Tuesday, February 28, 2012

TN school history online

There's a new site where you can take a look at the architectural history of the Tennessee School for the Deaf in Knoxville. The exhibit was put together by the Tennessee Virtual Archive and features images of the unique buildings on the campus. Many of these structures were designed by noted deaf architect Thomas Scott Marr in the 1920s. Marr graduated from the school and went on to found a prominent Nashville architectural firm that carried his name - Marr and Holman. You'll find the site here.