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Natchez Trace ALONG THE NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. Mississippi - Alabama - Tennessee. Color. Map. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-421. © MIRR-KROME CARD by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., San Francisco. Pub. by Deep South Specialties, Inc., P.O. Box 1802, Jackson, Miss. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY … Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Keep Our Parkways Clean." 2016-033
Natchez Trace MERIWETHER LEWIS PARK. Natchez Trace Parkway. Hohenwald, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. S-73902. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. Color. by State of Tenn. "MERIWEATHER (sic) LEWIS PARK. Natchez Trace Parkway. Hohenwald, Tenn. Located at the original spot of "Grinder's Stand" is the Park Museum, open daily from 9 to 5. This museum houses exhibits about Meriweather (Meriwether) Lewis and his significance. Here died and is buried Meriweather (sic) Lewis, who led the expedition that in 1804-5 carried the American flag across the continent to the Pacific." Color By State of Tenn. 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY, TENNESSEE RIVER BRIDGE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. DSC-432. Chrome. Mirro Chrome © Card by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., San Bruno, Cal. 94066. Pub. by Deep South Specialties, Inc., P.O. Box 1802, Jackson, Miss. 39205. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY, TENNESSEE RIVER BRIDGE. The Natchez Trace Parkway crosses the Tennessee River at Pickwick Lake in Alabama via a graceful, arched modern bridge span nearly a mile long." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. HISTORY AT A GLANCE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. NTP-CD9. Chrome. PRINTED BY CONSOLIDATED/DRAKE PRESS. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. HISTORY AT A GLANCE. A mural illustrating the history of the Natchez Trace Parkway is located at the park visitor center. It depicts Native Americans and explorers such as Meriwether Lewis, and displays historic sites, monuments, and battlefields, while highlighting the natural beauty found along the parkway.
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Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. HORSEMAN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-411. Photo. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO. Pub. by Deep South Specialties, Inc., P.O. Box 1802, Jackson, Miss. Color photo by Hubert A. Lowman. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY, HORSEMAN. The man on horseback was a familiar sight along the Old Natchez Trace which was the principal highway connecting Natchez, Mississippi and Nashville, Tennessee during the years 1800 to 1830. Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Prevent Forest Fires." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. Little Mountain Recreation Area. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-413. Photo. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO. Pub. by Deep South Specialties, Inc., P.O. Box 1802, Jackson, Miss. Color photo by D. R. McCormack. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. There are many beautiful, never-to-be-forgotten, scenes along this modern Parkway such as this Autumntime scene of Little Mountain Recreation Area in Choctaw County, Mississippi. Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior. Keep our Parkways Clean." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. MERIWETHER LEWIS MONUMENT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. NTP-12. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY COASTAL EXPOSURES INC., MAINE. © EASTERN NATIONAL PARKS ASSOCIATION. NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. MERIWETHER LEWIS MONUMENT. The broken shaft design of this monument symbolizes a life ended in its prime. Meriwether Lewis, of Lewis and Clark fame, died under mysterious circumstances at Grinder's Inn, 300 yards south of here on the night of October 11, 1809. Lewis was Governor of Louisiana at the time of his death at age 35. Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. METAL FORD. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-417. Photo. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO. Pub. by Deep South Specialties, Inc., P.O. Box 1802, Jackson, Miss. Color photo by Gilbert Ford. "NATCHEZ TRACE, METAL FORD. Here travelers on the Natchez Trace, and important frontier and post road between 1800 and 1830, crossed the Buffalo River. Located on the Parkway just south of Tennessee Hwy. 20. Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Preserve Our Historic Heritage." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. NASHVILLE TO NATCHEZ. Color. White border. Illustration. © 2005 Anderson Thomas Design, Inc. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Anderson Thomas Design, Inc., 116 29th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37203. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. At the Northern end of the 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway, a stunning $14 million dual concrete arch bridge crosses over Tennessee Highway 96. It is the longest concrete arch bridge in the United States, spanning 1648 feet and standing 155 feet high." 2016-033
Natchez Trace Natchez Trace Parkway. Near Franklin, Tennessee. [shows Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge] Color. Title on reverse. Divided back. No. B21139. © Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. Mike Roberts Scenic Art, Inc., Oakland, CA 94623. "Natchez Trace Parkway. Near Franklin, Tennessee." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. Near R. M. Hughes Farm. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. K-14393. Photo. "LUSTERCHROME" Made Only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston 15, Mass. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY AT R. M. HUGHES FARM. South Waynesboro, Tenn. North Collinswood, Tenn." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. Near Wayside Exhibit. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 30503-B. Photo. Scenic South Card Co., Bessemer, Ala. 35020. Dexter Press Co., West Nyack, New York. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. This view shows one of the many markers along the historic parkway administered by the National Park Service. The original Natchez Trace was opened in 1801, it was a road through the wilderness and greatly increased overland travel. It covered a distance of 450 miles from Nashville, Tenn. to Natchez, Miss." Color by Dean Wilson. 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. NPS Sign. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-401. Photo. A MIRRO-KROME CARD BY H. S. CROCKER, CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO. PUBLISHED BY DEEP SOUTH SPECIALTIES, INC., P.O. BOX 1802, JACKSON, MISS. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY … memorializes a series of Indian trails that became a wilderness roadway between Natchez and Nashville, and during 1800-1830 successively a post road and highway binding the Old Southwest to the Union. Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Protect Our Wildlife.
Color Photo by Hubert A. Lowman." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. PARKWAY IN SPRING. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. J-305. 87405309. Jenkins Enterprises, North Little Rock, AR 501-945-2600. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. PARKWAY IN SPRING. Spring provides possibly the most spectacular seasonal views of the parkway. Dogwoods, redbud and the vine-like wisteria add color to the otherwise green backdrop of pines, oaks, beeches, gums and numerous other tree species found growing along the parkway." 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI. NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY BRIDGE. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. NTP-CD2. © Eastern National Park & Monument Association. Printed by Consolidated/Drake Press. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI. NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY BRIDGE. The first precast segmental arch bridge built in the United States, this structure crossing Tennessee Route 96 is 1,648 feet long. Constructed of precast and cast-in-place concrete, units weigh up to 55 tons each. Motorists on the parkway, a lofty 155 feet in the air, enjoy a scenic valley view." NTP-CD2. Photo courtesy Federal Highway Administration. 2016-033
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY. Yowani Overlook and picnic area near French Camp, Mississippi. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-414. Chrome A MIRRO-KROME CARD BY H. S. CROCKER, CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO. PUBLISHED BY DEEP SOUTH SPECIALTIES, INC., P.O. BOX 1802, JACKSON, MISS. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY ... Yowani Overlook and picnic area, near the historical town of French Camp, Mississippi. Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior. Keep Our Parkways Clean.
Color Photo by D. F. McCormack." 2020-052
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE, NATCHEZ, MISS. TO NASHVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 32727N. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(ALL). PHOTO BY EARL NORMAN. NATCHEZ TRACE, NATCHEZ, MISS. TO NASHVILLE, TENN. Once an ancient Indian trail, the Trace is now being converted by the U.S. Government into a national parkway, extending 500 miles from Natchez, Miss., to Nashville, Tenn., at an estimated cost of $25,000,000.00. It closely follows the route used by early pioneers moving in the southwest territory. 2020-052
Natchez Trace NATCHEZ TRACE. NAPIER MINE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. DS-418. Photo. MIRRO-KROME © CARD BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO. Pub. by Deep South Specialties, Inc., P.O. Box 1802, Jackson, Miss. Color photo by Gilbert Ford. "NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY, NAPIER MINE. A wayside exhibit by the abandoned ore pits tells the story of the early iron industry in Tennessee. Located on the Parkway 4 miles south of Tennessee Hwy. 20. Administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Preserve Our Historic Heritage." 2016-033
Natchez Trace Souvenir folder, Multiple views: ALONG THE NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY – Through MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Map. Six images, Map of Natchez Trace from Mississippi to Tennessee. PUB. BY DEEP SOUTH SPECIALTIES, INC., P.O. BOX 1802, JACKSON, MISS. A MIRRO-KROME © PRODUCT BY H. S. CROCKER CO., INC., SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 94103. The Old Trace. Meriwether Lewis Park. Dogwood. Fall Color. Cypress Swamp. Mount Locust. Cover: NPS Sign. 2016-033
Natchez Trace TENNESSEE. [Scenic waterfall] Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 0008. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville, (615) 902-9663. MADE IN USA by Postcard USA. "TENNESSEE: Tennessee is full of majestic cascades, deep chasms, gorges and the most beautiful waterfalls in America. Natchez Trace Parkway." Photo © 2000 by Werner J. Bertsch. 2016-033
Natchez Trace TENNESSEE. A state of horses. Natchez Trace Parkway. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 0005. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville, (615) 902-9663. MADE IN USA by POSTCARD USA. "TENNESSEE. A state of horses. Natchez Trace Parkway." Photo © 2000 by Werner J. Bertsch. 2016-033
Natchez Trace TENNESSEE: THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Natchez Trace Parkway. "Hay" from Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 0018. Published by Cornelius Sales, Nashville, (615) 902-9663. Printed & Distributed by www.PostCardusa.com "TENNESSEE: THE VOLUNTEER STATE. Natchez Trace Parkway." Photo © 2001 by Werner J. Bertsch. 2016-033
New Johnsonville NEW JOHNSONVILLE STEAM PLANT on Tennessee River. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-935. Chrome. Curteichcolor© 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. Thompson's Community Service, Paris, Tenn. "NEW JOHNSONVILLE STEAM PLANT on Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake). This view, from Hickman-Lockhart bridge Highway 70, shows one of T.V.A.'s largest steam plants. Power from this unit supplements electricity generated by a chain of dams created by Tennessee Valley Authority. Guide tours are available daily. The plant is located about half way between Camden and Waverly, Tenn." Color by Gary Moore. 2016-033
New Johnsonville NEW JOHNSONVILLE STEAM PLANT on Tennessee River. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-935. Chrome. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. NEW JOHNSONVILLE STEAM PLANT on Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake). This view, from Hickman-Lockhart bridge Highway 70, shows one of T.V.A.'s largest steam plants. Power from this unit supplements electricity generated by a chain of dams created by Tennessee Valley Authority. Guide tours are available daily. The plant is located about half way between Camden and Waverly, Tenn. Color by Gary Moore.
New Johnsonville NEW JOHNSONVILLE STEAM PLANT on Tennessee River. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-935. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. NEW JOHNSONVILLE STEAM PLANT on Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake). This view, from Hickman-Lockhart Bridge Highway 70, shows one of T.V.A.'s largest steam plants. Power from this unit supplements electricity generated by a chain of dams created by Tennessee Valley Authority. Guide tours are available daily. The plant is located about half way between Camden and Waverly, Tenn. Color by Gary Moore. 2020-044
New Market ENTRANCE TO HIGHLANDER CENTER. Highlander Research and Education Center. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. ENTRANCE TO HIGHLANDER CENTER. Highlander Research and Education Center. 1959 Highlander Way. New Market, Tennessee 37820.
New Market HIGHLANDER BARN. Highlander Research and Education Center. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. HIGHLANDER BARN. Highlander Research and Education Center. 1959 Highlander Way. New Market, Tennessee 37820.
New York American Falls, From Goat Island, Niagara. Color. Undivided back. No. 100485. The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Printed in Gt. Britain.
Newport "HIGH OAKS", HOME OF MRS. L. E. DUNCAN, NEWPORT, TENN. Red tint. #D-3259.
Newport BRYANT TOWN MOTEL, 1510 Cosby Road, Newport, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. R11339. Chrome. JOS. H. ALLEN, JR., INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, INC., ATLANTA, GA., 688-1647. DUKANE PRESS, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA. BRYANT TOWN MOTEL, 1510 Cosby Road, Newport, Tennessee. Phone (615) 623-6006. EZ off - EZ on. 1 Block off I-40. T.V., Pool, Restaurant, Tile Bath, Carpet, one of Newport's newest and finest motels, Gateway to the Great Smokey [sic] Mountains. Shopping centers nearby. Moderate rates, open all year, room phones, credit cards honored. Commercial men welcome. Air conditioned, electric heat. 2021-097
Newport CLIFFS ALONG PIGEON RIVER, NEWPORT, TENN. #123579.
Newport COCKE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, NEWPORT, TENN. #124051.
Newport EAST CORNER OF MAIN STREET, NEWPORT, TENN. Sepia tone.
Newport K-434. THE DOUBLE TUNNEL ON INTERSTATE NO. 40 BETWEEN NEWPORT, TENNESSEE AND ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 50601. Chrome. Asheville Post Card Co., P.O. Box 351, Asheville, N.C. 28802. "K-434. THE DOUBLE TUNNEL ON INTERSTATE NO. 40 BETWEEN NEWPORT, TENNESSEE AND ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. These tunnels are a unique attraction along this highway through beautiful mountains."
Newport N-9. Scene on Pigeon River, Newport, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 8A97. Linen. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. American Art." Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Newport PIGEON RIVER, NEWPORT, TENN. #123578.
Newport RHEA-MIMS HOTEL, NEWPORT, TENN. ALONG THE DIXIE HIGHWAY. #123581.
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – NORRIS, TENN. #35 COPYRIGHT 1938 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 2021-109
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – NORRIS, TENN. #41 Rell Clements. Greyscale, White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., 1938
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – NORRIS, TENN. #47 COPYRIGHT 1938 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 2016-033
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – NORRIS, TENN. #47 COPYRIGHT 1938 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 1998-106
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – NORRIS, TENN. Sepia tone. OX CART DELIVERY. White border. Undivided back. #101 Photo Rell Clements Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 1998-106
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – NORRIS, TENN. Sepia tone. OX CART DELIVERY. White border. Undivided back. #101 Photo Rell Clements Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 2020-039
Norris 18th Century Grist Mill on the T.V.A. Reservation at Norris Dam. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P1918. Chrome. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. An 18th Century Grist Mill, completely restored by the Federal Government, still operates on the T.V.A. Reservation at Norris Dam. The visitor may watch the corn meal being ground, and may purchase a quantity to take home. 2016-033
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST-MILL NORRIS, TENN. #36 COPYRIGHT 1937 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Real photo.
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST-MILL NORRIS, TENN. #36 COPYRIGHT 1937 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer "Presented by Mrs. Margaret H. Richardson, Morristown, Tennessee June 27, 1938.
TSLA Neg. 5777." 2002-079
Norris 18th CENTURY GRIST-MILL, NORRIS, TENN. #41 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., 1938.
Norris 517–OLD RICE GRIST MILL NEAR NORRIS DAM. Color. Divided back. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 29055N. Linen. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. 517–OLD RICE GRIST MILL NEAR NORRIS DAM. Built in 1798 on 'Lost Creek' by James Rice and son, this ancient mill was in continuous operation until 1934, when the TVA moved this rare bit of early America to save it from disappearing beneath the waters of Lake Norris. All moving parts, spokes and dowles (dowells) were fashioned by hand in keeping with details of original construction. Still under supervision by a descendant of James Rice, the creaking mill produces its daily quota of meal which is purchased by thousands of tourists from all over the world. 2016-033
Norris An 18th Century Grist Mill, completely restored by the Federal Government, still operates on the T.V.A. Reservation at Norris Dam. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P1918. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY ADAMS SPECIALTY CO., 327 MAIN ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. An 18th Century Grist Mill, completely restored by the Federal Government, still operates on the T.V.A. Reservation at Norris Dam. The visitor may watch the corn meal being ground and may purchase a quantity to take home. 2016-033
Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. APPALACHIAN HALL OF FAME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 641-E. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "The Appalachian Hall of Fame has been established as a tribute to the men, women and children of Appalachia. Included are the world renowned, unknown, famous, infamous, interesting, diverse and different folks of Appalachia.. ""We simply cannot appreciate where we are today, or understand where we are going tomorrow, unless we understand where, as a culture, we've been in the past. Hopefully, the folks you'll meet here will provide this understanding"" - John Rice Irwin.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. ARNWINE CABIN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 53281-D. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "The Arnwine Cabin, one of the 30 pioneer-type structures at the Museum of Appalachia, is included in the National Register of Historic Places. Built about 1800 and one of the smallest entities in the Register, it was included because of the realistic and accurate portrayal of frontier-pioneer living conditions. Aunt Polly and Julie Arnwine were its last occupants.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. BASKET MAKING. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 48151-D. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Nancy Rose weaves the baskets while husband Russ makes the ""splits"" from white oak at John Rice Irwin's Museum of Appalachia. This living mountain village includes 30 mountain log cabins and more than 400,000 pioneer-frontier relics.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. CHRISTMAS IN OLD APPALACHIA. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 670-E. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Christmas in Old Appalachia is celebrated throughout the month of December at the Museum of Appalachia at Norris, Tennessee. The event includes old-time music, decorated cabins, and is highlighted on a designated day by the ""Shooting of the Anvil.""
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. JOHN RICE IRWIN AND ALEX HALEY. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 64B-CU. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Alex Haley, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of ""Roots,"" visited the Museum of Appalachia in the spring of 1982. ""I loved it so much that I built my home next door and moved back to Tennessee."" Haley (right) leans on arm of cane mill with museum founder John Rice Irwin.
The Museum is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. JULY FOURTH. "ANVIL SHOOT." Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 669-E. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Although the Museum of Appalachia is open the year 'round, the celebrated ""Anvil Shoot"" is demonstrated only on July Fourth and on a designated day during the Christmas season. A practice dating to pioneer times, the anvil is sometimes ""shot"" higher than tall trees.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. LOG CHURCH. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. D95072. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "This little log church, built in 1840, is one of the 30 log structures located in John Rice Irwin's Museum of Appalachia. This living mountain village contains what is believed to be the country's largest collection of pioneer-frontier relics.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. MAKING LYE SOAP. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 99201C. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Making lye soap from wood ashes and meat scraps comes naturally for Jimmie Stooksbury, a native of the valley in which John Rice Irwin's Museum of Appalachia is located. In addition to a display of more than 400,000 pioneer-frontier relics, the museum has periodic pioneer activities such as this.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. MAKING MOLASSES. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. S-13. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "During the second weekend each October, people from throughout the nation gather at the Museum of Appalachia for the annual four-day Tennessee Fall Homecoming. Hundreds of musicians participate and dozens of old-time activities are relived such as molasses grinding photographed on this card.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. MARK TWAIN FAMILY CABIN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 779-E. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "The Mark Twain family cabin was moved here to the Museum of Appalachia from its original location on the Wolfe River in Fentress County, Tennessee - at a place called ""'Possum Trot."" The one-room house, which had fallen into decay, had served as the home to Mark Twain's parents and their children; but Samuel L. Clemens, or Mark Twain as he was known throughout the world, was born in Missouri a few months after his family left Tennessee, giving him the dubious distinction of having been conceived in Tennessee.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. SPRING GARDENING. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. S-14. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "Aside from the collection of more than 400,000 mountain relics and country items, the Museum of Appalachia features a working farm with many farm animals. Roy Sherwood, working in the garden, has been a fixture at the museum since its beginning.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
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Norris MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA. TENNESSEE FALL HOMECOMING. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 666-E. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY STONECRAFT, 1510 SCENIC DRIVE, MARYVILLE, TENN. "The annual Tennessee Fall Homecoming at the Museum of Appalachia each October is a celebration of the culture and heritage of Appalachia with over 400 old-time musicians, singers, craftspeople, artisans and demonstrators of rural, pioneer and mountain activities. The Homecoming was selected as one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association.
The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, one mile off Interstate 75 in Norris, Tennessee. Phone (615) 494-0514 or 494-7680.
© Dean Stone, Photographer." 2020-226 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Norris NL-2. 18th Century Grist Mill near Norris, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3745. Chrome. COLOR KING © A NATURAL COLOR CARD MADE BY W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "NL-2. 18th Century Grist Mill, operated by Southern Highlander's Handicraft Guild. Located on U.S. Highway 441, 18 miles northeast of Knoxville, near Norris, Tennessee.
Ektachrome by Frank Shannon." 2016-033 Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Norris NORRIS DAM MOTEL. 3 Mi. from I-75 at Lake City, Tenn. Located on U.S. Highway 441, Norris, Tenn. Color. Two views: Motel, Norris Dam. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 116.761. Chrome. Clinton Art Studio., Clinton, Tenn. "NORRIS DAM MOTEL. 3 Mi. from I-75 at Lake City, Tenn. Located on U.S. Highway 441, Norris, Tenn. Overlooking beautiful Norris Lake. New and Ultra Modern rooms, with quiet homelike atmosphere, and nice shady lawn. Boating and fishing on Norris Lake. "Beautiful Swimming Pool." Fine Food at adjoining Restaurant. Owned and managed by Mr. & Mrs. Charles Mars. Phone Norris 7258."
Norris NORRIS DAM MOTEL. Located on U.S. Highway 441, Norris, Tenn. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 94374. Chrome. Pub. by Fred W. Stanley, Johnson City, Tenn. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "NORRIS DAM MOTEL. Located on U.S. Highway 441, Norris, Tenn. Overlooking beautiful Norris Lake. New and Ultra Modern rooms, with quiet home-like atmosphere, and nice shady lawn. Boating and fishing on Norris Lake, "Beautiful Swimming Pool." Fine Food at adjoining Restaurant. Owned and managed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mars. Phone Norris 7258." 2016-033
Norris Norris School. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. K-1871. Photo. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. PHOTO-COTE” POST CARD. NORRIS SCHOOL. This school provides for the elementary, secondary and adult education of residents of the Tennessee Valley Authority's town of Norris. Of brick construction, it contains ten classrooms, two laboratories, a music room, nursery school, lunch room, library and a large combination auditorium-gymnasium-theater. It also serves students from a portion of the surrounding rural area. The school is actively cooperating with other educational agencies in developing progressive methods in the educational field. THS
Norris NORRIS SCHOOL. Norris, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Photo. #19 RELL CLEMENTS. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 2017-052
Norris THE OLD GRIST MILL ON U.S. HWY. 441 Near Norris, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 16941. HAYNES DISTRIBUTING CO., 2930 FLEETWOOD AVE., S.W., ROANOKE, VA. "THE OLD GRIST MILLL ON U.S. HWY. 441 Near Norris, Tenn. Operating solely from water power, this old mill is still in operation and is a popular tourist attraction near Norris Dam. This is but one of the many common-sense engineering fete's of our forefathers.
Photo by Joyce L. Haynes." 2016-033
Norris Dam 220. Norris Dam, Near Knoxville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Note on obverse. © W. M. Cline. No. 65695 Published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee. "World Famous Norris Dam was built as the first project of the T.V.A. It is two hundred sixty-five (265) feet high, 1872 feet long and cost $36,000,000. It creates a beautiful lake covering over 80 square miles and with a shore line in excess of 800 miles. Boating, swimming, and bass fishing are enjoyed here." 2016-033
Norris Dam 237. Norris Dam, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. © W. M. Cline. No. 68102. Linen. Published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee. "World Famous Norris Dam was built as the first project of the T.V.A. It is two hundred sixty-five (265) feet high, 1872 feet long and cost $36,000,000. It creates a beautiful lake covering over 80 square miles and with a shore line in excess of 800 miles. Boating, swimming, and bass fishing are enjoyed here." 2016-033
Norris Dam 514–NORRIS DAM, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. No. 27778. 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.–AAY. "Norris Dam, T.V.A. project, is located near the cities of Coal Creek and LaFollette, twenty miles northeast of Knoxville on the Clinch River in Tennessee. The dam, which is 265 feet high, 210 feet thick at base; length of crest 1860 feet; forms Norris Lake, area about 80 square miles, with a shoreline in excess of 800 miles and is designed to regulate the flow of water into the Tennessee River navigation." 2016-033
Norris Dam 515–NORRIS DAM, TENNESSEE. Color. Aerial view. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 26726. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. Removed from Gov. Prentice Cooper Papers (GP 44 - TSLA). Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 8, 1939.
Norris Dam 516–NORRIS DAM SHOWING NORRIS LAKE DURING REGATTA. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 29878. Linen. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–(DBL). Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Norris Dam showing Norris Lake where sail boats and varied types of power boats competed in a series of races at the first regatta ever held on Norris Lake."
Norris Dam 518–A SCENE ON THE TVA FREEWAY, NEAR NORRIS DAM, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 29267. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP, MILWAUKEE, WIS. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Scene on the Tennessee Valley Authority's heavy duty concrete access highway. No sign boards mar the route, which is also free from sharp turns, a multiplicity of cross roads and other hazards." 2016-033
Norris Dam 518–A SCENE ON THE TVA FREEWAY, NEAR NORRIS DAM, TENN. Color. Red border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 29267N. Linen. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–(CCY). Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "Scenic drives like this greet the visitor traveling along the Tennessee Valley Authority's heavy duty concrete access highways. The panoramic views change with each season. Mother nature does not use her paint pots sparingly here. Landscapes and skies are colorful." THS 989
Norris Dam 531–MOTOR BOATS AT NORRIS DAM. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 10127. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. "Power boats now skim across the surface of Norris reservoir as fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts recognize its possibilities as a recreational area. This irregular mountain lake, extending 72 miles up the Clinch River and 56 miles up the tributary Powell River, covers almost 35,000 acres." THS
Norris Dam 538–POWER PLANT, NORRIS DAM, NORRIS, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 29880. Published by Standard Souvenir & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.–Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–AAY. "These two huge generating units, about 50,400 KW capacity, each driven by a 66,000 horsepower turbine, transform the power of falling water into electricity. Overhead is the massive traveling crane used in moving heavy pieces of equipment; midway at the right is the glass front of the control room. Norris Dam, on the Clinch River, completed in 1936, controls seasonal floods on the Tennessee and Mississippi Rivers and aids navigation in months of low flow." 2016-033
Norris Dam 539–BOAT DOCK AT NORRIS DAM, NORRIS, TENN. Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. No. 29307. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP, MILWAUKEE, WIS. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "This boat dock, operated by the TVA, provides facilities for many of the hundreds of private pleasure craft afloat on Norris Lake. Several other landing places under private management, are located at strategic points. Norris Dam is shown in the background, parking areas in the foreground, with lockers and boat houses beyond." 2016-033
Norris Dam 541–NORRIS DAM, TVA STORAGE PROJECT ON CLINCH RIVER, NORRIS, TENN. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 29609. Linen. Pub. by Standard New Agency, Knoxville, Tenn.–Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–(LKY) "Norris Dam, 265 feet high and 1,860 feet long, on the Clinch River in northeast Tennessee, now does its part in flood control. The three steel drum gates in the top of the spillway section are capable of raising the level of the reservoir a total of 14 feet, about 500,000 acre-feet of water making the total area about 2,500,000 acre feet." 2016-033
Norris Dam 542–ROADWAY ACROSS NORRIS DAM, NORRIS, DAM. Color. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. Correspondence on reverse. No. 29306N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. by E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.–(AJY). Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. "This roadway extends 1,860 feet across the TVA's Norris Dam on the Clinch River in N.E. Tennessee. A portion of the 35,000 acre reservoir is shown in the background at the right. In the foreground are winding drivers with lights set near the edges of the grassy areas." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Norris Dam 571:–T. V. A. Proposed Norris Dam and Lake on Clinch River, Tennessee. LOCATED ABOUT 20 MILES FROM KNOXVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 42210. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "T.V.A. NORRIS DAM AND LAKE ON CLINCH RIVER. " THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Norris Dam 571:–T.V.A. NORRIS DAM AND LAKE ON CLINCH RIVER, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 42210. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. """INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT NORRIS DAM.
Height: 265 feet.
Thickness: 208 feet at the base.
Length: 1860 feet at the crest.
Elevation of roadway: 1061 feet above sea level.
Normal area of the lake: 53½ Square miles.
Normal shoreline: 705 miles." THS 882
Norris Dam 68–NORRIS DAM, 25 MILES NORTHWEST OF KNOXVILLE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9592. Linen. Pub. by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis.–LKY. "Norris Dam, T.V.A. project, is located near the cities of Coal Creek and LaFollette, twenty miles northwest of Knoxville on the Clinch River in Tennessee. The dam is 265 feet high, 210 feet thick at base; length of crest 1860 feet; forms Norris Lake, area about 80 square miles, with a shoreline in excess of 800 miles and is designed to regulate the flow of water into the Tennessee River Navigation." 2016-033
Norris Dam 734. NORRIS DAM BEING BUILT BY T. V. A. (TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY). Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 4A-H692. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. C.T. ART-COLORTONE. THE NORRIS DAM is being built and supervised by the T.V.A. (Tennessee Valley Authority) and is named for United States Senator George W. Norris, of Nebraska. It is located on the Clinch River in Tennessee, just below where Cove Creek joins and for this reason was formerly called the Cove Creek Dam. The Dam proper will be 253 feet high from foundation to roadway, 210 feet thick at the base and 1800 feet long at the top. The waters impounded by Norris Dam will form an artificial lake of 3,600,000 acre-feet covering some 80 square miles with a shore line of more than 800 miles. It is estimated that it will take three years to complete and the cost will be thirty-four million dollars. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Norris Dam 734. NORRIS DAM BEING BUILT BY T. V. A. (TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY). Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 4A-H692. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. C.T. ART-COLORTONE. THE NORRIS DAM is being built and supervised by the T.V.A. (Tennessee Valley Authority) and is named for United States Senator George W. Norris, of Nebraska. It is located on the Clinch River in Tennessee, just below where Cove Creek joins and for this reason was formerly called the Cove Creek Dam. The Dam proper will be 253 feet high from foundation to roadway, 210 feet thick at the base and 1800 feet long at the top. The waters impounded by Norris Dam will form an artificial lake of 3,600,000 acre-feet covering some 80 square miles with a shore line of more than 800 miles. It is estimated that it will take three years to complete and the cost will be thirty-four million dollars. 2020-044
Norris Dam 787. SPRING TIME, ON HIGHWAY BETWEEN KNOXVILLE AND NORRIS DAM, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 5A-H1919. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2016-033
Norris Dam 918. LOOKING ACROSS NORRIS DAM, SHOWING PORTION OF LAKE, NORRIS, TENN. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 6A-H1122. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2010-018
Norris Dam 923. NORRIS DAM AND LAKE, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 6A-H1127. Linen. Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Curteich-Chicago. Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., Mar. 14, 1940. 2013-003
Norris Dam 983–T.V.A. Norris Dam and Lake By Night, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 7A-H1748. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. THS 900
Norris Dam A Little River, A Great Dam, A Beautiful Lake. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B168-N. Photo. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Cote" Post Card. "A LITTLE RIVER. A GREAT DAM. A BEAUTIFUL LAKE. A short stretch of the Clinch River in northeast Tennessee, with TVA's Norris Dam beyond and Norris Lake in the background. At the right are fish hatcheries. The lake is stocked with large and small mouth black bass and wall-eyed pike." 2016-033
Norris Dam AN 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL, COMPLETELY RESTORED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, STILL OPERATES ON THE TVA RESERVATION AT NORRIS DAM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P59735. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 An 18th Century Grist Mill, completely restored by the Federal Government, still operates on the T.V.A. Reservation at Norris Dam. The visitor may watch the corn meal being ground, and may purchase a quantity to take home. THS 999
Norris Dam BIRD'S EYE VIEW–NORRIS DAM–NORRIS, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. W. M. CLINE. I-S-139. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THS 1001
Norris Dam Boat Dock at Norris Dam, Norris, Tenn. 303. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 79434. Linen. Published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee. "This boat dock, operated by the Private Enterprise, provides facilities for many of the hundreds of private pleasure craft afloat on Norris Lake. Several other landing places under private management are located at strategic points. Norris Dam is shown in the background, parking areas in the foreground, with lockers and boat houses beyond." 2016-033
Norris Dam Harness for a River. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. K-1438. Photo. No. 9A929. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Cote" Post Card. "HARNESS FOR A RIVER. These two huge generating units in the powerhouse of the Tennessee Valley Authority's Norris Dam are capable of generating 50,000 KW each from the falling waters of the Clinch River. TVA power now flows into the systems of many towns, rural cooperative organizations and industrial plants in the Tennessee Valley." THS
Norris Dam Looking West across Norris Dam. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B178-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. PHOTO-COTE” POST CARD. Mushroom lights in the foreground and lights in the rail on either side of the roadway across the dam provide very effective indirect lighting for the dam at night. 2020-060
Norris Dam MAIN WOODEN AXLE. 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL. NORRIS PARK, TENN. #48 COPYRIGHT 1938 RELL CLEMENTS. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 2016-033
Norris Dam MOTOR BOAT RACING – NORRIS LAKE. #1 COPYRIGHT 1937 RELL CLEMENTS. Sepia tone. White border. Message on obverse. Undivided back. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer "GP 44.
Postmark: Norris, Tenn., Feb. 27, 1939." GP 44
Norris Dam N273. NORRIS DAM, NORRIS, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 46615. Linen. MILLER ART CO., BROOKLYN, N.Y. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Postmark: Chattanooga, Tenn., 1941.
Norris Dam N-28. Speedboats in Action During a Regatta on Norris Lake, Norris, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 8A-H578. Linen. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2018-032
Norris Dam N-28. Speedboats in Action During a Regatta on Norris Lake, Norris, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 8A-H578. Linen. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2018-032
Norris Dam N-980. AIR VIEW OF NORRIS DAM AND LAKE, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. No. E-5420. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POSTCARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 680
Norris Dam N-982. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY'S FREEWAY NEAR NORRIS DAM, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. E-6421. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POSTCARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 956
Norris Dam N-983. T.V.A. NORRIS DAM AND LAKE BY NIGHT, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 45759. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POSTCARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
Norris Dam NL-1. WORLD FAMOUS NORRIS DAM near Knoxville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3743. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. "NL-1. WORLD FAMOUS NORRIS DAM was built as the first project of the T.V.A. it is 265 feet long, 210 feet thick at the base, 1,872 feet long and cost $36,000,000. It is designed to regulate the flow of water into the Tennessee River navigation. Located on Clinch River twenty miles northeast of Knoxville near Norris, Tennessee." Ektachrome by Frank Shannon. 2016-033
Norris Dam NL-2. 18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – Located on U.S. Highway 441, 18 miles northeast of Knoxville, near Norris, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3745. Chrome. Color King © A Natural Color Card by W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. "18th CENTURY GRIST MILL – Located on U.S. Highway 441, 18 miles northeast of Knoxville, near Norris, Tennessee." Ektachrome by Frank Shannon. 2016-033
Norris Dam Norris Dam Holds Back the Floods. Black and white. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1B174-N. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Cote" Post Card. 2016-033
Norris Dam NORRIS DAM, FIRST OF TVA SYSTEM TO BE COMPLETED, NORRIS, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6932. MWM Color-Litho "Bursheen" Finished. Made Only by MWM - Aurora, Mo. Photo by Tennessee Department of Conservation. 2016-033
Norris Dam Norris Dam, on the Clinch River, near Knoxville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P10145. Chrome. Cher-O-Kee Photofinishers, Athens, Tennessee. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. "Norris Dam, on the Clinch River, named for Senator George W. Norris of Nebraska, was the first dam to be completed by T.V.A. The Dam is 265' high and 1860' long and is located a short distance from Knoxville, Tenn." Color by C. H. Ruth. 2016-033
Norris Dam NORRIS DAM, TENNESSEE–78. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9593N. Linen. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS CO., KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. MADE IN U.S.A. Norris Dam, T.V.A. Project , is located near the cities of Coal Creek and LaFollette, twenty miles northwest of Knoxville on the Clinch River in Tennessee. The dam, which is 250 feet high, 210 feet thick at base; length of crest 800 feet, forms Norris Lake, area about 80 miles, with a shoreline in excess of 800 miles and is designated to regulate the flow of water into the Tennessee River navigation.
Norris Dam NORRIS DAM, TVA STORAGE PROJECT ON CLINCH RIVER, KNOXVILLE, TENN.–72. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 26192N. Linen. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. "Norris Lake, forming behind the dam, will have a shore line of 705 miles The normal level of the lake is well defined by the line of trees in the background. The dam will regulate the flow of water into the Tennessee River for navigation and flood control purposes." PHOTO COURTESY OF TVA. 2017-052
Norris Dam NORRIS DAM. Aerial view of dam construction. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. Photo. No. 9. 2016-033
Norris Dam NORRIS DAM. Norris Dam State Park, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 87579-C. Photo. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. 2015-008
Norris Dam NORRIS DAM. Sepia tone. White border. No. 10. COPYRIGHT 1938. RELL CLEMENTS. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer 2000-044
Norris Dam Norris, the first dam to be completed by T.V.A. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 30210-B. Pub. by Haynes Distributing Co., 2930 Fleetwood Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, N.Y. "Norris, the first dam to be completed by T.V.A., was named for Sen. George W. Norris of Nebraska, one of the Sponsors of the T.V.A. Act. The dam is 265 ft. high and 1860 feet long, and was completed in 1936. It is located near Knoxville, on the Clinch River." Color Courtesy Tenn. Cons. Dept. 1998-030
Norris Dam Souvenir folder, Multiple views: NORRIS DAM AND THE TENNESSEE VALLEY. Color. Multiple cards of various subjects. PUB. BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. MADE IN U.S.A. "NORRIS DAM AND THE TENNESSEE VALLEY

The Tennessee Valley Basin covers 40,600 square miles of territory including parts of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi.

The Tennessee Valley Authority was created in May 1933. This Authority is a Government Corporation, managed by a Board of Directors, who are charged with the comprehensive development of an entire watershed - the Tennessee Basin. This duty involves the improvement of navigation, the controlling of destructive floods, provision for the national defense, the generating of power from water that would normally go to waste and combatting soil erosion." 2005-069

Norris Dam Steel Walls Harness a River. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9A933 (back). K-1207-A (front). Photo. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Cote" Post Card "STEEL WALLS HARNESS A RIVER. Scroll case for one of the two 66,000 horsepower turbines in the Tennessee Valley Authority's Norris Dam. This huge steel pipe is 20 feet in diameter at the large end and narrows gradually. Water from the penstock passes through the wickets at the right where it turns the propellers of the turbine." THS
Norris Dam T–2. BOAT REGATTA ON LAKE, NORRIS DAM, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. No. E-7483. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 1998-029
Norris Dam THE NORRIS DAM. TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. I-5-13. W. M. CLINE. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Norris Dam TOURIST BOAT DOCK. NORRIS, TENN. #37 COPYRIGHT 1937 RELL CLEMENTS. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. Rell Sam Clements, Photographer Postmark: Knoxville, Tenn., Jul. 17, 1939. 2016-033
Norris Dam W-116–Norris Dam and Power House, Norris, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. 2016-033
Norris Dam W-117–Scene at Norris Dam Harbor, Norris, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. No. 7B-H2039. Linen. Werner News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. THS 680
North Carolina Congressmen W. C. Hammer and John Trotwood Moore Sitting on Monument Marking spot where Andrew Jackson was born, Union County, N.C. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Photo. AUBURN POST CARD MANUFACTURING CO., AUBURN, INDIANA. MADE IN U.S.A. MSS 178
North Carolina M-20. UNION STREET AT NIGHT LOOKING WEST, MORGANTON, N.C. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-6732. "Photo by Greene Studio." Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2020-060
North Carolina MAGGIE VALLEY, Western North Carolina. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 53204-B. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. MAGGIE VALLEY. Western North Carolina. This picturesque valley is seen from the main highway between Asheville and Cherokee and the Smokies near Soco Gap. In the distance part of the incline to Ghost Mountain Park can be seen. Color by Joyce L. Haynes.
North Carolina Monument marking spot where Andrew Jackson 7th President of U. S. was born. Union County, N.C. Color tint. White border. Vintage. Divided back. Real photo. AUBURN POST CARD MANUFACTURING CO., AUBURN, INDIANA. MADE IN U.S.A. MSS 178
North Carolina NC-21. Illuminated Night View of State Capitol, Raleigh, N.C. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 8A-H2598. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" POST CARD. Postmark: Richmond, Va., 1941.
North Carolina Sepulchre, "Visit Fields of the Wood." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7B43-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. AMERICAN ART" POST CARD. THE CHURCH OF PROPHECY MARKER ASSN., 303 BIBLE PLACE, CLEVELAND, TENN. The Sepulchre is a replica of Joseph's tomb in which Christ was laid when taken from the Cross. It was dedicated September 12, 1944. It is 36 feet, 6 inches long and 13 feet, 6 inches high, containing a room 8 feet, 8 inches wide, 12 feet long, 7 feet, 6 inches high. This marker is a gift of the churches of Tennessee–"Fulfilling Bible Prophecy." 2017-063
North Carolina Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR OF ASHEVILLE N.C. AND NORTH CAROLINA "IN THE LAND OF THE SKY." Color. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. PUBLISHED BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Nunnelly Stasia Hall-Pinewood. Shows front of historic home. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. R25448. Photo. © Dukane Press, Hollywood, Fla. Published by Terry Tomlin, 925 So. Wilson Blvd., Nashville, Tenn. 37215. "Stasia Hall-Pinewood is located 6 miles east of I-40 on Tennessee Highway 48. Built in 1866-68, the restored mansion features elaborate plaster frieze and period antiques. Open to the public daily, 1:00-5:00. Home of Mack Wayne Craig, Dean, David Lipscomb College, Nashville." 2002-065
Oak Ridge Air View of Town Site, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 78277. Linen. Published by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. "OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb."
Oak Ridge BULL RUN STEAM PLANT. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 147290. Chrome. COLOR KING © W. M. CLINE COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 37415. JUST ACROSS THE RIVER, from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, is the Tennessee Valley Authority's 950-megawatt Bull Run Steam Plant - only a few minutes drive from the American Museum of Atomic Energy. 2021-108
Oak Ridge CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR PLANT PROJECT. Color. Artists rendering. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo from Breeder Reactor Corporation. Colourcards by Sun Graphics, Inc., Oak Ridge, TN 37830. 2016-033
Oak Ridge CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR PLANT PROJECT. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. COLOURCARDS BY SUN GRAPHICS, INC. OAK RIDGE, TN 37830. CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR PLANT PROJECT. This is the artist's rendering of the Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant – the nation's first large-scale breeder demonstration plant. A breeder is a nuclear power plant that produces more fuel than it uses as it generates electricity. The Clinch River Plant is to be built on a site on the Clinch River in Oak Ridge, TN. With licensing approval, actual site work could begin by 1983. Although it's not a commercial-sized plant, it could start producing electricity for 200,000 residents in the Tennessee Valley Service Area by 1989.
Oak Ridge CO-CARCINOGENESIS FACILITY, OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY. Operated by Union Carbide Corporation For the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-72439. COLOR CORPORATION OF AMERICA, 527 MADISON AVE., NEW YORK, N.Y. 10022. 2019-037
Oak Ridge Every Car is Inspected before Entering the Clinton Engineering Works, Oak Ridge, Tenn. The City of the Atomic Bomb–Elza Gate. Black and white. Divided back. No. O-95. Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. A "Natural-Finish" Card Made by Graycraft Card Co., Danville, Va. Photo by J. E. Westcott. 1996-101
Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1921. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. THE ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION'S GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT, OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. The plant has one purpose–the production of enriched uranium 235 for national defense and peaceful applications. The large U-shaped building at right is K-25, the original plant. The plant, which covers about 600 acres, is operated for Atomic Energy Commission by Union Carbide Corporation. USAEC PHOTO BY J. E. WESTCOTT. 2017-063
Oak Ridge GREETINGS FROM THE ATOMIC CITY OAK RIDGE, TENN. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P21912. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON, MASS., U.S.A. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "Top View: A model Atomic Power Plant in the American Museum of Atomic Energy, Oak Ridge, Tenn. The Museum is open 9:30 to 5:00 on Weekdays, 12:30 to 6:30 on Sundays.
Bottom View: The American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge, Tenn., is the only one of its kind in the world–it tells the story of Atomic Energy in displays and words with a guided tour that everyone can understand." 2017-063
Oak Ridge Guest House, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Photo by Helen Bean. No. 78275. Pub. by Standard Souvenirs & Novelties, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. "OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb." 2016-033
Oak Ridge Heart of the Business Section at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The City of the Atomic Bomb. Black and white. Divided back. No. O-100. Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. A "Natural-Finish" Card Made by Graycraft Card Co., Danville, Va. Photo by J. E. Westcott. 1996-101
Oak Ridge Main A.E.C. Administration Building, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 78282. Linen. PUB. BY STANDARD SOUVENIRS & NOVELTIES, INC., KNOXVILLE, TENN. "OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb." 2017-052
Oak Ridge MUSEUM OF ATOMIC ENERGY. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. P10148. Chrome. CHER-O-KEE PHOTOFINISHERS, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. "The American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge, Tenn. is the only one of its kind in the world – it tells the story of Atomic Energy in displays and words with a guided tour that everyone can understand.
Color by C. H. Ruth." 2021-097
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1922. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. NATIONAL LABORATORY, OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. This is the Atomic Energy Commission's largest research center, and is devoting much of its effort to the development of nuclear reactors which will produce economical electric power. The Laboratory is operated for the Atomic Energy Commission by Union Carbide Corporation. USAEC PHOTO BY J. E. WESTCOTT. 2017-063
Oak Ridge New Homes on B Street, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Title supplied by cataloger. Black and white. #3G. Photo. THS 872
Oak Ridge OAK RIDGE COMMUNITY SWIMMING POOL. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 19044-E. Photo by Carus DuBose - Mural by Maxwell Feinbloom - Oak Ridge, TN 37830 "OAK RIDGE COMMUNITY SWIMMING POOL. This fourth largest pool in the world is a landmark of the city's 50th anniversary. The bathhouse has recently been enhanced with a 330-foot mural, sponsored by the Oak Ridge Museum of Fine Arts. The pool is open to the public during the summer months."
Oak Ridge OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY. ELMO Bumpy Torus, A Fusion Experiment. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 164313. Chrome. "ELMO Bumpy Torus, A Fusion Experiment. OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY. Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for U.S. Department of Energy." 2016-033
Oak Ridge OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Color. Aerial view. Divided back. No. 98599-D. Pub. and Photo by Carus DuBose, 101 Pelham Rd., Oak Ridge, TN 37830. MWM Dexter, Aurora, Missouri. U.S.A. "In 1942, Oak Ridge was one of America's best kept secrets. Following the accomplishment of its wartime mission, Oak Ridge developed a reputation as a leading center in the field of energy research and technology. Shown here: Civic Center, Business Areas, Museum, Motels, Swimming Pool and High School."
Oak Ridge Souvenir folder, Multiple views: OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE, HOME OF THE ATOMIC BOMB. Cover view: Greetings From OAK RIDGE, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Linen. Subjects: Production and Research Plant; Clinch River winding through Oak Ridge; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Highway Scene near Oak Ridge; Air View of Oak Ridge; Norris Dam; Residential Section; Road Scene near Oak Ridge; Production and Research Plant; Steam Power Plant; Air View of Town Site; Newfound Gap Highway Bordered with Mountain Rhododendron; Guest House; Road Scene; "The Loop" on Newfound Gap Highway; Production Plant; Norris Dam; Main A.E.C. Administration Building. Narrative on inside cover. PUB. BY STANDARD SOUVENIRS & NOVELTIES, INC. OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb. During the past thirty-six months, one of the most remarkable cities in the world has come into being on a site where only oak and pine trees dotting small farms had been before. 1995-084
Oak Ridge T-3. SUNSET SCENE ON CLINCH RIVER, NEAR OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-7915. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 2018-032
Oak Ridge THE ALEXANDER MOTOR INN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PHOTO BY JOHN GREER - PHOTO PRINT BY PRECISION ARTS, INC. PROJECT OF ALTRUSA CLUB OF OAK RIDGE. COLOURCARDS BY SUN GRAPHICS, INC., OAK RIDGE, TN 37830. "THE ALEXANDER MOTOR INN. 210 East Madison Road, Jackson Square. Oak Ridge, TN 37830. Phone: 615-483-3555.
Built in 1943 as The Guest House, The Alexander has served Oak Ridge continuously from utmost secrecy to today's openness. Restaurant, cocktail lounge and banquet facilities available." 2021-108
Oak Ridge The Chapel on the Hill–one of many churches at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The City of the Atomic Bomb. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. O-98. Published by Standard News Agency, Knoxville, Tenn. A "Natural-Finish" Card Made by Graycraft Card Co., Danville, Va. Photo by J. E. Westcott. 2017-052
Oak Ridge THE CITY OF THE ATOMIC BOMB–OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. JACKSON SQUARE BUSINESS SECTION, ARMY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING, IN THE BACKGROUND. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. O-92. A “NATURAL-FINISH” CARD MADE BY GRAYCRAFT CARD CO., DANVILLE, VA. PUBLISHED BY STANDARD NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2021-094
Oak Ridge TRANSURANIUM PROCESSING PLANT, OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY. Operated by Union Carbide Corporation For the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-72437. COLOR CORPORATION OF AMERICA, 527 MADISON AVE., NEW YORK, N.Y. 10022. 2019-037
Oak Ridge W-121. A VIEW OF ONE OF THE PROCESS BUILDINGS AND COOLING TOWERS IN THE FOREGROUND, CLINTON ENGINEER WORKS, OAK RIDGE, TENN., "CITY OF THE ATOMIC BOMB." Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 8B-H113. Linen. WERNER NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. C.T. AMERICAN ART-COLORED. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL. OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now, one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge Government Reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings. 2021-107
Oak Ridge W-135. VIEW OF ONE OF THE PROCESSING AREAS. OAK RIDGE, TENN. "CITY OF THE ATOMIC BOMB." Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. CURT TEICH & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., "C.T. ART-COLORTONE." WERNER NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2021-094
Oak Ridge W-136–A View of the Power House in one of the Process Areas, Oak Ridge, Tenn. "City of the Atomic Bomb." Color. Divided back. No. OC-H472. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. WERNER NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2017-060
Oak Ridge W-141–JACKSON SQUARE, OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE. Color. Divided back. No. 2C-H1400. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. WERNER NEWS AGENCY, KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2020-143
Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1923. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. THE ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION'S Y-12 PLANT AT OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE is a sprawling complex of about 170 buildings. Y-12 was built during World War II to produce enriched uranium 235 by the electromagnetic method and the first production building began operation January 27, 1944. Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the Atomic Energy Commission. USAEC PHOTO BY J. E. WESTCOTT. 2017-063
Old Hickory DUPONT PLANT. Two inset views: POST OFFICE, OLD HICKORY, TENN.; ANDREW JACKSON, "OLD HICKORY." Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 862N. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. Published by Capitol News Co., Nashville, Tenn. Post card Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. "Located about ten miles from Nashville is an industrial city known as Old Hickory, Tenn. It has one of the most complete rayon silk manufacturing plants which leads the United States in the production of this product." 2000-044
Old Hickory Greetings from OLD HICKORY LAKE. Color. White bottom border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P23084. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Pub. By Adams Specialty Co., 327 Main St., Nashville, Tenn. Old Hickory Lake is one of T.V.A.'s greater attractions. Excellent fishing and water sports. Facilities for vacationists available. Color. by W. G. Adams. 2016-033
Old Hickory OLD HICKORY - NEAR NASHVILLE, TENN.–69. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 22036 Made in U.S.A. by E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. OLD HICKORY, TENN. Old Hickory, situated a few miles south of Nashville, on the Cumberland River, presents excellent industrial conditions and ideal housing facilities. The DuPont Rayon Company has several completed units, operating on a twenty-four hour schedule, with a constantly increasing force, at present numbering approximately six thousand. 2016-033
Old Hickory OLD HICKORY LOCK AND DAM On the Cumberland River, Tenn. Aerial. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 57105-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. OLD HICKORY LOCK AND DAM On the Cumberland River, Tenn. Built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 1998-030
Old Hickory OLD HICKORY–NEAR NASHVILLE, TENN.–69. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 22036. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. OLD HICKORY, TENN. Old Hickory, situated a few miles south of Nashville, on the Cumberland River, presents excellent industrial conditions and ideal housing facilities. The DuPont Rayon Company has several completed units, operating on a twenty-four hour schedule, with a constantly increasing force, at present numbering approximately six thousand. 2021-094
Old Hickory OLD HICKORY–NEAR NASHVILLE–TENN.–69. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 22036. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. OLD HICKORY, TENN. Old Hickory, situated a few miles south of Nashville, on the Cumberland River, presents excellent industrial conditions and ideal housing facilities. The DuPont Rayon Company has several completed units, operating on a twenty-four hour schedule, with a constantly increasing force, at present numbering approximately six thousand. 2016-033
Old Hickory OLD HICKORY–NEAR NASHVILLE–TENN.–69. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 22036-N. Linen. PUB. BY ZIBART BROS., NASHVILLE, TENN.–MADE IN U.S.A. OLD HICKORY, TENN. Old Hickory, situated a few miles south of Nashville, on the Cumberland River, presents excellent industrial conditions and ideal housing facilities. The DuPont Rayon Company has several completed units, operating on a twenty-four hour schedule, with a constantly increasing force, at present numbering approximately six thousand.
Old Hickory OLD HICKORY–NEAR NASHVILLE–TENN.–69. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 22036. Linen. MADE IN U.S.A. BY E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. OLD HICKORY, TENN. Old Hickory, situated a few miles south of Nashville, on the Cumberland River, presents excellent industrial conditions and ideal housing facilities. The DuPont Rayon Company has several completed units, operating on a twenty-four hour schedule, with a constantly increasing force, at present numbering approximately six thousand.
Olivehill Arch Bridge Over Indian Creek. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Undivided back. Photo. Photo by David A. Bumpous. Arch Bridge Over Indian Creek. Located at Olive Hill, Tennessee, 10 miles east of Savannah, the Arch Bridge was built in 1924 and used until the new Highway 64 bridge and road were constructed in 1963. 2016-033
Orlinda Greeting card, "Souvenir from ORLINDA, TENN." Color. Sea shells. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Made in Germany Address: Miss Willie Cummings, R.F.D. #1, Portland, Tenn. 2016-033
Orlinda Orlinda Baptist Church. Sepia tone. White border. Undivided back. Real photo. 2016-033
Ovoca LAKE CALANTHE, OVOCA, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 57091. SKY TINT. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill. 1996-119
Ozone N-718. OZONE FALLS ON U.S. HIGHWAY NO. 70 IN THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS OF TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Divided back. E-6698. Linen. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. 1996-106
Ozone OZONE FALLS. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P89810. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37072 "OZONE FALLS. One of Tennessee's well known beauty spots, on Highway #70 between Knoxville and Nashville, is located just a few miles from the line separating Eastern and Central time zones." 2015-008
Ozone OZONE FALLS. Located on U.S. 70 between Knoxville and Nashville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P15821. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37072 "OZONE FALLS. One of Tennessee's well known beauty spots, on Highway #70 between Knoxville and Nashville, is located just a few miles from the line separating Eastern and Central time zones.
Color by C. H. Ruth." 1997-042
Ozone OZONE FALLS. Located on U.S. 70 between Knoxville and Nashville. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P15821. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 37072 "OZONE FALLS. One of Tennessee's well known beauty spots, on Highway #70 between Knoxville and Nashville, is located just a few miles from the line separating Eastern and Central time zones." 2015-008
Ozone OZONE FALLS. U.S. 70. OZONE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Z-40. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1996-119
Ozone U.S. 70 APPROACHING MT. ROOSEVELT, NEAR OZONE TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Z-30. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. GP 44
Paint Rock Paint Rock & Duck River in Tennessee near the Tennessee River Ferry. October 15, 1929. Real photograph. Black & white. Narrative and title on reverse. 2016-033
Paris A 9816. E. W. GROVE, SCHOOL, PARIS, TENN. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. T. P. White & Co., Pub. (Germany) 1996-119
Paris Atkins-Porter School, Walnut Street, Paris, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. 8A732-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. 2016-073
Paris CHURCH OF CHRIST. East Wood Street, Paris, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. D-32768. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "CHURCH OF CHRIST. East Wood Street, Paris, Tenn. This modern, recently constructed, Church has enjoyed a remarkable growth in membership and is considered one of the outstanding churches of this city. It extends a warm Christ-like welcome to those who are new residents or visitors to the community." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Paris DOUTHETT TOBACCO CO. PARIS, TENN. CHOATE BROS. PUB. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. S.S. 15587. Photo. 2008-029
Paris E. W. GROVE HIGH SCHOOL, PARIS, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Centerville, Tenn., 1909. 2017-052
Paris FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : N. POPLAR & RUFF STREET, PARIS, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: N. POPLAR & RUFF STREET, PARIS, TENNESSEE. This is the third building on the same location. This structure was completed the centennial year of Paris (1923). The original church organization was August 29th, 1833. The first, temporary structure was constructed in 1836 being one of the earliest established churches of Henry County, Tennessee." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Paris First Methodist Church, Paris, Tenn. Color. Divided back. No. 6B311-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. 2016-073
Paris First National Bank building, Paris, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Paris, Tenn., 1948. 2016-073
Paris Garrison's Resort on Beautiful Kentucky TVA Lake, Paris, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 13,340F. Pub. by Butler Enterprises, Inc., Winston Salem, N.C. "GARRISON'S RESORT. Cottages, Clean, Roomy, Modern, On Water's Edge of Beautiful Kentucky TVA Lake. Fishing. Boating Or Just Restful. Three Miles North Of Route 79 And Paris Landing Park. Address: Paris, Tennessee." 1998-016
Paris HENRY COUNTY COURT HOUSE, PARIS, TENN. Color. Divided back. No. 9A782-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. 2020-226
Paris HENRY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Paris, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-63962. PUB. BY THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENN. "HENRY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Paris, Tenn. A mockingbird's eye view of the court yard and north side of the court square as it appeared in 1965. – Henry County was established in 1821 and named in honor of Patrick Henry, Virginia patriot and statesman.
Color Courtesy of John M. Upchurch." 2020-060
Paris Henry County Fair Grounds, Paris, Tenn. Color. White bottom border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Pub. by Dickson Photo. Copying Co., J. R. Spicer, Mgr., Paris, Tenn. 2008-029
Paris Hotel Greystone, Paris, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9A783-N. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. 2016-073
Paris HOTEL HOLLAND, PARIS, TENN.–8. (NOW KNOWN AS) BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HOTEL. Color. White border. Divided back. 300 N. E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. 1998-016
Paris L&N R.R. Shops, Paris, Tenn. Greyscale. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. A 14964. Pub. by Dickson Photo Copying Co., J. R. Spicer, Mgr. Made in Germany. 1996-119
Paris New Greystone Hotel. Paris, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn.
Paris PARIS PLAZA MOTEL. Junction U.S. 641 and 79. PARIS, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 18419N. Linen. NATURAL COLOR POST CARD MADE IN U.S.A. by E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. "PARIS PLAZA MOTEL. 17 Air Conditioned Units – Steam Heat – Beauty Rest Mattresses – Opened 1952. Phone 600 – 12 Miles to Tenn.-Ky. TVA Lake. Largest man made lake in the world. 2300 Miles of Shore Line. Excellent fishing – Sportsman's Paradise – Boats and Guides Available." 2017-052
Paris PARIS, TENNESSEE. Aerial View. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. S-101077. Chrome. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. 38242 "PARIS, TENNESSEE. Air-view, looking south - east of downtown Paris, County seat of Henry County. Paris is only 15 miles from Kentucky Lake and the "Gateway to Land Between the Lakes." Color by L. D. Thompson. 1994-126
Paris Paris/Henry Co. Chamber of Commerce, Paris, Tenn. Welcome sign. Greyscale. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Copyright USPS 1995.
Paris PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, PARIS, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. CHOATE BROS. PUBL. Postmark: Buchanan, Tenn., 1909. 2017-052
Paris PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Paris, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. S 43674. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Paris, Tennessee. This fast growing up-town Church is located on corner of West Blythe and South Market Street. It has always enjoyed a constant growth and friendly membership. Visitors and members of other denomination are always welcome." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Paris Scott Fitzhugh Bridge on U.S. Highway 79, Crossing Kentucky Lake, Paris, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 6B310-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. Postmark: Paris, Tenn., 1949. 2016-073
Paris Skirmishers of King's Kentucky Battalion Confederate Caval[r]y in action At Paris, Tennessee, March 11th 1862 [painting]. Title on reverse: BATTLE OF PARIS. Color. Narrative on reverse. 2DK-866. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "BATTLE OF PARIS: This skirmish was fought March 11th, 1862 in the vicinity of Forrest Heights on the west margin of the city. Losses in killed and wounded was light on both sides. This painting, executed by Frederick Ruple, a veteran of the skirmish, is owned by John P. Morrow Jr." Color Courtesy of Mc Cowat-Mercer Press.
Paris U.S. Post Office, Paris, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. Postmark: Paris, Tenn., 1944. 2017-052
Paris U.S. Post Office, Paris, Tenn. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 9A-781-N. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. AMERICAN ART” POST CARD. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, PARIS, TENN. 2016-073
Paris U.S. Post Office, Paris, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Paris, Tenn., 1948. 2016-073
Paris Washington Street Looking West, Paris, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. ODK-1211. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproductions. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "Washington Street, looking west, Paris, Tennessee. This is the business section of the North side of Court Square as it appeared in 1960. Paris, the County Seat of Henry County, was incorporated in 1823. It is one of the fastest growing cities of West Tennessee. Paris is fourteen miles from the beautiful Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River) Recreational Area." Color photo by L. D. Thompson.
Paris World's Biggest Fish Fry Parade, Paris, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. S-56560. Chrome. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "GREETINGS FROM PARIS, TENN. Home of the "World's Biggest Fish fry." Paris School Band traditionally leads the colorful parade of this most interesting spring festival of "The Fishingist City" on Kentucky Lake. Crowds of some 25,000 tourists and "home folk" enjoy this gala occasion yearly. Fresh fish from Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake) is prepared by Community Clubs of Henry County and served to guests in truly southern style." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Paris Landing State Park GREETINGS FROM PARIS LANDING STATE PARK near PARIS, TENN. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 3DK-417. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. "Plan your vacation at Paris Landing State Park, Mail address, Buchanan, Tennessee (14 miles east of Paris) on KENTUCKY LAKE (Tennessee River). This fast growing resort center is open the year 'round with luxurious living facilities at the new Paris Landing Inn. Good restaurants and motels are available nearby. Swimming, year 'round game fishing, water sports and other forms of outdoor recreation are enjoyed by thousands yearly. For detailed information write Division of State Parks, 203 Cordell Hull Building, Nashville 3, Tennessee." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Paris Landing State Park GREETINGS FROM PARIS LANDING STATE PARK near PARIS, TENN. Two views: Bridge; Caught fish. Narrative on reverse. #3DK-417.
Paris Landing State Park GREETINGS FROM PARIS LANDING STATE PARK. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P17389. Photo. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 806 Church St., Nashville, Tenn. Plastichrome © by Colourpicture Publishers Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. Color by W. G. Adams. "PARIS LANDING STATE PARK. On Shores of Beautiful Kentucky Lake. P.O. Buchanan, Tenn. Top View: Beautiful Modern Inn and Dining Room overlooking Kentucky Lake. Open Year 'Round. Bottom View: Boat Dock at Paris Landing."
Paris Landing State Park SCOTT FITZHUGH BRIDGE ACROSS KENTUCKY LAKE, PARIS LANDING STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 42383. Photo. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. "SCOTT FITZHUGH BRIDGE ACROSS KENTUCKY LAKE, PARIS LANDING STATE PARK – a park consisting of 1,200 acres on the world's largest "MAN MADE LAKE" – T.V.A.'s Kentucky Lake – offering archery, horseback riding, boating, camping, and a full range of recreational activities. A 60 room, fully air-conditioned Inn and Restaurant – open the year 'round. Each guest room has a private balcony overlooking the lake. Located on U.S. Highway 79, 100 miles west of Nashville near Paris, Tennessee."
Paris Landing State Park SUITE LOUNGE, PARIS LANDING INN, PARIS LANDING STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 51353. Photo. Color-King Natural Color Card, W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Natural Color Photo by Frank Shannon. "SUITE LOUNGE, PARIS LANDING INN, PARIS LANDING STATE PARK – a park consisting of 1,200 acres on the world's largest "MAN MADE LAKE" – T.V.A.'s Kentucky Lake – offering archery, horseback riding, boating, camping, and a full range of recreational activities. A 60 room, fully air-conditioned Inn and Restaurant – open the year 'round. Each guest room has a private balcony overlooking the lake. Located on U.S. Highway 79, 100 miles west of Nashville near Paris, Tennessee."
Parksville DAM AND POWER HOUSE NO. 1, OCOEE RIVER, PARKSVILLE, TENN. Black and white. Narrative on reverse.
Parrottsville Residence. Parrottsville, Tenn. Sepia tone. Vintage. Undivided back. Photo. 2017-052
Pegram CAVE SPRING CAFÉ, PEGRAM, TENN. SANDWICHES. SHORT ORDERS. Black and white. Illustration. Oversized card. Divided back. "We Specialize in Hot Fish, Cornbread, Country Ham. 17 Miles West of Nashville on Highway 70." 2016-033
Pegram Cave Springs Tourist Court. Cabins – Showers. 17 miles West of Nashville. Highway 70. Black and white. White border. No. 37916. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Pub. by Auck's Photo Service, Dickson, Tenn. Silvercraft–Made by the Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. "Modern cabins, Showers, Good Eats, Mobil Gas and Oil. J. H. FINCH, Proprietor, Pegram, Tenn." 2016-033
Pegram Oakes Café. 22 Miles West of Nashville, Tennessee. Black and white. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. 61795. Pub. by Auck's Photo Service, Dickson, Tenn. Silvercraft, Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. "Specializing in Country Ham, Steak and Chicken Dinners, Cold Beer and Soft Drinks." 2016-33
Pelham Greeting card, "Greetings from Pelham, Tennessee." Color. Lilac blossoms. Embossed image. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. "Pelham is located in Grundy County.
Postmark: 1910." 2016-033
Perryville Alvin C. York Memorial Bridge. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. ODK-1968. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "ALVIN C. YORK BRIDGE. Highway 100 crossing Kentucky Lake (Tennessee River). This bridge accommodates heavy traffic on the east-west route of lower Tennessee. This area is some of the most beautiful of the upper Kentucky Lake and offers the best in fishing, skiing and other water sports." Color photo by L. D. Thompson. 2018-032
Petersburg ELIZABETH TRAINING SCHOOL, PETERSBURG, TENN. Blue tint.
Petros Main Street, Petros, Tenn. Black and white. #5687.
Philadelphia Philadelphia, Tenn. Shows G.D. McCrary store. Black and white. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: Philadelphia, Tenn., 1911. THS 872
Pickwick Dam/Lake BOAT PASSING THROUGH THE LOCK - PICKWICK DAM, TENN. Black and white. #1-Z-21.
Pickwick Dam/Lake Greetings from Pickwick Dam, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. #S-58338.
Pickwick Dam/Lake Navigation Lock, Pickwick Dam on the Tennessee River. Narrative on reverse. #8A-H2884.
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK DAM – 1 ½ MILES LONG, TENN. RIVER. Greyscale. White border. No. I-Z-28.
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK DAM AND LAKE, TENN. RIVER. Black and white. #1-Z-31.
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK DAM AND LOCKS. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P15793. PLASTICHROME © BY COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. DIST. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 PICKWICK DAM AND LOCKS. This T.V.A. Dam on the Tennessee River is 113' High and 7715' Long. A popular fishing and recreational area for West Tennesseans. Color by C. H. Ruth. 2019-161
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK DAM and LOCKS. Narrative and title on reverse. #29056-B.
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK DAM, TENN. RIVER. Black and white. #1-Z-24.
Pickwick Dam/Lake Pickwick Dam, Tennessee River. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 3DK-1997. Photo. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. 2016-033
Pickwick Dam/Lake Pickwick Dam, Tennessee River. Narrative on reverse. #[???-?]97.
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK DAM. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. "PICKWICK DAM. Pickwick Dam was built by TVA in the 1930's to improve navigation along the Tennessee River. The dam is 113 feet high and 7,715 feet long. The building of the dam created Pickwick Lake, a fishing and boating paradise stretching along the Tennessee River from Florence, Alabama to Pickwick Dam, Tennessee.
Photo by David A. Bumpous." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Pickwick Dam/Lake PICKWICK LAKE, TENN. RIVER. Black and white. #1-Z-41.
Pickwick Dam/Lake Pickwick Lock and Dam. 206.7 Miles Upstream from the Mouth of Tennessee River. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 8C-H19. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. ART-COLORTONE" Post Card. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. "Pickwick Landing Dam is 52.7 miles downstream from Wilson Dam and creates a navigation channel for that distance. The reservoir has a useful storage of 418,000 acre-feet of water. This TVA Dam is 113 feet high, 7,715 feet long. Its powerhouse has an installed capacity of 216,000 kw. It was built 1935-1938. Resort centers and cities nearby are Shiloh National Park and Cemetery, Savannah, Selmer, Counce, Adamsville, Parsons and Lexington in Tennessee and Corinth, and Iuka in Mississippi." 2016-033
Pickwick Landing State Resort Park PICKWICK LANDING STATE PARK. Pickwick Dam, Tennessee. Deluxe Vacation Cottage. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P302898. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © COLOURPICTURE. BOSTON, MASS. 02130. Dist. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. 2014-049
Pickwick Landing State Resort Park PICKWICK LANDING. TENNESSEE STATE PARKS. View of the Resort Lodge from Pickwick Lake. Color. Divided back. Cataloger's description. TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION. DIVISION OF STATE PARKS 2020-226
Pickwick Landing State Resort Park PICKWICK, TN. C.C.C. Pavilion. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PICKWICK POSTCARD CO., BOX 363, PICKWICK DAM, TN 38365-0363. "PICKWICK, TN. This inviting pavilion was constructed by C.C.C. boys in the 1930's on the grounds of beautiful Pickwick Landing State Resort Park. The Park also offers a full service marina, Inn and Restaurant, championship 18-hole golf course, and camping facilities.
PHOTO BY PAUL KYLE, SAVANNAH, TN." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Pickwick Landing State Resort Park PICKWICK, TN. Circle Beach. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PICKWICK POSTCARD CO., BOX 363, PICKWICK DAM, TN 38365-0363. "PICKWICK, TN. Overview of the picnic area of Circle Beach in beautiful Pickwick Landing State Resort Park. In the background on Pickwick Lake, a tugboat pushes its load of barges to the lock area of Pickwick Dam.
PHOTO BY PAUL KYLE, SAVANNAH, TN." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Pickwick Landing State Resort Park PICKWICK, TN. Pickwick Landing State Park's Inn and Restaurant. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PICKWICK POSTCARD CO., BOX 363, PICKWICK DAM, TN 38365-0363. "PICKWICK, TN. Pickwick Landing State Park's Inn and Restaurant overlooks beautiful Pickwick Lake. The park also offers a full service marina, championship 18-hole golf course, and camping facilities.
PHOTO BY PAUL KYLE, SAVANNAH, TN." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Pickwick Landing State Resort Park PICKWICK, TN. Sailboat pier of the full-service marina. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. PICKWICK POSTCARD CO., BOX 363, PICKWICK DAM, TN 38365-0363. "PICKWICK, TN. Sailboat pier of the full service marina of Pickwick Landing State Resort Park. The Park also offers a championship 18-hole golf course, Inn and Restaurant, and camping facilities.
PHOTO BY PAUL KYLE, SAVANNAH, TN." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Pigeon Forge Apple Tree Inn Restaurant. Narrative and title on reverse. #14171-D.
Pigeon Forge Dollywood Entertainment Park, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. BILMAR MOTOR INN, PIGEON FORGE, TENN. Transferred from Gov. Don Sundquist Papers, GP 55 (TSLA).
Pigeon Forge G-243. FORT WEARE GAME PARK, PIGEON FORGE, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. E-13407. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N. C. FORT WEARE GAME PARK. The Fort Weare Game Park is located at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee on U.S. Highway 73, between Knoxville and Gatlinburg. It is situated near the original Fort Weare which was named in honor of Colonel Samuel Wear, pioneer of Tennessee and soldier of four Wars, Colonial, Revolution, Indian and 1812. The Miller Brothers, owners of Fort Weare Game Park, invite you to visit this Animal Kingdom and see the finest of nature's specimens of wild life ... shown in an authentic pioneer atmosphere. 2021-096
Pigeon Forge HILLBILLY VILLAGE MOONSHINE STILL As seen at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P39834. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS. U.S.A. PUB. BY TENNESSEE TRUCOLOR INC., GATLINBURG, TENN. 1995-046
Pigeon Forge MOUNTAIN LIFE LONG AGO. FLORA REAGAN WITH HER SPINNING WHEEL ON BURG HILL. Family owned photo used with permission. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. PRINTED BY McCARTER PRINTING COMPANY, PIGEON FORGE, TN. Flora Reagan. Spinning on the Porch on Burg Hill. Photo is family owned - used by permission only.
Pigeon Forge Music Mansion Theater, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. McAfee Inn, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Transferred from Gov. Don Sundquist Papers, GP 55 (TSLA).
Pigeon Forge NORMA DAN MOTEL. Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Color. Two views. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 76189. Chrome. Oversized card. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. NORMA DAN MOTEL. Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. A Beautiful, Quiet, Air-Conditioned 34 Unit Motel Located On U.S. Highway 441, 5 Miles North Of The Smokies. Swimming And Wading Pool. T.V. Combination Tub and Shower Tile Baths. Restaurants Nearby. Also Gatlinburg Golf Course and Country Club. Norma Jean & Dan B. Conner Owners & Operators. Phone 453-2403. Sevierville, Tennessee. Color Photos by Gene Aiken. THS 528
Pigeon Forge OLD DOLLS, SMITH'S RUG-N-JUG SHOP, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Narrative and title on reverse. #54401.
Pigeon Forge OLD MILL, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. THE AMERICAN SCENE COLLECTION … American Oil Company, 1969. """OLD MILL, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Completely water powered and utilizing most of its original machinery, the Old Mill has been operating since its construction in 1830 producing eleven different flours and meals for commercial safe.""
""SEE THE U.S.A. IN A CHEVROLET.""" 2016-033
Pigeon Forge Rebel Railroad. Narrative on reverse. #P48243.
Pigeon Forge RIVER CHALET MOTEL, Pigeon Forge. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 184,408. Chrome. ROEBUCK ADVERTISING COMPANY, P.O. DRAWER 267, ROEBUCK, S.C. 29376. RIVER CHALET MOTEL. 804 North Parkway – Highway 441, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 37863. Large Modern Rooms and Apartments – Air-Conditioned – Color T.V. – Playground – Swimming Pool – On the River, Fishing – 10 min. to Gatlinburg. Phone: (615) 453-5686. Owners & Managers: Bill & Kathy Mitchell – A. R. & Ruth Morgan. Color Photography by Chris Hudgins. 2017-063
Pigeon Forge THE OLD MILL, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Narrative and title on reverse. #16262.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows exterior of Pottery Shop. Narrative and title on reverse. #21750-D.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows exterior of Pottery Shop. Narrative and title on reverse. #52553.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows exterior of Pottery Shop. Narrative and title on reverse. #88425.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows three females decorating pottery. Narrative and title on reverse. #S-6134-1.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows unidentified male placing pottery on shelves. Narrative and title on reverse. #S6132-1.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows unidentified male working at pottery wheel. Narrative and title on reverse. #20628-D.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON FORGE POTTERY. Shows unidentified male working at pottery wheel. Narrative and title on reverse. #S6133-2.
Pigeon Forge THE PIGEON RIVER WATER MILL AT PIGEON FORGE, TENNESSEE. Narrative and title on reverse. #GS-186 (top left reverse). #44925 (bottom reverse).
Pigeon Forge THE TROTTERS RESTAURANT, Route U.S. 441, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Narrative and title on reverse. #47933.
Pigeon Forge View of Tunnel on U.S. Highway #441 On Little Pigeon River between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tenn. Title on reverse. #KG-31.
Pigeon Forge Water Mill, PIGEON FORGE, TENN. Narrative on reverse. #K-192-.
Piney Flats ROCKY MOUNT. Narrative on reverse. Copyright J. Scott Graham. #P030.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Shows country store interior at Rocky Mount. Narrative and title on reverse.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Shows dining room at Rocky Mount. Narrative and title on reverse.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Shows Great Chamber at Rocky Mount. Narrative and title on reverse.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Shows northern view of kitchen at Rocky Mount. Narrative and title on reverse.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Shows small bedroom at Rocky Mount. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Published by KING PRINTING, 509-511 Shelby Street, Bristol, Tennessee 37620 "TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Small Bedroom at "Rocky Mount" - first capitol of the "Territory of the United States of America, South of the River Ohio, 1790-1792." (Usually referred to as "The Southwest Territory.") There are several buildings here, including the original Cobb-Massengill Home (1770-1772) and an area museum. Located on Highway 11-E, between Bristol and Johnson City, Tennessee."
Piney Flats TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SHRINE. Shows southern view of kitchen at Rocky Mount. Narrative and title on reverse.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. "Rocky Mount," First Capitol of the Southwest Territory. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 58974-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUB. BY HAYNES DISTRIBUTING CO., 2930 FLEETWOOD AVE., S.W., ROANOKE, VA. ""Rocky Mount," the first capitol of the Territory of the United States West of the Allegheny Mountains and South of the River Ohio (1790-1792). Original Cobb-Massengill home (1770), Kitchen, Museum. Located Highway 11E between Bristol and Johnson City, Tennessee." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. Shows barn and blacksmith's shop with hunting carriage in foreground, at Rocky Mount. Narrative and title on reverse.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. Shows Cobb-Massengill Home with Kitchen in background. Narrative and title on reverse. #58973-B.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. Shows Dining Room. Narrative and title on reverse. #58975-B.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. Shows Great Room. Narrative and title on reverse. #58976-B.
Piney Flats TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. The Great Room at "Rocky Mount," first capitol of the Territory of the United States, West of the Allegheny Mountains and South of the River Ohio. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 58976-B. Chrome. Made by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. Pub. by W. M. Cline Company, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. "TENNESSEE STATE SHRINE. The Great Room at "Rocky Mount," first capitol of the Territory of the United States, West of the Allegheny Mountains and South of the River Ohio (1790-1792). Original Cobb-Massengill Home (1770), Kitchen, Museum. Located Highway 11-E, between Bristol and Johnson City, Tennessee." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes. RG 344
Piney Flats WILLIAM BLOUNT (1749-1800). Governor of the Territory of the United States south of the river Ohio. Portrait. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 94389-D. © Rocky Mount Historical Association, Rt. 2, Box 70, Piney Flats, TN 37686. 2016-033
Pinson Mounds Pinson Mounds, Near Jackson, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. S-60171. Chrome. Published by Thompson’s Community Services, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. PINSON MOUNDS, U.S. 45. Three miles east at the Pinson Crossroads and Hwy. 45 South of Jackson, Tennessee is the westernmost of a group of 35 prehistoric mounds and remains of an ancient fortified city. This view shows the largest of the group and is approximately 75 feet high. Color by L. D. Thompson.
Pleasant Hill PIONEER and DODGE HALL, Pleasant Hill Academy, Pleasant Hill, Tenn. Black and white. Message space on front. Note on obverse. "Box 42 Astor Station, Boston, Mass" THS 872
Pleasant Hill UPLANDS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTER – 2,000 FEET ELEVATION. U.S. HIGHWAY 70 SOUTH – PLEASANT HILL, TENNESSEE. Color tint. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Artvue Post Card Co., 225 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. Founded in 1921 as a small health center in a delightful mountain setting. In 1936 Van Dyck building was erected to care for 30 Tubercular patients. Cumberland General, a 20 bed building, specializes in surgery, maternity and those suffering from chronic ailments. 2016-054
Pleasant Hill UPLANDS, INC. Retirement Center. Color. Panoramic card. Four views. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 162826. Photo. Oversized. © 1980 Color Photo & Card by ALADDIN COLOR, Broad & 3rd Sts., Florence, N.J. 08518. 609-499-1100. Printed in U.S.A. "UPLANDS, INC. P.O. Box 168. Pleasant Hill, TN 38578. Telephone (615) 277-3511. Retirement Center – Home Health Care – ICF Nursing Home. Featuring privately built homes on life-leased lots, one & two bedroom unfurnished apartments, efficiency apartments, and a 62-bed nursing home. A variety of activities are offered for all residents. Located on beautiful Cumberland Plateau, midway between Nashville & Knoxville. No discrimination for race, color or creed.
We are a member agency of the Council for Health and Welfare Services of the United Church of Christ." 2011-069
Pleasant Hill WHARTON NURSING HOME. Pleasant Hill. Color. Aerial view. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P22631 Aerial Surveys (305) 365-6197. WHARTON NURSING HOME. Pleasant Hill, TN 38578. Phone: (615) 277-3518. Operated by Uplands Retirement Center. 10 Miles from Crossville on I-40 on beautiful Cumberland Plateau. 2011-069
Pleasant Shade Vintage Greeting card, "Greetings from PLEASANT SHADE, TENN. One of Nature's Beauty Spots." Color. Divided back. "No. 604, 10 des. LIFE MODEL LOCAL LOVERS." 2016-033
Pleasant View Novelty post card: "We're Enjoying Our Honeymoon In PLEASANT VIEW, TENN." Wood. Color imaging. Divided back. Dixie Novelty Co. – Asheville, N.C. 2016-033
Pleasant View ONCE AGAIN It is Iris Blooming Time at WANDALAND! Color portrait of Purple Iris. Advertisement for Charles and Wanda Pinckley, Wandaland Nursery, Pleasant View, Tenn. Narrative on reverse. Color photo by Paul A. Moore, Tennessee Department of Conservation. Divided back. No. P12899. Pub. by Adams Specialty Co., 806 Church St., Nashville, Tenn. Plastichrome © Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A. 2016-033
Pleasant View THE BLANKET STORE – PLEASANT VIEW, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. E-23. PHOTO POST CARD 2017-060
Pleasant View THE BLANKET STORE, Pleasant View, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 15697-B. Chrome. GENUINE NATURAL COLOR MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. PUB. BY EARL W. HUGHES, 1508 WENDELL AVE., NASHVILLE, TENN. THE BLANKET STORE, Pleasant View, Tennessee. 24 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee on U.S. Highway 41-A. A famous stop for tourists and visitors to Tennessee, featuring finest Tennessee-made blankets, chenille bedspreads and the largest gift selection in the South. Mr. and Mrs. G. Webb Cowan, owners and operators. Telephone SH 6-5015. 2017-060
Pleasantville CLASSES AT HULL CHAPEL, CAMP NA-CO-ME. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 46508. Chrome. Asheville Post Card Co., P.O. Box 351, Asheville, N.C. 28802. "CLASSES AT HULL CHAPEL, CAMP NA-CO-ME. Operated by Synod of Tennessee, Presbyterian Church in U.S. – Pleasantville, Tennessee." Color photo by Waring Sherwood. 2016-033
Pomona GREETINGS FROM POMONA, TENNESSEE. Color. Greetings card. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 2021-097
Port Royal Covered bridge, Port Royal State Park near Clarksville, Tenn. Color. Title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. L-6242-E. ©Richards & Southern, P.O. Box 37, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. Printed in Canada. "Covered bridge, Port Royal State Park near Clarksville, Tenn." Photo by R. E. Calonge. 2016-033
Port Royal Historic Tennessee Landmark. PORT ROYAL BRIDGE near Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 5DK-1731. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. PORT ROYAL BRIDGE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TENN. Near Clarksville, Tenn. Port Royal Bridge, Number 63-01, was originally constructed over the historic Red River prior to the Civil War. The structure was swept away by flood 1866 and soon rebuilt. The second bridge was repaired 1897 and was being reconditioned when it crashed on Dec. 7, 1903. The third bridge was completed in 1904 and has been condemned for traffic. This color picture shows its condition Oct. 1965. Color by L. D. Thompson. 2018-032
Port Royal Historic Tennessee Landmark. PORT ROYAL BRIDGE near Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 5DK-1731. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. PORT ROYAL BRIDGE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TENN. Near Clarksville, Tenn. Port Royal Bridge, Number 63-01, was originally constructed over the historic Red River prior to the Civil War. The structure was swept away by flood 1866 and soon rebuilt. The second bridge was repaired 1897 and was being reconditioned when it crashed on Dec. 7, 1903. The third bridge was completed in 1904 and has been condemned for traffic. This color picture shows its condition Oct. 1965. Color by L. D. Thompson.
Port Royal Port Royal State Historic Area. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Postcard produced by foto-1, Clarksville, TN (615) 552-1661. Photo by Larry Safko, foto-1. """Port Royal State Historic Area. The Port Royal Covered Bridge, located east of Interstate 24 (exit 11) and 2 miles off State Route 76, was originally opened in 1904 at a once-thriving river boomtown.""
TSLA ID #32818." 1997-046
Port Royal Port Royal State Historic Area. Montgomery County, TN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 561196. Photo. Clarksville/Montgomery County Tourist Commission, P.O. Box 513, Clarksville, TN 37040. 615-647-2331. Photograph by Larry Safko, Photographers III. "Port Royal State Historic Area – Standing in silent tribute to a once-thriving river boomtown, Port Royal Covered Bridge is the center of a new Tennessee State Park development. Located east of Interstate 24 (Exit 11) and two miles off State Route 76, the bridge was originally opened in 1904." 2016-033
Port Royal Walnut Grove Mill, near Clarksville, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S-64297-1. Photo. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "WALNUT GROVE MILL, PORT ROYAL COMMUNITY. Robertson County, Tenn. When the Walnut Grove Mill, on Sulphur Fork Cree, between Clarksville and Springfield, Tenn., closed in 1963 there ended a 152 year service to the entire area. It was built in 1811 by Major James Norfleet. It has known as Norfleet's Mill, Moody's Mill, Hill's Mill, Beech Valley Mill and Walnut Grove Mill. This photo shows its condition in September 1965. It is now being operated as a public attraction with picnic, camping and fishing privileges." Color by L. D. Thompson. 2016-033
Port Royal WALNUT GROVE MILL, PORT ROYAL COMMUNITY, Robertson County, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. S-64297. Photo. Pub. by Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tenn. "WALNUT GROVE MILL, PORT ROYAL COMMUNITY, Robertson County, Tenn. When the Walnut Grove Mill, on Sulphur Fork Creek, between Clarksville and Springfield, Tenn., closed in 1963 there ended a 152 year service to the entire area. It was built in 1811 by Major James Norfleet. It has been known as Norfleet's Mill, Moody's Mill, Hill's Mill, Beech Valley Mill and Walnut Grove Mill. This photo shows its condition in September 1965. It is now being operated as a public attraction with picnic, camping and fishing privileges." Color by L. D. Thompson. 2003-069
Portland Greetings from PORTLAND, TENN. [typed] Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 70027. "Tichnor Quality Views" Made only by Tichnor Bros., Inc., Boston, Mass. 2016-033
Portland Greetings from PORTLAND, TENN. Generic nature scene. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 1323. Chrome. "NYCECHROME" by Nyce Manufacturing Co., Vernfield, Pa. 2016-033
Portland Greetings from PORTLAND, TENNESSEE. Generic vintage vacation post card. Color. 43343. "NYCE" Quality Colored Landscape Locals. 2016-033
Pressmen's Home Front View Sanatorium, Pressmen's Home, Tenn.
Pressmen's Home Home Building and Lawn, Pressmen's Home, Tenn.
Pressmen's Home Trade School at Right - Swimming Pool and Gymnasium at Left, Pressmen's Home, Tenn.
Primm Greetings from PRIMM, TENN. Shows four cows on riverbank. #16398.
Pulaski EAST SIDE SQUARE, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Pulaski, Tenn., 1910. MSS 281
Pulaski GILES COUNTY COURT HOUSE (BUILT 1908-09 AT A COST OF $ 132000), PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. IMPORTED FOR J. A. LOYD, PULASKI, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. MSS 281
Pulaski Giles County Court House, Pulaski, Tennessee. Color. White border with title. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. SPC-117-C. Chrome. PUB. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 1995-080
Pulaski LOOKING NORTH ON FIRST STREET, PULASKI, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. Silver border. Divided back. No. H-171. CLEAR VIEW. MFD. BY FORT WAYNE PRINTING CO., FORT WAYNE, IND. 1998-063
Pulaski Martin College, Pulaski, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Commercial Colortype Co., Chicago, Ill. MSS 281
Pulaski MARTIN COLLEGE, PULASKI, TENN. Shows students standing in front of building. Color tint. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Allied Printing Trades Council, Chicago, Ill. MSS 281
Pulaski MARTIN COLLEGE, PULASKI, TENN. Shows students standing in front of building. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. IMPORTED FOR J. A. LOYD, PULASKI, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. Postmark: Pulaski, Tenn., 1912. MSS 281
Pulaski Martin College, Pulaski, Tennessee. Color. White border with title. Divided back. No. SPC-232-C. Chrome. PUB. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 1995-080
Pulaski MARTIN FEMALE COLLEGE, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Printed in Germany. Postmark: Pulaski, Tenn., 1909. MSS 281
Pulaski MARTIN METHODIST COLLEGE; SAM DAVIS MONUMENT. Two views. Color. Narratives on reverse. Divided back. No. 95118217. Chrome. Distributed by Words & Pictures, P.O. Box 6294, Lincoln, NE 68506. """MARTIN METHODIST COLLEGE, Pulaski, Tennessee. Constructed in 1975 from the large white columns of Old Tennessee Hall, dating to 1914, the Gazebo serves as a focal point for a variety of college and community activities. Benefactors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Grissom."" Photo: Ronald Wilsford.
SAM DAVIS MONUMENT. Erected in 1906, stands on the south side of the Pulaski, Tennessee square. A Confederate Scout, who valued honor more than life, Sam was charged with being a spy, was tried, condemned to death, and on November 27, 1863 rode to the place of his execution on his coffin.""
Photo: Sam Hobbs." 1995-080
Pulaski MASSEY SCHOOL, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. IMPORTED FOR J. A. LOYD, PULASKI, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. MSS 281
Pulaski METHODIST CHURCH, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. IMPORTED FOR J. A. LOYD, PULASKI, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. Postmark: Pulaski, Tenn., 1910. MSS 281
Pulaski NEW COURT HOUSE, PULASKI, TENN. Color tint. Large border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. MSS 281
Pulaski POWER HOUSE AND DAM, PULASKI, TENN. Words "Power House and" crossed out. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE. E. C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WISC. Postmark: Pulaski, Tenn., 1910. MSS 281
Pulaski PU-1–Giles County Courthouse. Pulaski, Tennessee. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 2C-H609. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. DISTRIBUTED BY INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICE, TULLAHOMA, TENN. THS 680
Pulaski PULASKI PUBLIC SCHOOL, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. PUBLISHED BY SUMPTER DRUG CO., PULASKI, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. MSS 281
Pulaski SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL – CIVIL WAR HERO, Pulaski, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P34967. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., P.O. Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "SAM DAVIS MEMORIAL – CIVIL WAR HERO. On this spot Sam Davis died that his friends, those who trusted him, might live. His last words were "If I had a thousand lives I would give them all rather than betray a friend." Color by R.E. Calonge.
Pulaski SAM DAVIS MONUMENT, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Printed in Germany. dB 34604 MSS 281
Pulaski SAM DAVIS MONUMENT, PULASKI, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. MSS 281
Pulaski Sam Davis Tomb, Pulaski, Tennessee. Color. White border with title. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. SPC-224-C. Chrome. PUB. BY SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. 37072 1995-080
Pulaski SAM DAVIS. Born near Smyrna, Tenn., Oct. 6, 1842. Executed at Pulaski, Tenn., Nov. 27, 1863. Greyscale with insert. Note on obverse. Undivided back. Postmark: Cleveland, Tenn., 1907 2016-033
Pulaski SOUTH SIDE SQUARE, LOOKING TOWARDS MASSEY SCHOOL BUILDING, PULASKI, TENN. Color. Vintage. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. IMPORTED FOR J. A. LOYD, PULASKI, TENN. PRINTED IN GERMANY. MSS 281
Pulaski TENNESSEE HALL, MAIN DORMITORY OF MARTIN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES, PULASKI, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 107074. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. BLUE-SKY” POST CARD. Postmark: Pulaski, Tenn., 1932. 2005-058
Pulaski U.S. Route 31 – WINDSOR VILLAGE – U.S. Route 64. Tourist Cottages De Luxe – PULASKI, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. No. 7A-H1876. Linen. "C.T. ART-COLORTONE". MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO. "WINDSOR VILLAGE. TOURIST COTTAGES DeLUXE. Fireproof. Beauty-Rest Mattresses. Simmons Ace Springs. TVA Electric Heat." 2006-094
Putnam County Putnam County, Tennessee! Four views: Algood. Monterey. Baxter. Cookeville. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. Putnam County is situated in a semi-mountainous region. The county is located approximately halfway between Nashville and Knoxville and is home to 4 cities: Algood, Baxter, Cookeville and Monterey. Enjoy hiking and biking trails, babbling brooks, mountainous scenic views, beautiful waterfalls, convenient picnic facilities, water sports, playgrounds, city and county parks, historic districts, antiquing, great shopping and dining with numerous lodging options. 2016-072
Readyville Echo Valley Retreat for Tourists. Mrs. W. E. Youree, Hostess, Readyville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Auburn Greeting Card Co., Auburn, Ind. 2 tenths of mi. off road to right, east bound on State Highway No. 1 or U.S. Highway No. 70, 42 mi. East Nashville, 118 mi. West Knoxville, Tenn. 2016-033
Readyville READYVILLE MILLS. Color tint. Engraving. © Readyville Mills. Divided back. Narrative on reverse. Readyville Mills – Est. 1812. Stone ground-water powered. On the National Register of Historic Places. In operation and open to the public Mon. thru Sat. – 9 am to 5 pm, Sun. – 1 pm to 5 pm. Free admission. You are invited to visit the mill on Rt. 70S, 12 miles east of Murfreesboro, Tn., where milling is still carried on in the age old tradition. (Drawing by Neal Pistole) 2016-033
Red Boiling Springs CLOYD PLACE. SPRING HOUSE. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on obverse & reverse. Postmark: Centerville, Tenn., 1907. 2017-052
Red Boiling Springs CLOYD PLACE. View from Cottage No. 1. Greyscale. Vintage. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: Red Boiling Springs, Tenn., 1909. 2017-052
Red Boiling Springs DONOHO HOTEL, Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "DONOHO HOTEL. Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. Located in the foothills of the beautiful Cumberland Mtns. Famous for its mineral waters and wonderful home-cooked meals. Private baths. An ideal vacation spot. Fishing and other recreation. For reservations phone 699-3141." 2006-101
Red Boiling Springs GREETINGS FROM RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENN. Color. Decorative. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. A. & M.B. No. 106. Postmark: Carthage, Tenn., 1907. THS 1086
Red Boiling Springs ORIGINAL LITTLE RED, RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENNESSEE. Cyanotype. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo and Print by Red Boiling Springs News "RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENN. The ideal place to spend your vacation. Healthful Waters, Cool Nights, Invigorating Air, Beautiful Scenery." THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Red Boiling Springs PALACE HOTEL, RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. 94524. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. BLUE-SKY” POST CARD.
Red Boiling Springs PALACE HOTEL, RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 94524. MADE BY CURT TEICH & COMPANY, INC., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. U.S.A. PALACE HOTEL. Henry Counts, Prop. American Plan. 171 Rooms. Black Sulphur, Red Sulphur for Stomach and Kidney Trouble. THS 1086
Red Boiling Springs RED BOILING SPRINGS. Red Boiling Springs, Tn. where the famous healing waters flow. [Covered bridge] Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. No. SPC-53. Pub. by Southern Post Card Co., Box 306, Goodlettsville, Tenn. "RED BOILING SPRINGS. Red Boiling Springs, Tn. where the famous healing waters flow. Visitors have a choice to sample black, white, red, or double and twist natural mineral water today. Three historical hotels can be enjoyed from the by-gone era to the magic that once brought thousands to the resort area." 2006-101
Red Boiling Springs THE DONOHO, RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENN. Greyscale. Vintage. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Photo. Postmark: Red Boiling Springs, Tenn., 1922. 1998-016
Reelfoot Lake AMERICAN LOTUS. Flower. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. ODK-27. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "AMERICAN LOTUS. The Indian or Sacred Lotus (Nelumbo Nelumbo), commonly referred to by natives as the "chincapin (Chinquapin) lily," is one of the most beautiful plants of the South. Its abundance in the eastern section of Reelfoot Lake literally chokes some of the bays, to the extent of denying the fishermen access to the area, but creating a natural fish hatchery, and protection for the game fish of the lake." Color Photograph by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake Beautiful Scene on Reelfoot Lake, near Union City, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OA4896. Photo. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Finish" Post Card. Evans Drug Co., Union City, Tenn. "THE REELFOOT LAKE was formed by an earthquake in 1811-12. It is the most primitive, picturesque place; one of the most wonderful wild spots, teeming with beauty of fauna and flora, that can be found within the confines of the United States." 2018-032
Reelfoot Lake COSTUMES WORN BY NIGHT RIDERS ON THE NIGHT OF THE MURDER OF CAPT. RANKIN AT REELFOOT LAKE. © Howse Bros., Trenton, Tenn. Class H, XXc, No. 122,440. Black and white. White border. Photo. 2016-033
Reelfoot Lake CYPRESS KNEES AND LOTUS PLANTS. Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-1120. Chrome. Curteichrome Reproduction by Curteich. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "CYPRESS KNEES AND LOTUS PLANTS. Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, a state park of 20,000 acres of water and uncounted miles of shore line, was once the hunting ground of the Chickasaw Indians. The lake was formed by a series of earthquakes in 1811 and 1812. Known as the "Sportsman's Paradise," it is equally attractive for fishing, boating, and swimming. It is patronized by sportsmen and vacationists from every state in the Union."
Reelfoot Lake CYPRESS KNEES AND SHORELINE VIEW. REELFOOT LAKE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-25. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "CYPRESS KNEES AND SHORELINE VIEW. REELFOOT LAKE. At the beginning of the 19th Century, legend says that a tribe of Chickasaw Indians was ruled by a mighty chief. His heart was heavy, for his only son had been born with a deformed foot. As the boy grew and developed normally his walk was different from the other Indians. He walked and ran with a rolling motion, and so his people called him "Kalopin," meaning Reelfoot." Color Photograph by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake Cypress Trees, Reelfoot Lake, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 6B333-N. Linen. TENN. CONSERVATION DEPT. PHOTO. Genuine Curteich - Chicago "C. T. American Art" Post Card. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw Drive, Paris, Tennessee. "Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, a state park of 20,000 acres of water and uncounted miles of shore line, was once the hunting ground of the Chickasaw Indians. The lake was formed by a series of earthquakes in 1811 and 1812. Known as the "Sportsman's Paradise," it is equally attractive for hunting, boating, and swimming. It is patronized by sportsmen and vacationists from every state in the Union."
Reelfoot Lake During the Duck Season, (Nov. 1 to Jan. 31) Ducks by the millions visit Reelfoot Lake. Sepia tone. Vintage. Sabin photograph, © 1923. A-13. Undivided back. Photo by Verne Sabin 1996-119
Reelfoot Lake Edgewater Park and Bathing Beach, Reelfoot Lake, Tiptonville, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. D-7545. Genuine Curteich - Chicago "C. T. Photo-Platin" Post Card 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake FISHING OUT FROM SAMBURG. REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-1466. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "FISHING OUT FROM SAMBURG. REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. The Indian or Sacred Lotus is in full bloom. It is one of the most beautiful plants in the South. The abundance of this plant in the eastern section of the lake creates a natural fish hatchery and protection for the game fish which abound in these waters." Photo by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake GREETINGS FROM REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Color. Two views. Narrative on reverse. No. 0DK-556. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "Reelfoot Lake, located in northwest Tennessee, is one of the prime attractions of the mid-south. It was created by the "New Madrid Earthquake" of 1811-12 and attracts tourists from all over the United States who enjoy fishing, boating, duck and goose hunting, swimming and water-skiing. Cotton is still the principle crop of the Reelfoot-Mississippi River Delta area." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake GREETINGS FROM REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. COTTON PICKING TIME. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 8C-K3231. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "SK-58–COTTON PICKING. The cotton is ready for picking and the "darkies" speed from dawn 'til dark in the field, harvesting the Southland's most important crop."
Reelfoot Lake GREETINGS FROM REELFOOT LAKE. CRAPPIE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1333. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "GREETINGS FROM REELFOOT LAKE. CRAPPIE–A North American fresh water fish. (pomoxis annularis) of the sunfish family Centrarchidae, found chiefly in the Mississippi Valley, often attain length of one foot long. It is considered by many as the choice game fish in the south. There is no closed fishing season on Reelfoot Lake." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake HAVE FUN AT REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Train ride. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-26. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee MINIATURE TRAIN RIDE KIWANIS CLUB RECREATION CENTER, REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. This beautiful lake was created in the wilderness of West Tennessee, by the New Madrid Earthquake of 1811-12. Nearby resort cities are: Samburg (on the lake), Ridgely, Union City, Dyersburg, in Tennessee, and Fulton, Hickman, Clinton, Wickliffe in Kentucky – Cairo, Ill., Caruthersville, Hayti, Portageville, and New Madrid are across the Mississippi River, west of the Reelfoot Lake." Color Photograph by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake HILL-TALLEY BRIDGE - SPILLWAY, REELFOOT LAKE, NEAR TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Looking into Reelfoot Lake, near Union City, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. OA4897. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Photo-Finish" Post Card. Evans Drug Co., Union City, Tenn. "THE REELFOOT LAKE was formed by an earthquake in 1811-12. It is the most primitive, picturesque place; one of the most wonderful wild spots, teeming with beauty of fauna and flora, that can be found within the confines of the United States." 2018-032
Reelfoot Lake MAGIC HOLE – REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Out from Jim Hutchcraft's Place on Reelfoot Lake. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 3B153. PHOTO BY STATE OF TENN. DEPT OF CONSERVATION. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Out from Jim Hutchcraft's Place on Reelfoot Lake. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 3B154. PHOTO BY STATE OF TENN. DEPT OF CONSERVATION. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Out from Jim Hutchcraft's Place on Reelfoot Lake. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 3B155. PHOTO BY STATE OF TENN. DEPT OF CONSERVATION. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Out from Jim Hutchcraft's Place on Reelfoot Lake. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. 3B156. PHOTO BY STATE OF TENN. DEPT OF CONSERVATION. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-FINISH" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake PUBLIC PIER, REELFOOT LAKE STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-24. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee. Photo by L. D. Thompson. "PUBLIC PIER. REELFOOT LAKE STATE PARK. When the New Madrid Earthquake of 1811-12 occurred, the Indians of the Reelfoot section tried to flee to the hills, but the rocking earth made them reel and stagger. Chief Reelfoot and his bride reeled also, and the Great Spirit, who was angered because Chief Reelfoot had stolen his mate from the tribes to the south, stomped his foot in anger. The Father of Waters heard and, backing on its course, rushed over Reelfoot's country. Where the Great Spirit stamped the earth, the Mississippi formed a beautiful lake, in the bottom of which lay Reelfoot, his bride and his people. Such is the Indian Legend of Reelfoot Lake." Color photograph by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake REELFOOT AIRPARK. A NEW CONCEPT IN TENNESSEE RECREATION. Color. Aerial. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3EK-223. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. C.B.S. Card Service, 501 Franklin Dr., Paris, Tenn. 38242. "REELFOOT AIRPARK. A NEW CONCEPT IN TENNESSEE RECREATION. Reelfoot Lake Airpark is a new vacation area of Reelfoot Lake State Park. This new Inn is located on the Upper Blue Basin area on Beautiful Reelfoot Lake. This airpark has an all weather landing strip of 3,500 feet accommodating the faster and larger planes." Photo by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake Reelfoot Lake Cypress Trees. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. © Photographer Albert Markham, Tiptonville, TN. Reelfoot Lake Cypress Trees. Beautiful Reelfoot Lake located in the Northwest corner of TN is noted for its majestic Cypress trees. The trees have enhanced the beauty of the lake and made it a sportsman's paradise since its creation by the great earthquake of 1811-12. 2019-161
Reelfoot Lake REELFOOT LAKE was formed during the winter of 1811 - 1812 by a series of severe earthquakes. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 29049-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "REELFOOT LAKE was formed during the winter of 1811 - 1812 by a series of severe earthquakes. It is one of America's most famous fishing spots, and is located in northwestern Tennessee. #60." Color by Paul Moore – Tenn. Conservation Dept.
Reelfoot Lake Reelfoot Lake, near Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B353-N. Genuine Curteich - Chicago "C. T. American Art" Post Card TSLA dB 32856. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Reelfoot Lake, near Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B354-N. Genuine Curteich - Chicago "C. T. American Art" Post Card TSLA dB 32865. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Reelfoot Lake, near Dyersburg, Tenn. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 1B355-N. Genuine Curteich - Chicago "C. T. American Art" Post Card TSLA dB 32865. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Edgewater Beach Resort near the Washout area of the Lake. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-28. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE, a state park of 20,000 acres and uncounted miles of shoreline, was once the hunting grounds of the Chickasaw Indians. The lake was formed by a series of earthquakes, in 1811-1812. Known as the "Fisherman's Paradise," it is equally attractive for hunting, boating, swimming, and water-ski sports. It is patronized by sportsmen and vacationists from every state in the Union. This view, taken at Edgewater Beach Resort, shows some of the attractive facilities of the "Washout" area of the lake." Color photography by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Magnolia Beach near the Washout area of the Lake. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1761. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. This nationally known resort is located at Tiptonville, Tennessee–nearby resort towns are Samburg, Ridgely, Union City, and Dyersburg. The Reelfoot State Park contains 20,000 acres and uncounted miles of shoreline. It was once the hunting grounds of the Chickasaw Indians. It is patronized by sportsmen and vacationists from every state in the Union. This view, taken at MAGNOLIA BEACH, shows some of the attractive facilities of the "Washout" area of the lake." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. PHOTO BY STATE OF TENNESSEE DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake REELFOOT LAKE. UNIQUE FORMATION OF CYPRESS KNEES. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 9C-K1761. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "REELFOOT LAKE, created by earthquake, 1811-1812, is located in West Tennessee. Nearby resort cities and recreational centers are Tiptonville, Samburg, Ridgely, Union City, Dyersburg, in Tennessee, and Fulton, Hickman, Clinton, Wickliffe, in Kentucky – Cairo, Ill., Caruthersville, Hayti, Portageville, and New Madrid are across the Mississippi River, west of Reelfoot Lake Area." Photo Courtesy Tenn. Dept. of Conservation.
Reelfoot Lake RUSTIC BRIDGE IN STATE PARK AREA AT REELFOOT LAKE, NEAR TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Sandy Beach, Reelfoot Lake, Tiptonville, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. D-7544. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, NEAR UNION CITY, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. D-3628. "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN," MADE ONLY BY CURT TEICH & CO., INC., CHICAGO, ILL., U.S.A. Postmark: Union City, Tenn., 1936. THS 483 Edmund B. Allen Postcard Collection
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. D-5064. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. D-6388. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. D-6389. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD.
Reelfoot Lake SCENE ON REELFOOT LAKE, TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Tow boat on Reelfoot near Nation's Camp. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF REELFOOT LAKE. Color. 18 images. Narrative on reverse. No. D-8263. Spillway, "The Fisherman's Paradise," Lotus Plants, Tiptonville, Union City, etc. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” CREATION. REELFOOT LAKE. Post Office: Tiptonville, Tenn.
Reelfoot Lake "Souvenir folder, Multiple views: SOUVENIR FOLDER OF REELFOOT LAKE. TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Fourteen images. Chrome.
Cypress trees, State Park Airpark, the Spillway, Kiwanis Recreation Camp, Miniature train, etc." CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. C.B.S. CARD SERVICES, 501 FRANKLIN DR., PARIS, TENN. 38242. """Reelfoot Lake, one of the wonders of the country, was formed in the spasms and convulsions of the NEW MADRID earthquake that rocked both North and South America, late in 1811. The force of the shock was focused at this spot on December 16, when the earth's surface rose and shook and the bottom of the nearby Mississippi river seemed to fall through as ""Old Man River"" went crazy, turned around and flowed backwards as it poured into the hissing abyss.
Huge landslides and tangled forests slid down bluffs and more than 15,000 acres of nearby forest land sand beneath the level of the river. As the land subsided, the water poured over in a deluge and filled the basin to a depth to a depth of 20 feet or more.
Practically every variety of fish known to this section of the country was swept into the basin in the mad swirl of the roaring flood. Receding inundations left the ridge that divides the lake from the river and the fish found themselves in a natural fish hatchery after the lake waters gradually grew placid.""" 2016-033
Reelfoot Lake Spillway at Reelfoot Lake, Tiptonville, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. No. D-7546. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO "C.T. PHOTO-PLATIN" POST CARD.
Reelfoot Lake SPILLWAY BAYOU, REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1192. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "SPILLWAY BAYOU OF REELFOOT LAKE is the main outlet for seasonable overflow from this primitive lake of earthquake origin. This was once the outstanding gathering place for picnics and fishermen till the lake shore was cleaned and opened up commercially to what it is today. Many, who come to Reelfoot, say that a trip is not complete till one sees the beauty of this bayou and the plunge of water over the "Spillway" during the overflow season of early spring." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake THE SPILLWAY AT REELFOOT LAKE, NEAR TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Color tint. White border. Divided back. EAGLE POST CARD VIEW CO., NEW YORK 1, N.Y. PUB. BY TIPTONVILLE DRUG CO., TIPTONVILLE, TENN. 1995-046
Reelfoot Lake THE SPILLWAY, REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1478. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "THE SPILLWAY. REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. One of the most popular fishing spots on Reelfoot Lake for the "bank fishermen" is THE SPILLWAY. This modern piece of engineering makes it possible to maintain a constant level in the lake for proper fishing but when the spring rains create a rapid overflow fishermen flock to this popular location for fast catches." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Reelfoot Lake THE SPILLWAY, REELFOOT LAKE. "Fish and Feel Fit at Reelfoot." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 1DK-1478. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE 38242. "THE SPILLWAY, REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. One of the most popular fishing spots on Reelfoot Lake for the ""bank fisherman"" is THE SPILLWAY. This modern piece of engineering makes it possible to maintain a constant level in the lake for proper fishing but when the spring rains create a rapid overflow fishermen flock to this popular location for fast catches.
Color by L. D. Thompson."
Reelfoot Lake THE SPILLWAY. "FISH AND FEEL FIT AT REELFOOT." Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. 1DK-1478. Chrome. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE 38242. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. "THE SPILLWAY. REELFOOT LAKE, TENNESSEE. One of the most popular fishing spots on Reelfoot Lake for the ""bank fisherman"" is THE SPILLWAY. This modern piece of engineering makes it possible to maintain a constant level in the lake for proper fishing but when the spring rains create a rapid overflow fishermen flock to this popular location for fast catches.
Color by L. D. Thompson." 2021-097
Reelfoot Lake Walnut Log Motel, Reelfoot Lake, Tenn. Mr. Ward, proprietor on right. Color. NOTE: color photograph made from an original postcard. Caution on copyright. 2020-052
Reelfoot Lake WATERFRONT SCENE SHOWING UNIQUE FORMATIONS OF CYPRESS KNEES, REELFOOT LAKE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 0DK-1418. Chrome. Curteichcolor © 3-D Natural Color Reproduction. Thompson's Community Service, 1220 Chickasaw, Paris, Tennessee "WATERFRONT SCENE SHOWING UNIQUE FORMATIONS OF CYPRESS KNEES, REELFOOT LAKE. This view taken from the public picnic area of the Tenn. State Park is one of the most picturesque views along the lovely Reelfoot Lake area, Tiptonville, Tenn." Photo by L. D. Thompson.
Reliance Hiwassee River Bridge by Webb Brothers Store in Reliance, Tennessee. Color. Title on reverse. Divided back. No. 154031. Chrome. W. M. Cline Advertising, Gatlinburg, TN 37738 "Hiwassee River Bridge by Webb Brothers Store in Reliance, Tennessee." Photo by J. H. Webb.
Reliance HIWASSEE RIVER IN EAST TENNESSEE AS SEEN FROM THE MOUNTAIN NEAR WEBB BROS. STORE AT RELIANCE, TENNESSEE. Color. Title on reverse. Divided back. No. 99417. Chrome. W. M. Cline Advertising, Gatlinburg, TN 37738. "HIWASSEE RIVER IN EAST TENNESSEE AS SEEN FROM THE MOUNTAIN NEAR WEBB BROS. STORE AT RELIANCE, TENNESSEE." Photo by J. H. Webb.
Ridgetop Good Luck Bridge, Ridgetop, Tenn. Black and white. Correspondence on reverse. 2016-033
Ridgetop Picturesque Ridgetop. [Ridgetop Train Depot] Black and white. #5713. G. C. Dury & Co., Nashville, Tenn. (Germany) 2016-033
Ridgetop Picturesque Ridgetop. [Ridgetop Train Depot] Black and white. #5713. Correspondence on reverse; note on obverse. G. C. Dury & Co., Nashville, Tenn. (Germany) Walter Wagner Faw Papers, 1819-1956 MSS 281
Ridgetop Ridgetop, Tennessee. Title supplied by cataloger. Five views: Partial view of Hotel and Grounds; Ridgetop Station; Hydrangea Pass; Front Entrance, Villa Crest; and Good Luck Bridge. Black and white.
Ridgetop Scene at Ridgetop, Tennessee. Sepia tone. Title handwritten. "Scene at Ridgetop, Tennessee. S.B.B." Genuine Photograph Souvenir Post Cards, R. S. Patterson, 241 Fourth Ave. N., Nashville, Tenn.
Ripley Cotton Scene, Ripley, Tenn. Color tint. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 61559-C. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. BLUE-SKY” POST CARD. 2017-052
Ripley LAUDERDALE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, RIPLEY, TENN. Color tint. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 32421. RIGO CHEM. CO., POST CARD DEPT., NASHVILLE, TENN. RIGO CHEM. CO., POST CARD DEPT., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2001-067
Roan Mountain A Section of the Rhododendron Gardens on Roan Mountain. Greyscale. Undivided back. No. 1K 66. Silverglo, Bristol, VA.
Roan Mountain AC-16. RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM ON ROAN MOUNTAIN NEAR N.C.-TENN. STATE LINE. Color. White border. Divided back. PHOTO THRU COURTESY OF TENN. DEPT. OF CONSERVATION. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 995
Roan Mountain GREETINGS FROM NORTHEAST TENNESSEE. Pristine mountain lakes, cascading waterfalls, and an abundance of brilliant wildflowers can be seen throughout Northeast Tennessee. Three views. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P014-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. Pristine mountain lakes, cascading waterfalls, and an abundance of brilliant wildflowers can be seen throughout Northeast Tennessee. 1997-047
Roan Mountain Greetings from ROAN MOUNTAIN, TENN. This is nature's beauty spot. Pennant. Color. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 839. Linen. No. 839. Pennant Landscapes. Published by Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N.C. Postmark: Roan Mountain, 1938. 1998-016
Roan Mountain MAJESTIC NORTHEAST TENNESSEE. Roan Mountain, Tennessee/North Carolina. A descended sun creates a brilliant evening display in the majestic mountains of Northeast Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P003-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. A descended sun creates a brilliant evening display in the majestic mountains of Northeast Tennessee. (Roan Mountain, Tennessee/North Carolina). 1997-047
Roan Mountain N-781. PURPLE RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM NEAR BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-4456. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 2006-014
Roan Mountain NORTHEAST TENNESSEE. Northeast Tennessee offers a unique blend of cultural and natural history. Color. Three views. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P015-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. Northeast Tennessee offers a unique blend of cultural and natural history. 1997-047
Roan Mountain OLD CLOUDLAND HOTEL ON ROAN MTN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back.
Roan Mountain RHODODENDRON IN BLOOM ON ROAN MOUNTAIN. EASTERN TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 0C-H452. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH-CHICAGO “C.T. ART-COLORTONE” POST CARD. ZIMMERMAN & TORBETT NEWS AGENCY, JOHNSON CITY, TENN. TENNESSEE CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT PHOTOGRAPH. Rhododendron in bloom on Roan Mountain of the Great Smoky Range in the Cherokee National Forest presents the most colorful wildflower show in America. More than 6,000 feet above sea level rhododendron here attain perfection. No spot in Eastern America offers more in commanding mountain vistas and beauty of flora than Roan Mountain in Eastern Tennessee. THS 999
Roan Mountain Roan Mountain Inn, Roan Mountain, Tenn. Altitude 2,670 feet above the sea. Correspondence on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago. 1994-241
Roan Mountain ROAN MOUNTAIN RHODODENDRON GARDENS ON TOP OF ROAN MOUNTAIN, N.C.-TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. P21827. Chrome. PLASTICHROME © by COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS, INC., BOSTON 15, MASS., U.S.A. Photographed and Published by Hugh Morton, Linville, NC. TSLA dB 32872.
Roan Mountain ROAN MOUNTAIN. Catawba rhododendron, symbols of spring in the Blue Ridge Mountains, provide colorful decoration for the surrounding forest each June. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P005-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. Catawba rhododendron, symbols of spring in the Blue Ridge Mountains, provide colorful decoration for the surrounding forest each June. 1997-047
Roan Mountain ROAN MOUNTAIN. The scenic Cloudland Trail atop Roan Mountain winds its way near the former site of the historic Cloudland Hotel. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P001-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. The scenic Cloudland Trail atop Roan Mountain winds its way near the former site of the historic Cloudland Hotel. Though little remains of the site that once housed overnight guests, the mountain remains host to colorful Catawba rhododendron blooms each June. (Roan Mountain, Tennessee/North Carolina). 1997-047
Roan Mountain ROAN MTN. TENN. - N.C., ALTITUDE 6285. Shows rhododendrons on mountainside. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604.
Roan Mountain SCENIC NORTHEAST TENNESSEE. Scenic Northeast Tennessee displays four seasons of beauty and splendor. Five views. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. P013-30. Chrome. © J. SCOTT GRAHAM / SCOTT'S SHOTS. (423) 854-9435. 316 SHAWNEE ROAD. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37604. Scenic Northeast Tennessee displays four seasons of beauty and splendor. 1997-047
Rock Island State Park GREAT FALLS AT ROCK ISLAND STATE PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 34424570. Chrome. MCGREW COLOR GRAPHICS, KANSAS CITY, MO 64108. SOUTHERN POST CARD CO., BOX 37, GOODLETTSVILLE, TN. 37072. GREAT FALLS AT ROCK ISLAND STATE PARK. Route 2, Rock Island, TN 38581, 615-686-2471. Located on Hwy. 287, off Hwy. 70S north of McMinnville, TN. Come enjoy camping (50 trailer and 10 primitive sites), boating & fishing on Center Hill Lake (2 launch ramps in park), hiking, picnicking, & ranger programs. RG 344
Rock Island State Park TENNESSEE. Caney Fork River, Rock Island State Park. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Photo. PUBLISHED BY BROWN TROUT, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 2016-033
Rock Island State Park WATERFALL ON THE CANEY FORK RIVER. ROCK ISLAND. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. COOKEVILLE-PUTNAM COUNTY VISITORS BUREAU. www.MustSeeCookeville.com "ROCK ISLAND. Rock Island State Park is an 883-acre wooded park dominated by the great falls of the Caney Fork River with scenic overlooks and deep pools for fishing, rock-hopping and exploring.
Photo Courtesy of Jody Sliger." Notice: This postcard is copyrighted.
Rockwood ABOVE THE CLOUDS, LOOKING NORTH TOWARD ROCKWOOD, TENN., FROM MT. ROOSEVELT, U.S. 70. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Z-34. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. GP 44
Rockwood CLYMER PARK, ROCKWOOD, TENN. Color. #46094. Commercial Chrome 2016-033
Rockwood HIGHLAND FALL, HEIGHT 215 FT. NEAR ROCKWOOD, TENN. #46091. Commercial Chrome
Rockwood MAIN STREET. ROCKWOOD, TENN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 34186. Chrome. PUBLISHED BY ReCLO, BOX 306, GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. MAIN STREET, Rockwood, Tenn. THS 999
Rockwood MT. ROOSEVELT, CUMBERLAND MTNS., U.S. 70, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Z-4. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. GP 44
Rockwood NORTH FROM MT. ROOSEVELT SHOWING ROCKWOOD, TENN., U.S. 70. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Z-12. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. GP 44
Rockwood PANORAMIC VIEW FROM ROOSEVELT MOUNTAIN - On U.S. Highway 70, between Crossville and Rockwood, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 3625. Chrome. © COLOR KING NATURAL COLOR CARD. A NATURAL COLOR CARD by W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE.
Rockwood Roane Iron Company, Rockwood, Tenn. #22988. 1998-016
Rockwood ROCKWOOD BRICK TOURIST CAMPS, ROCKWOOD, TENN. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 136310. Tichnor Quality Views, Cambridge, Mass. 2018-032
Rockwood TOWER ON MT. ROOSEVELT, U.S. 70, NEAR ROCKWOOD, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Z-17. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. GP 44
Rockwood U. S. 27 IN THE CUMBERLANDS, TENN. Black and white. White border. Undivided back. Correspondence on reverse. Z-89. © W. M. Cline. Photo. W. M. Cline Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 1998-016
Rockwood View on Kingston Ave. Principal Residence Street of Rockwood, Tennessee. Black and white. Divided back. No. 7060. Photo. Pub. by W. H. Noel, Athens, Tenn. Silvercraft – Made by Dexter Press, Pearl River, N.Y. 2016-033
Rockwood Whitney Motel, ROCKWOOD, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 36,772F. MWM Color-Litho "Bursheen" Finished, Made Only By MWM Co., Aurora, Mo. 2016-033
Rogersville BIRDS-EYE VIEW, OF ROGERSVILLE, TENN. Color. Panoramic. Divided back. Published by R. F. Rowan. Oversized. Published by R. F. Rowan. 2018-032
Rogersville COURT HOUSE, ROGERSVILLE, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2020-060
Rogersville GLADSON MOTEL, ½ mile West of Rogersville, Tenn. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 64731. Dextone - Made Direct from Kodachrome and Ansco Color by Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, N.Y. Pub. by Fred W. Stanley, Johnson City, Tenn. GLADSON MOTEL. Electric Heat, Fan Cooled and Tile Showers. Located ½ Mile West of Rogersville, Tenn. on U.S. Hi-Way 11-W. For Reservations phone 2341. 2018-055
Rogersville Greeting card, GREETINGS FROM ROGERSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S3062-B. Photo. Pub. by Haynes Distributing Co., 2930 Fleetwood Ave., SW, Roanoke, Va. Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, New York. "MAIN STREET. Rogersville, Tennessee. The Town of Rogersville, founded by Joseph Rogers, became the seat of Hawkins County in 1787. It was incorporated as a town in 1789 by the Legislature of North Carolina, just before that state relinquished control over what is now Tennessee." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes. 2016-033
Rogersville GREETINGS FROM ROGERSVILLE, TENN. Color. White border. Generic scene. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 118154. Curt Teich & Co., Chicago, Ill., "C.T. AMERICAN ART COLORED." 2018-032
Rogersville HAWKINS COUNTY COURT HOUSE. Rogersville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 53061-B. Chrome. Pub. by Haynes Distributing Co., 2930 Fleetwood Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. "HAWKINS COUNTY COURT HOUSE. Rogersville, Tennessee. This, the third court house to be erected in Rogersville, was built in 1836. The architect was John Dameron. It was added to and remodeled in 1927." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes. 1994-126
Rogersville HAWKINS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Rogersville, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 53073-B. Chrome. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, N.Y. Pub. by Haynes Distributing Co., 2930 Fleetwood Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. "HAWKINS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Rogersville, Tennessee. This hospital opened its doors in 1961. This building was designed by Bianculli and Palm and was erected under the benefit of the Hill-Burton Act." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes. 2017-052
Rogersville LANCE MOTEL & RESTAURANT. LOCATED ON U.S. 11 W IN EASTERN END OF ROGERSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 77150. Chrome. © KOPPEL COLOR CARDS. McKINLEY STUDIO, 824 W. FIRST NORTH ST., MORRISTOWN, TENN. "LANCE MOTEL & RESTAURANT. Located on U.S. 11 W in Eastern End of Rogersville, Tennessee. Central Heating, Air Conditioned. Free T.V. Tile Baths. Attractive Rooms. Restaurant Serving Tasty Food. Country Ham, Steaks, Southern Fried Chicken, Our Specialties: Home Made Doughnuts, Corn Bread, Hot Biscuits & GOOD COFFEE.
Phone 456-7186." THS 999
Rogersville PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ROGERSVILLE, TENN.; BAPTIST CHURCH, ROGERSVILLE, TENN. Two views. Black and white. Correspondence on reverse. Published by The Collotype Co., Elizabeth, N.J. and N.Y. 1989-120
Rogersville Rogersville, Tenn. "We have everything the heart could desire at Rogersville, Tenn. Except you." Greetings. Banner. Color. Divided back. No. 838. Miller Art Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. Series No. 838. Pennant. Landscapes. 12 Designs. 2018-034
Rogersville THE TENNESSEAN MOTEL, U.S. Hwy. 11-W, Rogersville, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 51557-B. Chrome. Pub. by Haynes Distributing Co., 2930 Fleetwood Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York. "THE TENNESSEAN MOTEL. Rogersville, Tenn. This ultra-modern motel on U.S. Hwy. 11-W, located midway between Knoxville and Bristol, Tenn. has the finest in accommodations for the traveler. Electric heat, ceramic tile baths, free T.V., children's playground and swimming pool. Spacious Restaurant and Gift Shop Adjacent. Owned and Operated by - Mr. & Mrs. I. D. Price, Jr. Phone Rogersville 456-7468." Photography by Joyce L. Haynes. 2016-033
Rogersville TYPICAL TENNESSEE COAL SCENE. Color. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 35499. 35499–PUB. BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. COMMERCIALCHROME. 2020-039
Rugby CHRIST CHURCH & "FRIENDLY HOUSE," RUGBY, TENNESSEE. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Photo. Photograph by James N. Keen.
Rugby Christ Church Episcopal - 1887. Narrative on reverse. Burgundy border. Pub. by Thurston Moore Country, Ltd. Photo Credit - Barbara Stagg 1998-127
Rugby Christ Church, Episcopal, - Rugby, Tenn. Established 1880. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. No. Z-562.
Rugby CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, RUGBY, TENN., ESTABLISHED 1880. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. Z-370. Photo. NATIONAL PRESS, INC., NORTH CHICAGO 2001-018
Rugby EARLY COLONISTS in RUGBY, TENN. (MADAM HUGHES in CENTER). Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Photo.
Rugby Early Colonists in Rugby, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. No. Z-603. Photo.
Rugby Historical marker at Rugby Road, at junction State Route 52 with U.S. 27. Shows two girls standing next to marker. Greyscale. White border. No. Z-561. Photo. "Mrs. Will T. Walton "The Lindens" Rugby, Tennessee 1957"
Rugby HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY, Rugby, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 166058. Chrome. PHOTOGRAPH BY BARBARA PAYLOR, RUGBY, TENN. 37733. HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY Erected beside the schoolhouse on land set aside for public buildings, and opened October 5, 1882. Named for Thomas Hughes, British author of 'Tom Brown's School Days' and 'Tom Brown at Oxford' and founder of Rugby, Tennessee in 1880. Unchanged inside, the library has been painted its original colors and is open to the public on tour. 2001-018
Rugby HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. 105531. Chrome. Photograph by James N. Keen Rugby, Tenn. 37733. "HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY Erected beside the schoolhouse on land set aside for public buildings, and opened October 5, 1882. Named for Thomas Hughes, British author of "Tom Brown's School Days" and "Tom Brown at Oxford" and founder of Rugby, Tennessee in 1880. Pub. for Rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733." 2016-033
Rugby HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 105531. Photograph by James N. Keen, Rugby, Tenn. 37733. "HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY. Erected beside the schoolhouse on land set aside for public buildings, and opened October 5, 1882. Named for Thomas Hughes, British author of "Tom Brown's School Days" and "Tom Brown at Oxford" and founder of Rugby, Tennessee in 1880. Pub. for Rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733." 2016-033
Rugby In Christ Church. Shows interior view. Narrative on reverse. Burgundy border. PUBLISHED BY THURSTON MOORE COUNTRY LTD. Photograph by James N. Keen. 1998-127
Rugby In the Hughes Library. Shows interior view. Narrative on reverse. Burgundy border. PUBLISHED BY THURSTON MOORE COUNTRY, LTD. Photograph by James N. Keen. 1998-127
Rugby Interior - Hughes Public Library - Rugby, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. No. Z-369. Photo. Photograph by James N. Keen.
Rugby Interior of Christ Church. Greyscale. White border. Cataloger added title. Undivided back. Photo.
Rugby INTERIOR OF HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY, Rugby, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 105530. Chrome. Pub. for Rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733. Photograph by James N. Keen, 3314 Springcrest Dr., Louisville, KY 40222 "INTERIOR OF HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY. Opened to the public October 5, 1882. The Library included 7,000 volumes of rare books and original equipment unchanged from when originally built Named for Thomas Hughes, British author of 'Tom Brown's School Days' and founder of Rugby in 1880. Pub. for Rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733." 2001-018
Rugby INTERIOR, CHRIST CHURCH, RUGBY, TENN. - ESTABLISHED 1880. ORGAN AND ALTAR HANGINGS FROM ENGLAND. Black and white. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. Z-564. Postmark: Rugby, Tenn., 1953
Rugby KINGSTONE LISLE, Rugby, Tenn. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 121075. Chrome Photograph by James N. Keen, Rugby, TN 37733. "KINGSTONE LISLE. The home built for RUGBY'S founder – THOMAS HUGHES, British author of 'Tom Brown's School Day.' Kingstone Lisle was purchased by the Rugby Restoration Association for its headquarters and to exhibit the furnishing used by the Colony in the 1880's and is now open to the public. Rugby, TN 37733.
Rugby KINGSTONE LISLE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. No. 166057. Chrome. PHOTOGRAPH BY BARBARA PAYLOR, RUGBY, TN 37733. KINGSTONE LISLE. The home built for RUGBY'S founder - THOMAS HUGHES, British author of "Tom Brown's School Days." Kingstone Lisle was purchased by the Rugby Restoration Association to exhibit the furnishings used by the colony in the 1880's and is now open to the public on tour. 2001-018
Rugby Memorial Window to Margaret E. Hughes - Mother of Thomas Hughes - Christ Church - Rugby, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. No. Z-371. Photo. Photograph by James N. Keen.
Rugby RUGBY'S CHRIST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 105532. Chrome. Photograph by James N. Keen, Rugby, Tenn. 37733. "RUGBY'S CHRIST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL. Built in the 1880's, stands unchanged from when originally built with native timber, including Pine paneling. Original fixtures were brought from England, and the Rosewood organ built in 1849 is still in use. Rugby, Tennessee was founded by Thomas Hughes, famous British author in 1880. Pub. for Rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733."
Rugby RUGBY'S CHRIST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL. Narrative and title on reverse. No. 121076. Published for Rugby Restoration Association, Rugby, Tennessee 37733 Photograph by James N. Keen, Rugby, TN 37733.
Rugby Thomas Hughes Library - 1882. Shows exterior view. Narrative on reverse. Burgundy border. Thurston Moore Country, Ltd., Madison, TN 37115 TSLA dB 32861. 1998-127
Rugby THOMAS HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY, RUGBY, TENN. Shows exterior view. Black and white. White border. Undivided back. Photo. Photograph by James N. Keen.
Rugby THOMAS HUGHES PUBLIC LIBRARY, RUGBY, TENNESSEE. Shows interior view. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Same view as #Z-369 but cropped differently. Photograph by James N. Keen.
Ruskin Greeting card, "Just a line In Haste from Ruskin Tenn." Color. Floral background. Embossed image. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: 1911 (?) 2016-033
Ruskin Main Building, Ruskin-Cave College, Ruskin, Tenn. Black and white with color lettering. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. NO. 1628. Pub. by Ruskin-Cave College 2016-033
Ruskin Ruskin, Tenn. Four views: Main Building Ruskin Cave College, Entrance Big Cave, Flashlight Interior Big Cave, Banquet Ruskin Cave College Students. Black and white. Descriptive border. Divided back. Photo. 2016-033
Ruskin Ruskin-Cave College - North Bridge (Campus), Ruskin, Tenn. Black and white. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. Postmark: 1907 2016-033
Ruskin Yellow Creek Scene–Ruskin Tenn. Pub. by Ruskin-Cave College. Color. Message-face. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse & obverse. Postmark: 1907 2016-033
Russell Creek Falls RUSSELL CREEK FALLS on C.C. & O. R.R. Sepia tone. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. No. 213. Photograph. CC&O: Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railroad THS 872
Russellville Holston River, near Three Springs. From White Rock Cliff, Russellville, Tenn. Color tint. Message-face. Divided back.
Rutherford "The Parlor", David Crockett Home. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1039. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "The DAVID CROCKETT Cabin at Rutherford, Tenn., is located on Highway 45 W. It was the last home of Tennessee's favorite hero. Every school child now knows, David Crockett came out of the mountains of East Tennessee, won reknown as a bear hunter and Indian fighter, and earned eternal fame as one of the 184 heroic Americans who gave their lives for Texas at the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. The mother of David Crockett, Mrs. Rebecca Hawkins Crockett, is buried to the left rear of this cabin. The supervision and upkeep of this shrine at Rutherford, Tennessee is the project of the Lions Club.
Color by L. D. Thompson."
Rutherford David Crockett Cabin, Rutherford, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-1922. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "The DAVID CROCKETT Cabin at Rutherford, Tenn., is located on Highway 45 W. It was the last home of Tennessee's favorite hero. Every school child now knows, David Crockett came out of the mountains of East Tennessee, won reknown as a bear hunter and Indian fighter, and earned eternal fame as one of the 184 heroic Americans who gave their lives for Texas at the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. The mother of David Crockett, Mrs. Rebecca Hawkins Crockett, is buried to the left rear of this cabin. The supervision and upkeep of this shrine at Rutherford, Tennessee is the project of the Lions Club.
Color by L. D. Thompson."
Rutherford David Crockett Cabin, Rutherford, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 2DK-1922. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "The DAVID CROCKETT Cabin at Rutherford, Tenn., is located on Highway 45 W. It was the last home of Tennessee's favorite hero. Every school child now knows, David Crockett came out of the mountains of East Tennessee, won renown as a bear hunter and Indian fighter, and earned eternal fame as one of the 184 heroic Americans who gave their lives for Texas at the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. The mother of David Crockett, Mrs. Rebecca Hawkins Crockett, is buried to the left rear of this cabin. The supervision and up-keep of this shrine at Rutherford, Tennessee, is the project of the Lions Club." Color by L. D. Thompson.
Rutherford Memorial to Mother of David Crockett, on Grounds of the Crockett Cabin, Rutherford, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 7DK-284. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "The David Crockett Cabin at Rutherford, Tenn. (Located on HWY 45 W.) was the last home of Tennessee's favorite Hero. Every school child now knows, Davy Crockett came out of the mountains of East Tennessee, won renown as a bear hunter and Indian fighter and earned eternal fame as one of the one hundred and eighty-four heroic Americans who gave their lives for Texas, at the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. This shrine, to the memory of Crockett and his mother, is a project of the Lions Club of Rutherford, Tenn." 2016-033
Rutherford Memorial to Mother of David Crockett, on Grounds of the Crockett Cabin, Rutherford, Tennessee. Color. Narrative on reverse. No. 8CH39. Linen. GENUINE CURTEICH - CHICAGO "C. T. ART COLORTONE" POST CARD. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. The David Crockett Cabin at Rutherford, Tenn. (Located on HWY 45 W) was the last home of Tennessee's favorite Hero. Every school child now knows, Davy Crockett came out of the mountains of East Tennessee, was reknown as a bear hunter and Indian fighter and earned eternal fame as one of the one hundred and eighty-four heroic Americans who gave their lives for Texas, at the Battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. This shrine, to the memory of Crockett and his mother, is a project of the Lions Club of Rutherford, Tenn. 1995-046
Rutledge Baptist Church, Rutledge, Tenn. #B1390C6. Published by H. G. Zimmerman & Co., Chicago. 1998-016
Saint Elmo North Saint Elmo School Building, Saint Elmo, Tenn. Black and white. #28731.
Savannah ARCH BRIDGE OVER INDIAN CREEK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. "ARCH BRIDGE OVER INDIAN CREEK. Located at Olive Hill, Tennessee, 10 miles east of Savannah, the Arch Bridge was built in 1924 and used until the new Highway 64 bridge and road were constructed in 1963.
Photo by David A. Bumpous." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Savannah CHERRY MANSION – SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. "CHERRY MANSION – SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. Built by David Robinson in the 1820's and later given to his daughter as a wedding present, Cherry Mansion is most noted as the headquarters of General U. S. Grant just prior to the Battle of Shiloh.
Photo by David A. Bumpous." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Savannah Civil War Mansion, Savannah, Tennessee. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-936. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. CHERRY MANSION, SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. This beautiful mansion, on the banks of the Tennessee River, now occupies spot of a home built by James Rudd, pioneer ferry operator, the first structure was replaced by a house built by David Robinson, whose son-in-law, William H. Cherry improved and enlarged it. Major General C. F. Smith, Federal Army Commander, had Headquarters here, where he died and was succeeded by Maj. Gen. U. S. Grant. It was used as Headquarters by General Grant during the Battle of Shiloh and Major General Don Carlos Buell, Commanding the Federal Army of Ohio, also used it for a short while. Maj. Gen. W. H. L. Wallace, mortally wounded at Shiloh, died here. Color by L. D. Thompson.
Savannah GRANT HEADQUARTERS, SAVANNAH, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. © W. M. Cline Co. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1993-058
Savannah HARDIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SAVANNAH, TENN. Color. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. S41754. Chrome. CHICKASAW STUDIOS, 1220 PARIS, TENNESSEE. HARDIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. Located within a few minutes drive of Pickwick Dam. Savannah (Home of the Cat Fish Derby) offers the best in water recreational facilities on Pickwick Lake and Kentucky Lake (Tenn. River). The county seat city of this progressive county offers the best in industrial opportunities and community interests for its visitors and residents. A wonderful school system and splendid churches are a compliment to the far-sighted planning of the community. Photo by L. D. Thompson.
Savannah MILO LEMERT MEMORIAL BRIDGE, SAVANNAH, TENN. Color tone. White border. Divided back. Eagle Post Card View Co., New York I, N.Y. Pub. by Savannah Drug Co., The Rexall Store, Savannah, Tenn. 2018-014
Savannah The Cherry Mansion, Savannah, Tenn. General Grant's headquarters during the Battle of Shiloh. Color. White border. Divided back. No. 3582. Linen. TSLA dB 32869.
Savannah THE DELTA QUEEN. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. "THE DELTA QUEEN. The majestic Delta Queen steamboat docks at Wayne Jerrolds Riverside Park in Savannah, reminiscent of the steamboat days on the Tennessee River. The Delta Queen and its sister ship, the Mississippi Queen make several visits to Savannah each year.
Photo by Dorothy Reynolds." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Savannah THE HARRISON-McGARITY BRIDGE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. THE HARRISON-McGARITY BRIDGE. The Harrison-McGarity Bridge, built in 1980, can be seen from Wayne Jerrolds Riverfront Park in Savannah. The bridge is near the site of the ferry once operated by Alex Haley, grandfather of the famed author. Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Savannah WAYNE JERROLDS RIVERFRONT PARK. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. Chrome. "WAYNE JERROLDS RIVERFRONT PARK. In Savannah, Tennessee – the riverfront park, located on the Tennessee River, hosts several events each year including the Tennessee River Bluegrass Festival and visits by the Mississippi Queen and the Delta Queen Steamboats. The park features pavilions, a boat ramp, a walking trail and readerboards describing the Trail of Tears movement through Savannah.
Photo by Janice Whitlow." Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Scott County U.S. 27 AND THE RAILROAD NEAR THE KY.–TENN. LINE. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Photo. © W. M. CLINE, Z-83. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THS 995 Notice: this postcard is copyrighted.
Selmer FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. SELMER, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Divided back. Correspondence on reverse. COY GOOCH PHOTO. COY GOOCH PHOTO. 2017-052
Selmer MCNAIRY COUNTY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL – SELMER, TENN. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. Real Photo postcard. S-10. COPYRIGHT COY GOOCH. COY GOOCH PHOTO. 2021-093 Notice: This postcard may be copyrighted.
Selmer McNairy County Courthouse, Selmer, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-741. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON'S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "GREETINGS FROM SELMER AND McNAIRY COUNTY. This county was established in 1823 and was named in honor of Judge John McNairy. He was appointed by President George Washington to Judge of the Superior Court of the Western District of North Carolina; he arrived in Nashville in 1788. In 1797 he was appointed Judge of the District Court of the United States for Tennessee, which appointment he held until shortly before his death in 1833.""
Color by L. D. Thompson." 2017-052
Selmer McNairy County Courthouse, Selmer, Tenn. Color. White border. Narrative on reverse. Divided back. No. 2DK-741. Chrome. CURTEICHCOLOR © 3-D NATURAL COLOR REPRODUCTION. THOMPSON’S COMMUNITY SERVICE, 1220 CHICKASAW, PARIS, TENNESSEE. "GREETINGS FROM SELMER AND McNAIRY COUNTY. This county was established in 1823 and was named in honor of Judge John McNairy. He was appointed by President George Washington to Judge of the Superior Court of the Western District of North Carolina; he arrived in Nashville in 1788. In 1797 he was appointed Judge of the District Court of the United States for Tennessee, which appointment he held until shortly before his death in 1833.
Color by L. D. Thompson." 2017-060
Selmer SOUTHLAND MOTOR LODGE. Color. Narrative and title on reverse. Divided back. 81158-C. PUBLISHED BY EARL W. HUGHES, SR., 205 DEDHAM DR., NASHVILLE, TENN. 37214. MADE BY DEXTER PRESS, INC., WEST NYACK, NEW YORK. "SOUTHLAND MOTOR LODGE. ""IT'S SO NICE AND QUIET."" Selmer, Tennessee. Entrance from Hwys. 45 and 64. Cable T.V. with color - room phones - playground - credit cards.
Virginia and Harry H. Hickman, Phone - 901 - 645-6155." 2021-096
Sevierville "A Mountain Wedding." © 1931, W. M. Cline, Chattanooga, Tenn. Greyscale. White border. Undivided back. I-K-9. W. M. CLINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 1996-101 Notice: this postcard may be copyrighted.
Sevierville N-377. CHAPMAN HIGHWAY APPROACHING SEVIERVILLE, TENN. FROM KNOXVILLE. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK IN BACKGROUND. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-4250. Linen. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. THS 882
Sevierville N-737. BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF SEVIERVILLE, TENN. SMOKY MOUNTAINS IN BACKGROUND. Color. White border. Divided back. No. E-4493. PUBLISHED BY ASHEVILLE POST CARD CO., ASHEVILLE, N.C. 1996-106
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