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Posted: Sunday, March 16, 2014 9:45 am | Updated: 1:29 pm, Thu Jun 26, 2014.

It seems that Bristol’s Golden Age of building extended from around 1890 to about 1915 with a few exceptions in either direction. I do not know of a single residence yet standing within the limits of the original town of Bristol that can be dated to the 1850s.

Of course as the town limits were extended, a few were to be taken in that can be dated to that period. I think of the home of Bob and Michelle White at 42 Lowry Lane in Bristol, Tenn. The White’s home is of the mid to late 1840s.

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