The Knoxville paper reports here on the museum inside the federal courthouse in Knoxville.
The article says because of courthouse security, "the small museum -- or historical suite, as the U.S. District Court Historical Society charmingly calls it -- is open by appointment only. The perk to that is museum curator Don K. Ferguson will be happy to give you a tour when he shows up to open the door. . . . It's Ferguson's firsthand knowledge of and enthusiasm for the court that enlivens a rather mundane collection of old furnishings, office supplies and judicial documents. With Ferguson as a guide, the tour turns into a living history experience."