Sacrifice and Prosperity:
The Tullahoma Experience During World War II
The project was on display at the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center from October 28 to December 8, 2001.
Lucy Hollis: Executive Director
Tammy Miller: Project Director
Russel Mobley: Graphic Consultant
Dr. Michael Bradley: Academic Advisor
Jim House: Original Illustrations
This project is funded in part by a grant from Humanities Tennessee, an independent affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional support provided by the Tennessee Arts Commission.
The Fine Arts Center would like to thank the following local business sponsors for their generous support:
Robert J. Young Co.
Fuji Color Processing, Inc.
The Tullahoma News
Stan McNabb Chevrolet-Olds-Cadillac, Inc.
Mickey Miller – Middle Tennessee Cleaning Specialists
Weaver's Art and Frame Shop of Winchester
Snowhite Dry Cleaning and Laudry
Special thanks also to:
Penelope Lane, Melissa Davis, Robert Cheatham, Randy Houser, J.J. Johnson, Dudley Cockrum, Warren Broemel, Ginger Delius, Patricia Thompson, Jack Jennings, the Historic Preservation Society of Tullahoma, Tommy Allen, Randall Brooksbank, Steve Bennett, Ashley Bennett, Amy Bennett, Barbara Miller, Val Jean Wagner, and Ted and Janis Helms.
The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center would like to express special gratitude to Mrs. Mary Searcy Couch Hopkins and Mrs. Peggy Burton for their tireless assistance and enthusiasm for this project.
No exhibit concerning Tullahoma history would ever be possible without special acknowledgment of Mr. Bob Couch and Mr. Paul Pyle. Their life-long commitment to preserving our past through images and dialogue deserves our never-ending gratitude.