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Scene shows King Street, looking west from near Appalachian Street. A sign for the Boone Auto Exchange sits adjacent to the Jones & Brown Grocers, original home to Smithey's. The lawn of the Daniel Boone Hotel is visible beyond Jones & Brown. The…

Pal-Bla-07-010.jpg
Scene shows a shot of downtown Boone facing east on King Street. The Appalachian Theatre facade is visible on the right, and the street entrance to the Daniel Boone Hotel is visible on the left. The Boone Methodist Church is visible in the distance…

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This image shows the arrangement of the entire Lawrence-Glenn Collage in Series 1 while out of its frame. This reference image should be used to better understand the collage arrangement of the images in Series 1 in the context of the collage as a…

Mar-Law-01-017.jpg
This group of three overlapping images shows Dr. Jack Lawrence's dental practice in the Appalachian Theatre building. The first image, at upper left, shows Dr. Jack Lawrence working at a standing desk. At upper right is an image of "Susan," who is…

Mar-Law-01-008.jpg
From a collage of images featuring Drs. Jack Lawrence and E. T. Glenn, this image shows Dr. Glenn working on "Aunt Rena" in the offices above the Appalachian Theatre. The window in the image looks out onto King Street and the lawn of the Daniel Boone…

Mar-Law-01-007.jpg
This undated image shows Mary Pierce seated at a desk in the office of the dental practice for Drs. E. T. Glenn and Jack Lawrence. Pierce's office was located at the top of the east stairs in the Appalachian Theatre building.

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This image taken in the offices of Drs. Jack Lawrence and E. T. Glenn in the Appalachian Theatre building on their first day of business, August 4, 1950, advertises that the offices are closed on Wednesdays. The sign hangs against a paneled wall.

Mar-Law-01-003.jpg
In this image likely dating to the 1960s, Dr. Jack Lawrence poses with Aunt Mamie inside his offices in the Appalachian Theatre building. A medical table stands between them, and dental equipment is in the foreground of the image.

Mar-Law-01-002.jpg
Image shows Dr. Jack Lawrence seated at a desk and working on a set of dentures in his office in the Appalachian Theatre building. He has a pipe in his mouth as he works.

Mar-Law-01-001.jpg
From a collage of images featuring Drs. Jack Lawrence and E. T. Glenn, this image shows Dr. Lawrence working on "Aunt Florence" in the offices above the Appalachian Theatre. The window in the image looks out onto King Street and the lawn of the…
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