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Interior of Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas National Park; National Park Service
Interior view of newly treated windows Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rehabilitation interior view looking toward entrance.Chimneys Campground Comfort Stations, II-B-(4)-14120, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings
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1964-03
Jim Hannah house close-up of brick chimney and broken window, Little Cataloochee, North Carolina, circa 1949 Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1948 rehabilitation work.Jim Hannah House; Little Cataloochee; Building No. 147, I-B-(5)-6083, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved
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Circa 1949
Large house on left of image with three windows and two doorways on front, Mingus Creek Mill Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Mingus Creek Mill; Building No. 150, II-B-(5)-Mingus-3062, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved -Mingus Mill
Large house on right of image with three windows and two doorways, Mingus Creek Mill Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Mingus Creek Mill; Building No. 150, II-B-(5)-Mingus-3063, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved -Mingus Mill
Latched window Dry Tortugas National Park; National Park Service Close up of latched window
Main house northwest corner (bay window) Structures, Exterior (H. S. #1), Main House. Main house NW Corner (bay window).
Man looking out of window of 7-mile fire tower, March 1961 Everglades National Park; National Park Service Close up view of man looking out of window of 7-mile fire tower; "Film Kodachrome (copy neg); Filter-none; Camera Kodak Signet 35"; Polyester Copy Negative.
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1961-03
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Boucher standing together in front of building window, circa 1906 National Park Service Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Boucher. Mr. Boucher was Y.M.C.A. director.
Circa 1906
Newly treated comfort station windows Great Smoky Mountains National Park New treatment of side windows to increase light area in the rehabilitated buildings.Chimneys Campground Comfort Stations, II-B-(4)-14119, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings
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1964-03
One man working on window while other man stands on ladder, Smokemont Camptender Quarters, North Carolina, 1958 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction.Smokemont Camptender Quarters; Building No. 366, II-B-(2)-3407, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Quarters
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1958-09
Photo of the outside view of the Crow's Nest during Opening Day Structures, Exterior (H. S. #1), Main House. Photo of the outside view of the Crow's Nest during Opening Day.
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1974-05-11
Photograph of ranger by window Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service Mark Woods, Chris Schofield & Wayne Turner
Plan of high window, Castillo de San Marcos Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Porch of Byars-Ezell House Cowpens National Battlefield Byars-Ezell House, Cowpens National Battlefield, South Carolina, 1979.
Post exchange showing shrubs and window boxes, Fort Moultrie, South Carolina, 1943 National Park Service New Ft. Moultrie Post Exchange shows shrubs and window boxes.

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