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Title: Memphis, Tennessee The Gateway to the South and West
Other Titles: Memphis, Tennessee "Down in Dixie"
Keywords: Buildings and grounds;Mississippi River;Memphis, Tennessee;Postcards;Images;Images;Souvenir folders
Issue Date: 1938
Series/Report no.: Rhodes College Postcard Collection
Abstract: THE GATEWAY TO THE SOUTH & WEST, MEMPHIS, TENN. Folding postcard set postmarked 1938. Cover views: River Front and Packet Wharves - Uptown District; Memphis and Hanrahan Bridges in the Heart of Memphis; The Cotton Carnival City, Memphis, Tenn., Down in Dixie. Inside Card views: Main Street Looking North from Union Avenue; United States Custom House, Court House and Post Office; Sterick Building at Night; Aerial View of Memphis Business District; ELEPHANTS, GRIZZLY BEARS, TIGER, HIPPOPOTAMUSES; Rainbow Lake in Overton Park; Aerial View of the New Memphis and Arkansas Bridge and Memphis and Harahan Bridges Spanning Mississippi River; River Front and Levee to Business District; Confederate Park, Post Office and Mississippi River by Moonlight; Sears, Roebuck & Company; Memphis, Tennessee showing Mississippi River and Riverside Drive by Moonlight; Court Square showing Sterick Bldg. in Background; Administration Building, Memphis Municipal Airport; Auditorium; Reelfoot Lake near Memphis, Tenn. Narrative on inside cover. #D-4765.
Description: 3x5 foldng souvenir postcard set; used with address, stamp and postcard
Appears in Collections:Rhodes College Postcard Collection

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