Cades Cove Chapel
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
C. A. and Emeline Gregory deed to H. W. Myres for land in Blount County, Tenn. February 1892. 400 acres in Blount County, 16th District, Cades Cove on the waters of Abrams Creek. ADS with witness statement from Ben Cunningham Clerk, and A. W. Shields’ examination of Emeline Gregory re: her acceptance of deed. 1 document (torn in 2 pcs.) with A. W. Shields’ statement glued to back.
5 framed color photographs of Cades Cove taken by Earl. W. Fox in 1973.
Research done by Henry R. Duncan, professor at the University of Tennessee College of Agriculture for many years. Collection includes his research on his records and correspondence re: Cades Cove and the people who lived there. Also includes correspondence, 1950s-1960s; material on the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club; clippings; printed material re: Great Smoky Mountains.
Jane Gray Buchanan Photograph Collection. Early inns & taverns of East Tennessee, and selected other photographs
Stereo transparencies (Ektachrome and Kodachrome). Includes Jim Thompson photos of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Box 1: 10 stereo transparencies/stereo duplicates. 2 of Cades Cove, Jan 1956; 8 ‘Grandpa Campbell’s former home in Tuckahoe,' 8-17-65 (IDs in ink on each mounting). Box 2: Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Jim Thompson photo. Stereo transparencies in plastic housing. Handwritten ID on printed label. 18 pcs. Box 3: Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Jim Thompson photo. Stereo transparencies in plastic housing. Handwritten ID on printed label. 15 pcs.