Wagon carrier along Shenandoah StreetHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkWagon Carrier Close up view o wagon carriage along Shenandoah Street, Other wagons can be seen in background. Shenandoah Street. Files.
Boy's wagonGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkWagon made by the boy pulling it.Toys; Happy Valley, Tenn. III-A-Gen-12213, History - Artifacts - Miscellaneous (Davis pen; chinking; traps; playhouses; gold mining)
Wooden wheels on farm wagon, circa 1936Great Smoky Mountains National ParkOriginal Captions: Wooden wheels on farm wagon. Farm Wagon; III-H-16427, History - Hauling and Transportation .Wooden wheels on farm wagon.Farm Wagon, III-H-16427, History - Hauling and Transportation
Seasonal Ranger, station wagonHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkSEASONAL RANGERS IN ACTION, 1. Auvil w/ tour, 2. , 3. Rizzo talking on, radio, 4. Rizzo putting out flag, 5. Rizzo directing traffic, 6. Rizzo in Park Car.... Seasonals in Action- File.
Hauling tomatoes in ox wagon, Man and boyGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkOx pulling wooden wagon, man and boy on front seat. Crates (of tomatoes?) in back. Hauling tomatoes to market, III-H-9818, History - Hauling and Transportation
Two saltpeter vats with large pile of nitrite dirt behind them, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, 1892Mammoth Cave National ParkPhotograph -saltpeter vats (glass negative) glass negative: the first saltpeter vats in Mammoth Cave. Kentucky: This photograph was taken by Ben Hains; printed in New Albany, Indiana; 1892. The photo shows the salt peter vats in the rotuna in Mammoth Cave. The photo shows two vats with large piles of nitrite dirt behind them- all of these things are in the rotunds, located in the historic section of Mammoth Cave. This is a glass negative for a black and white photograph. There is a printed inscription across the bottom of the photo "04 first saltpeter vats" and "copyrighted 1892 by H. C. Ganter.. Ben Hains, cave photographer.. New Albany, Ind, U.S.A.". measurements: height 202 mm, width: 252 mm. Thickness: 2 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. Caves, geology, mining, minerals.