Jim Lane's Cabin, Shepherd of the Hills Fame in Branson, Missouri.
Divided Back Vintage Postcard in Good, Posted in 1928 Condition. This C.T. American Art Colored post card was published by White River Art Station, A.K. Bishop of Branson, Missouri.
Postcard shows a view of the original Jim Lane Cabin which was burned on July 22, 1922. The Bud Fausett family lived in this cabin when it was burned. The girls in front of the cabin are three of Bud Fausett's daughters. This cabin is well known through the novel "Shepherd of the Hills" by Harold Bell Wright.
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