Meet the Assistant Archivist!

The Tennessee Tech University Archives and Special Collections has a new face around! Hannah O’Daniel McCallon started the Assistant Archivist position in February 2020. Her work will include assisting researchers with locating and using what they need in the archives, transferring university records to the archives, and collecting materials that document the history of the Upper Cumberland region.

Hannah is originally from Lebanon, Kentucky. She earned a BA in History with a minor in Anthropology from Murray State University (2014) and a MA in History from the University of Louisville (2017). She will complete a MLIS from Wayne State University in April. Hannah has experience working in archives and special collections at the Pritzker Military History Museum and Library, Northwestern University, Rotary International Archives, Newberry Library, Kentucky Historical Society, Loretto Heritage Center of the Sisters of Loretto, University of Louisville, and Murray State University.

Outside of archives and history, Hannah enjoys being outside, gardening, drawing, painting, photography, scrapbooking, and watching football. She is excited to explore the hiking opportunities and local arts in the Upper Cumberland.

About University Archives

Archives and Special Collections resides in Angelo and Jennette Volpe Library on the first floor. The collection includes materials of legal, fiscal and historical significance to Tennessee Tech University and documents the history of the Upper Cumberland Region. The collection includes over 2,500 cubic feet of manuscripts, photographs, and archives from Tennessee Tech as well as surrounding people, businesses, and organizations of the Upper Cumberland. The collection contains books on the history and culture of the Upper Cumberland Region of Tennessee.
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