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Mountain Home Veterans Administration Medical Center, Johnson City, Washington County, TN



B&W Photos

HB1085728
Aerial View Of Buildings 1 And 4 Taken From The Clock Tower Of Building 34, The General Mess, Looking West

HB1085729
View Of Buildings 1 And 4 From The Front Of Building 34, Looking West

HB1085730
View Of Buildings 1 And 4 From The Northeast

HB1085731
View Of Buildings 1 And 4 From The Southeast

HB1085732
View Looking East Snowing Magnolia Avenue And The West Facades Of Buildings 1 And 4

HB1085733
View Of Building 1 From The Southwest, Snowing Portions Of The South And West Facades

HB1085734
View Of Building 1 From The South

HB1085735
West Facade Of Building 1

HB1085736
View Of The North Facade Of Building 1

HB1085737
East End Of Building 1 (negative Reversed)

HB1085738
View Of The South Facade Of Building 4

HB1085739
West End Of Building 4

HB1085740
View Of The North Facade Of Building 4

HB1085741
View Of The East Facade Of Building 4 And The North Facade Of Building 1


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Location
Johnson%2BCity%2Bvicinity, TN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER TN-1
Building/structure dates: 1905 initial construction
Significance: It was established in 1901 as the Mountain Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. The establishment of the Mountain Branch was based on a need to provide for the aging southern Civil War veterans who had remained loyal to the Union and a new generation of veterans, southern and northern, created by the Spanish-American War. The Home Branches appear to be the earliest integrated Federal facilities in the U.S...

Subjects
Farming
Medicine
Military Organizations


Related Names
Freelander
Veterans Administration


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. AERIAL VIEW OF BUILDINGS 1 AND 4 TAKEN FROM THE CLOCK TOWER OF BUILDING 34, THE GENERAL MESS, LOOKING WEST
2. VIEW OF BUILDINGS 1 and 4 FROM THE FRONT OF BUILDING 34, LOOKING WEST
3. VIEW OF BUILDINGS 1 and 4 FROM THE NORTHEAST. MOST OF THE FRONT FACADE OF BUILDING 1 IS VISIBLE ON THE LEFT
4. VIEW OF BUILDINGS 1 AND 4 FROM THE SOUTHEAST
5. VIEW LOOKING EAST SNOWING MAGNOLIA AVENUE AND THE WEST FACADES OF BUILDINGS 1 AND 4. PART OF BUILDING 34, THE GENERAL MESS, IS VISIBLE IN THE CENTER, AT THE TOP OF MAGNOLIA AVENUE
6. VIEW OF BUILDING 1 FROM THE SOUTHWEST, SNOWING PORTIONS OF THE SOUTH AND WEST FACADES. BUILDING 4 IS JUST VISIBLE THROUGH THE TREES ON THE LEFT
7. VIEW OF BUILDING 1 FROM THE SOUTH
8. WEST FACADE OF BUILDING 1
9. VIEW OF THE NORTH FACADE OF BUILDING 1
10. EAST END OF BUILDING 1 (negative reversed)
11. VIEW OF THE SOUTH FACADE OF BUILDING 4
12. WEST END OF BUILDING 4
13. VIEW OF THE NORTH FACADE OF BUILDING 4
14. VIEW OF THE EAST FACADE OF BUILDING 4 AND THE NORTH FACADE OF BUILDING 1


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