Black and white photograph of a beautiful architectural detail on a historic building in Nashville's Lower Broadway honky tonk district at 2nd Avenue. The structure is currently home to Hard Rock Cafe's gift shop, but opened in the 1890s as the Silver Dollar Saloon, serving riverboat men from the nearby Cumberland River. Also known as the V. E. Schwab Building.
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Black and white photograph of a beautiful architectural detail on a historic building in Nashville's Lower Broadway honky tonk district at 2nd Avenue. The structure is currently home to Hard Rock Cafe's gift shop, but opened in the 1890s as the Silver Dollar Saloon, serving riverboat men from the nearby Cumberland River. Also known as the V. E. Schwab Building.

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