Scenic Drive, Rocks
Title:
Scenic Drive, Rocks
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Real Photo


Birds-eye view, Stockton Valley, on Trail 7
Title:
Birds-eye view, Stockton Valley, on Trail 7
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Real Photo

Description:
Bird's-ey view, Stockton Valley, on Trail 7, 42, Frey



Hydro-Electric Plant on the Watauga River in East Tennessee
Title:
Hydro-Electric Plant on the Watauga River in East Tennessee
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series N-271


Kentucky Lake
Title:
Kentucky Lake
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Beach at the Kentucky Lake State Park. Vacationland for thousands of visitors each year



Pickett State Park
Title:
Pickett State Park
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
In this 12,000 acre recreation area on State Highway 154 near Jamestown, Tennessee are caves, peculiar rock formations, deer grazing areas, hiking trails, cottages, swimming, boating. Picnicking and camping facilities.


West End Of Mt. Le Conte
Title:
West End Of Mt. Le Conte
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1936 Jul-15

Description:
This view of the west end of Mt. Le Conte is seen from near Fightin Creek Gap, on the state highway between Gatlinburg and Elkmount.



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

Description:
Iris, State Flower of Tennessee. The State of Tennessee is proud of its heritage and History. The State Bird is the Mockingbird The State Flower is the Irish The State Tree is Tulip Poplar The State Motto: "America at its Best" State Nickname: "Volunteer State".


Lookout Mountain From The Tennessee River
Title:
Lookout Mountain From The Tennessee River
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1903 Mar-31



U. S. 25 Between Jellico And Follette
Title:
U. S. 25 Between Jellico And Follette
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused


U. S. 25 In The Cumberland Mountains
Title:
U. S. 25 In The Cumberland Mountains
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Between Jellico and Lafollette



U. S. 25 In The Cumberland Mountains
Title:
U. S. 25 In The Cumberland Mountains
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused

Description:
Between Jellico and Lafollette


U. S. 25 W. Between Jellico And Lafollette
Title:
U. S. 25 W. Between Jellico And Lafollette
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Real Photo unused



Tennessee State Shrine
Title:
Tennessee State Shrine
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
"Rocky Mount," the first capitol of the Territory of the United States West of the Allegheny Mountains and South of the River Ohio (1790 - 1792). Original Cobb-Massengill Home (1770) and Kitchen. Museum not shown. Located Highway IIE, between Bristol and Johnson City, Tennessee.


Strawberry Time In West Tennessee
Title:
Strawberry Time In West Tennessee
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Humboldt is the center of the largest berry and vegetable growing area in Tennessee. Pictured is the strawberry Princess at the West Tenn. Strawberry Festival held annually in early May



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

Description:
Picture at left: Tennessee State Capitol Nashville, Tenn. Picture at Right: The Hermitage, the home of Pres. Andrew Jackson, 12 miles east of Nashville on U.S. Hwy. 70.


Greetings From Clarksville
Title:
Greetings From Clarksville
Scenic 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 Kentucky Lake
Title:
Greetings From Kentucky Lake
Scenic 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 Paris Landing State Park
Title:
Greetings From Paris Landing State Park
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

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



The Tennessee Valley
Title:
The Tennessee Valley
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Norris Dam - 265 ft. high; 1872 ft. long; shore line 705 miles. Guntersville Dam - 80 ft. high; 3,980 ft. long; shore line, 584.6 miles. Wheeler Dam - 72 ft. high; 6,335 ft. long; shore line 951 miles. Wilson Dam - 137 ft. high; 4,860 ft. long; 2 locks in tandem. Pickwick Landing Dam - 107 ft. high; 7,715 ft. long; shore line, 550 mt. Chickamauga Dam - 104 ft. high; 5,685 ft. long; shore line, 712 miles. Fowler Bend Dam - 300 ft. high; 1,265 ft. long; shore line, 150 miles. Map by courtesy of Tennessee valley authourity. The TVA area embraces more than 40,000 square miles and encompasses the drainage area of teh Tennessee River and its tributaries in Tennessee and portions of six other states - Virginia, North Carolina. Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Kentucky. More than 2,000,000 people live within this area. All of the dams shown on the map, with the exception of Fowler Bend Dam, are now under construction or completed.


My Homeland
Title:
My Homeland
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
O Tennessee, that gave us birth, To thee our hearts bow down. For thee our love and loyalty Shall weave a fadeless crown. Thy purple hills our cradle was; Thy fields our mother breast. Beneath they sunny ended skies, Our childhood days were blessed. Chorus: O Tennessee: Fair Tennessee; Our love for thee can never die: Dear Homeland, Tennessee. Twas long ago our fathers came. A free and noble band. Across the mountains frowning heights. To seek a promised land. And here before their raptured eyes; In beauteous majesty; Outspread the smiling valleys Of the winding Tennessee, Could we forget our heritage Of heroes strong and brave? Could we do aught but cherish it, Unsullied to the grave? Ah no! the State where Jackson sleeps, Shall every peerless be We glory in they majesty: Our homeland, Tennessee.



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


Butler Memorial Bridge
Title:
Butler Memorial Bridge
Scenic Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
On Highway 421 Across the South Holston Reservoir



Grand Canyon of the Tennessee as viewed from Siganl Mountain
Title:
Grand Canyon of the Tennessee as viewed from Siganl Mountain
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Cove Lake State Park, U. S. Hwy. 25-W
Title:
Cove Lake State Park, U. S. Hwy. 25-W
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Cove lake State Park between Lake City, and Jacksboro, Tenn. Looking across Cove lake can be seen the Cumberland Mountain chain, and the golf course at the park. Facilities for camping, boating, picnicking and water sports are available at this most scenic and restful State Park. Only a short distance to Knoxville, the Great Smoky Mountains, and to Kentucky.



The Loop On The L. & N. Railroad
Title:
The Loop On The L. & N. Railroad
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The Loop on the L. & n. Railroad, Near Tennessee-Georgia Line.


My Homeland, Tennesse
Title:
My Homeland, Tennesse
Scenic Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1959

Description:
Music by Roy Lamont Smith Words by Nell Grayson Taylor Pearson O Tennessee, that gave us birth. To thee our hearts bow down, for thee our love and loyalty Shall weave a fadeless crown, Thy purple hills our cradle was Thy fields our mother breast, Beneath thy sunny bended skies, Our childhood days were blessed. Twas long ago our fathers came, A free and noble band. Across the mountains frowning heights, to seek a promised land . And here before their raptured eyes; In beauteous majesty: Outspread the smiling valleys Of the winding Tennessee. Could we forget our heritage Of heroes strong and brave? Could we do aught but cherish it. Unsullied to tyhe grave? Ah no! the State where Jackson sleeps. Shall ever peerless be We glory in thy majesty: Our homeland, Tennessee. Chorus: O Tennessee, Fair Tennessee, Our love for thee can never die, Dear Homeland, Tennessee. Adopted 1925.





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