Claiborne Hall Entrance
Claiborne Hall Lobby
Walkway in Autumn
Hot tea / Crispy leaves / Good books / Reading nooks / Pages, changes / New old faces / November’s near / And Fall is here!
Camp Gailor-Maxon Outing
Desserts at a Party
Entrance to Alfred Duane Pell Library Building in Autumn
Flowers in the Kim Agee Memorial Courtyard
Alfred Duane Pell Library Entrance, closeup
Entrance Gates to DuBose
Pell Library Room
Original waterpump, late 1800's
Claiborne Hall 2nd Floor Porch
Porches are perfect for small ground discussions, or just to shoot the breeze after a day of hiking.
Charles K. Crump Pavilion
Art Barn Interior
DuBose Mug & Flowers
St. Andrew's Chapel ("Little Chapel")
DuBose Bell Tower
Courtyard (2010) - this tree has since been replanted, and there are a lot more flowers!
You haven’t had fun until you’ve gone NIGHT SWIMMING.
Claiborne in the Snow - Quiet Day 2016
Established in 2016 with the help of a grant from St. George’s Episcopal (Nashville), the DuBose Garden provides produce on a regular basis for the in-house dining services & area food banks. It also serves as an educational workshop location for local students and visiting groups.
Setting Summer Sun Over Dubose
Summer nights at DuBose are electric - you can feel the buzz of activity as a band camp marches back in from the field, as a conference meets for their final speaker under the pavilion, or as groups sing songs over the campfire.
DuBose - Front Drive
If you only have a quick ten minutes, a stroll around the front drive is just the ticket.
St. Augustine's Chapel (Nashville) helped plant some irises in the front yard of DuBose as part of a group service project.
Dining Hall set for a Rehearsal Dinner
Originally planted by the TN Baha’i School as a gift to the Center, the cherry blossom trees are right off the path leading through the Kim Agee Memorial Courtyard. The blossoms are in bloom mid-April through mid-May.