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Great Smoky Mountain National Park 566–BLACK BEAR NATIVES IN GREAT SMOKIES, TENN. Color. Yellow border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1661N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(GDY). PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Among the most interesting and exciting sights .. these untamed black bears along the roadside, eating their lunch. The bears seem to select their dining halls conveniently close to auto parking grounds, so they have an audience to look at while feeding themselves and their cubs. 2020-020
Great Smoky Mountain National Park GS 107. THE SAWTEETH RANGE seen from Charlie's Bunion on the Appalachian Trail. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S5702. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. Copyright 1957, W. M. Cline Co. GS 107. THE SAWTEETH RANGE seen from Charlie's Bunion on the Appalachian Trail – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This area of sharp jagged peaks is the most rugged area in the Smoky Mountains but is easily accessible by trail from Newfound Gap. Photographed in natural color by Walter Cline. 2020-020
Great Smoky Mountain National Park LAUREL FALLS. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 54372. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON'S COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, KNOXVILLE. LAUREL FALLS. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. One of the prettiest displays of water in the Great Smokies is at Laurel Falls. Here the word Falls is used in the plural advisedly, for there are really two separate and distinct falls–one immediately above and the other immediately below the trail. In other words, the trail crosses the beautiful stream on a fifteen foot shelf that separates the two falls. In this view we see only the upper falls. Ektachrome by Jim Thompson. 2020-050
Great Smoky Mountain National Park MT. LeCONTE Over Gatlinburg. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 89681. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY THOMPSON'S COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, KNOXVILLE. MT. LeCONTE Over Gatlinburg. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. An impressive view of majestic Mt. LeConte as seen from the Sky-Lift. Part of the unique town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee is seen at its base. Mt. LeConte, a mile higher than its immediate base, and with an elevation of 6593 feet, is eastern United States' "tallest" mountain. 2020-050
Great Smoky Mountain National Park N327:–CHURNING. A MOUNTAIN WOMAN AT ONE OF HER CHORES. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 46711. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park "SWIMMING HOLE." RICH MOUNTAIN FROM APPALACHIAN CLUB–11. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3925. Linen. COPYRIGHT BY ROBIN THOMPSON. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS CO., KNOXVILLE, TENN.–MADE IN U.S.A. "Located thirty-five miles from Knoxville, Rich Mountain reaches an altitude of 3,500 feet. It is on the road to the beautiful Cade's Cove. As you go up the mountain, you can get a fine view of Tuckaleechee Cove." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 104–NEW FOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Linen. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Newfound Gap, highest highway point in the East, is on the summit of the central range of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This is the tourist center of the new national park and the Gap marks the boundary line between the states of Tennessee and North Carolina. THS 1086
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 104–NEWFOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS, NORTH CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 25849N. Linen. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. "Newfound Gap, highest highway point in the East, is on the summit of the central range of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This is the tourist center of the new national park and the Gap marks the boundary line between the states of Tennessee and North Carolina." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 109–CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS, NORTH CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 25872. Linen. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "Cherokee Indian Reservation on the eastern boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Knoxville, Tenn., is the home of over 3,000 Indians of the Eastern Band of Cherokees who still pursue the ancient crafts and customs of their race. The Indians are a principal attraction for visitors in the new national park." 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 109–CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS, NORTH CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 25872N. Linen. PUB. BY DEUEL NEWS CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.–MADE IN U.S.A. "Cherokee Indian Reservation on the eastern boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Asheville, N.C., is the home of over 3,000 Indians of the Eastern Band of Cherokees who still pursue the ancient crafts and customs of their race. The Indians are a principal attraction for visitors in the new national park." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 123–Typical Mountain Cabin. 520–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. 9A-H2502. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. 1998-030
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 131–CHIMNEY TOPS, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 31233. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(LJL). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The Chimney Tops, one of the famous scenic features of this 428,000 acre national park, are of volcanic origin and rear their precipitous laurel-tangled slopes to a great height in the northern portion of the park, near Newfound Gap. The Chimneys are favored objectives for mountain climbers." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1–The Chimney Tops in the Great Smoky Mountain (sic) National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Made in Switzerland and Imported exclusively by K. S. Tanner, Jr., Rutherfordton, N.C., U.S.A. Asheville Post Card Co., Publishers. Asheville, North Carolina.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 200–LOOP NEAR NEWFOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 31453. Linen. Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–(AKL). Pub. by Deuel News Co., Asheville, N. C. "A view of one of the loop-over tunnels on the highway through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This highway commands surpassingly beautiful views of the great national playground of the Smokies."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 204. "The Loop" on Newfound Gap Highway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 65679. © W. M. Cline. Line. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROTHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY CLINE STUDIOS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. This view was taken from the peaks of the Chimney Tops. The Loop is one of the many spectacular engineering features of the Newfound Gap Highway. 2018-071
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 208. Tunnel and the Chimney Tops, Newfound Gap Highway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. 65683. Linen. Pub. by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. 1996-101
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 210. Little Pigeon River – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 65685. Linen. © W. M. Cline. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only By Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. Published only by Cline Studios, Chattanooga, Tenn. "This rushing mountain stream is one that the Newfound Gap Highway follows on its way to the top of the Smokies. There are six hundred (600) miles of ideal fishing streams in the Park and some of the best trout fishing in the East is to be found here." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 210–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Typical mountain homes seen throughout the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Swinging bridge. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 20678N. Linen. COPYRIGHT BY JAS. E. THOMPSON. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "There is a picturesque quality to these typical mountain homes throughout the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The swinging bridge, seen here, is the generally used method for foot travel in crossing the streams. Vehicles and domestic animals have to ford the streams or stay on the same side." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 217. Clingman's Dome – Altitude 6642 Feet, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 65692. Linen. © W. M. Cline. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROTHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY THE CLINE STUDIOS, CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "This view was taken from Mt. LeConte. Clingman's Dome is the highest peak in the Park and second only to Mt. Mitchell in the East. On this peak is an observation tower easily accessible from the parking area at the terminus of the Skyway Drive from Newfound Gap." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 225. View from the Loop Underpass showing the Chimney Tops and the Newfound Gap Highway. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 68091. Linen. © W. M. Cline. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. Published Only by Cline Photo Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "The Loop is one of the striking engineering features of the Newfound Gap Highway. From here the finest views may be had of the towering Chimney Tops." 1998-030
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 227. Observation Tower atop Clingman's Dome, Elevation 6642 feet, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 68093. © Copyright W. M. Cline. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY CLINE PHOTO CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "Clingmans Dome is the highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. On its summit the National Park Service has erected this rustic tower from which magnificent panoramas may be had in every direction. The tower is only a half mile walk from the parking area at the terminus of the skyway." 1998-030
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 230. The Chimney Tops and the Newfound Gap Highway. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 68096. © W. M. Cline. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "A striking view of the towering Chimney Tops, altitude 4740 ft. The highway winds its way past these majestic peaks to Newfound Gap at the top of the main range. The Chimneys offer the hiker one of the stiffest climbs in the park." 1996-101
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 231. "The Old Mill," in the Heart of the Mountains. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 68097. Linen. © W. M. Cline Co. TICHNOR BROTHERS, INC., TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS, BOSTON, MASS.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 233. Rhododendron in Full Bloom in the Heart of the Mountains. © W. M. Cline Co. 68099. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only By Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. Published Only by Cline Photo Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. THS 900 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 236. Spinning at a cabin in the Heart of the Mountains. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 68101. Photo by W. M. Cline. Linen. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. Published Only by W. M. Cline Company, Chattanooga, Tenn. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 3–"The Loop," Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OB134. Photo. ©EXLINE. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-COTE" POST CARD. PUBLISHED FOR E. E. EXLINE, GATLINBURG, TENN. ""Loop-over," where the Newfound Gap Highway goes thru an underpass and then swings around to cross the same bridge." THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 305–WEST PRONG OF LITTLE PIGEON RIVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 31458. Linen. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. THS 995
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 346:–One of the Numerous Pretty Waterfalls. In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 26829. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Postmark: Sevierville, Tenn., 1938. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 432:–MOONLIGHT SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 44548. Linen. METROCRAFT, EVERETT, MASS. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 435–CHIMNEY TOP AT SUNSET, THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 42207. METROCRAFT, EVERETT, WA. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1997-079
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 436:–Mount LeConte, Altitude 6600 Feet. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 30501. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 436:–Mount LeConte, Altitude 6600 Feet. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 30501. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., 1935. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 502–Parking Area at Newfound Gap, Alt. 5048 Ft. As Seen from Rockefeller Memorial. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Captions. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9A-H2489. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. Postmark: Macon, Ga., 1940. THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 504–The Highway that Tunnels Mountains in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. No. 6A-H1108. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 506–Newfound Gap Highway and Tunnel in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. No. 6A-H1107. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Knoxville, Tenn. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 519–TYPICAL INDIAN SQUAWS, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 29056. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Typical Indian Squaws and papooses of the once powerful Cherokee Tribe, that since time immemorial has made its home amid the awe inspiring beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 521–THE LOOP-OVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 16420. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(AKY). PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The Loop-Over, seen here from Chimney Tops, is one of the most unique features on the thrilling Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway. Here the road makes one complete circle instead of four sharp extremely dangerous curves that were on the old road at this point. Mt. LeConte is seen in the background of this picture. The small peak with the wisp of cloud is sometimes called "West Point" and the next broader peak is "Cliff-Top." The next ones in order are "High-Top," the highest point and "Myrtle-Point," the grandstand of the Smokies." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 522–TUNNEL AND CHIMNEY TOPS, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 16421. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(LJL). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. There are many spectacular views and engineering features along the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway. Here we see the upper end of the lower tunnel, with the Chimney Tops rising majestically in the left background. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 522–TUNNEL AND CHIMNEY TOPS, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 16421. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(LJL). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "There are many spectacular views and engineering features along the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway. Here we see the upper end of the lower tunnel, with the Chimney Tops rising majestically in the left background." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 523–SHARP TOP - PIGEON RIVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 27182N. Linen. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. Pub. Exclusive by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn.–(AJY). "Sharp Top, officially known as White Rock as seen from the banks of the Big Pigeon River. It is one of the high point northeast in the East end of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, altitude 5,025 feet." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 524–CHIMNEY TOPS FROM NEWFOUND GAP HIGHWAY, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 712N. Linen. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN.–BIY. "The Chimney Tops rise like cathedral spires above the spectacular Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway and the Little Pigeon Gorge, through which that highway runs. This rugged, twin-topped peak is a popular destination for hikers who really like to rough it." Photo by Carlos C. Campbell. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 525–CLINGMAN'S DOME PARKING AREA, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 20414N. Linen. PUB. BY DEUEL NEWS CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.-MADE IN U.S.A.–CIY. "Highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, accessible by auto. 6,310 feet above sea level. This large parking area is the terminal point of the 7 mile Sky Line Drive from Newfound Gap to Clingman's Dome (6,642 ft.), highest peak in the National Park." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 525–Observation Tower on Clingman's Dome. Highest Peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OB-H2331. Linen. © Curt Teich & Co., Inc. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. "Clingman's Dome Observation Tower reached after a ½ mile hike from Forney Ridge Parking Area, is on the highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and towers 6643 ft. above sea level." 2006-029
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 526–Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial on Newfound Gap Parking Area. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. OB-H2332. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 529–Newfound Gap Highway, showing Newfound Gap in Distance, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. No. OB-H2329. Linen. © CURT TEICH & CO., INC. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 52–MOUNTAIN RHODODENDRON. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 9C-K544. Chrome. Distributed by Knoxville Magazine Co., Knoxville, Tenn. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. "52–MOUNTAIN RHODODENDRON. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This beautiful native mountain flower grows wild in the great abundance in the area of the Smokies. Found with either pink or purple blossoms, this evergreen shrub reaches its flowering peak during the month of June." Photo by Tennessee Conservation Dept. 2013-070
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 531–Scene of Newfound Gap Highway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. OB-H2336. © CURT TEICH & CO., INC. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. 2006-103
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 533:–PIGEON RIVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 44547. Linen. © JIM THOMPSON CO. Miller Art Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 536:–SUNRISE ABOVE CLOUDS FROM MT. LECONTE. THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 44034. © JIM THOMPSON CO., KNOXVILLE. Miller Art Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 538:–Swinging Bridge across Creek near Mt. LeConte. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Divided back. © Jim Thompson Co., Knoxville. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Postcard is damaged on reverse. 2020-044
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 538–SWINGING BRIDGE ACROSS CREEK NEAR MT. LECONTE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 34764. Linen. © JIM THOMPSON CO. KNOXVILLE. Miller Art Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 539:–LITTLE BALD MOUNTAIN, THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 44632. Linen. © THOMPSON BROS. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 539–Stopped for Inspection by Native Black Bears, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 1B-H1878. © Curt Teich & Co., Inc. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. """Two of the Black Bears, as are to be found in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, are shown here inspecting a car passing along Newfound Gap Highway. Bears may be found wandering along the highway, or climbing trees, and give added pleasure to the visitor viewing the scenic beauty of the mountains.""
TSLA dB #32864." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 542–Typical Home in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Narrative on reverse. No. 1B-H1881. Linen. © CURT TEICH & CO., INC. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. "Mountaineers live, and have lived for generations, in cabins such as shown on this card. This particular scene shows the home of the Walker Sisters in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 544–OCONALUFTEE GORGE, THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 31587N. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(AKY). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "From the edge of the skyway, just west of Newfound Gap, we get a fine view of the North Carolina side of the Newfound Highway as it winds it way down the Oconaluftee Gorge." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 548–RAINBOW FALLS. THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 31591. Linen. © Thompson's. A "Natural Color Card" made by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–CJY. Published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. "The calm beauty of Rainbow Falls, changes quickly after long or hard rains to a thrilling and awe-inspiring spectacle as the larger volume of water makes the plunge of eighty-five feet." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 54–FIELDS OF RHODODENDRON IN FULL BLOOM. Greetings from Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9C-K546. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "Throughout the Southern Appalachian Mountain range, this breathtaking evergreen shrub grows wild and in great profusion. Scenes such as these help make the area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park among the nations top tourist attractions." Photo by Tennessee Conservation Dept.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 550–CLINGMANS DOME FROM SKYWAY, THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 31593N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(LEY). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The heavily forested slopes of Clingmans Dome (6,642 ft.), highest point in the Great Smokies, are seen to good advantage from the Skyway, just east of Collins Gap." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 550–Hitch-Hiker in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Black bear. Color. Yellow border. Divided back. No. 5B-H1410. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. 2006-092
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 551–LOWER TUNNEL, THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 31594N. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(AKY). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "Modern highways are now built through the picturesque Smokies. This is the lower of two wide tunnels constructed to eliminate sharp turns in the roadway for safe motoring." THOMPSON'S KNOXVILLE. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 556–CHIMNEY TOPS AS SEEN FROM PARK HIGHWAY. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 32696. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–AAY. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD SOUVENIR & NOVELTIES, INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The twin-peaked Chimney Tops dominate the landscape for miles around the Newfound Gap Highway. A very modern camp site is constructed in the shade of the trees immediately around the bend of the road." THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 557–BULL HEAD AS SEEN FROM THE PARK HIGHWAY, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Red border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 32697N. Linen. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. By E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–(GDY). Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "From the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway, we see Bull Head (a spur of Mt. LeConte) at the left and Balsam Point (the west end of Mt. LeConte) in the background. One of the popular trails to Mt. LeConte – the Bull Head Trail, starting from Cherokee Orchard – goes up by Bull Head and Balsam Point." 1996-101
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 558–CHIMNEY TOPS FROM ABOVE THE LOOP-OVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 32698N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(BLY). PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The Chimney Tops, which dominate many of the views from the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway, are seen to a particularly good advantage from the Loop-Over, a spectacular feature of road engineering. The wide sweeping curves afford comfortable and safe motoring in all seasons of the year. The Chimney Tops are seen in the background." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 561–TSALI MEMORIAL, GATLINBURG, TENN., ENTRANCE TO GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 32700N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(ELL). PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The inscription on tablet reads as follows: TO TSALI THE CHEROKEE AND HIS TWO SONS who gave their lives in 1836 so that their people might remain in the land of the Great Smokies. Erected to their memory by the school children of Knoxville, Tennessee, 1939." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 562–THE TURN INTO GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 16657. Linen. Published by Standard Souvenir & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. "This is the fork in the road that leads into the scenic driveway up the Great Smoky Mountains, a land of natural beauty and inspiring views. Deep beds of dainty mosses fringed with lacy ferns, great trees of some seven foot diameter, towering ranges, sixteen peaks over six thousand feet high and ninety additional peaks over five thousand feet elevation … a mighty national park." THS 882
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 563–THE TUNNEL, NEWFOUND GAP HIGHWAY, TENNESSEE. Color. Blue border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 16658. Linen. A "Natural Color Card" made by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–AIY. Published by Standard Souvenir & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. "One of the most unique features on the spectacular Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway, which crosses the center of the Great Smokies, is the Loop-Over. Here the highway makes a complete circle, thus gaining elevation more easily than by the four sharp curves that the Loop-Over replaced." 1996-101
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 616. AZALEA IN BLOOM IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 120455. © Asheville Photo Service. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, "C.T. American Art Colored." Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 73. MOONLIGHT OVER THE MOUNTAINS ABOVE THE CLOUDS. Color. White border. Divided back. 45508. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 735. INDIAN GAP HIGHWAY THRU GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 4A-H696. Linen. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. """The Great Smoky Mountains National Park includes 428,000 acres and lies on both sides of the central ridge which marks the border line between North Carolina and Tennessee. Majestic mountain summits, deep valleys and gorges, saw-toothed ridges, tumbling streams and waterfalls and a seemingly endless blanket of virgin forest, are its characteristics. Highways and trails through the Park open the beauties of these mountains to the touring public.""
Postmark: Sevierville, Tenn., Elkmont Rur. Station, 1936."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 736. CALDERWOOD DAM, ON LITTLE TENNESSEE RIVER, NEAR GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. 4A-H695. Linen. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 995
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 904. PARKING PLACE AT NEW-FOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 6A-H1104. Linen. “C.T. ART-COLORTONE DE LUXE” MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO. U.S.A. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 904. PARKING PLACE AT NEW-FOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. 1998-059
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 909. ONE OF THE MANY CURVES ON HIGHWAY THROUGH GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 6AH-1109. Linen. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE DE LUXE" MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO, ILL. 2013-003
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 911. BRIDAL VEIL FALLS, IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 6A-H1111. © THOMPSON'S, INC. Linen. "C.T. Art-Colortone Deluxe" Made Only by Curteich & Co., Inc., Chicago, U.S.A. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 981. "The Loop," near Newfound Gap in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 7A-H760. Linen. PHOTO BY CARLOS C. CAMPBELL, KNOXVILLE. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Postmark: Johnson City, Tenn., 1940.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park 993. A HOOKED RUG IN THE MAKING BY A NATIVE MOUNTAINEER. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7A-H1746. Linen. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. Art-Colortone." Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The natives of the Southern Appalachian Mountains are noted for their many handicrafts which have handed down from generation to generation. Almost every community has some individual or family who devote all or part of their time to the making of hooked rugs, baskets, weaving, etc. The man shown here is working on one of the many designs of hooked rugs and using the old fashioned tools usually employed by The Mountain Rug Makers." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park A DISTANT VIEW OF MT. GUYOT AND MT. CHAPMAN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. K-177-D-2. No. 45396. Chrome. DEXTONE. MADE DIRECT FROM KODACHROME AND ANSCO COLOR BY DEXTER PRESS, PEARL RIVER, N.Y. PUB. BY THOMPSON'S INCORPORATED, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "A DISTANT VIEW OF MT. GUYOT AND MT. CHAPMAN. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Knoxville, Tenn. Looking east from Chinquapin Ridge and over the town of Gatlinburg, which is hidden by the trees in the near foreground, we see in the distance, Mt. Guyot and at the right of it Mt. Chapman. They are located on the state line of North Carolina and Tennessee. Mt. Guyot is the third highest peak in the eastern United States, reaching an altitude of 6621 feet above sea level. Mt. Chapman's elevation is 6425 feet." Ektachrome by Jim Thompson.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park A Nut Cracker (Grey Squirrel), Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. 64264. Linen. Pub. by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park A ROCK CUT. Mountain highway, Autumn. Color. Title on reverse. Divided back. P12378. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 30, Mass., U.S.A. Color by Camera Clix. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park A-6–Bears in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 4B-H465. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Black bears–climbing trees and mountain sides, or investigating refuse left at camping ground, or walking along the Newfound Gap Highway–are a frequent sight for tourists visiting the Great Smoky Mountain National Park." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Above Clouds on Myrtle Point, Smoky Mountains National Park. A Jack Huff Photograph. Black and white. White border. Undivided back. Photo.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Above The Clouds. Dean Stone photo. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 57433-C. Photo. Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, New York. Pub. by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. 37801. "View from Fighting Creek Gap on Tenn. 73 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park was taken from an elevation of only 2,000 feet above sea level. Low lying clouds at left center are near Gatlinburg, which has elevation of 1,300 feet. Mt. LeConte (6,593 ft.) is to right, hidden by heavy haze and clouds for which Smokies were named." © Dean Stone. 2010-018
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Abram's Falls. Named for a Cherokee Indian Chief, is one of the best trout streams in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-20412. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Abram's Falls. Abram's Creek, named for a Cherokee Indian Chief, is one of the best trout streams in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The 30-foot falls is three miles by trail from Loop Road in Cades Cove near Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73) and the Townsend, Tenn., entrance to the Park." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park AC-21. A DISTANT VIEW OF CLINGMAN'S DOME, ALTITUDE 6642 FEET IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. Chicago Aerial Survey Co., Elk Grove Village, Ill. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park AC-4. THE CHIMNEY TOPS, ALTITUDE 4740 FEET. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A. C. Company. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "One of the greatest of Nature's displays is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest national park in Eastern America. This park straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ALONG THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 15. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ALUM CAVE BLUFF, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS, NATIONAL PARK, NEAR KNOXVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. 126421. © Thompson Bros. Tichnor Quality Views. Pub. by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. "The Great Smoky Mountains are located 35 miles from Knoxville. They are pictures of unbelievable beauty. Streams dashing against rocks, and over cascades, waterfalls in various heights, precipitous cliffs, peaks and bluffs and an ever-changing variety of color meet the eye at every turn. Seven peaks rise to an altitude of more than 6000 feet. Seven states can be seen from Mt. LeConte which is the highest peak in the range. It rises 6680 feet above sea level. The Great Smokies cover 704,000 acres." "KNOXVILLE–THE GATEWAY TO THE GREAT SMOKIES." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park AMERICAN BLACK BEAR – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Title bar. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 96394-C. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUB. BY AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES, INC. 2300 DUNAVANT ST., CHARLOTTE, N.C. 28203. The American Black Bear is an exciting sight to the tourist when seen on a trip through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Black bears roam freely throughout the Smokies, they seldom attack human beings unless they are molested while defending their young, or have been teased with offers of food. © 1973 Aerial Photography Services, Inc., Charlotte, N.C. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Anthony Creek, Cades Cove. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-25744. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. Photo by Dean Stone. "Anthony Creek, Cades Cove. Anthony Creek in Cades Cove is a favorite recreation spot for Great Smoky Mountains National Park visitors. Nearby the creek becomes Abram's Creek, named for 18th Century Cherokee Indian Chief Abram. Blooming white rhododendron grows over shaded stream near camping and picnic areas. Cades Cove is near Townsend, Tenn., entrance to Park." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park APPROACHING LOWER TUNNEL–The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Knoxville, Tenn. Newfound Gap Highway. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. K-177-D-17. Chrome. 45410. Pub. by Thompson's Incorporated, Knoxville, Tenn. Dextone. Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color By Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Autumn in Cades Cove. Dean Stone photo. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 57430-C. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Beautifully colored leaves mark autumn in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mountains like these surround Cades Cove where frontier life is carefully preserved. Thunderhead Mountain, center background, overlooks the cove which is 25 miles east of Maryville, Tenn., near the park's Townsend entrance." 2010-018
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Autumn in Cades Cove. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Photo by Dean Stone. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-25745. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Autumn in Cades Cove. Beautifully colored leaves clearly mark autumn in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mountains like these surround Cades Cove where frontier life is carefully preserved. Thunderhead Mountain, center background, overlooks the Cove which is 25 miles east of Maryville, Tenn., near the Park's Townsend entrance." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Autumn in Little River Gorge. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-29744. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Autumn in Little River Gorge. One of the most scenic sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park may be seen from Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73) which winds along Little River near the Townsend, Tenn. entrance to the Park. Afternoon sun spotlights fall colors which reflect in river." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Autumn Meets Winter. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-29737. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Autumn Meets Winter. An early snowfall on higher elevations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park may arrive when autumn coloration of leaves is at its peak at lower elevations. View from U.S. Highway 441 near the Chimney Tops is of Sugarland Mountain, claimed by winter near its top while autumn covers its lower elevations." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park AUTUMN, LITTLE PIGEON RIVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 14. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Beech and rhododendron branches over stream, Cades Cove. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Oversized card. Photography © 1996 Terry Donnelly. Browntrout Publishers, San Francisco, Calif. GP 55
Great Smoky Mountains National Park BIRDS OF THE HIGH COUNTRY EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 57548. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "BIRDS OF THE HIGH COUNTRY EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park BIRD'S-EYE VIEW SHOWING SUGARLANDS, BALSAM PEAK, MT. LECONTE AND MT. GUYOT–5. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 3806 N. Linen. Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. "Mt. LeConte, with an elevation of 6,580 feet, rises a mile higher than the village of Gatlinburg, at its base. A good mountain road extends four miles to Cherokee Orchard, half way to the top. The remaining four miles is a rough, but interesting hiking trail. The beautiful Rhododendron is one of the most prolific wild flowers of the 565 varieties which bloom profusely in this park during the season." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park BLACK BEAR CUB. Color. No Descriptive Title. Divided back. No. K 118. Chrome. KOPPEL COLOR CARDS, HAWTHORNE, N.J. THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park BLACK BEAR STRIKES A POSE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P39828. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Tennessee Trucolor Inc., Gatlinburg, Tenn. "BLACK BEAR STRIKES A POSE. Part of the local color in the Smokies, this black bear and his brothers wander free and untroubled through the park, putting on their panhandling act – forbidden, of course – for the passing visitors." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Black Bears in the Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. 16164. Linen. "Colourpicture" Publication, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. Published by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. THS 900
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-13–Rhododendron Trail, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. OB-H2464. Linen. Photo by Thompson's, Knoxville. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "The Rhododendron–one of Nature's most beautiful gifts–are to be found in great numbers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. June usually finds the purple-pink Rhododendron at its finest, and the peak of the great White flowering Rhododendron is mid-July." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-29–Horseback Riding on Bridle Trails in the Great Smokies. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2B-H44. Linen. PHOTO BY THOMPSON'S, KNOXVILLE. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Hundreds of miles of perfect trails throughout the Great Smokies beckon alike to horseback riders and hikers. Horses are available for short or long trips." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-2–Bullhead on Mt. LeConte as seen from Newfound Gap Highway. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 9A-H2120. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "From the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway, we see Bullhead (a spur of Mt. LeConte) at the left and Balsam Point (the west end of Mt. LeConte) in the background. One of the popular trails to Mt. LeConte, the Bull Head Trail, starting from Cherokee Orchard, goes up by Bull Head and Balsam Point." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-31–Newfound Gap, Center of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2B-H46. Linen. PHOTO BY THOMPSONS, KNOXVILLE. Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Elevation at "The Gap" is 5045 feet above sea level. Excellent views are afforded. This one looks into the North Carolina side, with Thomas Ridge dominating the scene. In the opposite direction visitors get an impressive view of majestic Mt. LeConte, on the Tennessee side of the park." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-32–Little Pigeon Gorge, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2B-H47. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "There are numerous parking plazas along scenic roads of the Great Smokies. From this one, near the top of the mountain on the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway, a good view of the Little Pigeon Gorge is obtained." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-33–Mt. LeConte (from Skyway), Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 2B-H48. PHOTO BY THOMPSON'S KNOXVILLE. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-4–Laurel Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9A-H2122. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Laurel Falls adds to the splendor of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Most of the trails follow along beautiful streams which have numerous waterfalls and cascades." 2013-003
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-5. The Loop-Over showing the Chimney Tops in the Distance, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9A-H2123. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "One of the most spectacular views in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, showing the Chimney Tops in the distance." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park C-9–Clingman's Dome Observation Tower, Alt. 6643 Ft. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OB-H2460. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Each year thousands of visitors climb the observation tower on top of Clingman's Dome for an unforgettable panoramic view of deep gorges and towering mountain ranges. One of the most famous ranges to be seen from this point is Mt. LeConte. On days when the clouds hang low the mountain tops below appear as islands in a sea of white." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove Campground Store, near TN-73 and the Townsend entrance. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-20405. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Cades Cove Campground Store. Part of the Mission 66 Program in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is this shelter and store at Cades Cove campground. Facilities for 800 campers and 300 picnickers are located in the scenic mountain cove near Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73) and the Townsend, Tenn., entrance to the Park." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove Exhibits. Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-25746. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Cades Cove Exhibits. Exhibits of pioneer life in Cades Cove overlook valley of more than 2,000 acres preserved in its pioneer state in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Cove is a limestone valley containing fossil sea shells buried under its floor 400 million years ago when area was under the sea." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove Fawn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29738. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Cades Cove Fawn. Well camouflaged newborn deer licks his nose in a rare photograph taken shortly after his birth in Cades Cove. Most of Great Smoky Mountains National Park's estimated 200 white tail deer are in Cades Cove near the Townsend, Tenn. entrance and Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73). Far from tame, the deer may occasionally be seen bounding across the fields in early morning and late afternoon." Photo by David deL. Condon. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove From 15 Miles High. NASA photo. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 23284-D. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "This infra-red or "false color" view of the Cades Cove area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park was taken from National Aeronautics and Space Administration reconnaissance plane from about 15 miles high. Cades Cove is at bottom center, Tuckaleechee Valley and Townsend are at top right-center with Miller's Cove and Walland at upper left corner. Red in photograph indicates healthy vegetation, dark blue is water, and turquoise is dead vegetation and other non-living components such as rocks, roads, dirt. The latter materials occasionally appear as dark green." © - Dean Stone.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove from Rich Mountain. Autumn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 74894-C. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons in the Cades Cove section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. View from Rich Mountain fire tower shows part of the 2,800-acre valley near the park's Townsend entrance, 17 miles southeast of Maryville/Alcoa, Tennessee on U.S. 321. Frontiersmen settled in the valley that had been in the heart of the Cherokee Indian domain in the early 1800's." © Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove in the Smokies. Color. Oversized. Multiple views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 783-E. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Cades Cove in the Smokies. World renowned Cades Cove is a mountain-surrounded valley set aside as a historical exhibit in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Located near the Townsend, Tennessee, entrance of the park, it has regularly attracted more visits than all but 10 of the nation's most visited national parks. Photographs on the front of this card indicate some of the reasons visitors, as well as area residents, love the Cove. Starting at the top left corner and going clockwise, the pictures show the beginning of autumn near the start of the 11-mile, one-way Loop Road around the Cove, twin deer observing visitors at a safe distance, flame azaleas where are the most famous of 21 colors which grow in the wild on Gregory's Bald overlooking the Cove, an aerial view of the Cove looking toward Mount LeConte which is the peak on the skyline 25 miles in the distance, winter snow, and a black bear. Once a part of the Cherokee Indian domain, settlement by the white man had already begun when Cades Cove was legally opened to settlement in 1819 as the result of a treaty. Peak population of the cove was 685 persons and 132 families about 1850. The Cove became part of the Park when it was established June 15, 1934." © Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove Loop Road, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "The meandering 11-mile, one-way Loop Road around 6,853-acre Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers a variety of scenery and wildlife. It follows what was once wagon roads, winding in and out of dells, going through tree-canopied tunnels to wide open areas, offering spectacular views of higher elevations. White tail deer, wild turkeys, an occasional black bear and other wildlife may be seen in native habitat. The historic area includes cabins and churches from days when the cove was first settled by the white man about 1800. This beautiful scenic section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, located in Blount County near U.S. 321 and the Townsend, Tennessee, entrance to the park, has more visits annually than all but nine of the nation's national parks." © Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CADES COVE, as seen from the Rich Mountain Fire Tower, looking toward Gregory Bald Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 89709. Chrome. Genuine Natural Color, Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Published by Thompson's Commercial Photographers, Knoxville, Tenn. "CADES COVE. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Looking across the beautiful fields of Cades Cove toward Gregory Bald, from the Rich Mountain Fire Tower. Picture taken in the fall of the year and showing the rich coloring in the foreground forest." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-22246. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Cades Cove. The frontier atmosphere of this lush green valley is being preserved in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wild deer, cattle herds, wild turkeys, and black bears roam the Cove today just as they did when the valley was settled prior to 1790. Cades Cove is 25 miles east of Maryville, Tenn., near the Townsend entrance and Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73)." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CALENDAR DISPLAY OF THE BLACK BEAR. SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. TENNESSEE - NORTH CAROLINA. Color. Multiple images. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 72715-C. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. "CALENDAR DISPLAY OF THE BLACK BEAR. SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. TENNESSEE - NORTH CAROLINA. This display depicts a cycle of activities of life and habits of the black bear.
© Buckhorn Press. Color Photo by Gene Aiken." THS 999 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CANTILEVER TYPE BARN. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 56895. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "CANTILEVER TYPE BARN. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Showing framing typical of such structures in Cades Cove. Large haylofts were required to store forage for herds of cattle during the winter months.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CHEROKEE, CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION, N.C. EASTERN ENTRANCE TO GREAT SMOKY MTN. NTL. PARK. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © 1931.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chimney Tops. Along the West Fork of Little Pigeon River and U.S. 441. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29740. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Chimney Tops. One of the most popular camping areas in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is along the West Fork of Little Pigeon River near the foot of the Chimney Tops and adjacent to U.S. Highway 441. View from near the Chimneys Campground shows some of fall color, the Chimney Tops, and swift, clear mountain stream particularly popular for wading in hot summer months." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CHIMNEY TOPS. GREAT SMOKY MT. NATL. PARK. © CLINE. Black & white. White border. Divided back. © 1931 CLINE. Real photo. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chimneys in Fall. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29739. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. Photo by Dean Stone. "Chimneys in Fall. Often called the trademark of the Smokies, the 4,755-foot Chimney Tops are perhaps the best known peaks in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Visitors on U.S. Highway 441 can hardly miss the stony spires framed in the lush green foliage of spring and summer, fall's vivid colors or winter's mantle of snow. A new two-mile trail leads to the top over an area once regarded as the Smokies' most difficult climb." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chimneys in Fall. Narrative and title on reverse. No. C-29739.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Clingman's Dome Observation Tower, Alt. 6643 Ft., Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Narrative on reverse. #C-9 (front top left). #OB-H2460 (front bottom right).
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CLINGMANS DOME TOWER. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee-North Carolina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-76587. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. "CLINGMANS DOME TOWER. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee-North Carolina. The tower on Clingmans Dome gives the visitor magnificent views in all directions. The tower is one of the most popular points of interest in the Park and the hike (an easy ½ mile paved trail) is worth the effort.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park CM-372. RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM ALONG THE ALUM CAVE TRAIL TO MT. LeCONTE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 79135. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM ALONG THE ALUM CAVE TRAIL TO MT. LeCONTE – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In June the Smokies are ablaze with rhododendron and laurel in full bloom. The Alum Cave trail is one of the most popular for the hiker venturing up into the mountains to see this magnificent display.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cool Drink of Spring Water – Pioneer Farmstead. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 10067-D. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. 37801. "Cool Drink of Spring Water – Pioneer Farmstead. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. A living demonstration of pioneer activities is conducted during the summer months." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park DAWN ALONG THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 17. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Deer in Cades Cove. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-25754. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Deer in Cades Cove. Although very wild, white tail deer like those in foreground may be seen by visitors in Cades Cove. In early morning or late afternoon as many as 20 deer may be seen in the Cades Cove section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wild turkeys may also be seen occasionally." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park DOGWOOD BLOSSOMS, CADES COVE, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 7. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park DOGWOODS IN BLOOM, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 3. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Drapery Formation, Tuckaleechee Caverns. Narrative and title on reverse. No. C-29746. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Drapery Formation. Tuckaleechee Caverns. Beautifully lighted drapery formation in Tuckaleechee Caverns is series of stalactites clinging to ceiling over underground stream. Growing one inch each 100 years, the active limestone formation gives off varying musical sounds when struck with a solid object. Caverns are near Townsend, Tenn., entrance to Great Smoky Mountains Park, two miles from Great Smoky Mountains Highway, (Tenn. 73) and boast largest cavern room in eastern America." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park EAGLE EYE VIEW OF CLINGMAN'S DOME AND PARKING AREA. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P39832. Photo. Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. "EAGLE EYE VIEW OF CLINGMAN'S DOME AND PARKING AREA. Perched high in the rugged grandeur of the Smokies, this easily accessible area affords the visitor on unparalleled view of the surrounding mountains in every direction." Color by Harold Melton. 2013-070
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ELIJAH OLIVER PLACE, CADES COVE, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 56891. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "ELIJAH OLIVER PLACE, CADES COVE, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Rehabilitated and preserved as a historical exhibit.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ENTRANCE TO THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. (sign). Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 86166-C. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tenn. "ENTRANCE TO THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Tennessee – North Carolina. The entrance to America's most popular National Park. More people visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park than any other National Park." © Buckhorn Press – Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ENTRANCE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. TENNESSEE-NORTH CAROLINA. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-76583. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. "ENTRANCE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. TENNESSEE-NORTH CAROLINA. The entrance to America's most popular National Park. More people visit the Great Smoky Mountains each year than any other National Park.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ERODED BLUFFS ON LITTLE RIVER, NEAR WALLAND–10. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3924 N. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE. "The One Hundred Mile Scenic Loop, which starts and ends at Knoxville, takes the motorist to fascinating spots in the Great Smokies. Here you can see how the elements have shaped the roadside bluffs." THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Face of Great Smokies. Viewed from Fighting Creek Gap on Tenn. 73. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29750. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Face of Great Smokies. One of the highest and steepest slopes in Eastern America is Great Smoky Mountains as viewed from Fighting Creek Gap on Tennessee Highway 73 near Park Headquarters. For 36 miles the main divide along Tennessee-North Carolina line is over 5,000 feet above sea level. 16 peaks topping 6,000 feet. Mt. LeConte (6,593 ft.) at far right is more than a mile higher than Gatlinburg, tucked in valley six miles away at lower left." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park FALL COLORS, TRANSMOUNTAIN HIGHWAY DESCENDING INTO NORTH CAROLINA. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 72718-C. Chrome. © Buckhorn Press. Color Photo by Gene Aiken. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tenn. "FALL COLORS, TRANSMOUNTAIN HIGHWAY DESCENDING INTO NORTH CAROLINA. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee – North Carolina. The photographer caught these brilliant colors as the sun broke through the overcast briefly. Mother Nature paints the mountains in lavish colors each Fall. From the fall country, the visitor often views the clouds below the peaks of the mountains." 2003-035
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fall from Fighting Creek Gap. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29745. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Fall from Fighting Creek Gap. Fall colors on trees along Tennessee Highway 73 near Fighting Creek Gap overlooking Great Smoky Mountains National Park Headquarters frames 6,593-foot Mt. LeConte at far right and other high peaks along divide of Smokies. Some 1,300 flowering shrubs, including 131 native trees, may be found in Smokies. Leaf coloration in autumn is one of the Park's main attractions." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park FERN GARDEN, CADES COVE, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 8. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Flame Azaleas. Gregory's Bald, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29748. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Flame Azaleas. Wild azaleas in many colors bloom on grassy balds in Great Smoky Mountains National Park after the middle of June. These flame colored azaleas are on top of 4,948-foot Gregory's Bald. Extremely dry weather hundreds of years ago may have killed trees resulting in unique grassy balds well below timberline. Wind, fire, and grazing cattle apparently preserved the balds." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park FOOTHILLS NEAR PIGEON FORGE, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 5. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park FOREST DETAIL, AUTUMN, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 1. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park FORESTS OF THE GREAT SMOKIES EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 75551. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "FORESTS OF THE GREAT SMOKIES EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park G-215. THE LOOP-OVER – U.S. 441 – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 55706. Chrome. © 1962, W. M. Cline. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "THE LOOP-OVER – U.S. 441 – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. In order to avoid an extremely steep grade the highway engineers at this point constructed a loop-over. Located near the base of the Chimney Tops this has become one of the main points of interest on U.S. 441 through the Park." Color Photo by W. M. Cline Co. 2013-003
Great Smoky Mountains National Park G-223. A BEAR CUB IN TREE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, THIS LITTLE FELLOW LOOKS AS IF HE WERE POSING FOR THE PICTURE. Color. Divided back. No. E-11342. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2006-092
Great Smoky Mountains National Park G-224. MOTHER BEAR AND HER THREE HUNGRY CUBS LOOKING FOR FOOD. A SCENE ON HIGHWAY IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-11332. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "Bears and over 50 kinds of other fur-bearing animals inhabiting the park area were hunted and trapped prior to the establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The animals are not dangerous to man, but it is wise not to become too friendly with the black bears and feeding of these animals is prohibited." 2006-092
Great Smoky Mountains National Park G-226. TWO ATTRACTIVE CHEROKEE MAIDENS IN NATIVE COSTUMES. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. E-11340. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 1998-029
Great Smoky Mountains National Park G-228. AN INDIAN WOMAN GRINDING MAIZE IN PRIMITIVE FASHION, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-12058. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1998-029
Great Smoky Mountains National Park G-254. Horseshoe Bend on Newfound Gap Highway near Walker Camp. In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Divided back. No. 88739. Linen. Pub. by the Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2013-003
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GRANDPAPPY'S MILL. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. I-K-24. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1993-058
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Great Smokies from Townsend, Tenn. Aerial view of the Smokies above the Little River looking eastward to Townsend. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 53277-D. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. 37801. Blount County Chamber of Commerce. "Aerial view of Great Smoky Mountains is from above Little River (lower center), looking eastward from Townsend, Tenn. toward North Carolina state line which follows crest of 6,000-foot peaks on skyline. Townsend, entrance to national park on U.S. 321, was founded at the turn of the century as a lumbering town in 9,000-acre Tuckaleechee Valley (foreground). Valley's name is said to be translated as a Cherokee Indian word meaning "peaceful" or "green." © Dean Stone.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK – BRIDAL VEIL FALLS. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-979. COPYRIGHT JIM THOMPSON CO., KNOXVILLE. GLOSS TONE. MFD. BY FORT WAYNE PRINTING CO., FORT WAYNE, IND. THS 872
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Great Smoky Mountains National Park. John Oliver Cabin. Color. Four views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 84267-D. Photo. Pub. by Aerial Photography Services, Inc., 2511 South Tryon, Charlotte, N.C. 28203. Top left – John Oliver Cabin. Bottom left – Junglebrook Homestead. Top right – Cades Cove. Bottom right – Oconaluftee Pioneer Village. 1996-031
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. MOUNT LECONTE. Grey scale, White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. A-978. COPYRIGHT–THOMPSON'S, INC. FOTO TONE. MFD. BY FORT WAYNE PRINTING CO., FORT WAYNE, IND. Postmark: Sevierville, Tenn., 1935.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Greetings from GREAT SMOKY MTS TENNESSEE N. CAROLINA. Color. Generic vintage vacation post card. Multiple views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 473-80. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(CEY). PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY KNOXVILLE, TENN. "KEY TO VIEWS ON OTHER SIDE:–
G–Cherokee Indian
R–Trout Fishing
E–Rhododendron Blossoms
A–Newfound Gap
T–Native Deer
S–West Prong of Little Pigeon River
M–Parking Grounds at Newfound Gap
O–The Loop-Over
K–Tunnel and Chimney Tops
Y–Mountain Stream" 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GREETINGS FROM THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Multiple views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 70786. Linen. “TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS.” MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY CLINE PHOTO CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the newest of our national playgrounds. In the park are to be found the most majestic mountains in the East and the greatest variety of trees and plants in an equal area in the World. Fine paved highways lead through the Park and trails lead to the more inaccessible parts of the region. 2019-098
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GREGORY BALD MOUNTAIN FROM CADE'S COVE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN. NEAR KNOXVILLE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3353-29. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED." PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-123. AUTUMN IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 11019. Chrome. © 1955, W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "AUTUMN IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS – Each year in Mid-October the mountain areas of the South present a beautiful array of fall colors." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-143. BLACK BEAR CUB. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. WHERE IS MY DINNER? Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 37. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-16. LAUREL FALLS–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 11044. Chrome. © 1955 W. M. CLINE CO. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "LAUREL FALLS–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This picture shows both the upper and lower Falls. Laurel Falls is one of the most popular hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and is the most accessible of all the waterfalls. The hiking distance is 1.3 miles." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-165. AUTUMN SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 34481. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "AUTUMN SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-172. BLACK BEAR CUBS–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. C3106G. Chrome. Color by Mike Roberts, Berkeley, Calif. 94710. A Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-175. AUTUMN COLORS ALONG U.S. 441 – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 42201. Chrome. © 1959 by W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "AUTUMN COLORS ALONG U.S. 441 – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Chimney Tops may be seen in the distance." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-180. AUTUMN COLORS NEAR THE CHIMNEY TOPS – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 42206. Chrome. © 1959 by W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "AUTUMN COLORS NEAR THE CHIMNEY TOPS – Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-182. THE CHIMNEY TOPS IN FALL COLORS SEEN FROM U.S. 441 – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 42208. © 1959 W. M. CLINE CO. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE CHIMNEY TOPS IN FALL COLORS SEEN FROM U.S. 441 – Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-200. Greetings from GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Nine views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 50116. Photo. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "Newfound Gap Parking Area, Laurel Falls, Parking Area at Clingman's Dome, Clingmans Dome Tower, Little River, Black bears, Rainbow Falls, Hikers at Charlies Bunion, The Chimney Tops in Autumn." 2013-070
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-201. RAMSEY CASCADES – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 52148. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "RAMSEY CASCADES – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These beautiful cascades are located in the Greenbrier section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Cascades are in a virgin wilderness area and the hike to them takes one through some of the largest stands of original forest in the Park." Color Photo by Jim Thompson. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-206. ABRAM'S FALLS IN THE CADE'S COVE SECTION–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 54107. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "ABRAM'S FALLS IN THE CADE'S COVE SECTION–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This beautiful waterfalls is the destination of many hikers from Cade's Cove. The popular 2½ mile trail follows Abram's Creek to the Falls." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-213. AIR VIEW OF CLINGMANS DOME OBSERVATION TOWER–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 55701. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "AIR VIEW OF CLINGMANS DOME OBSERVATION TOWER–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK – This modern tower on top of the Smokies highest peak affords magnificent views in all directions. In the distance may be seen Mt. LeConte. This tower is one of the most popular points of interest in the National Park." Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-22. LAUREL FALLS – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 11050. Photo. © 1955, W. M. Cline Co. © Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee "LAUREL FALLS – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This view shows the upper Falls and is the most easily recognized view of this popular waterfalls. Laurel Falls is just a short hike from Fightin' Creek Gap over an easy trail and is perhaps the most popular hike in the Park. The hiking distance is 1.3 miles." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2013-070
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-240. THE LOOP-OVER – U.S. 441 – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 58292. © 1962, W. M. CLINE. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "THE LOOP-OVER – U.S. 441 – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. In order to avoid an extremely steep grade the highway engineers at this point constructed a loop-over. Located near the base of the Chimney Tops this has become one of the main points of interest on U.S. 441 through the Park." Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 1998-030
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-268. VIEW FROM ALUM CAVE TRAIL UP MT. LECONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 62782. Chrome. © 1963, W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "VIEW FROM ALUM CAVE TRAIL UP MT. LECONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Near Alum Cave there is an overlook on a Heath Bald from which views of the surrounding mountains may be had. To the right is Mt. Mingus." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-269. VIEW FROM THE ALUM CAVE TRAIL NEAR THE SUMMIT OF MT. LeCONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 62783. COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD, W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. VIEW FROM THE ALUM CAVE TRAIL NEAR THE SUMMIT OF MT. LeCONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. The Alum Cave trail up Mt. LeConte is one of the most popular hiking trails in the Great Smokies with thousands making the trip each year to the summit. Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2008-104
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-273. LOOKING NORTH FROM CHARLIE'S BUNION IN THE RUGGED SAWTEETH RANGE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 62787. Chrome. © 1963, W. M. CLINE. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "LOOKING NORTH FROM CHARLIE'S BUNION IN THE RUGGED SAWTEETH RANGE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This view is looking along the top of the main range of the Smokies. Charlie's Bunion is a popular hike from Newfound Gap." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1998-030
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-274. MOUNT LeCONTE – ALTITUDE 6593 FEET – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 62788.Chrome. © 1963, W. M. Cline Co. © Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee "MOUNT LeCONTE – ALTITUDE 6593 FEET – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Seen from the Greenbrier Pinnacle. Mt. LeConte is one of the best known peaks in the Smokies and a number of trails lead to its summit." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2013-070
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-275. MOUNTAIN STREAM AND MOSS COVERED ROCKS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "MOUNTAIN STREAM AND MOSS COVERED ROCKS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. The Great Smokies have more than 600 miles of trout fishing streams within the Park boundary. This scene was made on Cosby Creek at the northern end of the Park.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-275. MOUNTAIN STREAM AND MOSS COVERED ROCKS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Near Cosby Creek at the northend end of the Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 62789. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "MOUNTAIN STREAM AND MOSS COVERED ROCKS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. The Great Smokies have more than 600 miles of trout fishing streams within the Park boundary. This scene was made on Cosby Creek at the northern end of the Park." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-276. THE SUMMIT OF MT. CAMMERER – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 62790. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE SUMMIT OF MT. CAMMERER – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. A fire lookout building is perched here on the very summit of the mountain. Mt. Cammerer is the northern-most peak of the Smoky Mountain range and was formerly known as Sharp Top or White Rock. It is named now in honor of Arno B. Cammerer, former Director of the National Park Service, whose personal efforts and influence aided greatly in establishing a National Park in the Smokies.
Photographed in natural color by Walter Cline.
© Copyright 1963, W. M. Cline Co." THS 999 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-278. LITTLE PIGEON RIVER – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 62792. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "LITTLE PIGEON RIVER – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This beautiful mountain stream is the East Fork of the Little Pigeon River showing the Greenbrier Pinnacle in the background. There are more than 600 miles of fine trout fishing streams in the Park." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-294. East Fork of the Little Pigeon River, Greenbrier Pinnacle, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Oversized card. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 62807. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "LITTLE PIGEON RIVER – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This is the east fork of the Little Pigeon and in the distance may be seen the Greenbrier Pinnacle. The Smokies are blessed with abundant year around rainfall and there are more than 600 miles of trout streams in the Mountains." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2008-104
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-305. FALL COLOR SCENE NEAR GATLINBURG – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 66838. Chrome. © 1963, W. M. CLINE. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. "FALL COLOR SCENE NEAR GATLINBURG – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-307. FALL COLOR SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Tenn. 73 just below Fighting Creek Gap. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 66840. Chrome. © 1963, W. M. CLINE. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "FALL COLOR SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This view was made on Highway 73 just below Fighting Creek Gap." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-308. BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS ON THE SIDE OF MOUNT LECONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 66841. Chrome. © 1963, W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS ON THE SIDE OF MOUNT LECONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. In mid-October the fall colors reach their peak in the Great Smokies and thousands of visitors come to enjoy this gorgeous time of the year." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-310. A GORGEOUS AUTUMN SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 66843. Chrome. © COPYRIGHT 1963, W. M. CLINE. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "A GORGEOUS AUTUMN SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." Notice: This postcard may be copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-310. A GORGEOUS AUTUMN SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 66843. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "A GORGEOUS AUTUMN SCENE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline.
© Copyright 1963, W. M. Cline Co." THS 999 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-314. CADES COVE OVERLOOK AT THE BEGINNING OF HISTORIC TOUR. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 56892. Chrome. ©COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. NATURAL COLOR CARD, W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "CADES COVE OVERLOOK AT THE BEGINNING OF HISTORIC TOUR, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. To this valley in the early 19th century came the pioneer settlers. Isolated from the outside world, they became self sufficient." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-321. CLINGMAN'S OVERLOOK – ELEVATION 6311 FEET. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 69552. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "CLINGMAN'S OVERLOOK – ELEVATION 6311 FEET – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Named for Gen. Thomas L. Clingman, 1812-1897. In the 1850's he was responsible for the first trail from Indian Gap to Clingman's Dome. From this parking area a ½ mile paved trail leads to an observation tower on the summit of Clingman's Dome the highest peak in the Park – Elevation 6643 feet.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline.
© Copyright 1964 W. M. Cline Co." THS 999 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-325. RHODODENDRON IN FULL BLOOM – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 69568. © 1964 W. M. Cline Co. Photo. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. RHODODENDRON IN FULL BLOOM – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. In June of each year the mountains are ablaze with the bloom of Rhododendron – Laurel – and Flame Azalea. Rhododendrons often grow to the height of trees and cover entire mountainsides." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2013-070
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-340. TUB MILL AT JUNGLEBROOK – ON THE CHEROKEE ORCHARD LOOP ROAD – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 69560. Chrome. © 1964 by W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "TUB MILL AT JUNGLEBROOK – ON THE CHEROKEE ORCHARD LOOP ROAD – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This old mill has been rebuilt by the Park Service as part of a program to preserve the way of life of the old settlers of the mountain region. The mountain streams afforded water power which enabled the mountain people to grind their corn into meal for making bread, and the Tub Mill was one of the most primitive and simple mills which used the water power of the mountain streams." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-343. EPHRAIM BALES HOMESTEAD ON THE CHEROKEE ORCHARD - ROARING FORK LOOP ROAD near Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 70547. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "EPHRAIM BALES HOMESTEAD ON THE CHEROKEE ORCHARD – ROARING FORK LOOP ROAD near Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-348. ENTRANCE TO THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 78593. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "ENTRANCE TO THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Located half in Tennessee and half in North Carolina the Great Smoky Mountains are the most massive uplift in Eastern America. This Park attracts more visitors, over 5,000,000 a year, than any other Park in the National Park System." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-350. MT. LECONTE – ALTITUDE 6,593 FEET – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 78595. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "MT. LECONTE – ALTITUDE 6,593 FEET – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Rising more than a mile above Gatlinburg at its base Mt. LeConte is known as the "Tallest" peak in Eastern America. A number of trails lead to its summit, and it is the most climbed peak in the Smokies." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-358. ONE OF THE MANY BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN STREAMS IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. LeConte Creek below Rainbow Falls. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 78602. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "ONE OF THE MANY BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN STREAMS IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This is a view of LeConte Creek below Rainbow Falls on the side of Mt. LeConte." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-361. RAINBOW FALLS - GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 78608. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "GS-361. RAINBOW FALLS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This beautiful waterfall is located on the side of Mt. LeConte above Gatlinburg, Tennessee. It is a popular hike from Cherokee Orchard, and is on the Rainbow Falls trail to Mt. LeConte." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-381. MOUNTAIN LAUREL AND RHODODENDRON ON THE ALUM CAVE BLUFF TRAIL. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 86481. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "MOUNTAIN LAUREL AND RHODODENDRON ON THE ALUM CAVE BLUFF TRAIL – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This popular hiking trail up Mt. LeConte is ablaze with a magnificent display of these beautiful flowering shrubs during the early part of June each year." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-383. UPPER TUNNEL ON U.S. 441 NEAR NEWFOUND GAP – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 86483. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "UPPER TUNNEL ON U.S. 441 NEAR NEWFOUND GAP – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This photograph was made in the month of June showing Rhododendron in full bloom above the tunnel." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-389. THE SINKS ON LITTLE RIVER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 86491. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. COPYRIGHT 1955, W. M. CLINE CO. "THE SINKS ON THE LITTLE RIVER. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These cascades on Little River are a very popular spot for picnics and for swimming being easily accessible from the highway.
Photographed in Natural Color by Jack Bowers." THS 999 NOTICE: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-395. Black Bears are numerous in the Great Smoky Mountains and are a source of pleasure and amusement to the tourists. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. P12903. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "Black Bears are numerous in the Great Smoky Mountains and are a source of pleasure and amusement to the tourists." Color by Hugh Morton. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-402. BLACK BEARS are a common sight in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P64261. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 30, Mass., U.S.A. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. "BLACK BEARS are a common sight in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-41. MT. LeCONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "MT. LeCONTE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This view shows part of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, in the valley below. Mt. LeConte is the best known of the peaks in the Smokies and is one of its highest - 6593 feet above sea level. It rises more than a mile above its base, and is known as the tallest peak in Eastern America. This view may be seen from the Upper Terminal of the Sky Lift on Crockett Mountain in Gatlinburg.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-411. Greetings from GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Nine views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 86735. Photo. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "1. Above the clouds at sunrise.
2. The Loop-Over – U.S. 441.
3. Fall Colors in the Smokies.
4. Black bear.
5. Tower atop Clingmans Dome.
6. Winter Skiing Scene.
7. Rhododendron in bloom.
8. Chimney Tops seen from U.S. 441.
9. A beautiful mountain stream." 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-417. EARLY MORNING MISTS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 93968. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "EARLY MORNING MISTS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-420. VIEW FROM U.S. 441 ON THE NORTH CAROLINA SIDE OF THE MAIN RANGE OF THE SMOKIES – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 93971. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "VIEW FROM U.S. 441 ON THE NORTH CAROLINA SIDE OF THE MAIN RANGE OF THE SMOKIES – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-427. A FINE SPECIMEN OF BLACK BEAR – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 94887. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "A FINE SPECIMEN OF BLACK BEAR – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK.
Color Photo by J. A. Todd." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-435. AERIAL VIEW OF THE FAMOUS LOOP-OVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 81999-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY W. M. CLINE CO., GATLINBURG, TENN. "Aerial View of THE FAMOUS LOOP-OVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. On the scenic highway between Gatlinburg and Newfound Gap.
Color by Aerial Photography Services." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-441. NEWFOUND GAP PARKING AREA, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 108373. Chrome. COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. NEWFOUND GAP PARKING AREA – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This large parking area is on top of the main range of the Great Smoky Mountains on the North Carolina-Tennessee State line. It is the highest point on the Trans-mountain Highway U.S. 441 the elevation being 5,045 feet above sea level. To the left may be seen Clingman's Dome the highest peak in the Park, and it is from here that the Clingman's Dome Highway begins. Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-446. MOUNT LeCONTE AND TOWN OF GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE SEEN FROM OVERLOOK ON THE NEW BY-PASS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 108378. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "MOUNT LeCONTE AND TOWN OF GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE SEEN FROM OVERLOOK ON THE NEW BY-PASS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. The by-pass crossing over Crockett Mountain affords the traveler spectacular views of Mt. LeConte and other peaks in the Smokies towering above the town of Gatlinburg.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyright.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-45. THE WALKER SISTERS CABIN, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 11073. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE WALKER SISTERS CABIN, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This mountain cabin is one of the oldest and best preserved mountain homesteads in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-45. THE WALKER SISTERS CABIN. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 11073. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "THE WALKER SISTERS CABIN. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This mountain cabin is one of the oldest and best preserved mountain homesteads in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-486. AERIAL VIEW OF THE OVERLOOK AT CLINGMAN'S DOME – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 111511. Chrome. COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. COPYRIGHT 1969 – W. M. CLINE CO. AERIAL VIEW OF THE OVERLOOK AT CLINGMAN'S DOME – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. From an elevation of 6,311 feet, the visitor here has a wide range of scenic views into North Carolina. A fine paved trail leads to a modern observation tower on the summit of Clingman's Dome – the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – 6,642 feet above sea level. Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-52. JOHN P. CABLE MILL. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cades Cove-area. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 11080. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "JOHN P. CABLE MILL–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Located in the Cades Cove section this is the only Grist Mill left in the Park using an overshot wheel." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-53. CHARLIE'S BUNION. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 11081. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. NATURAL COLOR CARD, W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. © 1955 W. M. Cline Co. "CHARLIE'S BUNION–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This spectacular place on the Appalachian Trail is located in the rugged Sawteeth section of the Park. Due to a bad fire a number of years ago this area is without trees or vegetation and closely resembles scenery in the Rockies." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-68. FALL COLORS IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 11095. Chrome. © COPYRIGHT 1955, W. M. CLINE CO. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "FALL COLORS in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This beautiful scene was made from the Transmountain Highway, U.S. 441. The Chimney Tops are the mountain peaks in the picture.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." Notice: This postcard may be copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-73. ABOVE THE CLOUDS AT SUNRISE–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 127033. Photo. PRINCESS COLOR. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Gatlinburg, Tenn. "ABOVE THE CLOUDS AT SUNRISE–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK–This awe inspiring view was made from the Clingman's Dome Highway looking toward North Carolina. Along this highest highway in the East one often is above the clouds." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 2010-018
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-78. SUNSET – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 11100. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "SUNSET – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This gorgeous scene was made from the Transmountain Highway U.S. 441 at an overlook near Newfound Gap. Looking down the Valley of the Little Pigeon River.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline.
© Copyright 1955 W. M. Cline Co." THS 999 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-9. NEWFOUND GAP PARKING AREA. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 11037. Chrome. © 1955, W. M. Cline Co. © Color King Natural Color Views. A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "NEWFOUND GAP PARKING AREA–Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This large parking area is on top of the main range of the Great Smoky Mountains on the North Carolina-Tennessee State line. It is the highest point on the Trans-mountain Highway U.S. 441 the elevation being 5045 feet above sea level. To the left may be seen Clingmans Dome the highest peak in the Park, and it is from here that the Clingmans Dome Highway begins." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-96. NATIVE BLACK BEARS, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 17380. Chrome. ©1950, W. M. Cline Co. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "NATIVE BLACK BEARS, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Along the highways of the Great Smokies native black bears are frequently seen. The Park Service prohibits the feeding or molesting of bears and enforces this regulation for the protection of the public." 2014-017
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-98. NATIVE BLACK BEAR, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 19311. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "NATIVE BLACK BEAR, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Along the highways of the Great Smokies native black bear are frequently seen. The Park Service prohibits the feeding or molesting of bears and enforces this regulation for the protection of the public." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park GS-98. NATIVE BLACK BEAR. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 19311. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "NATIVE BLACK BEAR. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Along the highways of the Great Smokies native black bears are frequently seen. The Park Service prohibits the feeding or molesting of bears and enforces this regulation for the protection of the public.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park HEADQUARTERS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 53794. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "HEADQUARTERS – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Horseback riding, one of the popular sports in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P17382. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. "Horseback riding, one of the popular sports in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Gatlinburg, Tenn. Many excellent hiking and riding trails with beautiful overlooks, such as this one, can be enjoyed by the tourist. Mt. LeConte, the third highest peak in the Smokies can be seen in the distance." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Huggin's Hell, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 241. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 69949. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS" MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUB. BY STANDARD SOUVENIRS & NOVELTIES, INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park HUGGINS HELL, GREAT SMOKY MTN. NTL. PARK. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Real photo. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park INDIAN GAP HIGHWAY, GREAT SMOKY MTN. NTL. PARK. Sepia tone. White border. Real photo. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. (likely)
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Indian Head. Tennessee Highway 73 in Little River Gorge. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-25749. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Indian Head. Known as Indian Head and Great Stone Face, this rock overhangs Tennessee Highway 73 in Little River Gorge near Townsend, Tenn., entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The river, hidden by trees at right, dashes over shaded rocks, providing some of the Park's most beautiful scenery." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park INSECTS EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 57550. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "INSECTS EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park INTERIOR, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 57541. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "INTERIOR, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park John P. Cable Mill Race. Cades Cove-area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-22247. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "John P. Cable Mill Race. Water from Mill Creek flows along this shady mill race to operate John P. Cable grist mill in Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Only grist mill in the Park, it is operated from mid-April through October to demonstrate grinding of corn into meal. Cades Cove is 25 miles east of Maryville, Tenn. near the Townsend entrance and Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73)." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park John P. Cable Mill. Cades Cove-area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-25752. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "John P. Cable Mill. Named for its builder, it is the only grist mill in Great Smoky Mountains National Park using an overshot wheel. Mill is on the Loop Road in Cades Cove near Park's Townsend, Tenn., entrance. Corn meal ground at such mills was foremost on the meager diet of pioneer mountain residents." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park K-36–"Laura Spelman Rockefeller" Memorial, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9A-H1976. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the peoples and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park K-4. Spelman Memorial Monument and portion of parking space, Newfound Gap. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Color K Card, Kodachrome. Distributed by Asheville Post Card Co. "K-4. Spelman Memorial Monument and portion of parking space, Newfound Gap. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. This plaque on the North Carolina-Tennessee line bears the following inscription: "For the Permanent Enjoyment of the Peoples and States of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America and one-half in Memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial founded by her husband John D. Rockefeller." THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park KG-138. BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN STREAMS IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P88179. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS. 02130. KELLY & GREEN OF GATLINBURG, INC., GATLINBURG, TENN. 37738. Beautiful mountain streams in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial at Newfound Gap, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 243. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 69943. Photo by W. M. Cline Co. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS". MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD SOUVENIRS & NOVELTIES, INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. "The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the people and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial at Newfound Gap, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. 98-D-19. Divided back. No. 36785. Kodachrome by C. H. Ruth. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "The inscription appearing on the plaque of this memorial, reads as follows: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the peoples and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LAUREL FALLS. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee-North Carolina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-76557. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY BUCKHORN PRESS, BOX 407, GATLINBURG, TENN. "LAUREL FALLS. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee-North Carolina. These falls reached by a 1.3 mile trail beginning at Fighting Creek Gap, is an easy hike for a family group. This is perhaps the most popular hike in the Park.
Color Photo by Gene Aiken." THS 999 NOTICE: this postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LAUREL LAKE YOUTH CAMP. Located 1½ miles south of the Great Smoky Mountains Highway (State 73) near Kinzel Springs. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 2817-B. Chrome. Genuine Natural Color Made by DEXTER PRESS, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Pub. by Stonecraft, Maryville, Tenn. "LAUREL LAKE YOUTH CAMP. Located 1½ miles south of the Great Smoky Mountains Highway (State 73) near Kinzel Springs and 15 miles east of Maryville, Tenn., it is operated by more than 30 Blount County civic and service clubs for the recreation of area youths. Reservations may be made at the Blount County Chamber of Commerce office in the Maryville Municipal Building." THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LECONTE CREEK, NEAR GATLINBURG. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK NEAR KNOXVILLE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3350-29. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED." PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LECONTE LODGE. Mt. LeConte. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 55294. Chrome. COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD, W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. LECONTE LODGE. Situated near the summit of Mt. LeConte in the GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, is reached only by foot trail or horseback from points near Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Appealing to those who enjoy the peace and quiet of rugged mountain surrounding, LeConte Lodge has been in operation for more than 30 years. Herrick B. Brown: Owner-Manager. 2008-104
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Little Greenbrier's Lake Marian. Near Townsend, Tenn. 73, and Pigeon Forge, U.S. 441. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29741. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Little Greenbrier's Lake Marian. Autumn stillness colorfully reflects in Little Greenbrier Lodge's Lake Marian bordering Great Smoky Mountains National Park. High on the mountainside between Townsend, Tenn., on Tennessee Highway 73, and Pigeon Forge, Tenn., on U.S. Highway 441, is the lodge which overlooks the lake and adjoining Craig Farm's Polled Hereford pastures on the floor of beautiful Wear's Valley." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Little Pigeon River, along U.S. 441 east of Gatlinburg, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. P12904. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 806 Church St., Nashville, Tenn. "Beautiful Mountain Streams delight the tourist, as this one along U.S. 441 on the Little Pigeon River, east of Gatlinburg, Tenn., in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Color by Hugh Morton. 2006-092
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LITTLE PIGEON RIVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 9. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Little River Gorge, near Townsend entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-25748. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Little River Gorge. Spring greets Little River Gorge near Townsend entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Laurel Lake (foreground) is visible from road used by pioneers crossing Rich Mountain to reach Cades Cove. Little River and Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73) wind along base of ridges at center of picture." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Little River Gorge. Now and Then - No. 1. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 773-E. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Now and Then - No. 1. Little River Gorge. Now: Rock overhang on Little River Gorge Road in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is in one of the most scenic areas of the Park. The road was built on the Little River Lumber Company's Little River Railroad bed about 1927 after the company had cut timber in the area. Then: About 1910, Little River Railroad Engine 105 comes around the same bend. It was the last engine to make the run all the way to Elkmont late in 1925 before the rails were removed. Train photo courtesy of Vic Weals, author of "Last Train to Elkmont," a book of interesting stories of logging days. Engine 105, a 2-6-2, built by Baldwin in 1904, proved too light to pull logging trains and was used for other duty, including posing for pictures. That resulted in it being named the "post card engine."" © - Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Little Tennessee At Tallassee. View from U.S. 129, 20 miles southeast of Maryville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29747. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Little Tennessee At Tallassee. Overlooking Aluminum Company of America's Chilhowee Dam on Little Tennessee River is 4-948-foot Gregory's Bald in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. View from U.S. Highway 129 is 20 miles southeast of Maryville, Tenn., at Tallassee, site of Cherokee Indian Village when white men began settling area in late 1700s. Lowest point in park, 857 feet above sea level, is nearby." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LOOKING EAST FROM ELKMONT ROAD. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 3351-29. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED." PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2002-077
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LOOKING EAST FROM GATLINBURG, MT. GUYOT IN DISTANCE (HIGHEST PEAK EAST OF ROCKIES). GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3352-29. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED." PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park LOOP TUNNEL FRAMES THE CHIMNEYS. Near U.S. 441, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P39819. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. PUB. BY TENNESSEE TRUCOLOR INC., GATLINBURG, TENN. "LOOP TUNNEL FRAMES THE CHIMNEYS. The tops of the Chimneys tower above the road emerging from the remarkable Loop Overpass of U.S. 441 where the highway actually makes a loop and crosses over itself." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Making Sorghum Molasses. Near Cades Cove and Townsend, Tenn., Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29751. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Making Sorghum Molasses. Cane grown nearby is hand fed into mule powered cane mill, demonstrating how pioneer Cades Cove residents made sorghum molasses. Cane juice is taken to large metal vat under shed at left, cooked until it thickens, skimmed and cooled. Pioneer Becky Cable lived in farm house nearby on Loop Road in Cades Cove which is near Townsend entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Tennessee Highway 73." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Maloney Point Overlook on the Little River Road near Fightin Creek Gap. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Pub. by Aerial Photography Service, Inc., Charlotte, N.C. Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., 1987.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park METHODIST CHURCH, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee-North Carolina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 99736-C. Chrome. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tenn. "METHODIST CHURCH, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee-North Carolina. Four churches filled the religious needs of Cades Cove residents. Two were Methodist and two Baptist. This Church, built in 1902, replaced an old log structure." © Buckhorn Press - Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH IN CADES COVE. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee-North Carolina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 57597-D. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tenn. "MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH IN CADES COVE. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee-North Carolina. At one time 114 members were enrolled here. This church, built in 1894, was moved from its original location on Hyatt Hill to its present location in 1916." © 1969 Buckhorn Press. Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mount LeConte, Altitude 6593 Feet, in Great Smoky Mountains National Park – 98-D-16. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 36782. Kodachrome by C. H. Ruth. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest National Park in Eastern America, is one of the greatest of Nature's displays. It straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MOUNT LECONTE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN. NEAR KNOXVILLE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3356-29. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED.” PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MOUNTAIN RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. IC-P1948. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. PHOTOCHROM” POST CARD. K.5–HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. – © CURT TEICH & CO., INC. MOUNTAIN RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM. This native mountain flower, which can be found with pink or purple blossoms, blooms during the month of June. Rhododendron is a large shrub or small tree with evergreen leaves, which forms impenetrable thickets. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mountaineers Home on Land of the Atlantic Lumber Co. in Tennessee. Sepia tone. Real photo. Vintage. Divided back. Postmark: Boston, Mass., 1912. 2017-052
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MT. LE CONTE FROM SCENIC LOOP, GREAT SMOKY MT. NATIONAL PARK. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. © W. M. CLINE CO. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MT. LE CONTE FROM SNOOTY PINE RIDGE. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Knoxville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. K-177-D-3. 45397. Photo. Dextone, Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. Pub. by Thompson's Incorporated, Knoxville, Tenn. Ektachrome by Jim Thompson.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MT. LECONTE AND PHI BETA PI SETTLEMENT SCHOOL AT GATLINBURG. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3357-29. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., “C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED.” PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MT. LECONTE FROM "THE LOOK-OUT." Sepia tone. White border. Vintage. Undivided back. Real photo. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park MT. LECONTE FROM CAT STAIRS. HUGGIN'S HELL, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Two views. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 126420. © THOMPSON BROS. TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. PUB. BY KNOXVILLE ENGRAVING CO., KNOXVILLE, TENN. MSS 178
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-27. THE LOOP ON MAIN HIGHWAY THROUGH GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 45751. Linen. Miller Art Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The Loop is one of the unique features on the Newfound Gap Highway in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here the road makes one complete circle instead of four sharp curves that were on the old road at this point. From the Loop can be seen the famous Chimney Tops, which is one of the most rugged and picturesque peaks of the Smokies." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N280. OCONALUFTY RIVER NEAR CHEROKEE INDIAN RESERVATION. ADJOINING GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. 46994. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 1998-029
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N308. DUCK HAWK ON THE SIDE OF MOUNT LECONTE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 46701. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Near the Alum Cave Bluff, on the south side of majestic Mt. LeConte, is the thin, leading ridge with jagged points known as Duck Hawk Peaks. Under the over-hanging left side of the spectacular point a pair of duck hawks - a favorite falcon - has nested for many years. It takes a venturesome hiker or bird lover to scale the steep face of these peaks. Through these narrow ridges are holes or "windows."" 1996-106
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-31. THE LOOP-OVER ON NEWFOUND GAP HIGHWAY IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 45752. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "The Loop-Over is one of the most unique features on the Newfound Gap Highway in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here the road makes one complete circle instead of four sharp curves that were on the old road at this point. From the Loop-Over can be seen the famous Chimney Tops, which is one of the most rugged and picturesque peaks of the Smokies." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N311. LOOKING DOWN TENNESSEE RIVER NEAR TAPOCO IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. 46704. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 882
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N314. SHARP TOP MOUNTAIN IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 46707. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "SHARP TOP is at the northeastern end of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The house in the foreground is a typical home of the mountaineers who reside in the foothills of east Tennessee and Western North Carolina mountains."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-400. VIEW IN AUTUMN, SHOWING "THE LOOP-OVER", ON NEWFOUND GAP HIGHWAY. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. E-4454. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The Loop-Over is one of the most unique features on the Newfound Gap Highway in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here to road makes one complete circle instead of four sharp curves that were on the old road at this point. From the Loop-Over can be seen the famous Chimney Tops, which is one of the most rugged and picturesque peaks of the Smokies."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-414. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SPEAKING AT THE DEDICATION OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. LAURA SPELMAN ROCKEFELLER MEMORIAL. PHOTO BY TENN. DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-4772. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the peoples and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller." 2009-027
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-414. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SPEAKING AT THE DEDICATION OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. LAURA SPELMAN ROCKEFELLER MEMORIAL. PHOTO BY TENN. DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-4772. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The following inscription appears on the plaque of this memorial: "For the permanent enjoyment of the people, this park was given one half by the peoples and states of North Carolina and Tennessee and by the United States of America, and one half in memory of Laura Spelman Rockefeller by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, founded by her husband, John D. Rockefeller." 2016-033
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-418. OVERLOOKING HIGHWAY BETWEEN ELKMONT AND GATLINBURG, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-4778. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-420. LITTLE RIVER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. IN BACKGROUND. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. E-4777. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "This glimpse of the headwaters of Little River is typical of the many streams in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Rainbow trout and black bass abound here, while at higher elevations where the water is colder, only rainbow trout are found. Extensive restocking of these streams is being done by the National Park Service and by local chapters of the Izaak Walton League." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-435. MOUNT STERLING FROM COVE CREEK GAP AT SUNSET. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. E-4783. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 1996-106
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-462. "The Great Smokies," poem by Harry Russell Wilkins. Color. Two views. Divided back. © 1940, N. R. Wilkins. No. E-4965. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2013-003
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-476. WILEY OAKLEY, "THE ROAMING MAN OF THE MOUNTAINS", GATLINBURG, TENN. A SCENE ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL, IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-5048. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. For nearly 40 years Wiley Oakley has been guiding hunters and tourists through the Smokies–among these being noted persons as Henry Ford, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and Kate Smith, the singer. He has appeared on the radio and recently has written a book entitled "Roaming with the Roaming Man of the Mountains," which tells of some of his experiences. A natural woodsman, he is never happier than when out among the trees, birds, and wild animals, and he is a familiar and well-loved sight to the visitors of this section. 1996-106
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-477. WILEY OAKLEY, "THE ROAMING MAN OF THE MOUNTAINS" NEAR GATLINBURG, TENN. A SCENE IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-5045. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "For nearly 40 years Wiley Oakley has been guiding hunters and tourists through the Smokies-among these being such noted persons as Henry Ford, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and Kate Smith, the singer. He has appeared on the radio and recently has written a book entitled "Roaming with the Roaming Man of the Mountains," which tells of some of his experiences. A natural woodsman, he is never happier than when out among the trees, birds, and wild animals, and he is a familiar and well-loved sight to the visitors to this section." 2016-033
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-530. THE CHIMNEY TOPS FROM LITTLE PIGEON RIVER BY MOONLIGHT. THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-6492. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-603. TROUT FISHING IN ONE OF THE NUMEROUS STREAMS, IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. PHOTO BY TENN. STATE DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. E-5745. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "One of the greatest of nature's displays is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest National Park in Eastern America. This park straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within the borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams." THS 882
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-702. "UNEXPECTED COMPANY" IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Black bear. Color. White border. Divided back. E-6668. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N703. SUNRISE IN NANTAHALA GORGE, ADJOINING GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 46718. Linen. Metrocraft, Everett, Mass. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-709. LAUREL FALLS, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-6671. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "One of the greatest of nature's displays is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest national park in Eastern America. This park straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park N-911. BRIDAL VEIL FALLS. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-6675. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park NEAR NEWFOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 13. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park NEWFOUND GAP – ELEVATION 5040 FEET. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN NATL. PARK. Sepia tone. White border. Captions. Undivided back. No. 1-K-97. COPYRIGHT 1937 W. M. CLINE - CLINE STUDIO CHATTANOOGA, TENN. PUBLISHED BY CLINE PHOTO CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Newfound Gap Highway thru Great Smoky Mountains National Park – 98-D-20. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 36786. Kodachrome by C. H. Ruth. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Newfound Gap. On U.S. Highway 441 between Gatlinburg, Tenn. and Cherokee, N.C. Snow. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-25753. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Newfound Gap. U.S. Highway 441 between Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Cherokee, N.C., crosses the main range of Great Smoky Mountains and Tennessee-North Carolina state line at Newfound Gap, just above the 5,000-foot elevation marker. Total snow accumulation at Newfound Gap during winter of 1959-60 set all-time record of 212½ inches." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park One of the Tunnels on Newfound Gap Highway, in Great Smoky Mountains National Park – 98-D-18. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 36784. Kodachrome by C. H. Ruth. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest National Park in Eastern America, is one of the greatest of Nature's displays. It straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range, which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park OUTDOOR KITCHEN, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. B-28. COPYRIGHT JIM THOMPSON CO. GLOSS TONE. MFD. BY FORT WAYNE PRINTING CO., FORT WAYNE, IND.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Park Headquarters and Administration Building – Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 264. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 72555. © Copyright W. M. Cline. Linen. "TICHNOR QUALITY VIEWS." MADE ONLY BY TICHNOR BROS., INC., BOSTON, MASS. PUBLISHED ONLY BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the newest of our national backgrounds. In the park are to be found the most majestic mountains in the East and the greatest variety of trees and plants in an equal area in the World. Fine paved highways lead through the Park and trails lead to the more inaccessible parts of the region." THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Parking Area at Newfound Gap, Alt. 5048 Ft. As Seen from Rockefeller Memorial. #502 (top). #9A-H2489 (bottom).
Great Smoky Mountains National Park PARKING AREA AT NEWFOUND GAP. Aerial. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P39829. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS. PUB. BY TENNESSEE TRUCOLOR INC., GATLINBURG, TENN. "PARKING AREA AT NEWFOUND GAP. At this natural dividing line between Tennessee and North Carolina in the Smokies, the visitor can stop and leisurely survey the breathtaking panorama that unfolds before him" Color by Harold Melton. 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Peery's Mill. Midway between Maryville and Townsend, Tenn., at western gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-20403. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Peery's Mill. Along picturesque Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73) in Little River Gorge is Peery's Mill. Still in use, the mill uses water power to grind corn into meal. It is about midway between Maryville and Townsend, Tenn., at the scenic western gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park PETER CABLE PLACE - CADES COVE - GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 25780. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR VIEWS. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "PETER CABLE PLACE – CADES COVE – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK – This is one of the oldest cabins in the Cove, and illustrates exceptionally fine workmanship. Peter Cable, the 3rd oldest settler, is said to have taken three years to complete the original building. A smoke house and granary are standing nearby." Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park PIONEER FARM, located on U.S. 441 in the southern area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P39818. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Tennessee Trucolor Inc., Gatlinburg, Tenn. "PIONEER FARM. Nestled down in the southern area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on U.S. 441, is this splendid re-creation of a rustic, picturesque pioneer community. Time reverses itself in the simple stillness of this picture of a bygone era." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park PIONEER FARMSTEAD – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 65030. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. PIONEER HOMESTEAD – GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Located about north of Cherokee, N.C. on U.S. Highway 441. This group of pioneer buildings represents an outdoor display which is closely related to the exhibits in the Oconaluftee Visitor Center. THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH. CADES COVE, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee – North Carolina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 72724-C. Chrome. Pub. by Buckhorn Press, Box 407, Gatlinburg, Tenn. "PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH. CADES COVE, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee – North Carolina. Organized in 1827. This frame building was erected to replace an old log structure. Much of the history of Cades Cove and its people is recorded on the markers in the churchyard." © Buckhorn Press - Color Photo by Gene Aiken. 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park RAINBOW FALLS GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 47079. Linen. © Jim Thompson Co. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Made in U.S.A. 2013-003
Great Smoky Mountains National Park RAINBOW FALLS ON LECONTE CREEK. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN. NEAR KNOXVILLE. Color. White border. Divided back. 3354-29. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. American Art Colored." Published by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rainbow Falls, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-20406. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. Photo by Dean Stone. "Rainbow Falls. Highest falls in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Rainbow Falls plunges over a sheer 70-foot drop at an elevation of 4,200 feet. The falls is about halfway between Cherokee Orchard and the top of Mt. LeConte and can be reached only by trail which accommodates both hikers and horses." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park REDBUD AND RHODODENDRON, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 11. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rhododendron On Andrews Bald, Forney Ridge Parking Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. 37801. "Rhododendron on Andrews Bald is two miles from Forney Ridge parking area in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The bald, one of several such unique grassy mountain tops in the Smokies, is at an elevation of 5,860 feet, southeast of Clingmans Dome. The rose-purple blossoms of the Catawba Rhododendron usually reach their peak about mid-June." © Dean Stone, photographer. 2010-018
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ROAD APPROACHING ELKMONT FROM GATLINBURG–9. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 3923 N. Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee. "State maintained highways carry the motorist to the most interesting points in the Great Smoky Mountains. This scene is on the One Hundred Mile Scenic Loop, which starts and ends at Knoxville. The beautiful Rhododendron is one of the most prolific wild flowers of the 565 varieties which bloom profusely in this park during the season." 1994-008
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Road Leading into Cades Cove, with Smoky Mts. Range shown in distance, near Knoxville, Tenn.–59. Color. White border. Divided back. 3567-N. © Thompson Co. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ROADWAY TO THE SMOKIES THROUGH CADE'S COVE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, NEAR KNOXVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 126422. © Thompson Bros. Tichnor Quality Views. Pub. by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. """The Great Smoky Mountains are located 35 miles from Knoxville. They are pictures of unbelievable beauty. Streams dashing against rocks, and over cascades, waterfalls in various heights, precipitous cliffs, peaks and bluffs and an ever-changing variety of color meet the eye at every turn. Seven peaks rise to an altitude of more than 6000 feet. Seven states can be seen from Mt. LeConte which is the highest peak in the range. It rises 6680 feet above sea level. The Great Smokies cover 704,000 acres.
""KNOXVILLE–GATEWAY TO THE GREAT SMOKIES.""" THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ROARING FORK, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 4. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ROCK GARDEN, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 6. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rough Water. © L.E.J. No. 38. Great Smoky Mtn. Series. Sepia tone. White border. Divided back. Mountain rapids. An Art Photograph POST CARD By L. E. Jones (Woodstock, NY). Copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park ROUND TOP MOUNTAIN NEAR LINE SPRINGS–7. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 3808 N. © Thompson Co. Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee. "The Sugarland Mountains afford an excellent view of Mt. LeConte and Bull Head. The new Indian Gap highway passes along the Sugarland valley. On the side of the Sugarland are the sharp promontories known as the Chimney Tops. The beautiful Rhododendron is one of the most prolific wild flowers of the 565 varieties, which bloom profusely in this park during the season." THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SAWTEETH, MT. GUYOT, MT. CHAPMAN, FROM THE JUMP OFF, GREAT SMOKY MTN. NATL. PARK. COPYRIGHT 1936 W. M. CLINE, CLINE STUDIOS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1-I-82. Black and white. White border. Undivided back. Photo. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SCENE IN INDIAN CAVE, NEAR "GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN." Color. White border. Divided back. No. OA3430. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. American Art Colored." Published by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SCENE ON LITTLE PIGEON RIVER. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. IC-P1960. Chrome. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTOCHROM" POST CARD. K-17–HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. SCENE ON LITTLE PIGEON RIVER. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There are numerous rustic bridges in the park, such as crossing the Little Pigeon River, shown on this card. The streams in the park are lined with Mountain Laurel, Rhododendron, and other flowering bushes. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Scenes of Appalachia. Multiple views, Museum of Appalachia, Norris, Tenn. Color. Oversized card. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 784-E. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. Scenes of Appalachia. Appalachian skills are many. A few of those being maintained by area residents are depicted on this card, reflecting some of the activities at the Museum of Appalachia's annual Tennessee Fall Homecoming held the second full weekend of October each year since it was founded in 1980 by John Rice Irwin. The 60-acre museum, located at Norris, Tennessee, is the nation's largest museum of pioneer life with approximately 30 buildings and half a million items. Starting at top left and proceeding clockwise, photographs on the front show riving of shakes (the making of wooden roof shingles), doing hand laundry, making brooms, picking a tune, a potter at work, quilting, and carving a bowl from wood. Many of these skills are being preserved as part of the heritage of the southern Appalachians and may be seen in other areas around the Great Smoky Mountains. The Homecoming has consistently been voted one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association and one of the Top Twenty October events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. It is one of the nation's largest and most authentic old-time mountain, craft, and music festivals involving hundreds of musicians and Appalachian mountain folk. The Museum, which was founded by Irwin who is director, is open year around." © Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Scenic Little River Gorge, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1-27592. Chrome. View-O-Gram. Baxtone, Box 175, Amarillo, Texas. Made in U.S.A. Color by Lee Caskey. "Scenic Little River Gorge, a favorite spot for thousands of visitors in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SMOKY MOUNTAIN TRAILWAYS BUS AT NEWFOUND GAP ON HIGHWAY THRU GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. E-8296. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. Smoky Mountains Trailways will take you through the heart of America's favorite park. You'll travel via "scenery level" routes along hillsides covered with blooming laurel, past the Cherokee Indian Reservation, through historic Newfound Gap. These and many other scenic wonders await you when you buy either a North-South or East-West ticket along the Trans-Park Highway between Knoxville, Tennessee and Asheville, North Carolina. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SMOKY RANGE ON TRAIL TO GREGORY. ONE OF THE CHIMNEY TOPS, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. 126419. © Thompson Bros. Tichnor Quality Views. Pub. by Knoxville Engraving Co., Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SNOW IN CADES COVE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Oversized. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. SNOW IN CADES COVE. This February scene along Loop Road reflects the frontier atmosphere being preserved by Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Cades Cove. Today wild deer, cattle herds, wild turkeys, black bears, grist mill, cabins, and churches may be seen as they were when frontiersmen settled the valley in the heart of the Cherokee Indian domain prior to 1790. The cove is near the park's Townsend entrance, 17 miles east of Maryville, Tenn., on Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73). Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Snowy Smoky Trail, U.S. Highway 441, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-29743. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Snowy Smoky Trail. U.S. Highway 441, seldom closed despite heavy winter snowfalls, looks like a snowy trail in January view near 3,350 feet elevation in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Combination of hoar frost (frozen fog) and snow on trees adds to beauty of winter. Sun has melted snow from Chimney Tops at right. At lower Left is entrance to one of two tunnels on U.S. 441 between Park Headquarters and Newfound Gap." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. D-6187. 18 views & cover. HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" CREATION. Scene on Newfound Gap Highway. Mt. LeConte, Alt. 6,593 ft. Purple Rhododendron in Bloom. Clingman's Dome, Alt. 6,642 ft. Newfound Gap Highway. Clingman's Dome Parking Area. Looking Towards One of the Tunnels on Newfound Gap Highway. A Distant View of the "Loop-Over." "Cautioning the Family" (bears). Chimney Tops. Laurel Falls. Typical Home (cabin). Alum Cave Bluffs. Rainbow Falls. "Cherokee Indian Squaw with her Papoose." Parking Area at Newfound Gap. Rustic Bridge Across a Stream. Scene Along Skyline Drive Between Newfound Gap and Clingman's Dome. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Souvenir folder, Multiple views: The GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK: A TRIP ALONG THE NEWFOUND GAP HIGHWAY TO THE TOP OF CLINGMAN'S DOME. Color. Narrative on reverse. 18 views & cover. PUBLISHED ONLY BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. View from Newfound Gap Parking Area. The Skyway to Clingman's Dome. Looking into North Carolina from Newfound Gap. Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial. Black Bears. Parking Area at Clingman's Dome. View from Parking Area, Clingman's Dome. Observation Tower atop Clingman's Dome. Mt. LeConte as Seen from the Observatin Tower. Park Headquarters and Administration Building. Newfound Gap and Bullhead Mountain. The Chimney Tops and Newfound Gap Highway. Newfound Gap Highway as Seen from the Chimney Tops. Tunnel and the Chimney Tops. The Loop Underpass and the Chimney Tops. "The Loop" on Newfound Gap Highway. Parking Area at Newfound Gap as Seen from the Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial. THS 900
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SPINNING AT A MOUNTAIN CABIN. Greyscale. White border. Photo. Divided back. No. I-K-19. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1996-101
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SPRING SPARKLED WATER ALONG 441, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. P39827. Chrome. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Pub. by Tennessee Trucolor Inc., Gatlinburg, Tenn. "SPRING SPARKLED WATER ALONG 441. U.S. Highway 441 through the hear of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park affords the visitor many delightful views, among them this enchanting vista of spring dappled water threading its way through the forest." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park STREAM DETAIL, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 12. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SUGARLAND MOUNTAIN, ROAD FROM GATLINBURG TO ELKMONT–6. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 3807 N. PHOTO COPYRIGHT BY ROBIN THOMPSON. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE. "Mt. Guyot is on the Tennessee-North Carolina state line. Here you will find dense forests of balsam and spruce, with the shrubs, wild flowers, mosses and fungi, which are indigenous to the Canadian floral zone." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sugarlands Visitor Center, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-25743. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Sugarlands Visitor Center. Natural history exhibits of Great Smoky Mountains National Park are featured in new Sugarlands Visitor Center near intersection of U.S. 441 and Tennessee Highway 73 at Park Headquarters. Center bears name of surrounding area covered by an abundant growth of maple trees, the sap of which provided sweetening for pioneers." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SUMMER AND WINTER VIEW OF RAINBOW FALLS. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, NEAR KNOXVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 126418. Tichnor Quality Views. Pub. by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. """The Great Smoky Mountains are located 35 miles from Knoxville. They are pictures of unbelievable beauty. Streams dashing against rocks, and over cascades, waterfalls in various heights, precipitous cliffs, peaks and bluffs and an ever-changing variety of color meet the eye at every turn. Seven peaks rise to an altitude of more than 6000 feet. Seven states can be seen from Mt. LeConte which is the highest peak in the range. It rises 6680 feet above sea level. The Great Smokies cover 704,000 acres.
""KNOXVILLE–GATEWAY TO THE GREAT SMOKIES.""" THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sunrise as Seen from Parking Area at Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 204. Photo Cline Studios. 69941. Color. White border. Divided back. Linen. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. Published Only by Cline Photo Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. 1998-030
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SUNRISE FROM MT. LECONTE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. White border. Divided back. 3349-29. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. American Art Colored." Published by Standard News Agency Co., Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Sunrise in the Smokies. A show of color as seen in this view from Maryville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-20407. Chrome. Photo by Dean Stone. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "Sunrise in the Smokies. Sixteen peaks above 6,000 feet stand guard along the main divide of 500,000-acre Great Smoky Mountains National Park near the Tennessee-North Carolina state line. The Smokies got their name from the haze which rises above them from dense vegetation which includes 1,300 species of flowering plants. Sunrise over the Smokies is a rapidly changing show of color as seen in this view from Maryville, Tenn." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SUNRISE. Great Smoky Mountains. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 35177. Chrome. © SOUVENIRS OF SMOKIES, 1138 WEARS VALLEY ROAD, PIGEON FORGE, TN 37863. PHONE (865) 453-5340. SUNRISE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. The sun slowly colors the early morning with a bright glow under a blanket of low flying clouds. 2021-108
Great Smoky Mountains National Park SUNSET NEAR NEWFOUND GAP, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS. JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT'S TENNESSEE. Title on reverse. #TN 18. DAN KENNEDY AND FRIENDS, P.O. BOX 4340, LEXINGTON, KY 40544. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMES ARCHAMBEAULT ©. 1996-068 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park T 15. "THAT OLD CABIN HOME." (Prose) Color. © 1946 by Harry Russell Wilkins. Divided back. 82001. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "Far from all the turmoil of a busy world
There's an old log-cabin on a mountain side.
Oh, the happiness packed in that humble home!
Snug within its walls, faith, hope and love abide."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park T-18. A Cherokee Indian Basket Maker on Cherokee Indian Reservation adjoining Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 87652. Linen. PUB. BY THE ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "Located on the extreme western boundary of North Carolina and adjoining the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Qualla Reservation, consisting of 63,000 acres, represents a typical part of the vast mountain domain that once was owned and occupied by the Cherokee Indians. In the Cherokee Hall of Fame, three names are written above all others – Chief Junaluska, a warrior statesman; Sequoyah, who devised a language for the Cherokees and a printing press for its use and Tsali, the greatest hero of all who gave his life so that the remainder of the Cherokees could live on their original land." 1998-029
Great Smoky Mountains National Park TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN CRAFTS – SPINNING. Greyscale. White border. Photo. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. I-K-19. © COPYRIGHT W. M. CLINE. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1996-119
Great Smoky Mountains National Park TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN CRAFTS – SPINNING. Greyscale. White border. Photo. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. I-K-19. © COPYRIGHT W. M. CLINE. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THS 995
Great Smoky Mountains National Park The Chimney Tops, Altitude 4740 Feet, in Great Smoky Mountains National Park – 98-D-17. Kodachrome by C. H. Ruth. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 36783. ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. "The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest National Park in Eastern America, is one of the greatest of Nature's displays. It straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park THE CHIMNEY TOPS–17. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 29091. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN.–MADE IN U.S.A. The Chimney Tops, classed among the sharpest promontories in the Great Smokies, are on the side of Sugarland mountains. The new Indian Gap Highway passes at the base of the Chimneys. THS 1001
Great Smoky Mountains National Park THE CHIMNEY TOPS–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. B-29. COPYRIGHT–JIM THOMPSON CO. Photo. GLOSS TONE. PUB. BY MONCIER'S INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park THE LOWER TUNNEL WITH THE CHIMNEY TOPS. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1C-P1955. Chrome. "GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. PHOTOCHROM” POST CARD.
K-12–HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. PHOTO BY THOMPSON'S KNOXVILLE." THE LOWER TUNNEL WITH THE CHIMNEY TOPS. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There are many spectacular views and engineering features along the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway. Here we see the upper end of the lower tunnel, with the Chimney Tops rising majestically in the left background. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park THE PROPHET OF THE GREAT SMOKY MTNS. Black & white. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co., No. I-I-271. A PHOTOGRAPH CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2018-034
Great Smoky Mountains National Park The Sinks, Little River Gorge, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. C-20404. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. "The Sinks. A swift waterfalls and deep sink hole, known as The Sinks, are among the attractions in scenic Little River Gorge of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Located at the Blount-Sevier county line, The Sinks are 10 miles east of Townsend, Tenn., near the western entrance to the Park on Great Smoky Mountains Highway (Tenn. 73)." Photo by Dean Stone. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park The Skyway to Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 215. © W. M. Cline. 65690. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Linen. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. Published Only By W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "This is the highest highway in Eastern America. It travels along the main range of the Smokies, beginning at an elevation of 5045 feet at Newfound Gap and reaching 6311 feet at the parking area at Clingman's Dome. Breathtaking views are to be had from many vantage points and frequently black bear may be seen along the road."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Thunderhead from Foothills Parkway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Snow-covered 5,527-foot Thunderhead Mountain astride the Tennessee-North Carolina state line as seen from the Foothills Parkway near Walland, Tennessee. Best views of Great Smoky Mountains National Park will be available from the 72-mile long parkway once the road paralleling the northwestern boundary of the park is completed. Conceived in 1923, the Parkway was approved by Congress in 1944, construction began in 1960 on the right-of-way purchased by Tennessee. By 2001, approximately 24 miles were open to traffic." © Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park THUNDERHEAD MOUNTAIN–4. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 3805. Linen. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn.–Made in U.S.A. "This mountain has three peaks, called Rocky Top, Thunderhead, and Laurel Top. From the summit an excellent view is obtainable of the border-line between Tennessee and North Carolina. The route to Thunderhead leads over Rich Mountain. The beautiful Rhododendron is one of the most prolific wild flowers of the 565 varieties, which bloom profusely in this park during the season."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park THUNDERHEAD MOUNTAIN–4. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN.–N.C. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3805. Linen. © Robin Thompson. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN.–MADE IN U.S.A. "This mountain has three peaks, called Rocky Top, Thunderhead, and Laurel Top. From the summit an excellent view is obtainable of the rugged border-line between Tennessee and North Carolina. The route to Thunderhead leads over Rich Mountain. The beautiful Rhododendron is one of the most prolific wild flowers of the 565 varieties, which bloom profusely in this park during the season." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Touch of Clouds in Cades Cove. A touch of clouds is common in views of Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Green border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-24. Photo. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tennessee 37803-5634. "Touch of Clouds in Cades Cove. A touch of clouds is common in views of Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Scene looking toward Pole Knob is across the world famous 6,853-acre cove from the 11-mile, one-way, Loop Road around the cove. The drive provides excellent views of the scenery as well as wildlife, including white-tailed deer and black bears. Cove is near the Townsend, Tennessee entrance to the park reached from U.S. 321." © - Dean Stone, photographer. RG 344
Great Smoky Mountains National Park TRAIL TO OBSERVATION TOWER ON CLINGSMANS DOME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 53044-B. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUBLISHED BY HAYNES DISTRIBUTING CO., 2930 FLEETWOOD AVE., S.W., ROANOKE, VA. "THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Entrance to observation tower trail on Clingmans Dome at parking area. The trail leads to the summit of Clingman's Dome, the highest mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The trail which is slightly over ½ mile, ascends approximately 330 feet altitude in that distance. The tower at the summit, which is half in Tennessee and half in North Carolina, provides the observer with a panoramic view of the mountains and valleys, weather permitting.
Photography by Joyce L. Haynes." THS 999
Great Smoky Mountains National Park TYPICAL BATHING SCENE AT DAM. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. 3355-29. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. American Art Colored." Published by Standard News Co., Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park TYPICAL MOUNTAIN HOME–GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. B-26. Photo. © JIM THOMPSON CO. GLOSS TONE. MFD. BY FORT WAYNE PRINTING CO., FORT WAYNE, IND. PUB. BY MONCIER'S, INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. THS 900
Great Smoky Mountains National Park VIEW OF CAMP LIFE ON MT. LECONTE. "GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENN." Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. OA3429. © JIM THOMPSON CO., KNOXVILLE, TENN. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. "C.T. American Art Colored." Published by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park View of Mt. LeConte from the parking area at Newfound Gap, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. P1897. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. SOMERSET POST CARD CO., JENNERSTOWN, PA. View of Mt. LeConte from the parking area at Newfound Gap, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 2018-071
Great Smoky Mountains National Park VIEW SHOWING MT. LECONTE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, NEAR KNOXVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 130245. Tichnor Quality Views. Pub. by Standard News Co., Knoxville, Tenn. """The Great Smoky Mountains are pictures of unbelievable beauty. Streams dashing against rocks, and over cascades, waterfalls in various heights, precipitous cliffs, peaks and bluffs and an ever-changing variety of color meet the eye at every turn. It is a supreme masterpiece of Nature's handiwork. Mt. LeConte, the giant of the Smokies rises from a base of about 1500 feet above sea level to a height of 6680 feet. One may go as far as the famous Cherokee Orchards, approximately half way up LeConte, on horseback or by auto, though the way is steep and rugged. From this point the trail follows a clear sparkling mountain stream almost all the way.
""KNOXVILLE–GATEWAY TO THE GREAT SMOKIES.""" THS
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-13. The Loop-Over showing the Chimney Tops in the Distance, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9A-H2123. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "LOOP-OVER. One of the most spectacular views in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, showing the Chimney Tops in the distance." 2005-058
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-15–Rhododendron Trail, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. OB-H2464. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art Colortone" Post Card. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "The Rhododendron–one of Nature's most beautiful gifts–are to be found in great numbers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. June usually finds the purple-pink Rhododendron at its finest, and the peak of the great White flowering Rhododendron is mid-July."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-15–Rhododendron Trail, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. OB-H2464. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "The Rhododendron–one of Nature's most beautiful gifts–are to be found in great numbers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. June usually finds the purple-pink Rhododendron at its finest, and the peak of the great White flowering Rhododendron in mid-July." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-19–The Lower Tunnel with the Chimney Tops, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Yellow border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2B-H41. Linen. PHOTO BY THOMPSONS, KNOXVILLE. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Harry N. Martin, P.O. Box 324, Asheville, N.C. "There are many spectacular views and engineering features along the Tennessee side of the Newfound Gap Highway. Here we see the upper end of the lower tunnel, with the Chimney Tops rising majestically in the left background." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-20. Alum Cave Bluffs, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2B-H43. PHOTO BY THOMPSON'S KNOXVILLE. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "About half way up the south side of Mt. LeConte is a huge over-hanging cliff, which has long been known as Alum Cave Bluffs. This spectacular spot is on the foot trail from Newfound Gap Highway to the top of Mt. LeConte, and is about two and a half miles from "Grassy Patch" where the cars should be parked when taking this hike." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-4–Newfound Gap Parking Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7B-H2196. Linen. © PHOTO BY THOMPSONS, INC. Genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Post Card. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "NEWFOUND GAP, elevation 5045 feet, is where the road of the same name crosses the main chain of the Great Smokies. There is ample room for parking hundreds of cars in this high gap. At the right is seen the starting point of the impressive Skyway, highly scenic park road, that swings gracefully near the crest of the mountain and climbs gently to an elevation of 6311 feet, near the top of 6642 foot Clingmans Dome–highest peak in the park. A glimpse of this peak is seen in the left background." THS 680
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-5–Mountaineers Cabin. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Linen. © PHOTO BY THOMPSONS, INC. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "TYPICAL MOUNTAINEERS CABIN. Pioneer cabins located throughout the foot-hill section of the Smoky Mountains, add a picturesque interest to the park." 2018-032
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-8–Chimney Tops as seen from Loop-Over Underpass. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7B-H2105. PHOTO BY THOMPSON'S INC. CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. "CHIMNEY TOPS, ALT. 4,755 FT. The "Chimneys" in the Tennessee section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park test the endurance of hardened mountain climbers. The ruggedness cannot be appreciated until one climbs to the top. Excellent views of the Little Pigeon Gorge, the Loop-Over and many other awe-inspiring scenes may be seen from the tops." 1995-046
Great Smoky Mountains National Park W-9–Chimney Tops. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7B-H2103. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. HARRY N. MARTIN, P.O. BOX 324, ASHEVILLE, N.C. CHIMNEY TOPS, ALT. 4,755 FT. The "Chimneys" in the Tennessee section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, test the endurance of hardened mountain climbers. The ruggedness cannot be appreciated until one climbs to the top. Excellent views of the Little Pigeon Gorge, the Loop-Over and many other awe-inspiring scenes may be seen from the tops. 2017-063
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Waterfalls on Roaring Fork Creek, Great Smoky Mountains National Park – 98-D-14. Kodachrome by C. H. Ruth. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 36780. Photo. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest National Park in Eastern America, is one of the greatest of Nature's displays. It straddles the high ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains range which forms the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee. Within its borders there are many mountain peaks over a mile high, deep ravines, precipitous cliffs, waterfalls and numerous mountain streams."
Great Smoky Mountains National Park West Prong of Little Pigeon at Chimneys Campground in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. C-29742. Chrome. Published by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. THS 528
Great Smoky Mountains National Park West Prong, Little Pigeon at Chimneys Campground in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 74562-C. © Dean Stone photo. Pub. by Stonecraft, 1510 Scenic Drive, Maryville, Tenn. 37801. Dexter Press, West Nyack, N.Y. "Shafts of light from setting sun highlight fall colors and turbulent water of West Prong of Little Pigeon River at Chimneys Campground in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wild or passenger pigeons moved in such incredible numbers as to darken the sky in early 19th century, their weight breaking limbs off trees along this stream when they settled to roost, giving the river its name. U.S. 441 bridge is in background." © Dean Stone. 2010-018
Great Smoky Mountains National Park WILD WINGS EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 57547. Chrome. © COLOR-KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "WILD WINGS EXHIBIT, SUGARLANDS VISITOR CENTER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Photographed in Natural Color by Walter Cline." THS 999 NOTICE: This postcard is copyrighted.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park WP-167. A view of the Twin Tunnels on Interstate 40 as it winds south through the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 116875. Chrome. © Color King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "A view of the Twin Tunnels on Interstate 40 as it winds south through the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina in the Jonathan Creek area of Waynesville, North Carolina." Photographed in Natural Color by Ed Carver. THS 680
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