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BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

Black Mountain, N. C.

BULLETIN 3

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE BULLETIN
SERIES 1, NO. 3

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VIEWS OF AND FROM THE COLLEGE
Outside of Folder:

On this page: airplane view, Lee Hall
in center, with dining hall in back and swim­
ming pool at right,

Left: Robert E. Lee Hall.

Center: setting of the College
in the mountains on the slope of the Blue
Ridge, main divide between the Atlantic
Seaboard and Mississippi watersheds. View,

looking south, from the railroad near the
Black Mountain Station, on the main line
from New York to Asheville. (Black Moun­
tain is 3 miles and Asheville 17 miles from
the College. Elevation 2700 feet.)

Inside of Folder:

Panorama looking north. View
of the Great Craggy Mountains and other
ranges with the Swannanoa Valley in the
foreground.