Gray’s Map of the City of Nashville was first published at the end of the 19th century. It was hand colored and shows general streets as well as numbered administrative wards. At the time, Nashville was home to about 80 000 people. This map will be a charming addition to any home, and should fit in effortlessly with existing decor. It is equally well suited for modern as well as traditional spaces. While the map is predominantly sepia-toned, the Cumberland River, on which Nashville lies, is accented by a cool shade of blue.