Mountain Empire Memories

A Photographic History of the Early Years

Limited quantity available.

The Bristol Herald Courier is pleased to present a hardcover coffee-table book, "Mountain Empire Memories: A Photographic History of the Early Years."

This heirloom-quality book features a glimpse of life in Bristol, as well as the surrounding communities in Sullivan, Washington and Wise counties, from the early years to 1939. Historic photos from Museum of the Middle Appalachians, William King Museum of Art, Bristol Historical Association, and our readers make this book a unique historic retrospective of our community.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Helen E.

Thank you for getting my order to me before. My son loved the book!!

Wilburn H.

My Mother and Father grew up in these parts!. So I can see now what things looked like when they grew up. Good to know some of the thing in the book that I remember them telling us when we were children. Wilburn Hoosier

Dawn W.
Mountain Empire Memories

Love all the pictures and notes on them. It's fun to go downtown and still see some of these buildings standing and how they look today.

Larry R.H.I.
Wonderful view down main street

My father in law loves all the wonderful pictures, brings back memories. My grand father is the person who designed and made the street plaques that line state street with Tennesse on one side and Virginia on the other. A wonderful gift and great coffee table book!

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