This is the backside of a building on Charlemont Street. The upper level was divided up into apartments. The ground level housed a variety of businesses over the years. The building was razed and the land is now part of a church’s parking lot.
I took the reference picture for this drawing the day they tore this historic building down. That’s why you can see through the front door. The site is a parking lot now…for a church.
This is in the 200 block of Broad Street. Built ten years after Kingsport was incorporated, again.
This triangular building was Kingsport Travel’s office for many years. It fronted on Charlemont Street, with the alley between it and what is now Able Printing (it used to be Able Cable Company). This building was lost in a land grab by a local church.