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The second Digitization Event will be in Nashville.

May 18 – 20, 2018

at the:

Nashville Public Library – Downtown Branch
615 Church Street
NashvilleTN 37219

A team of scholars and archivists will be at the Nashville Public Library – Downtown Branch – on May 18-20 to record and digitize material related to African American women’s history prior to 1930 for a statewide humanities project commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

We are looking for family and community history about: suffrage, voting, political activity, Club and Church women, community work, nurses, teachers, and racial uplift.

The public can bring in original photographs, letters, scrapbooks, and other memorabilia to the museum on the days and times listed above. Items will be scanned and returned to the owner.

Please use one of the options below to make a reservation. *

Via phone:  615-913-2513

Via contact form:

*Making a reservation is highly recommended. We will do our best effort to accommodate walk-ins if time allows.

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