|Name||Thuss, William Gustave|
|Other names||W. G. Thuss|
|Geographic location(s)||Corner of College and Union Streets, Nashville, Tennessee|
|Notes||Thuss opened his photography studio in Nashville in 1875, where he later formed a number of photographic business partnerships, including Charles Parel, Emil Koellein, and Carl Giers. Thuss joined his younger brother Andrew Joseph Thuss in to create their own studio in 1889.|
"Miss Forster and Miss Alice Hensley," c. 1875-1900, cabinet card, photograph by W. G. Thuss. Printed below image: Thuss Nashville, Tenn. Printed on reverse (text printed on an image of a banner encircled with flowers): W. G. Thuss, Corner College & Union Sts., (Entrance on Union St.) / Nashville, Tenn. / Copies of this picture can be had at any time / Neg. No. 10523 Cabinet card was inserted in album 1957.3.168, a photograph album that belonged to Frank H. McClung, Jr. Handwritten on album page below image, in pencil: Miss Forster - Miss Alice Hensley / Nashville
"Col. Matthew McClung," c. 1875-1900, cabinet card with photographic reproduction of a portrait painted in 1820, photograph by William Gustave Thuss. Printed below image, in gold ink: Thuss / McGavock Block Nashville, Tenn. On reverse is adhered a small white sheet of paper titled "Col. Matthew McClung / Photographed from a Miniature Painted in Philadelphia in 1820, when 26 years of age," followed by a biography of Col. McClung.