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Photograph of the Appalachian Trial between Thunderhead Mountain and Derrick Knob in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The photographer was Commodore (Cliff) Clifton Dunn and the photograph was taken in 1965.

Collection: Trail Clubs
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Photograph of the Appalachian Trial between Thunderhead Mountain and Derrick Knob in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The photographer was Commodore (Cliff) Clifton Dunn and the photograph was taken in 1965.

Collection: Trail Clubs
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A small group of volunteer trail maintainers on the Appalachian Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, May 19, 1947. The Appalachian Trail is unique among America's long distance hiking trails in that it is maintained almost exclusively by groups of volunteers from the many trail clubs that take care of the Trail along its more than 2,000 mile course.

Collection: Trail Clubs
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