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Dow-Boo-1-130.jpg
This color slide shows a parking lot west of Depot Street in Downtown Boone. Howard's Knob can be seen in the background. The slide is numbered "9."

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Boone, North Carolina after snowfall in January, 1966. The photograph provides a view of the town looking north from what is now College Street towards the intersection with King Street. On the far left a portion of First Baptist Church can be seen.…

Pal-Bla-07-007.jpg
Scene shows a school bus on the road with a church on the right. This is likely preent-day College Street, with St. Luke's as the church. Howard's Knob is visible in the background of the image. It appears to be autumn. Slide box is labeled "Old…

Par-Wes-02-035.jpg
This snapshot shows Ruby Weston posing outside the Pau Weston Studio when it was located on Depot Street in the R. T. Greer Building. Howard's Knob is visible in the distance. The print was developed in June 1959, as indicated by the stamp at the top…

Par-Wes-01-005.jpg
This sepia-toned, 8" X 10" image shows Paul Weston's two-door convertible--apparently a 1942 Chrysler--pulling his small trailer for "Paul Weber--'Dancing Fingers' and His Hammond Organ." The vehicle is parked in front of the Daniel Boone Hotel on…

GFL-PRE-1-007.jpg
A photograph of an unnamed speaker at the top of Howard's Knob during the Windmill Installation in 1973.

GFL-PRE-1-002.jpg
Linville River Railway train arriving in Boone. Passing in front of the Appalachian Training School. Howard's Knob is visible in the background at right. What may be the first Administrative Building is visible at the center of the image. Boone…

Pal-Bla-2-37.jpg
This is a high aerial view from the south of Appalachian State Teachers College taken in the 1950s. The intersection of East King Street and Hardin Street is visible at center. Howard's Knob is at extreme upper left.

Pal-Bla-2-17.jpg
This is a high aerial view from the south of East Boone taken in the 1950s. The intersection of East King Street and Hardin Street is visible at left center. Councill family land and Howard's Knob are visible at upper left.

Pal-Bla-2-9.jpg
This is a high aerial image of the campus of Appalachian State Teacher's College and Howard's Knob taken from the south in the 1950s. This image suffers from vinegar syndrome, accounting for the discoloration on the lower and right edges.
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