Tag Archives: Arthur St. Clair Colyar (1818-1907)

This week in Nashville history: Goodbye, hello

Departures and arrivals figure prominently in this week of Nashville history. December 13 was the date of at least three notable Nashville demises in the first half of the 20th century, as noted in this NashvillePost.com history item from 2005: … Continue reading

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This week in Nashville history: Newshounds of the 1880s

Eighty years ago this week, the Nashville Banner‘s Marmaduke Morton continued his 12-part series on “The Colorful Eighties in Nashville,” reflecting on the city he had encountered as a cub reporter a half-century earlier. 12 Oct. 1930: “Revolution in Newspapers … Continue reading

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