Our first issue features four articles:
The first article describes the work our staff and volunteers are doing to restore old Supreme Court records and make them available to patrons in a digital format.
The second article deals with a map of Japan that the Library & Archives has in its possession. This map has raised some unanswered questions, which our archivists would like help in answering.
The third article is a feature about the Wills fellowship program, in which a researcher chosen by the Tennessee Historical Society spends a week (or more) examining records housed at the Library & Archives.
The fourth article is about people who participate in "living history" programs, particularly focusing on Myers Brown, one of our archivists who has done this since he was a teenager.