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Pal-Bla-10-017.jpg
This image shows the front of Appalachian State Teachers College as it appeared in the 1950s.

Pal-Bla-10-016.jpg
This image shows Watauga Hospital as it apeared circa 1950. "Hospital for Postcards" is written on the sleeve.

Pal-Bla-10-014.jpg
This image shows the Appalachian State Teachers College library as it appeared in the 1950s.

Pal-Bla-10-013.jpg
This image shows Appalachian High School on the Appalachan State Teachers College campus as it appeared in 1949.

Pal-Bla-10-012.jpg
This image shows Appalachian High School on the Appalachian State Teachers College campus as it appeared in 1951.

Pal-Bla-10-011.jpg
Taken from the road, this image shows part of Appalachian State Teachers College, probably during the early 1950s. There is snow on the ground and on the park benches.

Con-Sta-01-029.jpg
This photograph shows a parked car surrounded by nearly two feet of snow, possibly during the infamous 1960 Blizzard. In the background are tall brick buildings that appear to be part of the Appalachian State Teachers College campus.

WWM-FAM-01-024.pdf
Letter dated June 19, 1949, from Mrs. W. W. Mast at Valle Crucis, NC, to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mast at Wayne, MI, postmarked June 20, 1949, begins with thanks for Father's Day cards, then transitions to general family news. Mention is then made of the…

WWM-FAM-01-017.pdf
Undated newspaper clipping describing new trustees at the Appalachian State Teachers College, including W. R. Winkler and Dr. J. B. Hagaman, Jr. The article also mentions the retirement of W. W. Mast from the Board of Trustees. The clipping appears…

WWM-FAM-01-002.pdf
Letter to "Dears" at Wayne, MI, from Mom and Pop, dated May 2, 1955, and postmarked May 3, 1955, from Valle Crucis, NC, describes two revival meetings in progress at Holy Cross Episcopal Church and Henson Chapel. Brief mentions of Reverends Bush and…
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