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  2. Nashville Public Library - Wikipedia

    The Nashville Public Library Foundation is a non-profit founded in 1997 to raise funds for the Nashville Public Library. Depending on private donors, the Nashville Public Library Foundation offers funds for various programs, services, and building improvements in the library system.

  3. Galen Fott - Wikipedia

    Galen Sander Fott (born September 9, 1963) is an American director, animator, writer, and actor. His animated short films have won awards and have screened at film festivals in London, Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Houston (ten-time Remi Award Winner), and San Francisco (three-time Golden Gate Award nominee).

  4. Wikipedia:Meetup/Nashville/Our Story Matters Editathon ...

    The Nashville Public Library is hosting an "Our Story Matters Wikipedia Edit-a-thon" to contribute to articles on Wikipedia related to the Civil Rights Movement in Nashville and throughout the South. This program is presented simultaneously with the "Black Lives Matter Wikipedia Edit-a-thon," hosted by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black ...

  5. List of Carnegie libraries in Tennessee - Wikipedia

    Nashville East Nashville: January 31, 1912 $25,000 206 Gallatin Ave. Built 1917-1919, still in use as a public library; listed on National Register of Historic Places, 1982; designed by Clarence K. Colley, Nashville; restored 1998-2000; designated Local Landmark: 12: Nashville Negro Branch Nashville: January 31, 1912 $25,000 220 12th Ave. N.

  6. Aaron Douglas (artist) - Wikipedia

    Aaron Douglas (May 26, 1899 – February 2, 1979) was an American painter, illustrator and visual arts educator. He was a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance. He developed his art career painting murals and creating illustrations that addressed social issues around race and segregation in the United States by utilizing African-centric imagery.

  7. Tennessee Library Association - Wikipedia

    The Tennessee Library Association (TLA) is a professional organization that offers support for library staff working in Tennessee. It is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. TLA was originally organized in Nashville on May 29, 1902, by members of the Nashville Public Library staff and the Nashville Library Club and had 41 members by 1905.

  8. Rachel Jackson State Office Building - Wikipedia

    The Rachel Jackson State Office Building, also known as the Rachel Jackson Building, is an eight-story building in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.. It was built on the site of the 1925 Cotton States Building, and completed in 1985. It was designed in the modernist style by Taylor & Crabtree. The building was named for First Lady-designate Rachel ...