H6033 Village in Mountains of the South. This village is entirely dependent on the business of a young man converted through the efforts of a Methodist preacher. His store, cannery, and farm together with his push cart makes it a lively center. The Methodist Episcopal Church has a circuit covering this village and furnishes the only preaching available.
H6119 Twenty-eight boarders besides the family which runs the boarding house. All use this little out building which is close up against the wall of the house and seemingly as unsanitary as can be made.
H3947 Interior of a frame house, shows a homemade chair bottomed with cords and the wall papered with current newspapers, but the floor is bare of carpet. Two pictures in a frame, showing two old people, probably the father and mother adorn the wall. This is what we would call a well kept house. Tennessee.
H3948 Exterior of a frame house, one of the humbler frame houses. The universal chimney stands at the end, for heating purposes, while part of the porch has been utilized with water and is filled from the trough under the eaves of the lean-to. Tennessee.
H17489 Tree marking birthplace of Dr. Carroll Bull. Sevierville, Tennessee
H17490 Dr. Bull. Discoverer of remedy for gas-gangrene. (Gas-gangrene is rapidly spreading gangrene occurring in dirty wounds infected by bacteria that give off a foul-smelling gas.) Born in one room cabin. Sevierville, Tennessee
H17491 Home of Uncle Marion McCarter, one son has been a student in Murphy College. Sevierville, Tennessee
H17492 Two story mountain cabin built by grandfather of the Priest of Murphy College. Near Sevierville, Tennessee