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Boy standing by tree while person looks out left window of Cable Mill, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cable Mill; Building No. 172; Cades Cove, II-B-(5)-Cable Mill-3107, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Cable Mill Buildings
Broken window in shed Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Broken window wrapped in torn plastic Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Broken windowpane Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
Broken windowpane on ground Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
Broken windowpanes in wooden building Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Howser House break-ins
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
Buildings with open shutters Everglades National Park; National Park Service Fuch's property, Coot Bay. 3x5 black and white print.
Chimneys campground comfort station windows Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rehabilitation 1936 windows with sash Work Order #62.Chimneys Campground Comfort Stations, II-B-(4)-14118, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings
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Circa 1963
Construction, superintendents residence, interior bedroom window, 1941 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1941-10
Damaged window at Cowpens Cowpens National Battlefield
Damaged window showing position of truck Cowpens National Battlefield Show position subject vehicle rested S.C. P26146 Cissell 0725 8-28-78 Kodak B&W 400 Tri-X
Detail of farmstead house window catch, Luftee Gap, North Carolina, 1952 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Detail of window catch; re-erection at 'Luftee.Oconaluftee Farmstead House; Building No. 230, II-B-(5)-Ocon-6036, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer, Farmstead buildings
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Circa 1952
Detail of wooden siding and windows on farmstead house, Oconaluftee, North Carolina, 1952 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Photograph of original setting, Joe Queen place: Detail View 6.Oconaluftee Farmstead House; Building No. 230, II-B-(5)-Ocon-6018, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer, Farmstead buildings
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Circa 1952
Door with windows Dry Tortugas National Park; National Park Service

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