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This is a black and white image that shows a sign attached to the side of a store. The sign is covered in ice, with icicles hanging down off of it. It reads, "7up Sold Here." Snow-covered mountains can be seen in the distance below the sign. The…

This black and white image possibly shows the A.E. South Home, as indicated by the handwritten "A.E. South (?) Home" note on the back of the print. The dark colored home features a steeply pitched roof, a brick chimney on the left side, two brick…

This item is a black and white photograph of what appears to be an abandoned building. The building is one story with wood siding. There is part of a fence standing at the front of the building. An oil drum is turned on it's side and appears to be…

This image shows the view from the back of Ernest & Mattie Alice Hodges' house, looking across Highway 421 at the Adams store and post office, as well as Ernest's sawmill. Hills and mountains can be seen covered in snow.

This item is two panoramic photographs that have been taped together. The seam can be seen running through the middle of the image. The two photographs form an aerial view of Blowing Rock, North Carolina in what appears to be winter. There is…

This item is a black and white aerial photograph of Blowing Rock. There is snow on the mountains in the distance and the roofs of some buildings visible. The mountain in the distance appears to be Flat Top Mountain. There are no leaves on the trees.…

Image shows a scene looking west on King Street in downtown Boone, NC, about 1956 after a heavy snowfall. There are cars parked in front of parking meters along the street. There are signs for businesses that read: City Meat Market and Grocery,…

A photograph of a building behind trees. The trees and ground in front of the building are covered in heavy, white snow. The photograph is marked A.S.T.C. on the left side and BOONE, NC on the right side.

A parked 1955 or 1956 Ford Fairlane in the snow. A field and building are visible in the distance. An inscription written on the back of the photograph reads: "The country, Boone/April 1966-Where I lived."

This photograph shows two army helicopters landed in a snowy clearing, most likely during the infamous 1960 Blizzard. "James F Carter 406 1/2 E. Howard St. Boone, N.C" is written on the back of the photo.
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