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"Beaucatcher Mountain as seen from the top of Eagle St. circa 1890. Beaumont Lodge (W.M. Hazzard house) on summit, Ardmion (O.C. Hamilton house, later Sky Club) below that." Shared by Vance Pollock on "You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . ." Facebook page.

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I Love North Carolina Sign

I Love North Carolina Sign

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"Maria Beale Fletcher, Miss America 1962, homecoming program" Shared by Vance Pollock on "You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . ." Facebook page.

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Looking north on Broadway, early 1970s. Posted by Mark Huber on "You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . ." Facebook page.

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The Peak of the Parkway

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Seely's Castle; Asheville NC. n Asheville, NC with Mark de Castrique in The Fitzgerald Ruse

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Castle in the Sky

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"1969 local newspaper ad for the Tunnel Road Shopping Center & Mall, the "Shopping Showplace of W.N.C.", when All-America City status was awarded to Asheville for the second time. It was first awarded in 1951, at that time in a broader sense, to Asheville-Buncombe County." Shared by Mark Huber on "You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if..." Facebook page.

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from This Day in North Carolina History

There She Is: Maria Beale Fletcher, Miss America, 1961

On September 9, 1961, Maria Beale Fletcher of Asheville became the first—and, so far, only— Miss North Carolina to be crowned Miss America. Born in June 1942, she was the oldest child of Charles Be...

There She Is: Maria Beale Fletcher, Miss America, 1961

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The Great Smoky Mountain Booklist - Jump Into A Book

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