A. I. Heath, TN 1920
A. I. Heath, the old Reb, in his dotage, Tennessee 1920: A. I. Heath, now blind and deaf, sat in his north Sumner County, TN, garden with his wife Patsy and his dog, for this photo. He had been a blacksmith, Confederate munitions maker, and Confederate soldier. He and his boys also traveled the country making music for dances and shindigs; he was a mean fiddler, and his old instrument can now be seen in Trousdale House, Gallatin TN. A. I. died in 1922.
- Album: Family Homes