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  1. Thanks Marc and Chris, for sharing stories about the Mountain...

     Mon, Aug 13th - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Family & Education, Clubs & Organizations 0
    Thanks Marc and Chris, for sharing stories about the Mountain Mission school and the upcoming American Legends event! Who is going?
  2. Little Known Facts about Bristols Past by Joe Goodpasture Bristol...

     Fri, Aug 10th - Bristol History  Sports & Recreation, Clubs & Organizations 3
    Little Known Facts about Bristol’s Past by Joe Goodpasture Bristol’s first automobile, a red-and-black, steam-powered Locomobile owned by James King James, was delivered at the Union Depot in April of 1903. A ten-gallon boiler provided steam power for the vehicle, which sported wire wheels, solid rubber tires and soft, black
  3. The Gulf gas station once located on Gate City Hwy.

     Fri, Aug 10th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 2
    The Gulf gas station once located on Gate City Hwy. . . . . . .
  4. Anderson Elementary School with Pauline Ford (Boyd), teacher . .

     Fri, Aug 10th - Bristol History  Family & Education, Clubs & Organizations 3
    Anderson Elementary School with Pauline Ford (Boyd), teacher . . .
  5. A view of the Bristol Sign on State Street in

     Fri, Aug 10th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 4
    A view of the Bristol Sign on State Street in the 1940's. . . A classic view. . .
  6. Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN shared a photo.

     Thu, Aug 9th - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Clubs & Organizations 0
  7. Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN shared a photo.

     Thu, Aug 9th - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Clubs & Organizations 0
  8. Bristol Herald Courier home delivery in 1959. . . .

     Wed, Aug 8th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 6
    Bristol Herald Courier home delivery in 1959. . . . .
  9. Do you remember Big Mike? He was originally kept by...

     Wed, Aug 8th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 13
    Do you remember Big Mike? He was originally kept by the Shankle's, owner of the Shankle's Mill on West State Street, until the mill was removed to build Euclid Avenue. He was then moved to his cage on Blountville Hwy, and later released into the wild.
  10. Friends, food, fun -- and even some swag!

     Fri, Aug 3rd - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Food & Drinks, Clubs & Organizations 0
    Friends, food, fun -- and even some swag!
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