Architecture -- Tennessee.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The Baxter J. Hodge Papers, 1888-1897, document the early part of Hodge’s career as an architect in Nashville, Tennessee. During these years, Hodge designed several prominent Nashville buildings along with a number of private residences. This collection contains contractor’s bids for various projects, formal contracts between Hodge, his clients, and selected contractors, drawings of various projects, and blueprints.
This collection houses photographic exhibits, essays, short stories, and recollections by University of Tennessee architect Malcolm Rice. Among the subjects covered are the Galapagos Islands, China, and the Andes.
This collection consists of a wide variety of documents pertaining to a partially completed project by Marian S. Moffett regarding Tennessee county seats, intended to have eventually resulted in a paper or book. The research was performed around 2004. The documents in the collection include maps, deeds, plates, and photographs of the various Tennessee counties, as well as Moffett's personal research notes.