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App-The-06-001.jpg
This image of the Appalachian Theatre front elevation was shot in either late 1969 or early 1970 for use in a birthday promotion in partnership with Coe Insurance and Realty Company, the theater's neighbor to the east, and the Northwestern Bank, the…

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This postcard, designed in early 1970, featured a view of the Appalachian Theatre's front elevation as part of a birthday promotion in partnership with Coe Insurance and Realty Company, the theater's neighbor to the east, and the Northwestern Bank,…

App-The-06-003.jpg
This unsigned, carbon typescript dated February 13, 1970, which was probably intended for publication in a trade magazine, explains a birthday postcard promotion run by the Appalachian Theatre in parternship with a local bank and insurance company.

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This rare view of the flooding on August 13, 1940, in Downtown Boone was taken from the second floor of the W. R. Winkler Building (the east part of Mast General Store today), looking west toward the intersection of King and Depot Streets. The…

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This image shows a brand new car being awarded to Mrs. Lou Hopkins by the Boone Merchants Assocation on January 16, 1953. An article featuring a cropped version of this image ran in the January 22, 1953, issue of the Watauga Democrat. The caption for…

WWM-FAM-01-027.pdf
Undated newspaper clipping from the Watauga Democrat contains an article entitled "Resolutions Honor Memory W. W. Mast." The body of the article includes the full text of a resolution passed by the board of directors of the Northwestern Bank in W. W.…

App-The-06-004.jpg
This award to the Appalachian Theatre, signed by Hadley M. Wilson, mayor of Boone, and Kent Robinson, the town's chairperson of the Community Appearance Commission, offers recognition for renovations completed at the Appalachian Theatre.

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This color slide shows two men and a small child riding on horseback during the Wagon Train parade in Boone, North Carolina. The Wagon Train, which traveled over multiple days from Wilkes County to Boone, began as a celebration of the 300th…

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This color slide shows two men in a covered wagon and a man on horseback during the Wagon Train parade down King Street in Boone. The Wagon Train, which traveled over multiple days from Wilkes County to Boone, began as a celebration of the 300th…

Lin-Mil-01-018.jpg
A color slide showing three men and two children on horseback during the Wagon Train parade down King Street in Boone. The Wagon Train, which traveled over multiple days from Wilkes County to Boone, began as a celebration of the 300th anniversary of…
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