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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
New barn on the left under construction, road and parking area in far background, beyond the right barn, Gatlinburg, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Work Order No. R-18 GRSM. Completion report photo. View of horse barns, from upper side of corral. Barn on the left under construction; road and parking area in far background, beyond the right barn.Two-Mile Branch Horse Concession; Roads, parking area, and trails, II-HC-2Mi-7239, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Two Mile Branch Stables
Yellowstone photo album 22, page 26 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 22, page 6 Yellowstone National Park
Stable tack room, LeConte Lodge, Sevierville, Tennessee, 1971 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Stable tack room,LeConte Lodge; Stable, II-B-(6)-LeC-15683, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings - LeConte Lodge buildings
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1971-08-25
Yellowstone photo album 22, page 42 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 22, page 4 Yellowstone National Park
West elevation of stable, Dr. Charles Old Cabin, Emerts Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Old cabin used as stable, west elevation.Dr. Charles Old Cabin Emerts Cove, III-B-10276, History - Buildings
Horses, McCarters Riding Stable, Two Mile branch, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Horses at hitching rack,McCarters Riding Stables; 2 mile branch, II-B-(6)-16796, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
Yellowstone photo album 27, page 68 Yellowstone National Park
Southeast view of stable, Dr. Charles Old Cabin, Emerts Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Old cabin used as a stable, view from the southeast.Dr. Charles Old Cabin Emerts Cove, III-B-10275, History - Buildings
Yellowstone photo album 22, page 78 Yellowstone National Park
McCarters riding stables, Two Mile branch, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Stable Building operated by McCarter's Riding Stable, Two Mile Branch. McCarters Riding Stables; 2 mile branch, II-B-(6)-16794, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Permittee and Concessioner buildings
View of prepared Smokemont horse concession area, Smokemont campground, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Site prepared. Constructed by APW 1963.Smokemont Horse Concession, II-HC-Sm-7586, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Smokemont Stables
Building No. 3a in Swope-Fay Report, Kitchen Lumber Company Stable, Twentymile Creek North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building No. 3a in Swope-Fay Report of 5/13-15/1935, Built in 1925, abandoned in 1929. Construction of culled lumber, partially demolished to provide lumber for side camp construction, Twentymile Creek. No salvage value. Kitchen Lumber Company Stable, Twentymile Creek North Carolina III-B-10806, History - Buildings
1935-05-14
View of a horse stables, Smokemont campground, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Smokemont Horse Concession; Barn; Building No. 473, II-HC-Sm-7535, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Smokemont Stables
View of Smokemont horse concession, car and horses to its right, Smokemont Campground, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Smokemont Horse Concession; during completion, II-HC-Sm-7770, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Smokemont Stables

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