For her "Positively Tennessee" news segment, WATE-TV6's Lori Tucker recently interviewed Audiovisual Archivist John Morton about the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound's on-going preservation efforts.
To mark the 40th Anniversary of the Knoxville International Energy Exposition–Energy Expo 82 (commonly called the 1982 World's Fair), more than 1,000 images from the international event have been scanned and added to the Calvin M. McClung Digital Collection. In time, additional items will be added as the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection is the official repository of the Knoxville International Energy Exposition. It also houses a number of unique, personal collections of photographs and memorabilia from "when the world came to Knoxville."
United States Civil War sketches made by Knoxville-native Samuel Bell Palmer (1843-1872) are now available for viewing on the Calvin M. McClung Digital Collection.
The 1950 Census meets its 72-year withholding threshold today, April 1, 2022, and is set to be released to the public, not only advancing the most recent census records available by a decade but also providing historical data for the start of what would become the Baby Boomer generation.