Public Service Announcement Featuring Former Governor Winfield Dunn
When Winfield Dunn took office as governor in 1971, the current Tennessee State Library & Archives building was almost 20 years old. Now the building is 65 years old - and Gov. Dunn believes it is time for a replacement to be constructed. The existing building has reached its storage capacity and has a number of other issues that make both preservation of records and public access to those records very difficult. The Tennessee General Assembly may soon decide whether or not to include funding for a new building in next year's budget.
We hope you'll consider joining us in supporting this important project.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives is a division of the Tennessee Department of State and Tre Hargett, Secretary of State