Nov. 10, 1904: The Johnson City Traction Company was selling street car tickets to school children and teachers at 2 1/2 cents each. The rate would be in effect during the entire school season.
Nov. 10, 1938: Mrs. Carrie Pace sent congratulations to the Honorable Prentice Cooper, who was elected governor two days previously.
Nov. 10, 1980: The Tennessee Baptist Convention began a four-day meeting at Freedom Hall Civic Center. More than 6,000 people attended.
Nov. 10, 2001: An addition to St. John’s Episcopal Church was dedicated.
Sources: The Comet; Archives of Appalachia, Cox-Painter-Adams Family Papers; Bobbie H. Shirley, Freedom Hall; “In the Footsteps of Faith: A Tour of 14 of Johnson City’s Century-Old Churches.”