Tusculum College Hosts Restoration and Archives Program
Published: 4:45 PM, 11/05/2009
Tusculum College hosted several programs on the proper careof
collectibles, antiques and papers at their President Andrew Johnson Museumand Library on Oct. 30.
Held in conjunction with National Archives Month, theprograms featured discussions with experts from
the Tennessee State Museum andETSU's Archives of Appalachia, as well as restored vintage films from
TusculumCollege and Greeneville.
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Keywords: archive,  workshop,  tusculum,  college,  archiving
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