Johnson City, Tennessee
 
   
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Southside School
Diploma From Southside School
Southside School in 1980s
 
Mayne Williams Library

Unaka and City National Bank
Bank Letterhead
Bank Logo
Unaka & City Checks

Northside School

Spring Street

Johnson City Municipal Building

World War I Victory Celebration

Johnson City Soldiers
Appalachian League

JC Soldiers vs. New York Bloomer Girls

National Soldiers Home Baseball

St. John's Roan Street

Science Hill High School


North Junior High Roan Street
 
First Presbyterian Church

Johnson City Fire Department
Boss - the Famous Mascot
 
Johnson City Fire Department

First Methodist Church
Present site of King's Building


Johnson City Country Club

Market Street at Fountain Square
Windsor Hotel on left
  
Empire Chair Company
Sign from Empire Chair Co.


John Sevier Hotel
High Resolution Photo

West Walnut Street
Johnson City Foundry
Foundry Ad from 1930

George L. Carter House
ETSC Campus


Watauga Avenue

"The Oaks Castle "
Home of Judge Thad Cox - 1922
1899 Check from Thad Cox

Market Square

King's Department Store Construction
Rendering of King's Building


Farmer's Exchange Building
Market Street
Rendering of Building - 1918
 
 
Roosevelt Stadium
 
Early Billboards Viewable by Cars and Trains


Empire Furniture Company - One of a host of hardwood industries using Appalachian lumber in old Johnson City.
View company rendering of Empire Furniture Company plant.
Note - Click on the thumbnail images above to link to larger images.

Sources - Archives of Appalachia, Burr Harrison Collection
Johnson City Economic Development Board Collection
Local Collections: Bob Cox, Sue Lyle, Joe Wilson



1927: Proclaiming A New Business Empire
Caution: Depression Just Ahead
 
     
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Johnson City Historical Population Data
1870 - 1930

Census
Population
1870
500
1880
685
1890
4,161
1900
4,645
1910
8,501
1920
12,441
1930
25,080

Note: Population data for 1870 is Estimated

 

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