Metropolitan Nashville/Davidson County Archives
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Metropolitan Government Archives
The Metropolitan Government Archives, a division of the Nashville Public Library, collects and preserves the historically valuable records of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County, as well as other records of historical or documentary significance reflecting the history of our city. The Archives has ongoing programs to maintain and develop its collections, and welcomes researchers to come explore its treasures. The Archives has over 5 million records dating from the 1780s to the present.
Our "First Tuesday at the Metro Archives" is always on the first Tuesday of the month, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. The Archives is located on the third floor of the Nashville Public Library Downtown, 615 Church Street, Nashville, TN, 37219. Please contact Metro Archives at 862-5880 or email Ken.Fieth@nashville.gov for more information. This event is free and open to the public.
December 2nd – "Hood's Tennessee Campaign." Dr. James Knight will present his book on the subject.
January 6th – "Tennesseans at War 1812-1815: Andrew Jackson, the Creek War, and the Battle of New Orleans." Dr. Tom Kanon will give a talk about his book.
February 3rd – "The Day the Whistles Cried." Betsy Thorpe will give a talk about her recently published book.
March 3rd – "Finding at the Archaeological Dig at Grassmere Cemetery" with Dr. Hodge.
First Ward Democratic Club preparing to deliver Christmas meals, December, 1940.
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