When I Was 69

When I Was 69
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Friday, January 4, 2019

More vintage photos of Ashevile

Since I posted the first batch, I have lost the link to where I got these photos on line originally, so I don't have details about them. But if you can be patient, then just enjoy them as being early Asheville photos.

 The French Broad River crossing following the Civil War, when bridges had been burned...

The Fire Department in Asheville.

 Looking toward Vance Memorial obelisk and Court House.

I think this is the Baptist Church.

Victory parade at end of WW I. 1919

 "The Citizen" newspaper building with writing across it.

1 comment:

  1. It's the pull lines of the ferry that particularly draw my eye. I wonder what the horses would have thought doing such a crossing.


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