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Pigeon Forge (Tenn.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

“A Mountain Quiltfest” flyer

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.008
Scope and Contents

Flyer advertising “A Mountain Quiltfest” in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee on March 4-7, 2020.

Dates: 2020

Fort Weare brochure. (ephemera)

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Identifier: Ephemera 2013.003
Scope and Contents

Visit Fort Weare In The Great Smokies, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. ‘A Show for the Whole Family.’ Front cover has picture of elephant. Photographs on two inside pages and map of Fort Weare Game Park on back of brochure. Ca. 1950s? 1 pc. Ephemera.

Dates: 1950-1950

Hill-Billy Village, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Stationery.

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.047
Scope and Contents

Hill-Billy Village, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. stationery (8 x 10) (bright yellow with red letters)

Dates: 1960s

Historic River Hamlet of Pigeon Forge tour booklets

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Identifier: Ephemera 2022.026
Scope and Contents

Two booklets describing tours (one walking, one driving) of the Historic River Hamlet of Pigeon Forge. Both written by Allen Coggins.

Dates: 2008

Hugh Tyler photographic slides

 Collection
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...
Dates: 1950s

Merchant’s Account Book and Union Sunday School Minute Book.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0493
Scope and Contents

2 ledgers from Pigeon Forge, Tennessee where the Trotters and Wynnes lived. Ashley Wynne Trotter married Julia Belle Wynne. He was a dentist in Sevierville. They lived on Middle Creek Rd. and are buried in Middle Creek Cemetery. The first ledger is a general store ledger for Pigeon Forge, dated 1876-1877. The second is a ledger for the Union Sunday School Pigeon Forge, dated 1878-1882.

Dates: 1876 - 1882

Nomination for Marcia Nelson and Veta King for 2017 Community History Award

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Identifier: MM.2020.020
Scope and Contents

Nomination packet for 2017 Community History Award winners: Marcia Nelson (Pigeon Forge Public Library Directory) & Veta King (Pigeon Forge Public Library Staff Historian). Community History Awards given as part of the East Tennessee Historical Society’s yearly Awards of Excellence.

Includes DVD “Pigeon Forge Public Library Oral History Series - 2015 - Mr. Don Huskey - Pigeon Forge Memories DVD” and CD “Cornfields to Condos”

Dates: 2017

Old Mill Restaurant, various

 File
Identifier: Ephemera - Restaurants - Old Mill

“Pigeon Forge Pottery, 1946-1998.” (brochure)

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.078
Scope and Contents

Brochure about Donald Ferguson and his shop Pigeon Forge Pottery.

Dates: 1998; Event: 1946 - 1998

Pigeon Forge’s Chuck Wagon Cookoff flyer

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Identifier: Ephemera 2020.009
Scope and Contents

Flyer advertising Pigeon Forge’s Chuck Wagon Cookoff on April 4-5, 2020. Includes a list of activities, prices, event schedule.

Dates: 2020

Reel 3, 1948

 Item
Identifier: TAMIS F 2020.003.003
Scope and Contents Mildred, Gary, and the infant Mike Crowder pose for the camera in a dim room. Hubert and Gary examine various stationary airplanes at Knoxville Downtown Island Airport in Knoxville, TN. Patchy snow sits on the ground. Men in flight jackets and jumpsuits inspect a plane, which appears to be a Douglas DC-3, is stencilled "Kesterson Inc." and numbered "NC52200" on the tail. Albert Lowe and another man pose beside a hangar full of aircraft. Planes fly overhead and land on the runway....
Dates: 1948

Sevier County, Tenn. Chandler and McMahon documents .

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Identifier: MM.2018.018
Scope and Contents Sevier County, Tenn. Chandler and McMahon documents: “Rebel Yell,” “newspaper of the Rebel Railroad, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (vol. 18 no. 19); Receipt for payment on account of Mrs. M. E. Chandler (n.d.); carbon of letter written by Mrs. S. Timothy Chandler McMahon (May 16, 1960); Receipt from A. N. Cardwell General Merchandise, Boyd’s Creek to Mrs. Mary Chandler (188?); Chandler genealogy notes in pencil (n.d.); Essay “Mountains” (1877); Essay “All That’s Bright Must Fade”; Plat of lands in...
Dates: 1875-1890, 1960

Smoky Mountain Winter Experience information

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Identifier: Ephemera 2020.006
Scope and Contents The Smoky Mountain Winter Experience was held at the new Ramsey Hotel and Convention Center in Pigeon Forge January 27-29, 2020; a completely FREE event that celebrates the National Park and preservation. This event will predominately focus on Biology, The National Park and the natural world. The presentations and hikes will be geared towards adults. - from the website1) Excursion descriptions of guided hikes available during the Smoky Mountain Winter Experience in the Great...
Dates: 2020

Wilderness Wildlife Week, Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

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Identifier: Ephemera 2018.013
Scope and Contents

Wilderness Wildlife Week, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (2016)

Dates: 2016