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Trees with spotted bark in forest, Marks Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Marks Creek
Forest area with pool of water in foreground Great Smoky Mountains National Park Unidentified woods scene- pool of water in foreground
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia Kings Mountain National Military Park General; Gladen
View of forest Kings Mountain National Military Park
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia Kings Mountain National Military Park Colorfax
Showing a cleared section of the road bed, logs and brush can be seen in the background Mammoth Cave National Park Proj 112 truck trail construction: showing a cleared section of the road bed. logs and brush can be seen in the background. Road construction, forestry.
Removing stump where tree was removed from trail side leading to new entrance, 1938 Mammoth Cave National Park Forestry: removing stump where tree was removed from trail side leading to new entrance. Jan. 1938. Forestry, fuelwood, trails and paths, new entrance.
Young locust trees growing in gullies near check dams, 1936 Mammoth Cave National Park Erosion: young locust trees growing in gullies near check dams May 1936. Conservation and restoration, forestry, dams, trees.
Picture of willows that have been planted on Green River to prevent erosion, 1937 Mammoth Cave National Park Erosion-tree planting: picture of willows that have been planted on green river, to prevent erosion. April 29, 1937. Erosion, conservation and restoration, forestry, trees, houchins ferry.
Showing a cleared section of the road bed, logs and brush can be seen in the background Mammoth Cave National Park Proj 112 truck trail construction: showing a cleared section of the road bed. logs and brush can be seen in the background. Road construction, forestry.
Young locust trees growing in gullies near check dams, 1936 Mammoth Cave National Park Erosion: young locust trees growing in gullies near check dams May 1936. Conservation and restoration, forestry, dams, trees.
Showing the growth of locust planting near Cedar Sink, 1936 Mammoth Cave National Park Erosion: showing the growth of locust planting near cedar sink. May 1936. Forestry, conservation and restoration, trees.
New Discovery, groups of workers conducting excavations Mammoth Cave National Park New discovery-groups of workers conducting excavations excavations, construction, people ray scott photos.
Willows planted on the banks of Green River to prevent erosion Mammoth Cave National Park Tree planting: willows planted on the banks of green river to prevent erosion. April 7. Trees, erosion, conservation and restoration, forestry, rivers.
Various angles on tract 400 west of Woolsey School Mammoth Cave National Park Forestry: various angles on tract 400 west of woolsey school. Forestry, woolsey school.
Tree planting, willows that have been planted to prevent erosion of river bank, 1937 Mammoth Cave National Park Tree planting willows that have been planted to prevent erosion, of river bank. April 1, 1937. Erosion, conservation and restoration, forestry, trees.
View of trail through wooded area Mammoth Cave National Park View of trail through wooded area trees, paths and trails, tourist trade taken by Robert P. Holland, acting park superintendent n negative is stored in cs, refrig, sh 1, bx 13.
Camera at 400 ft south of the i" in the word of Sloans Crossing camera facing north tract 335 1936" Mammoth Cave National Park Forestry: camera at 400 ft s of the i" in the word of sloans crossing. camera facing n. tract 335 Nov. 18. Forestry.
Enrollee cutting dead tree on Mammoth Cave hotel grounds Mammoth Cave National Park Tree surgery: enrollee cutting dead (?) tree on Mammoth Cave Hotel grounds. Forestry, hotels and taverns, Mammoth Cave Hotel.
Various angles on tract 400 west of Woolsey School Mammoth Cave National Park Forestry: various angles on tract 400 west of woolsey school. Forestry, woolsey school.

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