Tennessee Judiciary Museum
An Exciting New Project for the TSCHS!
The Tennessee Supreme Court Historical Society is pleased to announce the establishment of the Tennessee Judiciary Museum in the Nashville Supreme Court Building. The opening of the museum will take place on the 75th Anniversary of the dedication of the Nashville Supreme Court building in December of this year. Details about the date and time of the opening ceremony for the museum and the annual dinner of the Society to follow will be posted later this year on this website.
The Society has committed substantial funds for the establishment of the museum. As a non-profit organization, the Society relies solely upon donations and membership dues to support its work. In addition to the opening of the museum, the Society’s on-going projects include:
- The restoration, preservation and indexing of over 150 years of Supreme Court records currently stored in the State Archives
- The yearly maintenance of the black granite tablets installed in each Supreme Court building listing each appellate judge in Tennessee history
- Periodic updates to the History of the Tennessee Supreme Court book previously published by the Society in 2002.
We hope you will support the Society and its mission. If you wish to become a member of the Society, individual annual memberships are $50.00 and a lifetime membership is $1000.00. To join or make a donation, please mail a check made payable to the Tennessee Supreme Court Historical Society to:
Tennessee Supreme Court Historical Society
c/o Joy Day
341 Cool Springs Blvd
Franklin, TN 37067