Monthly Archives: March 2017

Women’s History Word Search

Can you find all of the Middle Tennessee Women in our new word search?

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Albert Gore, Sr. Speaks on St. Patrick’s Day in 1944

Written by Bradley Harjehausen, Graduate Assistant Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the Albert Gore Research Center! On March 17, 1944 Albert Gore, Sr., then a member of the House of Representatives, was a guest speaker at the St. Patrick Society … Continue reading

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99 Problems but a Woman Aviator Ain’t One

By Kelsey Lamkin, Graduate Assistant Amelia Earhart might be the most famous woman aviator in history, but in Tennessee, we have our own sheroes. The Ninety-Nines was founded in 1929 to encourage and support women aviators. Tennessee established its own … Continue reading

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Bringing Congress to Campus

Written by Sarah Calise, Archivist On Monday and Tuesday of this week, the Albert Gore Research Center hosted two distinguished guests from Congress: Ron Sarasin, who represented Connecticut’s District 5 from 1973-1979, and Glenn Nye, who represented Virginia’s District 2 … Continue reading

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