Monthly Archives: September 2012

Regional collections at the AGRC show life as it was

Written by Aja Bain, Graduate Assistant Here at the Albert Gore Research Center, our regional collections of documents and objects can reveal compelling glimpses into everyday life in Middle Tennessee and the issues facing ordinary citizens in the past century. … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Lunch Event with Ken Fieth

Bring your own lunch to the Albert Gore Research Center Conference Room (Todd  Hall 129) at 11:30 on Wednesday, October 10th, and join the discussion with the archivist of the first city-county metropolitan government in the country.  This will be … Continue reading

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Restricted Case Files Shed Light on the Struggles of Tennesseans, 1949-1971

Written by Natalie Goodwin, Assistant Archivist for Political Collections I have just completed work on the restricted case files in Albert Gore, Sr.’s Senate Papers. The papers include Social Security Case Files, Service Academy Case Files, and Veterans Case Files. The … Continue reading

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