BATTLE OF NASHVILLE CENTENNIAL, 1963
The following material on the Battle of Nashville Centennial in 1963 has been selected from the Mary Margaret and John L. Farringer, Jr. Collection. Click on the images below to view a larger version of the image.
John L. Farringer, Jr. was an avid Civil War re-enactor, participating in a number of Civil War battle re-enactments in Tennessee and surrounding states. He wore the uniform of a General in the Confederate Army.
Johnny Reb, our helpful mannequin, models John L. Farringer, Jr.'s re-enactment uniform.
Program of events for the Battle of Nashville Centennial held December 11-13, 1964.
Certificate awarded to re-enactors participating in the centennial celebration by the Davidson County Civil War Centennial Committee.
Modern reproduction of Confederate States of America belt buckle worn by re-enactors during the Centennial.
Brochure depicting the location of key sites in the Battle of Nashville. Produced by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce for the Centennial.
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Soldier with pistol. Original art work created for use in publications for the Centennial.
Soldier with bayonet. Original art work created for use in publications for the Centennial.
Cover of the Battle of Nashville Commemoration Program.
Official logo of the Centennial. Original art work created for use in publications for the Centennial. Signed by the artist, Jim Hardin.
Logo of the Centennial used on official stationary.
Action scene from the Battle of Nashville re-enactment during the Centennial.