courthouses Collection. Each Courthouse is available as an individual post card, or you can buy a poster of all Middle Tennessee Courthouses.

Order this Post Card now!

Text on the back:
The Hardin County Courthouse was built in 1952. The exterior is made from handmade brick from Virginia and Indiana Limestone. The most notable features are the tall but thin clock tower and the projecting pedimented entry portico with four columns. The roof slate shingles were from Vermont. Much of the interior (the floors, stairs and wall finishes) is made with Italian Marble.

TN Post Card 38 - Hardin County Courthouse - Savannah, TN

This post card is part of my Tennessee Courthouses Collection. Each Courthouse is available as an individual post card, or you can buy a poster of all Middle Tennessee Courthouses.

Order this Post Card now!

Text on the back:
The Hardin County Courthouse was built in 1952. The exterior is made from handmade brick from Virginia and Indiana Limestone. The most notable features are the tall but thin clock tower and the projecting pedimented entry portico with four columns. The roof slate shingles were from Vermont. Much of the interior (the floors, stairs and wall finishes) is made with Italian Marble.


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2017 Stanley Cup Finals puck2017 Stanley Cup Finals puck

Fri, 09 Jun 2017 22:36:03 -0700

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The 2017 NHL Stanley Cup Finals is between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Nashville Predators. This souvenir puck was purchased at the Preds gift shop at Bridgestone Arena.

The 2017 NHL Stanley Cup Finals is between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Nashville Predators. This souvenir puck was purchased at the Preds gift shop at Bridgestone Arena.


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Couey House - Summerville, GACouey House - Summerville, GA

Fri, 09 Jun 2017 22:35:16 -0700

SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) posted a photo: Text of the interpretive marker: Built in the early 1840s Andrew McSelland Couey, this log house was one of the earliest pioneer homes and Chattooga County. As the land was cleared, the house was constructed of huge logs which were hoisted into place in carved into half dovetail ends as the house was erected. The house was restored to this site as it was considered to be a significant representation of the craftsmanship and lifestyle of the early pioneers in this area of north Georgia. Originally, the house was located nearly seven miles from this site in Dirt Town Valley near Tidings, Georgia. As the home of the family of Andrew and Fereby Couey, the house was once surrounded by a profitable 400 acre farm which produced corn, cotton and livestock. As with many southern homes, the War Between the States brought much hardship and Union soldiers passed through the area and depleted supplies. In addition to the loss of material goods, the inhabitants of the Couey House suffered greatly during the War Between the States with the death of their son Andrew Jackson Couey in Virginia on November 1, 1861. Like most Chattooga County men, Couey fought with the Confederate Army. His death and all to the county's loss of life and livelihood particularly ironic, since its humble county with very few slave holders had voted against succession from the union at the succession convention held in Milledgeville, Georgia on January 19, 1861. The Couey younger son, Eli Couey, also joined Company B., Knight Georgia Infantry, served throughout the war, and was present at the surrender Appomattox, Virginia on April 9, 1865. Also known as the Couey-Owings-Knowles House, this historic structure was the home of Andrew Couey until his death in 1882. Later, in 1904, it became the home of Couey's granddaughter, Flora Couey, who married William H. Owings. After the farm was subdivided and sold over the following decades, the house was last owned by Billy Knowles prior to being acquired by the Georgia Department of Transportation. Due to the widening of US Highway 27, the original site of the Couey House was needed. The relocation to Dowdy Park in Somerville was begun in 1995 and, though modern additions to the house had been added, only the original log structure was moved. Heroic efforts of the Summerville fire Department saved the house from complete loss in 2005. As the house was once again restored, the preacher porch was removed to allow the front porch to the open across the full width of the structure. This return the façade to the appearance of the early 1900s as remembered by Chattooga County Historian, Robert S. Baker, descendant of the Couey family and author of Chattooga the Story of a County and its people. Since 1998, the house has been maintained by the city of Somerville as an example of the historic preservation and for the enjoyment and education to all who visit the site. The Chattooga County Historical Society has continued to assist with the preservation and furnishing the house is well as with the documentation of the history surrounding it.Text of the interpretive marker: Built in the early 1840s Andrew McSelland Couey, this log house was one of the earliest pioneer homes and Chattooga County. As the land was cleared, the house was constructed of huge logs which were hoisted into place in carved into half dovetail ends as the house was erected. The house was restored to this site as it was considered to be a significant representation of the craftsmanship and lifestyle of the early pioneers in this area of north Georgia. Originally, the house was located nearly seven miles from this site in Dirt Town Valley near Tidings, Georgia. As the home of the family of Andrew and Fere[...]


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Capt. Horace Lawson Hunley & Submarine monumentCapt. Horace Lawson Hunley & Submarine monument

Fri, 09 Jun 2017 22:34:17 -0700

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Until I saw this monument, I didn't realize that any submarine played a part in the Civil War. Capt. Hunley was a marine engineer who designed the first combat submarine to sink a warship. However, it also sank and killed all of its crew three times. This Submarine was named the CSS H.L. Hunley. For the full story: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._L._Hunley_(submarine)

This monument is located at Fort Bledsoe Historical Park near Castalian Springs, TN. It commemorates how Capt. Hunley was born near here and spent the first few years of his life in Sumner County.

Until I saw this monument, I didn't realize that any submarine played a part in the Civil War. Capt. Hunley was a marine engineer who designed the first combat submarine to sink a warship. However, it also sank and killed all of its crew three times. This Submarine was named the CSS H.L. Hunley. For the full story: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._L._Hunley_(submarine)

This monument is located at Fort Bledsoe Historical Park near Castalian Springs, TN. It commemorates how Capt. Hunley was born near here and spent the first few years of his life in Sumner County.


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Pier Park Beach Ball - Panama City BeachPier Park Beach Ball - Panama City Beach

Fri, 09 Jun 2017 22:32:50 -0700

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This large decorative beach ball is located in front of the Grand Theater at Pier Park in Panama City Beach, FL.

This large decorative beach ball is located in front of the Grand Theater at Pier Park in Panama City Beach, FL.


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Ringo Starr 72nd Birthday plaque - Nashville, TNRingo Starr 72nd Birthday plaque - Nashville, TN

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 21:35:18 -0700

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In celebration of Ringo Starr on his 72nd birthday, held in Nashville, TN on July 7, 2012. This star magnolia tree was planted in his honor by Hard Rock International. Peace & Love

This plaque is at Walk of Fame park in downtown Nashville.

In celebration of Ringo Starr on his 72nd birthday, held in Nashville, TN on July 7, 2012. This star magnolia tree was planted in his honor by Hard Rock International. Peace & Love

This plaque is at Walk of Fame park in downtown Nashville.


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Southern Railway Freight Depot (street side) - Knoxville, TNSouthern Railway Freight Depot (street side) - Knoxville, TN

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 21:34:25 -0700

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Southern Railway was formed in the 1890s at the merging of two railroad companies. In 1902, Southern hired architect Frank Pierce Milburn to design new train stations at several of their major terminals. Two years later, the Southern Terminal opened in Knoxville. Many warehouses and factories surrounded this area because of its important shipping routes.

The station looks today much the same as it did in 1904, except a large clock tower was removed in 1945 wen deemed structurally unsafe. The last passenger train came through in 1970. Today, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places as the integral part of The Southern Terminal and Warehouse District, an area which is today known as Old City.

This passenger station and the freight depot next door are designed in a similar style with Classical Revival influence. Most notable is the corbel-stepped gabled roof. On the track side of the building is a collection of rolling stock known as the Old Smoky Railway Museum.

Southern Railway was formed in the 1890s at the merging of two railroad companies. In 1902, Southern hired architect Frank Pierce Milburn to design new train stations at several of their major terminals. Two years later, the Southern Terminal opened in Knoxville. Many warehouses and factories surrounded this area because of its important shipping routes.

The station looks today much the same as it did in 1904, except a large clock tower was removed in 1945 wen deemed structurally unsafe. The last passenger train came through in 1970. Today, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places as the integral part of The Southern Terminal and Warehouse District, an area which is today known as Old City.

This passenger station and the freight depot next door are designed in a similar style with Classical Revival influence. Most notable is the corbel-stepped gabled roof. On the track side of the building is a collection of rolling stock known as the Old Smoky Railway Museum.


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Simpson County Courthouse - Franklin, KYSimpson County Courthouse - Franklin, KY

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:55:27 -0700

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This brick building with stone trim featuring small porches and a clock tower was designed by the McDonald Brothers from Louisville. It has undergone extensive remodeling and updating, but remains basically the structure built in 1882 using a Late Victorian style. In 1962, wings were added to mimic the original style. About 20 years ago, the county built a new criminal justice center.

This is one of those courthouses that used to be surrounded by mature trees, so you had to find creative views or see it in the winter. I was last here in 2008 and a tree that used to be right up to the building is now missing. The town square is located along highway U.S. 31W. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

This brick building with stone trim featuring small porches and a clock tower was designed by the McDonald Brothers from Louisville. It has undergone extensive remodeling and updating, but remains basically the structure built in 1882 using a Late Victorian style. In 1962, wings were added to mimic the original style. About 20 years ago, the county built a new criminal justice center.

This is one of those courthouses that used to be surrounded by mature trees, so you had to find creative views or see it in the winter. I was last here in 2008 and a tree that used to be right up to the building is now missing. The town square is located along highway U.S. 31W. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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Gibson GuitarTown - 50 Years of George JonesGibson GuitarTown - 50 Years of George Jones

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:54:07 -0700

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In 2004, Gibson Guitars started the Nashville GuitarTown project which placed decorated Guitar statues (such as this one) around town. Then in 2006, the guitars were auctioned off for charity.

The George Jones guitar was created by artist Brooke Sisco and was originally placed in 2004 at Bobby's Idle Hour Tavern on 16th Ave. Now it appears at Nashville West shopping center.

In 2004, Gibson Guitars started the Nashville GuitarTown project which placed decorated Guitar statues (such as this one) around town. Then in 2006, the guitars were auctioned off for charity.

The George Jones guitar was created by artist Brooke Sisco and was originally placed in 2004 at Bobby's Idle Hour Tavern on 16th Ave. Now it appears at Nashville West shopping center.


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Cogbill's General Store - LaGrange, TNCogbill's General Store - LaGrange, TN

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:52:46 -0700

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This General Store in LaGrange, TN dates back to the 1860s when William Peter Lipscomb opened a business. That business was lost due to a 1900 tornado. Lipscomb opened a new store at this location and was passed down through the family as Charles Lipscomb Cogbill operated the store in the 1960s. In 1991, Lucy Cogbill reopened the store with Sherri Bruner-Osteen. A fire in 1998 destroyed the 1901 building and this store was soon rebuilt.

This General Store in LaGrange, TN dates back to the 1860s when William Peter Lipscomb opened a business. That business was lost due to a 1900 tornado. Lipscomb opened a new store at this location and was passed down through the family as Charles Lipscomb Cogbill operated the store in the 1960s. In 1991, Lucy Cogbill reopened the store with Sherri Bruner-Osteen. A fire in 1998 destroyed the 1901 building and this store was soon rebuilt.


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Little Harpeth River - Brentwood, TNLittle Harpeth River - Brentwood, TN

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:51:27 -0700

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The Little Harpeth River is barely a trickle at this park in Brentwood not far from its headwaters. This is seen at River Park not far from the Wikle Rd trail head.

The Little Harpeth River is barely a trickle at this park in Brentwood not far from its headwaters. This is seen at River Park not far from the Wikle Rd trail head.


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