Knoxville, Tenn. Ah, the memories we shared in those hallowed halls of our favorite high schools.
Do you still have your old yearbook? Or that letter jacket?
Many are on display at the Knox County Museum of Education.
Benna van Vuuren got the idea because she says there was no central location of materials on schools or even their educators.
There are literally thousands of items on display dating back to the 1880's. The museum is free to the public.