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The Smoky Mountain Historical Society has published a variety of books. They are great sources for anyone interested in local genealogy.
Eli Ownby, left, with his uncle, Lem Ownby
E. L. Reagan sits on the bridge with tourists in an undated photograph.
An early view from the 1950s of Midtown Lodge.
Cora Ownby Morton weaving in her home.
Jasper Mellinger is buried along with two of his children in a small family cemetery located a short walking distance off of Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail.
Wiley Oakley was known as the Roamin’ Man of the Smokies.
Joseph Logsdon, president of the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Foundation, stands before the new Arts and Crafts Heritage Center in front of a drawing of a proposed museum the foundation hopes to build in the near future.
Cameron, Ingle & Company, an ice cream parlor and restaurant, was once located in the Emert Brick. After remodeling in 1914 the business occupied the entire first floor until 1920.
Picturesque Middle Creek United Methodist Church was built in 1901.
Leander Huskey family at their home in Greenbrier in 1915 - Leander, holding daughter Blanche; wife Mertie, holding daughter Zelma; Della standing by mother Mertie; in rear: Mayford and Bergie.
Uncle Lem Ownby sitting in his favorite chair. He died in 1984 at the age of 94.
Rev. Clell King, right, served as pastor of Pigeon Valley Baptist Church for ten years. He and his wife, the former Betty Jean Cagle of Hartford, now reside in Pigeon Forge.
The New Riverside Hotel as it appeared in 1937.
Aunt Liddy on her spinning wheel.
Conley Sims standing in his first barber shop on Bruce Street.
In February of 1987, the congregation of Liberty Church honored their beloved pastor, O. W. Harer, on his 90th birthday. From left are Tommy Bell, ReVel Bell, Mr. Harer, Jan Bell Caughron, and Grace Harer.
During World War II, Charles Lamer Ogle and his sweetheart Della Ford exchanged Valentines greetings including the card shown at left. Upon his discharge from the service in 1945, Lamer returned to Cocke County and married Della.
Casey Oakley (center) is joined by daughter-in-law Lisa Oakley and son Brad Oakley at Twin Creeks on July 8 for his 87th birthday celebration. Doug Mills (not pictured), who previously served as a camera operator for WBIR's "Heartland Series," filmed the