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John Wallace played a huge role in the Lakeway area through his company, Wallace Hardware. Tommy Lillard worked for Mr. Wallace for more than a decade. This photo from about 1997 shows John Wallace, at left, Tommy, and Wilbur McMahan at the company.
When the congregation moved into a new sanctuary in 1926 this church was dismantled and used to build a house.
Rev. B. B. Brooks prepares to baptize a convert at Crestmont, North Carolina. The picture was taken in 1910.
Isaac and Charlotte (Lottie) Dockery and their family, which included 15 children.
Stewart Burden was noted throughout the county as a capable house mover.
Suttles dressed in his fireman clothes. In addition to his duties as a police officer, he was a member of the fire department and eventually became its chief
A 1958 election card for Ray Reagan’s successful race for Sevier County Judge.
Firefighters line the walkway as the pallbearers, Mike Taylor’s fellow Gatlinburg firefighters, carry the coffin to his final resting place. (Curt Habraken/The Mountain Press)
The Homespun Valley country store.
Red Clevenger standing in front of the last Red's Cafe, located on Court Avenue
Circuit Court Judge Rex Henry Ogle has announced his candidacy for re-election as Circuit Court Judge, Part III, in the Fourth Judicial District consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.
Bill “Chief” Robertson’s high school yearbook picture.
A brick made at Riverside Steam Brick Company, owned by Paris DeWitt McMahan.
Alf Newman in front of Newman’s Café in 1988
Hoffman’s home in a picture taken after the place had been abandoned
Mel Coffelt as a young man
The first Don Ward Furniture Company building in Gatlinburg.
Broady’s Hospital opened in 1940 on Bruce Street in downtown Sevierville.