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Pile of logs with man sitting on machine in background, Manis Branch Great Smoky Mountains National Park Skidder- mouth of Manis Branch
Logs scattered across mountain side, branch below Lynn Camp, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Branch below Lynn Camp
Machine on tracks with men working along tracks, Three Forks, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Three Forks- Peawood Hollow. Log leader. "Sarry" Porker; skidder would be set right below the leader. early 1920s
Trees with spotted bark in forest, Marks Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Marks Creek
Machine on left loading logs on right of track, Jakes Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Skidder, cherry Branch, Jakes Creek- 1920's
Forest area with pool of water in foreground Great Smoky Mountains National Park Unidentified woods scene- pool of water in foreground
Arley Maples with wife and child next to car, Elkmont, Tennessee, 1920's Great Smoky Mountains National Park Arley Maples, wife and child stand by Baby Overland (car). 1920's. 1 of 3 at Elkmont.
Engine sitting on tracks with two men standing in front, Elkmont, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Engine at Elkmont- Log leader behind and above
Crowd of people on shore watching two men in water during baptism, Elkmont, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Baptising in river at Elkmont ca 1920; Most of the people in the picture lived at Elkmont
Wiley Walker's son riding on mule Great Smoky Mountains National Park Wiley Walker's son, Frank, riding on mule. Wiley was a son of John Walker.
Son of Wilce McCarter riding mule Great Smoky Mountains National Park Son of Wilce McCarter riding on mule before 1920
Logs and buildings demolished in skid Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Area filled with cut down trees for Tan Bark operation, Little Greenbrier Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tan Bark operation, Little Greenbrier- hemlock.
Than Oliver driving cart with boy carrying acid wood Great Smoky Mountains National Park Acid wood on wagon. Than Oliver is driver.
Mary Elizabeth Walker Benson with husband and daughter, circa 1920 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mr. and Mrs. John Benson and daughter. ca 1920. Mrs. Benson is John Walker's sister; Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Walker Benson.
Circa 1920
Railroad crossing over Little River, circa 1917 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Long Arm Trestle- Little River RR. ca 1917.
Circa 1917
Ritter Lumber company, Hazel Creek, Proctor, North Carolina, circa 1920 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Ritter Lumber co. Proctor, NC- ca 1920 (Hazel Creek)
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Circa 1920
Shelton family by snow covered trees, circa 1922 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Shelton family by snow covered tree, ca 1922. 2 negatives on one glass.
Circa 1922
John Walker sitting in wooden chair holding cherries, circa 1918 Great Smoky Mountains National Park John Walker holding cherries ca. 1918
Circa 1918

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