Lewis County Courthouse
Title:
Lewis County Courthouse
Hohenwald Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Established 1843; named in honor of Meriwether Lewis, Captain in the Army of the United States and one time secretary to President Jefferson. Later co-commander of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Northwest. Enroute to Washington in 1809, he died violently at the spot on the Natches Trace, now marked by the National Monument bearing his name. The Park is near Hohenwald, the county seat of Lewis County.


Crockett County Courthouse
Title:
Crockett County Courthouse
Alamo Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
McMinnville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Perry County Courthouse
Title:
Perry County Courthouse
Linden Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Fayette County Court House
Title:
Fayette County Court House
Somerville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Fayette County, Tenn. Established 1824; named in honor of Marquis De Lafayette A French nobleman, patriot and distinguished soldier who rendered invaluable service to the American Colonies during the Revolutionary War.


Hickman County Courthouse
Title:
Hickman County Courthouse
Centerville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Hickman County was established in 1807. It was named in honor of Edwin hickman, a long hunter and galiant explorer who was killed by Indians near the present site of Centerville in 1791.



Stewart County Courthouse
Title:
Stewart County Courthouse
Dover Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Stewart County was established in 1803; it was named in honor of Duncan Stewart who was a Revolutionary veteran and one of the first settlers in the area. This courthouse was dedicated 1965.


Dickson County Courthouse
Title:
Dickson County Courthouse
Charlotte Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Perry County Courthouse
Title:
Perry County Courthouse
Linden Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The county was established in 1819; named in honor of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry who served in the naval war with Tripoli; in 1809, built and commanded a fleet of gunboats. In 1813, commanding the fleet he had built, recruited and organized on Lake Erie he met a British fleet in battle, resulting in his famous message, "We have met the enemy and they are ours".


Great Western Furnace
Title:
Great Western Furnace
Model Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Carroll County Court House
Title:
Carroll County Court House
Huntingdon Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Carroll County, one of the largest counties of West Tennessee and principal trade center of a large area is surrounded by a progressive farming and industrial area. McKenzie, Trezevant, Bruceton, Hollow Rock, Clarksburg, Cedar Grove, and McLemoresville are other trade and educational centers of this fast growing and progressive community.


Cloyd Hotel
Title:
Cloyd Hotel
Red Boiling Springs Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1946 Aug-29



Perry County Courthouse
Title:
Perry County Courthouse
Linden Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The county was established 1819; named in honor of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry who served in the naval war with Tripoli; in 1809, built and commanded a fleet of gunboats. In 1813, commanding the fleet he had built, recruited and organized on Lake Erie he met a British fleet in battle, resulting in his famous message, "We have met the enemy and they are ours".


Mount Vernon Motel
Title:
Mount Vernon Motel
Knoxville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



The Pines Motel
Title:
The Pines Motel
Oneida Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1954 Aug-6


Sandman Motor Lodge
Title:
Sandman Motor Lodge
Rogersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Alcoa Motel
Title:
Alcoa Motel
Alcoa Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Stuckey's Fine Pecan Candies
Title:
Stuckey's Fine Pecan Candies
Jasper Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
At intersection US 72 and 41 & 64.



Lost Lake Sea and Caverns
Title:
Lost Lake Sea and Caverns
Sweetwater Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused


Pines Motel
Title:
Pines Motel
White Pine Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1979 May-15



Johnny Cash's Office
Title:
Johnny Cash's Office
Hendersonville Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused


Norris Dam
Title:
Norris Dam
Andersonville Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Missionary Baptist Church
Title:
Missionary Baptist Church
Greenfield Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused

Description:
Mrs. Powell Curt Teich & Co.


Dixie Highway
Title:
Dixie Highway
Sequatchie Valley Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1944 Feb-11



Beersheba Springs Hotel
Title:
Beersheba Springs Hotel
Beersheba Springs Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Drive-In at Tennessee Village of 1800
Title:
Drive-In at Tennessee Village of 1800
Etowah Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A unique feature of this Drive-In is its covered bridge. Here visitors to the Village of 1800 can obtain a sandwich and a cool drink, to add to their enjoyment of this unusual and educational attraction. Museum information at Crockett House.



Tennessee Motel
Title:
Tennessee Motel
La Follette Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
4 Miles South of Lafollette on Highway 25-W 15 units, electric heat and air conditioning individually controlled. T.V. brick constructed. Tile combination tub and shower. Wall to wall carpet. Restaurant nearby. Phone LaFollette 562-3244 Mr. & Mrs. H.G. Bartley, Owners and Managers


Rocky Waters Court and Dining Room
Title:
Rocky Waters Court and Dining Room
Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1953 Apr-02

Description:
38 miles south of Knoxville on U.S. Hwy. 71. 18 units, 3 kitchenettes, steam heat, porches over Little Pigeon River, dining room. Phone 44. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Lawson, Owners Managers.



Rear View and Dining Room of Ken-Lake Hotel
Title:
Rear View and Dining Room of Ken-Lake Hotel
Kentucky Lake State Park Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
This modern resort center is located at Kentucky Lake State Park. Resort cities nearby are Paducah, Benton, Hardin, Murray, Mayfield, Cadiz, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and Paris, Tenn.


Harrison Bay State Park - Playground
Title:
Harrison Bay State Park - Playground
Harrison Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Lynnville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-15


High School
Title:
High School
Ashland Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Alcoa Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Darwin, Gilbert, Nobel Streets - "The Church where every visitor is an honored guest."


Shawnee Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Shawnee Motel and Restaurant
Bethpage Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
20 Units Complete with 100% Air Conditioning - Free TV - Swimming Pool - Tile Baths - Electric Heat - Private Garage. 2 1/2 Miles South of 31-E, on U.S. 231



Norris Dam
Title:
Norris Dam
Rocky Top Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Harness for a River, Norris Dam
Title:
Harness for a River, Norris Dam
Rocky Top Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1942

Description:
These two huge generating units in the powerhouse of the Tennessee Valley Authority's Norris Dam are capable of generating 50,000 KW each from the falling waters of the Clinch River. TVA power now flows into the systems of many towns, rural cooperative organizations and industrial plants in the Tennessee Valley.



The Cartel Courts
Title:
The Cartel Courts
Joelton Tennessee (TN), Linen

Description:
THE CARTEL COURTS Grady Proctor, Mgr. Fire-Proof. New and Completely Modern. 24 Hour Service. Air conditioned - Electric Heat - Tile Showers - Closed Garages. TELEPHONE 6-9427 JOELTON, Tennessee. Located 10 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee on U.S. Highway 41-A. Accommodations for 65.


The Albert Noe Hotels: The Owensboro
Title:
The Albert Noe Hotels: The Owensboro
Owensboro Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1953 Mar-16

Description:
Southern hotels of distinction. Completely modern - 150 breeze conditioned rooms.



Road and Overhanging Cliff
Title:
Road and Overhanging Cliff
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Between Jellico and LaFollette.


US 25W Between Jellico and LaFolette
Title:
US 25W Between Jellico and LaFolette
LaFolette Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Star Point Fishing Camp
Title:
Star Point Fishing Camp
Byrdstown Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
On Dale Hollow Lake.


Gatlin Brothers Music City
Title:
Gatlin Brothers Music City
Galinburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
We did the two step, the three step, the cotton-eyed Joe. We danced in circles, lines, together and apart. We had a great time and even better food. Maybe we'll bring you next time.



Street View of Carroll County Court House
Title:
Street View of Carroll County Court House
Huntingdon Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1948 Aug-16


Harris Motor Court and Restaurant
Title:
Harris Motor Court and Restaurant
Bean Station Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
100% Modern-Tiled Baths - Electric Heat - Air Conditioned - Free T.V. - Fireproof - One-half Mile from Cherokee Lake, The Fisherman's Paradise. Complete Dining Room Service - Heated Pool - Esso Service - Located Halfway between Knoxville and Kingsport, Tenn., in the heart of the Tenn. Valley. Henry McGrew Printing



Park Plaza Motel
Title:
Park Plaza Motel
Dover Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Scenic view overlooking Lake Barkley. Offering family rates, free morning coffee, large modern rooms - air conditioning, television - telephone.


Peterbilt of Nashville
Title:
Peterbilt of Nashville
Antioch Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
115 Haywood Lane @ I-24.



Rogers Motel
Title:
Rogers Motel
East Memphis Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Modern units with tile showers, automatic vented gas heat. Television. Air conditioned. Complete service for your car. Telephone 33-4283. US Highways 70-64-79, 1/2 mile east - Memphis, Tenn.


Rebel Railroad Entrance Sign
Title:
Rebel Railroad Entrance Sign
Pidgeon Forge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Bill Kobert Ride the Rebel Railroad on an exciting 5 mile trip on a full size train of the Civil War era. The spirit of the Old South has been recaptured in Rebel Town 1860. A fabulous authentic recreation of a bygone era featuring fun, fine food, refreshments and souvenirs.



The Country Kitchen Restaurant
Title:
The Country Kitchen Restaurant
Lobelville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Buffalo Community. Interstate 40 and Highway 13.


Gibson County Courthouse
Title:
Gibson County Courthouse
Trenton Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
L. D. Thompson This county was established in 1823 and named in honor of Colonel John Gibson who served with distinction under General Andrew Jackson in the Natches Expedition, 1812-13, and in the Creek Wars. A huge bronze bust of David Crockett, has been recently erected in the Court square to honor this most famous west Tennessee hero.



Carroll County Court House
Title:
Carroll County Court House
Huntington Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Chickasaw Studio One of the largest counties of West Tennessee and principal trade center of a large area, is surrounded by a progressive farming and industrial area. McKenzie, Trezevant, Bruceton, Hollow Rock, Clarksburg, Cedar Grove, and McLemoresville are other trade and educational centers of this fast growing and progressive community. Kuhn's 5 &10 and City Drug Co.


The Fort Donelson Visitor Center
Title:
The Fort Donelson Visitor Center
Dover Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
At Fort Donelson National Battlefield. It opened in February 1962, the Centennial of the battle here, and is administered by the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Here, visitors may browse the Museum and see a 15-minute theater program. The battlefield can be seen from the observation deck. Koppell Color Cards



Lewis County Courthouse
Title:
Lewis County Courthouse
Hohenwald Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
L. D. Thompson Established 1843; named in honor of Meriwether Lewis, Captain in the Army of the United States and one time secretary of President Jefferson. Later co-commander of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Northwest. Enroute to Washington in 1809, he died violently at the spot on the Natches Trace, mow marked by the National Monument bearing his name. The Park is near Hohenwald, the county seat of Lewis County.


Stewart County Courthouse
Title:
Stewart County Courthouse
Dover Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
L. D. Thompson Stewart County Courthouse Dover, Tenn. Stewart County was established in 1803; it was named in honor of Duncan Stewart who was a Revolutionary veteran and one of the first settlers in the area. The courthouse was dedicated 1965.



Boat Dock Showing Paddle Boats and Bridge in the Background
Title:
Boat Dock Showing Paddle Boats and Bridge in the Background
Wildersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Natchez Trace State Park, noted for the World's largest Pecan Tree - located on the 42,000-acre Natchez Trace State Park. Activities at this park include Group Lodges, Tent Camping, Trailer Camping Areas. Vacation Cabins, Swimming Boating and Fishing. The Trading Post located at the Park Headquarters has ample supplies for the camper. H. S. Crocker Co., Inc.


Swimming Area Natchez Trace State Park
Title:
Swimming Area Natchez Trace State Park
Wildersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Noted for the World's largest Pecan Tree - located on 42,000 acre Natchez Trace State Park. Activities at this park include Group Lodges, Tent Camping, Trailer Camping Areas, Vacation Cabins, Swimming, Boating, and Fishing. The Trading Post located at the Park Headquarters has ample supplies for the camper H. S. Crocker Co. Inc.



Brendalene Motel
Title:
Brendalene Motel
Jasper Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on U.S. 41, 64, 72. Five miles east of Jasper, Tenn. Air Conditioned, Electric Heat, Tiled Combination Tub, Shower Baths, Swimming Pool, Children's Playground, Restaurant and Service Station. Phone 942-2341 Member of A.T.A. and A.L.A Owners: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Cross Dexter Press, Inc.


Main Entrance, Southland Mall
Title:
Main Entrance, Southland Mall
Whitehaven Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Don Thompson Southland Mall is the largest and finest shopping center of the Memphis area. It is an air conditioned business complex covering many acres offering complete shopping service. Its spacious interior court and mall is a showplace created by natural planting and unusual decorating. Many tourists and local shoppers are astounded with its fabulous interior.



Perry County Courthouse
Title:
Perry County Courthouse
Linden Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
L. D. Thompson The county was established 1819; named in honor of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry who served in the naval war with Tripoli; in 1809, built and commanded a fleet of gunboats. In 1813, commanding the fleet he had built, recruited and organized on Lake Erie he met a British fleet in battle, resulting in his famous message, "We have met the enemy and they are ours".


Main Business Section
Title:
Main Business Section
Parsons Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Robert E. Thompson A fast growing trade center of Decatur County, reflects the cooperative and energetic efforts of local civic leaders and the entire population of the surrounding community.



Technical Trade School
Title:
Technical Trade School
Pressmen's Home Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The leading school of presswork and only one of its kind in the USA owned and operated by the International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America as the hub of a vast trade educational system for printing press artisans. Dexter Press, Inc.


Hiwassee College
Title:
Hiwassee College
Madisonville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded 1849. Owned and operated by the Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church. Fully accredited coed 2-year (junior) (boarding) college. Selected enrollment 600. Extensive off-campus continuing education program. Sports include Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Equitation, Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Skiing.



Alcoa Aluminum Plant
Title:
Alcoa Aluminum Plant
Alcoa Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
C. H. Ruth One of the three large plants of the Aluminum Company of America at Alcoa, Tenn., between Knoxville and Maryville. Dexter Press, Inc.


The Etowah Motel and Restaurant
Title:
The Etowah Motel and Restaurant
Etowah Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking foothills of Great Smoky Mountains; 22 new, well furnished guest rooms; combination tile baths; electric heat; air conditioned; large family units and children's playground; television; swimming pool for exclusive use of guests; (The Etowah Restaurant adjoins); sitauted on Highway 411 in the city; owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Parker B. Rowland; phone 263-5443. Koppell Color Cards



Public Square
Title:
Public Square
Nasville Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Sep-6


Church and School House
Title:
Church and School House
Little Greenbrier Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Church and SchoolHouse--Little Greenbrier church and schoolhouse. Classes were taught in this log building from 1882 to 1935. Located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park about 1 mile north of Tennessee highway 73.



Group Camp Mess in Big Ridge State Park
Title:
Group Camp Mess in Big Ridge State Park
Maynardville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Frank Shannon 3,600 acres of rugged woodland on arm of beautiful Norris Lake. Vacation cabins, tent camping and group camp. Excellent facilities for fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding provide enjoyable pursuits for the park visitor. Located on State Highway 61 twenty-two miles north of Knoxville - ten miles east of Norris - near Maynardville, Tennessee. Koppel Color Cards


Big Ridge State Park
Title:
Big Ridge State Park
Maynardville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Big Ridge Swimming Area. A heavily wooded area on beautiful Norris Lake. Swimming, boating, picnicking, youth camping, cabins, fishing, tent camping, nature trails, play fields, horseback riding. Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.



Group Camp Bunkhouse
Title:
Group Camp Bunkhouse
Big Ridge State Park Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Frank Shannon Group Camp Bunkhouse in Big Ridge State Park - 3,600 acres of rugged woodland on arm of beautiful Norris Lake. Vacation cabins, tent camping and group camp. Excellent facilities for fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding provide enjoyable pursuits for the park visitor. Located on State Highway 61 twenty-two miles north Knoxville - ten miles east of Norris - near Maynardville, Tennessee. Koppel Color Cards


Vacation Cabin in Big Ridge State Park
Title:
Vacation Cabin in Big Ridge State Park
Maynardville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Frank Shannon 3,600 acres of rugged woodland on arm of beautiful Norris Lake. Dining room, vacation cabins, tent camping and group camp. Excellent facilities for fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding provide enjoyable pursuits for the park visitor. Located on State Highway 61 twenty-two miles north of Knoxville - ten miles east of Norris - near Maynardville, Tennessee. Koppel Color Cards



John Sevier Steam Plant on the Holston River
Title:
John Sevier Steam Plant on the Holston River
Rodgersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
This is one of the many steam plants in the Tennessee Valley. Installed capacity of the 7500-mile transmission network is approximately 9,600,000 kilowatts.


Scene at Clifton, Tenn.
Title:
Scene at Clifton, Tenn.
Clifton Tennessee (TN), White Border unused



Harris Motor Court and Restaurant
Title:
Harris Motor Court and Restaurant
Bean Station Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1956 Oct-29

Description:
Junction US Highways 11W & 25E. 48 miles east of Knoxville. 22 grade A units. Tile baths - electric heat - air cooled - fireproof. One-half mile from Cherokee Lake. The Fisherman's Paradise. Year 'round fishing. Phone: 752J1 Morristown.


View of Oak Ridge Tennessee Hospital
Title:
View of Oak Ridge Tennessee Hospital
Oakridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
City of the atomic bomb. Curteich



Kingston Steam Plant
Title:
Kingston Steam Plant
Kingston Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1962 Oct-7

Description:
This is the largest steam plant in the world. Built to make power for the 7500 mile transmission network of the T.V.A.


The Tennessean Motel
Title:
The Tennessean Motel
Rogersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1954 Apr-23

Description:
On U.S. Highway 11W. 16 Modern Units, 100% Air Conditioned. Free TV in rooms, Ceramic Tile Baths, Grade A Restaurant Adjoining Located back from Highway Noise. Owned & Operated by I.D. Price Jr., Phone 6468.



Greetings from Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Bloomington Springs Hotel
Title:
Bloomington Springs Hotel
Bloomington Springs Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1913



Greetings from Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Valley Motel
Title:
Valley Motel
Sweetwater Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Etherton's Motor Court
Title:
Etherton's Motor Court
Chuckey Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Howard Johnson's (North)
Title:
Howard Johnson's (North)
Knoxsville Tennessee (TN), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Uplands Hospital and Health Center
Title:
Uplands Hospital and Health Center
Pleasant Hill Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1961 May-1


Shelby's Tourist Court
Title:
Shelby's Tourist Court
La Follette Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Salesman's Sample



The Etowah Motel and Restaurant
Title:
The Etowah Motel and Restaurant
Etowah Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
THE ETOWAH MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Overlooking Foothills of Great Smoky Mountains 21 new, well furnished guest rooms - combination tile baths - electric heat - air-conditioned - large family units and children's playground - television. Swimming Pool for exclusive use of guests. (The Etowah Restaurant adjoins.) Situated on Highway 411 in the city Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Simpson. Phone 2776 Etowah, Tennessee


Mosheim Court
Title:
Mosheim Court
Mosheim Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 8 miles west of Greenville, Tenn. on Highway 11-E. At Mosheim, Tenn. 75 miles to the Smokies, Air-Conditioned, Electric Heat, Free Room TV, Restaurant Nearby Serving Good Food. Owned and Operated by Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Hensley Day Phone 422-4265 Night Phone 422-4453



The Riverside Hotel
Title:
The Riverside Hotel
Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
At entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A modern hotel located in heart of Gatlinburg. Ample parking space. Shaded grounds overlooking river. 100 air-conditioned, comfortable rooms with private bath. Hotel cars available for scenic tours. Temperature-controlled swimming pool. New air-conditioned dining room overlooking patio and pool. Phone 373. J.T. Trotter, Mgr. B. J. Whaley, Mng. Dir


The Cartel Courts
Title:
The Cartel Courts
Joelton Tennessee (TN), Linen PM Sep-24

Description:
10 miles North of Nashville



Along the Walk to Table Rock
Title:
Along the Walk to Table Rock
Mont Eagle Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Alvin C. York Agricultural Institute
Title:
Alvin C. York Agricultural Institute
Jamestown Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Chattanooga and Tennessee River from Lookout Mountain
Title:
Chattanooga and Tennessee River from Lookout Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Signal Mountain Hotel
Title:
Signal Mountain Hotel
Signal Mountain Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1922 Mar-22

Description:
Signal Mountain, all year round resort, forty minutes from Chattanooga by electric car or automobile, is one of the genuine surprises and treats for visitors. Although so convenient and connected by modern transportation, it is amid rugged scenery. Two thousand feet altitude explains its cool, healthful air, and fine water. The hotel and many bungalows are built of pink sandstone



Sinking Creek Baptist Church
Title:
Sinking Creek Baptist Church
Elizabethtown Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located between Johnson City and the Elizabethtown, Tenn., the Sinking Creek Baptist Church, founded in 1783, is the oldest church in the State of Tennessee


Panoramic View of Cherokee Lake
Title:
Panoramic View of Cherokee Lake
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A panoramic view of beautiful Cherokee Lake in Eastern Tennessee. Cherokee Lake is 59 miles long and is on the Holston River, a tributary of the Tennessee River



Wild Boar Killed By Ellis In Cherokee Nation Forest
Title:
Wild Boar Killed By Ellis In Cherokee Nation Forest
Cherokee National Forest Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series P-24 Weight 325 Pounds


Incline Lookout Mountain
Title:
Incline Lookout Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Red Riding Hood, Lookout Mountain
Title:
Red Riding Hood, Lookout Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 30


Dixie Lee Motel - Junction US 11 & 70 - 20 miles West of Knoxville
Title:
Dixie Lee Motel - Junction US 11 & 70 - 20 miles West of Knoxville
Martel Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Wild Boar Killed by Ben Ellis
Title:
Wild Boar Killed by Ben Ellis
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Weight 325 lbs. Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee


Williams Island from Signal Point, Signal Mountain
Title:
Williams Island from Signal Point, Signal Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1949 Nov-28



Clark Motel
Title:
Clark Motel
Powell Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
US 25-W, Route 4. 20 units, kitchenettes available; located on Clinton Highway; beautifully built of Tennessee crab orchard stone; open year around to tourists; electric heat, free TV, free radios, free air conditioning in each room; private ceramic tile baths, tub or showers; Beautyrest mattresses; all Simmons furniture; wall-to-wall carpeting; two restaurants within walking distance; Phone Powell 947-9966; owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs. K.R. Clark


Tennessee Motel and Restaurant on US Highway 411
Title:
Tennessee Motel and Restaurant on US Highway 411
Etowah Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Well off the highway - quiet and restful; a short drive from the Great Smokies and Rock City; large family rooms; sleeps up to 6 persons; free room TV and electric heat, wall to wall carpeting, 100% air conditioning and tiled combination baths; a modern and spacious swimming pool; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watters, Your Host; Phone 263-7359; PO Box 176



Scott Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Scott Motel and Restaurant
Oneida Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1955 Sep-21

Description:
On US 27


The Cartel Courts
Title:
The Cartel Courts
Joelton Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Grady Proctor, Mgr. Fire-proof; new and completely modern; 24 hour service; air conditioned - electric heat - tile showers; closed garages. Telephone 6-9427 Joelton, Tennessee. Located 10 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee on US Highway 41-A; accommodations for 65



Guestina Motel
Title:
Guestina Motel
Blaine Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
On U.S. 11-W


Big Chief Motel
Title:
Big Chief Motel
Bean Station Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
On U.S. Highways 11-W and 25-E



Home of Sergeant Alvin C. York of World War Fame
Title:
Home of Sergeant Alvin C. York of World War Fame
Pall Mall Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Pall Mall, Fentress County, in northern Tennessee, is noted for being the home of Alvin C York. York, then a Sergeant, won world-wide fame on October 8, 1918 when, armed with a Springfield rifle and an automatic revolver, killed 20 Germans, captured a hill, and compelled the surrender of 132 of the enemy, including a Major and 3 Lieutenants. He was decorated by six nations, including the US Medal of Honor and the French "Croix de Guerre" In 1942 York was commissioned a Major by the US Army


Atkins Grill and Court
Title:
Atkins Grill and Court
Sweetwater Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Atkins Grill and Court US Highway 11 - Between Knoxville and Chattanooga Sweetwater, Tennessee Excellent food - Specializing in Hot Homemade Breads. Favorite Dining Spot of Kiwanis, Lions, Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Ruitans. State Approved. Grade A, Restaurant and Cabins Telephone 9119



A Fourth of July Homecoming
Title:
A Fourth of July Homecoming
Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
From Tennessee Celebrates! An exhibition dedicated to the spirit of Homecoming '86. A community development project of First Tennessee


International Banana Festival
Title:
International Banana Festival
South Fulton Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused



Mich. State Monument to the 21st Inft
Title:
Mich. State Monument to the 21st Inft
Chickamauga National Park Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Signal Mountain Hotel
Title:
Signal Mountain Hotel
Signal Mountain Tennessee (TN), White Border unused

Description:
Signal Mountain, all year round resort, forty minutes form Chattanooga by electric car or automobile, is one of the genuine surprises and treats for visitors. Although so convenient, and connected by modern transportation, it is amid rugged scenery. Two thousand feet altitude explains its cool, healthful air, and fine water. The hotel and many bungalows are built of pink sandstone



Bluffs of the Tennessee River
Title:
Bluffs of the Tennessee River
Chattanoogo Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Christmas at Twitty City
Title:
Christmas at Twitty City
Hendersonville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Douglas Dam and Lake
Title:
Douglas Dam and Lake
Douglas Dam Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Cherokee Mountain Crafts
Title:
Cherokee Mountain Crafts
Rogersville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Located on Highway No. 11-W, 7 miles west of Rogersville, Tenn. We specialize in East Tennessee Mountain Crafts, handmade bedspreads, quilts, rugs, place mats, baskets, pottery, and souvenirs



High School
Title:
High School
Scaneateles Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-16


The Chimney Tops seen through archway in tunnel
Title:
The Chimney Tops seen through archway in tunnel
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Chimney Tops seen through archway in tunnel from the Loop-over on Transmountain Highway U.S. 441 between Gatlinburg and Cherokee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park



Boys' Dormitory, Milligan College, Milligan College, Tenn
Title:
Boys' Dormitory, Milligan College, Milligan College, Tenn
Millegan College Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Milligan College in Eastern Tennessee, Carter County, was founded in 1882 by Josephers Hopwood, Co-educational, Liberal Arts, related to the Christian Churches. Located on Tenn. Route 67 between Johnson City and Elizabethton


T.V.A. Water Control System
Title:
T.V.A. Water Control System
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Greetings from York Theatre, Beauty Shoppe and Store
Title:
Greetings from York Theatre, Beauty Shoppe and Store
Red Boiling Springs Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Sunset Rock, Lookout Mountain
Title:
Sunset Rock, Lookout Mountain
Chatanooga Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-17

Description:
From it one may look sheer down for 460 feet. Some of the sunset views from this point are indescribably beautiful



Parker Motel Overlooking Watts Bar Lake
Title:
Parker Motel Overlooking Watts Bar Lake
Kingston Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1959 Aug-28


Cave Rock, Watts Bar Resort Village
Title:
Cave Rock, Watts Bar Resort Village
Watts Bar Dam Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1954 Apr-25



Music Village USA
Title:
Music Village USA
Hendersonville Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ferlin has assembled perhaps the greatest works of three dimensional art ever made revealing the life of Jesus Christ. The Exhibit features beautifully detailed miniature scenes depicting the life of Christ in vivid color. The one place in the Nashville area you will want to visit again and again


Jonas Bluff and Highway leading to Lookout Mountain
Title:
Jonas Bluff and Highway leading to Lookout Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Norris Dam
Title:
Norris Dam
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1939


View of Cumberland Gap from Cudjo's Cave
Title:
View of Cumberland Gap from Cudjo's Cave
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Jer-E-Lane Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Jer-E-Lane Motel & Restaurant
Bradford Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Highway 45 E - BRADFORD, TENNESSEE 10 modern units, electric heat, air-conditioning, free "TV" in each room and showers for your convenience and comfort...Service station and Restaurant. One of the nicest "Homes away from Home". COLOR BY L. D. THOMPSON


Flooding near Nashville, Tennessee
Title:
Flooding near Nashville, Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
possibly flood of 1902 or Nashville Reservoir Rupture, 1912



Dryersburg Plaza Court
Title:
Dryersburg Plaza Court
Dryersburg Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1956 Jun-22

Description:
Phone 1900 for reservations - Highway 51 South. 44 DeLuxe Units - Combination Baths. Phone In Each Room. Air-Conditioned - Central Heating Unit. Circulating Ice Water - Excellent Cafe


Dixie Lee Motel
Title:
Dixie Lee Motel
Martel Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1951 Oct-3

Description:
Junction U. S. 11 and 70... 20 miles West of Knoxville, Martel, Tenn



The Jordan Motel
Title:
The Jordan Motel
Jamestown Tennessee (TN), Linen

Description:
One of Tennessee's finest Nature's Air Conditioned Motel. 1800 Ft. Elevation. Most pleasant nights in The South. Scenery galore, FREE to guests. Featuring one of Tennessee's finest restaurants


Imiperial Inn Motel
Title:
Imiperial Inn Motel
Tazewell Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
10 miles south of Cumberland Gap National Park. Free TV; room phones; air conditioned; electric heat; wall-to-wall carpet; tile baths with tub and shower; spacious rooms with double beds. US 25E; Phone 626-4284



Southland Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Southland Motel & Restaurant
North Lebanon Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1963 Feb-5

Description:
(On Highway 231) Shortest North south Route Phone Hickory 4-2933 Dr. & Mrs. A. T. Hall, Owners Mr. & Mrs. James C. Green, Mgrs. Electric Heat - Air Conditioned - Television


Rocky Waters Motel
Title:
Rocky Waters Motel
Gattlinburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
ON THE PARKWAY, U. S. 441 Gattlinburgh, Tennessee. SLEEP BY THE MUSIC OF THE ROARING WATER. Private porches & heated pool overlooking the river & mountains. Room Phones, TV, - the last word in accommodations. Central heating and air conditioning, controlled in each room. Private dressing room, carpeting, combination tub and shower baths. Connecting units up to 24 people. Some kitchenettes - free cribs available. Free coffe in spacious lobby. Excellent restaurants nearby. Phone 436-4146



The Riverside Hotel
Title:
The Riverside Hotel
Gatlinburg-In-The-Smokies Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
At entrance to the Treat Smoky Mountains National Park. A modern hotel located in heart of Gatlinburg. Ample parking space. Shaded grounds overlooking river. 100 air conditioned, comfortable rooms with private bath. Hotel cars available for scenic tours. Temperature-controlled swimming pool. New air-conditioned dining room overlooking patio and pool. Phone 373


Etowah Motel
Title:
Etowah Motel
Etawah Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking foothills of Great Smoky Mountains. 21 new, well furnished guest rooms; combination tile baths; electric heat; air-conditioned; large family units and children's playground; situated on Highway 411 in the city; owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Simpson; phone 2776



Paris Landing Inn
Title:
Paris Landing Inn
Kentucky Lake Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Paris Landing State Park. This view, looking north from Kentucky Lake, shows Paris Landing Inn in a beautiful woodland setting offering come as you are accommodations to thousands yearly. A recently constructed swimming pool adds to the attractive facilities offered


Nashboro Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Nashboro Motel & Restaurant
Goodletsville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Highways US 41 & 31 W; the fastest route to Florida - just 8 miles north of Nashville; tile bath, interspring mattress, electric heat, TV, air conditioning; for further information or reservations contact, Mr. or Mrs. John M. Clunan - Phone 44-9-5775



Nashboro Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Nashboro Motel & Restaurant
Goodletsville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on U.S. Highways 41 & 31W, the fastest route to Florida, just 8 miles north of Nashville. Tile bath, interspring mattress, electric heat, TV, air conditioning


Mason's Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Mason's Motel and Restaurant
Goodletsville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
901 Dickerson Road South. Highways 41 and 31W. Nine miles North of Nashville. Television and individually controlled electric heat and air conditioning in all rooms. Color TV available. Tile baths, with tubs or showers, wall-to-wall carpeting, new family suites, beautiful swimming pool



Mosheim Court
Title:
Mosheim Court
Mosheim Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 8 miles west of Greenville TN on Highway 11-E. 75 miles to the Smokies. Air-conditioned, electric heat, free room TV, restaurant nearby serving good food


Camp Na-Co-Me
Title:
Camp Na-Co-Me
Pleasantville Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1969 Jun-10

Description:
Ye Old Swimming Hole; Hull Chapel; Beautifully landscaped campus. Operated by Synod of Tennessee Presbyterian Church of US



Anderson County Courthouse
Title:
Anderson County Courthouse
Clinton Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This facility, completed in 1967, houses all county offices; It fronts Main Street, which is also Highway 61 and Highway 25W


Anderson County Courthouse
Title:
Anderson County Courthouse
Clinton Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused



Southland Motel and Restaurant in North Lebanon
Title:
Southland Motel and Restaurant in North Lebanon
North Lebanon Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
(On Highway 231) Shortest North-South Route. Phone Hickory 4-2933. Dr. & Mrs. A.T. Hall, Owners. Mr. & Mrs. James C. Green, Mgrs. Electric Heat - Air Conditioned - Television


Reelfoot Airpark Inn
Title:
Reelfoot Airpark Inn
Reelfoot Lake State Park Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A new concept in Tennessee recration, Reelfoot Airpark is a vacation area of Reelfoot Lake State Park. This new inn is located on the upper Blue Basin area on beautiful Reelfoot Lake. This airpark has an all weather landing strip accommodating the faster and larger planes



Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Mount Eagle Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


Best Western Dumplin Valley Inn
Title:
Best Western Dumplin Valley Inn
Kodak Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1987

Description:
Exit 407 I-40 at TN 66, Route 2, Box 14B. 615-933-3467. Nationwide Reservations 1-800-528-1234. Located in the rolling hills of East Tennessee 14 miles east of Knoxville, and 20 miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Dollywood theme park 15 miles. Deluxe rooms and excellent dining facilities. Pool, cable TV, gift shop and playground located on property



Southland Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Southland Motel & Restaurant
North Lebanon Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
(On Highway 231) Shortest North-South Route. Phone HIckory 4-2933. Dr. & Mrs. A. T. Hall, Owners. Mr. & Mrs. James C. Green, Mgrs. Electric Heat - Air Conditioned - Television


Second Street Looking North
Title:
Second Street Looking North
Easton Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Weakley County Court House
Title:
Weakley County Court House
Dresden Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected in 1949. Weakley County was established in 1823 and named in honor of Robert Weakley, prominent Tennessee leader and political pioneer. Principal trade centers are Dresden, Martin, Gleason, Greenfield, Sharon, Palmersville, Dukedon and Latham


Crockett County Courthouse
Title:
Crockett County Courthouse
Alamo Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Established 1871; named in honor of David Crockett. Crokett, a Tennessee frontiersman represented Tennessee in Congress from 1826 to 1831 and from 1833 to 1835. Moving to Texas, he was killed at the Alamo Massacre in 1836



Dickson County Courthouse
Title:
Dickson County Courthouse
Charlotte Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Dickson County was established in 1803. It was named in honor of Dr. William Dickson a Nashville physician. He was Speaker of House of Representatives; Tennessee Legislature, 1799-1801; Member of Congress, 1801-1807


Gibson County Courthouse
Title:
Gibson County Courthouse
Trenton Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Mark King This county was established in 1823 and named in honor of Colonel John Gibson who served, with distinction, under General Andrew Jackson in the Natchez Expedition and in the Creek Wars. A huge bronze bust of David Crockett is located in the southwest margin of the court yard. Crockett was the most famous west Tennessee hero H. S. Crocker Co. Inc



Washington County Court House
Title:
Washington County Court House
Jonesborough Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Oscar N. Wilson The first governmental division ever named in honor of George Washington. Established by the NC Act of 1779 laid out by 1780. It was the capitol of the State of Franklin in 1784-1785 Koppel Color Cards


The Dam at Chase Park
Title:
The Dam at Chase Park
Waterbury Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1914 Jun-15



Ledford Mill Moore County, Tennessee
Title:
Ledford Mill Moore County, Tennessee
Wartrace Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Antique Tool Museum and Bed & Breakfast Rt. 2, Box 152 - Wartrace, Tennessee 37183 (615)455-2546 or 455-1935


The Hermitage
Title:
The Hermitage
Hermitage Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Home of General Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States



Bedroom Portion, Davy Crocket Cabin
Title:
Bedroom Portion, Davy Crocket Cabin
Limestone Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Inside view of cabin showing bed, crib, corner cabinet and other interesting furnishings of the pioneer era Koppel Color Cards


Bridal Veil Falls
Title:
Bridal Veil Falls
Mont Eagle Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-24



New Annex
Title:
New Annex
Horn Springs Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-2


Cable Incline up Lookout Mountain
Title:
Cable Incline up Lookout Mountain
Chattanoogad Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1906 Aug-11



Tallahassee Motor Lodge
Title:
Tallahassee Motor Lodge
Tallahasee Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Tallahasee's newest and finest, 2 mi. W. on U.S. 90 and 20. Steam heat and air-conditioned from a central plant. FLoors carpeted wall-to-wall, tiled baths, Beauty-rest mattresses, beautifully furnished. Room Phones; Phone 2-4079; Free TV, advance reservations suggested


Wayne County Courthouse
Title:
Wayne County Courthouse
Wanesboro Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Waynesboro, the county seat of Wayne County, is located in some of the most picturesque area of southern Tennessee. The beautiful Buffalo River Valley presents a unique rural landscape of inescapable beauty



The Lost Sea, Entrance Building
Title:
The Lost Sea, Entrance Building
Sweetwater Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located near Sweetwater (U.S.11) and Madisonville (U.S.411), Tennessee. This building was completed in the spring of 1965, just in time for the Grand Opening of the Lost Sea on June 7th, 1965. It houses the entrance to The Lost Sae and an unusual Curio Shoppe


Hughes Public Library
Title:
Hughes Public Library
Rugby Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected beside the schoolhouse on land set aside for public buildings, and opened October 5, 1882. Named for Thomas Hughes, British author of "Tom Brown's School Days" and "Tom Brown at Oxford" and founder of Rugby, Tennessee in 1880. Pub. for rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733 Koppel



View down the street toward the tower
Title:
View down the street toward the tower
Point Lookout Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1961 Aug-12

Description:
From Point Lookout magnificent panorama views may be head of the famous Tennessee Valley, the city of Chatanooga, 5 Civil War battlefields, and Chickamango Dam and Lake. Seven states may be seen from this point. Here also may be seen the New York Peace Monument, famous Umbrella Rock, and Moccasin Bend


Mineral Bath House, Palace Hotel
Title:
Mineral Bath House, Palace Hotel
Red Boiling Springs Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1939 Jul-24

Description:
American Plan, 180 rooms; The Original Black and Red Sulphur Water



Sewart Air Force Base
Title:
Sewart Air Force Base
Sewart Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A Hercules C-130 Turbo Prop-Jet aircraft packed in front of base operations. In the foreground are crew members such as pilot, co-pilot, navigator, flight engineer, scanner and load master. Supporting personnel such as fire fighter, cook, nurse, weather observer, etc. form the balance of the troop carrier pyramid. Sewart has a global mission with this type of aircraft


The John C. Hodges Library at the University of Tennessee, Completed in 1987
Title:
The John C. Hodges Library at the University of Tennessee, Completed in 1987
Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Gary Heatherly Images The U.T. Collection



Fall Creek Falls State Park
Title:
Fall Creek Falls State Park
Pikeville Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial View of Fisherman Village Cabins and 75 Room Resort Inn with excellent dining facilities found at this wonderful 16,800 Acre Park Dexter Press, Inc


Aerial view of Gatlinburg Ski Resort
Title:
Aerial view of Gatlinburg Ski Resort
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
High Atop Mt. Harrison in the Great Smoky Mountains



Clark Motel
Title:
Clark Motel
Powell Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Located on Highway U.S. 25-W, 5 Miles North of Knoxville, Clinton & Oak Ridge Highway. Beautifully built from Tennessee Crab Orchard Stone. Open year round to tourists. Electric Heat. Air-Conditioned. Private Ceramic Tile Bath or Shower. All Simmons Furniture. Beauty Rest Mattresses. Restaurant Across Street. Phone 49966 or 43131. AAA


Martin Springs Tourist Camp
Title:
Martin Springs Tourist Camp
Cumberland Mountain Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Dexter Press



Rose Court In Memphis
Title:
Rose Court In Memphis
Mimphis Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1959 Jan-3

Description:
5 miles south from downtown on US Hwy. 51 South. Tourists, travelers strictly


Knox Motel
Title:
Knox Motel
Powell Station Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1949 Aug-2

Description:
5 miles north of Knoxville, Tennessee. U.S. Highway 25-W. Private tile baths. Electric heat. Beautyrest Mattresses. Good restaurant directly across the highway



Shelby's Tourist Court
Title:
Shelby's Tourist Court
La Follette Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Modern white stucco brick cabins with private bath, steam heat, garage. Hot and cold water. Innerspring mattresses. Ideal for fishing and boating. Open Day and Night - Gas and Oil. Where you will enjoy the cool breezes from the Cumberland Mountains


Log Cabin Restaurant
Title:
Log Cabin Restaurant
Hurricane Mills Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1977 Oct-13

Description:
Waverly-Linden Exit, Interstate Forty. New modern motel nearby. Excellent food with reasonable prices - This quaint restaurant is located in the historic Buffalo River Valley near Kentucky Lake



State Street
Title:
State Street
VA/TN Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Bristol


Pardee Hall, Milligan College
Title:
Pardee Hall, Milligan College
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Clinch mountain Lookout
Title:
Clinch mountain Lookout
Thorn Hill Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Highway 25E, 30 miles south of Cumberland Gap, Thorn Hill, Tennessee. Home of Clinch Mountain Country Ham. Tennessee's most photographed view, (Cherokee Lake Below). "Stop On Top"


Boys' Dormitory, Milligan College
Title:
Boys' Dormitory, Milligan College
Milligan College Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Milligan College in Eastern Tennessee, Carter County, was founded in 1882 by Josephers Hopwood, Co-educational, liberal arts, related to the Christian Churches. Located on Tenn. Route 67 between Johnson City and Elizabethton



Mocassin Bend from Lookout Mountain
Title:
Mocassin Bend from Lookout Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Divided Back unused


U.S. Post Office
Title:
U.S. Post Office
Watts Bar Dam Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Pete Smith's Watts Bar Resort



Fountain Square showing Court House
Title:
Fountain Square showing Court House
Chatanooga Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-15


Cartel Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Cartel Motel & Restaurant
Hiektib Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Cartel Motel & Restaurant AAA Located 9 miles North of Nashville, Tennessee on U.S. Highway 41A - Joelton, Tenn. Electric Heat - 100% Air Conditioned - Free T.V. - Tile bath & showers - Carpeted floors - 22 Units - Twin beds - Family units - Swimming pool - Playground for children - Shopping Center Next Door. Phone 766-2915 Dexter Press, Inc



New Gatlinburg Inn
Title:
New Gatlinburg Inn
Gatlingburg-In-The-Smokies Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The New Gatlinburg Inn affiliated with Bear Wallow Dude Ranch, Gatlinburg-in-The-Smokies, Tennessee. Temperature controlled pool-Tennis-Badminton-Shuffleboard-Next to Sky Lift. 100 Rooms. Delightful Dining Room-European Plan


Brendalene Motel
Title:
Brendalene Motel
South Pittsburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Located on U.S. 41, 64, 72. Five miles east of Jasper, Tenn. Air Conditioned, Electric Heat, Tiled combination tub, Shower baths, Swimming Pool, Children's Playground. Restaurant and Service Station



Howell Public School
Title:
Howell Public School
Leakesville Tennessee (TN), Divided Back


Andrew Jackson "Old Hickory", Post Office, Dupont Plant
Title:
Andrew Jackson "Old Hickory", Post Office, Dupont Plant
Old Hickory Tennessee (TN), Linen PM Sep-30

Description:
Located about ten miles from nashville is an industrial city known as Old Hickory, Tenn. It has one of the most complete rayon silk manufacturing plants in the country, also cellophane plants which leads the United States in the production of this product E. C. Kropp Co



Bird's Eye View of Mountain View Hotel
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Mountain View Hotel
Gatlingurg Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Mountain View Hotel, pioneer hostelry of the Smokies, offers you the ideal base for full enjoyment of the unexcelled beauties and unlimited recreational areas of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This hotel is open the year 'round, affording opportunity to see the blue-veiled Smokies in their Spring and Summer freshness, in Autumn's gorgeous colors and in Winter with their snow-capped mountains. Mountain View Hotel is strictly modern, with steam heat and bath in every room and a spacious dining room where delicious Southern meals are served


Pardee Hall, Milligan College, Tenn
Title:
Pardee Hall, Milligan College, Tenn
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Perry County Courthouse
Title:
Perry County Courthouse
Linden Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The county was established 1819; named in honor of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry who served in the naval war with Tripoli; in 1809, built and commanded a fleet of gunboats. In 1813, commanding the fleet he had built, recruited and organized on Lake Erie he met a British fleet in battle, resulting in his famous message, "We have met the enemy and they are ours."


John Sevier Steam Plant
Title:
John Sevier Steam Plant
Rodgersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
On the Holston River near Rodgersville, Tenn. This is one of the many steam plants in the Tennessee Valley. Installed capacity of the 7500-mile transmission network is approximately 9,600,000 kilowatts



Masonic Lodge
Title:
Masonic Lodge
Rodgersville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Table Rock
Title:
Table Rock
Monterey Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Natural rock formation N.NE of Monterey, TN



A Mountain Stream
Title:
A Mountain Stream
Monterey Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located near England's Cove just east of Monterey, TN


Hiwassee College
Title:
Hiwassee College
Madisonville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Hiwassee College Madisonville, Tennessee 37354 Founded 1849. Owned and operated by The Hoiston Conference of The United Methodist Church. Fully accredited coed 2-year (junior) (boarding) college. Selected enrollment 600. Extensive off-campus continuing education program. Sports include Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Equitation, Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Skiing



Mt. Aetna Skyride (Tram)
Title:
Mt. Aetna Skyride (Tram)
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Mt. Aetna Skyride (tram) The spectacular ride from the spacious Gift Shop and Entrance Building ascends 2800 feet to the summit of Mt. Aetna. Breathtaking views of Lookout Valley and Chattanooga. Don't miss the subterranean tour in beautiful Crystal Cave! Just 4 1/2 miles from Chattanooga, Tenn. on U.S. 41 North


Greetings from Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
I. State Capitol, Nasvhille. 2. Doughboy Statue in Overton Park, Memphis. 3. The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson. 4. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 5. Tennesee State Shrine, "Rocky Mount." 6. Clingman's Dome Parking Area, Great Smoky Mt. National Park. 7. A breathtaking vista. 8. Rhododendrons in the springtime on a mountain side. 9. Davy Crockett's birthplace. Limestone. 10. Bristol International Speedway. 11. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 12. Cotton Picking Time. 13. The Delta Queen. 14. Fishing is fine in Tennessee. 15. The Chimneys in the Smoky Mts



Pickwick Dam, Tennessee River
Title:
Pickwick Dam, Tennessee River
Pickwick Dam Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Pickwick Dam and Lock is 206.7 miles upstream from the mouth of Tennessee River and 52.7 miles downstream from Wilson Dam and creates a navigation channel for that distance. Pickwick Lake, above the dam, has created a wonderland of scenic beauty and unlimited opportunity for water sports. Pickwick Dam is 113 feet high, 7,715 feet long and its powerhouse has an installed capacity of 216,000 kw. It was built 1935-1938 and a modern traffic bridge was opened 1963. Resort centers and cities nearby are Shiloh National Park and Cemetery, Savannah, Selmer, Counce, Adamsville, Parsons and Lexington in Tennessee and Corinth and Iuka in Mississipi. Coor by L. D. Thompson


Watauga Lake in East Tennessee
Title:
Watauga Lake in East Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
TVA'S Watauga Dam, on the Watauga River in East Tennessee, creats a reservoir containing 677,000 acre-feet of storage for flood control and for maintenance of a water supply for navigation and power production. Electric power installation consists of two 25,000 kilowatt units. Photo courtesy of Tenn. Conservation Dept



Fishing in Shelby Forest State Park
Title:
Fishing in Shelby Forest State Park
Lucy Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Fishing at one of the picturesque lakes in Shelby Forest State Park, Lucy, Tenn., near Memphis


Cherokee Boat Docks
Title:
Cherokee Boat Docks
Gallatin Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Old Hickory Lake between Gallatin and Lebanon, Tenessee.This area of Old Hickory Lake is noted for fishing, boating and water skiing



Hurricane Dock at Center Hill Lake
Title:
Hurricane Dock at Center Hill Lake
Cookville Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1975 Dec-1

Description:
The Lake covers 20,000 acres and the fishing is excellent. Boats, Housekeeping Cottages, a modern Motel and Cafe are to be found on Hurricane Dock


Cherokee Lake
Title:
Cherokee Lake
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A panoramic view of beautiful Cherokee Lake in Eastern Tennessee. Cherokee Lake is 59 miles long and is on the Holston River, a tributary of the Tennessee River



View of Lake
Title:
View of Lake
Watts Bar Lake Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Complete vacation facilities and famous for its fine fishing, boating, swimming and water skiing


Greeting from Piickwick Dam, Tenn
Title:
Greeting from Piickwick Dam, Tenn
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A sixty pound catfish and two, Twenty pound catfish caught below the Dam. Waters of Kentucky Lake and Tennessee River produce the world's best catch of catfish



Horseback Riding in Tennessee
Title:
Horseback Riding in Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Horseback riding in Tennessee is very popular and most communities have organized saddle clubs throughout the state. Tennessee is known for thoroughbred Walking Horses and Quarter Horses Curteichcolor


Umbrella Rock
Title:
Umbrella Rock
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Point Park, Lookout Mountain, Tenn



New Johnsonville Steam Plant
Title:
New Johnsonville Steam Plant
Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
New Johnsonville Steam Plant on Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake). This view, from Hickman-Lockhart bridge Highway 70, shows one of T.V.A.'s largest steam plants. Power from this unit supplements electricity generated by a chain of dams created by Tennessee Valley Authority. Guide tours are available daily. The plant is located about half way between Camden and Waverly, Tenn


Indian Camp Creek Campground & Trout Farm
Title:
Indian Camp Creek Campground & Trout Farm
Cosby Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
50 spacious shady camp sites by a mountain stream. Complete modern facilities plus sewer connections. Equipped playground. 15 miles N.E. of Gatlinburg on Highway 73. 1/4 mile north of Highway 73 on Indiana Camp Road. 11 miles from I-40 via Foothills Parkway. Reservations accepted April 1st - Nov. 1st. Owned & Operated by Mr. Glenn E. Kerley and Mrs. Ellen Kerley. Telephonoe (615) 623-7493 Route 1 Cosby, Tennessee 37722



Colonial Restaurant
Title:
Colonial Restaurant
La Follertte Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Locate 3 mile south of La Follette, Tenn. on 25-W. near four motels. Dine by Organ Music. Banquet Rooms and Home Made Pies


Schubert Motel
Title:
Schubert Motel
Wartburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Tennquartz; Tennessee quartzite rubble veneer stone from Crab Orchard District (Since 1931) Produced by Tennessee Stone Co., Inc. Knoxville 17, Tennessee



Kingston Steam Plant
Title:
Kingston Steam Plant
Kingston Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
One of two large coal consuming steam plants producing electricity for Oak Ridge


Lincoln Memorial University
Title:
Lincoln Memorial University
Harrogate Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Avery Hall houses the student center, bookstore, post office, and some classrooms at this college located just south of the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park



May Cravath Wharton Nursing Home
Title:
May Cravath Wharton Nursing Home
Pleasant Hill Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 15374 May Cravath Wharton Nursing Home Uplands Retirement Center Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578 A health and welfare agency of the United Church of Christ


Jer-E-Lane Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Jer-E-Lane Motel & Restaurant
Bradford Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Series 2DK-1148 10 modern units, electric heat, air-conditioning, free "TV" in each room and showers for your convenience and comfort...Service station and restaurant. One of the nicest "Homes away from Home"



Smoky Mountain trailways Bus at Newfound Gap
Title:
Smoky Mountain trailways Bus at Newfound Gap
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Smoky Mountain Trailways will take you through the heart of America's favorite park. You'll travel via "scenery level" routes along hillsides covered with blooming laurel, past the Cherokee Indian Reservation, through historic Newfound Gap. These and many other scenic wonders await you when you buy either a North-South or East-West ticket along the Trans-Park Highway between Knoxville, Tennessee and Asheville, North Carolina


Cumberland Mountain State Park
Title:
Cumberland Mountain State Park
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 88675 T-33 Group of Happy Picnickers Cumberland Mountain State Park Cumberland County Tennessee Four miles South from Crossville on State Route 28 is Cumberland Mountain State Park where the tourist may enjoy swimming and other out-door sports. It is one of the most attractive recreational spots in Tennessee. Day use of the park facilities are available to tourists but the vacation cabins are usually reserved in advance during the Summer months



Boys Dormitory, Milligan College
Title:
Boys Dormitory, Milligan College
Milligan College Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-7917 Milligan College in Eastern Tennessee, Carter County, was founded in 1882 by Josephers Hopewood, Co-educational, Liberal Arts, related to the Christian Churches. Located on Tenn. Route 67 between Johnson City and Elizabethton


Garden Scene on Campus of Milligan College
Title:
Garden Scene on Campus of Milligan College
Milligan College Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 90271



Home of Sergeant Alvin C. York, of World War Fame
Title:
Home of Sergeant Alvin C. York, of World War Fame
Pall Mall Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-6254 Pall Mall, Fentress County, in northern Tennessee, is noted for being the home of Alvin C. York. York, then a Sergeant, won world-wide fame on October 8, 1918 when, armed with a Springfield rifle and an automatic revolver, killed 20 Germans, captured a hill, and compelled the surrender of 132 of the enemy, including a Major and 3 Lieutenants. He was decorated by six nations, including the U.S. Medal of Honor and the French "Croix de Guerre". In 1942 York was commissioned a Major by the U.S. Army


Swimming Pool, Kingswood School
Title:
Swimming Pool, Kingswood School
Bean Station Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-4345



Kinzel Springs Hotel on Little River, Kinzel Springs, Tenn
Title:
Kinzel Springs Hotel on Little River, Kinzel Springs, Tenn
Kinzel Springs Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 69931


Watauga Dam and Glimpse of Lake, Eastern Tennessee
Title:
Watauga Dam and Glimpse of Lake, Eastern Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-13933 TVA's Watauga Dam, on the Watauga River in east Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 677,000 acre-feet of storage for flood control and for maintenance of a water supply for navigation and power production. Electric power installation consists of t ow 25,000 kilowatt units. The dam is constructed of earth and rock fill with a maximum width through the bast of 1275 feet. It is 320 ft. high and 900 ft. long



Air View of Norris Dam and Lake, Tennessee
Title:
Air View of Norris Dam and Lake, Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
N 980 Series E-5420


Beach and Lodge, Pickett State Park
Title:
Beach and Lodge, Pickett State Park
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series E-6253 View of lodge and beach at Pickett State Park



J.C.57 Pardee Hall, Milligan College, Tenn
Title:
J.C.57 Pardee Hall, Milligan College, Tenn
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 17-Sep


Guard Mount, Fort Ogletporpe
Title:
Guard Mount, Fort Ogletporpe
Chickamauga Tennessee (TN), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-23

Description:
Series 11370



Group Of Happy Picnickers, Cumberland Mountain State Park
Title:
Group Of Happy Picnickers, Cumberland Mountain State Park
Cumberland Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series T-33 Four miles south from Crossville on State Route 28 is Cumberland Mountain State Park where the tourist may enjoy swimming and other out-door sports. It is one of the most attractive recreational spots in Tennessee. Day use of the park facilities are available to tourists but the vacation cabins are usually reserved in advance during the summer months


Pardee Hall
Title:
Pardee Hall
Milligan College Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series J. C. 57



Boys Dormitory Milligan College, Milligan College
Title:
Boys Dormitory Milligan College, Milligan College
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series JC-92 Milligan College in Eastern Tennessee, Carter County, was founded in 1882 by Josephers Hopwood, Co-educational, Liberal Arts, related to the Christian Churches. Located on Tenn. Route 67 between Johnson City and Elizabethton.


Southland Motel & Restaurant, Highway 231
Title:
Southland Motel & Restaurant, Highway 231
North Lebanon Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Dr. & Mrs. A. T. Hall, Owners, Mr. & Mrs. James C. Green, Mgrs. Electric Heat - Air Conditioned - Television.



Sunset Dock
Title:
Sunset Dock
Byrdstown Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1978 Aug-14

Description:
"Home of the Big Small Mouth Bass" Located 5 miles south of Byrdstown, Tenn. On Hwy. 42 Cottages, Boats, Motors, restaurant, etc. Owned and operated by Lloyd & Mildred Harrison. Byrdstown, Tenn.


River Theatre
Title:
River Theatre
San Antonio Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1977 Nov-10

Description:
A beautiful open air theatre, with the San Antonio River winding between the stage and the audience.



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

Description:
1. State Capitol, Nashville. 2. Doughboy Statue in Overton park, Memphis. 3. The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson. 4. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 5. Tennessee State Shrine, "Rocky Mount". 6. Clingman's Dome Parking Area, Great Smoky Mt. National Park. 7. A breathtaking vista. 8. Rhododendrons in the springtime on a mountain side. 9. Davy Crockett's birthplace, Limestone. 10. Bristol International Speedway. 11. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 12. Cotton Picking Time. 13. The Delta Queen. 14. Fishing is fine in Tennessee. 15. The Chimneys in the Smoky Mts.


The Glass House
Title:
The Glass House
Helenwood Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Shiloh National Military Park
Title:
Shiloh National Military Park
Shiloh Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Shiloh church, on site of original Shiloh church site, here stood the original Shiloh church, from which the bottle took its name. The present church was completed in 1949.


The Fort Donelson Visitor Center
Title:
The Fort Donelson Visitor Center
Dover Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Fort Donelson visitor center at fort Donelson national battlefield, 'Dover, t Tennessee. It opened in February 1962, the centennial of the battle here, and is administered by the department of the interior, national park service. Here, visitors may browse the museum and see a 15-minute theater program. The battlefield can be seen from the observation deck.



Parking Area At Newfound Gap
Title:
Parking Area At Newfound Gap
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Parking Area at Newfound Gap as Seen from the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial. This is the highest point on the Newfound Gap Highway which crosses through the center of the National Park and connects Tennessee and North Carolina. It is the starting point of the Skyway Highway to Clingman's Dome, whose peak may be seen in the distance.


Watts Bar Dam
Title:
Watts Bar Dam
Watts Bar Dam Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Beautiful Buffalo River
Title:
Beautiful Buffalo River
Buffalo Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Interstate Forty crossing of the Buffalo River at Buffalo, Tennessee. The Buffalo River valley of Southern Tennessee offers unusual rural beauty and sporting interest. Many boating and fishing enthusiasts enjoy the fast current and clear water of the lower Buffalo for canoeing and "float trips."


Tennessee State Capitol
Title:
Tennessee State Capitol
Baton Rouge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Tenn. State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853 at a cost of$2,500,000.00. The architecture is that of a Greek lonic Temple. It is located on a plateau 175' above the Cumberland River and is a landmark for the entire area.



Mt. Aetna Entrance Building
Title:
Mt. Aetna Entrance Building
Mt. Aetna Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Spectacular ride from the spacious Gift Shop and Entrance Building ascends 2800 feet to the summit of Mt. Aetna. Breathtaking views of Lookout Valley and Chattanooga. Don't miss the subterranean tour in beautiful Crystal Cave! Just 4 1/2 miles from Chattanooga, Tenn. on U. S. 41 North.


New Moneagle Hotel
Title:
New Moneagle Hotel
Cumberland Plateau Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1935

Description:
Cumberland Plateau Elv. 2000 Ft. U. S. 41



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

Description:
"Volunteer State" Capital: Nashville, Area: 42,244 sq. mi. Population: 3,567,089. Motto: Agriculture, Commerce. Flower: Iris. Bird: Mockingbird. Tree: Tulip Poplar. 16th State admitted to the Union.


Boys Dormitory, Milligan College
Title:
Boys Dormitory, Milligan College
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Milligan College in Eastern Tennessee, Carter County, was founded in 1882 by Josephers Hopwood, co-educational, Liberal Arts, related to the Christian Churches. Located on Tenn. Route 67 between Johnson city and Elizabethton.



Fountain City Methodist Church
Title:
Fountain City Methodist Church
Fountain City Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Memorial Chapel - Fine Arts Building
Title:
Memorial Chapel - Fine Arts Building
Lambuth College Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
MEMORIAL CHAPEL - FINE ARTS BUILDING. ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRING BUILDINGS ON THE BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS OF ONE OF THE BEST CO-EDUCATIONAL COLLEGES IN AMERICA.



Signal Mountain Hotel
Title:
Signal Mountain Hotel
Signal Mountain Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Signal Mountain, all year-round resort, forty minutes form Chattanooga by electric car or automobile, is one of the genuine surprises and treats for visitors. Although so convenient, and connected by modern transportation, it is amid rugged scenery. Two thousand feet altitude explains its cool, healthful air, and fine water. The hotel and many bungalows are built of pink sandstone.


Greetings From Lookout Mountain
Title:
Greetings From Lookout Mountain
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Umbrella Rock, Mocaasin Bend, Atop Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.



Ka-Mar Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Ka-Mar Motel & Restaurant
Pitttsburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
3 Miles N.W. Jasper, 31 Miles N.W. Chattanooga, Jct. 41 - 72 - 64. Carpeted, Room Control Heat & Air Conditioning, T.V. and Restaurant. Mailing address South Pittsburg, Tennessee.


A Vacation Home
Title:
A Vacation Home
Norris Park Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
One of the 25 modern vacation cabins in the Tennessee Valley Authority's 3,800-acre Norris Park, a short distance from Norris Dam in northeast Tennessee. These cabins have proved popular for four summers with vacationists from all parts of the country who come to visit Norris Dan and enjoy the facilities for boating, fishing, swimming, riding and other types of outdoor recreation.



Carroll County Courthouse
Title:
Carroll County Courthouse
Huntingdon Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Carroll County, one of the largest counties of West Tennessee and principal trade center of the large area, is surrounded by a progressive farming and industrial area. McKenzie, Trezevant, Bruceton, Hallow Rock, Clarksburg, Cedar Grove, and McLemoresville are other trade and educational centers of this fast growing and progressive community.


Sam Davis House
Title:
Sam Davis House
Smyrna Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Birthplace and home of Sam Davis, near Smyrna, Tenn. Youthful Scot of the Confederate Army who was executed by the Federals because he would not divulge the name of the person form whom he secured information.



Greetings From Fort Donelson
Title:
Greetings From Fort Donelson
Donelson Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Top View: Park entrance showing part of the Centennial parade being led by Dover Band and American Legion Color guard followed by part of the "Red River Raiders" skirmish unit of Clarksville, Tennessee. Lower View: "Red River Raiders" skirmish unit from Clarksville, Tennessee Company "E" 10th Tenn. Regt. C.S.A.


Greetings From Pickwick
Title:
Greetings From Pickwick
Pickwick 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.



Greetings From Fort Donelson
Title:
Greetings From Fort Donelson
Donelson Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Top View: Park entrance showing part of the Centennial parade being led by Dover Band and American Legion color Guard followed by part of the "Red river Raiders" skirmish unit of Clarksville, Tennessee. Lower View: "Red River Raiders" skirmish unit from Clarksville, Tennessee ... Company "E" 10th Tenn. Regt. C.S.A.


Best Way Thrift Store
Title:
Best Way Thrift Store
Collierville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains
Great Smoky Mountains Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The Great smoky Mountains National Park is one of the newest of our national playgrounds. In the park are to be found the most majestic mountains in the East and the greatest variety of trees and plants in an equal area in the World. Fine paved highways lead through the Park and trails lead to the more inaccessible parts of the region


Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains
Great Smoky Mountains Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side:- S - Chimney Tops M - The Loop - Over O - Cumberland Falls K - Lake Santeetlah Y - Little Pigeon River M - Indian Creek Falls O - Newfound Gap U - Loop near Newfound Gap N - Mt. Le Conte T - Le Conte Creek A - Abrams Falls I - Charlies Bunion N - Summer Cottages on Little River S - Laurel Falls Trail



Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side :- T - Roper's rock, Lookout Mountain E - typical Indian Squaw and Papoose N - State Capitol, Nashville N - Sam Davis Monument, Nashville E - Columbian Mutual Tower, Memphis S - Chimney Tops, Great Smokey Mountains S - Chimney Tops, Great Smokey Mountains E - Incline Railway Car, Lookout Mountain E - Incline Railway Car, Lookout Mountain.


Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Tennessee - area 42,022 sq. miles, of which 355 sq. miles is water; 34th state in size; admitted into the Union in 1796. state flower- passion flower. Capital - Nashville. Places of interest; Meriwether Lewis National Monument. Containing the grave of Captain Lewis, explorer, Hales Bar Dam in the Tennessee river; Mississippi River cantilever bridge at Memphis; the Hermitage, Nashville, home of President Andrew Jackson.



Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


411 Motel
Title:
411 Motel
Marysville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Maryvile's Finest. New and modern. Electric heat. Air conditioning. Tile baths. Wal-to-wall carpeting. Innerspring and foam rubber mattresses. Restaurant adjoining



Entrance To The Hermitage
Title:
Entrance To The Hermitage
Hermitage Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Entrance to the Hermitage, Home of General Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States, Hermitage, Tenn.


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Old Hickory Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
DuPont Plant, Andrew Jackson "Old Hickory". Located about ten miles from Nashville is an industrial city known as Old Hickory, Tenn. It has one of the most complete rayon silk manufacturing plants in the country, also cellophane plants which leads the United States in the production of this product.



Tennessee
Title:
Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Key To Views On Other Side:- 1 - Norris Dan 2 - Roper's Rock, Chattanooga 3 - Skyline of Memphis 4 - Indian Squaw, Great smoky Mts. Nat. Park 5 - Little River, Great Smoky Mts. Mat. Park 6 - Mt. LeConte, Great Smokey Mts. Nat. Park 7 - State Andrew Jackson Home, Hermitage Iris, The State Flower of Tennessee.


Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
1 - Reel foot Lake Tiptonville 2 - State Capitol, Nashville 3 - Hermitage, Nashville 4 - Norris Dam, Knoxville 5 - Loop-Over, Great Smoky Mountains National Park 6 - Moccasin Bend, Chattanooga 7 - Scene on the Mississippi River, Memphis 8 - Cumberland River Approaching Cunningham Bridge, near Clarksville.



Greetings From Tennessee
Title:
Greetings From Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1957


Butler Memorial Bridge on Highway 421 Across The South Holston Reservoir
Title:
Butler Memorial Bridge on Highway 421 Across The South Holston Reservoir
Holston Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Martin Springs Tourist Lodge, U. S. Highways 41 & 84
Title:
Martin Springs Tourist Lodge, U. S. Highways 41 & 84
Martin Springs Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
At the Foot of Cumberland Mountains Martin Springs Tourist Lodge - Modern Cottages - Home Cooked Meals - Spring Water - Service Station and Gift Shop. Located at the famed Martin Springs which flow 6500 gals. per hour from a cavern in the Cumberland Mts


Greetings from Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Tennessee
Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:

Nickname: The Volunteer State
1940 Population: 2,915,841
Area in Square Miles: 42,022
Entered the Union: June 1, 1796



The Riverside Hotel, Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies
Title:
The Riverside Hotel, Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies
Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1960

Description:
At entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A modern hotel located in heart of Gatlinburg. Ample parking space. Shaded grounds overlooking river. 100 air-conditioned, comfortable rooms with privated-bath. Hotel cars availabe for scenic tours. Temperature controlled swimming pool. New air-conditioned dining room over-looking patio and pool. Phone 373. J. T. Trotter, Mgr.


Cherokee Lake
Title:
Cherokee Lake
Cherokee Lake Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A glimpse of Cherokee Lake in Easter Tennessee. Cherokee Lake is 59 miles long and is on the Holston River, a tributary of the Tennessee River



Falls Mill
Title:
Falls Mill
Belvidere Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1873 as a Woolen Mill. Restored in 1970 and now producing old fashioned stone ground corn meal and flours powered by a giant 34 ft. water wheel


Mt. LeConte And Gatlinburg
Title:
Mt. LeConte And Gatlinburg
Crockett Mountain Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Seen from the upper terminal of the Sky Lift on the summit of Crockett Mountain. The spectacular Sky Lift in Northern areas it gives its riders unfolding panoramic vistas of the Great Smoky Mountains and of Gatlinburg below. The view of world famous Mt. LeConte is unsurpassed



Mt. LeConte And Gatlinburg
Title:
Mt. LeConte And Gatlinburg
Crockett Mountain Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
As seen from the Sky Lift to Crockett Mountain. The spectacular Sky Lift is the only one of its kind in the South. Known as a Ski Lift in Northern areas it gives its riders unfolding panoramic vistas of the Great Smoky Mountains and of Gatlinburg below. The view of world famous Mt. LeConte is unsurpassed


Cherokee Dam
Title:
Cherokee Dam
Cherokee Dam Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
Tennessee Valley Authority On Holston River, Cherokee Dam began storing the waters of east Tennessee's Holston River a few days before Pearl Harbor, and now contributes vital electric power to the Tennessee Valley Authority system supplying wartime industrial plants in the Valley. The Cherokee project was completed in the record-breaking construction time of 16 months... a mark beaten only by the recent completion of TVA's nearby Douglas Dam in 12 months and 19 days. Cherokee Dam, rising 175 feet above the bed of the stream, stretches 6760 feet across the river valley. Its 31,000 acre reservoir extends 58 miles upstream



Watauga Dam Boat Dock On The Shores Of Watauga Lake In East Tennessee
Title:
Watauga Dam Boat Dock On The Shores Of Watauga Lake In East Tennessee
Watauga Dam Tennessee (TN) unused


Watauga Dam And glimpse of Lake
Title:
Watauga Dam And glimpse of Lake
Watauga Dam Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
TVA's Watauga Dam, on the Watauga River in east Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 677,000 acre-feet of storage for flood control and for maintenance of a water suply for navigation and power production. Electric power installation consists of two 25,000 kilowatt units. The dam is constructed of earth and rock fill with a maximum width thorugh the base of 1275 feet. It is 320 ft. high and 900 ft. long



Bridge over French Broad River
Title:
Bridge over French Broad River
Newport and Morristown Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
U.S. Highway No. 25


Bridge Over Holston River
Title:
Bridge Over Holston River
Kingsport and Johnson City Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
U.S. Highway 23



Blackberry Farm
Title:
Blackberry Farm
Walland Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1953 Oct-23


Stop at Dale's Place
Title:
Stop at Dale's Place
Flintville Tennessee (TN), Real Photo

Description:
On concrete road between Schaefferstown and Lebanon. Gas, oil, sandwiches, ice, cream, candy, tobacco, cigars and all kinds of soft drinks. Special dinners on request. Service with a smile.



1947 Street Scene - Ritz Theatre
Title:
1947 Street Scene - Ritz Theatre
Clinton Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Dennis O'Keefe "T Men" Hoskins Rexall Drug Store


View of Y.M.C.A.
Title:
View of Y.M.C.A.
Bemis Tennessee (TN), Linen



Hathburn - home of the Harry T. Burn family
Title:
Hathburn - home of the Harry T. Burn family
Niota Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Holiday greetings from Harry and Ellen Burn


View of Big Sandy
Title:
View of Big Sandy
Big Sandy Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1913 Feb-5



Lake View From Inn Room
Title:
Lake View From Inn Room
Paris Landing State Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Morris Ferry Dock
Title:
Morris Ferry Dock
Estill Springs Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Woods Reservoir; between Highways US 41 & 41-A; boat & motor rentals & sales; tackle, baits, gas mooring, storage service & repairs; 4,000 acres is south's cleanest lake; conveniently located near Tullahoma, Sewanee, Manchester, Winchester, & Decherd.



Harrison Bay State Park, Restaurant and Boat Deck
Title:
Harrison Bay State Park, Restaurant and Boat Deck
Harrison Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Harrison Bay State Park is located on 1500 acres of wooded Campgrounds on the shores of Chickamauga Lake, four miles North of Harrison, Tennessee on Highway 58. The Park has easy access to Interstate 75, Sixteen miles North of Chattanooga. Attractions in the park include tent and trailer campsites, boating, fishing, swimming (in pool), Hiking, Playground, and Group Camping.


Bridge
Title:
Bridge
Trace State Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Cottage at Natchez Trace State Park
Title:
Cottage at Natchez Trace State Park
Natchez Trace State Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1956 Apr-14


Bon Air Camp for Girls
Title:
Bon Air Camp for Girls
Sparta Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1947 Sep-3



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