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|6051||Ernest and Hattie von Beschwitz|
|6052||Ernst von Beschwitz|
John Joseph Varney and Howard Lester Varney
Maples gets a signed copy of a book by Bill Landry, who often featured her in his "Heartland" TV series.
The audience reacts to comments made by Herbert Clabo during his birthday celebration.
The first Masonic Temple in Sevierville was built on East Main Street in 1893 and was used by Mountain Star Lodge N. 197 for eighty years.
Cocke County General Sessions Judge John Bell, at right, confers with attorney Gordon Ball during a break in his trial on Monday. The trial ended abruptly when the parties agreed to a settlement of the issues raised in the case.
At a ceremony at Shaw Air Force Base in early June. Colonel Charles Moore, at right, became the new commander of the base. At left is Major General William Holland of the 9th Air Force, and out-going base commander Joseph Guastella Jr.
Officials from various agencies work to formulate a plan to step forward with clean up and getting the plant running. (Curt Habraken/The Mountain Press)
Sheriff Ron Seals
Sarah Stokely, left, reigning Miss Northeast Tennessee, is shown with Jane Alderson, Executive Director of the Miss Tennessee pageant. Stokley received the Miss Tennessee Community Service Award
|6072||File photo Curt Habraken/The Mountain Press|
Joseph McMahan walks down Bruce Street during the first Martin Luther King Day celebration in 2006.
|6073||Firefighters have freed the driver using the jaws of life.|
|6074||Five descendants of A. J. and Sally (Ketner) Bush attended Thursday's press conference announcing the proposed A. J. and Sally Bush Visitor Center in Chestnut Hill.|
Shown with an artist's conception of the building's facade are, from left, Jim Everett, Dandridge; Drew Everett, Knoxville; Carolyn Clevenger Rinehart, Dandridge; Jim Ethier and Kara Ethier, Knoxville.
|6075||Five generations of Joneses|
Portraits of five generations of the Jones family hang in Jones Chapel United Methodist Church today. From left are Sarah Hayes Jones, Charles Jones, James Jones, Addie Jones Huff, and Hattie Huff McMahan Waddell.
|6076||Fourth generation Berry family. Jeff Berry, Fred Berry and Julie Berry|
|6077||Fred, Ruth, and Mary - March 2002|
|6078||From Cheryl (Hawk) Redford|
Taken prior to 1938- in Smoky Mtns.- John Bunyan Stinnett "Preacher John" ( left), Humphrey Ownby- Wade's father (right)
|6079||From Cheryl (Hawk) Redford|
Rebecca F. Roberts (lady), Josie, George.
|6080||From Cheryl (Hawk) Redford|
left to right back row- "Preacher" John Bunyan Stinnett ( tall man), Baby Josie, Rebecca F. Roberts Stinnett (woman holding child), ?, Mary Jane, Hattie, Nancy, Aaron Moore. front row- Jim, George, Lee, ?, ?, ?.
|6081||From Cheryl (Hawk) Redford|
Little Greenbrier School- taken about 1920- John Stinnett ( man on right side in white shirt and black tie), Geneva Ellen Stinnett (girl on right side beside little boy looking back toward John Stinnett), Walker Sisters (left side).
|6082||From Cheryl (Hawk) Redford|
James Kirkland (man sitting in middle),Martha Ellen Kirkland (woman sitting in dark dress), Hattie Kirkland (girl sitting beside James in white dress- Blonde hair), John Kirkland (standing behind James to the right). Original photo given to Anch(?) Ogle
|6083||From http://www.robertatinogallery.com 2009|
Ruth Lillian Jauch, Frederick C. Jauch, Esther Emma Jauch, Harold Frederick Jauch
The Lucinda Oakley Ogle Cabin was dismantled in March of 2011 and moved to await rebuilding near the Gatlinburg welcome center on the Spur. The Gatlinburg Garden Club is in the midst of fundraising to pay for the reconstruction.
Maples, second from left, and Reese Ripatti at the naming of Maples-Marshall Hall at Walters State in Sevierville.
Frances Ostergren, one of the charter members of the Sevierville Garden Club and its oldest member at 101, chats with other club members Wednesday during the 25th anniversary celebration at the Fort Sanders Senior Center.
Signs in Pigeon Forge warn visitors to the riverbank along River Road to the hazards of the current situation in the river
Sarah Stokely, center, of Newport, was crowned Miss Greene County 2013 Saturday evening by her predcessor, Sara Mitchell, who was assisted by the 2012 Outstanding Teen, Naomi Boling.
|6095||Gail Crutchfield/The Mountain Press|
Alie Newman Maples looks out at the view of her Gatlinburg home, where the view has changed quite a bit over the years.
|6096||Gail Klebe submission|
|6097||Gail Klebe submission|
|6098||Gail Klebe submission|
|6099||Gary Russell points to a 1954 photograph of him, his parents and his siblings that is displayed at the Jake Russell home, built circa 1908.|
In the photo (from left) are Patricia Russell, Grayson Russell holding Gary, Edith Ward Russell holding Judy and Barbara Russell. At upper left is a photo of Jacob "Jake" Russell (right) and wife, Saletha Ann Long Russell, Gary Russell's great-grandpare
|6100||Georgia and Joe Atchley|