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Ranger in front of Mt. Collins trail shelters, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mt. Collins Trail Shelters; Building No. 545, IV-Z-7986, Miscellaneous
Front view of Quarters No. 78, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarters No. 78, II-B-(2)-7003, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of Quarters No. 75, Sugarlands, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1948 survey.Quarters No. 75; Sugarlands, II-B-(2)-7002, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Men in woods, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rangers, Roy and Oliver Lynch.Still near Walker Sisters' Place, III-A-Still-7243, History - Artifacts - Moonshine Stills
Men in woods, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rangers, Roy and Oliver Lynch.Still near Walker Sisters' Place, III-A-Still-7244, History - Artifacts - Moonshine Stills
View of Building No. 517, Cosby, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarters No. 517; Building No. 517; Cosby, Tenn. II-B-(2)-7707, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Quarters No. 72, a man in coat posing with a dog, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarters No. 72, II-B-(2)-7007, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Side view of quarters No. 365, Smokemont, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1948 survey, size 3 x 5.25. Quarters No. 365; Geo. Beck House; Smokemont, II-B-(2)-7008, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Essay contest winner prize presentation, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park District Ranger, Rodney Royce, making presentation; others unidentified. 1959 Essay Contest, IV-Z-7950, Miscellaneous
View of Cooper House through trees, Elkmont campground, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Elkmont Concrete Block House #2; Cooper House; Quarters No. 210, II-B-(2)-7064, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Demonstration of trail buggy at Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6976, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
View of Cosby Ranger Station, Cosby, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Ranger station and portion of quarters...Built 1963,Cosby Ranger Station; Building No. 372, II-B-(2)-7705, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Demonstration of trail buggy at Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6977, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
View of Cosby Ranger Station, Cosby, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Ranger station and portion of quarters...Built 1963,Cosby Ranger Station; Building No. 372, II-B-(2)-7706, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Forrest officials examining the trail buggies, Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6983, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
View of Building No. 518, bare trees around, Cosby, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Permanent personnel quarters... Built 1963,Quarters No. 518; Cosby, Tenn. II-B-(2)-7708, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of relief model in Sugarlands Visitor Center, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Relief model in Sugarlands Visitor Center. Relief Model, IV-M-7803, Miscellaneous - Maps
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1962-08-03
View of landslide in the Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perry Dam Slide Gatlinburg Spur Foothills Parkway, II-R-FHP-7834, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
View of Little Pigeon Valley from Morton Overlook, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Looking down Little Pigeon Valley from Morton Overlook on US-441.View from Morton Overlook, I-A-GEN-7999, Natural Features - Mountains - General Views
Front side view of Jim Ramsey House, porch with 3 chairs, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1952 quarters appraisal.Quarters No. 73F; Jim Ramsey House, II-B-(2)-7000, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of grass rooted by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7644, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
View of grass rooted by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7652, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Front view of Hummel House, Foothills Parkway, Chilhowee, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Hummel House; Quarters No. 590; West end of Foothills Parkway; Chilhowee, II-B-(2)-7604, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of Blue Ridge parkway, Cherokee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Development as seen from Big Cove road.Development on Cherokee Indian Reservation, IV-Z-7910, Miscellaneous
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1964-03-16
Front side of Myers House, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Front, building report photo.Lake Myers House; Cades Cove, Tenn; Building No. 188, II-B-(6)-7021, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
Snow covered road, near Newfound gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park US-441 below Chimneys (background) after snow removal.The Chimneys in snow, I-A-CHIM-7869, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from the Chimney Tops
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1964-02-21
Rear view of Myers House, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rear View, building report photo.Lake Myers House; Cades Cove, Tenn; Building No. 187, II-B-(6)-7020, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
Sideview of Hummel House, Foothills Parkway, Chilhowee, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park West end of Foothills Parkway on Chilhowee Mountain. Building report photo.Hummel House; Quarters No. 590, II-B-(2)-7606, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Rangers Roy and Oliver Lynch and another woman at horse barn, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rangers Roy and Oliver Lynch.Still near Walker Sisters' Place, III-A-Still-7242, History - Artifacts - Moonshine Stills
View of grass rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7641, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
View of Building no. 497, Oconaluftee Seasonal Quarters, Oconaluftee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Permanent personnel quarters,Quarters No. 497; Headquarters Area, II-B-(2)-7704, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of grass rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7642, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Staff taking coffee and cake, Headquarters maintenance area, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Going-away coffee for Willie Lon Huskey; Headquarters maintenance area, February 24. 1965. Coffee for Willie Lon Huskey, IV-P-6989, Miscellaneous - Personnel
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1965-02-24
3 men around LeConte Lodge, cottages can be seen around, Summit of Mt. LeConte, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Main building.LeConte Lodge; Summit of Mt. LeConte; Building No. 144, II-B-(6)-LeC-7011, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings - LeConte Lodge buildings
Boar trapped in Parsons Branch trap, Park Forester Senne, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Boar trapped in Parsons Branch trap about August 1960. Park Forester Senne.Wild Boar, I-E-Mam-HD-7693, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1960-08
View from Caughron place, flood water in the background, Cadescove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Flooding water in background.Cades Cove from Geo. Caughron place, I-C-CC-7984, Natural Features - Coves - Cades Cove
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1964-03-15
Oconaluftee maintenance area from outside, a car in the foreground, Oconaluftee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Oconaluftee Maintenance Area, II-B-(3)-7724, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Utility buildings
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1963-12
Staff taking coffee and cake, Headquarters maintenance area, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Going-away coffee for Willie Lon Huskey; Headquarters maintenance area, February 24, 1965. Coffee for Willie Lon Huskey, IV-P-6988, Miscellaneous - Personnel
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1965-02-24
Backside view of Hummel House, Foothills Parkway, Chilhowee, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park West end of Foothills Parkway on Chilhowee Mountain. Building report photo.Hummel House; Quarters No. 590, II-B-(2)-7605, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of landslide in the Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perry Dam slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills parkway. II-R-FHP-7836, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
View of landslide in the Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perrys Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills Parkway. II-R-FHP-7835, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
Close view of landslide in the Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perry Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills parkway. II-R-FHP-7837, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
Front view of building no. 373, covered with snow, bare trees around, Cosby, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Built 1957,Cosby Camptender Quarters; Building No. 373, II-B-(2)-7711, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of equipment shelters and varied vehicles under shelter, Oconaluftee Maintenance area, Oconaluftee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Oconaluftee Maintenance area; Equipment Shelters, II-B-(3)-7722, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Utility buildings
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1963-12
Snow covered road, near Newfound gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Near Newfound Gap on US-441 snow removal after storm of 2/20.Snow, I-A-MR-7867, Natural Features - Mountains - Views from Newfound Gap and Clingmans
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1964-02-21
View of Building no. 363, Oconaluftee Seasonal Quarters, Oconaluftee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park One 2-unit (No. 363C),Oconaluftee Seasonal Quarters; Building no. 363, II-B-(2)-7703, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of a trail buggy being tried upwards the hill, Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6981, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
Snow covered road, near Newfound gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park US-441 below Chimneys (background) after snow removal.The Chimneys in snow, I-A-CHIM-7868, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from the Chimney Tops
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1964-02-21
View of a vehicle in a snowstorm, Newfound gap, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1/2 mile below Walker Prong. S&W Wrecker,Snowstorm, I-A-MR-7844, Natural Features - Mountains - Views from Newfound Gap and Clingmans
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1964-02-17
View of horse stables at Smokemont campground, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park 22 box stalls...Built 1963,Smokemont Horse Concession; Stables, Bldg. No. 473, II-HC-Sm-7729, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Smokemont Stables
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1963-12
View of extensively eroded area where wild boar have rooted and rolled, Parsons Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Soil rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-HD-7635, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
View of two trail buggies being tried, many officials are present, Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6978, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
View of two trail buggies being tried, many officials are present, Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6979, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
Demonstration of three trail buggies with forest officials in the background, Fighting Creek Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Demonstration at Fightin' Creek Gap.Trail Buggy, II-E-Trail Buggy-6982, Physical Facilities - Equipment - Trail Buggy
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1965-02
View of a small wooden shelter, Spence Field, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Spence Field Wooden Shelter; Building 157, II-B-(4)-TS-7981, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings - Trail Shelters
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1964-01-30
View of Kermit Caughron barn from backside, bare trees in the foreground, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Kermit Caughron Barn; Cades Cove, Tenn. Building No. 581, II-B-(6)-7602, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
Backside view of Jim Ramsey House in the background, bare trees in foreground, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Quarters No. 73F; Jim Ramsey House; Webb Creek, II-B-(2)-7001, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
View of equipment building with few vehicles, Cosby maintenance area, Cosby Campground, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Built 1963,Cosby Maintenance Area; Equipment Building No. 569. II-B-(3)-7725, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Utility buildings
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1963-12
Park entrance for Great Smoky Mountains, Cherokee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Scars show plainly from park entrance sign. Development on Cherokee Indian Reservation, IV-Z-7902, Miscellaneous
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1964-03-16
View of extensively eroded area where wild boar have rooted, Parsons Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Eroded area of old boar rooting,Hog Damage; on Parsons Bald. I-E-Mam-HD-7631, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Snow covered road, near Newfound gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Looking toward NC; Newfound Gap with snow piled by plows to 12 feet high at side. Snow Removal; 1964, II-R-SR-7870, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1964-02-21
View of evidence that erosion starting from rooting by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Evidence of erosion starting from rootings by wild boar (?),Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7640, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Picture of staff after presenting gifts to Willie Lon, Headquarters maintenance area, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Going-away coffee for Willie Lon Huskey, Headqharters maintenance area-February 24, 1965,Coffee for Willie Lon Huskey, IV-P-6995, Miscellaneous - Personnel
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1965-02-24
View of building no. 570, bare trees around, Cosby, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park One 2-unit (No. 570A); One 4 Unit (No. 570) B; Built 1963,Cosby Seasonal Quarters; Building No. 570, II-B-(2)-7709, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
Staff standing while presenting gifts to Willie Lon Huskey, Headquarters maintenance area, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Going-away coffee for Willie Lon Huskey,; Headquarters maintenance area--February 24, 1965,Coffee for Willie Lon Huskey, IV-P-6992, Miscellaneous - Personnel
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1965-02-24
Typical horse trail in wood areas, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Two-Mile Branch Horse Concession; Barn; Building No. 580A, II-HC-2Mi-7241, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Two Mile Branch Stables
Park staff at grassland on Gregory Bald rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7639, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Rear of Lake Myers House in decaying condition, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rear, building report photo, size 3 x 4.Lake Myers House; Cades Cove, Tenn; Building No. 188, II-B-(6)-7022, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
Close look of Boar in Parsons Branch trap, near Parsons Branch stream, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Boar in trap,Wild Boar, I-E-Mam-HD-7700, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1960-08
View of hillside from Big Cove bridge, man standing, Cherokee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park View of development from the Blue Ridge Parkway Bridge.Development on Cherokee Indian Reservation, IV-Z-7904, Miscellaneous
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1964-03-16
Park staff looking at the damage caused, grass rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7645, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Park Forester Senne standing with boar trapped in Parsons Branch trap, Parsons Branch stream in background, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Boar trapped in Parsons Branch Trap,Wild Boar, I-E-Mam-HD-7699, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1960-08
Snow covered road, near Newfound gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Car and information booth roof showing just above snow, Newfound Gap, during snow removal.Newfound Gap in snow, I-A-NFG-7874, Natural Features - Mountains - Views from Newfound Gap
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1964-02-21
View of fallen trees and rocks on ground after flood, Alum Cave Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Flood on Alum Cave Creek Flood of September 1, 1951, IV-D-7832, Miscellaneous - Disasters (Fires; floods; accidents; plane crashes; landslides; snow storm damage)
Staff standing while presenting gifts to Willie Lon Huskey, Headquarters maintenance area, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Going-away coffee for Willie Lon Huskey,; Headquarters maintenace area--February 24, 1965,Coffee for Willie Lon Huskey, IV-P-6993, Miscellaneous - Personnel
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1965-02-24
View of fallen trees and rocks on ground after flood, Alum Cave Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Flood on Alum Cave Creek Flood of September 1, 1951, IV-D-7831, Miscellaneous - Disasters (Fires; floods; accidents; plane crashes; landslides; snow storm damage)
Newfound Gap in Winter, covered in snow, sign board in middle, Newfound Gap, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Snow covered.Newfound Gap in Winter, I-A-NFG-7847, Natural Features - Mountains - Views from Newfound Gap
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1964-02-21
View of erosion caused by rooting of grasslands by wild boars, man posing in background, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Erosion caused by rootings of wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7649, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Cosby School essay contest winner prize presentation, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Left to right: Cosby school teacher, Mrs. Vondle Breeden; Rita Butler, Tennessee first prize winner; District Ranger, Jim Thomson.1959 Essay Contest, IV-Z-7942, Miscellaneous
Boar trapped in Parsons Branch trap, Parsons Branch stream in background, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Boar trapped in Parsons Branch Trap,Wild Boar, I-E-Mam-HD-7698, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1960-08
View of fallen trees in forest after flood, Alum Cave Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Arch Rock,Flood on Alum Cave Creek Flood of September 1, 1951, IV-D-7828, Miscellaneous - Disasters (Fires; floods; accidents; plane crashes; landslides; snow storm damage)
View of a vehicle in a snowstorm, Newfound gap, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1/2 mile north of Walker Prong. S& W Wrecker,Snowstorm, I-A-MR-7845, Natural Features - Mountains - Views from Newfound Gap and Clingmans
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1964-02-17
View of fallen trees and rocks on ground after flood, Alum Cave Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Flood on Alum Cave Creek Flood of September 1, 1951, IV-D-7833, Miscellaneous - Disasters (Fires; floods; accidents; plane crashes; landslides; snow storm damage)
Landslide can be observed to the right of cap, Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perrys Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills Parkway. II-R-FHP-7839, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
View of landslide, depression in the ground level can be observed, Foothills parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perrys Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills Parkway. II-R-FHP-7841, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
Cosby School essay contest winner prize presentation, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Left to right: Cosby school teacher, Mrs. Vondle Breeden; Rita Butler, Tennessee first prize winner; District Ranger, Jim Thomson.1959 Essay Contest, IV-Z-7943, Miscellaneous
View of Oconaluftee artifacts storage buildings, grass in the foreground, Oconaluftee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Built 1963 by APW,Oconaluftee Artifacts Storage Buildings; Buildings No. 595, II-B-(3)-7720, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Utility buildings
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1963-12
Pakorn Prapin, Krachang Bunart, Vivit Vadakarn, from Thailand, Cades Cove orientation shelter, Cadescove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Code orientation shelter...Pakorn Prapin, Krachang Bunart, Vivit Vadakarn, from Thailand...Thailand Visitors, IV-V-7858, Miscellaneous - Visitors
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1964-02-16
View of Oconaluftee River from Big Cove bridge, Cherokee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Scars are in clear view up Oconaluftee River from Big Cove bridge.Development on Cherokee Indian Reservation, IV-Z-7903, Miscellaneous
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1964-03-16
Man examining the damage of grassland on Gregory Bald rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Examining sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7636, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Park staff person near damage of grassland on Gregory Bald, rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar,Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7648, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Man standing on the damage of grassland on Gregory Bald rooted and rolled by wild boar, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7646, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Little River near Townsend entrance, shows recently installed hydrologic bench mark, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Little River near Townsend entrance. Shows recently Installed hydrologic bench mark. Bench Mark, II-A-Gen-7854, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Miscellaneous Minor Structures
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1964-02
View of landslide, depression in the ground level can be observed, Foothills parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perrys Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills Parkway. II-R-FHP-7843, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
View of landslide, depression in the ground level can be observed, Foothills parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perrys Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills Parkway. II-R-FHP-7840, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur
Roads and house sites as seen from Blue Ridge Parkway, Cherokee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Roads and house sites as seen from Blue Ridge Parkway road shoulder.Development on Cherokee Indian Reservation, IV-Z-7906, Miscellaneous
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1964-03-16
View of grassland on Gregory Bald rooted and rolled by wild boar, man examining the damage, Gregory Bald, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sod rooted and rolled by wild boar (?).Hog Damage, I-E-Mam-HD-7650, Natural Features - Fauna - Hog Damage and Hog Control
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1959-09-18
Development scars along park boundary as seen from US-441, Cherokee, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Development scars along park boundary as seen from US-441, near pioneer farmstead.Development on Cherokee Indian Reservation, IV-Z-7905, Miscellaneous
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1964-03-16
Sideview of Kermit Caughron barn, bare trees in the foreground, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park North side, taken from east side.Kermit Caughron Barn; Cades Cove, Tenn. Building No. 581, II-B-(6)-7603, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
View of landslide, depression in the ground level can be observed, Foothills parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Perrys Dam Slide the biggest slide Gatlinburg Spur, Foothills Parkway. II-R-FHP-7842, Physical Facilities - Roads - Foothills Parkway, Gatlinburg Bypass', Gatlinburg Spur

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