Uncovers Images From Chattanooga's Past

  • Thursday, September 22, 2022, a project by Picnooga founder David Moon, has rediscovered over 30 glass plate negatives of the Chattanooga area from around 1900, with potentially more to come. Nooga History has acquired the lot and will be digitizing them soon, where they will be available on the project’s website.

The negatives are connected to a collection of over 400 glass plate negatives attributed to Charles Walline, an employee of Lovemans Department Store, at the turn of the twentieth century, and purchased through crowdfunding initiated by Mr. Moon almost eight years ago.  Since then, Mr. Moon has acquired a few other related negatives in the collection from its original source, but this more considerable lot has been a pleasant surprise, he said. continues to crowdfund the purchase of more glass plate negatives to keep the collection intact.  The public can contribute by visiting its crowdfunding website at  

Christmastime - December 1863 Programs Set For Dec. 16
  • 11/30/2023

The Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will present 30-minute programs at the Snodgrass House (Tour Stop 8) on Saturday, Dec. 16, at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 ... more

Charles Siskin: Dancing With A Star - Rosalynn Carter
Charles Siskin: Dancing With A Star - Rosalynn Carter
  • 11/26/2023

I don’t remember the exact date, my wife is much better with dates, but I do remember that it was raining as our limousine pulled under the portico of the East Wing of the White House. ... more

What I Remember About That Terrible Friday In 1963
  • 11/24/2023

Reading the rememberances of that date by my friend Earl took me back to that time in my early life. It was, as he said, a Friday, and I was in Civics class. Bob Sanford, a big man with a voice ... more