Newfound Gap Parking Area
Title:
Newfound Gap Parking Area
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tennessee (TN), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This large parking area is on top of the main ranges of the Great Smoky Mountains on the North Carolina-Tennessee state line. It is the highest point in the Trans-mountain Highway US 441 the elevation being 5045 feet above the sea level. To my left may be seen Clingmans Dome the highest peak in the park, and it is from here that the Clingmans Dome Highway begins.


Parking Area at Clingmans Dome - Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Parking Area at Clingmans Dome - Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Parking Area at Clingmans Dome - Great Smoky Mountains National Park. From this parking area on Forney Ridge a short hike takes one to the highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park--Clingmans Dome--Altitude 6643 feet above sea level. One of the most popular hikes--to Andrews Bald--also starts from this parking area.



Parking Place at Newfound Gap As Seen From Spelman Memorial
Title:
Parking Place at Newfound Gap As Seen From Spelman Memorial
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This is the largest national park in Eastern America and it straddles the range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams.


Smoky Mountains Trailway Bus
Title:
Smoky Mountains Trailway Bus
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 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.



Smoky Moutain trailway Bus on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Smoky Moutain trailway Bus on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
"America's most popular park can be crossed by through bus service running between Knoxville, Tenn. and Asheville, N.C. In buying an North-South or East-West ticket ask your agent to route your trip through the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on comfortable Trailways buses."


Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus at Newfound Gap
Title:
Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus at Newfound Gap
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.



Man Posing at the Pinnacle
Title:
Man Posing at the Pinnacle - Great Smoky Mntn National Park
Great Smoky Mountains Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Clingmans Dome, Great Smokey Mountains National Park
Title:
Clingmans Dome, Great Smokey Mountains National Park
Real Photo PM 1939 Jun-23

Description:
6,642 feet, highest mountain in the Smokies, and highest point in the state of Tennessee.



"Springtime In The Smokies" - Great Smokey Mountain National Park
Title:
"Springtime In The Smokies" - Great Smokey Mountain National Park
Real Photo PM 1941 Sep-24


Lower Tunnel and the Chimney Tops, Newfound Gap Highway
Title:
Lower Tunnel and the Chimney Tops, Newfound Gap Highway
Real Photo unused



Great Stone Face - Scenic Loop
Title:
Great Stone Face - Scenic Loop
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Indian Gap Highway
Title:
Indian Gap Highway
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Highway as seen from Chimney Tops, a double-capstone knob; one of the few instances of a bare rock summit in the Smokies.



Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Real Photo PM 1947 Mar-12

Description:
Tunnel on the Newfound Gap Highway and the Chimney.


Laurel Falls
Title:
Laurel Falls
Real Photo unused



Little Pigeon River
Title:
Little Pigeon River
Real Photo unused

Description:
Mt. LeConte in Distance


Horseback Riders High in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Horseback Riders High in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Chrome unused

Description:
Walter Cline This picture is made on the trail to Mt. LeConte of a place called Rocky Spur. Horseback riding is a popular sport in the Smokies and there are many trails suitable for riding. Koppel Color Cards



Greetings From the Great Smokey Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From the Great Smokey Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tennessee (TN), Linen

Description:
Astride the Tennessee/North Carolina border, though one of the newest, has become on of America's most favored parks. The Smoky Mountains for 36 consecutive miles in the park are more than 6000 feet high. The Loop-Over is one of the most spectacular views in the park. Chimney tops may be seen in right background. Laurel Falls are actually two falls, separated at a 15 foot shelf by a trail. The upper fall is shown on this card.


Dogwood in the Smokies
Title:
Dogwood in the Smokies
Gatlinburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Dogwood, one of the many naturally abundant blossoms that have made the Great Smokies a natural paradise. Design printed from original hand cut block.



Mountaineer in the Smokies
Title:
Mountaineer in the Smokies
Chrome unused

Description:
Natural woodsmen, hunters and trappers. Their resourcefulness in the forest highlands dose credit to Boone and Crockett. America's best known woodsmen. This post card designed and printed in the Smokies directly from the original hand-carved woodcut.


The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Chrome unused

Description:
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park A typical Smoky Mountain cabin built in the highlands from native mountain materials. Design printed from original hand cut block.



New Riverside Hotel
Title:
New Riverside Hotel
Gatlinburg Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
"Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park"


Greetings from Eastern Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings from Eastern Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Waynesville North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



Skyland Highway
Title:
Skyland Highway
Great Smoky Mountain National Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


Clingmans Dome
Title:
Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountain National Park Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
6642 Feet. Skyland Highway & Clingman's Dome



Smoky Mountain Music Parn, Parkway
Title:
Smoky Mountain Music Parn, Parkway
Pigeon Forge Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
"The Country Music Caravan" presents country music old & new, gospel and bluegrass. Good clean family fun. Live albums & TV taping. Group rates. Free parking. For information & reservations phone (615) 428-0083 or 428-0086


Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Cherokee North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
A few minutes drive beyond this gate will explain why this is America's most popular natural attraction Dexter Press, Inc



546-Bird's -Eye View of Cherokee Indian Reservation Adjoining Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
546-Bird's -Eye View of Cherokee Indian Reservation Adjoining Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
Cherokees now live at gate of park which once they owned. The Cherokee Indians of the Qualla Reservation interest visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park when they pass through the reservation on the way to the park. The Cherokees once owned all of the land now in the park. They continue their old crafts and sports and have a history as thrilling as that of the Exodus, which it resembles


Parking Area At Newfound Gap, Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Title:
Parking Area At Newfound Gap, Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Linen PM 1947 Mar-24

Description:
Parking Area at newfound Gap as seen from Rockefeller Memorial. One of the greatest of nature's displays is the Great Smoky Mountains National park, the largest national park in Eastern America. This park straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms he boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams.



Campground Program Shelter And Campground Store, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Campground Program Shelter And Campground Store, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Scenic North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Campground Program Shelter and Campground Store Codes Cove. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Daily nature walks and nightly illustrated campfire programs are among the many interesting activities which originate at this very popular developed campground


Clingman's Dome Tower, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Clingman's Dome Tower, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Scenic North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Clingmans Dome Tower Great Smoky Mountains National Park Completed in 1959, this new observation tower is on top of the Parks highest peak – elevation 6642 feet. From this point can be seen breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains in every direction. The tower is reached by an easy half-mile paved trail from the parking area on Clingmans Dome.



Parking Area At Clingman's Dome
Title:
Parking Area At Clingman's Dome
Chrome PM 1963 Aug-11

Description:
Parking area at Clingman's Dome in Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Headquarters Smoky Mountains National Park Service
Title:
Headquarters Smoky Mountains National Park Service
Gatlinburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Headquarters of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this village, lying close to the base of the magnificent Smokies, has become the principal starting point for the numerous hikes, horseback trips and motor tours into the higher mountains. Here visitors find many attractive accommodations and various craft souvenir shops displaying beautiful and interesting articles made by native mountaineers.



Newfound Gap And Rockefeller Memorial, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Newfound Gap And Rockefeller Memorial, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen PM 1951 Apr-25

Description:
Here we see the Tennessee approach to Newfound Gap, center of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. At the far edge of the Gap is the Rockefeller Memorial, commemorating the gift of $5,000,000-half of the purchase price of the 440,000 acres of forested wilderness that makes up this new national park.


Cherokee Indian Reservation, Great Smoky Mountains
Title:
Cherokee Indian Reservation, Great Smoky Mountains
North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Cherokee Indian Reservation on the eastern boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Asheville, N. C., is the home of over 3,000 Indians of the Eastern Band of Cherokees who still pursue the ancient crafts and customs of their race. The Indians are a principal attraction for visitors in the new national park.



View In Autumn, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
View In Autumn, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
The loop-Over is one of the most unique features on the Newfound Gap Highway in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here the road makes one complete circle in the stead of four sharp curves that were on the old road at this point. From the Loop-Over can be seen the famous Chimney Tops, which is one of the most rugged and picturesque peaks of the Smokies.


Swinging Bridge Across Creek
Title:
Swinging Bridge Across Creek
Smoky Mountains National Park North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Mount Vernon Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Top view is of Newfound Gap Parking Area and the bottom view is a scene along the highway to Clingmans Dame, highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


Woodcut from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Woodcut from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Chrome unused

Description:
Native black bears are protected in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and are a familiar sight to travelers crossing the mountain roads. This post card designed and printed in the Smokies directly from the original hand-carved woodcut.



Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Chrome unused

Description:
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the newest at 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.


Naturalist Service
Title:
Naturalist Service
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Works Progress Administration (WPA) circa 1939, artist unknown. Between 1935 and 1943 the WPA's Federal Art Project printed over two million posters in 35,000 different designs to stir the public's imagination for education, theater, health, safety and travel. Due to their fragile nature only two thousand posters have survived. The National Park image shown here is also available in the original poster format from many National Park bookstores



Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen PM 1947

Description:
America's most popular park can be crossed by through bus service running between Knoxville, Tenn. and Asheville, N.C. In buying a North-South or East-West ticket ask your agent to route your trip through the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on comfortable Trailways buses


Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
America's most popular park can be crossed by through bus service running between Knoxville, Tenn. and Asheville, N.C. In buying a North-South or East-West ticket ask your agent to route your trip through the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on comfortable Trailways buses



Newfound Gap Parking Area - Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Newfound Gap Parking Area - Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Tennessee (TN), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This large parking area is on top of the North Carolina-Tennessee state line. It is the highest point on the Trans-mountain Highway U.S.441, the elevation being 5045 feet above sea level. To the left may be seen Clingmans Dome, the highest peak in the Park, and it is from here that the Clingmans Dome Highway begins


Clingman's Dome - Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Title:
Clingman's Dome - Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1948 Aug-4



One of the Numerous Pretty Water Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
One of the Numerous Pretty Water Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused


Air View at the Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Air View at the Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Gatlinburg Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Nestled in a valley surrounded by The Great Smokies, Gatlinburg has become the main entrance to the National Park. With many fine Hotels, Motor Courts, and Restaurants, Gatlinburg affords the visitor the finest in Resort atmosphere. Color Photo by Gene Aiken Koppel



Entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Gatlinburg Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1944 Jun-10

Description:
The New Gatlinbur Inn GATLINBURG-IN-THE-SMOKIES-TENNESSEE Hiking, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Swimming, Tennis, Badminton, Shuffleboard, Ping-Pong and Other Indoor Games Private Baths Delightful Dining Room European Plan Reasonable Rates


President Roosevelt Speaking at the Dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
President Roosevelt Speaking at the Dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the peoples of and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller."



Le Conte lodge on Mount Le Conte, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Le Conte lodge on Mount Le Conte, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus at Newfound Gap on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Smoky Mountain Trailways Bus at Newfound Gap on Highway Thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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



Ani-Tsagi (Indian Ball) Being Played by Cherokee Indians on Reservation
Title:
Ani-Tsagi (Indian Ball) Being Played by Cherokee Indians on Reservation
Great Smoky Mountains National Park North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Located on the extreme western boundary of North Carolina and adjoining the Great Smkoy Mountains National Park, the Qualla Reservation, consisting of 63,000 acres, represents a typical part of the vast mountain domain that once was owned and occupied by the Cherokee Indians


Le Conte Lodge, on Mount Le Conte, Great Smoky Mountains Naitonal Park
Title:
Le Conte Lodge, on Mount Le Conte, Great Smoky Mountains Naitonal Park
Linen unused



Greetings from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK astride the Tennessee-North Carolina border, though one of the newest, has become one of America's most favored parks. The Smoky Mountains, for 36 consecutive miles in the park are more than 6,000 ft. high. The LOOP-OVER is one of the most spectacular views in the park. Chimney Tops may be seen in right background. LAUREL FALLS are actually two falls, separated at a 15-foot shelf by a trail. The upper fall is shown on this card C.T. Art-Colortone


President Roosevelt Speaking at the Dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
President Roosevelt Speaking at the Dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial. The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the peoples and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller."



Cades Cove Orientation Shelter
Title:
Cades Cove Orientation Shelter
Chrome PM 1973 Jul-20

Description:
Cades Cove Orientation Shelter and parking area at beginning of historic tour road Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Clingman's Dome Tower, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Clingman's Dome Tower, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Scenic North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Completed in 1959, this new Observation Tower is on top of the Parks highest peak elevation 6,642 feet. From this point can be seen breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains in every direction. The tower is reached by an easy half-mile paved trail from the parking area on Clingman's Dome.



Clingmans Dome Parking Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Clingmans Dome Parking Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Scenic North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Clingmans Dome Parking Area Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Clingmans Dome, The highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park can be reached by a short hike from this parking area in the clouds. Altitude 6643 feet above sea level.


Wilson's Hillbilly Restaurant And Motel
Title:
Wilson's Hillbilly Restaurant And Motel
Chrome unused

Description:
?Recommended by Cousin Clem? Famous for Home Made Loaf Bread ? country Ham and Fride Chicken. Located at Townsend, Tennessee on Route 73 between Gatlinburg and Maryville, Tennessee. At the Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. John and Norma Wilson and our friendly Banker ? Owners.



Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Tennessee (TN), White Border PM 1932 Sep-22

Description:
View of Camp Life on Mt. Le Conte


Clingman's Dome Observation Tower, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Clingman's Dome Observation Tower, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen PM 1941 Oct-06

Description:
Each year thousands of visitors climb the observation tower on top of Clingman's Dome for an unforgettable panoramic view of deep gorges and towering mountain ranges. One of the most famous ranges to be seen from this point is Mt. LeConte. On day when the clouds hang low the mountain tops below appear as islands in a sea of white



The Chimney Tops, Newfound Gap Highway
Title:
The Chimney Tops, Newfound Gap Highway
Real Photo unused

Description:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Tunnel And Chimney Tops, Great Smoky Mountians National Park
Title:
Tunnel And Chimney Tops, Great Smoky Mountians National Park
White Border unused

Description:
There are many spectacular views and engineering features along the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway. Here we see the upper end of the lower tunnel, with the Chimney Tops rising majestically in the left background.



Trout Fishing In Little River, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Trout Fishing In Little River, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen PM 1941 Oct-06

Description:
Do you enjoy fishing? One of the outstanding facts about the Great Smokies is the great number of turbulent mountain streams - all filled with speckled trout, rainbow trout, black bass and other game fish.


Calderwood Dam, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Calderwood Dam, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Linen unused

Description:
On Little Tennessee River, Near Great Smoky Mountains.



Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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 Creek. A - Abrams Falls. I - Charlies Bunion. N - Summer Cottages on Little River. S - Laurel Falls Trail


Greetings From North Carolina, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From North Carolina, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Oconaluftee North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Loop over showing chimney tops. Rainbow Falls, Mt. Le conte - Alt. 6593 ft. Alum Cave Bluff.


Greetings From Great Smoky Mts, National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mts, National Park
North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Parking Area at Clingman's Dam. Parking Area at Newfound Gap. Great Smoky Mts. Nat'l Park. Rhododendron Great Smoky Mts. Nat'l Park



Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Less than an hour away from Knoxville, the largest City in eastern Tennessee, highways start upward into the mountains, the Great Smokies, haze-Haloed roof top of Eastern America. In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been reserved the opportunity of seeing the last remaining remnant of primeval Eastern American wilderness, beautiful beyond description, and so rugged and lofty as to bar civilization's inroads, thus remaining until the present, unconquered and unspoiled.


Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Greetings From Great Smoky Mountains National Park
North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park astride the Tennessee - North Carolina border, though one of the newest, has become one of America's most favored parks. The Smoky Mountains, for 36 consecutive miles in the Park are more than 6,000 ft. high. The Loop-over is one of the most spectacular views in the park. Chimney Tops may be seen in right background. Laurel Falls are actually two falls, separated at a 15 foot shelf by a trail. The upper fall is shown on this card.



Winter Time Scene
Title:
Winter Time Scene
Mount Vernon, Linen unused

Description:
Showing one of the native stone bridges on newfound gap highway in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial
Title:
Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial
Linen unused

Description:
President Roosevelt speaking at the dedication of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, his park was given one half by the peoples and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller."



Typical Indian Squaws, Great smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Typical Indian Squaws, Great smoky Mountains National Park
Linen PM 1942

Description:
Typical Squaws and papooses, of the once powerful Cherokee tribe, that since time immemorial has made its home amid the awe inspiring beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains.


Mt. Le Conte
Title:
Mt. Le Conte
Mount Vernon South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1955



Lake Santeetlah, End of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Title:
Lake Santeetlah, End of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Mount Vernon Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
Just outside the southwestern end of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are three beautiful lakes made by power dams built by the Aluminum Company of America. Lake Santeetlah, a bit of which is seen here, has a shore line of more than eighty miles. A state highway (N. C. No. 108) which with Tennessee highway No. 72, skirts the southwestern end of the park, follows along the shore of Lake Santeetlah for ten miles




Total: 75 Items