Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
American Historical Wax Museum (Gatlinburg, Tenn.)
Five unused postcards featuring Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 1) Marian G. Heard Resource Center Courtyard Mural 2) Arrowmont Red Barn 3) Marian G. Heard Resource Center Courtyard 4) Windgate Center for Wood 5) Arrowmont Woodturned Totems
Edith Swan. Guestbook from her cabin in Gatlinburg, Tenn., on Skyline Drive, McClain Addition. 1952-1969.
Edith Swan (1893-1970). Guestbook from her cabin in Gatlinburg, Tenn., on Skyline Drive. Received with a framed family chart for the Karns Family.
Gatlinburg tourism brochures (Homespun Valley Mountaineer Village; Christus Biblical Gardens; Chucky Jack, 1956; The Pi Beta Phi School, ca. 1944). (ephemera)
Four brochures re: tourist attractions in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Homespun Valley Mountaineer Village (includes map of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.); Christus Biblical Gardens; Chucky Jack, 1956; The Pi Beta Phi School, ca. 1944.
14 large mounted b&w photographs, 3 oversize unmounted b&w photographs; 19 photographic postcards (same images as oversize photographs). Subjects include: Church & schoolhouse; Little Greenbrier; Milas Messer making barrel hoops; Cove Creek, N.C.; Walker Sisters cabin; Whaley Motel, Gatlinburg, etc.
Isabel Gordon Carter research on Smoky Mountain families. 5x8” handwritten cards. + photocopy of article “Reduction of Variability In An Inbred Population” by Isabel Gordon Carter, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. XI, No. 3, April-June 1928.
Two brochures from the Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn.. One is B&W with A.J. Huff listed as manager and owner. Includes 1930 map of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The second brochure appears to be later (undated) and uses some color.
June 30, 1938, letter from Marie & June Anne (?) ‘written by ECS’ on letterhead stationery from the Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn., to Mr. C. G.(?) Kindred, Chicago, IL. ALS 3 pp. + envelope with 3 cent stamp and one unused postcard from Laurel Springs, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Back of stationery shows Scenes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Thompson’s Inc. Letter re: stay in the mountains and local people they met.
Print labeled Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Shop of Wiley Oakley. June 7, 1935. 1 sepia print with black paper from album on back, 3.5 x 5.5” 1 pc.
Smoky Sky Lift, Gatlinburg, Tenn. June 17, 1961. Photograph. Unidentified boy riding sky lift.
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)
The Trotter Family Collection contains materials descended through the prominent Sevier County, Tenn. Family. The Collection includes photograph albums of family members and travels, correspondence and other materials collected by Jess Wynn Trotter during her travels, scrapbooks containing historical clippings, and other ephemera related to the Trotter family.
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