Title: Glenview Home on Lookout Mountain
Catalog Number: 2018.016.0001
Date (Years): 1911-1920
A real photo postcard of the Glenview Home on Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. Mrs. R. T. Hause, proprietor.
A two-story wood framed home with painted clapboard siding, shingle roof, and a stone foundation. Its side elevation has a two-story open porch with decorative fretwork. A painted sign that says “Glenview Home” hangs between porch floors. The front elevation has a one-story covered porch and attic gable.
The semi-wooded property is surrounded by a wood and chicken wire fence. In the foreground, there’s a semi-circular dirt roadway that leads up to a wood-slatted gate. Parked on the road is a left-hand drive open automobile with leather uploaded seats, brass lanterns, headlights, and radiator. The number 1229 is on the front license plate. There is a wood pole dead center of the image with powerlines attached to its left side.
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