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Historic Cumberland Gap and Pinnacle Mountain, "In Old Kentucky"--K74, 1. Three States Corner 2. Historic Cumberland Gap, Early Gateway To The West. (Printed verso reads: "Three States corner is the spot where Tennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky meet. Close by is famous Cumberland Gap, the early gateway to the West, a natural cut through the Cumberland Mts. The Pinnacle, shown in the center background, is 3000 above sea level." No Postmark)

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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