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Today in Johnson City History: April 3

Rebecca Henderson and Johnson City Press • Apr 3, 2019 at 7:30 AM

April 3, 1910: The original Carnegie Hotel burned.

April 3, 1939: A Mr. Conley was charged with being a “Peeping Tom.” He was fined $15, and served time.

April 3, 1941: The City Commission created the Johnson City Planning Commission.

April 3, 1950: The Harlem Globetrotters played the House of David in a game at the Science Hill High School gymnasium.

Sources: Johnson’s Depot; Johnson City Court Records, 1939; City of Johnson City; Johnson City Press-Chronicle.

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