scintillating-scotoma After Audrey s death in Douglas married June Edmondson Harvill widow from Maryville and she her four children came to live Buckhorn Inn. Doug and June had two children Tina Ellen

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The evolution of Buckhorn Inn was family effort from beginning. RIGHT The Bebb Family Standing from Joe Doug Jon. About his discovery Douglas said just found the tree so say that money does grow trees if you find right . He patented it and was taken for distribution by Jackson Perkins

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He patented it and was taken for distribution by Jackson Perkins. LEFT Rachael Young Second Mistress of Buckhorn Inn the year June died Douglas sold to Knoxvillians Robert and Lindsay . BELOW Nighttime view from the Inn

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He felled his own trees for firewood and milled lumber. Douglas Bebb and his wife Audrey became interested the Smokies because of parents amateur botanists who visited newly established Great Smoky Mountains National Park early . BELOW Room circa. According to Ellen those who knew her father well would throw an extra bottle of Jim Beam for innkeeper

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Seated from right Molly Tina June Ellen and Anna Stan wife. Douglas Bebb and his wife Audrey became interested the Smokies because of parents amateur botanists who visited newly established Great Smoky Mountains National Park early . A major renovation and expansion program was begun. Until the s a staff of four served three meals day. RIGHT Room Circa Rachael redecorated all the upstairs bedrooms using decorator favorite toile and below

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Ellen Bebb Saunders Douglas and June youngest daughter lives in Knoxville remembers growing up this family of innkeepers fondly. c function use strict var k G. Douglas Bebb and his wife Audrey became interested the Smokies because of parents amateur botanists who visited newly established Great Smoky Mountains National Park early . Ellen said that letting the Inn go was difficult for her father My hands had touched every inch of wood particle soil. He used his Chicago Art Institute training to carve buckheads for highway signs advertising the Inn. Because the Inn served big lunch those days folks from Knoxville would drive up to for

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P G. Breakfast lunch and dinner served. As Tennessee was dry in the early years guests would bring their wine and spirits with them

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Var Feedback function use strict tAttribute id genId . RIGHT The Bebb Family Standing from Joe Doug Jon. A meditation In Lee and John Mellor became the third owners of Innand prayer labyrinth was built one large meadows