Memphis, Tennessee

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Second Empire Victorian Old Mansions, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Houses, Old Houses, Victorian Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Classic Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Homes

Historic Tennessee mansion one couple legally bought for just $1.00!

Memphis property developer Jose Velázquez and his wife Jennifer had been looking for their dream home for 24 years, and managed to find it for just one dollar.

Marlo Thomas and her dad, 'Danny Thomas." Danny Thomas founded St. Jude's Hospital, which has save MANY children's lives who have/have had cancer.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital founded by a Lebanese

Was walking past the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon on Clemenceau Street, and it made me think back to when I used to intern at the American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities (ALSAC) …

Rainbow Lake was a large entertainment complex with pool, skating rink, and the famous Terrace Room Great Memories, Childhood Memories, Kickin It Old School, Mississippi Delta, Skating Rink, Memphis Tennessee, Destin Florida, White Sand Beach, Travel Agency

Historic Maywood Beach

Rainbow Lake was a large entertainment complex with pool, skating rink, and the famous Terrace Room

The first Holiday Inn, founded by Arkansan Charles Kemmons Wilson, located at 4941 Summer Ave. Courtesy of the Cabot High School Museum O Hotel, Hotel Motel, Bluff City, Barcelona Restaurants, Paramount Theater, County Seat, Memphis Tennessee, Places, Lugares

Holiday Inn Hotel Courts - Memphis, Tennessee

4941 Summer Ave. - U.S. 70, 79 & 64 East Memphis, Tennessee Phone: 34-6687 3 Other Locations in Memphis: U.S. 61 South - U.S. 51 North - U.S. 51 South 450 Rooms - 450 Baths - 100% Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Pleasure Eating - Bridal Suite - Free Swimming Pool for Guests Only Mailed from Memphis, Tennessee to Mrs. A.E. Vest of Sherman, Texas on November 1, 1955: We got here about 7 o'clock, have had supper & are ready to "window shop" a bit before going to bed. We left Clarksville about…

A menu cover from "Pig & Whistle" Drive In on Union Avenue. Their onion rings were the very best in Memphis. Memphis Restaurants, Memphis Tennessee, Hanging Out, Hot Pink, High School, Memories, Onion Rings, Youth, Peach

Historic Memphis Restaurants and High School Hang-outs

All about some Historic restaurants in Memphis. It'll jog your memory because most are no longer there.

Malls of Memphis - Memphis Type History Shopping Malls, Weird And Wonderful, Memphis, Tennessee, Gazebo, Outdoor Structures, Patio, Type, History

Malls of Memphis - Memphis Type History

Shares In this episode of Memphis Type History: The Podcast, we talk about the history of a few malls in Memphis, how they started and what they’ve become. We also include some hopeful future news. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Podbean | Google Play In this episode, we talk about the history of malls generally, but also specifically how Memphis ...

This view from 1956 shows Sears Crosstown at it's height State Of Tennessee, Memphis Tennessee, Hay Day, Old Gas Stations, California History, County Seat, Old Advertisements, My Childhood Memories, Places To Go

Sears Crosstown Part 2: We've Entered the Building... - Memphis Type History

Shares It’s the post you’ve eagerly been waiting for where we take you along on one of the last tours of the Sears Crosstown building. If you haven’t been waiting eagerly you probably missed “Sears Crosstown: An Intro to the Tour” by Rebecca. We’re going to start our blog tour with a little introduction to the sheer size of the ...