From 1881 to 1994, Morristown, Tennessee enjoyed presence of Morristown Normal and Industrial College, a historically Black college created to serve the educational needs of the area’s African-American residents. Built on the grounds of the old slave market, the college is now closed and the physical buildings have been mostly razed. Despite is, there is a strong narrative and huge body of historic materials associated with this late learning institution still available. East Tennessee PBS is currently engaged in the production of documentary film, “Morristown College: A School for Freedom”. A strong component of this process is the the digitization of available materials from those facility and alumni still active in this ongoing story.