Tennessee State Museum

Tennessee State Museum

Tennessee State Museum

Overview
Date Founded

1817

Headquarters

505 Deaderick Street,Nashville, TN 37243-1120

Charitable Causes

Museums

Industries

Consumer Services

Company Description

Tennessee State Museum operates museum. It offers furniture, silver, weapons, quilts, paintings and civil war holdings of uniforms, battle flags and weapons. The firm also sells Tennessee crafts, jewelry, books, toys, educational materials and local history books. The company was founded by Ralph E. W. Earl in 1817 and is headquartered in Nashville, TN.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Curator & Director of Collections

Director of Administration

Director of Exhibits Fabrication & Operations

Planning Staff

Compliance

Board of Directors

Board Member at Tennessee State Museum

Chief Executive Officer at The University of Tennessee - Health Science Center

Partner at Cherokee Advisors LLC (Private Equity)

Interim Chief Executive Officer at Soulsville Charter School Llc

Former Manager at John Hancock Life Insurance Company

Chief Curator & Director of Collections at Tennessee State Museum

Board Member at Tennessee State Museum

Board Member at Tennessee State Museum

Board Member at Tennessee State Museum

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Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$100 - $499
2007
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