Frontier Land Girls - Frontier Land
Title:
Frontier Land Girls - Frontier Land
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Color King


Bear Trap Gift Shop
Title:
Bear Trap Gift Shop
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Cherokee Indian reservation Gifts - Crafts - Souvenirs Indian & Mountain Handcrafted Gifts Genuine Indian Moccasins & Crafts Main Street Cherokee, N.C. 28719 (704) 497-4821 We Appreciate Your Business



Homestead Motel
Title:
Homestead Motel
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Homestead Motel Cherokee, North Carolina 28719 US Hwy 19E - Near Santa Land Modern Units. Air Conditioned - Color TV - Electric Heat - Combination Tub and shower - Wall to Wall Carpets - Heated Swimming Pool - Free Ice - Located convenient to Downtown. Master Charge - BankAmericard. Restaurants nearby. Telephone 704/497-9488


Craig's Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Craig's Motel & Restaurant
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Craig's Motel & Restaurant is located on the Cherokee Indian Reservation with 30 modern rooms, pool, kiddie pool, playground, and picnic tables by a scenic mountain creek. The restaurant adjoins the motel and both are close to all Cherokee attractions. This is a year round facility and tour groups are welcome! Rt. 1, Box 92, Hwy. 19 East, Cherokee, North Carolina 28791. 704-497-3821



Oconaluftee Indian Village
Title:
Oconaluftee Indian Village
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Focal point of the re-created 200-year-old community is the seven-sided Council House with its sacred fire and colorfully costumed chiefs and beloved woman holding sway to depict in trappings and story the ancient was of life of the Cherokee Indians


Newfound Lodge and Dining Room
Title:
Newfound Lodge and Dining Room
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1945 Aug-30

Description:
On N.C. Highway 107 in the Cherokee Indian Reservation



Chief Standing Deer, Cherokee Indian Reservation
Title:
Chief Standing Deer, Cherokee Indian Reservation
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Chief Standing Deer, one of the popular members of the Cherokee Indian Reservation, Cherokee, N.C. His signature, written in Cherokee script is shown in the lower right hand corner. The Indian Reservation is located on the eastern boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Qualla Park Shop
Title:
Qualla Park Shop
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Qualla Park Shop, Cherokee Indian Reservation, Cherokee, N. C.--This unique shop is located on N.C. Highway 107 in the Cherokee Indian Reservation at the west entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here you will find one of the largest and most complete collections of Hand-Made Indian and Mountain Crafts in this vicinity. Mrs. Irene Robinson, Proprietor and Manager



Boundary Tree Motor Court
Title:
Boundary Tree Motor Court
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Owned and operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Housekeeping and overnight cottages; dining room, service station and craft shop at the boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Trans Park Highway near US 19; phone 9142; open all year; recommended by Duncan Hines


Newfound Lodge
Title:
Newfound Lodge
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
"In the Cherokee Indian Reservation" - 1/4 mile from Great Smoky Mountains National Park - 1/2 mile from the Cherokee Drama, "Unto These Hills". U.S. Highway 441. 49 Modern Units. Electric Heat - Sleep by the roaring waters of the Oconaluftee River. Dining Room in connection. Steaks, Chops and County Hams our Specialty. Large Gift Shop, showing Cherokee made Indian crafts



Boundary Tree Motor Court
Title:
Boundary Tree Motor Court
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Owned and operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Housekeeping and Overnight Cottages. Dining Room, Service Station and Craft Shop at the boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Trans-Park Highway Near U.S. 19. Phone 9142. Open all year. Recommended by Duncan Hines


A Cherokee Indian Home
Title:
A Cherokee Indian Home
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Real Photo unused



The Qualla Co-Op
Title:
The Qualla Co-Op
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the official display and marketing center for Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual, Inc., of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. A truly beautiful shop showing only the very finest of the Cherokee Handicrafts. Unique in that it sells only authentic Cherokee made handicrafts. Here may be found a great variety of crafts of the Cherokee Indians: basketry, wood carving, wood turning, beadwork of original designs and others Dexter Press


Home of a Cherokee Indian Pottery Maker
Title:
Home of a Cherokee Indian Pottery Maker
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Real Photo unused



Mountainside Theatre
Title:
Mountainside Theatre
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Walter Cline This is the entrance to Mountainside Theatre, the 2900 capacity show place where thre great Cherokee Indian drama, Unto These Hills, is shown each summer from late June through Labor Day, nightly except Monday Color King Natural Color Card


Qualla Park Shop
Title:
Qualla Park Shop
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
This unique shop is located on N.C. Highway 107 in the Cherokee Indian Reservation at the west entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here you will find one of the largest and most complete collections of Hand-Made Indian and Mountain Crafts in this vicinity. Mrs. Irene Robinson, Proprietor and Manager Tichnor Bros



Indian Basket Makers
Title:
Indian Basket Makers
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 567, 9A-H2100 Chief Standing Deer's wife and daughter making baskets in front of their home. The Indian Reservation is located on the Eastern Boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Drama Motel
Title:
Drama Motel
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Set on Banks of Oconaluftee River, Best Trout Stream in Great Smoky Mountains. At entrance to Cherokee Drama, “Unto These Hills.” Large modern units, wall to wall carpet, Color TV –Am/Fm Radio, Electric Heat, Air Conditioned, Combination Tub and Shower With Separate Dressing Room, Restaurant, Laundromat



Golden Eagle Motel
Title:
Golden Eagle Motel
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
20 modern units at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains 11/2 miles south on U.S. Highway 441. Conveniently located to dining room and "Unto These Hills" Saddle Horses


A Primitive Hunter. Cherokee Indian With Bow and Arrow
Title:
A Primitive Hunter. Cherokee Indian With Bow and Arrow
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
On Cherokee Indian Reservation. Cherokee, N. C



Drama Motel, U. S. 441
Title:
Drama Motel, U. S. 441
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 93325-D Cable Television – Electric Heat – Air Conditioning – Ceramic Tile Combination Tub and Shower, With Separate Dressing Room – Direct Dial Phone. At Entrance to Cherokee Drama, “Unto These Hills”, on Banks of Oconaluftee River, Best Trout Stream in Eastern America


Unto These Hills
Title:
Unto These Hills
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Series CM-19 The centuries-old, colorful cherokee Indian Eagle Dance is recreated in the summer-long historical drama, “Unto These Hills,” at Mountainside Theatre. This spectacular dance has been handed down through a thousand years of tribal ritual.



Oconaluftee Visitors Center
Title:
Oconaluftee Visitors Center
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1973

Description:
Series 47032-C At the southern entrance to the Great Smoky, Mountains National Park, this Ranger Station and Pioneer Museum displays pioneer artifacts covering nearly two centuries of life in the Southern High lands.


Mountainside Theatre
Title:
Mountainside Theatre
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1960 Sep-05

Description:
Home of "Unto These Hills," the colorful, authentic drama of the Cherokee Indian which plays nightly except Monday each year from the last Saturday in June through Labor Day. Carved out of a mountainside in the shadow of the Grate Smokies, the theatre seats 2900 persons to comfortable chair-back seats.



Colorful Indian Dancers Performing Traditional Tribal And Ceremonial Dances
Title:
Colorful Indian Dancers Performing Traditional Tribal And Ceremonial Dances
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Colorful Indian Dancers performing tribal and ceremonial dances at Indian Territory, U.S.A. Frontier Land - Cherokee, N. C.


Oconaluftee Visitors Center
Title:
Oconaluftee Visitors Center
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
At the southern entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this Ranger Station and Pioneer Museum displays pioneer artifacts covering nearly two centuries of life in the Southern Highlands.



The Mountainside Theatre
Title:
The Mountainside Theatre
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mountainside Theatre was created from a natural amphitheatre in the hills above the Indian Village of Cherokee, N.C. In this sylvan setting, in the shadow of the everlasting peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains, is presented the drama “Unto These Hills” a moving and authentic saga of the Cherokee Indians and their mountaineer neighbors. It is the story of the handful of Cherokees who hid in the Great Smokies rather than move west on The Trail of Tears. Through their descendants, Indian customs and mountain traditions, fast becoming extinct, are being revived and preserved.


Boundary Tree Motor Court
Title:
Boundary Tree Motor Court
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1952 Aug-14

Description:
Housekeeping and Overnight Cottages. Dining service Station and Craft Shop at the boundary at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on trams park Highway Near U.S. 19



Museum Of The Cherokee Indian, U. S. 441 at Darma Road
Title:
Museum Of The Cherokee Indian, U. S. 441 at Darma Road
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
A Non-profit corporation owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The 1.5 million dollar museum stands as a monumental tribute to the Cherokee culture and history


The Party House, Santa's Land
Title:
The Party House, Santa's Land
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Here is Santa's own storybook village; on the Cherokee Indian Reservation in Western North Carolina. Here Christmas remains the year around and St. Nick himself is here to greet you. Here is enchantment and adventure for the young and young-at-heart. Visit the many establishments in Santa's Land; Santa's work shop, The School House, The Nativity, The Post Office, The North Pole and many, many is a Family Fun Spot that you will long remember!



Tsali Surrenders To The Army In The Cherokee Drama
Title:
Tsali Surrenders To The Army In The Cherokee Drama
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Tsali Surrenders to the army in the Cherokee Drama "Unto These Hills." This famous outdoor drama is presented each Summer on the Cherokee Reservation and Recounts the bitter-sweet story of the Cherokee and their removal to Oklahoma.


Beautiful Designs Are Originated By Cherokee Women In Their Beadwork
Title:
Beautiful Designs Are Originated By Cherokee Women In Their Beadwork
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Using the methods of their ancestors in the setting of a re-created Indian Village of 200 years ago these Cherokee women show the artistic talent of their people



Little Carl
Title:
Little Carl
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Cherokee Indian Reservation, North Carolina. The Qualla Reservation on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the home of more than 3000 Cherokees belonging to the Eastern Band.


Pottery Workers
Title:
Pottery Workers
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Using age-old methods of their ancestors the Cherokee women form native clay into useful and beautiful objects. This "Living Village" of 200 year old Cherokee home life and crafts was conceived by the non-profit Cherokee historical Association ad part of its program to perpetuate the history and traditions of the Cherokee Indian.



Spade Catolster
Title:
Spade Catolster
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Spade Catolster - Cherokee Indian - Cherokee Indian reservation, North Carolina. The Qualla Reservation, home of the Eastern Band of Cherokees, is located on the southern boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. More than 3000 Cherokees live here today.


Cherokee Indian
Title:
Cherokee Indian
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Qualla Reservation is the home of some 3000 Cherokees belonging to the Eastern Band



Jessie J. Lossie
Title:
Jessie J. Lossie
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Jessie J. Lossie - Cherokee Indian - On the banks of the Oconaluftee River, Cherokee Indian Reservation, North Carolina. The qualla Reservation on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the home of more than 3000 Cherokees belonging to the Eastern Band.


Indian Princess
Title:
Indian Princess
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
This Cherokee child makes a charming picture against the beauty of the Cherokee Indian Reservation. Here 3000 or more Cherokees of the Eastern Band live and work



Museum Of The Cherokee Indian, U. S. 441 at Darma Road
Title:
Museum Of The Cherokee Indian, U. S. 441 at Darma Road
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Museum of the Cherokee Indian U.S. 441 at Drama Road Cherokee, North Carolina 28719. A non-profit corporation owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The 1.5 million dollar museum stands as a monumental tribute to the Cherokee culture and history. Phone: 704-497-3481.


Henry Ray Lambert
Title:
Henry Ray Lambert
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Henry Ray Lambert, Cherokee Indian Cherokee Indian Reservation Cherokee, N.C. Here on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is located the Cherokee Reservation. Over 3000 Cherokee Indians live on the reservation; and they are the descendents of those hardy Cherokees that ran away into the rugged heart of the smokies to keep from being removed to Oklahoma.



Cherokee Indian Pottery Makers, Oconaluftee Indian Village
Title:
Cherokee Indian Pottery Makers, Oconaluftee Indian Village
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Cherokee Indian Pottery Makers Oconaluftee Indian Village Cherokee, N.C. Indian Women, with skill born of long practice and a rich heritage, spin coils of clay into pots without a potters wheel. Theirs is a kind of genius in their hands, turning common clay into objects of lasting beauty and utility.


Greetings From Cherokee
Title:
Greetings From Cherokee
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Jessie Lossie – Cherokee Indian. 2. Mountainside Theater. 3. Scene in Oconaluftee Indian Village. 4. Pottery Making. 5. Daniel Hornbuckle -Cherokee Indian 6. The Old Mill 7. Little Carl. 8. Cherokee Sky High Chair Lift. 9. Eagle Dance – Unto These Hills



Main Business Section Of Cherokee
Title:
Main Business Section Of Cherokee
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


Our Lady Of Guadalupe Catholic Church
Title:
Our Lady Of Guadalupe Catholic Church
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Seven-sided Church building blending the sacred symbols of the ancient Cherokee Indian with those of Christianity. First Catholic church to be built (1966) on the Cherokee Indian Reservation 426 years after the first missionaries brought the world of Christ among the Cherokee as they accompanied DeSoto's expedition into the Wilderness



Oconaluftee Indian Village
Title:
Oconaluftee Indian Village
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1962 Aug-10

Description:
An ancient way of life is being revived in a re-created 200 year old Cherokee Indian Community where old techniques, such as pottery making, are being carried on. This Cherokee artizan, one of the last of her profession. Molds pots and other vessels out of clay by hand and without use of the wheel. The village is open daily from May through October.


Main Business Section Of Cherokee
Title:
Main Business Section Of Cherokee
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused



Cherokee Indian Methodist Church
Title:
Cherokee Indian Methodist Church
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Cherokee Indian Methodist Church - 3 miles East of the villege of Cherokee, North Carolina, on U.S. 19, near the site of the Old Mossion (Methodist) begun about 1840 following the "Trail of Tears". The Methodist Church's ministry to the Cherokee Indian has continued almost uninterrupted since 1822.


Oconaluftee Indian Village
Title:
Oconaluftee Indian Village
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
A re-created 200-year-old Cherokee Indian community where the visitor can see what life was like before the white man tamed the American wilderness. This is one of the earliest known types of Cherokee home, a structure of woven river cane and covered with clay. The village is open daily from May through October.



Boundary Tree Motor Court
Title:
Boundary Tree Motor Court
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Housekeeping and Overnight Cottages. Dining Room, Service Station and Craft Shop at eh boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Trans-Park Highway Near U. s. 19. Phone 9142. Open all year. Recommended by Duncan Hines.


An Exhibition Of Skill By A Cherokee Marksman
Title:
An Exhibition Of Skill By A Cherokee Marksman
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
With bow and arrow. Cherokee Indian Reservation



A Primitive Hunter
Title:
A Primitive Hunter
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Cherokee Indian with bow and arrow. On Cherokee Indian Reservation


The Mountainside Theatre
Title:
The Mountainside Theatre
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mountainside Theatre has been created from a natural amphitheatre in the hills above the Indian Village of Cherokee. In this sylvan setting, in the shadow of the everlasting peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains, will be presented a moving and authentic saga of Cherokee Indians and their mountaineer neighbors. It is the Story of the handful of Cherokees who hid in the Great Smokies rather than move west on The Trail of Tears. Through their descendants, Indian customs and mountain traditions, fast becoming extinct, are being revived and preserved.



The Mountainside theatre
Title:
The Mountainside theatre
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mountainside theatre was created from a natural amphitheatre in the hills above the Indian Village of Cherokee, N.C. In this sylvan setting, in the shadow of the everlasting peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains, is presented the drama "Unto These Hills" - a moving and authentic saga of the Cherokee Indians and their mountaineer neighbors. It is the story of the handful of Cherokees who hid in the Great Smokies rather than move west on The Trail of Tears. Though their descendants, Indian customs and mountain traditions, fast becoming extinct, are being revived and preserved.


Craig's Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Craig's Motel & Restaurant
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Craig's Motel & Restaurant is located on the Cherokee Indian Reservation with 30 modern rooms, pool, kiddie pool, playground, and picnic tables by a scenic mountain creek. The restaurant adjoins the motel and both are close to all Cherokee attractions. This is a year round facility and tour groups are welcome! Rt. 1, Box 92, Hwy. 19 East Cherokee, North Caroline 28719 704-497-3821



Cheif Motel
Title:
Cheif Motel
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome

Description:
on US 19. Heart of the Indian Reservation. Home of the fabulous drama "Unto These Hills" Eastern entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park; 32 units; wall to wall carpets; Beautyrest mattresses; all tile baths; private pool for guests; picnic area; for reservations write, wire or phone 3701


Episcopal Chapel of St. Francis of Assisi
Title:
Episcopal Chapel of St. Francis of Assisi
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Real Photo PM 1959 Aug-22



The Pink Motel
Title:
The Pink Motel
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
In the Cherokee Indian Reservation. 1/4 mile from the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. 1/2 mile from the Mountainside Theater, home of "Unto These Hills". US Highway 441. 20 modern units. Ceramic tile baths, with tub and shower. Electric heat. Beautiful view of the Oconalultee River from your back porch. Phone Cherokee 3390


Last Chance Saloon - Deadwood Gulch - Frontier Land
Title:
Last Chance Saloon - Deadwood Gulch - Frontier Land
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Can-Can Dancers at the Last Chance Saloon - Grandpa was right when he said remember the Good Old Days



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
On the Cherokee Indian Reservation - Entrance to Great Smokey Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway - Home of "Unto These Hills," America's foremost outdoor drama. Indoor pool. Saunas. Whirlpool and Racquet Ball. Excellent Dining Facilities. Gift SHop


Aerial View of US 441
Title:
Aerial View of US 441
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome

Description:
In the Cherokee Indian Reservation



Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1961 Jul-11


A Street Scene of Cherokee, North Carolina
Title:
A Street Scene of Cherokee, North Carolina
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
A STREET SCENE OF CHEROKEE, NORTH CAROLINA Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, in North Carolina, is through colorful Cherokee, home of the Eastern Band of Cherokees whose domain is 50,000 acre Qualla Reservation, largest in the East



Indian School by Moonlight
Title:
Indian School by Moonlight
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Showing Government Administration Building at left


N-412 Cherokee, N.C. by Moonlight, Noble Mountain in background E4723
Title:
N-412 Cherokee, N.C. by Moonlight, Noble Mountain in background E4723
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
This space for writing messages Published by Ashevill Post Card co., Asheville, N.C. Post Card Place Stamp Here



Native-Made Articles on Display in one of the stores on Cherokee Indian Reservation
Title:
Native-Made Articles on Display in one of the stores on Cherokee Indian Reservation
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Cherokee
Title:
Cherokee
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1956 Aug-08

Description:
This view is looking down on the business section of the Cherokee Indian Reservation. The Eastern Bond of Cherokees, numbering more than 3000 live here on the Qualla Reservation on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.



Entrance To Mountainside Theatre
Title:
Entrance To Mountainside Theatre
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1958 Nov-25

Description:
The Indian Drama “Unto These Hills,” based on the history of the Cherokee Indian Nation, is presented here each summer to capacity crowds.


Panoramic View Of Cherokee Indian Reservation
Title:
Panoramic View Of Cherokee Indian Reservation
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1957 Apr-15

Description:
Cherokee, North Carolina, is the eastern entrance to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and is the Qualla Reservation for eh East Bond of Cherokees. Below may be seen the buildings and land of the Cherokee Indian School, Highway U.S. 441 the Oconaluftee River.



Princess Henrietta
Title:
Princess Henrietta
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
In her colorful costume , Princess Henrietta, daughter of "Chief Henry," provides a beautiful setting at Indian Creek near Cherokee, North Carolina.


Cherokee
Title:
Cherokee
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Cherokee North Carolina – This view shows the business section of the Qualla Indian Reservation the home of the Eastern Band of Cherokees numbering more than 3000. Cherokee is also the Eastern Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park



Arrowhead Motel, U. S. 19
Title:
Arrowhead Motel, U. S. 19
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Arrowhead Motel. Located on U.S. 19 in the Great Smoky Mountains, 41/2 miles West of Cherokee, N.C. And the Indian Drama “Unto These Hills”. 21 new and modern units, some with kitchenettes. Air conditioned T.V. Lounge. Outdoor grills and recreational facilities for our guests. Walking distance to two new restaurants. Owned and operated by Mr. And Mrs. Melvin W. Booth, Route #1, Bryson City, N/C. Phone 9290.


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1959 Aug-22



Indian Family Cherokee Indian Reservation
Title:
Indian Family Cherokee Indian Reservation
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
The Cherokees today number over 3000 on the reservation here. They are descendents of those who hid in the Smokies when the Cherokee removal to Oklahoma began in 1838


Newfound Lodge And Dining Room
Title:
Newfound Lodge And Dining Room
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
On N. C. Highway 107 in the cherokee Indian Reservation. Modern Cottages Private Showers Newfound Lodge Lois Q. Wright, Manager Cherokee, N. C. In the Cherokee Indian Reservation, 1/4 Mile form the great smoky Mountains National Park. N. C. Highway No. 107 Pure Mountain Water - swimming, fishing hiking dining room Indian Crafts.





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