MHC book celebrates city's finest architecture

Nashville Architecture

Nashville Architecture: A Guide to the City examines over 250 sites in Nashville—including well-known buildings such as the Ryman Auditorium, the Hermitage Hotel, and Jubilee Hall at Fisk, as well as many other lesser-known properties—that outline the city’s architectural metamorphosis over the course of the past two centuries. MORE

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Own a fascinating piece of Nashville history with these maps of downtown Nashville from a hundred years ago. Travel back to the days of Cherry Street and the Maxwell House Hotel. Maps are printed in color on fine art paper.

1888

1888 Sanborn Click to enlarge

22 x 28 inches • Key map and 17 plates MORE

1889

1889 Nashville Click to enlarge

28 x 22 inches • Key map and 19 plates MORE

1898 map

1898 Davidson County Click to enlarge

23.5 x 25.75 inches • 36 x 39 inchesMORE

1908

1908 Hopkins Click to enlarge

22 x 28 inches • Key map and 34 plates MORE

Print

Phil Ponder Watercolor Print

Renowned Nashville artist Phil Ponder created this beautiful original watercolor of Sunnyside, built in 1852 and currently home of Metro Historical Commission. The 12-inch by 10-inch print, suitable for framing, is signed by the artist. $25 Frame not included

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Sunnyside Mansion Ornament

Deck the halls with this festive holiday ornament. It features Nashville artist Phil Ponder’s original watercolor of Sunnyside, built in 1852 and currently home of Metro Historical Commission. Four inches by four inches $6

Historic Tennessee

Historic Tennessee Book

Through the indelible images of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Robin Hood and the moving words of nationally esteemed history writer James A. Crutchfield, Historic Tennessee presents a commemoration of Tennessee’s rich historical and architectural heritage.
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