Title: Man standing near edge of Sunset Rock, J. H. Gaston, Lookout Mountain Photography Gallery
Catalog Number: 2017.031.0001
Date (Years): 1899-1901
A man stands near the edge of a rocky precipice, Sunset Rock on Lookout Mountain. He is wearing a dark, three-piece suit, white shirt, bow tie, and bowler hat. He is holding an umbrella in his left hand. The man has short hair and a neat moustache. Heavy forest covers the land below the precipice. In the far distance is the Tennessee River and valley. This is a reversed image on tin and dates from 1899-1901.
Point Hotel can just be seen in the distant background on Point Lookout, over the man’s right shoulder.
The image is unmarked but attributed to the photographer, J. H. Gaston.
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