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Photo - Boxwood Manor Slave House - May 24 2008.pdf
A photo of the Boxwood Manor Slave House taken on May 24, 2008.

A leaflet stating the history of Brainard Chapel which began in 1949 in Greeneville, Tennessee.

A newspaper photo of Cecil C. Mills standing in front of Greene County Court House. He served as both prosecutor and Baptist minister. Dated May 4, 1996.

A certificate from The Tennessee Federation of Music Clubs awarded to Treva Posey for high musical achievement in the National Federation Festivals in 1960.

An article about Greenevile's Dawana Gudger sinning for the Pope.

Declaration of Black History Month.pdf
A newspaper clipping from 1997 about Greenville Mayor G. Thomas Love signing a proclamation declaring February as Black History Month.

A newspaper article about the ribbon cutting and dedication of the Morgan Square Downtown Redevelopment Center. Pictures included. Dated September 30, 1996.

Article - Denise Carter - Miss Greene County - 1975.pdf
An article written by the 1975 Miss Greene County winner, Deniese Carter, expressing her gratitude for the opportunity.

Article - Denise Carter - Miss Greene County - WInning Solo.pdf
Deneise Carter performs a solo a the 1975 Miss Greene County pageant.

A 2001 newspaper article about Eddie Anderson's acceptance of the Exchange Club of Greeneville's highest honor for community service, the "Book of Golden Deeds."
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