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View of downtown Asheville with the playground at Asheville's Martin Luther King Jr. Park in the foreground. The Park contains a baseball field, playground and jogging trails. The BB&T, Jackson Building, Municipal Buildings, and Mount Zion...
Dr. Schenck, Aubery Drury (Administrative Secretary of Save the Redwood League), Swift Berry (BFS 1907), George Merck (BFS), Warren Hannan Director, Division of Natural Resources, California), Clyde Martin Weyerhouser Timber Co.),
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Men's First Aid Group of Sayles Biltmore Bleacheries 1,410,562 more hours worked without a lost time accident. cars and trees in background. The plant employed between 500-700 workers on its 200 acre site.
Montreat (N.C.) -- History ; Montreat College ; Presbyterian Church -- North Carolina -- Montreat
Montreat Lake (Lake Swan): Cottages and mountains in background. The Mountain Retreat Association, an association of non-denominational ministers, established the religious retreat in 1877. In 1911 it became a Presbyterian Center.
Front and side of Nurses' Home. The building was a bequest of Edward Latta, an architect out of Charlotte who moved to Asheville, ended up in the hospital all while being impressed by the efficacy of the nursing staff. An area of Biltmore Avenue...