From Our Collections: Evolution of a Town

Author: Sierra Maxwell, Archives Graduate Assistant For the past week, I have been working on the Mildred Kozsuch collection. Kozsuch graduated from ETSU in 1969 with a M. A. in library service, and continued to D.C. where she obtained archives training at the National Archives' Modern Archives Institute in 1979. She worked for ETSU's Sherrod …

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“Just wanted to say hello…”

This selection of postcards comes from the W.B. “Pat” Watson Collection. Mr. Watson operated Pat’s Trading Post, a salvage and collectible store, at 106 Main Street in Johnson City, Tennessee during the 1930s and 1940s. Later, Mr. Watson managed an insurance company. Many of the documents in this collection came from his grandfather, James F. Beals. …

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