Browse Items (23 total)

  • Collection: Rosalea Dorsey Collection

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First Presbyterian Church on Howard Street in Boone, North Carolina with a tree displaying autumn foliage. The congregation has since moved to a new location and the building now houses Appalachian State University's Howard Street Building. An…

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A black and white photograph of a man and woman posing in front of a car parked on King Street in Boone, NC. Several businesses are visible in the background, including (left to right) Crest (now Anna Banana's), Farmer's Hardware (now the Shoppes at…

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A parked car alongside a fence, covered in snow. An inscription written on the back of the photograph reads: "Car at apt on Howard St, Boone, N.C. Jan, 1966."

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A photograph of Appalachian State Teachers College (which would become Appalachian State University the next year) after snowfall in January 1966. The building to the left in the photograph is the Old Education Building (torn down in the late 1960s),…

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A photograph of Appalachian State Teachers College (which would become Appalachian State University the next year) after snowfall in January 1966. In the distance Dougherty House (since moved off-campus to a location near Mystery Hill on Route 321)…

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A photograph of Appalachian State Teachers College (which would become Appalachian State University the next year) after snowfall in January 1966. To the right, Smith Wright Hall can be seen, while Edwin Duncan Hall lies further downhill. Several…

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A photograph of Appalachian State Teachers College (which would become Appalachian State University the next year) after snowfall in January 1966. Edwin Duncan Hall is shown, with a large snow bank blocking the entrance to the building. The taillight…

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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.…

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A very old gravestone for Nathan Horton (1757-1824) with an attached brass plate reading "Revolutionary Soldier." The grave is located at the Old Three Forks Baptist Church Cemetery in Boone, North Carolina. An inscription written on the back of the…

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A very old gravestone for Nathan Horton (1757-1824) with an attached brass plate reading "Revolutionary Soldier." The grave is located at the Old Three Forks Baptist Church Cemetery in Boone, North Carolina. An inscription written on the back of the…
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