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  • Tags: Highway 194

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This item is a map of Watauga County, North Carolina roads. It was produced by the North Carolina Highway and Public Works Commission in July 1957. There is a note that July 1 of that year the map was corrected to include the roads that were under…

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This item is a map of Watauga County, North Carolina created using data from the "State-Wide Highway Planning Survey." There appear to be six dates of reference in the bottom left corner that range from 1962-1966. According to this map, all of the…

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This item is a color slide showing a white church on a hilltop. A cemetery in the foreground. The church appears to be Meat Camp Baptist Church, located in Meat Camp just off of Highway 194 behind the Meat Camp Fire Department.

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This item is a color slide showing a wooden sign for Meat Camp Baptist Church. The sign notes that the church was organized in 1851, and that Harold King was the current pastor. This sign is located on the corner of Highway 194 and Meat Camp Baptist…

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This item is a color slide showing the exterior and parking lot of Hardin Park School. The parking lot is immediately to the right when arriving at the school. The exterior of the building shown is the elementary side, with a playground visible to…

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This item is a color slide of a sign for Hardin Park Elementary School in Boone. It appears near the entrance to the school off of Highway 194 (Jefferson Road), near New Market Blvd. The grassy area to the left is now a large playground.

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This image is a photograph picturing Mast General Store in Valle Crucis, NC, in July 1987. Highway 194 runs in front. Mountains can be seen in the background. This is a loose image in the W. W. Mast Family North Carolina Scrapbook

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This is a black and white iimage that shows a winding road, identified as Highway 194, going around grassy fields. A rocky mountainside can be seen in the far right of the image beside the highway. The road travels from Vilas to Banner Elk, NC.
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