Great Smoky Mountains
Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
Paul Wright, Maryville, Tenn., letter to Gracie. November 26, 1896 and letter from Papa to Gracie, June 6, 1899.
Poems. “Reversal” by Mabel Good Frantz; from “Nancy Hanks” by Katherine Garrison Chapin; and short essay “The Great Smokies” by Carlos C. Campbell.
Poems. “Reversal” by Mabel Good Frantz. ADS 1 pc. From “Nancy Hanks” by Katherine Garrison Chapin. 1939. ADS 1 pc. Short essay “The Great Smokies” by Carlos C. Campbell. August 28, 1939. B&W photograph of the Great Smoky Mountains attached to document. ADS 1 pc.
Robert Cook photograph albums with photographs of Great Smoky Mountains and Smoky Mountain Hiking Club; U. S. Bicentennial postage stamps
5 photograph albums of photographs of Great Smoky Mountains and Smoky Mountains Hiking Club (all in one box); 2nd box has one album of US Bicentennial postage stamps, 2 albums of postcards (most of mountains); album of photographs re: ETHS and related events. Most photographs taken by Robert Cook (Bob). Extra gift of photographs added 6/98. + last day cover from Baum’s Home of Flowers (June 30, 1942). (Books and ephemera also recd.; added to collection)
Includes glass slides and b&w photographic negatives.
Smoky Mountains, bear in tree, sugar cane extraction, Gatlinburg, molasses making, moonshining, snow, hunters, dead bear, corn harvesting, chapel, mill, Cable Mill, Cades Cove.
The Life of Hon. Joshua Caldwell by Mrs. George McCulley...” June 1938. Includes “Evening In the Great Smokies” poem by Dubose Heyward.
“The Life of Hon. Joshua Caldwell by Mrs. George McCulley. Read at a memorial meeting at the Blount Home held by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Knoxville, Tennessee. June 1938.” Carbon TS 6 pp. + title sheet + 1 page poem “Evening In the Great Smokies” by Dubose Heyward.
Three small paintings of the Great Smoky Mountains by Margaret Nine (1930- 2007) of Knoxville. Two of the Chimneys; one of the view from Morton Overlook. Ms. Nine was a Fellow of the National Association of Miniature Artisans and a member of the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts. Her husband, Arthur DeForrest Nine, preceded her in death. Both are buried in Highland Cemetery, Knoxville.
Approximately 200 separate reels of 16mm film of various lengths, totaling several thousand feet, representing Vic Weals' activities as a journalist, news stringer, and industrial filmmaker in East Tennessee from the 1950s to the 1970s. Weals was a columnist for the Knoxville Journal for several decades. The collection includes raw footage, pre-print materials, and preservation elements for a 1957 sponsored film promoting the Knox County school system.
’View from Alum Cave, Tennessee’ pencil drawing. Labeled in ink but not signed. Approx. 9.5 x 7” with rounded corners, paper glued to a blue paper backing. 1 pc.
Wonderland Club Hotel, Elkmont, Tenn.., brochure, No date. 1 pc. (ephemera)