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Deadrick-Taylor House, U.S. Highway 11-E, Morristown, Hamblen County, TN



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B&W Photos

HB1082583
Historic American Buildings Survey, W

HB1082584
Historic American Buildings Survey, W

HB1082585
Historic American Buildings Survey, W

HB1082586
Historic American Buildings Survey, W

HB1082587
Historic American Buildings Survey, W


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Supplemental Material


Item Title


Location
U.S. Highway 11-E, Morristown, TN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS TN-97
Building/structure dates: 172 initial construction

Related Names
Deaderick, Judge. Charles


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey, W. Jeter Eason, Deputy District Officer- Photographer June 12, 1936 VIEW OF BOXWOOD APPROACH SLAVE OFFICE TO EXTREME RIGHT.
2. Historic American Buildings Survey, W. Jeter Eason, Deputy District Officer- Photographer June 12, 1936 GENERAL VIEW SHOWING FRONT OF HOUSE- WELL HOUSE- MOTHER-IN-LAW WING- AND SLAVE OFFICE.
3. Historic American Buildings Survey, W. Jeter Eason, Deputy District Officer- Photographer June 12, 1936 REAR VIEW (LOOKING SOUTH WEST) SHOWING SERVICE WING.
4. Historic American Buildings Survey, W. Jeter Eason, Deputy District Officer- Photographer June 12, 1936 DETAIL OF FRONT DOOR AND WINDOW.
5. Historic American Buildings Survey, W. Jeter Eason, Deputy District Officer- Photographer DETAIL OF WOODWORK ON FRONT SHOWING WINDOWS, PORCH, CORNICE, AND PUMP HOUSE.


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