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    • Home of Governor Blount

    • 1934
    • Home of Governor Willie Blount, Clarksville's first contribution to the Tennessee Governor's Chair. The house was located in the Mount Carmel community of Montgomery County near Sango. It no longer stands.
    • Montgomery County Courthouse

    • March 12, 1900
    • Montgomery County Courthouse located on Commerce Street between Second and Third Streets in Clarksville, Tennessee. The present courthouse is Montgomery County's fourth. The first two were located in places that were inconvenient to the public,...
    • Clarksville Fire Station (1)

    • 1934
    • Clarksville Fire Station. This fire station was the fire station that served the City of Clarksville in 1934. It was located on South Third Street and was raised in 1938. A new fire station was then built on the site. Today the Madison Street...
    • Franklin House (2)

    • nd.
    • The Franklin House Hotel was located on Franklin Street near Public Square. It dates to the 1850s. The structure was burned in 1946. The hotel was considered one of the finest hotels in Clarksville.
    • Post Office

    • 1935
    • Photograph of the Clarksville Post Office. A completed United States Post Office is pictured here in 1936. The new post office was built to provide more space for the larger amounts of mail being delivered to the area.
    • Home Infirmary

    • 1904-1944
    • The Home Infirmary was opened by Dr. Robert Tecumseh Burt, a Negro physician and civic leader, to take care of the black Clarksvillians. It was recognized by the National Medical Association and operated for 40 years.
    • John H. Poston Home

    • nd.
    • This is the third home built on the site. Poston died at this home. It was the first brick house built between the Red and Cumberland Rivers. It was dismantled by Sam Richardson and H. D. Pettys May 1940. The brick was used to build two small...
    • Lillian

    • nd.
    • The Lillian Theatre was located on the corner of Franklin and First Streets, the present site of the Roxy Theatre. It opened in 1913 and was named after the daughter of the owner, Joseph Goldberg. The original theatre was damaged in the 1914 fire...
    • Oddfellows Home

    • nd.
    • Oddfellows Home in New Providence ca. 1900 in Clarksville. The home provided care for the elderly as well as young children in need. The home was actually a collection of three buildings and was operated from 1898 to 1946 by the International...
    • Trinity Episcopal Church

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    • Photograph of the Trinity Episcopal Church and Rectory on Franklin Street. Construction of the present Trinity Episcopal Church began in 1875 and was completed in 1881. The church's pipe organ was on display in Philadelphia in 1876. The church...
    • Clarksville Fire Station (2)

    • nd.
    • Clarksville Fire Station, 1934 This fire station was the fire station that served the City of Clarksville in 1934. It was located on South Third Street ans was raised in 1938. A new fire station was then built on the site. Today the Madison...
    • Franklin House (1)

    • nd.
    • The Franklin House Hotel was located on Franklin Street near Public Square. It dates to the 1850s. The structure was burned in 1946. The hotel was considered one of the finest hotels in Clarksville.
    • Franklin House (3)

    • 1906-07-01
    • The Franklin House Hotel was located on Franklin Street near Public Square. It dates to the 1850s. The structure was burned in 1946. The hotel was considered one of the finest hotels in Clarksville. Pictured is Holmes Fuqua on the deck.

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