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Johnson City Mills

 Organization

This Johnson City hosiery mill was incorporated in 1916 and operated at 101 New Street. The original board of directors consisted of Ben A. Morton, C. L. Dooley, J. P. Roddy, G. H. Gallaher, and T. F. Dooley. In 1952, Leon-Ferenbach, Inc. acquired controlling interest in the company, adding the plant to its existing operations in the city. The company operates under that name at present.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Crumley Family Account Books

 Collection — other: Box 1
Identifier: 500-AppMs 801
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two general store account ledgers for Crumley Bros. (Brown’s Mill) and one W.D. Gray gristmill cash ledger (Flourville).

Burr Harrison Photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-64
Scope and Contents The Burr Harrison Photographs consist of 380 photographic images (prints and negatives) depicting Johnson City and environs circa 1881-1958. The collection represents only a portion of Harrison's work, as much of it did not survive. The collection centers on photographs of commercial buildings in downtown Johnson City; industries, residences, apartment houses and churches in the city; buildings and activities at Mountain Home; and buildings at East Tennessee State Normal School (ETSNS). Some of...

Johnson City Mills Records

 Collection — other: Box 1
Identifier: AppMs-350
Scope and Contents The Johnson City Mills Records consist of administrative records of the company and include a charter of incorporation with amendments and a volume of minutes of the board of directors. In addition to minutes, the volume contains proxy notices, stockholder reports, and other information documenting the history of the company from 1916 to 1952.