Nov. 1897: Sam Sherfey, the accommodating boot black at the Eclipse barber shop, had gone to Virginia and married him a wife. Sam had returned to Johnson City, and his wife was expected to follow.
Nov. 4, 1904: Prominent architects from New York City had visited the city recently “to look after contracts and buildings under construction at the Soldier’s Home.”
Nov. 4, 1968: Dawn of Hope Developmental Center, a program for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, opened in St. John’s Episcopal Church.
Nov. 4, 2009: The Johnson City Press reported that Jonesborough resident Jim Stevens had been seeing the face of Jesus in the morning dew on his pickup’s driver’s side door window for a few weeks.
Sources: The Comet; Johnson City Staff; “History of Washington County, Tennessee”; Johnson City Press