The over 200 rare postcards presented here show how Asheville emerged from a period of hard times brought on by a great flood and a country at war. Once World War I ended, a feeling of newfound freedom overtook Asheville's citizen's and the fast tempo of the earlier days soon resumed. Asheville's citizen's and the tempo of the earlier days soon resumed. Asheville once again became destination for travelers - this time the automobile brought sightseers to the mountains and many new roadside motels and restaurant thrived.
The images in this exciting new volume were selected from the unique collection of deltriologist Fred Kahn. Together with its companion, this book represents the most comprehensive collection of antique postcard images ever assembled on this, one of North Carolina's most scenic areas.
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