Panther and crocodile, 1883-1895?The Florida panther was shot either by Little Tiger in 1891 near Coconut Grove, or by Mr. Richards near the Punch Bowl (freshwater spring, Miami), January 17, 1895. Ralph Munroe shot the 14 ft., 7 in. crocodile at Arch Creek, the winter of 1883-84. He sent the skin to the American Museum of Natural History (New York), where it was placed on display.; (Funding) Electronic reproduction. Miami, Fla. : Reclaiming the Everglades, c2000. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software. Digitized from photographs at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami, Florida.
Timber Top Lodge, Indian GapGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkFront view...Held under SUP by Ruben B. Robertson until destroyed by fired in May of 1958.Timber Top Lodge (Balsam Lodge); Indian Gap, III-B-4120, History - Buildings
Timber Top Lodge, Indian GapGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkRear view...Held under SUP by Reuben B. Robertson until destroyed by fire in May of 1958.Timber Top Lodge (Balsam Lodge); Indian Gap, III-B-4121, History - Buildings