Bronze Scrollwork from a Ship's Bow - Centennial Park, Nashville (RQ0A0991)Keith Dotson Photography
Black and white photograph of a concrete ship's bow monument to the USS Tennessee (later renamed the "Memphis"), an armored cruiser launched in 1904. The monument, located in Nashville's Centennial Park, features the actual bronze scrollwork from her bow, which was removed from the ship in 1909. The Memphis was shipwrecked in 1916. The name "USS Tennessee" was reassigned to a battleship.
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