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Identifier: SPC 2019.093
Scope and Contents Commercial Color Slides of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Set “B” and “H” 5 slides per set. W. M. Cline Company Chattanooga Tenn.
Identifier: Artifact 2012.008
Scope and Contents “Dance, Wonderland Club Hotel, To-night at 9 P. M., Orchestra, Elkmont”. “Van Dykes, Univ. of Tenn. Dance Combo” hand-lettered at bottom. Black letters on white posterboard.
Identifier: PAS 0083
Scope and Contents Scrapbook compiled from hikes up Mt. LeConte over a 40 year period by compiler and her husband Bruce Adams. Includes photographs and stories.
Dates: 1969 - 2004
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.100
Scope and Contents Brochures: Williams Motel; Great Smoky Crafts-Arts Tour; Hotel Greystone; Sciential World of Science; Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Gatlinburg; Forbidden Caverns; Bristol Caverns; Hunter Hills Theatre; Trail of Tears; Gatlinburg Craft Center; The Riverside Hotel; Uncle Remus Route; Heritage Hall Craft Center; Goldrush Junction; Great Smoky Mountains National Park; Space Needle Observation Tower; Christus Biblical Gardens; Historic Ogle Cabin;Other items: Placemat from...
Identifier: Artifact 2009.003
Scope and Contents Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 75 Years, 1934-2009 (pin).
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.076
Scope and Contents Ephemera related to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 75th Anniversary, 2009
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.113
Scope and Contents Typed rules for Great Smoky Mountains National Park backcounty permits.
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.104
Scope and Contents 4 brochures (Homespun Valley Mountaineer Village, Bearskin Motel, Tuckaleechee Caverns)
Identifier: SPC 2020.023
Scope and Contents Hugh Tyler is the presumed photographer, except in the case of two Cline commercial slides of the Smokies. Some slides are labeled with a simple description. Most are undated, though a few date to 1955. The majority were taken in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and vicinity--subjects include Mount LeConte, Cades Cove, Pigeon Forge (Pigeon Forge Pottery and Old Mill), and Knoxville (Henley Bridge, river, downtown skyline, Main Street post office). The Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah...
Identifier: PC 0089
Scope and Contents Four albums of Thompson photographs, with b&w prints mounted on linen. Three albums of Great Smoky Mountains photographs and one of Knoxville scenes and businesses. These were rescued from the Thompsons building after a fire in the 1950s by Alva Harmon, a Knoxville Fire Dept. chief. The albums were slightly scorched and damaged by the fire and were given to Mr. Harmon by the Thompsons.Albums removed from binding and foldered in boxes by album. Box 1: Photographs of the Smokies -...
Identifier: Artifact 2014.009
Scope and Contents One uncirculated roll of quarters issued to honor the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 40 pcs. in one roll. Released January 29, 2014.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.056
Scope and Contents Great Smoky Mtns. National Park, "Our National Park", brochure, early 1930s (no date). Promo for Conservation Association headed by Chapman and Davis to get us the Park. Brochure opens to reveal a photo of Chimney Tops. "What The Park Will Mean To the People Of Tennessee" is the theme. Map on front.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.053
Scope and Contents Great Smoky Mountains Conservation Association, Knoxville (Tenn.), and Great Smoky Mountains, Inc. Asheville (N. C.), pamphlet, "Save Our Mountains." No date, early 1930s, 7 pages, photo illustrated pamphlet explains the current use of the lands, future use and restrictions, and makes an appeal for the Federal Government to step in and purchase the land, as it has in the past with other Parks, instead of making the purchase a burden on the citizens of the two states. Citizen purchase is also...
Identifier: MSC 0901
Scope and Contents Business and personal papers, photographs, documents of John Monroe Clark (1868-1950) of Blount County, Tennessee and the allied families of Cates, Brabson, Foute and Pinkerton. John Monroe Clark was a successful banker, civic leader, businessman, and an active participant in the movement to create the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He was instrumental in preserving and maintaining Clark’s Grove Cemetery and operated a large farm in Blount County. Other important individuals in the...
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.140
Scope and Contents Pamphlets: -Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Gatlinburg map -Fort Loudoun brochure (Vonore) -Tuckaleechee Caverns brochure (Townsend) -Chucky Jack brochures (two) -Skyland Motel brochure (Gatlinburg) -Rawlings Motel brochure (Gatlinburg) -Town Lodge Motel brochure (Knoxville) -Knoxville Airport Transit Service -Norris Dam fact sheet -Smoky Mountain Tours Company (Knoxville)
- Knoxville (Tenn.) 3
- Gatlinburg (Tenn.) 2
- Great Smoky Mountains Conservation Association 2
- Advertisements 1
- Agriculture 1
- Ambrotypes 1
- Anniversaries 1
- Artifacts 1
- Asheville (N.C.) 1
- Bank of Maryville 1
- Banks and banking 1
- Blount County (Tenn.) 1
- Brabson family 1
- Brabson, Benjamin D., 1809-1866 1
- Brabson, Elizabeth Toole, 1821-1894 1
- Brochures 1
- Cades Cove Chapel 1
- Cates family 1
- Cates, Benjamin B., 1865-1943 1 ∧ less