Mize Motel
Title:
Mize Motel
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1963 Oct-17


Pittman Community Center
Title:
Pittman Community Center
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1961 Mar-28



Teague Motel
Title:
Teague Motel
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Quiet, peaceful, color TV, air conditioned, large swimming pool. Ken Hudnall, owner/operator Dexter Press, Inc


Entrance to the Round Top Tourist Court
Title:
Entrance to the Round Top Tourist Court
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Located 12 miles from Great Smoky Mountain National Park and 7 miles from Douglas lake. Good fishing. Family size and small cottages, some with electric kitchens, electric heat, city water, quient locations, beautiful shady spacious grounds. Round Top is different. 3 blocks off US Hwy. 441, 1 block off US 411



Mize Motel
Title:
Mize Motel
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
MIZE MOTEL Sevierville, Tenn. Twenty Minutes from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 15 Minutes from Douglas TVA Lake on U. S. 441. Near U. S. 411. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mize, Mgrs. Phone 3592 Dexter Press, Inc


Douglas Dam
Title:
Douglas Dam
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Douglas Dam, a T.V.A. project on the French Broad River is 202' High and 1705' Long. Douglas Lake impounded by the Dam offers excellent fishing



Bird's-eye View Of Sevierville, Tenn., Smoky Mountains in Background
Title:
Bird's-eye View Of Sevierville, Tenn., Smoky Mountains in Background
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Douglas Dam, Eastern Tennessee
Title:
Douglas Dam, Eastern Tennessee
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series 5B-H1415



Bird's Eye View of Sevierville
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Sevierville
Sevierville Tennessee (TN) unused

Description:
Great Smoky Mountains in Background Mt. Le Conte, Altitude 4,600 feet


Historic Sevier Country Court House
Title:
Historic Sevier Country Court House
Sevierville Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Sevier County Courthouse stands proudly and majestically in the center of Historic Sevierville, Tennessee. Completed in 1896, at a cost of $22,000, the brick walls are thirteen inches thick and its magnificent clock tower, rising 130 feet, has long been a landlocked beacon for incoming motorists





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