At the same time, the development of lithographic printing in the 1870s allowed companies to print eye-catching color advertisements cheaply. […]
This exhibition looks at consumer culture during the American Gilded Age, and how its unprecedented access to goods meant that what one owned became an important way to assert one’s identity.
From building materials and sacred goddesses, to dishes and military boots, the objects in this exhibit give us a glimpse into the everyday lives of soldiers and civilians who lived on the Roman Frontier.
To celebrate the centennial of the TOS, the museum is displaying fifty-six engravings and lithographs featuring the birds of Tennessee.
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