Woodlawn Court
Title:
Woodlawn Court
Paris Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
4 Miles East of Paris, Tenn. on U.S. 79. Near Ky. Lake. Sportsman's Paradise. Home Cooked Meals - Electric Heat - Air-Conditioned. Private or connecting baths.


Main Dining Room, "The Inn" - Paris Landing State Park
Title:
Main Dining Room, "The Inn" - Paris Landing State Park
Paris Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
OVERLOOKING KENTUCKY LAKE 18 miles from Paris, Tennessee, is this most modern State owned Inn



Murray State University's Marching Thoroughbreds Band
Title:
Murray State University's Marching Thoroughbreds Band
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Performs on the artificial turf of the University's new 16,800 seat Roy Stewart Stadium during halftime ceremonies at the first game played in the new $6 million facility Sept. 15, 1973, which also houses the Department of Physical Education, heath and recreation and the Reserve Officers Training Corps


Air-view of downtown Paris, Tennessee
Title:
Air-view of downtown Paris, Tennessee
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Air-view, looking south-east, of downtown Paris, County seat of Henry County. Paris is only 15 miles from Kentucky Lake and the "Gateway to Land Between the Lakes."



The Inn of Paris Landing State Park
Title:
The Inn of Paris Landing State Park
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A 60-room, fully air-conditioned Inn and Restaurant--open the year 'round. Each guest room has a private balcony overlooking the lake. The park, consisting of 1,200 acres on the world's largest "man made lake"--T. V. A.'s Kentucky Lake--offers archery, horseback riding, boating, camping, and a full range of recreational activities. Located on U. S. Highway 79, 100 miles west of Nashville near Paris, Tennessee


Henry County Court House
Title:
Henry County Court House
Paris Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Thompson's Community Service



Greetings from Paris Landing State Park
Title:
Greetings from Paris Landing State Park
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This state park, near Paris, Tennessee, offers excellent recreational facilities and tourist interests. A new state owned inn is within the park area. There are two modern swimming pools available - one for guests at Paris Landing Inn and a public swimming pool in the park. Complete tourists accommodations and resorts are nearby


Paris, Tennessee
Title:
Paris, Tennessee
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Air-view, looking south - east, of downtown Paris, County seat of Henry County. Paris is only 15 miles from Kentucky Lake and the "Gateway to Land Between the Lakes."



Paris Tennessee
Title:
Paris Tennessee
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This Sesqentennial view of tthe north side of the court square was made the week of Sapt. 26 Oct. 4. 1973. Henry County wet then celebrating the 150th year of history and prosperity


Church Of Christ, East Wood Street
Title:
Church Of Christ, East Wood Street
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern, recently constructed, Church has enjoyed a remarkable growth in membership and is considered one of the outstanding churches of this city. It extends a warm Christ like, welcome to those who are new residents or visitors in the community.



First Baptist Church, N. Poplar & Ruff Street
Title:
First Baptist Church, N. Poplar & Ruff Street
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the third building on the same location. This structure was completed the centennial year of Paris (1923). The original church organization was August 29th, 1833. The first, temporary, structure was constructed in 1836 being one of the earliest established churches of Henry County, Tennessee.


Church Of Christ
Title:
Church Of Christ
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
EAST WOOD STREET THIS MODERN RECENTLY CONSTRUCTED, CHURCH HAS ENJOYED A REMARKABLE GROWTH IN MEMBERSHIP AND IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING CHURCHES OF THIS CITY. IT EXTENDS A WARM CHRISTLIKE, WELCOME TO THOSE WHO ARE NEW RESIDENTS OR VISITORS IN THE COMMUNITY



First Bapist Church
Title:
First Bapist Church
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
NORTH POPULAR AND RUFF STREET THIS IS THE THIRD BUILDING ON THE SAME LOCATION. THIS STRUCTURE WAS COMPLETED THE CENTENNIAL YEAR OF PARIS (1923). THE EDUCATIONAL WING WAS DEDICATED OCTOBER 1966. THE ORIGINAL CHURCH ORGANIZATION WAS AUGUST 29TH, 1833 THE FIRST, TEMPORARY, STRUCTURE WAS DEDICATED IN 1836 BEING ONE OF THE EARILIEST ESTABLISHED CHURCHES OF HENRY COUNTRY, TENNESSEE


Greetings From Paris
Title:
Greetings From Paris
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The lower area of the great Tennessee Valley is totally unlike any other section of this great country. It is a land that lives on the tradition of southern hospitality and the deep throated echo of steamboat whistles, cotton plantations and some of the most interesting prehistoric, pioneer and Confederate history.



The Boat Dock And Harbor On Kentucky Lake, Paris Landing State Park
Title:
The Boat Dock And Harbor On Kentucky Lake, Paris Landing State Park
Paris Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A park consisting of 1,200 acres on the world's largest "Man Made lake" - T. V. A.'s Kentucky Lake - offering archery, horseback riding, boating, camping, and a full range of recreational activities. A 600 room, fully air-conditioned inn and restaurant open the year round. Each guest room has a private balcony overlooking the lake. Located on U. S. Highway 79, 100 miles west of Nashville near Paris. Tennessee.


Confederate Monument Court House Lawn Paris
Title:
Confederate Monument Court House Lawn Paris
Paris Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
No country ever had truer sons,No cause noble champions ,No people bilder defenders.The battle of paris was fought March 11 th ,1862,in the vicinity of Forest heights,on the West margin of the city.H.Clay King's First Kentucky Battalion of Cavalry with Stack's and McCutchen's unattached companish of Tennessee Cavalry,were the Confederate defenders.Confederate losses were some twenty killed and wounded ,the U.S.Forces lost some sixty to eighty men including the commander opf their Cavalry and the captain of their battery of artillery



U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Paris Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Henry County Court House
Title:
Henry County Court House
Paris Tennessee (TN), Linen unused





Total: 18 Items