Explore exhibits featuring unique resources housed in Special Collections.

Photograph of the entrance to Chamberlain Field.

A Beautiful Concrete Stadium

Chamberlain Field was home field to the Mocs football team for nearly 90 years from 1908 to 1997. Originally, the field was comprised of wooden stands that were razed in 1927 to make way for a "a beautiful concrete stadium with an exterior of brick and stone in harmony with the other buildings on the campus." Learn more about the history of Chamberlain Field and South Stadium by taking a look at our exhibit.

Drawing of Walden's Ridge illustrated by Emma Bell Miles.

The Life and Works of Emma Bell Miles

The Life and Works of Emma Bell Miles exhibit features photographs of the Miles family as well a representative sample of Appalachian artist and naturalist Emma Bell Miles' watercolors, drawings, and short stories. Also a poet and writer, Emma lived on Walden’s Ridge, near today’s town of Signal Mountain with her husband, Frank, and their five children.