Joseph Reiff designed Clouston Hall, which was built by Edward G. Clouston in the 1830s. For many years it was the home of Dr. Daniel Cliffe, a prominent Franklin physician, whose father of the same name was one of Franklin’s earliest physicians. The house features exquisite Palladian windows and an elegant fanlight over the front doors. The building was one of the 44 field hospitals after the Battle of Franklin. Bloodstains and a cannonball scar still mar the original floors in the building. In the 20th century the building was the home of artist Bunn Gray. Today it houses Gallery 202, an art gallery carrying Gray’s legacy into the 21st century.