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  • Tags: Daniel Boone Monument

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A clipping from an unidentified newspaper depicting the historic Daniel Boone Monument that was once located on the Appalachian State University campus. According to the paper, the monument commemorated the site of an old pioneer's cabin that Daniel…

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This black and white image is a scan of the back of the postcard described in Pal-Bla-4-281. On the bottom left are the words "this space for message," while on the bottom right, "this space for address" is printed. Center oriented and printed…

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This black and white image is a scan of a 1920 postcard depicting the town of Boone and highlighting the Daniel Boone Monument. Along the top of the postcard are the words, "Boone, N.C. Altitude 3,332 ft. Highest County Site East of the Rockies." in…

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This black and white image is a scan of the back of the postcard described in Pal-Bla-4-279. "1920" is written in pencil on the top right corner of the card. On the bottom left are the words "this space for message," while on the bottom right, "this…

Pal-Bla-4-279.jpg
This black and white image is a scan of a 1920 postcard depicting the town of Boone and highlighting the Daniel Boone Monument. Along the top of the postcard are the words, "Boone, N.C. Altitude 3,332 ft. Highest County Site East of the Rockies." in…

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This black and white image features the Daniel Boone Monument before its 1969 reconstruction. The two plaques, believed to date to 1912, can just barely be made out along the right side of the monument. The monument stands less than two feet from the…
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