Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Postcards from the Mountains

King College
Bristol, Tennessee
(Penny Postcards from Bristol and
Kingsport, Tennessee - USGenWeb Archives)

Johnson City, Tennessee
(Johnson's Depot)

Chattanooga, Tennessee
(University of Tennessee, Chattanooga; Lupton Library -
"Early 20th Century Chattanooga Postcards)

University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia
(Penny Postcards from Charlottesville, Virginia - USGenWeb Archives)

Franklin, North Carolina
(Postcards of Western North Carolina)

Wheeling, West Virginia
(Wheeling National Heritage Area)

Blowing Rock
Avery County, North Carolina
(Boone Historic Archives)

Grandfather Mountain
Avery County, North Carolina
(Penny Postcards from North Carolina - USGenWeb Archives)

Hollins University
Roanoke, Virginia
(Penny Postcards from Virginia - USGenWeb Archives)

The University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia

Johnson City, Tennessee
(Vintage East Tennessee Postcards)

Knoxville, Tennessee
(Penny Postcards from Tennessee - USGenWeb Archives)

Ashland, Kentucky

West Virginia University
Morgantown, West Virginia


Charleston, West Virginia
(Penny Postcards from West Virginia; USGenWeb Archives)

Davis & Elkins College
Elkins, West Virginia

Note: Many, though not all, of the websites on this page have original postcards for sale - this is their operator's livelihood. I recommend that, if you enjoy the cards on display here it is worth considering a purchase. Thanks for your services, folks.


John L. Kerns said...

Great post!

~c. said...

I must be getting old. I actually can't tell what building appears in the King College postcard. And of course, the WVU stadium pictured has been moved and replaced.

Tim said...

You missed a photo of W&L. Yeah, yeah, I know, but I'm from Raphine. Here's the webcm:

Our Goblin Market said...

I was just looking at the family postcard album my grandparents kept the other day and think we have a couple of these in the book. The post card is such a great funky way to communicate and should be used more often.

CS said...

Wow, I put in time at UT and UVA, have ancestors from Franklin, KY, and did my internship in Johnson City - its a little postcard review of part of my life!

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