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One of two copies. This image depicts a brochure for the 1958 run of the Horn in the West play. There is one drawing, one map, and eight photographs. At the top of the brochure, "Drama-Outdoor.' Horn in the West' N a2) is written in pencil and "Horn…

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This image depicts Tweetsie from Tweetsie Railroad crossing a trestle. This is from after Tweetsie was converted into a tourist attraction. The photo itself is in black and white and there is a crease on the left side of the image. The train is…

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This image shows a newspaper clipping from the News And Observer. At the top of the newspaper "Railroads N August 2 1959 news & Observer" is written in pencil. Above that, "tweetsie railroad. N" is written in red pen. The clipping is of the article…

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This image shows a newspaper clipping from the Charlotte Observer. At the top of the page, the date "June 6, 1971" is written. "Tweetsie Railroad. N" is also written in red pen. Stamped near the bottom are the words "Property of the Library 4 1971…

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This image shows a newspaper clipping from The News and Observer. The date of July 5, 1992 is listed at the top of the page. "Tweetsie Railroad (N.)" is written in red pen and "N.C. Vertical File Reference Department" is stamped on the top. The…

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This image shows a newspaper clipping from the front page of The Charlotte Observer. At the top of this paper is listed "Section F, June 8, 1986." Underneath that listing "Tweetsie Railroad" is written in red pen. The newspaper depicts two images of…

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This image shows a newspaper clipping from The Greensboro Record. "Monday, August 13, 1973" is also written near the top. At the top, "B-1 8-13,73" is written in pencil and "Tweetsie Railroad N" is written in red pen. The clipping depicts the article…

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This image shows a newspaper clipping from the Journal and Sentinel about the Tweetsie Railroad. The article was written by Roy Thompson. It is entitled "Beloved 'Tweetsie' Toots Her Way Across the Pages." The article describes the route of Tweetsie…

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This image shows the engine of the Tweetsie Train. The train tracks can be seen curving to the left. The coal car can be seen between the passenger car and the engine. This slide has a processing stamp of Jun 1971. This slide was in Box 2 of 2.

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This image shows the Tweetsie train at the popular tourist attraction. A small crowd of people can be seen walking around the set and the depot to the right of the image. This slide has a processing stamp of Aug 58. This slide was found in Box 1 of 2…
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