Browse Items (72 total)

  • Tags: Aerial Views

His-Boo-04-167.jpg
This item is a black and white aerial photograph showing a busy portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway. The lefthand margin of this photograph says "Fletcher 3 col.", "Traffic, traffic", and, in faded print, "From Joe Maple's Plane".

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This item is a black and white postcard of an aerial view of a large building surrounded by trees. Text indicates the building to be Mayview Manor, demolished in the 1970s, in Blowing Rock, NC. The date January 8, 1934 is also seen on the front of…

Low-Whi-02-004.jpg
This image shows an aerial view of Shulls Mill Valley. It is reportedly a view of the Boone Fork Mill, or Whiting Lumber Mill, seen in the far right of the image. Other buildings and a road or train tracks can be seen in the lower portion of the…

Bob-Bre-02-114-a.jpg
This item is an unused black and white postcard depicting an aerial view of a town surrounded by mountains. The text indicates the town to be Boone, NC. Handwritten in pencil on the back is $8.00. The postcard was made by the Albertype Company out of…

Bob-Bre-02-108-a.jpg
This item is an unused color postcard of an aerial view of a small town surrounded by mountains. Text indicates the town to be Boone, NC. The postcard was made by E. C. Kropp Co. out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Jam-Mas-01-264.jpg
This item is an overhead view of an unknown city. It does not appear to be anything within Watauga County. Multiple streets, buildings, cars, and people can be seen on the streets below. Based on other photographs in the collection this is possibly…

Jam-Mas-07-027.jpg
This item found on page 23 of the scrapbook is a black and white photograph of a homestead, possibly from atop a mountain. There is some discoloration and damage in the center of the photograph. A wooden fence post is seen in the foreground to the…

Lin-Mil-01-089.jpg
This item is a color slide showing a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Lin-Mil-01-082.jpg
This item is a color slide showing an overview of Boone, likely taken from the slopes of Howard's Knob. A handwritten notation on the front reads: "Boone."

WWM-Fam-04-092.jpg
This item is a scan of a postcard showing a painting of Grandfather Mountain, including the observation point. It appears on page 48 of the W. W. Mast Family "Mast Store & V. C." Scrapbook.
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