Tag Archives: Louise ‘Dede’ Bullard Wallace (1935-1969)

Prep Prattle: Nashville Teen Life, Early 1950s

Gannett has not even bothered to market a service it’s offering that will delight scores of Nashville-history nerds. The entire archive of The Tennessean and its predecessors, dating back to the early 19th century, is now available in digital, searchable form … Continue reading

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This week in Nashville history: More of Morton, plus Nixon in ’60

Eighty years ago this week, venerable Nashville Banner scribe 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. 5 Oct. 1930: “President Cleveland, … Continue reading

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