Connemara Farms
Title:
Connemara Farms
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. An abbreviated verson of Norman Corwin's Broadway show, The World of Carl Sandburg, is presentd at Connemar during the summer. The poem "Fingers" is the subject of this scene.


The Rootabaga Stories, Connemara Farms
Title:
The Rootabaga Stories, Connemara Farms
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Connemara Farms: Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site: Flat Rock, North Carolina. A play based upon Carl Sandburg's stories for children of all ages. The Rootabaga Stories, is presented on site during the summer.



Front Entrance of Bonclarken Hotel
Title:
Front Entrance of Bonclarken Hotel
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


View of Woodfield's Inn
Title:
View of Woodfield's Inn
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Just 3 1/2 miles south from Hendersonville on U.S. Highway 25, behind the old rail fence---you'll find Woodfields Inn nestled in a grove of mighty oaks, spruce, white pine and hemlocks. Rhododendron, laurel and ivy are in profusion. Woodfields retains all the charm and tradition of yesteryear, plus modern conveniences for comfortable living.



A. R. Presbyterian Chapel at Ben Clarken
Title:
A. R. Presbyterian Chapel at Ben Clarken
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Near Hendersonville


Connemara Farm
Title:
Connemara Farm
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The last home of Carl Sandburg, the world renowned poet. Carl Sandburg was born in Galesburg, Ill., Jan. 6, 1878, died at Connemara Farm, Flat Rock, NC, July 22, 1967. The two time Pulizer prize winner in 1940 and 1950, lived here from 1942-1967, the longest that he lived at any one place. Open to the public as the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, by the National Park Service, Flat Rock, NC



St. John in the Wilderness Historic Episcopal Church
Title:
St. John in the Wilderness Historic Episcopal Church
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
In 1836 Charles and Susan Baring deeded their private chapel to the Diocese of North Carolina; and the Rt. Rev. L.S. Ives consecrated it on Ausust 28, 1836. A major addition was made to the building in 1852


St. Johns in the Wilderness
Title:
St. Johns in the Wilderness
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Near Hendersonville. The first outpost of the Episcopal Church planted west of the Blue Ridge in North Carolina was the parish of St. John in the Wilderness. This building was started in 1833 and in 1836 a group met and organized themselves into a congregation



Front Entrance of Bonclarken Hotel
Title:
Front Entrance of Bonclarken Hotel
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


A Glimpse Of Bonclarken
Title:
A Glimpse Of Bonclarken
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
A glimpse of Bonclarken as seen from across highland Lake, Flat Rock, N.C.



Flat Rock Playhouse
Title:
Flat Rock Playhouse
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Oldest Professional summer theatre in the State, and since 1961 the State theatre of North Carolina. Vagabond Players present Broadway productions late June To early September.


Interior Of The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Chapel
Title:
Interior Of The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Chapel
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Chapel at Bonclarken, Flat rock, N. C., near Hendersonville.



Aerial View Of Bonclarken Assembly A. R. Presbyterian Church
Title:
Aerial View Of Bonclarken Assembly A. R. Presbyterian Church
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


Aerial View Of Bonclarken Assembly A. R. Presbyterian Church
Title:
Aerial View Of Bonclarken Assembly A. R. Presbyterian Church
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused



Flat Rock Playhouse
Title:
Flat Rock Playhouse
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The State Theatre of North Carolina. Home of the famous Vagabond Players and the Vagabond School of the Drama


Connemara Farm
Title:
Connemara Farm
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
The last home of Carl Sandburg, the World renowned Poet. Carl Sandburg was born in Galesburg, Ill., Jan. 6, 1878, died at Connemara Farm, Flat Rock, N. C., July 22, 1967. The two time Pulitzer prize winner in 1940 and 1950, lived here from 1942-1967, the longest that he lived at any one place. Open to the public as the "Carl Sandburg Home National Historic site", by the National Park Service, Flat Rock, N. C.



Pinacle Mountain from Nortonwood
Title:
Pinacle Mountain from Nortonwood
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-7


Carl Sandburg Quilt
Title:
Carl Sandburg Quilt
Flat Rock North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site; Flat rock, North Carolina. This special quiet, made for the Sandburg Centennial, features Carl Sandburg surrounded by his deep interests in literature, music, Abraham Lincoln, and Connemara, Sandburg's last Home.





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