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The new Bristol Hotel has some wonderful reminders of the...

From Bristol History on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 in Clubs & Organizations & Photos
The new Bristol Hotel has some wonderful reminders of the building's and the cities' past. The carpet on the upper floors has the names of pre-Bristol imprinted on the floor, and Clarence B. "Bluejohn" Kearfott's Map of the Appalachian Region was enlarged and framed on the bottom floor. Tim
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The BRISTOL HISTORY has been up and running for ten years in 2018. It was the first to be dedicated to the overall history of the city and preceded by the FB FANS OF BUNTINGS DRUG STORE, who's administrator died a short time later. In 2008 we felt there was interest in a broader dedicated to the Twin-Cities and BRISTOL HISTORY was begun. Founding administrator Gary Rose retired from the but BRISTOL HISTORY continues with current administrators Tim Buchanan, Jessie Manuel and Fred South. The is associated with the Bristol Historical Association, with whom I am the 2014-17 president. The will continue in a similar form but with new material, special columns and reports on historical projects and events throughout our city. If it's happening we'll make an effort to let you know about it. A PAGE is open to the general public and we welcome you to take a peek, post photographs and stories, ask questions and let others know what is going on in the city. Tim BuchananIt is my desire that this site may be used as an open classroom to learn, debate, share, and enjoy the stories about the people and events that have made Bristol a "Good Place to Live"

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5 Comments on "The new Bristol Hotel has some wonderful reminders of the...":

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
Where is this located? It been years since I’ve been back home.
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
I need to take a tour.
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018
This hotel looks wonderful. I cannot wait to see it in person. Way to go Bristol.
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018
Loving what you’ve done here.
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018
Gloria Shirey

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