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AV Equipment and the Parks University of Georgia Libraries Call number: j84: i29.9/2: au2.
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1985-10-01
Bertrand Bottles: A Study of 19th-Century Glass and Ceramic Containers Clemson University Libraries Call number: i29.59: 12.
1974
Brownlee caretakers house with missing windows and siding falling off, 1960 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Caretakers house with siding falling off and windows out.Brownlee Leasehold, II-B-(7)-3993, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Leaseholder buildings
1960-07
Burning scrap pile Everglades National Park; National Park Service On Slide: Preparing to burn trash pile near research center; 2/24/78; A-5; 011
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1978-02-24
Cabin Project - 107 Specifications for Materials South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Canal running parallel to road Everglades National Park; National Park Service View of very full canal alongside road; "Canals".
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1947-04
Cement blocks in bare patch beneath palm Everglades National Park; National Park Service Palm - Middle Cape Sable after Donna; 19 Sept 1960; HB Muller
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1960-09-19
Chief of Visitor Services Stanley Canter and former Chief Naturalist Arthur Stupka in Stupka library, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1986 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chief of Visitor Services Stanley Canter and former Chief Naturalist Arthur Stupka look at a part of the Stupka Library that was donated to the NPS in 1983. the material was on exhibit in the library at the Open House held to demonstrate the moveable shelves and the renovation of the lower level of SVC.Stupka Donation, IV-P-17304
1986-05-22
Chief of Visitors Service Stanley Canter and former park naturalist Arthur Stupka pose with donated material in Stupka library, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1986 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chief of Visitor Service Stanley Canter and former Park Naturalists Arthur Stupka pose with a part of the Stupka Library that was donated to the NPS in 1983. This material was on exhibit during an open house held to show the renovation of the lower level of SVC.Stupka Library Donation, IV-P-17305
1986-05-22
Construction materials behind Cosby Campground Shelter Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction.Cosby Campground Shelter; Building No. 425, II-A-Amph-3335, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Amphitheaters and campfire circles, campground shelters
Decking on Bridge, Cataloochee Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park All old decking and stringers removed, and new steel I-beams laid across the transverse supports. The longer beans, as shown on the right side, allowed for staggering of laps to insure continuity of the supporting members. Reconstruct bridge, Cataloochee, Work order No. R-29 GSM.Cataloochee Bridge, II-F-(4)-6389, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Bridges on Roads
Decking on bridge, Cataloochee Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Decking in place, and wheel-guards bring installed...The widening of bridge at near right side to accommodate the alignment of the approach road...Note the hose line from air compressor to the paint pot, on left of bridge, as used in repainting the metal framing parts. Reconstruct bridge, Cataloochee, Work order No. R-29 GSM. Completion report photo. Cataloochee Bridge, II-F-(4)-6391, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Bridges on Roads
End of Brownlee house with missing siding and broken screen door, 1960 Great Smoky Mountains National Park End of Brownlee house with missing siding and broken screen door.Brownlee Leasehold, II-B-(7)-3989, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Leaseholder buildings
1960-07
Extinguishing of burning scrap pile Everglades National Park; National Park Service On Slide: Preparing to burn trash pile near research center; 2/24/78; A-5; 013
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1978-02-24
Holding the Line: Controlling Unwanted Moisture in Historic Buildings Clemson University Libraries Call number: i29.84: 39.
1996-10

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