Anhinga trail in the EvergladesPen note on the back: "Observation trail into the Everglades. Several species of fish and gawe were seen, pluse live gators. Everglades National Park. 1955 (Now being developed)".
View of Mt. LeConte, Tennessee, 1958Great Smoky Mountains National ParkNear Newfound Gap. Infra Red photo. Horizontal.Mt. LeConte, I-A-LEC-5955, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from Mt. LeConte
Visitors on lookout point of TrailEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceClose up of visitors at Anhinga Trail, standing on walkway looking at pond, lady in foreground looking thorough binoculars.
Five people observing nature next to their car, 1958Great Smoky Mountains National ParkTaken for use in Exhibit No. 2 of Sugarlands Visitor Center. Horizontal.View From Clingmans Dome, I-A-CD-5654, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from Clingmans Dome
Cars parked overlooking mountains, 1958Great Smoky Mountains National ParkTaken for use in Exhibit No. 2 of Sugarlands Visitor Center. Horizontal. Used in Exhibit Be Sure to See, titled View from Clingman's Dome.View From Clingmans Dome, I-A-CD-5653, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from Clingmans Dome
Marker with plaque designating the observation tower history, Clingmans Dome, Great Smoky Mountains National ParkGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkMetal plaque mounted on gravel covered concrete marker. Observation tower This structure, built in 1959, replaced a wooden fire tower that succumbed to the elements and time. It stands on the boundary between Tennessee and North Carolina at an elevation of 6642 feet, the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The spiraling 300 foot ramp rises 45 feet above the ground to provide you with an unobstructed panoramic view of more than 50 miles in all directions. The smoke like haze rising from the dense forest gave the name to these mountains.Observation tower marker Clingmans Dome, II-A-Sign-17241