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APSUs Goldsmith Press and Rare Type Collection, a unique letterpress facility that includes thousands of hand-carved wood letters, typesetting materials and antique printing presses, was used to create The Freedom Quilts (2000-02), an exhibit on display through Feb. 28 at Nashville International Airport, Concourse C. The project, which was funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission and directed by Professor of Art Cindy Marsh, was used to create three narrative quilts that each tell the story of an African-American church in Montgomery County. APSU's Goldsmith Press and Rare Type Collection, a unique letterpress facility that includes thousands of hand-carved wood letters, typesetting materials and antique printing presses, was used to create “The Freedom Quilts” (2000-02), an exhibit on display through Feb. 28 at Nashville International Airport, Concourse C. The project, which was funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission and directed by Professor of Art Cindy Marsh, was used to create three narrative quilts that each tell the story of an African-American church in Montgomery County.