Taking Shelter in a Chestnut Tree
Members of the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club enjoying the big chestnut tree stop, March 5, 1932. Before the Chestnut Blight wiped out almost all American Chestnut trees in the Eastern United States, trees of this size were not uncommon along the Appalachian Trail.
Albert Gordon (Dutch) Roth, 1890-1974
FormatBlack and white photograph
Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project, The University of Tennessee Libraries, Knoxville Tennessee
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Albert Gordon (Dutch) Roth, 1890-1974, “Taking Shelter in a Chestnut Tree,” Appalachian Trail Histories, accessed June 1, 2023, https://appalachiantrailhistory.org/items/show/452.