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    • 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
    • Wood Hall

    • 1965-1969?
    • Wood Hall was built in 1964. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • 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
    • Thomas B. Woodmore

    • 1968?
    • Thomas B. Woodmore graduated in 1929 and became a Distinguished Alumni in 1968, along with John Bragg. Woodmore is the namesake of a campus dining area
    • Woodmore, Thomas B.; College students; Middle Tennessee State University; College buildings
    • 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
    • Kirksey Old Main building postcard

    • 1960-1964?
    • This photograph of Kirksey Old Main (KOM) appears to have been created for an advertisement or postcard
    • College buildings; Postcards; Middle Tennessee State College
    • 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
    • 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
    • Library, 1952

    • 1952
    • The library from the 1952 Midlander yearbook
    • Academic libraries; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College;
    • Home Economics building

    • 1960-1964?
    • The Home Economics building in the 1960s
    • Home economics; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College
    • Davis science building

    • 1967-1969?
    • The Davis science building was built in 1967. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Alumni center

    • 1911-1919?
    • The Alumni center, or the old dining hall, was built in 1911. C.K. Colley, architect.
    • College buildings; Cafeterias; Middle Tennessee State Normal School
    • Winter sunset : Kirksey Old Main

    • 1910-1919
    • Snowy campus scene during a winter sunset. Kirksey Old Main is the building to the right, and Rutledge Hall is in the background.
    • Sun--Rising and setting; Snow; Winter; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State Normal School
    • 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
    • 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
    • Rutledge Hall

    • 1950-1969?
    • Rutledge Hall
    • College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Q.M. Smith in front of Smith Hall

    • 1950-1959?
    • Quintin Miller Smith standing on the steps of Smith Hall. Smith was an MTSU student from 1911-1913, the MTSU president from 1938-1958, and a state and local civic leader until his death in 1976
    • Smith, Quintin Miller; College presidents; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College
    • Dedication of the Murfree, Forrest and Todd buildings

    • 1958-03-25
    • Printed invitation to attend a dedication ceremony in the Alumni Memorial Gym on March 25, 1958 for three campus buildings. Accompanied by audio clips of remarks about the history and significance of each building made during the dedication...
    • College buildings; Dedication services; Middle Tennessee State College

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