This is postmarked 1956. It was published by Blackburn News Agency. The company was located on Boone Street, started in 1945 by Joseph D. Blackburn and his wife, both former school teachers in Charlotte. In 1960, they were servicing over 200 newsstands in the area with paperbacks and, obviously, postcards (Kingsport Times-News). It was printed by Curt Teich in Chicago.
Blackburn had a series of postcards of Kingsport. This is noted as B-27.
Glenn Souders was working as a photographer for the Kingsport Times-News in the early 60s. I suppose the “Souders Photo Service” was a side business for him.
I mention this for two reasons: a) this is the only card I’ve ever seen that lists him as the publisher (it was printed by Dexter Press in New York) and b) I was hired by Glenn at WKPT Radio in 1967. He, much later, became a priest. He showed up at the station sometime in the 90s and the boss brought him by my office. The expression on my face when I saw him in a collar caused them both to laugh.
First Baptist Church, Sullivan Street portico. The church originally faced Shelby Street and this was the general area of the main entrance.