USN Archives launches new exhibit

The University School of Nashville Archives opened a new digital exhibit featuring highlights from the school's yearbook collection from 1920–1980. View "Yearbooks Through the Years" now.
By Kat Trammell '99, Archivist

USN Archives offers a robust collection of digital exhibits available for viewing at any time. Most recently, the Archives launched "Yearbooks Through the Years," an exhibit that focuses on the digitization of annuals from our earliest years to present. 

The exhibit features photographs and highlights from the Archives' extensive yearbook collection. Currently, the focus is on one yearbook from each decade from 1920–1980; as the project evolves, the goal is to make all yearbooks digitally accessible to members of the PDS/USN community.

The exhibit was curated by Lara Apgar (Parent of Tate Green '25, Celeste Green '27, & Hadley Green '29) with support from Archivist Kat Trammell '99. Apgar has enjoyed volunteering in Hassenfeld Library since Hadley started kindergarten and created the exhibit as part of her work in pursuit of a master's degree in information systems. 

Learn more about "Yearbooks Through the Years" on the Archives' digital site now.

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