Picnooga on Monday announced that Lindsay Stuber joins the organization as curator of collections.
Ms. Stuber joins the Chattanooga Historical Society from Rock Hill, S.C. where she has worked for Historic Rock Hill, a historic preservation nonprofit that owns and operates a 1830’s house museum. There, she acted as Program and Preservation director, overseeing the museum and archive as well as acting as exhibit director, social media manager, and program specialist.
She has lectured on various topics related to Rock Hill and South Carolina history and more recently, Ms. Stuber oversaw the collection of the Fort Mill History Museum.
She is a graduate of the College of Charleston with a BA in Historic Preservation and Community Planning with an emphasis in history.
USA Today best-selling author and historian Deb Hunter is onboard as a volunteer consultant. She is also a member of the Atlanta Press Club.
Picnooga brings Chattanooga’s history to the surface and makes it accessible to everyone. Founded in January of 2014, Picnooga launched as a grassroots effort to crowdsource Chattanooga’s history. Today, they’re a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization committed to our community as a dominant resource representing history and culture in the ‘Scenic City’ and its historical vicinity. They preserve, protect, and make accessible a physical and digital archive of historical photographs and other artifacts that surface due to our persistent search effort, sharing them freely with the public.