Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Bringing Tourists to Town. National Trust for Historic Preservation & Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Workshop (1986).
Bringing Tourists to Town. National Trust for Historic Preservation & Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Workshop (1986)
Promotional booklet with list and information on sites of country music history across Tennessee to correlate with the release of Ken Burn’s documentary on country music. When visiting a site, the booklet owner could get the booklet stamped. Prizes were available depending on number of stamps. Program ran from October 2019 through October 2022 through the State of Tennessee’s Department of Tourist Development.
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.
Two booklets describing tours (one walking, one driving) of the Historic River Hamlet of Pigeon Forge. Both written by Allen Coggins.
Knoxville (Tenn.) Official Visitors Guide published by Knoxville Tourism and Sports Corporation, 2004. Includes information about activities and businesses in Knoxville and Knox County.
Color brochure “The Great Smoky Mts. Knoxville The Great Lakes of the South”
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.
Smoky Sky Lift, Gatlinburg, Tenn. June 17, 1961. Photograph. Unidentified boy riding sky lift.
“The War of 1812 in Tennessee Driving Tour Survey” David, Calease, Layton Carr, Keith Schumann. A Paper done for Dr. Carroll Van West, History 6610, December 15, 2010.