Title: Man standing on Umbrella Rock, Point Lookout, Lookout Mountain

Catalog Number: 2017.044.0001

Date (Years): 1901-1910, 1911-1920


A man is standing on Umbrella Rock, Point Lookout, Lookout Mountain. He is wearing a dark, three-piece suit, with a white shirt with a high collar. The vest has large metal buttons down the front. The man’s hands are clasped behind his back. Unusually, he is not wearing a hat. The image is taken from the side of Umbrella Rock. There is a tall wooden ladder leaning against the rock that provides access to the higher parts of the rock outcropping. There is a tall tree along the left side of the image.

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