For more than 50 years, The Tennessee Magazine has been the official publication of our electric cooperatives, keeping member-owners informed about their co-op, showcasing the wonders of electric service and highlighting the special events around the state.
Notice that some pages from the February 1966 issue have orange on them. This is a printing process called “spot color.” Long before our digital age, it was difficult and expensive to add color to the printed page. Covers were given the more expensive four-color process, while the inside pages remained black and white, occasionally given a splash spot color to add more interest.
Here’s a glimpse of what members 50 years ago saw in The Tennessee Magazine. View the entire February 1966 edition below.