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  • Tags: Valle Crucis

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This item is a scan of a photocopy of an article called "Watauga County History" by A.C. Mast, in the Watauga Democrat from October 16, 1975. Handwritten notes in the margin label "David F." as "grandfather," "Elizabeth Wagner" as "grandmother," and…

Jam-Mas-02-064.pdf
Six page handwritten letter from "Addie Horton" (later Addie Horton Mast) to "Newt" (Newton Lafayette Mast). The letter is on two pieces of paper folded to make six "pages." The letter does not have an envelope but appears to be sent from Vilas, NC.…

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This item is an unused black and white postcard of the Mast General Store in Valle Crucis, NC. The store is surrounded by farmland and mountains are visible in the background. A dirt road leads to the building. The text on the back indicates the…

Bob-Bre-01-030-a.jpg
This item is an unused black and white postcard of the Mast General Store in Valle Crucis, NC. The store is surrounded by farmland and mountains are visible in the background. A dirt road leads to the building. The text on the back indicates the…

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This item is an unused color postcard of the Mast General Store in Valle Crucis, NC. An Exxon sign hangs above gas pumps to the left. There is an American Flag flying next to the building. Handwritten on the back in pencil is $2.50. The postcard was…

Val-Cru-04-036.pdf
This letter was found inside of item 035 of this series, on page 20 of the photo album titled V.C. Mission School 1920-1929. It is from Alfred W. Haywood to the Reverend James P. Burke and concerns the tablet to be erected in Eli S. Blackwood's…

Val-Cru-04-037.pdf
This letter was found inside of item 035 of this series, on page 20 of the photo album titled V.C. Mission School 1920-1929. It is from Alfred W. Haywood to the Reverend James P. Burke and follows up with a previous letter concerning Eli Blackwood's…

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This item is an overview scan of a page in the W. W. Mast Family "Mast Store & V. C." Scrapbook. It shows a newspaper clipping that is folded and covers the entire page. The clipping is from the Winston Salem Journal on April 28, 1971.

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This item is a newspaper clipping titled "Valle Crucis People Go Old-Timey for Afternoon Fun." It appeared in the Winston Salem Journal on April 28, 1971. The article details the Valle Crucis School Lighthouse Project and was written by Arlene…

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This item is a black and white postcard depicting a large home. There appears to be a fence surrounding the home and a dirt driveway leading to it. The house is surrounded by tall trees and vegetation. The text reads "Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Taylor's…
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