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For Immediate Release
2009 "Knoxville Remembered" Calendars Are Now Available
November 10, 2008 - Give a gift of Knoxville's history! Knox County Public Library's 2009 calendar, "Knoxville Remembered" is now on sale. This one-of-a-kind calendar features images from the McClung Digital Collection and the Beck Cultural Exchange Center that offer a glimpse into Knoxville’s past. See how Knoxville’s architecture, entertainment and fashion have evolved over the last hundred years through these captivating photographs.

The cover features a photograph of the Emporium Building from July 1927. Other pictures include the University of Tennessee Football Team’s picture from 1924, Federal Judge Hastie’s South Knoxville childhood farmhouse from around 1912, and even children from November 10, 1947 posing in the Children’s Room of Lawson McGhee Library. The photographs are all from the first half of the 20th century.

Calendars are available for $10 at any library location. Checks can be made payable to the Friends of the Knox County Public Library. Proceeds benefit the Knox County Public Library. Contact any library location for more information. In addition to all Knox County Public Library locations, calendars will also be available at the Museum of East Tennessee History. There are a limited number, so act quickly!
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