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Gatlinburg (Tenn.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

E. E. Ogle Store Day Book

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0614
Abstract

This collection contains a day book dated 1897 for the E. E. Ogle Store of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Dates: 1897

Gatlinburg Attractions Pamphlets

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Identifier: MS-3919
Overview

Collection contains five promotional pamphlets advertising attractions in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, from 1977. Attractions include Gatlinburg's American Historical Wax Museum, Chalet Village, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum, John Cowden Woodcarvers, and Ober Gatlinburg.

Dates: 1977

Gatlinburg Theatre Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3893
Abstract

Materials relating to the Gateway Stock Company of New York and the Sevier County Theatre Guild, both based in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, from around 1947-1959 and 1987-2008.

Dates: circa 1947-1998

Lucinda Ogle Collection

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Identifier: MS-3524
Abstract The Lucinda Ogle Collection (1885-2003) details early life in the Smoky Mountains. Lucinda Ogle was the daughter of Wiley and Rebecca Oakley. Wiley Oakley was known as the "Roaming Man of the Mountains", for his expertise in storytelling, for his comprehensive knowledge of the mountains, and for his guided tours throughout the Smoky Mountains. Lucinda Oakley Ogle continued the legacy of her father by preserving the heritage of the Smoky Mountains and its people. The collection includes...
Dates: circa 1885-circa 2003, undated

Mountain View Hotel Memorabilia

 Collection
Identifier: MS-4007
Abstract

This collection contains a single round paper tag from the Mountain View Hotel in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The tag includes a drawing of the hotel as well as the name of owner and manager A. J. Huff.

Dates: undated

Oakley Family Memories of the Smoky Mountains

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3828
Abstract

This collection includes articles, images, videos, and personal writings pertaining to the Oakley family and the Smoky Mountains. Harvey Oakley (1918–2007), Wiley Oakley (1885–1954), and Rebecca Anne Ogle Oakley (1890–1980) are the main family members of focus.

Dates: 1974-1984, Unknown

Ridley Wills Postcard Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3781
Abstract This collection consists of approximately 2800 postcards featuring the Great Smoky Mountains, East Tennessee and Western North Carolina from the 1910s to the 1990s. The cards depict a variety of scenes, including iconic natural features, distinctive architecture, general landscapes, and popular tourist destinations. The predominant focus of this collection is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and surrounding areas including Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg and the images on the postcards...
Dates: 1910s-1990s

Rising From the Ashes Oral History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3935
Overview

This collection consists of both audio and video interviews concerning the Chimney Tops 2 Wildfires in Gatlinburg, Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains during 2016. Beginning in 2017, interviews were conducted with residents of Gatlinburg, government officials, emergency responders, and researchers in various fields.

Dates: 2017-2020

Rosemary Moorehead Scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3510
Abstract This scrapbook consists of approximately 120 images, mostly photographs, showing the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School and its vicinity. Many of the photographs show people, including Eunice Weaver (director), William King (principal), teachers, students, Arrowcraft staff members, and Franklin D. Roosevelt in Gatlinburg. Many of the photographs depicting school buildings are accompanied by crayon drawings. Also included are a series of images of Mt. LeConte (one taken during a lunar...
Dates: 1936 November 7

Tap Roots Original Screenplay

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3854
Abstract This collection contains the original screenplay for the 1948 film Tap Roots, directed by George Marshall and starring actors Van Heflin, Susan Hayward, Boris Karloff, Julie London, and Whitfield Connor. The film is adapted from James H. Street's 1942 novel of the same name by screenwriters Alan LeMay and Lionel Wiggam. The film is set in Mississippi, and shot on location in the rural area near Gatlinburg, Tennessee and in the Great Smoky Mountains region of...
Dates: 1948