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Cherokee Lake Bridge Across Cherokee Lake, on U.S. Highway No. 25E, Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OC-H438. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. BLACKBURN NEWS AGENCY, KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE. CHEROKEE LAKE. The reservoir for Cherokee Dam has a shoreline of 463 miles. It contains 1,500,000 acre-feet of water. The lake, located in the scenic mountain country of beautiful Eastern Tennessee attracts many thousands of visitors, vacationists and fishermen.
Cherokee Lake Cherokee Dam, Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OC-H437.
Cherokee Lake Cherokee Dam, Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OC-H437. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Blackburn News Agency, Kingsport, Tennessee. "CHEROKEE DAM. TVA's Cherokee Dam, located near Jefferson City and Morristown, Tennessee, creates a reservoir containing 1,500,000 acre-feet of water. The dam, situated on the Holston River, is 175 feet high and 6,760 feet long. It has an installed generating capacity of 60,000 kw. in two units." 2014-017
Cherokee Lake ET-105. GERMAN CREEK DOCK AND CHEROKEE LODGE ON CHEROKEE LAKE, EAST TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on obverse. Divided back. No. 2C-H548. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. BLACKBURN NEWS AGENCY, KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE. PHOTO BY PAUL A. MOORE, TENN. CONSERVATION DEPT. THS 999
Cherokee Lake N-714. CHEROKEE DAM, TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY ON HOLSTON RIVER. EAST TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-6666. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Cherokee Dam began storing the waters of east Tennessee's Holston River a few days before Pearl Harbor, and now contributes vital electric power to the Tennessee Valley Authority system supplying wartime industrial plants in the Valley. The Cherokee project was completed in the record-breaking construction time of 16 months .. a mark beaten only by the recent completion of TVA's nearby Douglas Dam in 12 months and 19 days. Cherokee Dam, rising 175 feet above the bed of the stream, stretches 6760 feet across the river valley. Its 31,000 acre reservoir extends 58 miles upstream. THS 882
Cherokee Lake TE9. A panoramic view of beautiful Cherokee Lake in Eastern Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 50594. Asheville Post Card Co., P.O. Box 351, Asheville, N.C. 28802. "TE9. A panoramic view of beautiful Cherokee Lake in Eastern Tennessee. Cherokee Lake is 59 miles long and is on the Holston River, a tributary of the Tennessee River."
Cherokee National Forest CHEROKEE NATIONAL FOREST. Narrative on reverse. #P002-30.
Cherokee National Forest HIGHWAY TO CHEROKEE NATL. FOREST, TENN. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Real photo. W. M. Cline Co. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 2018-032
Cherokee National Forest NIGHT-TIME SCENE OF BACKBONE ROCK, CHEROKEE NATIONAL FOREST NEAR THE TENNESSEE-VIRGINIA STATE LINE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. N-501. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "PHOTO THRU COURTESY NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY."
Cherokee National Forest QUINN SPRINGS, CHEROKEE NATIONAL FOREST. Black and white.
Cherokee National Forest TENNESSEE SPRING. Red Fork Falls, Cherokee National Forest - Building and blooming rhododendron highlight the stair step descent of this seventy-five foot falls and signal the arrival of another Tennessee spring. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P008-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. 1997-047
Cherokee National Forest The Ocoee Whitewater Center. Narrative on reverse. Photo Copyright 1997, Murray Lee.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park "Uncle Mark Thrash - Born near Richmond, Va. Dec. 25, 1820. Coat shown presented him by General Grant. Married 5 times - Father of 29 children; 18 living. Resides now in Chicamauga (Chickamauga) Park, Georgia." Sepia tone. Narrative on reverse. 1993-058
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 102–BRAGG'S HEADQUARTERS, MISSIONARY RIDGE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Pub. by Carter's Cut, N.Y. for the Kress Stores. Message-face with note. 1996-101
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 11117–WILDER'S TOWER, CHICKAMAUGA, TENN. Color. Divided back. Detroit Publishing Co. "PHOSTINT" CARD, Made Only by Detroit Publishing Co.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 11301. GEORGIA STATE MONUMENT, CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELD, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 2021-094
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 11366. CREST OF ORCHARD KNOB, MISSIONARY RIDGE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. "PHOSTINT" CARD. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. "RECEIVED BY MUSEUM. MAY 26, 1920. MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY."
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 11367. ENTRANCE TO ORCHARD KNOB, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Historical post card. Copyright 1907 by Detroit Publishing Co. "PHOSTINT" CARD. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 11370. GUARD MOUNT, FORT OGLETHORPE, CHICKAMAUGA, TENN. Color. White bottom border with title. Divided back. COPYRIGHT 1907 BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. Detroit Publishing Co. 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 11380–NATIONAL BOULEVARD AND CANNON BALL MONUMENT, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. [Chickamauga] Color. Narrative on reverse. COPR. DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. "PHOSTINT" CARD. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. "RECEIVED BY MUSEUM. MAY 26, 1920. MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY."
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 121–Chattanooga, Tenn. Georgia Monument, Chickamauga Park. Cyanotype. MacGowan-Cooke Printing Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Catherine Berry Pilcher Avery Papers, 1736-1971. (TSLA) 1971-109
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 13. ILLINOIS MONUMENT, MISSIONARY RIDGE. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. TICHNOR’S QUALITY VIEWS, BOSTON. PUBLISHED BY ANDREWS PRINTERS. ILLINOIS MONUMENT, MISSIONARY RIDGE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THS 1086
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 13254–Snodgrass House, Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Message face. Divided back. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York. Printed in Germany.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 13260–Illinois Monument on Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York. Printed in Germany.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 13264–Top of Orchard Knob, Illinois, Maryland and New York Monuments, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Message-face. Divided back. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York. Printed in Germany.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 502–President Theodore Roosevelt greeting Lieut. Colonel Edgerly of the 7th U.S. Cavalry, Chickamauga, Tenn. Copyright 1902 by Underwood & Underwood. Black and white. Message-face. Undivided back. Photo. Sun Sculpture Post Cards 2016-033
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 6302–NATIONAL BOULEVARD ON MISSIONARY RIDGE, TENN. Color. Correspondence on reverse. "PHOSTINT" CARD. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. MSS 281
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 6303. BRAGG'S HEADQUARTERS ON MISSIONARY RIDGE, TENN. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. COPYRIGHT 2092 BY DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Detroit Publishing Co. 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 6304. SNODGRASS HOUSE. THOMAS' HEADQUARTERS AT CHICKAMAUGA. Color. Undivided back. White border on obverse with notes. COPYRIGHT 1902 BY DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Detroit Publishing Co.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park 6305. MONUMENT TO ANDREWS RAIDERS, NATIONAL CEMETERY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. COPYRIGHT 1902, BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. Color. White border. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. Detroit Publishing Co. Postmark: Toledo, Ohio, 1906. THS 956
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park A GLIMPSE OF THE BATTLEFIELD CHICKAMAUGA, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. A-35741. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park BLOODY POND. CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELD. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. No. 520. TOM JONES, PUB., CIN., O. Postmark: Chattanooga, Tenn., 1905. 2019-097
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Brotherton House, near CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. No. 2463. Raphael Tuck and Sons' Post Card Series No. 2463, "Chattanooga, Tenn." ART PUBLISHED TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. Printed in Germany. "THE BROTHERTON HOUSE is an old structure standing in Chickamauga Park, and marks the point where the Federal line was broken during the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863. It was built sometime before the Civil War, and the material used in erecting it was native logs." 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Looking South from De Long's Point, Missionary Ridge. Color. Vintage. Title bar. Undivided back. No. 2176. RAPHAEL TUCK AND SONS' POST CARD SERIES NO. 2176, "CHATTANOOGA, TENN." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. PRINTED IN GERMANY.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park CHATTANOOGA, TENN. LOOKING SOUTH FROM DELANY'S POINT, MISSIONARY RIDGE. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. No. 2176. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS' POST CARD SERIES NO. 2176, "CHATTANOOGA, TENN." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. Postmark: Chattanooga, Tenn., 1906. THS 1086
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Scene in the Kelly Field, Chickamauga Park. Color. Vintage. White message border on bottom, obverse. Note added. No. 2176. Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card Series No. 2176, "Chattanooga, Tenn." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. Printed in Germany. TSLA dB 34023. THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, CHICKAMAUGA NATIONAL PARK, TENN. Color. Undivided back. No. E 14534. E 14534 The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City. (Germany) 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Dixie Sight-Seeing Autos at Chickamauga Battlefields, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. 12313. Pub. by D. R. Weill Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "DIXIE SIGHT-SEEING AUTOS, CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELDS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Take the Dixie Sight-seeing Autos for a three hour trip over Chickamauga Battlefields, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., and National Cemetery. $1.00 Round Trip." THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park DIXIE SIGHT-SEEING CARS AT WILDER'S TOWER, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. A-72958. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Florida State Monument, Chickamauga Battlefield, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 5817. Pub. by D. R. Weill Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "FLORIDA MONUMENT. CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELD NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Dedicated in 1913 during the reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. Florida was represented by seven organizations and four guns in the battle of Chickamauga." THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Gen. Bragg's Headquarters on Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Historical card. Narrative on reverse. A-12773. Published by Chattanooga Stationery Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. THS 872
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park GEN. BRAGG'S HEADQUARTERS ON MISSIONARY RIDGE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "ALONG THE DIXIE HIGHWAY." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-12773. C. T. AMERICAN ART. LOOKOUT SERIES NO. 6. PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. From this point, General Bragg commanded the Confederate Forces in the Battle of Missionary Ridge. Illinois Monument to the left of the Observation Tower. 2017-063
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park GEN. JAMES LONGSTREET. Visitor Center, Chickamauga Battlefield. Color. Portrait. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P308719. Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass. 02130. "GEN. JAMES LONGSTREET. Visitor Center, Chickamauga Battlefield. The general was one of the outstanding personalities in the Battle of Chickamauga, September 19-20, 1863." 2016-033
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park General Bragg's Headquarters, Missionary Ridge, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. 5810. Title on front upper left. Correspondence on reverse. Published by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park General Bragg's Headquarters, Missionary Ridge, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. 5810. Title on front upper right. Published by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee. "GENERAL BRAGG'S HEADQUARTERS, MISSIONARY RIDGE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The Headquarters of Gen. Bragg during the battle. Within the Reservation, the government has erected a seventy foot steel observation tower from which splendid view of Lookout Mountain, the entire Chattanooga Valley and a glimpse of Chickamauga Park may be had. State of Illinois has erected a beautiful monument near the tower." THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park GENERAL BRAGG'S HEADQUARTERS, MISSIONARY RIDGE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN.–22. Color. Historical card. Narrative on reverse. 5810. Pub. by D. R. Weill Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 2014-034
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Georgia State Monument, Chickamauga Battlefield, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 5808. Pub. by David R. Weill Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Government Boulevard on Crest of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. 2111. D. B. Loveman Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in Germany. 1998-036
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Government Boulevard on Crest of Missionary Ridge, CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Shows horse and carriage in foreground. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2176. RAPHAEL TUCK AND SONS' POST CARD SERIES NO. 2434, "KNOXVILLE, TENN." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. Postmark: Chattanooga - Richland Park, 1907.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Government Boulevard on Crest of Missionary Ridge, CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Shows horse and carriage in foreground. Divided back. No. 2176. Raphael Tuck & Sons', Post Card Series No. 2176, "Chattanooga, Tenn." ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN. Printed in Germany. THS 527
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park GOVERNMENT BOULEVARD ON MISSIONARY RIDGE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Vintage. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. R-29708. PUBLISHED BY S. H. KRESS & CO. MADE IN U.S.A. GOVERNMENT BOULEVARD ON MISSIONARY RIDGE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Looking South showing observation towers and embracing scenes of the whole assault of the army under Gen. Grant. The advantage gained by the Confederates at Chickamauga was lost here. 2020-143
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park GOVERNMENT BOULEVARD, MISSIONARY RIDGE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. PUBLISHED BY L. J. PETTUS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN. 2020-143
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park HISTORIC KELLY HOUSE at Chickamauga Battlefield near Rossville, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee. Color. Title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-18444-2. Photo. View-O-Gram. Baxtone, Box 175, Amarillo, Texas. Made in U.S.A. Color by Lee Caskey. "HISTORIC KELLY HOUSE at Chickamauga Battlefield near Rossville, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee." 1998-030
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Illinois Monument at General Bragg's Headquarters, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 5807. Pub. by D. R. Weill Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Iowa State Monument, Rossville Gap, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1727. PUB. BY READ HOUSE CIGAR CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. IOWA STATE MONUMENT, ROSSVILLE GAP, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Federal troops retreated to Chattanooga through this gap on Sunday evening, September 20th, 1863.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park KELLY FIELD, CHICKAMAUGA PARK. Historical card. Sepia tone image with beige border. Real photo. Catherine Berry Pilcher Avery Papers, 1736-1971. (TSLA) 1971-109
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Kentucky State Monument, Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 5822. Pub. by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 5822. "KENTUCKY STATE MONUMENT. CHICKAMAUGA PARK, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. Inscription on Monument" 'As we are United in Life and they United in Death, let one Monument Perpetuate their Deeds, and one People. Forgetful of all Asperities. Forever hold in Grateful Remembrance all the Glories of that Terrible Conflict which made All Men Free, and Retained Every Star on the Nation's Flag."
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Looking South from De Long's Point Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White bottom border with title. Divided back. H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago, Ill. Pub. by Chattanooga Stationery Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Monuments in Snodgrass Hill. General Thomas Batteline (Battle line), Chattanooga, Tenn. (Chickamauga). Color. No. 53388. International Post Card Co. Made in Germany.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park MONUMENTS ON ORCHARD KNOB, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. PUBLISHED BY INTERNATIONAL POST CARD CO., NEW YORK. MADE IN GERMANY. MONUMENTS ON ORCHARD KNOB, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2020-143
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park No. 179. New York State Monument, Lookout Battlefield, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Published by S. H. Kress & Co. Sykes-Miller Papers. 1990-129
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park No. 185. Illinois Monument, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Correspondence on reverse. Published by S. H. Kress & Co. 2005-069
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Ohio Monument at Missionary Ridge. Vintage photograph of the Ohio Monument with individuals. Sepia tone. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. Postmark: Cincinnati, Ohio, 1906. 2019-056
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Ohio State Monument, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. 5812. Pub. by D. R. Weill Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Tennessee Historical Society
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Ohio State Monument, Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 5812. PUB. BY READ HOUSE CIGAR CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2017-063
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park ON THE FIRING LINE, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. A-19976. Published by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. "One of the many and pretty historic spots in Chickamauga Park." 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Peace Monument, Chickamauga Battlefield, Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 3, 1913. Black and white. Large white border. 1998-063
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Snodgrass House, Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. No. A-12779. Published by Chattanooga Stationery Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "SNODGRASS HOUSE, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, Chattanooga, Tenn. This is the most historical place at Chickamauga, Gen. Thomas' headquarters. Here the Union Line was re-formed after having been broken by Longstreet, but were again driven back to Chattanooga, Tenn., on Sept. 20, 1863." THS 872
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Snodgrass House, Chickamauga Park, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. No. 5813. Published by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "SNODGRASS HOUSE, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Snodgrass House as it appeared after the Civil War. Gen. Geo. H. Thomas checked the victorious Confederates and saved the forces of Rosecrans, at this point. The battle was bloody in the extreme. This is the most historical spot in the Park. The house still stands although remodeled."
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Snodgrass House, Chickamauga Park, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. R-29692. Published by S. H. Kress & Co. Made in U.S.A. "SNODGRASS HOUSE, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Snodgrass House as it appeared after the Civil War. Gen. Geo. H. Thomas checked the victorious Confederates and saved the forces of Rosecrans, at this point. The battle was bloody in the extreme. This is the most historical spot in the Park. The house still stands although remodeled." 2018-032
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park SNODGRASS HOUSE, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. R-29692. Published by T. H. Payne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. Lookout Series No. 3. C.T. American Art, Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. TSLA dB 34612-1. THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park The Wilder Monument, Chickamauga Battlefield. Color. Undivided back. No. 1944. F. F. Andrews, Publisher, Chattanooga, Tenn. Catherine Berry Pilcher Avery Papers, 1736-1971. (TSLA) 1971-109
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Top of Orchard Knob, Chickamauga Battlefield, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse, only partially seen due to damage. Published by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. THS 872
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Viniard Field, Chickamauga Park, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 5806. Pub. by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 5806.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Wilder's Tower, Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. A-12783. Published by Chattanooga Stationery Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Made in U.S.A. THS 872
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park Wisconsin Monument, "Riderless Horse," at Chickamauga Park, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 15780. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. """WISCONSIN MONUMENT. ""RIDERLESS HORSE,"" CHICKAMAUGA PARK, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. To perpetuate the memory of the valor, daring, and suffering of both Armies. Hundreds of Monuments of Granite and Bronze are erected over the Battlefields of Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga and vicinity of Chattanooga.""
TSLA dB 33993." THS
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. 11366. CREST OF ORCHARD KNOB AND NEW JERSEY MONUMENT, MISSIONARY RIDGE, TENN. Color. Vintage. White border. Divided back. COPYRIGHT 1907 BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. “PHOSTINT” CARD. MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. 2017-052
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. 11379. NATIONAL BOULEVARD, MISSIONARY RIDGE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Divided back. COPYRIGHT 1907 BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. “PHOSTINT” CARD. MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. 2017-052
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. Chickamauga Headquarters Building. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. D-18893. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. DISTRIBUTED BY DAVID H. CRAWFORD, RUBY FALLS SOUVENIRS, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN. CHICKAMAUGA HEADQUARTER BUILDING – The visitor center for our nation's largest national historic park, located near CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. 1995-083
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park. Views in Chickamauga National Military Park, near Rossville, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee. 124. Narrative on reverse. Multi-views: Rosecrans Headquarters; The Riderless Horse; Snodgrass House. Correspondence on reverse. Photos by Cline Studios. No. 676_9. PUBLISHED ONLY BY CLINE STUDIOS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS," MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Chilhowee Dam/Lake Chilhowee Dam. 20 Miles Southeast of Maryville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-20409. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Completed in 1957, the $10 million Aluminum Company of America dam backs up a 1,747-acre lake which is the largest managed trout lake in the southeastern United States. Situated near the site of the former Cherokee Indian village of Chilhowee, it is 20 miles southeast of Maryville, Tenn., along U.S. 129 on Little Tennessee River. Water from 1,977 square miles of the Great Smoky Mountains drains into the lake, operating its three 15,000 kilowatt generators." THS 528
Chilhowee Dam/Lake FB-27. U.S. 129 ALONG CHILHOWEE LAKE - EAST TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 62814. Copyright 1963. W.M. Cline Co. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "U.S. 129 ALONG CHILHOWEE LAKE – EAST TENNESSEE. This 1747 acre lake backed up by Chilhowee Dam is the largest managed trout lake in the Southeast. U.S. 129 is one of the most scenic highways in the East traveling along the southern edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and past the Aluminum Company of America Calderwood – Cheoah and Santeetlah Dams and Lakes." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. THS 680
Clarksville 16356–View of Clarksville, Tenn. Color tint. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York. Postmark: Olmstead, Kentucky, 1907. 1998-063
Clarksville 50–Beautiful Scene on U.S. Highway No. 41 Between Clarksville and Nashville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 0C-H1329. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. CAPITOL NEWS CO., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2019-172
Clarksville A and W Motor Court, U.S. Highway 41A, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 223. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–DAL. Recommended by Duncan Hines. One of the Finest Courts between Chicago and Miami. A and W MOTOR COURT. Clarksville, Tennessee, U.S. Highway 41A. 32 Modern Rooms. Beauty Rest Mattresses. Tile Showers. Electric Heat. Carpeted Floors. Ceiling Fans. Grill and Service Station. James Ware, Mgr. Telephone 9855. 2019-172
Clarksville A and W Motor Court. U.S. Highway 41A. Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 223. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–LAY. 1998-101
Clarksville American Snuff Co. Plant, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Message on obverse. No. 48138. Askew-Coulter-Owen Drug Co., Importers & Publishers, Clarksville, Tenn. Printed in Germany. 1971-109
Clarksville Austin Peay Normal, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 36895-N. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. F. W. Woolworth Co., Nashville. Postmark: Clarksville, Tenn., 1943.
Clarksville Austin Peay State University, the Browning Building tower. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 561195. Chrome. Clarksville/Montgomery County Tourist Commission. Photograph courtesy of Robert Smith, Photographic Services of Clarksville. "Austin Peay State University - Rising above the springtime blooms of native Dogwoods, the Browning Building tower is a recognizable landmark of higher education in Tennessee. This regional university, founded in 1927, was named in honor of Gov. Austin Peay." 2016-033
Clarksville AUSTIN PEAY STATE UNIVERSITY. UNIVERSITY LIBRARY BUILDING. (Woodward Library) Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-79048. Chrome. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. "AUSTIN PEAY STATE UNIVERSITY. UNIVERSITY LIBRARY BUILDING. Clarksville, Tenn. Austin Peay College was established 1929 as a normal school named for one of Tennessee's Governors. This campus has been a school center since 1806. It attained university status in 1968." 2016-033
Clarksville C-10–U. S. Post Office, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1288. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-11–Bird's Eye View of Clarksville, Tenn. and Cumberland River. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1283. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-13–Methodist Church and Parsonage, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 36889-N. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-14–Episcopal Church, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 36899-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-15–Entrance to Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 8A232-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-16–Prize Tobacco Field in Black Patch, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. A-5889-N. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-17–Idaho Springs Hotel, Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B418-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-19–Scenic View of Dunbar Lake from Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 8A233-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-21–Looking across Dunbar Lake, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B146-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-23–Clarksville High School, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B513-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-24–Dance Floor and Main Entrance to Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. "Modernly lighted gravel walks wind through 4 miles of underground caverns. Numerous streams are well bridged. Air-conditioned by Mother Nature at a temperature of 56 degrees Fahrenheit. Orchestras of radio fame play here weekly during the summer season." 1995-046
Clarksville C-25–First Baptist Church, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 4B213-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville C-26–Air View of the Downtown Section of Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 5B126-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. TSLA dB 32894. 1995-046
Clarksville C-33–Hotel Montgomery, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. OC-H1276. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Rudolph News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 2010-018
Clarksville C-36–Madison Street Methodist Church, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. OC-H1279. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Rudolph News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 2010-018
Clarksville C-38–Franklin Street, Looking East, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. OC-H1281. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Rudolph News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 2010-018
Clarksville C-38–Franklin Street, Looking East, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. OC-H1281. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Rudolph News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 2014-015
Clarksville CHRISTIAN CHURCH, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.–4. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 26331. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. 1996-119
Clarksville Clarksville, Tenn. MONTGOMERY CO. COURTHOUSE. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. L-6241-E. Chrome. ©1992 Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. Photo by R. E. Calonge. TSLA dB 32828. 1997-046
Clarksville Clement Building Austin Peay State College. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. S-56561. Photo. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. "AUSTIN PEAY STATE COLLEGE. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. The new Clement Building houses classrooms and auditorium. It was completed 1962. AUSTIN PEAY STATE COLLEGE was established 1929 as a normal school named for one of Tennessee's Governors. This campus has been a school center since 1806."
Clarksville Country Club, Clarksville, Tenn.–1. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 26329 N. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE. Postmark: Clarksville, Tenn., 1925 2019-155
Clarksville CUMBERLAND MOTEL, HWYS. 41A NORTH & 79 WEST. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 31511-B. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. PUB. BY EARL W. HUGHES, 1508 WENDELL AVE., NASHVILLE, TENN. CUMBERLAND MOTEL, Clarksville, Tennessee. Hwys. 41-A North & 79 West. 28 Air-Conditioned Units – Tile Baths – Electric Heat – Television – Telephones – Wall to Wall Carpets – Suites as Pictured – Swimming Pool – Excellent Restaurants Available – For Reservations Phone Midway 7-2391 – Owners – John M. Anderson – Howard A. Gossett – J. Frank Riley. 2019-097
Clarksville CUMBERLAND MOTEL. U.S. Highway 41A and 79. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. CUMBERLAND MOTEL. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. All Units with Private Tile Bath, Electric Heat and Wall-to-Wall Carpeting. Restaurant nearby. ANDERSON, RILEY and GOSSETT, Owners. For Reservations Phone: 7394. 2019-172
Clarksville CUMBERLAND RIVER, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Autumn view. Fort Defiance-area. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S41749. Chrome. Chickasaw Studios, Paris, Tennessee. Color by L. D. Thompson. "CUMBERLAND RIVER, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. This autumn view of the Cumberland River shows the skyline of Clarksville as seen from the bluffs which were fortified by the Confederate Army in the Civil War. Historic Clarksville is now one of the fastest growing trade and industrial centers of the plateau country of Middle Tennessee."
Clarksville Cumberland River, Cunningham Bridge, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. ODK1212. Curteichcolor ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "This Bridge is the only Highway over Cumberland River at Clarksville, Tennessee. It accommodates heavy traffic from the fast developing Recreational area of Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River) and is the main route to Erin, Waverly, Stewart, McKinnon, Charlotte, Cumberland City, Palmyra, Tennessee Ridge and Dickson, Tennessee." 1960 Photograph by L. D. Thompson.
Clarksville Franklin Street, Clarksville, Tenn. Black and white. Divided back. Askew-Coulter-Owen Drug Co., Importers & Publishers, Clarksville, Tenn. Printed in Germany. 1994-094
Clarksville Franklin Street, Looking East, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. ODK-1467. Chrome. Curteichcolor ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE: This view of Franklin Street shows a section of the business area of this fast growing city. Clarksville is the County Seat of Montgomery County and one of the oldest trade centers of middle Tennessee. Fort Campbell, Kentucky is nearby." Photo by L. D. Thompson.
Clarksville G-20–Diamond Grotto, Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B145-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville HISTORIC DOWNTOWN. Franklin Street, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Undivided back. Chrome. CLARKSVILLE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU. HISTORIC DOWNTOWN – Bustling with shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, and renovated with brick sidewalks, period lighting, benches and planters, the historic Franklin Street thoroughfare serves as the hub for the downtown central business district. The buildings' upper levels display a variety of noteworthy architectural and historic features.
Clarksville Howell Grammar School, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 9A765-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art Colortone" Post Card. Stacker & Rudolph News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 2010-018
Clarksville Independence Hall, Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B144-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. F. W. Woolworth, Clarksville, Tenn. 2000-044
Clarksville INDEPENDENCE HALL, DUNBAR CAVE, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-2274. Chrome. Curteichcolor ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "INDEPENDENCE HALL, DUNBAR CAVE, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Competent guides will show you the wonders that nature has wrought deep in the earth. Everywhere are fantastic formations of stalactites and stalagmites, thousands of years in the making. An underground river disappears and reappears at different points of interest on the tour."
Clarksville INDEPENDENCE HALL, DUNBAR CAVE, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 4425. Postcard is damaged on reverse. 2020-044
Clarksville LAKE VIEW DUNBAR CAVE, IDAHO SPRINGS HOTEL, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. No. 23752 N. Linen. PHOTO BY WILES, NASHVILLE, TENN. DUNBAR CAVE-IDAHO SPRINGS HOTEL. Tennessee's Unrivaled Summer Resort. Near Clarksville, Tennessee. Delightful Meals, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Dancing, Cave Trips. 2020-044
Clarksville MAMMOTH ELEPHANT, DUNBAR CAVE, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Linen. Postcard is damaged on reverse. 2020-044
Clarksville MCREYNOLDS FURNITURE COMPANY, Franklin Street, Clarksville, Tenn., ca. 1900. Sepia tone. Vintage. Divided back. Photo. Removed from the W. J. Souza Collection, TSLA. 2006-0368
Clarksville Memorial Hospital, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3DK-1626. Curteichcolor ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "The Clarksville Memorial Hospital was erected 1951-1953 with improvements and additions of later years. It serves Clarksville, Montgomery County and adjacent communities. The large contribution made by the Howard D. Pettus Foundation helped to create this institution through the joint efforts of the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County. It was dedicated on April 11, 1954." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Clarksville METHODIST CHURCH, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.–12. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 88. Linen. Natural Color Post Card Made Only by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–(LBF). 1995-046
Clarksville Montgomery County Court House, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 561194. Chrome. Clarksville/Montgomery County Tourist Commission. Photograph courtesy of Northern Bank of Tennessee. "Montgomery County Courthouse - Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this picturesque building has been a fixture in Clarksville's downtown historic district since its completion in 1879. After a fire almost demolished it in 1900, it was restored to the grandeur it exudes today." 2016-033
Clarksville MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 6DK-1509. Chrome. Curteichcolor ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Printed in Ireland. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURTHOUSE. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Montgomery County was established in 1796 and was named in honor of Colonel John Montgomery who explored the Cumberland River country in 1777. He participated in the punitive expedition against 'Dragging Canoe' in 1779 and accompanied John Donelson on his river voyage to Nashboro. Col. Montgomery was signer of the Cumberland Compact and was the first Sheriff of the district and was the founder of Clarksville. He commanded territorial troops in the Nickajack expedition in 1794 and met his untimely death later that year at the hands of the Indians." Color by L. D. Thompson. 2010-018
Clarksville Montgomery County Courthouse, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 8C-H15. Linen. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Genuine Curteich-Chicago, "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. "Montgomery County was established 1796, named in honor of Colonel John Montgomery, who explored the Cumberland River country in 1777. He participated in the punitive expedition against "Dragging Canoe," 1779 and accompanied John Donelson on his river voyage to Nashboro (now Nashville). He was signer of the Cumberland Compact, first Sheriff of the district and founder of Clarksville. He commanded territorial troops in the Nickajack expedition in 1794, and was killed by Indians later the same year." 2016-033
Clarksville Montgomery County Courthouse. Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Chrome. Postcard Produced by foto-1, Clarksville, TN. Built in 1878 and almost destroyed by fire in 1900, the courthouse is a blend of Victorian and Italianate Architecture with a steep mansard roof and tall clock tower. Its collection of records dates to 1788. Photo by Larry Safko. 2006-098
Clarksville Montgomery County Courthouse. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 561195. Chrome. Clarksville-Montgomery County Tourist Commission. Photograph courtesy of Northern Bank of Tennessee. "Montgomery County Courthouse – Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this picturesque building has been a fixture in Clarksville's downtown historic district since its completion in 1879. After a fire almost demolished it in 1900, it was restored to the grandeur it exudes today." 2010-018
Clarksville Post Office, Clarksville, Tenn.–8. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 20043. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. 2010-018
Clarksville Real photo: "Joe Carson, Clarksville, Tenn." Sepia tone. Donor provided identification and location. Undivided back. Donor: W. Ridley Wills III, Nashville 2016-033
Clarksville SAMPLING AND BREAKING TOBACCO IN WARE-HOUSE, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. PUBLISHED BY THE ASKEW-COULTER-OWEN DRUG CO., CLARKSVILLE, TENN. MADE IN GERMANY. 2019-155
Clarksville Scenic view of Cumberland River showing Cunningham Bridge. Cumberland River approaching Cunningham Bridge and Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1284. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville Swimming Pool and Bath House and Lake at Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1287. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville SWIMMING POOL, DUNBAR CAVE IDAHO SPRINGS, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. No. 29339N. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. Postcard is damaged on reverse. 2020-044
Clarksville Swimming pool, Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-789. Chrome. Curteichcolor ® 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "DUNBAR CAVE and RECREATION PARK is located at Clarksville, Tennessee. It has the most beautiful cave entrance in the world. The pool is one of the largest in the South and is modern in every respect. Every precaution is taken to include continuous flow of fresh, cool water. Qualified life guards and instructors are on duty during swimming hours." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Clarksville THE LAKE, DUNBAR CAVE, IDAHO SPRINGS, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 29331N. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. PHOTO BY WILES, NASHVILLE. "FISHING and BOATING LAKE with Swimming Pool and Bathing Beach. DUNBAR CAVE – IDAHO SPRINGS. Tennessee's Unequalled Summer Resort. Clarksville, Tennessee." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Clarksville VACATION MOTOR HOTEL. U.S. Highway 41A & U.S. 79, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 14263-B. Chrome. Genuine Natural Color Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. Pub. by Earl W. Hughes, 1508 Wendell Ave., Nashville, Tenn. "VACATION MOTEL HOTEL – U. S. Hwys. 41A - U. S. 79. Swimming Pool - Shower & Tub Baths - Fine Restaurant - Every Room with Air-Conditioning and T.V. - Finest in Mid-South. Clarksville, Tennessee."
Clarksville View of Lake and Pavilion at Dunbar Cave, Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1286. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. 1995-046
Clarksville Walnut Grove Mill, Near Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-64297-1. PUB. BY THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. WALNUT GROVE MILL, PORT ROYAL COMMUNITY, Robertson County, Tenn. When the Walnut Grove Mill on Sulphur Fork Creek, between Clarksville and Springfield, Tenn., closed in 1963 there ended a 152 year service to the entire area. It was built in 1811 by Major James Norfleet. It has been known as Norfleet's Mill, Moody's Mill, Hill's Mill, Beech Valley Mill and Walnut Grove Mill. This photo shows its condition in September 1965. It is now being operated as a public attraction with picnic, camping and fishing privileges. Color by L. D. Thompson. 2019-172
Clarksville WOMAN'S CLUB, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.–14. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 84. Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. 2010-018
Cleveland "A Few of the Many Beautiful Girls that Visit Our Camp." Nine female portraits. Copyright 1906, H. H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color tinted. Undivided back. 2016-033
Cleveland A Group of East Tennessee Beauties. Nine female portraits. Copyright 1906, H. H. S. Color tinted. Undivided back. Pub. by A. Knox, Chattanooga, Tenn. 2016-033
Cleveland CLEVELAND, TENN. North Ocoee St. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. No. 3103. Paul C. Koeber Co. Pub. by G. U. Cooper, Cleveland, Tenn. Germany. Postmark: Akron, Ohio, 1906. 2018-034
Cleveland Fillauer's Lake, Cleveland, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. Published by J. M. Stanfield, Cleveland, Tenn. 2018-032
Cleveland FLUME LINE ON THE WATER LEVEL ROUTE NEAR CLEVELAND, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. 6A-H2323. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. 2005-069f
Cleveland HOTEL CHEROKEE. Cleveland, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1A130. Linen. MADE BY CURT TEICH & COMPANY, INC., CHICAGO, U.S.A. HARRY G. BROWN, NO. 2409 EAST FIFTH ST., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. HOTEL CHEROKEE. Cleveland, Tennessee. This modern, beautiful, and Fireproof Hotel offers to a discriminating public that service and comfort that they are accustomed to in the metropolitan centers. 2016-073
Cleveland M. E. Church South Parsonage, Cleveland, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Pub. by T. F. Phillips, Cleveland, Tenn. 2018-032
Cleveland MONUMENT–JUNCTION OCOEE AND LEA STS., CLEVELAND, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. RODGERS PRINT, CLEVELAND Postmark: Cleveland, Tenn., 1906. THS 1086
Cleveland NORTH OCOEE STREET, CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. Pub. by T. F. Phillips, Cleveland, Tennessee. Printed in Germany. 2018-032
Cleveland PUBLIC LIBRARY, CLEVELAND, TENN.–4. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 870. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. 2017-063
Cleveland QUALITY INNS - CHALET MOTEL On I-75, Cleveland, Tennessee. Color. Four views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. Pub. by Preston Co., Inc., Cleveland, Tennessee 37311. "QUALITY INNS - CHALET MOTEL On I-75, Cleveland, Tennessee 37311. Phone 476-8511. 125 Rooms with color T.V., Free Sauna Baths, 'The Pub,' Lounge, Pool, Waterfall and underwater card table, Kudu Restaurant, Beauty Shop, Putting Green, Warthog Party Room."
Cleveland Residence of L. D. Campbell - Ocoee St., Cleveland, Tenn. Black and white. "Photo by Stanfield." Rodgers Print, Cleveland.
Cleveland REV. GEO. STUART'S HOME, CLEVELAND, TENN. Greyscale. Message-face. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. Postmark: Cleveland, Tenn., 1905. THS 1086
Cleveland SouthEast View – Centenary College, Cleveland, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Photo. PUB. BY HERBERT E. GLASIER & CO., 421 DUDLEY ST., BOSTON, MASS. –A PHOTOGRAPHIC COPY– . Tru-valu THE BEST THAT SKILL AND CONSCIENCE CAN PRODUCE. 2018-032
Cleveland View of Main Bldg. and Front Campus, Centenary College, Cleveland, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. PUB. BY HERBERT E. GLASIER & CO., 421 DUDLEY ST., BOSTON, MASS. –A PHOTOGRAPHIC COPY– . Tru-valu THE BEST THAT SKILL AND CONSCIENCE CAN PRODUCE. 2018-032
Clifton Greetings from CLIFTON, TENNESSEE. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. Divided back. No. 60232. No. 948. Buff Border Water Scenes. 2016-033
Clifton Scene on Tennessee River, Florence, Ala. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Clifton, Tenn., 1909. 1999-016
Clinton Clinton, Tenn. Photo, Showing Anderson Count Court House. Vintage. Sepia tone. Message-face. Undivided back. "Clinton, Tenn. 10/6/06." THS 872
Clinton Court House, Clinton, Tenn. Cyanotype. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Dated: 10/23/1908.
Clinton Picturesque Clinch River, Clinton, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2677. 2677. Kraemer Art Co., Cincinnati and Berlin. 2017-052
Coal Creek COAL CREEK HIGH SCHOOL, COAL CREEK, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 57700. SKY–TINT. 57700–Pub. by The Square Drug Co., Coal Creek, Tenn.
Coalmont Sewanee Mine C. Coalmont on the Cumberland Plateau. Color tint. Issued by Cumberland Plateau Corporation (of Tennessee). Undivided back. Cumberland Plateau Corporation. Headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y. Postmark: Buffalo, N.Y., 1906.
Collinwood "COLLINWOOD SCHOOL AFTER THE FIRE. MARCH 4 - 1908." Vintage. Black and white. White border on left obverse. Divided back. Photo. Collinwood is located in Wayne County. 2016-033
Colorado Luxuriant Growths of Brilliant Hued Wild Flowers Add a Distinct Charm. Rocky Mountain National–Estes Park, Colorado. Burlington Route–Direct to the Park. Color. White border. Divided back. Burlington Route. The National Park Line.
Columbia 21802–WEST SEVENTH STREET, COLUMBIA, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. SOUVENIR POST CARD CO., NEW YORK. PRINTED IN GERMANY. Postmark: Mount Pleasant, 1907. THS 1086
Columbia 32–Boyhood Home of President James Knox Polk. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B-H476. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. "Boyhood Home of President James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of the United States, Columbia, Tennessee. On Andrew Jackson Highway and U.S. Route No. 31."
Columbia 33–Drawing Room of President James Knox Polk. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B-H302. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. "Drawing Room of Boyhood home of President James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of the United States, Columbia, Tenn., on Andrew Jackson Highway and U.S. Route No. 31."
Columbia 35–Kitchen and Court Yard of James Knox Polk Ancestral Home. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B-H301. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. "Kitchen and Court Yard, boyhood home of James Knox Polk."
Columbia ANCESTRAL HOME OF JAMES K. POLK ELEVENTH PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Hand-colored. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Post Cards of Quality–The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Columbia Ancestral Home of JAMES KNOX POLK ELEVENTH PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE ON ANDREW JACKSON HIGHWAY AND U.S. ROUTE NO. 31. Color tone. Undivided back.
Columbia Ancestral Home of James Knox Polk. Eleventh President of THE UNITED STATES. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Exterior. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 29274. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. RG 344
Columbia Ancestral Home of James Knox Polk. Eleventh President of THE UNITED STATES. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Exterior. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 42414. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. RG 344
Columbia Ancestral Home of James Knox Polk. Eleventh President of THE UNITED STATES. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Exterior. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 42415. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. RG 344
Columbia Ancestral Home of James Knox Polk. Eleventh President of THE UNITED STATES. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Interior, parlor. Greyscale. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. McQuiddy Printing Company, Nashville, Tennessee. RG 344
Columbia Ancestral Home of President James Knox Polk. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 10619N. Linen. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–FCF. "ANCESTRAL HOME OF PRESIDENT JAMES KNOX POLK, Eleventh President of the United States, Columbia, Tennessee. On Andrew Jackson Highway and U.S. Route No. 31."
Columbia Artillery Squad, Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn. #12 383.
Columbia B1052A6. Battalion of Companies. C. M. A. Columbia, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago. Postmark: Columbia, Tenn., 1908.
Columbia Bronze bust of President James Knox Polk, 11th President of the United States. Narrative and title on reverse. #91229-B.
Columbia CADETS RECEIVING HONOR BADGES. COLUMBIA MILITARY ACADEMY, COLUMBIA, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 45849. Real photo. SILVERCRAFT–MADE BY THE DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUB. BY SHEEGOG'S PHOTO SHOP, 111 - 2nd AVE., COLUMBIA, TENN. 2019-097
Columbia COLUMBIA INSTITUTE FROM THE DRIVEWAY, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. #R-82514. MADE BY CURT TEICH & COMPANY, INC., CHICAGO, ILL.
Columbia Columbia Institute, Columbia, Tenn.
Columbia Columbia Institute, Columbia, Tenn. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 45848. Photo. Pub. by Sheegog's Photo Shop, 111 - 2nd Ave., Columbia, Tenn. Silvercraft – Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. "Columbia Institute is situated in beautiful Middle Tennessee, in the heart of the "bluegrass section" of Tennessee. Established 1835 (Episcopal). For nearly one hundred years it served as a training school for young women." 2016-033
Columbia Columbia Institute, Columbia, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 6250. No. C 6250. Published by Frierson's Book Store, Columbia, Tenn. American News Co., New York, N.Y. LITHO-CHROME. Printed in Germany. 2017-052
Columbia COLUMBIA INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. #R-82513. MADE BY CURT TEICH & COMPANY, INC., CHICAGO, ILL.
Columbia COLUMBIA INSTITUTE, IN THE BLUEGRASS, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. #R-82516. MADE BY CURT TEICH & COMPANY, INC., CHICAGO, ILL.
Columbia CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, COLUMBIA, TENN. HEROES OF 1861-1865. #6495. Negative #CN-4.
Columbia DR. E. A. TIMMONS' HOME, COLUMBIA, TENN. Narrative on reverse. #8926.
Columbia Dual portraits of President James Knox Polk and First Lady Sarah Childress Polk. Black and white. © Wiles, Nashville, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. B-134. Mfg. by Fort Wayne Printing Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. 2016-033
Columbia DUCK RIVER BRIDGE, COLUMBIA, TENN. #6595.
Columbia Epitaph, Col. Ezekiel Polk (1747-1824), "written by himself in the 74th year of his age." Narrative. Divided back. James K. Polk Home and Museum, Columbia, Tenn. Cemetery: Bolivar, Tennessee. When his grandson, James K. Polk, ran for President, his supporters excised 5th & 6th lines from the last line.
Columbia Ferguson Hall. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2013. Maury County Convention & Visitors Bureau "Ferguson Hall – This classic Greek-Revival mansion was built 1852-1853 for Dr. John Haddox. Martin Cheairs purchased the home in 1854. The antebellum home is known for its tale of scandal and murder of a Civil War General. Today it is owned by the Tennessee Children's Home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places." 2016-033
Columbia FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, COLUMBIA, TENN. #A-77928.
Columbia Fountain in Garden at the Ancestral Home of James Knox Polk. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 52703. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "Fountain in Garden at the Ancestral Home of James Knox Polk, Eleventh President of THE UNITED STATES. Columbia, Tennessee." Natural Color by Frank Shannon. RG 344
Columbia FOUNTAIN ORIGINALLY LOCATED AT POLK PLACE IN NASHVILLE, PRESIDENT POLK'S FINAL HOME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 7537-E. Chrome. MWM DEXTER, AURORA, MISSOURI, U.S.A. Photography by Jesse Foreman. "Ancestral Home of JAMES K. POLK, 11th PRESIDENT. Columbia, TN 38401. Fountain originally located at Polk Place in Nashville, President Polk's final home."
Columbia GARRETT-HODGE LOG CABIN. Columbia, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 50148-D. Chrome. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Photography by Jesse F. Foreman, Columbia, Tenn. "GARRETT-HODGE LOG CABIN – Build 1820 for James Hodge by Nathan Vaught on the Pulaski Pike. Rebuilt 1976 for Jill and Ted Garrett at 610 Terrace Drive, Columbia, Tenn."
Columbia Harlan House, Columbia, Tenn.? Title supplied by cataloger. Sepia tone photograph.
Columbia Holiday Inn, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3DK-879. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. "Holiday Inn. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. U.S. Highway 31 North. Ph: 388-2720, AC: 615, TWX: 615-388-8772. "Dimple of the Universe." National Shrine: Home of President James K. Polk, 11th President of the U.S. Monument to Pop Geers, famous trainer and driver of trotting and pacing horses, owner of Dan Patch when he set the world's record. Home of Columbia Military Academy." 1998-030
Columbia HOME OF JAMES K. POLK, Columbia, Tennessee. Narrative and title on reverse. #P303745.
Columbia HOME OF JAMES K. POLK. Columbia, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-33107. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "HOME OF JAMES K. POLK. Columbia, Tenn. James K. Polk, one of the three Tennesseans to occupy the White House as President. His home still stands today and is the same as it was when he lived here." 2018-032
Columbia HOME OF PRESIDENT JAMES KNOX POLK. Double Parlors. Columbia, Tennessee. Title on reverse. #58427.
Columbia INSTITUTE. COLUMBIA, TENN. #015.
Columbia James K. Polk Ancestral Home in Columbia, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P66771. Chrome. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass. 02130. "HOME OF JAMES K. POLK. Columbia, Tenn. James K. Polk, one of three Tennesseans to occupy the White House as President. His home still stands today and is the same as it was when he lived here." 2016-033
Columbia JAMES K. POLK, 1795-1849. 11th U.S. President. Portrait. Patriotic. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 185-011. Published by Classico San Francisco, In. © 1969 Morris Katz. This picture was painted in the Old Masters' style. Made in U.S.A.
Columbia JAMES KNOX POLK, Eleventh President of the United States. Portrait. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 35285-E. MWM DEXTER, AURORA, MISSOURI, U.S.A. Pub. by THE FOREMAN COMPANY. "JAMES KNOX POLK, eleventh president of the United States. His ancestral home, in Columbia, Tennessee, is a Registered National Historic Landmark, dedicated to the memory of one of our great presidents. The home has been restored and is open to visitors."
Columbia Julian Mays' Motor Hotel. Columbia, Tenn. Highway #31. Color, with Insert. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. No. 82130. "Tichnor Quality Views." Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. "Julian Mays' Motor Hotel. Columbia, Tenn. Highway #31. 46 Units. Tile Bath and Showers. Simmons Furniture. Electric Heat. Partly Air Conditioned. Beautyrest Mattress. Restaurant." 2016-033
Columbia Kitchen and Courtyard. Ancestral Home of JAMES K. POLK, 11th PRESIDENT. Columbia, TN 38401. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 36934-E. Chrome. Pub. by THE FOREMAN COMPANY.
Columbia Kitchen and Courtyard. Home of James Knox Polk. Eleventh President of THE UNITED STATES. COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 29275. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. RG 344
Columbia Main Barracks, Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. #20-30 "C.T. American Art" by Curt Teich & Co., Inc., Chicago. 2016-033
Columbia MAURY COUNTY – HOMECOMING '86. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 96037-D. Chrome. Oversized card. MWM DEXTER, AURORA, MISSOURI, U.S.A. Published by THE FOREMAN COMPANY. Maury County is as modern as tomorrow, but still basks in a rich heritage. There are many heart-tugging links with the past to "come home to." Rolling landscapes and lush fields of bluegrass, country churches and schoolhouses, historic homes and rock fences, river bluffs and quiet woodlands – all these and more will make Homecoming '86 extra special to Maury Countians.
Columbia Mule Market, 7th Street, Looking West, Columbia, Tenn. #77933.
Columbia National fan carried by Mrs. Polk to complete her inaugural costume. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. MWM DEXTER, AURORA, MISSOURI, U.S.A. Photography by Jesse Foreman. "Ancestral Home of JAMES K. POLK, 11th PRESIDENT. Columbia, TN 38401. National fan carried by Mrs. Polk to complete her inaugural costume. Color. Pictures on the fan are of the first eleven presidents, Washington through Polk."
Columbia New Court House. Columbia, Tenn. Cyanotype. MacGowan-Cooke Printing Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Columbia POLK ANCESTRAL HOME, Columbia, Tenn. Exterior, front. Built in 1816 by his father, Samuel Polk, this is the only house still extant in which the President lived, except for the White House. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Photography by Jesse F. Foreman, Columbia, TN 38401.
Columbia Portrait of President James Knox Polk. Sepia tone. "Rotograph Series." No. B710. The Rotograph Co., N.Y. City. 2016-033
Columbia Portraits of President and Mrs. Polk. Narrative and title on reverse. #42413.
Columbia Sarah Childress Polk, wife of James Knox Polk, eleventh President of the United States. This portrait, done by G. P. A. Healy in the White House, is displayed at the Polk Ancestral Home in Columbia, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 35286-E. MWM DEXTER, AURORA, MISSOURI, U.S.A. PUB. by THE FOREMAN COMPANY.
Columbia ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, COLUMBIA, TENN. Black and white. Pub. by J. Willison Frierson.
Columbia ST. PETERS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, WEST SEVENTH STREET, COLUMBIA, TENN. #16-30.
Columbia STUDENTS AND GROUNDS OF COLUMBIA MILITARY ACADEMY, COLUMBIA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. 62890-C. "C. T. AMERICAN ART" MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Columbia The Garden of the President James K. Polk Home. Columbia, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 35649. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. RG 344
Columbia The Statue Spring. One of the Four Seasons in the President James K. Polk Garden. Columbia, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back 35650. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. RG 344
Columbia VIEW OF DUCK RIVER AND COUNTY BRIDGE, COLUMBIA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A-77931. C. T. AMERICAN ART. Postmark: Columbia, Tenn., 1925. MSS 958
Columbia VIEW OF DUCK RIVER AND COUNTY BRIDGE, COLUMBIA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A-77931. C. T. AMERICAN ART. Postmark: Columbia, Tenn., 1941. 2021-096
Columbia West Seventh Street, COLUMBIA, Tenn. #21802.
Connecticut E 7110. New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Station, Bridgeport, Conn. Hand-colored. Divided back. S.L. & Co. (S. Langsdorf Co.? - New York) Printed in Germany.
Connecticut E 7111. BARNUM & BAILEY'S WINTER QUARTERS, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Hand-colored. Divided back. S.L. & Co. (S. Langsdorf Co.? - New York) Printed in Germany.
Connecticut Harbor view of Bridgeport, Conn. Hand-colored. Divided back. No. 1026. I. Stern, New York. Made in Germany.
Cookeville Bon Air Mountain Road near Cookeville, Tenn. Black and white. Real photo. Undivided back. 2016-033
Cookeville Bon Air Mountain, Cookeville, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Undivided back. Photo. Harding Studio, Cookeville, Tenn. Harding Studio, Cookeville, Tenn. 2016-033
Cookeville BON-AIR. MOUNTAIN NEAR COOKEVILLE, TENN. Sepia tone. Photo-tone. Pub. By Harding Studio, Cookeville, Tenn. 2016-033
Cookeville BROAD STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST, Cookeville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 37057. Photo. Color King © A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon. 2016-033
Cookeville BURGESS FALLS on Center Hill Lake, Cookeville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P79884. Chrome. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass. 02130. 2016-033
Cookeville BURGESS FALLS, COOKEVILLE, TENN. POWER PLANT. Sepia tone. Photo-tone. Pub. By Harding Studio, Cookeville, Tenn. 2016-033
Cookeville Campus. Tenn. Tech. (Tennessee Technological University). Real photo. Harding Studio, photographer. Undivided back. 2016-033
Cookeville Cookeville Depot Museum. Color. Narrative on reverse. © 2013 D. R. Bennett Photography. (931) 528-8570. www.cookevilledepot.com Originally built in 1909, the Cookeville Depot Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is the heart of Cookeville's historic Cream City district. The museum houses many Tennessee Central Railway artifacts, as well as an HO scale replica of what Cookeville's west side looked like in the summer of 1955. On the grounds surrounding the museum, a lovely plaza displays consisting of a 1913 Baldwin steam engine, two cabooses and two small track cars. This area also offers picnic tables and a number of benches for visitors. 2019-155
Cookeville Cookeville Depot Museum. Cookeville, TN 38503. 615-528-8570. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 29152631. Huddleston Photography, 8968 Aunt Helen Rd., Silver Point, TN, 38582. 615-858-3254. Photo: Rocky L. Huddleston. "Cookeville Depot Museum. Cookeville, TN 38503. 615-528-8570. Built in 1909, the Tennessee Central Railroad station in Cookeville was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Now a museum, its permanent collection includes cabooses from the TC and L&N railroads. It is located at the corner of Cedar and Broad in Cookeville's West Side." 2016-033
Cookeville COOKEVILLE DEPOT MUSEUM. Since 1909. Color. Blank reverse. (931) 528-8570. www.cookevilledepot.com 2019-155
Cookeville Cookeville History Museum. (931) 520-5455. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. "Cookeville History Museum. 40 E. Broad St., Cookeville, TN 38501. The Cookeville History Museum provides exhibits, programs and activities that promote the history of Cookeville and Putnam County. The museum houses a self-paced exhibit on the history of this community, including a timeline around the building. The front gallery is dedicated to local history exhibits, traveling exhibits and collection displays. (931) 520-5455.
cookevillehistorymuseum.com" 2019-155
Cookeville COOKEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL, COOKEVILLE, TENN. Narrative on reverse. Color. #R-88359. Made by Curt Teich & Co., Chicago U.S.A.
Cookeville COOKEVILLE TOURIST COURT, COOKEVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-10523. Linen. PUBLISHED BY HENRY H. AHRENS, P. O. BOX 2663, CHARLOTTE, N.C. "COOKEVILLE TOURIST COURT. 16, New, Modern, Insulated, Quiet Guest Rooms with private or connecting baths. Electric heat. Cross ventilation. Innerspring beds. Simmons furniture. Telephone 604. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gentry, Owners, Mgrs. On Tenn. 42, one block south of Court House Square (U.S. 70 N). COOKEVILLE, TENN." 2017-052
Cookeville Cookeville. Putnam County, Tennessee. Color. Title bar. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. © 2014 D. R. Bennett Photography. Cookeville, Tennessee. Visit beautiful Putnam County! Burgess Falls, Putnam County Courthouse, Cream City Ice Cream sign, ca. 1950. 2019-155
Cookeville Cummins Falls, Jackson County (12 Miles North of Cookeville). Invitation to event. Color. Narrative on reverse. OVERSIZED. Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundations. Photograph by Don Curry © 2010. You're Invited to SAVE Cummins Falls! Saturday, September 25, 2010. 2016-033
Cookeville Hotel Shanks, Cookeville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. © BY HARDING STUDIO. No. 9B150-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card 2010-018
Cookeville Hotel Shanks, Cookeville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. © BY HARDING STUDIO. No. 9B150-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card 2016-033
Cookeville HOTEL SHANKS, COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Hitt Card Co., 549 No. Windsor Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 2010-018
Cookeville HURRICANE DOCK AT CENTER HILL LAKE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P36760. Photo. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., P.O. Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston, 30, Mass., U.S.A. "HURRICANE DOCK AT CENTER HILL LAKE. Near Cookeville, Tenn. The Lake covers 20,000 acres and the fishing is excellent. Boats, Housekeeping Cottages, a modern Motel and Cafe are to be found at Hurricane Dock." Color by R. E. Calonge. 2015-008
Cookeville Pigeon Roost, Cookeville, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Real photo. Harding Studio, photographer. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. 2016-033
Cookeville PUTNAM COUNTY COURT HOUSE, Cookeville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-33099. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 2016-033
Cookeville TENNESSEE TECH UNIVERSITY, Cookeville, Tennessee. Real photo. Narrative and title on reverse. Shows tree-lined sidewalk. Pub. By Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 1997-047
Cookeville TENNESSEE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Cookeville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. "TENNESSEE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Cookeville, founded in 1915, is a four-year public university offering students over fifty different programs in the arts and sciences. Shown is Henderson Hall, which houses the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and was completed in 1931." 2016-033
Cookeville THUNDERBIRD MOTEL and CLARA'S RESTAURANT OF COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE 38501. Color. Panoramic. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "THUNDERBIRD MOTEL and CLARA'S RESTAURANT OF COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE 38501. Located at the intersection of I-40 and Hwy. 42. Public Space Room – Suite Rooms – AM & FM Music – Heated Swimming Pool – Free T.V. – Tile Bath – Tub Room and Showers – Wall-to-Wall Carpeting – Central Heat and Air Conditioning – Room Phones PBX 24 Hours Daily. Credit Cards Honored. Owned by Joe Anderson and Gill Maxwell. Area Code 615 – Phone 526-7115." 2016-033
Copperhill COPPER MINING FIELD, SHOWING SMELTER AT COPPERHILL, NEAR CLEVELAND, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H2324. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. 2005-069
Copperhill ET-17. A STREAM IN THE COPPER BASIN between Copperhill and Ducktown, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-4817-3. Chrome. Color-King Natural Color Card–W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. A STREAM IN THE COPPER BASIN, between Copperhill and Ducktown, Tennessee. Rainfall flowing into streams such as this one gradually washed away the soil from the hillsides until the Basin was cut into numerous gullies. Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2018-055
Copperhill NORTH POTATO CREEK BRIDGE BETWEEN DUCKTOWN & COPPERHILL. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline, 1933. No. I-M-15 W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. THS 872
Copperhill Tennessee Copper Co.'s Sulfuric Acid Plant, Copperhill. Color. Vintage. Divided back. No. 16726. 16726–PUB. BY MCCAY PHARMACY, COPPERHILL, TENN. Postmark: Knoxville & Atlanta R.P.O., 1912. 2018-032
Cornersville Cornersville first scheduled train going South at 9:53 A. M. July 15th 1914. Color tint. Divided back. Taken from photo. K. 1378. Pub. by Overholser's Variety Store, Cornersville, Tenn. – K. 1378. 2016-033
Cornersville Vintage greeting card, "A Note from Cornersville Tenn. Color. Embossed image. Glitter. Undivided back. c. 1908. Published by The American New Company, New York, Leipzig, Berlin. Address: Miss Annie May Gillum, Cornersville, Tenn. 2016-033
Cosby CUB MOTEL & RESTAURANT. COSBY, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 54082. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. CUB MOTEL & RESTAURANT. Cosby, Tennessee 37722. In the foothills of the Great Smokies on Highway 32. Air conditioned – T.V. – Cool, Restful, Beside Lovely Brook – Excellent Food. Phone – Newport, Tenn. 623-2543. Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Creed H. Profitt. THS 999
Covington BAXTER MOTEL. U.S. Highway 51, Covington, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 12,509F. Linen. MWM COLOR-LITHO "BURSHEEN" FINISHED MADE ONLY BY MWM, AURORA, MO. BAXTER MOTEL. U.S. Highway 51, Covington, Tennessee. Thirty rooms, thirty glazed tile baths, circulating ice water, completely air conditioned by refrigeration, spacious lobby for the guests, automatic heat, located within less than a block of two restaurants, five filling stations. "A home away from home." 2016-073
Covington CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, Covington, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-43672. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. "CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, Covington, Tennessee. This impressive monument in the Tipton County Court Yard was erected in 1894 to the Confederate soldiers of Tipton County ... and is inscribed and dedicated thus "whose courage in war and virtues in peace, have illustrated the highest type of American manhood ... nor braver bled for a brighter land nor brighter land had a cause so grand" battles participated in were Franklin, Kennesaw, Tishomingo, Harrisburg, Chickamauga and Perryville ..." 1998-030
Covington First Baptist Church, Covington, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-56563. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Main at Washington, Covington, Tennessee. The church was dedicated March 17, 1963. The original church was destroyed by fire January 27, 1961. The Church seats 800 and its entrance, on the sidewalk level, makes it readily accessible to all people.
Covington First Presbyterian Church, Covington, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 6B225-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card.
Covington Tipton County Courthouse, Covington, Tenn. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. TCS-11. Photo. Published in Interest of Community Service by Wakefield Drug, Ben Franklin Store, P&S Pharmacy and Roper Drug Company. Photo by J. Mark King. "TIPTON COUNTY COURTHOUSE. COVINGTON, TENNESSEE. Tipton County was established in 1823; named after Jacob Tipton who was killed in defense of the Northwest Territory in 1781. The town was established 1831. This is the third courthouse on the location and was constructed in 1889."
Cowan Franklin House, 1948. Cowan, Tennessee. Color tint. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "Franklin House, Built in 1850 – Cowan, Tennessee." 2016-033
Cowan TRAIN PASSING OVER CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN TUNNEL, COWAN, TENN. Black and white. #15922. Negative #CN-2.
Crab Orchard Hotel 1880, located in Crab Orchard, Tenn. after restoration. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo by Ernie Tucker. © 1986 by OUICKPRO PHOTO, Woodmere Mall, Crossville, TN 38555. "HOTEL 1880 - Located in Crab Orchard, TN is being restored and contains a gifts, crafts and antique shop." 2018-032
Crestview M. F. Riecke residence, Crestview, Tenn. Vintage. Sepia tone. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: Crestview, Tenn., 1910. 2016-033
Cross Plains E. B. Glidewell & Co., Cross Plains, Tennessee - 1921-1930. Narrative on reverse. © 1987 Cross Plains Heritage Commission, P.O. Box 7, Cross Plains, TN 37049. Presently - Thomas Drugs Co. 2016-033
Crossville CUMBERLAND COUNTY COURT HOUSE. CROSSVILLE, TENN. "Highest town for miles around." Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. P36763. Chrome. Plastichrome ©by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass. U.S.A. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., P.O. Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "CUMBERLAND COUNTY COURT HOUSE. CROSSVILLE, TENN. 'Highest town for miles around.'" Color by R. E. Calonge. 2018-014
Crossville GREETINGS FROM CROSSVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 68161. Linen. PUB. BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Crossville Greetings from CROSSVILLE, TENN. Moonlight scene. Color. Gold border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 70009. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS," MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. MOONLIGHT SCENES 5 SUBJECTS. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Crossville Greetings from CROSSVILLE, TENN. Water scene. Color. Orange border. Divided back. No. 66204. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS," MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. WATER SCENES 25 SUBJECTS. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Crossville N-519. A MOUNTAIN ROADWAY BY MOONLIGHT. Color. White border. Divided back. E-5807. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Crossville N-717. A WINDING HIGHWAY IN THE HEART OF THE MOUNTAINS. Color. Divided back. E-6672. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Crossville The Beach from Goose Head Point, Cumberland Mountain State Park, Crossville, Tennessee. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Crossville, Tenn., 1945. 2018-032
Crossville The Famous Cumberland County Playhouse. Box 484, Crossville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9820-C. Pub. by Signet Studios, 2232 Central Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "One of America's newest and most beautiful theatres. Located on a rustic, picturesque mountain setting, overlooking Lake Holiday. Home of Paul Crabtree's TENNESSEE USA!" 2013-003
Crossville THE NEW POST OFFICE, CROSSVILLE, TENN. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. Z-55. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2019-056
Cuba A Restaurant with Wheel. Color. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba Burra Milk service. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba Cuban Scenes (Propiedad). Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba Funeral car. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba Hauling tobacco in country of Cuba. Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba The Volanta, a comfortable native vehicle (Propiedad). Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba The Volanta, a comfortable native vehicle. (Propiedad). Color. Message-face. Undivided back. Republica de Cuba
Cuba Landing MAGIC VALLEY. Cuba Landing Bridge, Kentucky Lake, Interstate 40 near Waverly, Camden, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 7DK-1082. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. MAGIC VALLEY. Cuba Landing Bridge, Kentucky Lake, Interstate 40 near Waverly, Camden, Tennessee. This view, taken from Birdsong Exit Overpass looking east, shows a beautiful stretch of 'I-40' about half way between Nashville and Memphis. Cuba Landing Bridge spans the beautiful Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake) at this point. Color by L. D. Thompson. 2016-033
Cuba Landing MAGIC VALLEY. Cuba Landing Bridge, Kentucky Lake, Interstate 40 near Waverly, Camden, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 7DK-1082. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. MAGIC VALLEY. Cuba Landing Bridge, Kentucky Lake, Interstate 40 near Waverly, Camden, Tennessee. This view, taken from Birdsong Exit Overpass looking east, shows a beautiful stretch of 'I-40' about half way between Nashville and Memphis. Cuba Landing Bridge spans the beautiful Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake) at this point. Color by L. D. Thompson. 2021-108
Cuba Landing Tennessee Interstate 40. MAGIC VALLEY. CUBA LANDING BRIDGE, KENTUCKY LAKE. INTERSTATE 40 NEAR WAVERLY-CAMDEN TENNESSEE. Color. Border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2US TN 3-B. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. Distributed by Southern Post Card Co., Box 37, Goodlettsville, Tennessee 37072. MAGIC VALLEY. CUBA LANDING BRIDGE, KENTUCKY LAKE. INTERSTATE 40 NEAR WAVERLY-CAMDEN TENNESSEE. This view, taken from Birdsong Exit Overpass looking east, shows a beautiful stretch of "I-40" about half way between Nashville and Memphis. Cuba Landing Bridge spans the beautiful Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake) at this point. Photo by L. D. Thompson. 1995-080
Cuba Landing TENNESSEE RIVER BRIDGE ON INTERSTATE 40 AT CUBA LANDING. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. SPC-146. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37072. Mirro-Krome © Card by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla., 73119. 2016-033
Cumberland Gap 10 – CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. – VA. – KY. FROM THE KENTUCKY OR NORTH SIDE. THE SKYLAND HIGHWAY TO THE PINNACLE. Color. White border. Divided back. 11 AT 1243. Linen. BEALS LITHO "ART-TONE". (LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.) - DES MOINES, IOWA. PUBLISHED EXCLUSIVELY BY W. N. HOLBROOK, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. dB 32835, TSLA THS
Cumberland Gap 10 – CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. – VA. – KY. FROM THE KENTUCKY OR NORTH SIDE. THE SKYLAND HIGHWAY TO THE PINNACLE. Color. White border. Divided back. 11 AT 1243. Linen. BEALS LITHO "ART-TONE". (LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.) - DES MOINES, IOWA. PUBLISHED EXCLUSIVELY BY W. N. HOLBROOK, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. 2018-032
Cumberland Gap 3 – PILLARS OF HERCULES – CUDJO'S CAVE. CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN., VA., KY. Color. White Border. Divided back. No. 11 AT 1183. Linen. BEAL’S LITHO TONE – (LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.) – DES MOINES, IOWA. PUBLISHED EXCLUSIVELY BY W. N. HOLBROOK, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. THS
Cumberland Gap 505. View North from the Pinnacle, Cumberland Gap, Tenn., Va., Ky. Color. White border. Captions. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 66641. © W. M. Cline. Linen. “TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS.” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY CLINE PHOTO CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MSS 178
Cumberland Gap 6 – CRYSTAL CAVE – CUDJO'S CAVE. CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. VA., KY. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 11 AT 1239. Linen. BEAL'S LITHO "ART-TONE" (LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.) - DES MOINES, IOWA. PUBLISHED EXCLUSIVELY BY W. N. HOLBROOK, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. THS
Cumberland Gap 8 – STATUE OF LIBERTY – CUDJO'S CAVE. CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN., VA., KY. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 11 AT 1241. Linen. BEAL’S LITHO TONE – (LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.) – DES MOINES, IOWA. PUBLISHED EXCLUSIVELY BY W. N. HOLBROOK, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. THS
Cumberland Gap CHIEF BLACK FOX MILL & CUMBERLAND GAP MUSEUM. Located in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 13161-B. Chrome. Pub. by Fred W. Stanley, 416 Division Street, Johnson City, Tenn. Genuine Natural Color Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. "CHIEF BLACK FOX MILL & CUMBERLAND GAP MUSEUM. Located in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Facing the Historical Cumberland Gap and the Pinnacle & CUDJOS CAVE & The old Civil War iron works and the Wilderness Trail. This building is the oldest standing building in the town of Cumberland Gap. The Mill was named after the famous Cherokee Indian Chief Black Fox and was first operated by the Boone Family for over 100 years. This old water mill is approximately 173 years old and is still in operation." 2016-033
Cumberland Gap CUMBERLAND FALLS, NEAR CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN.-KY.-VA. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 136593. “TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS.” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. CUMBERLAND FALLS. The Falls are located twenty (20) miles west of Corbin, Ky. in Cumberland Falls State Park and can be easily reached over a State-maintained road recently finished. Cumberland Falls is sometimes called "Kentucky's Niagara." The Falls are sixty-eight feet in height, average width about 125 feet. The tremendous volume of water that passes over the falls at times creates a roar and a mist of a young Niagara. The moonbow seen from the falls during full moon on clear nights is a natural phenomenon occurring in only two places in the world–Victoria Falls in Southern Africa and Cumberland Falls in Kentucky. THS
Cumberland Gap CUMBERLAND GAP FROM WHICH CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. IS NAMED. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 112590. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. 2019-155
Cumberland Gap Cumberland Gap in 1872, from etching of Harry C. Fenn, in "Picturesque America", published by D. Appleton & Co. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 12. Linen. BEAL’S LITHO TONE – (LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.) – DES MOINES, IOWA. PUBLISHED EXCLUSIVELY BY W. N. HOLBROOK, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. THS
Cumberland Gap CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. "THE PINNACLE." Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. © 1938, W. M. Cline Co. No. R-7. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2017-060
Cumberland Gap Cumberland Gap, Tenn. from Pinnacle Mountain, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, near Middlesboro, Ky. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 7B10-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Distributed by Cumberland News Co., Middlesboro, KY. 2018-032
Cumberland Gap CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN.-KY.-VA. The surroundings are lovely at ... Only I wish you were here. Pennant. Color. Divided back. No. 47974. Linen. NO. 838 PENNANT LANDSCAPE, PUB. BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2006-103
Cumberland Gap Fertile valleys surrounded by picturesque mountain scenery greet the eye of the traveler when motoring through Kentucky and Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P13703. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Color Courtesy Kentucky Division of Publicity. 2018-032
Cumberland Gap Fertile valleys surrounded by picturesque mountain scenery greet the eye of the traveler when motoring through Kentucky and Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. P13703. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Color courtesy Kentucky Division of Publicity.
Cumberland Gap FOOTHILLS NEAR CUMBERLAND GAP. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on title. Divided back. #TN 10. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Cumberland Gap GAP IN CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN FROM WHICH CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. IN NAMED. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 110737. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. 2019-155
Cumberland Gap ONE MILE TUNNEL, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 127697. TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
Cumberland Gap PARKING SPACE ATOP OF PINNACLE MOUNTAIN, NEAR CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1260-30. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED." PUBLISHED BY COMER'S DRUG STORE, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN.–VA.–KY. 2018-032
Cumberland Gap Picturesque Mountain cabins such as this one can be found in many sections of Kentucky and Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P13701. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Color courtesy Kentucky Division of Publicity. 2018-032
Cumberland Gap PINNACLE MOUNTAIN AT 3,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 127707. Linen. “TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS.” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS.
Cumberland Gap PINNACLE MOUNTAIN AT 3,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 127707. Linen. “TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS.” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. 2017-063
Cumberland Gap PINNACLE OF THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS, 3000 FT. ABOVE SEA LEVEL, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 112591. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. 2019-155
Cumberland Gap PINNACLE OVERLOOK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 17840-D. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PHOTO BY & PUBLISHED BY GLENN DURHAM, BOX 388, HARLAN, K.Y. PINNACLE OVERLOOK. This magnificent view shows the Pinnacle Mountain observation platform in Cumberland Gap National Historic Park. It is located in the Tri-State area of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia near Middlesboro, Ky. Photo by Glenn Durham. 2017-054
Cumberland Gap Pinnacle Rock, between Middlesboro, Ky. and Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 11059-C-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. FRANK L. LEE CO., INCORPORATED, MIDDLESBORO, KY. THS 680
Cumberland Gap R-12. Cumberland Gap, Tenn. – Seen From The Top Of The Pinnacle. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Cumberland Gap R-12. Looking Toward Middlesboro, Ky. From the Pinnacle. Greyscale. White border. © W. M. Cline Co. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Cumberland Gap R-145. DANIEL BOONE MARKER IN SADDLE OF CUMBERLAND GAP–SHOWING THE PINNACLE, KY., VA., TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Cumberland Gap R-6. CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. COPYRIGHT 1938 W. M. CLINE. CO. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 1996-119
Cumberland Gap R-7. "THE PINNACLE" CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. Greyscale. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. PUBLISHED BY CLINE PHOTO CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1998-063
Cumberland Gap Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF CUMBERLAND GAP. Color. 18 images. Narrative on reverse. © W. M. Cline Co. Pinnacle Mountain, Skyline Drive, Duke Hall, Cudjo's Cave, etc. TICHNOR’S QUALITY VIEWS, BOSTON. Cumberland Gap, Gateway of Empire. Site of the Cumberland Gap National Park. Notice: This postcard may be copyrighted.
Cumberland Gap THE OLD MILL WHEEL. CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. Narrative on obverse. Post Cards of Quality – The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY CUMBERLAND GAP PHARMACY.
Cumberland Gap THE OLD WATER MILL, CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. "SPRING BRANCH FROM KING SOLOMON'S CAVE." Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. POST CARDS OF QUALITY–THE ALBERTYPE CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY CUMBERLAND GAP PHARMACY. 2019-037
Cumberland Gap The Pinnacle of the Cumberland Mountains, Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Damaged. Title on reverse. PUB. BY CUMBERLAND GAP PHARMACY.
Cumberland Gap WILDERNESS ROAD MOTEL. On U.S. 25E. Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Color. Oversized card. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 77474-B Pub. by Charles Warren, Middlesboro, KY. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "WILDERNESS ROAD MOTEL. 100% Air Conditioned. Spacious Rooms. Double Beds. Electric Heat. Music. Television. Swimming Pool. Located near Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. Phones 2611 and 2621. On U.S. 25E. Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Bottom view: Pinnacle Overlook." 2016-033
Cumberland Mountain State Park CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN STATE PARK NEAR CROSSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P12894. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072. "CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN STATE PARK Near CROSSVILLE, TENN. The sandy beach at Cumberland Mountain State Park is the biggest and finest inland beach in the South. Fishing, Hunting, Swimming and Vacation Cabins available.
Color by Paul A. Moore – Tenn. Conservation Dept." THS 999
Cumberland Mountain State Park CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN STATE PARK. Color. Title on reverse. Shows man sitting in front of dam. Divided back. Department of Conservation, State Parks Division.
Cumberland Mountain State Park T-32. Lake and Bathers at Cumberland Mountain State Park, Cumberland County, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 88674. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Four miles south from Crossville on State Route 28 is Cumberland Mountain State Park where the tourist may enjoy swimming and other out-door sports. It is one of the most attractive recreational spots in Tennessee. Day use of the park facilities are available to tourists but the vacation cabins are usually reserved in advance during the Summer months." THS 882
Cumberland Mountain State Park T-33. Group of Happy Picnickers. Cumberland Mountain State Park, Cumberland County, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 88675. Linen. PUB. BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Four miles south from Crossville on State Route 28 is Cumberland Mountain State Park where the tourist may enjoy swimming and other out-door sports. It is one of the most attractive recreational spots in Tennessee. Day use of the park facilities are available to tourists but the vacation cabins are usually reserved in advance during the Summer months. THS 882
Cumberland Mountain State Park T-34. Boating on the Lake, Cumberland Mountain State Park, Cumberland County, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 88676. Linen. Pub. by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Four miles south from Crossville on State Route 28 is Cumberland Mountain State Park where the tourist may enjoy swimming and other out-door sports. It is one of the most attractive recreational spots in Tennessee. Day use of the park facilities are available to tourists but the vacation cabins are usually reserved in advance during the Summer months." THS 882
Cumberland Mountains BATTLE CREEK VALLEY, CUMBERLAND MTNS., U. S. 41, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Cumberland Mountains BATTLE CREEK VALLEY, CUMBERLAND MTNS., US. 41, TENN. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. I-T-51. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2016-073
Cumberland Mountains D-6. PALISADES NEAR THE GREAT STONE DOOR, CUMBERLAND MTS. TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "Crossed the River on Ferry, Run by gasoline motor, 7/11/39" 1996-119
Cumberland Mountains Dixie Highway in the Sequatchie Valley. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline. Co. No. I-T-67. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2016-073
Cumberland Mountains FULLERTON BLUFF, CUMBERLAND MTNS., U.S. 41 TENN. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. I-T-20. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2016-073
Cumberland Mountains The Cumberland Plateau, home to a diverse group of plants and animals. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. The Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter. Photo by Byron Jorjorian. The Cumberland Plateau, home to a diverse group of plants and animals, is one of the many landscapes the Tennessee Chapter of The Nature Conservancy is working to protect. For more information, contact us at 615-383-9909." 2016-033
Cumberland Mountains U.S. 41 ENTERING BATTLE CREEK VALLEY, CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. I-T-52. 2005-052
Cumberland Springs "Cumberland Springs" Near Tullahoma, Tenn. Four views: "Cottages," "Dining Room," "Ball Alley," ""Hotel," "Bridge." Black and white with beige background. Undivided back. Photo. 2016-033
Daisy DAISY GRAMMAR SCHOOL BUILDING, DAISY, TENN. Greyscale. White Border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. RD-8034. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, "C.T. DOUBLETONE." 1999-054
Dandridge Birdseye View of Dandridge, Tenn. Greyscale. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 39608. American News Co., New York, N.Y. 1998-016
Dandridge BRIDGE ACROSS FRENCH BROAD RIVER, DANDRIDGE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 55292. 55292–Pub. by Tinsley Drug Co., Dandridge, Tenn. THS
Dandridge COURT HOUSE, DANDRIDGE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 55293. 55293–Pub. by Tinsley Drug Co., Dandridge, Tenn. THS
Dandridge MAIN STREET, DANDRIDGE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 55295. 55205–Pub. by Tinsley Drug Co., Dandridge, Tenn. THS
Dandridge Maury High School, Dandridge, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Auburn Post Card Mfg. Co., Auburn, Ind. Made in U.S.A. THS
Dandridge Residence. Sepia tone. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: Dandridge, Tenn., 1915. 2017-052
Dandridge T-4. SUNSET VIEW SHOWING HIGHWAY BRIDGE OVER DOUGLAS LAKE BETWEEN DANDRIDGE AND NEWPORT, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-9289. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2006-029
Danville Freight Elevator at Danville, Tenn. Color tint. Divided back. No. 26808N E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. 2006-029
Danville Greetings from Danville, Tenn. Color tint. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2340. No. 2340, 39 des. GENERAL SCENES. No. 10 2016-033
Danville GREETINGS FROM DANVILLE, TENN. Pitching hay on to cart. Color. Vintage. White border. Divided back. No. 35578. COMMERCIALCHROME 2020-060
Danville Post Office at DANVILLE, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Depiction of old house and white picket fence. 2016-033
Dayton ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, BRYAN UNIVERSITY, DAYTON, TENN., NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 112111. MANLEY, YOUNG & MEYER, ARCHITECTS, KNOXVILLE, TENN. MADE BY CURT TEICH & COMPANY, INC., CHICAGO, U.S.A.
Dayton Buzzard Point, near Dayton, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Pub. by Fred. H. Wierick, Dayton, Tenn. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Crossville, Tenn., 1908.
Dayton CHICKAMAUGA LAKE Near Dayton Tennessee. Black and white. Undivided back. Photo. (Duane 63). THS 995
Dayton CORNER, MAIN & MARKET STS., DAYTON, TENN. Sepia tone. Vintage. Captions. Undivided back. Two copies. THS 680
Dayton COURTHOUSE. DAYTON, TENN. Exterior, front. Greyscale. Divided back. Real photo. 2018-032
Dayton Dayton Landing – Tenn. River, Dayton, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Pub. by Fred H. Wierick, Dayton, Tenn. Printed in Germany. 2018-032
Dayton Dayton, Tenn. in 1880. Greyscale. Undivided back. Postmark: Dayton, Tenn., 1951. THS 680
Dayton Dayton, Tenn. Street scene. Title handwritten on reverse. Sepia tone. Undivided back. THS 680
Dayton FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, DAYTON, TENN. Sepia tone. Divided back. PUBLISHED BY THE COLLOTYPE CO., ELIZABETH, N. J. AND N. Y. 2020-226
Dayton GEORGE W. RAPPELYEA, the young metallurgist with the Dayton Coal and Iron Company, was a member of the American Civil Liberties Union …. Greyscale. Portrait. Narrative on obverse and reverse. Divided back. © COLOR KING. CLINE ADVERTISING, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "GEORGE W. RAPPELYEA, the young metallurgist with the Dayton Coal and Iron Company, was a member of the American Civil Liberties Union, and it was at Rappelyea's urging that plans were made to test the constitutionality of the new 1925 Tennessee Anti-Evolution Law." 2016-033
Dayton MACK'S BUSY DAY. Loading the Famous "Aroma" Strawberries. Dayton Fruit Growers Association, Dayton, Tenn. E.F. McGarvey, Mgr. Shows Rhea County Courthouse. Advertisement on reverse. Sepia tone. Divided back. "STRAWBERRIES An East Tennessee Product. Get in Touch With E. F. McGarvey. Manager, Dayton, Tenn." THS 680
Dayton One of Our Famous "Aroma" Strawberry Fields. Dayton Fruit Growers Association, Dayton, Tenn., E.F. McGarvey, Mgr. Advertisement on reverse. Sepia tone. Divided back. "STRAWBERRIES An East Tennessee Product. Get in Touch With E. F. McGarvey. Manager, Dayton, Tenn." THS 680
Dayton Picking Strawberries in East Tennessee. Dayton Fruit Growers Association, Dayton, Tenn. E.F. McGarvey, Mgr. Advertisement on reverse. Sepia tone. Divided back. "STRAWBERRIES An East Tennessee Product. Get in Touch With E. F. McGarvey. Manager, Dayton, Tenn." THS 680
Dayton Rhea Co. Courthouse, Dayton. Title handwritten on reverse. Message-face. Sepia tone. Undivided back. THS 680
Dayton Rhea County Court House, Dayton, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 138470. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 37415. """The Rhea County Courthouse, scene of the famous Scopes evolution trial in 1925 in which Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan engaged in legal battle. Bryan College, a four-year Christian liberal arts college was founded in Dayton in 1930 in honor of Mr. Bryan.""
TSLA dB 32831." 1994-126
Dayton RUDD MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee 37321. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 159936. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 37415. "Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee 37321. RUDD MEMORIAL CHAPEL. Dedicated debt-free in 1977, this modern fine-arts complex houses an 850-seat auditorium, private chapel, choir and band rooms, fellowship halls, studios, and classrooms." Photo by student photographer Don Larson. 1996-031
Dayton WELCH'S TOURIST COURT and CAFÉ, Dayton, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILW., WIS.–LCL. "WELCH'S TOURIST COURT and CAFÉ. Located ½ Mile North of Dayton, Tenn. on U.S. 27. Electric heat and air conditioned. Home cooked meals. Phone 722." 2018-039
Dayton Where Scopes Evolution Case Started. Robinson's Drug Store, Dayton, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. 2007-048
Decaturville GREETINGS FROM DECATUR COUNTY. Decatur County Courthouse. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. ICS-107544. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TN. DECATUR COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Decaturville, Tenn. The first Log Courthouse was built at Decaturville in 1848. It was replaced shortly by a frame building which burned 1869. A two-story brick courthouse, built in 1869, burned in 1927. The present building was built in 1928. Photo by L. D. Thompson. 2019-155
Del Rio T-3. SUNSET SCENE ON CLINCH RIVER, NEAR OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-7915. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Fields Restaurant Next to Home the Best Place to Eat. Del Rio, Tenn." 2006-029
Dickson CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. Dickson, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. No. 2626. Pub. by Jackson Drug Co., Dickson, Tenn. SILVERCRAFT – Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Dickson COURT HOUSE, DICKSON, TENN. Greyscale. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 1990-129
Dickson Dickson Rail Yard, ca. 1920's, taken during an NC&St.L. Employees Picnic. Courtesy of Dr. Stephen DeLoach. Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, Dickson, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. CLEMENT RAILROAD HOTEL MUSEUM, 100 FRANK G. CLEMENT PLACE, P.O. BOX 306 (37056), DICKSON, TN 37055.
Dickson EYE 40 MOTEL AND RESTAURANT, Hwy. 46A at I-40, Dickson, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 40539-C. Chrome. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37072. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "EYE 40 MOTEL and RESTAURANT, Hwy. 46A at I-40, Dickson, Tennessee. Completely Modern - All Brand New Air-Conditioned - Tile Bath - Tub & Shower - Free T.V. Owned and Operated by Neal Garton. Phone 446-8578." 2016-033
Dickson Gov. Frank Clement on the 130 ton locomotive engine reminiscent of No. 382 that Casey Jones rode to legendary fame. Greyscale. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. CLEMENT RAILROAD HOTEL MUSEUM, 100 FRANK G. CLEMENT PLACE, P.O. BOX 306 (37056), DICKSON, TN 37055.
Dickson Greetings from Dickson, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. S-56564-1. Pub. by Thompson' Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. "BUSINESS SECTION, looking north. DICKSON, TENN. Dickson, Tennessee is the largest trade center of DICKSON COUNTY. This fast growing city is located on U.S. Highway 70 and Interstate 40. Recreational interests nearby are the Cumberland River, Jewel Cave, Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River) and a wide range of woodland beauty. MONTGOMERY BELL STATE PARK." 2016-033
Dickson HIGHWAY 70 EAST OF DICKSON, TENN. Black and white. Divided back. Message on reverse. No. 12816. Photo. Silvercraft – Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Dickson Hotel Halbrook, Tennessee State Historic Site, now houses the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. CLEMENT RAILROAD HOTEL MUSEUM, 100 FRANK G. CLEMENT PLACE, P.O. BOX 306 (37056), DICKSON, TN 37055.
Dickson Main Street, looking North, Dickson, Tenn. Copy. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. © Photo courtesy of the Ragan Family Historical Photograph Collection. Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, Dickson, Tenn. CLEMENT RAILROAD HOTEL MUSEUM, 100 FRANK G. CLEMENT PLACE, P.O. BOX 306 (37056), DICKSON, TN 37055.
Dickson Mr. Thomas Rodgers and his Daughter Fanny, Discoverers of Jewel Cave in Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 8B-H1972. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. The reverse side is from an old photograph of Mr. Thomas Rodgers and from a tin type of Fanny Rodgers. At the age of 12 Fanny leading the way, her father and sister Mattie close behind in 1885, made their way through the Discovery Pass from the Spring Cave, to discover one of the world's most beautiful Stalactite Caves. Information on request. JEWEL CAVE – DICKSON, TENN. U.S. 70 – 54 Miles West of Nashville.
Dickson Overhead Bridge, Dickson, Tennessee. Color. Floral. Insert for photo. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Paul C. Koeber Co. (PCK), New York, N.Y. and Kirchheim, Germany. 2017-052
Dickson Scene near Dickson, Tenn. 602. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Series 602. Scenes. 24 des. 1990-241
Dickson THE WAR MEMORIAL BUILDING, Dickson, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2629. SILVERCRAFT MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUB. BY JACKSON DRUG CO., DICKSON, TENN. Postmark: Dickson, Tenn., 1945. 2020-039
Dickson County RESIDENCE OF THE LATE REV. SAMUEL MCADOW, OF DICKSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, IN WHICH THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WAS ORGANIZED, A.D. 1810. Sketched by J. M. Larkin, MD, Clarksville, Tenn. for Rev. S.P. Chesnut, Nashville, Tenn. Black & white. Undivided back. TSLA dB32866. Removed from the State Library Photograph Collection. Gift of Jack Custer (?), Nashville. 2002-079
Dickson County THE OLD LOG HOUSE, Montgomery Bell State Park near Dickson, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. S-74395. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICES, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. Replica of the home of Rev. Samuel McAdoo where he, together with Rev. Finis Ewing and Rev. Samuel King founded the Cumberland Presbyterian Church Feb. 4, 1810. Outgrowth of the "Great Revival of 1800," the new denomination arose to minister to the spiritual needs of a pioneer people who turned from the doctrine of predestination to embrace the "Whosoever Will" gospel of the new church. "Cumberland" was for the Cumberland Region and "Presbyterian" described the form of government. 2017-060
Dickson County Three views: Ruskin Cave, Montgomery Bell State Park Lake, and Jewel Cave. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. 35928 Pub. by Redditt Flower Shop, Dickson, Tenn. Colorcraft - Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. Donation of Ridley Wills II, Nashville. 2016-033
Dickson County Three views: Ruskin Cave, Montgomery Bell State Park Lake, and Jewel Cave. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. 35928 Pub. by Redditt Flower Shop, Dickson, Tenn. Colorcraft - Made by The Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2004-029
Disciples of Christ Historical Society Cenotaph in the forecourt of the Thomas W. Phillips Memorial Building, Nashville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Williams Printing Company, Nashville, Tennessee "Cenotaph in the forecourt of the Thomas W. Phillips Memorial building showing portraits of Thomas Campbell and Walter Scott, two early leaders of the Christian Church. This Memorial houses the Disciples of Christ Historical Society and is located at 1101 Nineteenth Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee 37212." 2005-063
Disciples of Christ Historical Society Disciples of Christ Historical Society, Nashville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. ADventure Imaging, www.adventureimaging.com. 800-305-4415. Formerly located at 1101 19th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37212. 2016-033
Dixon Springs DIXON SPRINGS BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. Two views. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. A93101. Chrome. Oversized card. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS., U.S.A. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37072 DIXON SPRINGS BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The Union Church Building was constructed in 1878 by the Christian Order, Methodist and Presbyterian, on land donated by Mrs. Clara Burford Allen, mother of Judge Webb Allen. The Dixon Creek Baptist were worshipping in a new brick building two miles north which was built in 1859-60. This Baptist Church was organized March 8, 1800. The town took its name from Major Tilman Dixon, a Revolutionary soldier, appointed the first postmaster in April, 1801. James Howard Young was responsible for bringing the Christian doctrine from Bagdad, Tennessee to Dixon Springs. In 1965, brethren R. D. Brooks and Sammy B. Cornwell, Jr. remodeled the interior of the building. On July 4, 1965, the Dixon Springs Baptist Sunday School opened and is held each Sunday morning at 8:30. Gospel singings and schools of music are scheduled regularly by Sammy B. Cornwell, Jr. 1990-116
Dixon Springs DIXONA - FRONTIER HOME, COURT HOUSE and TAVERN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 36788. Photo. Color King © A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "DIXONA – FRONTIER HOME, COURT HOUSE AND TAVERN – Built on Sumner County, North Carolina Frontier, 1789-89, by Maj. Tilman Dixon, Revolutionary War hero of Battle of Kings Mountain. The oldest home in Middle Tennessee, it became the first Court House of Smith County in 1799. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS AND SESSIONS–Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1799–"Ordered that Tilman Dixon be allowed a licence to keep a tavern;" he thereupon gave bond with sufficient security. Located on Tenn. Hwy. 70-N, Dixon Springs, Tennessee. Open to the public year 'round." 2013-028
Dixon Springs DIXONA - FRONTIER HOME, COURT HOUSE and TAVERN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 36788. Photo. Color King © A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. 2016-033
Dixon Springs OLD "RUSTY." DIXON SPRINGS. [Cabin?] Black and white. White border. Undivided back. Photo. 2016-033
Dixon Springs Vintage card of town setting: road, mill, and other buildings. Sepia tone. Message face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back. Photo. """Taken near Dixon's Springs Tenn.""
Address: Miss Edna Brammen, 215 College St., Chattanooga, Tenn." 2016-033
Dixon Springs Vintage greeting card: "Greetings from Dixon Springs Tenn." Color. Embossed image. Glitter. 2016-033
Douglas Dam Douglas Dam, Tenn. Located in Sevier Co. Black and white. White border. Divided back. W-40. Photo. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD-BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2018-014
Douglas Dam N-712. TVA DOUGLAS DAM ON THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER IN EAST TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-6664. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Douglas Dam was built by TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) in the world-record time of 12 months and 19 days from start to closure. Located on the French Broad River in East Tennessee, Douglas Dam is 161 feet high, 1682 feet long, and impounds a lake containing 1,330,000 acre-feet of water. The lake is 43 miles long, and its surface area is 31,600 acres. It was built under emergency authorization to supply power for war industry, and in normal times will be operated in the multi-purpose interests of flood control, navigation improvement, and power production. 2017-064
Dover Greetings from FORT DONELSON, TENNESSEE. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 2DK-674. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "FORT DONELSON, DOVER, TENNESSEE. TOP VIEW: Park Entrance showing part of the Centennial parade being led by Dover Band and American Legion Color Guard followed by part of the 'Red River Raiders' skirmish unit of Clarksville, Tennessee. LOWER VIEW: 'Red River Raiders' skirmish unit from Clarksville, Tennessee … Company 'E' 10th Tenn. Regt. C.S.A." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Dover Greetings from Fort Donelson. Shows original earthwork and abandoned cannons. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. S-58042. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "FORT DONELSON Near Dover, Tenn. This view, overlooking Cumberland River, (Lake Barkley) shows original earthwork and abandoned cannon of heavy caliber." Color Courtesy Tenn. Pub. Relations.
Dover STEWART COUNTY COURTHOUSE. Dover, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. S-63961. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "STEWART COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Dover, Tenn. Stewart County was established in 1803; it was named in honor of Duncan Stewart who was a Revolutionary veteran and one of the first settlers in the area. This courthouse was dedicated 1965." Color by L. D. Thompson. 2018-014
Doyle Baptist Church, Doyle, Tenn. Sepia tone. Divided back. Real photo. Doyle is located in White County. 2016-033
Doyle Unidentified two-story building with cupola. Historical sketch. Tinted. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark 1910 Doyle Tenn. Photo. """This is the college…""
Could this be the Baptist College formerly located in Doyle, Tennessee? Established 1884, closed 1925.
Doyle is located in White County." 2016-033
Dresden WEAKLEY COUNTY COURT HOUSE, DRESDEN, TENN. "Old Court House." Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Photo. 2019-172
Dresden Weakley County Court House, Erected 1949. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1917. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. WEAKLEY COUNTY was established in 1823 and named in honor of Robert Weakley, prominent Tennessee leader and political pioneer. Principal trade centers are Dresden, Martin, Gleason, Greenfield, Sharon, Palmersville, Dukedom and Latham. Color by L. D. Thompson.
Dresden Weakley County Court House, Erected 1949. Narrative on reverse. #2DK-1917.
Duck River DUCK RIVER. Tennessee. Color. Bottom border with title. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. dg-B00678. Photo. © Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN, 37072. Dynacolor Graphics, Inc. Photo by Sherry Dorris. Made in U.S.A. "DUCK RIVER. Tennessee. The Duck River of Tennessee is the longest river located entirely within the state of Tennessee." 2016-033
Duck River The Duck River, Nature Conservancy project area. Photo © Byron Jorjorian. Promotion. Color. Divided back. Narrative and title on reverse. The Nature Conservancy, Tennessee Chapter 2016-033
Ducktown WITNESS TREE. Route 294 between Ducktown and Hiwassee Dam. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 0C175-N. THE CHURCH OF PROPHECY MARKER ASSN., 303 BIBLE PLACE, CLEVELAND, TENN. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. The WITNESS TREE has been observed by thousands who have seen the results of a great miracle when lightning flashed down the tree in a broad swarth, jumped across the place where the Church flag was placed, then took up its course to the ground. Also it has been a great landmark in the bygone days. (In "Fields of the Wood", Route 294 between Ducktown, Tennessee and Hiwassee Dam). 2021-109
Dunbar Cave State Natural Area DUNBAR CAVE STATE NATURAL AREA. Color. Four views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. CLARKSVILLE/MONTGOMERY COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU Dunbar Cave State Natural Area - This 110-acre park is one of Clarksville's most scenic areas at all four seasons. In the 1930's and 40's the huge cave entrance served as a naturally air-conditioned venue to Big Band performances. Later owned by country music legend Roy Acuff, the venue hosted some of Nashville's biggest entertainers. 2020-226
Dunlap Courthouse, Dunlap, Tenn., in process of construction, Dec. 19, 1911. Black and white. Title on reverse.
Dyersburg "Greetings from Dyersburg, Tenn." Sternwheeler Cruising on Mississippi River. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1191. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "THE DELTA AREA OF THE GREAT MISSISSIPPI VALLEY is totally unlike any other section of the United States. It is a land that lives on a tradition of southern hospitality and the deep throated echo of steamboat whistles, cotton plantations and mingled with some of the most interesting Confederate history. This old "Queen" is a resplendent memory of past days." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Dyersburg AERIAL VIEW. DYERSBURG STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE. DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE 38024. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1EK-312. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "D.S.C.C. opened in September, 1969. The college offers accredited associate degree programs in many areas. President E. B. Eller welcomes everyone to visit the campus. An adult evening program is one of its many services offered to communities in Northwest Tennessee." DSCC Photo.
Dyersburg Cottonwood Ferry, Mississippi River. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-76387-1. Chrome PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICES, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. MISSISSIPPI RIVER Showing Cottonwood Ferry. This modern ferry links the Dyersburg, Tennessee area to the shores of Missouri and Routes to Blytheville, Arkansas and points west, linking with Interstate 55 which is man traffic route north and south. Those who travel this section of the country will find a most interesting thrill by ferrying the mighty Mississippi at this point. Color by L. D. Thompson. 2017-060
Dyersburg Court House, Dyersburg, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1920. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "Dyer County was established in the year of 1823. It was named in honor of Colonel Robert Henry Dyer, who served valiantly under General Andrew Jackson, in the Natchez Expedition, The Creek War, War of 1812, including the decisive Battle of New Orleans, and the Seminole War of 1818. Dyersburg is the County Seat of Dyer County, Tennessee. The city of NEWBERN is the next largest trade center of Dyer County." COLOR BY L. D. THOMPSON.
Dyersburg Dyer County Court House, Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 9A226-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. 2020-039
Dyersburg Dyer County Court House, Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9A226-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "Dyer County was established in the year of 1823. It was named in honor of Colonel Robert Henry Dyer, who served valiantly under General Andrew Jackson, in the Natchez Expedition, The Creek War, War of 1812, including the decisive Battle of New Orleans, and the Seminole War of 1818. Dyersburg is the County Seat of Dyer County, Tennessee." 2017-052
Dyersburg DYER COUNTY COURTHOUSE, DYERSBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 67663. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. ART COLORED." 2006-029
Dyersburg DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE. Shows First Citizens National Bank Building. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-33046. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Photo by L. D. Thompson. "DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE: Corner of West Court and Mill Street showing the First Citizens National Bank Building. This is one of the fastest growing cities of West Tennessee. Recreational facilities of the Mississippi River, Reelfoot Lake and Kentucky Lake are available by making a short drive from the city."
Dyersburg FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S 43675. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color by L. D. Thompson. "FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, Dyersburg, Tenn. This fast growing up-town church is located on Main and McGauchey Streets in Dyersburg. The City of Dyersburg was incorporated 1836 and the Methodist Church was organized in 1842. The first Building was erected in 1844 with Rev. R. A. Tarrant as pastor. The present building was erected in 1923. This church was always enjoyed a constant growth and friendly membership. Visitors and members of other denominations are always welcome."
Dyersburg Greetings from Dyersburg, Tennessee. Shows First Citizens National Bank Drive-In Branch. Narrative on reverse. #2DK-792. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "PROGRESS IN DYERSBURG. One of a series of expanding community improvements is this newly constructed Drive-in Bank located on corner of South Church Street and West Market Street in downtown Dyersburg, Tennessee. This project is one of a number recently developed to expand the business and industrial interests of the City." COLOR BY L. D. THOMPSON.
Dyersburg GREETINGS FROM DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE. Shows South Mill Street looking north. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1297. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "GREETINGS FROM DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE. This view, made from Market Street looking north along South Mill Street of downtown Dyersburg, shows some of the business interests of one side of the public square of this fast growing city." COLOR BY L. D. THOMPSON.
Dyersburg MAIN AVENUE, LOOKING SOUTH, DYERSBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A 67664. PUBLISHED BY H. A. MC ELROY AND CO., 5 & 10c STORES, DYERSBURG, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2002-077
Dyersburg Mill Street, North from Market Street, Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 5B129-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. 1995-046
Dyersburg PARKVIEW HOSPITAL, DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-33047. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "PARKVIEW HOSPITAL, DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE. This attractive, air-conditioned, modern hospital was dedicated to the service of humanity in April 1956. It is equipped with the most modern facilities and caters to the fast growing area of Dyer County and the surrounding communities."
Dyersburg SK-55–MECHANICAL COTTON PICKER. "Greetings From Dyersburg, Tenn." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 8C-K3229. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. "One of these modern machines can replace many, many hand pickers. Cotton is a vital crop throughout all of the great Southland."
Dyersburg U. S. Post Office, Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 9A225-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. 1995-046
Eagleville Greetings from EAGLEVILLE, TENN. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 60269. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
Earleyville Hello! Hello! I'm Here at EARLEYVILLE. Yes! Come at Once; It's a Dandy Town. Vintage Pennant card. Color. Illustrations. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Earleyville, Tenn., 1913. 2019-097
Eastbrook Cottage Row, Eastbrook, Tenn. Black and white.
Eastbrook The River Road - Under the Beeches, Eastbrook, Tenn. Black and white.
Eastbrook The Springhouse in the Glen, Eastbrook, Tenn. Hand-colored, predominantly green.
Eastland Vintage view of the railroad depot and siding at Eastland, Tenn. Black and white. Message written on obverse. Divided back. Photo. Postmark: 1907. 2016-033
Elizabethton "PEACEFUL WATAUGA, ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Florence Jeff. Greyscale. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back. THE ALBERTYPE CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Elizabethton BRIDGE OVER THE DOE RIVER, U.S. 19 NEAR ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Black and white. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. I-D-15. Photo. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD-BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1998-059
Elizabethton DOE RIVER BRIDGE, Elizabethton, Tenn. "Historic Landmark of Tennessee." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-58335-3. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. DOE RIVER BRIDGE, Elizabethton, Tenn. Bridge No. 42-1001 over Doe River at Elizabethton, Tenn. was built early in 1882 at a cost of $3,300.00. The span is 134 feet long. It has been used for traffic over the years except for interruptions for repair.
Elizabethton DOE RIVER COVERED BRIDGE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. P006-30. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS, 316 SHAWNEE ROAD, JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. "Built in 1882, the Doe River Covered Bridge symbolizes part of Northeast Tennessee's rich cultural history. (Elizabethton, Tennessee). 1997-047
Elizabethton E-11. A SCENE NEAR ELIZABETHTON, TENN. N-271. HYDRO-ELECTRIC PLANT ON THE WATAUGA RIVER IN EAST TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. E-4503. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Elizabethton E-13. AMERICAN BEMBERG PLANT, ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-11079. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Elizabethton E-13. AMERICAN BEMBERG PLANT, ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-11079. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2020-009
Elizabethton E-14. NORTH AMERICAN RAYON CORPORATION PLANT, ELIZABETHTON, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. E-11080. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Elizabethton E-14. NORTH AMERICAN RAYON CORPORATION PLANT, ELIZABETHTON, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-11080. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2020-009
Elizabethton E-3. U.S. POST OFFICE, ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Linen. 1341. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2020-060
Elizabethton E-4. SAINT ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. 1342. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Elizabethton E-5. CARTER COUNTY COURT HOUSE AND MONUMENT, ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. 1343. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 1998-029
Elizabethton ELIZABETHTON, TENN. FROM THE NORTH-WEST, WATAUGA RIVER IN FOREGROUND. IRON MOUNTAINS IN BACKGROUND. FLORENCE JETT. Greyscale. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back. THE ALBERTYPE CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Elizabethton Glenwood Hotel, Elizabethton, Tenn. Color. Gold border. Divided back. C.C.C.C. THS 753
Elizabethton Historic Landmark of Tennessee. DOE RIVER BRIDGE, Elizabethton, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. S-58335. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "DOE RIVER BRIDGE, Elizabethton, Tenn. Bridge No. 42-1001 over Doe River at Elizabethton, Tenn. was built early in 1882 at a cost of $3,300.00. The span is 134 feet long. It has been used for traffic over the years except for interruptions for repair." Color by L. D. Thompson. 2020-039
Elizabethton THE GORGE ON E.T.&W.N.C., ELIZABETHTON, TENN. FLORENCE JETT. Greyscale. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back. THE ALBERTYPE CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Elizabethton THE GOVERNOR TAYLOR HOTEL IN ELIZABETHTON, TENNESSEE. WHERE THE NIGHTS ARE ALWAYS COOL. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Photo.
Elizabethton THE OLD COVERED BRIDGE. ELIZABETHTON, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 26059. Chrome. "The Old Covered Bridge. Elizabethton, Tenn. This old 18th Century bridge crosses the Doe River and is but one of the few remaining covered bridges still in use today.
Photo by: Joyce L. Haynes." THS 999
Elkmont The Tavern - Elkmont, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. "COME UP IN THE MOUNTAINS! and Take a Rest! Elkmont – Elevation 2,145 ft. – 50 miles from Knoxville on the 100-mile SCENIC LOOP. Cool and comfortable in Summer; majestic in Winter. Delicious meals; popular prices. Open all the year. Trout Fishing, hiking, swimming, and other pastimes. Daily bus service from Knoxville. For information call Mrs. John P. Moffett, Elkmont, Tenn." MSS 657
Englewood Railroad Depot, Englewood, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Title supplied by cataloger. Divided back. © T.D.R. Productions - 1993. "The depot at Englewood, Tennessee was constructed by the L&N Railroad in 1905. It served this thriving little textile community for nearly 48 years, until finally on August 15, 1953, the L&N Railroad discontinued passenger service to Englewood. The building was demolished around 1970." 1999-016
Epperson Springs Boardwalk to Springs. Epperson Springs, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9681. "We ship our Celebrated Red, White, Black and Blue Sulphur Water everywhere. Bottled at the Springs." 2016-033
Epperson Springs Epperson Springs Hotel, Epperson Springs, Tenn. (Macon Co.). Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9674. 2006-092
Epperson Springs Epperson Springs Hotel, Epperson Springs, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 9674. 2016-033
Epperson Springs Group of Springs, Epperson Springs, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9675. "We ship our Celebrated Red, White, Black and Blue Sulphur Water everywhere. Bottled at the Springs." 2016-033
Epperson Springs Mill Dam and Fishing Pond. Epperson Springs, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9679. "We ship our Celebrated Red, White, Black and Blue Sulphur Water everywhere. Bottled at the Springs." 2016-033
Epperson Springs Old Water Mill, Epperson Springs, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9676. "We ship our Celebrated Red, White, Black and Blue Sulphur Water everywhere. Bottled at the Springs." 2016-033
Epperson Springs Steam Laundry, Epperson Springs Hotel, Epperson Springs, Tenn. Engine Room, Epperson Springs Hotel, Epperson Springs, Tenn. Two views. Color. Divided back. No. 9682. 2016-033
Epperson Springs Sun Parlor, Epperson Springs Hotel, Epperson Springs, Tenn. Stairway Entrance, Epperson Springs Hotel, Epperson Springs, Tenn. (two views). Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9683. "We ship our celebrated Red, White, Black, and Blue Sulphur Water everywhere. Bottled at the Springs." 2016-033
Erin HOUSTON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, ERIN, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back No. S41748. Chrome. CHICKASAW STUDIOS, 1220 PARIS, TENNESSEE. "HOUSTON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, ERIN, TENNESSEE. Houston County, Tennessee was established 1871 named in honor of Sam Houston, member of Congress from Tenn. 1823-27, Governor, 1827-29. Moving later to Texas, he became the leader of the struggle for independence, commanded the victorious army at the Battle of San Jacinto, was the first president of the Republic of Texas, later U.S. Senator from Texas and Governor of Texas. Erin, the county seat of Houston County, Tennessee is a fast growing trade center of the Tennessee Ridge area of West Tennessee." 2016-033
Erin HOUSTON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, ERIN, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. Divided back. Photo. 2020-226
Erin Houston County High School, Erin, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. S-56565. Color by L. D. Thompson. Pub. by Thompson's Color Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "GREETINGS FROM ERIN, TENNESSEE." The beautiful rolling hills of the TENNESSEE RIDGE Country adds to the interest and growth of this county seat of HOUSTON COUNTY. The School facilities and education system of this fast growing community is complementary of the progressive leadership of its citizens." Pickup truck owned by O.S. Uffelman.
Erwin NIGHT-TIME SCENE OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, ERWIN, TENN. #E-3.
Erwin Presbyterian Church, Erwin, Tenn. Sepia tone. #33297.
Erwin Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, ERWIN, TENN. #E-2.
Estill Springs Estill Springs Hotel. Black and white.
Estill Springs THE DAM, ESTILL SPRINGS, TENN. Blue tint.
Etowah L & N RAILROAD DEPOT – ETOWAH, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. © T.D.R. Productions 1988. © T.D.R. PRODUCTIONS – 1988. PUBLISHED BY MODERN POSTCARDS. L & N Railroad Depot – Etowah, Tennessee. Built in 1906 and restored in 1981. The building has been placed on the National Register of Historical Places, and currently houses the Etowah Chamber of Commerce and Cultural Arts Commission. 1999-016 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Etowah MOONSHINE STILL. "Where the Moonshines." Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. I-K-6. © COPYRIGHT W. M. CLINE. Real photo. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2021-094 Notice: This postcard may be copyrighted.
Etowah MOUNTAIN BREEZE MOTEL. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-49405. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY TENNESSEE COLOR CARD CO., 2819 OCOEE ST., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "MOUNTAIN BREEZE MOTEL. Air Condition – Pool – Free T.V. Shuffleboard and Playground. Restaurant Nearby. 3½ Miles North of Etowah, Tenn. U.S. Hwy. 411.
Color by Jimmie Moore."
Etowah TENNESSEE VILLAGE OF 1800. Highway 411, Two Miles North of Etowah, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 54930. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "TENNESSEE VILLAGE OF 1800. Highway 411, Two Miles North of Etowah, Tennessee. A historical house consisting of two cabins. The North Cabin was brought from Polk County in the area where the song ""When You and I Were Young Maggie"" was written. It is said that Maggie Harris of this song visited this cabin many times. The Southern Cabin from near Nancy Ward's Grave is said, by her descendants, to be her cabin. The furniture is Victorian and Early American.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." THS 999 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Etowah Y. M. C. A. Building. Title supplied by cataloger. Vintage. Sepia tone. Undivided back. THS 872
Fall Creek Falls State Park BETTY DUNN NATURE CENTER. Located within Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PHOTO BY JOHN HARGIS, PERFECT LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY. BETTY DUNN NATURE CENTER – Located within Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park the facility was established in the early '70's and is named in honor of Gov. Winfield Dunn's wife. The exhibits focus on the cultural and natural history of the park. It serves as the center for recreational and interpretive programs.
Fall Creek Falls State Park Cane Creek Cascades in Fall Creek Falls State Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P89818. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS. 02130. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. "Tennessee has set aside over a quarter million acres of scenic and historical land, in its state recreational areas. This view of Cane Creek Cascades of Fall Creek Falls State Park is typical of the state park system of recreational areas." 1995-046
Fall Creek Falls State Park Cane Creek Cascades in the Fall Creek Falls State Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P10144. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUB BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO., 806 CHURCH ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. "Tennessee has set aside over a quarter million acres of scenic and historical land, in its state recreational areas. This view of Cane Creek Cascades at Fall Creek Falls State Park is typical of the state park system of recreational areas." 1994-094
Fall Creek Falls State Park CANE CREEK CASCADES. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. PHOTO BY © JOHN HARGIS, PERFECT LIGHT GALLERIES. Cane Creek Cascades – Located below the Betty Dunn Nature Center, is a short series of waterfalls approximately forty feet in height. The Cascades was home to the Bickford Grist Mill until the flood of 1929 carried it over Cane Creek Falls.
Fall Creek Falls State Park CANE CREEK FALLS, FALL CREEK NATIONAL PARK, SPENCER, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 18237. SILVERCRAFT–MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PRINTED FOR NELSON DRUG CO., SPARTA, TENN. THS 680
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS – At 256 feet, this is the highest falls east of the Rocky Mountains. The waters of Fall Creek have cut through rock to expose geologic formations millions of years old. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. PHOTO BY © JOHN HARGIS, PERFECT LIGHT GALLERY. FALL CREEK FALLS – At 256 feet, this is the highest falls east of the Rocky Mountains. The waters of Fall Creek have cut through rock to expose geologic formations millions of years old.
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS – FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK – 15,777 acres. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 51346. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. FALL CREEK FALLS – FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK – 15,777 acres of majestic grandeur, cascades, deep chasms, gorges, virgin timber, and ancient Indian artifices. The complete rugged vastness of this area makes this park more than unusual. Fall Creek Falls, 256 feet high, is the highest in eastern America. Group camps, tent camping, picnicking, hiking, hunting, and naturalistic swimming area on mountain stream. Located on State Highway 30, 15 miles northwest of Pikeville, Tennessee. Natural Color Photograph by Frank Shannon. 2019-097
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS INN – first constructed in 1972 with 73 rooms and two conference rooms the inn was expanded to 145 rooms and five conference rooms in 1999. It overlooks a 350 acre lake and features a full service restaurant. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. PHOTO BY © JOHN HARGIS, PERFECT LIGHT GALLERY. FALL CREEK FALLS INN – first constructed in 1972 with 73 rooms and two conference rooms the inn was expanded to 145 rooms and five conference rooms in 1999. It overlooks a 350 acre lake and features a full service restaurant.
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS INN AND RESTAURANT. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 44348. Chrome. Fall Creek Falls Inn and Restaurant are popular for family vacations and conference accommodations. The Inn has 144 rooms, each open onto a private patio or balcony overlooking Fall Creek Lake. The landside cabins and fisherman cabins are two bedrooms and fully equipped for housekeeping.
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS LOCATED ATOP THE CUMBERLAND PLATEAU PLUMMETS 256 FEET – IT'S THE HIGHEST WATERFALLS IN THE EASTERN U.S. PIKEVILLE, TN 37367. Illustration. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 1997-067
Fall Creek Falls State Park Fall Creek Falls near McMinnville, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OB171. PHOTO: STATE OF TENNESSEE, DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. "FALL CREEK FALLS is located in the Fall Creek Falls State Park, is 256 ft. high, and is the highest waterfall east of the Rockies." 2000-044
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK CABINS. Two views. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 6832-E. Chrome. Pub. by AGRIDEAS, Murfreesboro, TN 37133. "Fisherman cabins located directly on Fall Creek Lake and landside cabins on a hill overlooking the lake are conveniently near the inn and restaurant. All are plush two-bedroom cabins sleeping up to eight and are fully equipped for comfortable housekeeping." 1997-067
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK INN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 6834-E. Chrome. Pub. by AGRIDEAS, Murfreesboro, TN 37133. "FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK INN. Inn rooms have private balconies that overlook the beautiful 350-acre lake and have easy access to a private inn swimming pool. The inn complete with restaurant and conference facilities combined with golf, hiking, and fishing insure that your vacation or business session will be fun and enjoyable." 1997-067
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK, CANE CREEK FALLS - PINEY CREEK FALLS. Two views. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 8994-E. Chrome. Pub. by AGRIDEAS, Murfreesboro, TN 37133. "Cane Creek Falls is located directly below the cascades and directly behind the nature center. A cable trail leads to the base of this 85 feet high falls. Piney Creek Falls also drops 85 feet but is often called the most beautiful falls in the park." 1996-031
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. BETTY DUNN NATURE CENTER. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 29947. Chrome. S.P.I., MT. JULIET, TN. FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. BETTY DUNN NATURE CENTER at Fall Creek Falls State Park, named for the popular wife of former Governor Winfield Dunn, contains exhibits and videos that describe the various plants, animals and geology of the park. The nature center also contains a book sales area operated by the "Friends of Fall Creek Falls."
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS State Park. Shows swinging bridge. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B21001. Chrome. © 1996 RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. "This swinging bridge over Cane Creek is but one of four located in Fall Creek Falls State Park. The park features miles of quiet trails through beautiful forests and gorges as well as a resort lodge, campground, golf course, fishing and many other recreational activities. The park contains over 20,000 acres and the highest waterfall in the eastern United States." 1997-067
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS. 256 FOOT WATERFALL. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P303642. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © COLOURPICTURE, BOSTON, MASS. 02130. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. "FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. Pikeville, Tennessee. FALL CREEK FALLS. 256 FOOT WATERFALL. Highest waterfall East of Rockies in this beautiful 16,800 acre park." 1995-046
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS. Black ink drawing on parchment background. Narrative and title on reverse.
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS. FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. B17250. Chrome. © 1991 Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. "FALL CREEK FALLS. FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. 15,777 acres of majestic grandeur, cascades, deep chasms and gorges, virgin timber, and ancient Indian artifices. The complete rugged vastness of this area makes this park more than unusual. Fall Creek Falls, 256 feet high, is the highest in eastern America. Group camps, tent camping, picnicking, hiking, hunting, and naturalistic swimming area on mountain stream. Located on State Highway 30, 15 miles northwest of Pikeville, Tennessee." Color Photo: R. E. Calonge. 1997-067
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS. THE HIGHEST WATERFALL EAST OF THE ROCKIES. Narrative and title on reverse. #30125-B.
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS. THE HIGHEST WATERFALL EAST OF THE ROCKIES. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 30215-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUB. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. "FALL CREEK FALLS. THE HIGHEST WATERFALL EAST OF THE ROCKIES. Fall Creek Falls State Park is an area possessing more rugged grandeur than any of comparable size in the East. This Waterfall is 256' high – 100' higher than Niagara." Color photo Courtesy Tenn. Cons. Dept. 2006-101
Fall Creek Falls State Park FALL CREEK FALLS. The highest waterfall east of the Rockies. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 6833-E. Chrome. Pub. by AGRIDEAS, Murfreesboro, TN 37133. "The highest waterfall east of the Rockies. Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park is an area possessing more rugged grandeur than any of comparable size in the eastern United States. This waterfall is 256 feet high and plunges into a shaded pool. Photo by: Ronnie Burgess." 1996-031
Fall Creek Falls State Park PINEY CREEK FALLS IN FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B17249. Chrome. © Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. "PINEY CREEK FALLS IN FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. 15,777 acres of majestic grandeur, cascades, deep chasms and gorges, virgin timber, and ancient Indian artifices. The complete rugged vastness of this area makes this park more than unusual. Fall Creek Falls, 256 feet high, is the highest in eastern America. Group camps, tent camping, picnicking, hiking, hunting, and naturalistic swimming area on mountain stream. Located on State Highway 30, 15 miles northwest of Pikeville, Tennessee." Color Photo: R. E. Calonge. 1997-067
Fall Creek Falls State Park T-35. Cane Creek Falls, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 88677. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "Fall Creek Falls State Park possesses more wild, rugged grandeur than any other area of equal size in the East. It contains 15,776 acres ranging in elevation from approximately 900 to 1,200 feet. The principal scenic features are its magnificent water-falls, Fall Creek Falls, 256 feet in height, is the highest east of the Rockies. Other falls and overlooks lend their beauty to a sylvan picture unsurpassed." 1996-106
Fall Creek Falls State Park T-35. Cane Creek Falls, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 88677. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Fall Creek Falls State Park possesses more wild, rugged grandeur than any other area of equal size in the East. It contains 15,776 acres ranging in elevation from approximately 900 to 2,000 feet. The principal scenic features are its magnificent water-falls, Fall Creek Falls, 256 feet in height, is the highest east of the Rockies. Other falls and overlooks lend their beauty to a sylvan picture unsurpassed. 2019-062
Fall Creek Falls State Park TENNESSEE. Shows Fall Creek Falls. Narrative on reverse. #B17250.
Fall Creek Falls State Park THE RESTING PLACE – resting place at the base of Fall Creek Falls. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PHOTO BY © JOHN HARGIS, PERFECT LIGHT GALLERIES. THE RESTING PLACE – As one hikes the strenuous trail to the base of Fall Creek Falls, this welcome place is found.
Fall Creek Falls State Park TWIN FALLS VIEW. CANE CREEK & ROCK HOUSE BRANCH FALLS. FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. B17268. © 1991 RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072 "TWIN FALLS VIEW. CANE CREEK & ROCK HOUSE BRANCH FALLS. FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK. 15,777 acres of majestic grandeur, cascades, deep chasms and gorges, virgin timber, and ancient Indian artifices. The complete rugged vastness of this area makes this park more than unusual. Fall Creek Falls, 256 feet high, is the highest in eastern America. Group camps, tent camping, picnicking, hiking, hunting, and naturalistic swimming area on mountain stream. Located on State Highway 30, 15 miles northwest of Pikeville, Tennessee." Color Photo: R. E. Calonge. 1995-083
Fall Creek Falls State Park UPPER CANE CREEK FALLS, CUMBERLANDS, PIKEVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. B-1002. GLOSS-TONE. Pub. by Ferguson Drug Co., Pikeville, Tenn. 1996-119
Fall Creek Falls State Park WINTER AT FALL CREEK FALLS. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B21000. Chrome. © 1996 RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. "WINTER AT FALL CREEK FALLS. Located in Bledsoe and Van Buren Counties, Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park is the most visited State Park in Tennessee. This 19,200 acres of wilderness offers an assortment of activities." 1997-067
Farmington Presbyterian Church USA, Farmington, Tenn. Title handwritten on front. Sepia tone photograph.
Fayetteville A. R. P. Church, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color tint. White borders. Divided back. AUBURN GREETING CARD CO., AUBURN, IND. MADE IN U.S.A. 2018-032
Fayetteville Baptizing 31 People at Bearden's Mill Bridge, Summer 1907, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 130313. Made in Germany. Ashley Bros., Importers and Publishers, Fayetteville, Tenn. Postmark: Fayetteville, Tenn., 1908. 2018-032
Fayetteville Beardens Mill on Elk River, near Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 30628-C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Finish" Post Card.. Postmark: Fayetteville, Tenn., 1947. 1998-016
Fayetteville Bird's Eye View of Fayetteville, Tenn. From Boyle's Hill. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. B1234B4. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago, Ill. 2018-032
Fayetteville BONANZA MOTEL and RESTAURANT. Hwy. 231 and 431 South, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 60489-B. Chrome. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "BONANZA MOTEL and RESTAURANT. Hwy. 231 and 431 South Fayetteville, Tenn. Wall-to-Wall Carpet - Tile Bath, Tub and Shower - Room Phones - Free T.V. - Swimming Pool - Year around Air Conditioning. For reservations Phone 433-4593." 2016-033
Fayetteville BRYSON COLLEGE, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. A-59288. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., “C.T. AMERICAN ART.” PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2017-052
Fayetteville CONFEDERATE MONUMENT & PARK, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. IMPORTED FOR MC. KINNEY BROS., FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY.
Fayetteville CONFEDERATE MONUMENT AND PARK, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 30627. COMMERCIALCHROME 1990-129
Fayetteville COURT HOUSE, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. IMPORTED FOR McKINNEY BROS., FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. 2018-032
Fayetteville Court House, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. B1234C4. H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago, Ill. Postmark: Lewisburg, Tenn., 1909. 1994-176
Fayetteville Court House, Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 59293. Genuine Curteich-Chicago, "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" Post Card.
Fayetteville East Side Public Square, Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. B2741B6. Photo. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago. 2018-032
Fayetteville Episcopal Church, Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. C-17921. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. 2018-032
Fayetteville FIRST SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-59290. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. AMERICAN ART."
Fayetteville GRAMMAR SCHOOL – FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. I-Z-280. A Photograph Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Fayetteville Greetings From Fayetteville - Lincoln County, TN. Color. Purple background. Five views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce """208 Elk Ave. South.
www.fayettevillelincolncountychamber.com
www.livein lincolncounty.com"
Fayetteville Have the JACKSON HIGHWAY on the JACKSON HIGHWAY. Shows map of Jackson Highway and three views: Tablet erected on original Jackson Trail; Andrew Jackson; House in Fayetteville, Tenn. where Jackson slept. Vintage. Narrative on front. Undivided back. Descriptive message on reverse.
Fayetteville LINCOLN COUNTY COURT HOUSE. Fayetteville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. C-24545. Chrome. Pub. by ReClo, Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 2016-033
Fayetteville MAIN BUILDING, MORGAN SCHOOL. Greyscale. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. STREET'S DRUG STORE. UNITED ART PUBLISHING CO., NEW YORK CITY. Postmark: Howell, Tenn., 1909. 2018-032
Fayetteville MORGAN SCHOOL, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Divided back. IMPORTED FOR McKINNEY BROS., FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. 2018-032
Fayetteville MORGAN SCHOOL, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-59288. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. AMERICAN ART." 2018-032
Fayetteville Morgans School, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. D 12753. SAMUEL LANGDORF & CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. MADE IN GERMANY. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Fayetteville Municipal Building – Fayetteville, Tenn. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. I-Z-178. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2018-032
Fayetteville Post Office, Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 52011-C. Photo. Genuine Curteich-Chicago, "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" Post Card. 1996-119
Fayetteville Robert E. Lee High School, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. PUBLISHED BY H. G. ZIMMERMAN & CO., CHICAGO. MADE FOR THE CORNER DRUG STORE, DRYDEN & CAUGHRAN, PROPS. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Fayetteville ROBERT E. LEE HIGH SCHOOL, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color. White bottom border. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. 2016-055
Fayetteville ROBERT E. LEE SCHOOL, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 59289. MADE BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO, ILL., U.S.A. 2018-032
Fayetteville SIXTEEN HUNDRED TURKEYS ON PUBLIC SQUARE, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. Divided back. Photo. IMPORTED FOR MC. KINNEY BROS., FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. TSLA dB 32868.
Fayetteville Stock Day in Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. B2741C6. Photo. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago. Postmark: Fayetteville, Tenn., 1910 2018-032
Fayetteville Stock Farm, Fayetteville, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. H. G. ZIMMERMAN & CO., CHICAGO, ILL. PUB. BY W. W. WHITE, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. 2018-032
Fayetteville Stone Bridge across Elk River, near Fayetteville, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 30626-C. Photo. Genuine Curteich-Chicago, "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" Post Card. Postmark: Fayetteville, Tenn., 1951
Fayetteville Stone Bridge Motel, Fayetteville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 66804-B. Chrome. Pub. by Wayne Floyd, Box 612, Fayetteville, Tenn. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. """Stone Bridge Motel. Fayetteville, Tennessee. Within City Limits on U.S. 231 and 431 South. 5 Blocks South of U.S. 64. Ph. 433-2503. Located near historical Old Stone Bridge erected in 1861 adjacent to the site of Camp Blount, where Andrew Jackson mobilized his Army in October 1813.
Swimming Pool. Wall-to-Wall Carpeting. 100% Air Conditioned. Television & Phones in Each Room. Combination Tiled Baths, Electric Heat. 30 Units.""" 2016-033
Fayetteville The Old Stone Bridge spanning the Elk River, Fayetteville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. P19054. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass. 02130. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color by Wayne Floyd. 1995-046
Fayetteville THE OLD STONE BRIDGE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass., 02130. "THE OLD STONE BRIDGE spanning the Elk River, Fayetteville, Tennessee." Photo by Wayne Floyd. 2016-033
Fayetteville U.S. POST OFFICE, FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. Silver border. Divided back. No. H-594. CLEAR VIEW. MFD. BY WAYNE PAPER BOX & PRTG. CORP., FORT WAYNE, IND. 2018-032
Flag Pond Greetings from FLAG POND, TENN. Shows creek scene with orange border. #60240.
Flag Pond Greetings from FLAG POND, TENN. Shows river scene with green border. #88460.
Flag Pond Greetings from FLAG POND, TENN. Shows river scene with orange border. #88461.
Florida 1st Baptist Church Cor. Hogan & Church Streets, JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Color. Undivided back. No. 3211. Made in Germany. A. C. Bosselman & Co., New York.
Florida A Tandem at the Ostrich Farm, Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Vintage. Undivided back. 1110–PUB. BY M. MARSCHALL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Florida Beautiful Springfield (Second Street) Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Vintage. Undivided back. 1018–PUB. BY M. MARSCHALL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Florida Coconut Grove in Florida. Color. Undivided back. 1132–Pub. by M. Marschall, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Coconut Trees in Florida (showing Fruit). Color. Undivided back. 1131–Pub. by M. Marschall, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Duval County Court House, Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Divided back. No. A-11049. Published by S. H. Kress & Co. Made in U.S.A.
Florida Grape Fruit Tree in Florida. Color. Undivided back. 1125–Pub. by M. Marschall, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Hemming Park, Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Undivided back. 1012–Pub. by M. Marschall, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Main Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Divided back. No. 13621. PUBLISHED BY S. H. KRESS & CO. MADE IN U.S.A.
Florida MONSON HOUSE. 26 BAY STREET. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Black and white. White border. Photo.
Florida Old Slave Market, St. Augustine, Fla. Color. Undivided back. 1104–Pub. by M. Marschall, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida RIVERSIDE PARK, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Color. Divided back. 608. ROSIN & CO., PHILA. & NEW YORK. MADE IN GERMANY.
Florida SCENE IN THE MOORS NEAR GOVERNORS MANSION, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Color. Divided back. No. 160109. No. 905. Pub. by E. W. Clark, Tallahassee, Fla.
Florida St. John's Episcopal Church, Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Divided back. No. 54548. No. 1140. Published by International Post Card Co., New York. 590. Made in Germany.
Florida Stairway and Roman Arch, Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla. Color. Divided back. No. 203958. PUBLISHED BY THE VALENTINE & SONS' PUBLISHING CO. NEW YORK AND BOSTON. PRINTED IN UNITED STATES.
Florida Steamer Baldwin just landing at Santa Rosa Island, Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola, Fla. Hand-colored. White border. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. "No. 851"
Florida The Watch Tower, Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla. Color. Divided back. No. 203957 PUBLISHED BY THE VALENTINE & SONS' PUBLISHING CO. NEW YORK AND BOSTON. PRINTED IN UNITED STATES.
Florida Turpentine Still, Florida. Color. White bottom border. Divided back. No. 13764. PUBLISHED BY S. H. KRESS & CO. MADE IN U.S.A.
Florida Water Works, Jacksonville, Fla. Color. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. No. 3224. A. C. BOSSELMAN & CO., NEW YORK. MADE IN GERMANY.
Fort Campbell Camp Campbell Field House, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1267. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell Chapel No. 1, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence by author. No. 2B-H1273. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. 2016-033
Fort Campbell Chapel No. 1, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2B-H1273. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell Enlisted Men's Barracks and Mess Halls, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1271. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell General View of Hospital, Camp Campbell, Ky. Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3B-H240. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell GREETINGS FROM FORT CAMPBELL KENTUCKY BETWEEN HOPKINSVILLE, KY., AND CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Color. Divided back. No. 0C-K1056. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY RUDOLPH NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell Officers' Club, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2B-H1269. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell Officers' Quarters and Mess Halls, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2B-H1272. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell Officers' Quarters and Mess Halls, Camp Campbell, Ky.–Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2B-H1272. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. Postmark: Camp Campbell, Ky., 1943. 2017-063
Fort Campbell Rifle Bayonet Practice, Fort Campbell, Ky. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7DK-146. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. RIFLE BAYONET PRACTICE, FORT CAMPBELL, KY. This huge military installation, constructed for use in World War Two, has been expanded and is now one of the main training bases in the Nation. The Third Army training center graduates thousands of ground force trainees yearly. Many of these soldiers later qualify for Officer Candidate Schools, Airborne training or specialist ratings. This view shows trainees on the bayonet course where they receive thorough instruction in the use of their close combat weapon. In the background are seen typical barracks of the enlisted personnel. Color by L. D. Thompson. 2020-009
Fort Campbell Screaming Eagles. Airborne. Fort Campbell, Ky. Home of the 101st Airmobile Division. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. ICS-104997-1. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. 2016-033
Fort Campbell Service Club No. 2, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 2B-H1275. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell View of Motor Pool, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3B-H241. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY ANDERSON'S NEW AGENCY, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 2020-009
Fort Campbell War Department Theatre, Camp Campbell, Ky.-Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2B-H1268. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Distributed by Anderson's News Agency, Clarksville, Tenn. Postmark: Camp Campbell, Kentucky, 1943. 2006-014
Fort Loudoun Dam Fort Loudoun Dam near Knoxville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P1917. Chrome. "Plastichrome" by Colourpicture, Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Somerset Post Card Co., Jennerstown, PA. "Fort Loudoun Dam near Knoxville, Tennessee. One of the dams built by the T.V.A. to provide flood control, cheap power and recreational facilities."
Fort Loudoun Dam Fort Loudoun Dam on the Tennessee River. T 25. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 18806. Linen. A "Colourpicture" Publication. Pub. for Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Fort Loudoun Dam creates a 55-mile lake to Knoxville, Tennessee, at the head of navigation on the Tennessee River. It is 122 feet high and 4,190 feet long. Fort Loudoun has one of the highest single-lift locks in the world, with a maximum lift of 80 feet." THS 882
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park A DRAUGHT OF THE CHEROKEE COUNTY (1794). Henry Timberlake. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Lt. Henry Timberlake, British emissary to the Cherokees, is author of this 1794 map of the Cherokee Indian Country along the Little Tennessee River. He provided details of daily life among the Cherokees and escorted a delegation of Cherokees to London to meet King George III. Map of area, two years prior to Tennessee Statehood, lists the head men in each of 10 towns that had a total of 809 fighting men to send to war.
The map, from top to bottom, covers a 15-mile area along the river with the English-backed Fort Loudoun (1756-1760) in red about an inch above the bottom of the card. Fort Loudoun was built by South Carolina as the Cherokee and British acted to save the area from the French in the French and Indian War. Sequoyah Cherokee Museum is located a quarter of a mile east of Fort Loudoun State Historical Park southeast of Vonore on Tenn. Highway 72. Sequoyah invented the Cherokee alphabet, making it possible to write the language.
In 1794, federally-manned Tellico Blockhouse was built across the river from the Fort Loudoun site to protect Cherokees from continued white advances in the valley. Known as the Tennessee River when the map was made, the name was officially changed to the Little Tennessee in 1890 in the Federal Register.
© Dean Stone." 2020-226 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park FORT LOUDOUN on the Little Tennessee River. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. S29373. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "FORT LOUDOUN on the Little Tennessee River. Built in 1756, this was England's southwestern outpost in the French and Indian War, which gave England possession of eastern North America. The fort, burned by the Cherokee Indians, is now being restored." 1994-094
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park FORT LOUDOUN on the Little Tennessee River. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. S29373. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "FORT LOUDOUN on the Little Tennessee River. Built in 1756, this was England's southwestern outpost in the French and Indian War, which gave England possession of eastern North America. The fort, burned by the Cherokee Indians, is now being restored." 2020-044
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park Fort Loudoun. Built in 1756, this was England's southwestern outpost in the French and Indian War. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-27175. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Fort Loudoun. Built in 1756, this was England's southwestern outpost in the French and Indian War which gave England possession of eastern North America. The fort, burned by the Cherokee Indians, is now being restored." THS 528
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park Fort Loudoun. Entrance to Fort Loudoun, southwestern outpost of the English in Colonial America. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-27177. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Entrance to Fort Loudoun, southwestern outpost of the English in Colonial America. Built in 1756-57, the fort is now being restored." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park Fort Loudoun. The British flag still flies over old Fort Loudoun in East Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-27178. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Fort Loudoun. The British flag still flies over old Fort Loudoun in East Tennessee. Built by the colony of South Carolina in 1756-57, the fort is now being restored." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park Fort Loudoun. This giant elm shades the well at old Fort Loudoun in East Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-27176. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "This giant elm shades the well at old Fort Loudoun in East Tennessee. Here was the first English settlement west of the Allegheny Mountains." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park Old Fort Loudoun. Now and Then - No. 2. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 785-E. Photo. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Now: To prevent flooding when Tellico Dam was closed in 1979 on the Little Tennessee River, restored Fort Loudoun, built in 1756-57 by the Colony of South Carolina, was raised 17 feet. Tellico Lake almost surrounds the Fort now. Restored foundations of Tellico Blockhouse, established by William Blount in 1794, are across lake at right center. Then: The scene before construction of the dam. Burned by the Cherokees, fort named for the Earl of Loudoun was England's southwestern outpost in French and Indian War. View is near Vonore, midway between Maryville and Madisonville, Tennessee, looking downstream toward U.S. 411 bridge.
© - Dean Stone, photographer." RG 344 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Fort Loudoun State Historic Park Old Fort Loudoun. Now and Then - No. 2. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 785-E. Photo. Photo by Dean Stone. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Now: To prevent flooding when Tellico Dam was closed in 1979 on the Little Tennessee River, restored Fort Loudoun, built in 1756-57 by the Colony of South Carolina, was raised 17 feet. Tellico Lake almost surrounds the Fort now. Restored foundations of Tellico Blockhouse, established by William Blount in 1794, are across lake at right center. Then: The scene before construction of the dam. Burned by the Cherokees, fort named for the Earl of Loudoun was England's southwestern outpost in French and Indian War. View is near Vonore, midway between Maryville and Madisonville, Tennessee, looking downstream toward U.S. 411 bridge.
© - Dean Stone, photographer." 2020-226 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Fort Oglethorpe 11369–THE BARRACKS, FORT OGLETHORPE, CHICAKMAUGA [sic], TENN. Color. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. COPYRIGHT 1902 BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO. "PHOSTINT" CARD Made Only by Detroit Publishing Co. THS 527
Fort Oglethorpe 13263–Part of Fort Oglethorpe, Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York and Leipzig. Sykes-Miller Papers. 1990-129
Fort Oglethorpe 13266–Fort Oglethorp (Oglethorpe) U.S. Army Post near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York. 2018-014
Fort Oglethorpe 13266–Fort Oglethorpe U.S. Army Post near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Souvenir Post Card Co., New York. Printed in Germany.
Fort Oglethorpe A Scene at Fort Oglethorpe, Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 11485. Pub. by Read House Cigar Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. THS
Fort Oglethorpe A SCENE AT FORT OGLETHORPE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. A-29681. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. AMERICAN ART." PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. "A SCENE AT FORT OGLETHORPE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The Officer's Quarters and Barracks are arranged around the Parade Ground in a very beautiful manner and a charm is added to the post when Cavalry Troops are on Parade." THS
Fort Oglethorpe FIELD MANEUVERS. "The Winner," "The Loser." Illustration with photo insert. Greyscale. Vintage. Undivided back. c. 1906. COPYRIGHT 1906. H. H. STRATTON, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2020-226
Fort Oglethorpe Fort Oglethorpe, U.S. Army Post, Chickamauga Park, Chickamauga, Ga. Near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. COMMERCIAL COLORTYPE CO., CHICAGO, ILL. THS 872
Fort Oglethorpe Fort Oglethorpe, U.S. Army Post, Chickamauga Park, Chickamauga, Ga. Near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Divided back. 2018-032
Fort Oglethorpe IN LINE FOR MESS. Militia troops in line for dining mess. Possibly Fort Oglethorpe, Chattanooga. Color. Vintage. Divided back. PUB. BY H. H. STRATTON, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2019-097
Fort Oglethorpe No. 189. Fort Oglethorpe, Near Chattanooga, Tenn. Color. Published by S. H. Kress & Co. Sykes-Miller Papers. 1990-129
Fort Oglethorpe NORTH DYER FIELD FROM SNODGRASS HILL, SHOWING ARMY CANTONMENT CAMP, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-76226. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., “C.T. AMERICAN ART.” PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2017-052
Fort Oglethorpe OFFICER'S QUARTERS AND PARADE GROUND, FORT OGLETHORPE, NEAR CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. A-35746. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. AMERICAN ART.” PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. 2020-143
Fort Oglethorpe ONE OF THE CANTONMENT CAMPS, CHICKAMAUGA PARK, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. R-76216. C.T. AMERICAN ART MADE BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, U.S.A. PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2017-063
Fort Oglethorpe Souvenir folder, Multiple Views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF ARMY CANTONMENT CAMPS, Fort Oglethorpe and Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, Tenn. Cover: One of the Cantonment Camps, Chickamauga Park. Field Artillery. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 1835. GENUINE CURTEICH CHICAGO ILL. PUBLISHED BY T. H. PAYNE & CO., STATIONERS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Showing Army Cantonment Camp; Battalion Drill, Camp Warden McLean; Post Exchange Theatre and Artillery Barracks, Army Cantonment; View in Camp Greenleaf showing Cantonment Buildings; A Scene at Fort Oglethorpe; Officers Front and Centre, U.S. Cavalry; Artillery Instruction; Physical Drill, Camp Warden McLean; Soldiers on the March; View in South Dyer Field, showing Army Cantonment Camp; Bird's-Eye View of Fort Oglethorpe; One of the Cantonment Camps; General View of Barracks at Civic Center, showing Cantonment Buildings; Army Y.M.C.A. Auditorium; Mess in Cantonment Building; Sleeping Quarters at Army Barracks; Field Artillery; Explaining the Mechanism of a U.S. Army Rifle. 2018-055
Fort Pillow State Historic Park Rev. A.C. Johnson, Chaplain and his Colored Chorus, Fort Pillow State Farm, Fort Pillow, Tennessee. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 25190. PHOTOTONE–NORTHWESTERN PRINTING HOUSE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. GP 44
Fountain Head The Fountain Head Sanitarium, Fountain Head, Tennessee. Telephone Portland 3902. Telegraph, Portland. Greyscale. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. A new steam heated building with modern equipment. Located on a large acreage of land in the Highland Rim, forty miles north of Nashville, Tennessee, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. A cozy place for the tired and sick. A delightful spot in summer or winter and ideal for those desiring a permanent home. 2016-033
Franklin BAPTIST CHURCH – FRANKLIN, TENN. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. E-36. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin Battle Ground Academy (On Battle Field), Franklin, Tenn. Greyscale. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Brentwood, Tenn., 1914. 2018-032
Franklin Battle Ground Academy, Franklin, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B454-N. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. American Art" Post Card. Rose's 5-10-25C Store, Franklin, Tenn. 1995-046
Franklin Battle of Franklin, Nov. 30th 1864. Historical portrait. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1921. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. """This copy of 'The Battle of Franklin' is from an original Kurtz & Allison stone lithograph in the CARTER HOUSE, Franklin, Tennessee. The Union losses under Gen. Schofield were ___ killed, 1,033 wounded, and 1,104 prisoners. Confederate losses under General Hood were 1,750 killed; 3,800 wounded and 702 prisoners.
The CARTER HOUSE was built 1830 by Fountain Branch Carter and in use by three generations of his family. The home served as command post of Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox, Federal field commander of Schofield's delaying action. The hottest fighting took place in the immediate vicinity of this shrine. Captain Theodore Carter CSA, a son of the family, was mortally wounded."" Color by L. D. Thompson.
TSLA dB 32833." 2016-033
Franklin BATTLEGROUND ACADEMY–FRANKLIN, TENN. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. E-44. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin Capt. Theodrick (Tod) Carter. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. PRECISION COLOR INC. PAPER: ZELLERBACH. PRINTER: LITHOGRAPHICS, INC. THE CARTER HOUSE, U.S. HIGHWAY 31, FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Capt. Theodorick (Tod) Carter, son of the house, who joined the Army of Tennessee in spring of 1861, was taken prisoner November 1863 at Chattanooga, escaped in 1864 and rejoined his command as aide to Gen. T. B. Smith (Tyler's Brigade) a few days before the Battle of Franklin. Wounded in battle about 200 yards from his home, was taken to his family and died within forty-eight hours. Buried in Rest Haven Cemetery, Franklin, Tennessee.
Franklin CARTER HOUSE ON BATTLEFIELD. Exterior, front. Color. Reproduction. Vintage. Undivided back.
Franklin CARTER HOUSE, FRANKLIN, TENN. Headquarters for the Union forces in the Battle of Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-33110. Chrome. Pub. by ReClo, Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "CARTER HOUSE, FRANKLIN, TENN. Headquarters for the Union forces in the battle of Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864. Today Carter House is a National Shrine operated by the Carter House Association." 1994-090; 1994-091; 1997-063
Franklin CARTER HOUSE, FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. D39961. Chrome. © 1999. RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. DYNACOLOR GRAPHICS, INC. MADE IN U.S.A. CARTER HOUSE, Franklin, Tennessee. Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Franklin CARTER SMOKE HOUSE, FRANKLIN, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back.
Franklin CHERRY MANOR, FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Circa 1820. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. © 1988 Robin Hood. Chrome. Photographer: Robin Hood. "CHERRY MANOR. FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Circa 1820. Represents a large collection of Greek Revival residences in Franklin's Downtown District." Photographer: Robin Hood. 2015-008
Franklin circa 1934. The Franklin Square. Sepia tone. Decorative border. Divided back. Presented by the Heritage Foundation, Box 723, Franklin, Tennessee 37065. 2008-044
Franklin Confederate Monument on Public Square, Franklin, Tenn. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. B1059A2. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago. MSS 281
Franklin COUNTY COURT HOUSE, FRANKLIN, TENN. Greyscale. Silver border. Divided back. No. G-274. CLEAR VIEW. MFD. BY WAYNE PAPER BOX & PRTG. CORP., FORT WAYNE, IND.
Franklin COURT HOUSE AND CONFEDERATE MONUMENT ON PUBLIC SQUARE, FRANKLIN, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. E. C. KROPP PUBL. MILWAUKEE, NO. 6568. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. TSLA dB 34608. MSS 281
Franklin DOTSON'S RESTAURANT. NEXT-DOOR TO FRANKLIN MOTOR COURT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 4196. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. NATURAL COLOR PHOTO BY FRANK SHANNON. DOTSON'S RESTAURANT. NEXT-DOOR TO FRANKLIN MOTOR COURT. Specializing in – Fried Chicken – Steaks – Country Ham – Breakfast Served Anytime. Open 5 A.M. – Close 9 P.M. Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dotson. Phone SWift 4-2805. Franklin, Tennessee." Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. 1995-046
Franklin FIRST METHODIST CHURCH–FRANKLIN, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. E-37. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH–FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co. No. E-42. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin Fourth Avenue Church of Christ. FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 7C-K1368. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. "Fourth Avenue Church of Christ FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Founded 1833, by Tolbert Fanning. Same location for more than 100 years." 1995-046
Franklin FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL – FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. No. D-7777. PHOTOGRAPH BY O. L. SIMPSON. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD. 1995-046
Franklin FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL – FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. No. D-7778. PHOTOGRAPH BY O. L. SIMPSON. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD. 1995-046
Franklin GALLEY VIEW OF THE CARTER HOUSE. Located on U.S. 31, Franklin, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 28531. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "GALLERY VIEW OF THE CARTER HOUSE – This home, built in 1830 by Fountain Branch Carter, was the command post of Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox during the Battle of Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864. Caught in the crossfire in the think of battle, it still bears innumerable bullet holes. Located on U.S. 31, Franklin, Tennessee. Open to public year 'round." Photographed in Natural Color by Frank Shannon. 1995-046
Franklin GREETINGS FROM FRANKLIN, TENN. Color. Blue border. Divided back. No. 72517. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. 2018-032
Franklin Greetings from Franklin, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 62859. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. 1995-046
Franklin HIGH SCHOOL – FRANKLIN, TENN. Grey scale, White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. E-47. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin Historic Carnton Plantation, Franklin, TN. MARIAH OTEY REDDICK (1838-1922). Born a slave, "Aunt Mariah" lived and worked at Carnton before and after the Civil War. In this 1885 photo, she holds John and Carrie McGavock's grandchild, one of four generations of McGavock children she helped raise. Portrait. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Historic Carnton Plantation, Franklin 2016-033
Franklin Historic Carnton Plantation. Franklin, Tennessee. CARRIE WINDER McGAVOCK (1829-1905). Portrait. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Undivided back. "Historic Carnton Plantation. Franklin, Tennessee. CARRIE WINDER McGAVOCK (1829-1905). Portrait by Washington Cooper, circa 1848. Called the "Good Samaritan of Williamson County" for her kindness to wounded soldiers that filled her home after the 1864 Battle of Franklin, Carrie worked to maintain the McGavock Confederate Cemetery until her death." 2016-033
Franklin KITCHEN OF THE CARTER HOUSE. Located on U.S. 31, Franklin, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 28530. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "KITCHEN OF THE CARTER HOUSE – This home, built in 1830 by Fountain Branch Carter, was the command post of Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox during the Battle of Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864. Caught in the crossfire in the thick of battle, it still bears innumerable bullet holes. Located on U.S. 31, Franklin, Tennessee. Open to public year 'round." Photographed in Natural Color by Frank Shannon. 1995-046
Franklin LOOKING NORTH ON U.S. 31, FRANKLIN, TENN. Greyscale. Silver border. Divided back. No. G-275. CLEAR VIEW. MFD. BY WAYNE PAPER BOX & PRTG. CORP., FORT WAYNE, IND. 1995-046
Franklin Main Street, Franklin, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B453-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. 1995-046
Franklin MAIN STREET, Franklin, Tenn. Shows Central Trust Co. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Note on reverse.
Franklin Methodist Parsonage, Franklin, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Franklin, Tenn., 1916. MSS 281
Franklin Monument, West Main Street, Franklin, Tenn. Color. White border. No. 4B226-N. Linen (?). GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD.
Franklin One of Tennessee's Fine American Saddle Horses. Prize winning mare, Sadie M., Warioto Farm, Franklin. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Photo. Photograph by M. L. Warden. (?) 1995-046
Franklin One of Tennessee's Fine Thoroughbreds. War Flower and colt sold for $30,000, White Oaks Farm, Franklin. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. MULSON STUDIOS, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. MSS 958
Franklin PUBLIC SCHOOL, Franklin, Tenn. Sepia tone. White border. Vintage. Divided back. Note on reverse. Photo. "This is where Nichols & Jim went to grammar school - and the same site where you & I got our learning."
Franklin SECTIONAL VIEW OF MAIN STREET, FRANKLIN, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. Undivided back. Postmark: Franklin, Tenn., 1909. 1971-109
Franklin SECTIONAL VIEW OF MAIN STREET, FRANKLIN, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. E. C. KROPP CO. MILWAUKEE. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. Postmark: Bethesda, Tenn., 1907.
Franklin STREET SCENE – FRANKLIN, TENN. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. E-39. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin STREET SCENE – FRANKLIN, TENN. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. E-40. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin TENNESSEE. The Carter House, Franklin. Rear exterior view showing farm office, smokehouse and kitchen. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Published by Brown Trout, San Francisco, California. *note: unfortunately, someone trimmed top of postcard. 2016-033
Franklin The Carter House Smokehouse. Franklin, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. B21070. RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. e
Franklin The Carter House, 1828-1830 (view from back). Franklin, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. B21071. RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072. The Carter House, 1828-1830 (view from back). Franklin, Tenn. Farmhouse of Fountain Branch Carter which was caught in the center of the bloody Battle of Franklin during the Civil War on Nov. 30, 1864. Photo by Dwight Porter.
Franklin The Carter House, Franklin, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Title provided by cataloger. Divided back. No. 35217-C. "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. ROSES'S 5, 10, 25C STORES, FRANKLIN, TENN. TSLA dB 34623_1.
Franklin THE CARTER HOUSE. Command Post, Battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864, Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox U.S.A. Commanding Field Officer. Franklin, Tennessee. Greyscale. Side border with title. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Printed at Hobby House, Franklin, Tennessee. THS 281
Franklin THE CARTER HOUSE. Located on U.S. 31, Franklin, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 28529. Chrome. © NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE CARTER HOUSE – built in 1830 by Fountain Branch Carter, was the command post of Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox during the Battle of Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864. Caught in the crossfire in the thick of battle, it still bears innumerable bullet holes. Located on U.S. 31, Franklin, Tennessee. Open to public year 'round." 1995-046
Franklin THE DEPOT, FRANKLIN, TENN. Greyscale. Partial white border, with title. Photo. Blank reverse.
Franklin The Franklin Square, circa 1934. PRESENTED BY HERITAGE FOUNDATION.
Franklin THE McGAVOCK / C.S.A. CEMETERY IN FRANKLIN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. D51350. Chrome. "The McGavock - C.S.A. Cemetery in Franklin, Tennessee is the nation's largest privately owned Confederate cemetery, with nearly 1,500 hundred graves, and covering 2 acres of land. Almost all of the men buried here were killed or mortally wounded at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864. This was one of the bloodiest battles in American history for numbers and time engaged. The cemetery is maintained by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter #14, in Franklin, Tennessee.
Photo: Thomas Cartwright." 2020-226 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Franklin THE McGAVOCK / C.S.A. CEMETERY IN FRANKLIN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. Dg-D51352. Chrome © RICHARDS & SOUTHERN, P.O. BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN 37072 "The McGavock - C.S.A. Cemetery in Franklin, Tennessee is the nation's largest privately owned Confederate cemetery, with nearly 1,500 hundred graves, and covering 2 acres of land. Almost all of the men buried here were killed or mortally wounded at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864. This was one of the bloodiest battles in American history for numbers and time engaged. The cemetery is maintained by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter #14, in Franklin, Tennessee.
Photo: Thomas Cartwright." 2020-226 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Franklin The Old CARTER HOUSE purchased 1951 by the State of Tennessee. Greyscale. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 2C397-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-COTE" POST CARD. CARTER HOUSE ASSOCIATION, INC. FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. "The Old Carter House purchased 1951 by the State of Tennessee as a shrine of the War between the States. The Battle of Franklin raged for five hours on November 30, 1864. Built by Fountain Branch Carter in 1830, this house became, overnight, one of the most historic houses in Tennessee."
Franklin Theodrick (Tod) Carter (1840-1864), Captain, 20th Tennessee Infantry, CSA. Color. Portrait. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 36846. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. NATURAL COLOR CARD, W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. NATURAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPH BY FRANK SHANNON. "THE CARTER HOUSE, U.S. Highway 31, FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Capt. Theodrick (Tod) Carter, son of the house, who joined the Army of Tennessee in Spring of 1861, was taken prisoner November 1863 at Chattanooga, escaped in 1864 and rejoined his command as aide to Gen. T. B. Smith (Tyler's Brigade) a few days before the Battle of Franklin. Wounded in battle about 200 yards from his home, was taken to his family and died within forty-eight hours. Buried in Rest Haven Cemetery, Franklin, Tennessee." 2016-033
Franklin U.S. POST OFFICE, FRANKLIN, TENN. Greyscale. Silver border. Divided back. No. G-268. CLEAR VIEW. MFD. BY WAYNE PAPER BOX & PRTG. CORP., FORT WAYNE, IND.
Franklin U.S. Post Office, Franklin, Tennessee. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 4B227-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. ROSE'S 5-10-25C STORE, FRANKLIN, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin U.S. POST OFFICE, FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. 7A138. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. BLUE-SKY” POST CARD. MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. Reverse is damaged. 2020-044
Franklin U.S. Post Office, Franklin, Tennessee. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 7A138. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. ROSE'S 5-10-25C STORE, FRANKLIN, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin WILLIAMSON COUNTY COURT HOUSE – FRANKLIN, TENN. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. E-41. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO.–CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1995-046
Franklin Willow Plunge Swimming Pool, Franklin, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. 1B452-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD.
French Broad River 184–French Broad River Valley and Southern Railroad as seen from French Broad Lookout, Hot Springs, N.C. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 4C-H542. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2013-003
French Broad River A-35. HOLSTON AND FRENCH BROAD RIVERS FORMING THE TENNESSEE RIVER, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 22585-C. C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS
French Broad River ALONG FRENCH BROAD RIVER, "IN THE LAND OF THE SKY." Color. Vintage. Divided back. No. A-5628. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. PHOTOCHROM.” PUBLISHED BY S. H. KRESS. MADE IN U.S.A. Postmark: Asheville, NC, 1913. THS 1084
French Broad River MO-4. U.S. Highway No. 25 and Bridge over French Broad River, between Newport and Morristown, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 88679. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. U.S. Highway No. 25 and Bridge over French Broad River, between Newport and Morristown, Tenn. 1998-029
French Broad River THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER, NEAR THE TENNESSEE STATE LINE, "IN THE LAND OF THE SKY." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. B-341. PUBLISHED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. MADE IN U.S.A. THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER, NEAR THE TENNESSEE STATE LINE, "IN THE LAND OF THE SKY." The French Broad River gorge from the Tennessee line to Asheville a distance of more than fifty miles, presents changing scenes of beauty and grandeur." THS
Gainesboro 1935 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan. Advertisement for McCawley Motor Co., Gainesboro, Tenn. Black & white. Narrative on obverse. Divided back. Photo. 2017-052
Gainesboro 1937 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan. Advertisement for McCawley Motor Co., Gainesboro, Tenn. Black & white. Narrative on obverse. Divided back. Photo. 2017-052
Gainesboro 1938 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan. Advertisement for McCawley Motor Co., Gainesboro, Tenn. Black & white. Narrative on obverse. Divided back. Photo. 2017-052
Galbraith Springs THE RUSTIC SPRING HOUSE, GALBRAITH SPRINGS, TENN. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. KNOXVILLE LITHOGRAPH CO., TENN. Postmark: Limestone, Tenn., 1928. THS
Gallatin CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, TROUSDALE PLACE, GALLATIN, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Correspondence on obverse. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. 1971-109
Gallatin CONFEDERATE MONUMENT, TROUSDALE PLACE, GALLATIN, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. 1994-094
Gallatin HOWARD FEMALE COLLEGE, Gallatin, Tenn. Color tint. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. Postmark: Gallatin, Tenn., 1908. 2006-092
Gallatin HOWARD FEMALE COLLEGE, GALLATIN, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Undivided back. Correspondence on obverse. ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., NEW YORK, N.Y. Postmark: Gallatin, Tenn., 1906. 1971-109
Gallatin Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tenn. Greyscale. Vintage. Title bar on obverse. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. MACGOWAN-COOKE PRINTING CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Postmark: Gallatin, Tenn., 1908. 1994-008
Gallatin KITCHEN AT CRAGFONT. Highway 25, Gallatin, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 71040-B. Chrome. DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Pub. by Mrs. Terry Tomlin, Nashville, Tenn. "KITCHEN AT CRAGFONT. Built 1798-1802 by General James Winchester. Highway 25 – Gallatin, Tenn. Open April 15 – October 15. 2010-013
Gallatin Sumner County Court House, Gallatin, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. OB884-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. 2018-055
Gallatin THE SUMNER COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO. BUILDING, GALLATIN, TENNESSEE. Color. Multiple views. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-103507. MADE BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, U.S.A. The Sumner County Bank and Trust Co., of Gallatin, Tennessee with its Octagon Lobby and "Crazy Quilt" Floor is said to have the handsomest and most unique banking interior in the South. Its fire and burglar proof vault, McClintock-American Burglar Alarm System, massive drill and torch proof Diebold Steel door offers the utmost in modern protection for its customers. 1996-119
Gallatin Trousdale Place, A Governor's Mansion. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. SUMNER COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU. TROUSDALE PLACE. "Trousdale Place, A Governor's Mansion. 183 W. Main St., P.O. Box 953, Gallatin, TN 37066. (615) 452-5648. Website: www.trousdaleplace.com.
Open by appt. for groups, luncheons, rentals.
Clark Chapter #13 UDC. Trousdale Place, 183 West Main Street, P.O. Box 953, Gallatin, TN 37066."
Gallatin TROUSDALE PLACE, HOME OF GOV. WILLIAM TROUSDALE, 13TH GOVERNOR OF TENN., 1849-1853. Greyscale. Divided back. Photo. HOME OF GOV. WILLIAM TROUSDALE, 13th GOVERNOR OF TENN. 1849-53.
Gatlinburg 518–New Gatlinburg Inn, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 5B-H1405. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colored" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Gatlinburg 523–New Riverside Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. © CURT TEICH & CO., INC. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. 5B-H172. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. 1998-127
Gatlinburg 523–New Riverside Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. "Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Color. Divided back. No. OC-H328. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Cromwell Tidwell Collection, 1794-1976. THS 680
Gatlinburg 525–New Riverside Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. "Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Color. Divided back. No. 3C-H575. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. 1998-059
Gatlinburg 538–Hotel Greystone, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6B-H1196. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. 2010-018
Gatlinburg 543–Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. © CURT TEICH & CO., INC. Divided back. No. 1B-H2306. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card.
Gatlinburg 559–New Gatlinburg Inn, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. 6B-H2049. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. THS 882
Gatlinburg 566–Main Street, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. 3C-H1142. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Gatlinburg 568–Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 3C-H761. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. 2010-018
Gatlinburg 951–MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, GATLINBURG, TENN. "IN THE HEART OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS." Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1497. Linen. Miller Art Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Mountain View Hotel is open the year round affording opportunity to see the blue-veiled Smokies in their Spring and Summer freshness, in Autumn's gorgeous colors and in Winter with their snowcapped mountains. The hotel is strictly modern, with steam heat and bath in every room and a spacious dining room where delicious Southern meals are served." 2018-032
Gatlinburg AIR VIEW OF GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Narrative and title on reverse. #GS-219 (top). #55716 (bottom). Copyright 1962, W.M. Cline Co.
Gatlinburg AUNT MAHALIA'S. Shows exterior view of candy shop. Narrative and title on reverse. #87052.
Gatlinburg CHRIST OF THE SMOKIES. CHRISTUS GARDENS, GATLINBURG. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-73893. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. "CHRIST OF THE SMOKIES. This Christus in the Rotunda is a scale model of the large Christus to be erected on the Mountain behind the majestic building that houses the great dioramas depicting the Life of Christ.
Seen at CHRISTUS GARDENS, RIVER ROAD, GATLINBURG, TENN. 37738. A major Visitor Attraction in the Smokies.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." THS 999
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. "The Last Supper." Color. Divided front. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Color King ® Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "Human artistry in its highest form combined to reproduce the world-famous scene in the Upper Room painted by Leonardo da Vinci. Here the "Last Supper" has three-dimensional realism using human-appearing characters. Other scenes in the galleries are equally realistic in depicting the life of Christ from beginning to end. Open All Year, On River Road." Color photo by Gene Aiken. 2014-017
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 74712. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This outstanding visitor attraction of the Smokies houses in a majestic building of native unpolished marble what is believed to be the world's most complete depiction of the life of Christ, using human-appearing Bible characters shown in realistic and dramatic scenes. Open All Year on the River Road. Color Photo by Gene Aiken.
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Shows Crucifixion scene. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 72433.
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Shows John the Baptist. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 72431.
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Shows Nativity scene. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 74714.
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Shows The Empty Tomb. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 72432.
Gatlinburg CHRISTUS GARDENS. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. NATIVITY SCENE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 84810-C. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. "CHRISTUS GARDENS, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. - A Major Visitor Attraction of the Smokies - The appealing Nativity scene here pictured is one of the spacious, realistic and inspiring dioramas, or three dimensional scenes, depicting the life of Christ. Note how human-appearing are the Biblical characters gathered in adoration about the humble cradle. Open All Year on the River Road.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken."
Gatlinburg 'COPTER VIEW OF GATLINBURG. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P39833. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUBLISHED BY TENNESSEE TRUCOLOR INC., GATLINBURG, TENN. "'COPTER VIEW OF GATLINBURG. Dressed in the sparkling gold of fall, Gatlinburg, at the northern edge of the Smokies, welcomes the visitor as the gateway to the Smokies.
Color by Harold Melton." 1995-046
Gatlinburg COX'S GATEWAY COURT, U.S. Highway 441 - On The Parkway. Three views. Narrative and title on reverse. #81682.
Gatlinburg CROWN OF THORNS TREE (EUPHORBIA SPLENDENS) AT CHRISTUS GARDENS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 99634. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. CROWN OF THORNS TREE (EUPHORBIA SPLENDENS) AT CHRISTUS GARDENS. According to legend this is the tree from which the crown of thorns, "platted and placed on the head of Christ," was taken. The glistening over the crown-like center of each small bract has been likened to a tiny tear-drop. 'Tis said that tears form to lay without spilling from the center in eternal mourning over the crucifixion of Christ. THS 999
Gatlinburg DANIEL BOONE (1734-1820). Color. Museum exhibit. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C16212. Photo. Published by Gatlinburg Souvenir Center, Inc., Gatlinburg, Tenn. Natural Color by Mike Roberts. Berkeley, Calif. "DANIEL BOONE 1734-1820: American pioneer, Indian fighter, hunter and trapper who blazed the wilderness and led the first party of settlers through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky 1767." 2016-033
Gatlinburg DULCIMERS (World's Oldest String Instrument). Made in the Great Smoky Mountains by BILL DAVIS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 92072. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "DULCIMERS (World's Oldest String Instrument). Made in the Great Smoky Mountains by BILL DAVIS. Handcrafted from native woods: Walnut-Spruce-Cherry-Maple. Visitors welcome at the workshop on Cherokee Orchard Road. Open all year. Mail orders given special attention. FIRST IN GATLINBURG. Phone: 436-5576. P.O. Box 515. Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Color Photos by Gene Aiken." 2018-032
Gatlinburg G-10. Bird's Eye View of Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. K7081. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Gatlinburg G-10. Bird's Eye View of Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. K7081. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Gatlinburg G-11. NEW RIVERSIDE HOTEL, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-13927. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Gatlinburg G-12. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-13928. Linen. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, Gatlinburg, Tenn., is the pioneer hotel of the Smokies. It offers an ideal base for full enjoyment of the unexcelled beauties and recreations of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This Inn is open the year around, affording opportunity to see the blue-veiled Smokies in their Spring and Summer freshness, in Autumn's gorgeous colors and in Winter with their snow-capped mountains. Mountain View Hotel is strictly modern, with steam heat and bath in every room and a spacious dining room where delicious Southern meals are served. THS 882
Gatlinburg G-14. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. E-13931. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Gatlinburg G-15. METHODIST CHURCH, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. E-13932. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N. C. 2021-093
Gatlinburg G-16. HOTEL GREYSTONE, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. E-13930. Linen. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Gatlinburg G-2. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL BY MOONLIGHT, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-7485. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Mountain View Hotel, pioneer hostelry of the Smokies, offers you the ideal base for full enjoyment of the unexcelled beauties and unlimited recreational areas of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This hotel is open the year around, affording opportunity to see the blue-veiled Smokies in their Spring and Summer freshness, in Autumn's gorgeous colors and in Winter with their snow-capped mountains. Mountain View Hotel is strictly modern, with steam heat and bath in every room and a spacious dining room where delicious Southern meals are served."
Gatlinburg G-3. MOONLIGHT SCENE OF MT. LECONTE FROM GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. E-7486. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N. C. 2021-093
Gatlinburg G-4. HOTEL GREYSTONE, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-7487. Linen. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "HOTEL GREYSTONE, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Hotel Greystone was designed and built to serve the more discriminating visitors to the Great Smokies. It is one of the South's truly beautiful hotels. A spacious dining room offers plenty of food and an appetizing variety of menus–Home cooked–southern style. The large cozy veranda overlooks a beautiful lawn, and faces directly toward majestic Mt. LeConte, the Grandstand of the Great Smokies." 2010-018
Gatlinburg G-5. HOTEL GREYSTONE, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-7488. Linen. Asheville Postcard Co., Asheville, N.C. "HOTEL GREYSTONE, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Hotel Greystone was designed and built to serve the more discriminating visitors to the Great Smokies. It is one of the South's truly beautiful hotels. A spacious dining room offers plenty of food and an appetizing variety of menus–Home cooked–southern style. The large cozy veranda overlooks a beautiful lawn, and faces directly toward majestic Mt. LeConte, the Grandstand of the Great Smokies." THS 882
Gatlinburg G-7. EDGEPARK INN, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-9478. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2017-063
Gatlinburg G-8. MOONLIGHT SCENE, PI BETA PHI SETTLEMENT SCHOOL, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-9479. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Gatlinburg G-9. SPRINGTIME SCENE, GATLINBURG, TENN. SHOWING DOGWOOD TREES IN BLOOM ON MAIN STREET. Color. White border. Divided back. E-12728. Linen. Photo by Tenn. Dept. of Conservation. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Gatlinburg G-9. SPRINGTIME SCENE, GATLINBURG, TENN. SHOWING DOGWOOD TREES IN BLOOM ON MAIN STREET. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-12728. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Photo by Tenn. State Dept. of Conservation. THS 882
Gatlinburg GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 45622. Chrome. © SOUVENIRS OF SMOKIES, 1138 WEARS VALLEY ROAD, PIGEON FORGE, TN 37863. PHONE (865) 453-5340. "GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Gateway City to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Nestled among the Mountains at the entrance of the National Park - Gatlinburg is a hub of activity with all kinds of entertainment, shops, restaurants, and motels. It is the vacation destination of millions of visitors each year.
Photo by Jim Ferrell." 2021-108
Gatlinburg Greenbrier Lodge and Pool, Gatlinburg, Tennessee – In the Smokies. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 72160. PUBLISHED ONLY BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. Greenbrier Pool and Lodge, at the top of the Mountain, affords the guests an unexcelled view of the Smokies. Guests have access to the largest and only concrete swimming pool in the mountains. The water for the Lodge and the pool flows directly out of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, assuring 100% crystal pure water. Reasonable rates all year. Write, Phone, or Wire Greenbrier Lodge, Gatlinburg, Tennessee for reservation. THS 893 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Gatlinburg GREETINGS FROM THE SMOKIES. Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Split views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 30219-B. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. "Picture on left:
Picturesque Highway winding through Majestic Mountain Scenery, from Newfound Gap to Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Picture on right:
The Skylift on Crockett Mountain, at Gatlinburg, Tenn. unfolds a dramatic view of the Smokies." 2017-063
Gatlinburg GREYSTONE MOTEL, Roaring Fork Road, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Title on reverse.
Gatlinburg GS-286. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE SEEN FROM THE TOP OF THE SKYLIFT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 62800. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE SEEN FROM THE TOP OF THE SKYLIFT – Mt. LeConte, one of the highest and best known peaks of the Smokies, may be seen at the left and Sugarland Mountain at the right.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." 2014-017 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Gatlinburg GS-498. THE SPACE NEEDLE – GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 119656. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. THE SPACE NEEDLE – GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. A modern all steel observation tower served by two elevators with a capacity of 20 persons each and traveling at a speed of 453 feet per minute. The observation deck can hold up to 250 people and offers spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains and of the resort city of Gatlinburg. The tower is 342 feet above the ground and 407 feet above the Little Pigeon River. Total weight of the tower is 4,000,000 pounds and construction time was 380 days. Photographed in Natural Color by Gary Long. 2017-063
Gatlinburg GS-502. THE SKY LIFT, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 122476. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE SKY LIFT, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. A scenic mile trip to the upper terminal on top of Crockett Mountain. The spectacular Sky Lift is the only one of its kind in the South. Known as a Ski Lift in Northern areas it gives its riders unfolding panoramic vistas of the Great Smoky Mountains and of Gatlinburg below. From the upper terminal the views of the world famous Mt. LeConte and of other peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are unsurpassed.
Color Photography by Gary Long." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Gatlinburg HIGH SCHOOL AND WEAVING BUILDING, PI BETA PHI SETTLEMENT SCHOOL, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. G-41. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. GRAY & THOMPSON–ADVERTISING–CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Postmark: Winchester, Mass., 1944. 2018-032
Gatlinburg HOWARD'S, Famous for Steaks, Center of GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. #67327.
Gatlinburg JIM CARR TUB MILL. SUGARLANDS. GATLINBURG, TENN. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. TSLA dB 32867. THS 872
Gatlinburg JIM'S RIB HOUSE RESTAURANT. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 75466. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. THS 528
Gatlinburg KG-35. AERIAL VIEW OF GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PUB. BY THE ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1995-046
Gatlinburg KG-46. BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF MAIN BUSINESS SECTION MOUNT LE CONTE IN BACKGROUND, GATLINBURG, TENN. "GATEWAY TO THE SMOKIES." Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 73119. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 28802. 2017-052
Gatlinburg KG-53. A panoramic view of Gatlinburg showing aerial Tramway in center. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. K99992. Chrome. Dist. by the Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "KG-53. A panoramic view of Gatlinburg showing aerial Tramway in center. The Tramway is one of the newest attractions in Gatlinburg. This tramway travels a distance of over 2 miles rising from the Valley Station at 1340 feet to the Mountain Station on Mount Harrison, on elevation of 2675 feet. The cars travel at a maximum speed of 1500 ft. per minute (about 17 miles per hour). The trip between stations takes approximately 10 minutes." Color by Bruce Miley. 2016-033
Gatlinburg KING'S MOTEL On River Road. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Three views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. No. 79744. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Color photos by Gene Aiken. 2003-035
Gatlinburg LOOKING DOWN ON GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. #GS-388. #86490.
Gatlinburg MAPLES COTTAGES. Gatlinburg, Tennessee on U.S. 441. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 10684-B. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Thompson's Commercial Photographers, Knoxville, Tenn. MAPLES COTTAGES. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Neat and nicely furnished cottages in restful shaded grounds on U.S. Highway 441 in the edge of the city. Units of one or two rooms – Electric heat individually controlled – Tiled combination or shower baths – T.V. and Air Conditioning available. Open March 1 to December 1. Phone 353. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Maples, Owners and Operators. 2017-063
Gatlinburg MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL AND MOTOR LODGE. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. 37738. Color. Three views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-74906RL3. Chrome. Oversized card. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tenn. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL AND MOTOR LODGE. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. 37738. New 50 Unit Deluxe Addition to the Famous Mountain View Hotel, Noted for Hospitality And Exceptionally Fine Service. Two Heated Pools with Wading Pools and Recreation Area. Each Room Completely Air-Conditioned. Tiled Tub and Shower Baths. Carpeting. Television. Telephones. In Room Coffee. Large Dining Room. Featuring Family-Style Meals. Convention and Banquet Facilities Up to 500. Many Recreational Activities For Guests Including Golf Privileges At Gatlinburg Country Club. Phone 436-4132. (Area Code 615). The Huff Family – Owners. Tom Woods – Manager. Color Photos by Gene Aiken. THS 528
Gatlinburg MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL AND MOTOR LODGE. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Three views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 84388. Chrome. Oversized card. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL AND MOTOR LODGE. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. 37738. New 50 Unit Deluxe Addition to the Famous Mountain View Hotel, Noted for Hospitality And Exceptionally Fine Service. Two Heated Pools with Wading Pools and Recreation Area. Each Room Completely Air-Conditioned. Tiled Tub and Shower Baths. Carpeting. Television. Telephones. In Room Coffee. Large Dining Room. Featuring Family-Style Meals. Convention and Banquet Facilities Up to 500. Many Recreational Activities For Guests Including Golf Privileges At Gatlinburg Country Club. Phone 436-4132. (Area Code 615). The Huff Family – Owners. Tom Woods – Manager. Color Photo by Gene Aiken. THS 528
Gatlinburg Mountain View Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. 322.
Gatlinburg MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Inset view of pool. Narrative and title on reverse. S-18237L2-4.
Gatlinburg Mystery Hill, GATLINBURG, TENN. Amazing demonstration of gravitational force. Title on reverse. K-6772.
Gatlinburg Mystery Hill, GATLINBURG, TENN. Demonstration of the Mystery Chair. Title on reverse. K-6777.
Gatlinburg Mystery Hill, GATLINBURG, TENN. On the level, visible difference of height. Title on reverse. K-6774.
Gatlinburg Mystery Hill, GATLINBURG, TENN. Standing at east on Mystery table. Title on reverse. K-6771.
Gatlinburg Mystery Hill, GATLINBURG, TENN. Unusual demonstration of water flowing from Mystery well. Title on reverse. K-6773.
Gatlinburg MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 65162-C. Chrome. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. "MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. HOW SHE IS TALLER, NOW SHE IS NOT! Mysterious and unexplainable things happen at Mystery Hill. Though the blocks are level, the girls seem to grow and shrink before your very eyes." Color photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-012
Gatlinburg MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 65164-C. Chrome. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. "MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tenn. THE MYSTERY CHAIR at Mystery Hill. Mother Nature seems to be in a playful mood at this unusual spot; and the force of gravity plays strange tricks on the observer." Color photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-012
Gatlinburg MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 65165-C. Chrome. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. "MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tenn. THE MYSTERIOUS FORCE OF GRAVITY AT MYSTERY HILL. The young lady has no difficulty maintaining this unusual pose due to the strange action of the force of gravity at this unusual spot." Color photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-012
Gatlinburg MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 65166-C. Chrome. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. "MYSTERY HILL, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. THE MYSTERY TABLE, MYSTERY HILL. Posing in this strange position is only one of the unusual things you can do at this interesting and educational place. Here the force of gravity causes many unusual and mysterious things to happen." Color photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-012
Gatlinburg MYSTERY HILL. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 65163-C. Chrome. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. "MYSTERY HILL. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. DID YOU EVER SEE WATER FLOW UP HILL? At Mystery Hill the force of gravity causes startling things to happen. You will see things you can't believe, but will enjoy just the same." Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 2002-079
Gatlinburg N-415. THE NEW GATLINBURG INN, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-4773. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "The New Gatlinburg Inn, located on Highway No. 71, is less than ¼ mile from the entrance to the Smoky Mountains National Park. Beautiful views may be obtained from the veranda, and inside the inviting interior of the Inn are 65 spacious rooms, lobby, and a beautiful dining-room, where fine food is served." 2018-032
Gatlinburg N-416. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 90581. Photo. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, GATLINBURG, TENN., is headquarters for Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tours. It is a strictly modern hotel with steam heat and bath in every room where delicious Southern meals are served. Being located at the edge of the Park and operated the year-round, it affords the opportunity to see the blue-veiled Smokies in their beauty at each season of the year."
Gatlinburg New Riverside Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tenn. #5B-H172
Gatlinburg NIGHT VIEW OF GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. #GS-262 (top left). #62777 (bottom). Copyright 1963, W.M. Cline Co.
Gatlinburg NORTHERN MILITARY LEADERS. Color. Museum exhibit. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C16207. Photo. Published by Gatlinburg Souvenir Center, Inc., Gatlinburg, Tenn. Natural Color by Mike Roberts. Berkeley, Calif. "NORTHERN MILITARY LEADERS: Here are shown some of the most famous of the Northern Military leaders. Sherman cut a swath of devastation through the South. McClellan was the first Commander of the Army of the Potomac, which Burnside also commanded. Farragut, from Knoxville, Tennessee, was a great Union Naval leader." 2016-033
Gatlinburg Ogles BUFFET Restaurant. The Newest Idea in Dining. Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Three views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. S-32411L3-3. Thompson's Commercial Photographers. Published by Thompson's Commercial Photographers, Knoxville, Tennessee. "The Newest Idea in Dining. Ogles BUFFET Restaurant. From our SALAD BUFFET – 25 varieties of Salads and Appetizers, kept crisp on crushed ice. From our ENTRÉE BUFFET – 5 varieties of Hot Meats and 5 varieties of Hot Vegetables served from Stainless Steel chafing dishes. Waitresses serve Hot Breads, Butter, Drink and Dessert At Your Table. CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS SERVED NIGHTLY. Gatlinburg, Tenn. Telephone 436-4954." 2017-052
Gatlinburg PI BETA PHI Settlement School, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. #53141.
Gatlinburg PI BETA PHI Settlement School, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Shows Elmer Kear, broom maker. Narrative and title on reverse. #53140.
Gatlinburg PI BETA PHI Settlement School, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Shows Mary L. Ownby at loom. Narrative and title on reverse. #53138.
Gatlinburg RIVER TERRACE MOTEL and RESTAURANT. Center of Gatlinburg on River Road. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 61615. Chrome. Oversized card. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. RIVER TERRACE MOTEL and RESTAURANT. Center of Gatlinburg on River Road. "Something New in The Old Smokies" GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. 101 Extra Large, Spacious Rooms, Each With A Panoramic View Of The Majestic Smokies – TV – Room Phones – Music In Rooms – Swimming Pool – Air Conditioned – Complimentary Continental Breakfast – Open All Year. Phone 436-5161. P.O. Box 747. Color Photo by Walter Cline. THS 528
Gatlinburg RIVER TERRACE MOTEL and RESTAURANT. Center of Gatlinburg on River Road. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 98292. Chrome. Oversized card. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. RIVER TERRACE MOTEL and RESTAURANT. Center of Gatlinburg on River Road. "Something New in The Old Smokies" GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. 115 Extra Large, Spacious Rooms, Each With A Panoramic View Of The Majestic Smokies – TV – Room Phones – Fireplaces – Laundromat – Music In Rooms – Two Swimming Pools – Air Conditioned – Complimentary Continental Breakfast – Open All Year. Phone 436-5161. P.O. Box 747. Color Photo by W. M. Cline Co. THS 528
Gatlinburg RIVERSIDE MOTOR LODGE. Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies, Tennessee. Color. Three views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 107203. Chrome. Oversized card. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. RIVERSIDE MOTOR LODGE. Gatlinburg-in-the-Smokies, Tennessee. At entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A modern Motor Lodge located in the heart of Gatlinburg. Ample parking space. Ground overlooking river. Temperature controlled swimming pool. Fine restaurant adjacent to Motor Lodge. Phone: 436-4194. Wendell E. Burnette, Mgr. Dir. Color Photo by Randy Still. THS 528
Gatlinburg ROARING FORK COURT. Roaring Fork Road. GATLINBURG. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 48155-B. Photo. Pub. by Harold H. Davis, Photographer, Knoxville, Tennessee. Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, New York. "ROARING FORK COURT. Roaring Fork Road. GATLINBURG – in the Smokies – TENNESSEE. On Roaring Fork Creek – Away from the Highway. 20 units. 9 Kitchens. COOL, QUIET, AND RESTFUL on spacious shaded grounds. Heated pool. Children's Play equipment and Wading Pool. Television and Air-Conditioning Optional. 100 yds. off Tenn. Highway 73. John & Edith Winscott, Owners. Phone: 436-4385. 2015-008
Gatlinburg SMOKY MOUNTAIN SKY-LIFT. Narrative and title on reverse. #80775.
Gatlinburg SOUTHERN MILITARY LEADERS. Color. Museum exhibit. Narrative and title on reverse. No. C16205. Photo. Published by Gatlinburg Souvenir Center, Inc., Gatlinburg, Tenn. Natural Color by Mike Roberts. Berkeley, Calif. "SOUTHERN MILITARY LEADERS: Shown here are some of the most famous of the Southern Military leaders. Joe E. Johnston was the South's first military leader, and Longstreet, who attacked Knoxville, Tennessee was a leading Corps Commander. Forrest, a Tennessean was another cavalry chief." 2016-033
Gatlinburg Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF CHRISTUS GARDENS, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. 12 views & cover. COLOR PHOTOS BY GENE AIKEN, PUB. BY THE BUCKHORN PRESS. Exterior Christus Gardens. The Nativity. Christ in the Temple. Temptation Scene. John the Baptist. The Sermon on the Mount. "Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me." The Last Supper. Crucifixion Scene. The Empty Tomb. The Ascension. Carving in Fountain Garden. 1998-057
Gatlinburg Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR OF CHRISTUS GARDENS. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Multiple images. Each card has a narrative and title on reverse. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. THS 999 Oversized postcard (souvenir booklet)
Gatlinburg ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, Airport Road, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Shows exterior view. Narrative and title on reverse. #86879.
Gatlinburg Street Scene, Gatlinburg, Tenn. 320. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 80951. Linen. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD SOUVENIRS & NOVELTIES, INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS 882
Gatlinburg THE CHIMNEY HOUSE RESTAURANT, U.S. 441, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 75125. Photo. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Color Photo by Gene Aiken.
Gatlinburg THE CLIFF DWELLERS, GATLINBURG, TENN. Black and white. Five views. Narrative on reverse. #14635.
Gatlinburg THE GATLINBURG INN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "THE GATLINBURG INN, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738. The Gatlinburg Inn, built in 1937, has remained under the same ownership and management. Every endeavor is made to retain its original quaintness and charm.
Mr. and Mrs. Rell Maples, Sr.
Owner - Managers. Phone: 615-436-5133.
Original Art by Barbara Whaley." 2017-063
Gatlinburg The Methodist Church, Gatlinburg, Tenn. 319. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 80950. Published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.
Gatlinburg THE SKY LIFT TO TOP OF CROCKETT MOUNTAIN, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. K-75DJ. Chrome. Oversized card. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1995-046
Gatlinburg TOP OF SKY LIFT OVERLOOKING GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Mount LeConte in background. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. K-76DJ. Chrome. Oversized card. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. TOP OF SKY LIFT OVERLOOKING GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Mount LeConte in background. Ektachrome by Thomas B. Kehoe. 1995-046
Gatlinburg Top of Sky Lift overlooking Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Narrative and title on reverse. #K-76.
Gatlinburg TRAVEL LODGE. DOWNTOWN GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 120170. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "DOWNTOWN GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. TRAVEL LODGE. A modern motel located in the heart of Gatlinburg convenient to the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Television - Air Conditioning - Tile Baths - Room Phones - Cross Ventilation for Your Comfort. Our Private Swimming Pool is Heated and Convenient to All Units. Telephone: (Area Code 615) 436-5691.
Color Photography by Jim Yett and Gary Long." 2021-097
Gatlinburg TRAVEL LODGE. DOWNTOWN GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 120170. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "DOWNTOWN GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. TRAVEL LODGE. A modern motel located in the heart of Gatlinburg convenient to the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Television - Air Conditioning - Tile Baths - Room Phones - Cross Ventilation for Your Comfort. Our Private Swimming Pool is Heated and Convenient to All Units. Telephone: (Area Code 615) 436-5691.
Color Photography by Jim Yett and Gary Long." 2021-096
Gatlinburg View at Gatlinburg, Tenn. Black and white. #14.
Gatlinburg View of Gatlinburg, Tenn., at the Entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 251. Color. Cline Photo. Divided back. No. 71524. Published Only by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. THS 882
Gatlinburg WILEY OAKLEY. Native Roaming Man of the Mountains and The Official Guide. GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Black and white with insert. Narrative on obverse. Undivided back. Photo. 2016-033
Gatlinburg Zoder's Court located on U.S. 441 in Gatlinburg. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 11164-B. Chrome. Genuine Natural Color Card Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. "ZODER'S COURT. In town, on U.S. 441, 25 beautifully furnished units; 7 new Deluxe Motel Rooms with 18 rooms in individual cottages, each with tiled shower or combination bath. T.V. and Air Conditioning. Most units with porches, some over steam running thru court. Private heated swimming pool. Delightful location on a private drive. Quiet and restful. Mr. & Mrs. Wallace L. Zoder, Managing Owners. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Phone 42." 2018-032
Gladeville Greeting card, "Greetings from Gladeville Tenn." Color. Embossed image. Glitter. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Printed in Germany. 2016-033
Glenmary Ridgedale Motor Court On U. S. 27, P. O. Glenmary, Tenn. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 35143. Published by Henry H. Ahrens, Charlotte, N.C. Silvercraft – Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Glenmary Ridgedale Motor Court on U. S. 27, P. O. Glenmary, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Published by Henry H. Ahrens, Charlotte, N.C. Silvercraft–Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. "RIDGEDALE MOTOR COURT. New, Modern, Heated. All rooms with private baths. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown, Owners, Mgrs., P. O. Glenmary, Tenn. On U. S. 27, 30 miles south of Ky. line, 35 miles north of Harriman, Tenn." 2016-033
Goodlettsville "The McCoy" Motel, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. Nationwide Specialty Co., Arlington, Texas – Representative Gordon Deyne, 1006 So. Second St., Louisville, Ky. "'The McCoy Motel. Located on U.S. 41 and 31W, ten miles North of Nashville, Telephone 9-2701, Goodlettsville, Tenn. New stone cottages on a six acre park. All corner rooms with private baths, innerspring mattresses, city water, free radios and electric heat, at lower rates the year around." PENDING
Goodlettsville "The McCoy" Motel, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. Nationwide Specialty Co., Arlington, Texas–Representative, Gordon Deyne, 1006 So. 3rd St., Louisville, Ky. "The McCoy Motel. Located on U.S. 41 and 31W, ten miles North of Nashville. Telephone 9-2701, Goodlettsville, Tenn. New stone cottages on a six acre park. All corner rooms with private baths, innerspring mattresses, city water, free radios and electric heat, at lower rates the year around." 2018-014
Goodlettsville GRAYSTONE MOTEL, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 22547-B. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUB. BY EARL W. HUGHES, 1508 WENDELL AVE., NASHVILLE, TENN. GRAYSTONE MOTEL. Goodlettsville, Tenn. Located 14 miles North of Nashville on U.S. Hwy. 31W. Electric Heat - Air-Conditioned - Tile Showers - Free T.V. - and Picnic Grounds - Near Old Hickory Lake. 2019-155
Goodlettsville GRAYSTONE MOTEL. U.S. 31-W, Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 22547-B. Chrome. Pub. by Earl W. Hughes, 1508 Wendell Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "GRAYSTONE MOTEL. Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Located 14 miles North of Nashville on U.S. Hwy. 31W. Electric Heat - Air-conditioned - Tile Showers - Free T.V. - and Picnic Grounds - Near Old Hickory Lake." 2016-033
Goodlettsville Lampley's Court and Gulf Station, Nine Miles North of Nashville, Tennessee, on Highway 31-W & 41-E – RFD No. 3, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Greyscale. Two views. Divided back. 2017-060
Goodlettsville Lampley's Tourist Court & Service Center. Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Grey tone. Narrative on obverse. Divided back. Triangle Printing Co., Nashville, Tenn. "Lampley's Tourist Court & Service Center, Electric Heat – Air Conditioned. Highways 31W and 41. Nine Miles North of Nashville. P.O.R.F.D. 3, Goodlettsville, Tennessee." 2018-017
Goodlettsville Mansker Creek. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. © Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. "Manskers Creek. Photo by Morris Phillips." 2016-033
Goodlettsville MASON'S MOTEL and RESTAURANT. 901 Dickerson Road South. Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 89641-B. Chrome. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "MASON'S MOTEL and RESTAURANT. 901 Dickerson Road South. Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Area Code 615-859-5628. Call Collect for reservations. Highways 41 and 31W - Nine Miles North of Nashville, Tennessee. Television and individually controlled Electric Heat and Air Conditioning in all rooms. Color TV available. Tile Baths, with Tubs or Showers. Wall-to-Wall Carpeting. New Family Suites. Beautiful Swimming Pool." 2016-033
Goodlettsville REST HAVEN MOTEL. U.S. Highway 41 & 31-W. 10 miles North of Nashville. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 15,156F. Linen. MWM Color-Litho "Bursheen" Finished. Made Only By MWM Co., Aurora, Mo. "REST HAVEN MOTEL. U.S. Highway 41 & 31-W. 10 miles North of Nashville. Phone Goodlettsville 92991. Carpeted Floors. Combination Tile Tub & Shower Baths. T.V. and or Radio in Rooms. Air-Conditioned (optional). Radiant Ceiling Heat. Beauty Rest Mattresses. Good Restaurants Near." 2016-033
Goodlettsville SOUTHERN MANSIONS MOTEL. Jct. U.S. 31W & 41. Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 14194N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–HCL. SOUTHERN MANSIONS MOTEL. 13 Miles North of Nashville, Tenn. at intersection of U.S. 31W & 41. 12 Modern Units with Tile Baths – Electric Heat – Air Conditioning. Phone 9-5484. Mail: Rt. 1, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 2017-060
Goodlettsville The Elm's Motel, U.S. 41 and 31W, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 29590N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILW., WIS.–KCF. The Elm's Motel, U.S. 41 and 31W, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 12 Miles North of Nashville. Tile showers – Electric heat – Air conditioned – TV and Radios in rooms. Near restaurants, theaters and swimming pool. Phones 9-5404 and 9-2416. 2019-062
Goodlettsville THE MAGNOLIA INN. Goodlettsville, Tenn. Color. Marion Cook, artist. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 158,017. FRANCIS & LUSKY COMPANY, INC. 1450 ELM HILL PIKE, NASHVILLE, TN 37210. "THE MAGNOLIA INN. The Magnolia Inn was built by Peyton Roscoe in the early 1800's. The Inn was located at the intersection of the stagecoach route to Louisville and the Buffalo trail to Castalian Springs which is now Long Hollow Pike. For approximately fifty years the Inn served as the first stagecoach stop north of Nashville enroute to Louisville, and is believed to be the primary route used by Andrew Jackson and others when traveling to Washington, D.C. The Bank of Goodlettsville now stands on this location.
Artist: Marion Cook.
Compliments of The Bank of Goodlettsville, 100 Main Street, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Phone: 859-9366.
Member FDIC." 2020-060
Goodlettsville THE McCOY MOTEL. GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. Recommended by DUNCAN HINES. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 2016-033
Grandview Norris & Hoyt Halls, Grandview Normal Institute, Grandview, Tenn. Sky tint. #6760.
Grant Greetings from GRANT, TENNESSEE. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. Correspondence on reverse. 11735. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
Granville GRANVILLE MARINA RESORT & CAMPGROUND. On Beautiful Cordell Hull Lake. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 57899-D. Photo. Photo by L. C. Scott. Pub. by Ky. Craft & Camera Shop, Cave City, Ky. 42127. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "GRANVILLE MARINA RESORT & CAMPGROUND. On Beautiful Cordell Hull Lake - 60 Minutes from Opryland State Highway 53 - Box 71, Granville, Tennessee 38564. Phone 615-653-4360. Doug & Sue Kell - Owners-Managers. Rustic Modern Cabins. Houseboat. Fishing Pontoons, and Paddle Boat Rentals. Campground with Hookups. Restaurants. Sandy Beach. Full Service Marina." 2016-033
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