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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
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.
Nearly every collection has a few gems; interesting letters, fascinating photographs, glimpses into a forgotten past, remnants of triumphs, heartaches, and valiancy.
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!
The Muriel C. Spoden Collection is now open for patron access and the Finding Aid has been published online.