A partial index to the hundreds of thousands of photographs and images held by the Tennessee State Library and Archives.
Throughout its history, the Volunteer State has been home to many people who have had significant impact on the state, the country and even the...
The TeVA (Tennessee Virtual Archive) is a digital repository of Tennessee history and culture. New materials are added every day, featuring prints...
People don't usually associate libraries with murder and mayhem.
Tennessee is famous for many things, but some people may not realize the state once was a hotbed for
Tennessee Library and Archives Workshop: Women's Suffrage Movement
Tennessee Library and Archives Workshop: Preserving Tennessee Folkways
The Tennessee State Library and Archives’ exhibit program has been going strong for over a decade. Thanks to the vast collections within the Library & Archives, we have the privilege to showcase material from a wide array of topics regarding Tennessee history. Visitors can view current exhibits in person during our regular operating hours or explore many exhibits online from the comfort of their own homes. Our digital exhibits include subjects such as the Scopes Trial, Tennessee in the Civil War, and Women’s Suffrage. Each online exhibit can be accessed by using the links on this page.
We are currently working to re-start our traveling exhibits program and are open to suggestions on what you would like to see. For more information regarding online and in-person exhibits please contact our Exhibits Coordinator at Exhibits.TSLA@tn.gov.