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A group of twelve visitors and two guides having dinner in the cave, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, 1892 Mammoth Cave National Park Photograph -dinner in the cave (glass negative) Glass negative dinner in the cave- Mammoth Cave, Kentucky -- this glass negative that was photographed by Ben Hains in 1892; printed in New Albany, Indiana. location of photograph in Mammoth Cave is unknown. Glass negative shows a group of twelve visitors and two guides having dinner in the cave, there are several open flame lanterns in front of the visitors. There is an inscription in the lower left corner "064 dinner in the cave". There is another inscription in the lower right corner" copyrighted 1892 by H. C. Ganter. Ben Hains cave photographer. New Albany, Ind. U.S.A.".measurements: height 254 mm, width: 204 mm. thickness: 1 mm. Condition: good. The original blue 10-254 lists this as a gift from Ellis Jones on 14 Dec, 1981.Originally housed gsu c, sh 4 with maca 3608-3645, 3724-3743, 3746-3749, 3872-3888, 3903. Guides, caves, tourist trade, lantern, clothing and dress, food.
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-51. Aiken State Park. June, 1956. Tent Campting JTH
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1956-06
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-50. Aiken State Park. March, 1956. Fish Supper JTH
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1956-03
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-52. Aiken State Park. Picnic ND
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-16. Aiken State Park Large Picnic ND
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-35. Aiken State Park. Seeiking a Picnic Site. ND
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-37. Aiken State Park. June, 1956. Tent Campting. JTH
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1956-06
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-49. Aiken State Park. March, 1956. Fish Supper JTH
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1956-03
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-25. Aiken State Park. Family Picnic. ND
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-55. Aiken State Park. June, 1956. Tent Camping JTH
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1956-06
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-17. Aiken State Park. Family of 3 on Picnic. ND
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-34. Aiken State Park.Young Happy Picnic. ND
Aiken State Park, South Carolina AK-33. Aiken State Park. Adult Happy Picnic. ND
Area splits with machines for parking construction on both sides, Cosby Picnic Area, 1957 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Constructed by Park forces 1956-1958,Cosby Picnic Area Parking Area, II-R-Cos-3708, Physical Facilities - Roads - Cosby Roads
1957
Barnwell State Park Comfort Station Addition to Picnic Shelter South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Scale as Shown; Plan No. SC-SF Barn-4-1, BW-20
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1940-08-15
Benches and tables at Deep Creek picnic area, Deep Creek, North Carolina, 1953 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Picnic area located two miles north of Bryson City, NC.Deep Creek Picnic Area; Table and Bench Combinations, II-C-Gen-10878, Physical Facilities - Campgrounds and Picnic Areas - Miscellaneous campgrounds
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1953-07
Benches and tables at Deep Creek picnic area, Deep Creek, North Carolina, 1953 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Picnic area two miles north of Bryson City, NC (Same view as II-C-Gen-10877, only horizontal picture).Deep Creek Picnic Area; Table and Bench Combinations, II-C-Gen-10879, Physical Facilities - Campgrounds and Picnic Areas - Miscellaneous campgrounds
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1953-07
Benches and tables at Deep Creek picnic area, Deep Creek, North Carolina, 1954 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Individual sites; washing hung up in background.Deep Creek Picnic Area; Table and Bench Combinations, II-C-Gen-10877, Physical Facilities - Campgrounds and Picnic Areas - Miscellaneous campgrounds
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1954-07
Blurred view of picnic tables and fireplaces in camp area with truck in right background, Smokemont, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Campsite, showing fireplace and table-bench combination.Smokemont Campground Addition, II-C-Sm-3557, Physical Facilities - Campgrounds and Picnic Areas - Smokemont Campground

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