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    • Woodmore Cafeteria and Beasley, Gracy, Smith, Sims, and Judd Halls

    • 1960-1969?
    • An aerial photograph of Beasley, Gracy, Smith, Sims, and Judd Halls, and Woodmore Cafeteria. Beasley and Sims Halls were built in 1959. Gracy Hall, Judd Hall, and Woodmore Cafeteria were all built in 1963. All five employed Wheeler as the...
    • Dormitories; Student housing; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Construction of dormitory complex

    • 1965
    • This photograph shows the construction of the dormitory complex next to the current James E. Walker Library. The buildings are named: Wood Hall, Felder Hall, Gore Hall, and Clement Hall. Wood and Felder were built in 1964, and Gore and Clement...
    • Dormitories; Student housing; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Todd Library : winter, 1960s

    • 1960-1969
    • Todd Library in the winter, 1960s. Originally built in 1958; Wheeler, architect
    • Academic libraries; College buildings; Winter; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Wood Hall : Woodmore Cafeteria in the background

    • 1965-1969?
    • Wood Hall with Woodmore Cafeteria (which is now the CyberCafe) in the background. Wood Hall was built in 1964. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • James E. Walker Library

    • 2000?
    • The James E. Walker Library at Middle Tennessee State University. It was built in 1999 and named after James E. Walker, who was president of the university at the time. The building is more than 200,000 square feet. The architect was Thomas, Miller...
    • Academic libraries; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Murfree Hall : library

    • 1927-1967?
    • Murfree Hall, the original campus library, located on the site of the present-day Peck Hall. Murfree Hall was designed by C.K. Colley and built in 1927
    • Academic libraries; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State Teachers College; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Cope Administration Building

    • 1960-1969?
    • An aerial photograph of the Cope Administration Building after it was built in 1965. Wheeler, architect; Powers, contractor
    • School administration buildings; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Agriculture building

    • 1968?
    • The Stark Agribusiness and Agriscience Center was built in 1968. The architects were Yearwood and Johnson, and the contractor was Cartwright
    • Agriculture--Study and teaching; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Floyd Stadium

    • 1960-1969?
    • An aerial photograph of Floyd Stadium as it appeared in the 1960s. The stadium was originally built in 1934. Architect: Burkhalter-Hickerson. Contractor: Parsley Brothers
    • Stadiums; Sports facilities; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Industrial Arts building

    • 1950-1959?
    • Later named after Edwin Voorhies, the Industrial Arts building was built in 1942 and renovated in 1980 by Burkhalter-Hickerson
    • Industrial arts; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College
    • Saunders Fine Arts Building

    • 1959-1969?
    • Saunders Fine Arts Building was built in 1959 (Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor). Named in honor of E. Mai Saunders who began teaching music at Middle Tennessee State Normal School in 1911 and retired from the institution in 1955.
    • Arts facilities; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Agriculture building, side view

    • 1970-1979?
    • This is the Agriculture building a couple of years after it was built in 1968. The architects were Yearwood and Johnson, and the contractor was Cartwright
    • Agriculture--Study and teaching; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Wood Hall

    • 1965-1969?
    • Wood Hall was built in 1964. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Smith Hall

    • 1951-1959?
    • Smith Hall was built in 1951. The architectural firm was Hart, Freeland, & Roberts. The contractor was Martindale Brothers
    • College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College
    • Howard Kirksey

    • 1960-1969?
    • Portrait of Howard Kirksey, the namesake of Kirksey Old Main, the first building on campus built in 1910
    • Kirksey, Howard Graden, 1910-1992; College teachers; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Corlew Hall, c. 1968

    • 1968?
    • Corlew Hall in the late 1960s; built in 1967, located on MTSU Blvd. Architect: Wheeler. Contractor: Melson.
    • Dormitories; College buildings; Student housing; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Howard Kirksey at the podium

    • 1960-1969?
    • Photograph of Howard Kirksey speaking. Kirskey is the namesake of Kirksey Old Main, the first building on campus, built in 1910
    • Kirksey, Howard Graden, 1910-1992; College teachers; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Judd Hall

    • 1963-1969?
    • Judd Hall was built in 1963. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • Dormitories; Student housing; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University

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