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    • Addio

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Camping -- Equipment and supplies
    • In October 1904 Kephart moved from Dicks Creek, near Dillsboro, North Carolina, to the Hazel Creek area of Swain County, North Carolina. His departure was shown in the Album as ''Addio! Sunday, Oct. 30, 1904.'' The photograph shows the remaining...
    • Al Foss Pork Rind Minnow

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931
    • Metal lure box (a -lid, b-bottom); brass colored tin with green painted labels; ''AL. FOSS PORK RIND MINNOW BOX'' with additional printing on green labels box stamped with ''No. 4 RED & WHITE'' denoting the type of lure enclosed; rust spots; dented...
    • Andy and One of His Wild Turkeys, Hall Cabin

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Log cabins -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Turkey hunting
    • Blue line image of Andy and a dead wild tukey posed in front of Hall Cabin, on the North Carolina / Tennessee state line in the Great Smoky Mountians. The Album caption reads ''Andy and one of his Wild Turkeys, Hall Cabin.''
    • Attempted Views from Summit

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Great Smoky Mountains National Park (N.C. and Tenn.)
    • One of two photographs labeled as ''Attempted Views from Summit'' at Hall Cabin, on the North Carolina / Tennessee state line in the Great Smoky Mountains.
    • Attempted Views from Summit

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.)
    • One of two photographs labeled as ''Attempted Views from Summit'' at Hall Cabin, on the North Carolina / Tennessee state line, Great Smoky Mountains.
    • Barnett and Other Natives

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Appalachians (People)
    • The caption in the Album reads: "Bob Barnett, Jim Stewart, and Boys." The handwritten text on the reverse of the photograph reads: "Barnett and other natives." This photograph is on Album page 43 with the heading "Great Smoky Mts."
    •  Baumgardners

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Appalachians (People)
    • Baumgardners. This photograph shows a man, a woman, a girl and baby.
    • Bee-Gum

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Bee hunting; Beehives; Bee culture;
    • A Bee-Gum. This picture appeared in ''Our Southern Highlanders'' (1921, p. 248) and in Kephart's series ''The Southern Highlander'' (part II, ''The Back of Beyond,'' Outing Magazine, p. 403) as ''A Bee-Gum.'' This photograph is on Album page 21...
    •  Belle Brown feeding cane-mill

    • Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931; Brown, Belle; Sugarcane -- Postharvest technology; Appalachians (People)
    • Belle Brown feeding cane-mill. This photograph is on Album page 5 with the heading ''Tuckaseegee River.'' This is one of three photographs on the page depicting the production of sorghum molasses.

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