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By Tom Bosse
Andrew Johnson
Tennessee (Greene County), Greeneville — Andrew Johnson
Located on the corner of Main and Summer Streets is the mural of President Andrew Johnson looking out of a window of his Land Office building. He is wearing his Masonic uniform and the Masonic Lodge was located inside a building on this site. . . . — Map (db m109303) HM
Tennessee (Greene County), Greeneville — Andrew Johnson and Family
This silhouette created by local artist, Joe Kilday, on the side of a Summer Street building depicts the arrival of youthful future President Andrew Johnson leading a blind pony which pulled a small wagon. The young girl, Eliza McCardle, is shown . . . — Map (db m109311) HM
Tennessee (Greene County), Greeneville — Austin Company
On Summer Street behind Main Street Place are two murals which depict the tobacco industry. Tobacco was the money crop for many Greene Countians from the early 1800s through the 1900s with warehouses "on every corner". The Austin Company led the . . . — Map (db m109308) HM
Tennessee (Greene County), Greeneville — Magnavox
Located on the side of a Summer Street building, once the site of Brown's Furniture Store, the local Magnavox dealer, is the mural which features a logo developed by C.L. "Whitey" Wellbaum, Magnavox design director in 1953. The shield-shaped mural . . . — Map (db m109302) HM
Tennessee (Greene County), Greeneville — Sally Bohannon
Miss Sally Bohannon, one of the richest women in Greeneville in the 1920s, moved here with her widowed mother to be near several uncles who were local potters. After teaching and ceramic painting at Tusculum College she opened a millinery store that . . . — Map (db m109309) HM

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