Lake of the Ozarks "Tad Poles"


Camden County Court House
Title:
Camden County Court House
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
On Lake of the Ozarks



Harwood Hotel
Title:
Harwood Hotel
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen PM 1945 Aug-14

Description:
Your Approved "AAA" Hotel "Air Cooled Rooms" Famous Rainbow Trout Dinners


Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused



Harwood Hotel
Title:
Harwood Hotel
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen PM Aug-24


Lowell Boat Docks
Title:
Lowell Boat Docks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused



Lowell Boat Docks
Title:
Lowell Boat Docks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo


Lowell Boat Docks - "Lake of the Ozarks"
Title:
Lowell Boat Docks - "Lake of the Ozarks"
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo PM 1948 Jul-10



Royal Modern Cottages
Title:
Royal Modern Cottages
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo PM 1948 Jul-12

Description:
Phone 812


Niangua Bridge Crossing the Lake of the Ozarks
Title:
Niangua Bridge Crossing the Lake of the Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo PM 1943 Aug-11



Niangua Bridge, Lake of the Ozarks
Title:
Niangua Bridge, Lake of the Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused


Night Hawk Cafe and Rodeo Room
Title:
Night Hawk Cafe and Rodeo Room
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome

Description:
On Missouri's Beautiful Lake of the Ozarks. Your Hosts - Anna May and Buford Foster. Blair Distributing Co.



El Kay Resort Motel
Title:
El Kay Resort Motel
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Mrs. Wilkersons Figure Bottle Museum
Title:
Mrs. Wilkersons Figure Bottle Museum
Camdendon Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused

Description:
Cedar Grove Cottages, Hy. 54



Basket Making In The Ozarks
Title:
Basket Making In The Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the few native handicrafts remaining in the U. S. A. is still practiced near Camdenton, Mo. in the beautiful Ozark mountains. The extremely sturdy baskets are hand split and woven from the most select, straight, knot free, second growth, white oak and hickory trees. It is quite common to find baskets, just like these made today, in homes in the area, that are 25 to 50 years old. Their strength and durability and their natural beauty make them unique in this day of mass production Dexter


Granny's Country Store
Title:
Granny's Country Store
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Highway 54 East



Drapolite Formation at Bridal Cave
Title:
Drapolite Formation at Bridal Cave
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused


The Bridal Cave
Title:
The Bridal Cave
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused



Pipe Organ Bridal Cave
Title:
Pipe Organ Bridal Cave
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused


Reiter's Court
Title:
Reiter's Court
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Hyway #5, North. Located on the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks. 10 nice, clean and comfortable units. Air-cond. & free TV in all units. All lake activities nearby. Owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs. Walter Neftzger. For reservations, phone Dickens 6-2946



Ozark Tavern
Title:
Ozark Tavern
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused


Mrs. Wilkersons Figure Bottle Museum
Title:
Mrs. Wilkersons Figure Bottle Museum
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused

Description:
Cedar Grove Cottages, Hy. 54 - Phone Di 6-9970



Camdenton, on the Lake fo teh Ozarks
Title:
Camdenton, on the Lake fo teh Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
A Colourpicture Publication


Adams Cafe
Title:
Adams Cafe
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
1/2 block east of square, Camdenton, MO 24 hour service - souvenirs Lake of the Ozarks



Night Hawk Cafe and Rodeo Room
Title:
Night Hawk Cafe and Rodeo Room
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
On Missouri's Beautiful Lake of the Ozarks. Your hosts - Anna May and Buford Foster


Adams Cafe
Title:
Adams Cafe
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Adasm Cafe 1/2 block east of square, Camdenton, MS 24 hr. servoce-Souveniers Lake of the Ozarks "Plastichrome" by Colourpicture



A & M Motel
Title:
A & M Motel
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
On Highway 54 West of Junction of 5 & 54. Air-conditioning and electric heat, free T.V. Stay and play in the Heart of the Ozarks - Bagnell Dam and Lake of the Ozarks nearby. Phone D1 6-2924


In The Ozarks
Title:
In The Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P2514



Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen PM 1943

Description:
Located at The confluence of the Big Niangua and Osage Rivers, commanding a magnificent view of the Lake of the Ozarks. From this cliff, Winona, an Indian maiden, sister of chief Marabo, Delaware tribe, leaped to her death while being pursued by chief Okema (Eagle Eye) and his warriors of the Osage tribe. When Minetus, her lover, saw her leaping, he became enraged and a battle between his comrades and the Osage warriors ensured. During this battle Chief Okema and Minetus grappled with each other and fell from precipice to their death.


Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
Overlooking Lake of the Ozarks



Messengers Resort
Title:
Messengers Resort
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Chrome PM 1959 May-11


Hahatonka Castle, Lake of the Ozarks
Title:
Hahatonka Castle, Lake of the Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
On what is now Hahatonka Lake, Daniel Boone is said to have trapped beaver in 1801. A member of Pike's Expedition visited the region in 1806. In his Views of Louisiana, published in 1814, this section was described by Henry M. Brackenridge. The house that has since been known as the "Castle," was built by Robert M. Snyder, Kansas City, in 1905.



Hahatonka Castle, Lake of the Ozarks
Title:
Hahatonka Castle, Lake of the Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
HAHATONKA CASTLE. On what is now Hahatonka Lake ,Daniel boone is said to have trapped beaver in 1801.A Member of Pike's Expendition visited the region in1806. In his Views of Louisiana,Published in 1814,this section was describe by Henry M.Brackenridge.The house that has since been known as the "Castle",was built by Robert M.Snyder ,Kansas City,in !905


Court House
Title:
Court House
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
On the Lake of The Ozarks Bl 15



New Niangua Bridge Over The Lake Of The Ozarks
Title:
New Niangua Bridge Over The Lake Of The Ozarks
Camdenton Missouri (MO), Linen unused

Description:
On route 5, between Camdenton and Versailles, A bridge of Cantilever truss construction, 1,958 feet long, has 100 piers, roadway is 80 feet above solid rock. Bears the name of the Niangua River, a lake tributary.




Total: 35 Items