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In Memory of
The Four Members of
The Memphis and Shelby County
Who gave their lives in the service
of their fellow men in the World War
Capt. Robert B. Underwo…
When Riverside Drive was constructed in the mid-1930's, this park was built on what had been an old dumping ground for construction debris and dredge soil. It was enlarged to its present size in 1937, using material dredged from the river.
Baptized: March, Cambridgeshire, EnglandJune 7 1817Died: Victoria, B.C., CanadaJuly 11, 1894
On August 17 of 1862, Barker struck gold at 52 feet on Williams Creek, Cariboo. The town of Barkerville bears his name. Like many miners he was soon br…
In 1836 the state authorized building a brick hospital on this site, chiefly for river travelers. In 1873 it became a municipal institution. After its razing in 1891, the location became Forrest Park.
Memphis' first full-service radio station began regularly scheduled broadcasting on January 20, 1923, from the top floor of this building, which was then the home of The Commercial Appeal newspaper. Listeners enjoyed a full range of musical expres…
In 1865-66 Edison was military telegraph operator with the Federal occupation army, working in a building formerly at the east corner of North Court and November 6 Streets, and boarding next door. Trying to invent an auto-repeat key, he managed to…
Bronze PlaqueThis property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.Corner stoneTennessee Club founded in 1875 by General Colton Greene. Club house built in 1890. Building Committe…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.
The 35th mayor of Memphis, 1906-1910. Author of "The Chickasaw Nation". He shared a legal office on the 11th floor of the exchange building, overlooking Court Square, with his younger brother Walter Malone. Judge of the second circuit court of She…
Atop these bluffs in the early morning hours of June 6, 1862, the citizens of Memphis gathered in exited anticipation as the Confederate River Defense Fleet steamed out into the Mississippi to meet the descending Union Gunboat Fleet. The "cotton-c…