February 23, 2018

TV comes to Grainger County

Ken Coffey Grainger Today Correspondent Ray Shirley recently called to say he had what is believed to be Grainger County’s first television set, a 1949 Arvin, and he wanted to donate it to the Rutledge Heritage and Cultural Center, located in the historic Nance House/Tate Store. Alexander Graham Bell exhibited his telephone at Philadelphia’s Centennial
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TV comes to Grainger County

Ken Coffey Grainger Today Correspondent Ray Shirley recently called to say he had what is believed to be Grainger County’s first television set, a 1949 Arvin, and he wanted to donate it to the Rutledge Heritage and Cultural Center, located in the historic Nance House/Tate Store. Alexander Graham Bell exhibited his telephone at Philadelphia’s Centennial
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