Tag Archives: Finding Aid

Kingsport: American Red Cross

One day UPS delivered a box to the Kingsport Archives. Inside that box was a dress form. That dress form allowed us to unpack this uniform from the American Red Cross of Northeast Tennessee Collection, KCMC 247, and we couldn’t … Continue reading

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Kingsport: Safely Gathered In

There’s a new archival exhibit at the Kingsport Public Library. From the Boat Yard era to Modern Kingsport, churches have played an important part of town history.

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Kingsport: The Greene Papers

Nearly every collection has a few gems; interesting letters, fascinating photographs, glimpses into a forgotten past, remnants of triumphs, heartaches, and valiancy. 

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Archives: Writing, an Archivist’s Tool

I have been asked why I decided to go into archives. My answer is that archival science provides me with an academic challenge while combining my love of art, genealogy, and writing. That’s right. Writing!

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Kingsport: We’re Open for Business

The Muriel C. Spoden Collection is now open for patron access and the Finding Aid has been published online.

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Kingsport: The Light

The Light at the end of the tunnel, that is. And, I can more than just see it. I am standing in it. I am basking in it. The Spoden Collection is finished! Since completing the processing on October 20 … Continue reading

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