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    • M. G. Scarlett, 1920-

    • 1968-1978?
    • A biographical sketch of MTSU President Melvin G. Scarlett. Caption text: Born December 30, 1920 at Reading, Pennsylvania, he is the son of Clarence Albert and Mossie Ann (Ritzman) Scarlett. He received his education at Catawba College in North...
    • Scarlett, Melvin G.; College presidents; Middle Tennessee State University
    • "Hair"

    • 1989
    • A program for the 1960s counter-culture play by James Rado and Gerome Ragni. Debuting in spring 1989 at MTSU, the Buchanan Players performed this exploration of the sexual revolution.
    • Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Talking With... : drama production

    • 1986
    • A program for the Jane Martin play "Talking With...," a collection of monologues. Performed on November 17, 1986 by the MTSU Dramatic Department
    • Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Oklahoma : musical production

    • 1977
    • A program for the MTSU Dramatic Department's production of the musical Oklahoma
    • Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • MTSU Buchanan Players present "A… My Name Is Alice"

    • 1988-04-14
    • A program for the MTSU production of "A… My Name Is Alice," a musical revue conceived by Joan Silver and Julianne Boyd. The show depicts scenes from women's lives through monologues and songs
    • Women; Revues; Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • "She Stoops to Conquer"

    • 1977
    • A program for the play, She Stoops to Conquer, an 18th century romantic comedy. The MTSU Dramatic Department presented their rendition of the Oliver Goldsmith classic in Fall 1977
    • Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Governor's School of Tennessee: arts, summer 1986

    • 1986
    • A program guide for the Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts, which is a four-week summer program for rising eleventh and twelfth grade students in Tennessee. "The 1986 program at MTSU focused on music, visual arts, and theatre."
    • Arts; Arts--Study and teaching; High school students; College publications; Middle Tennessee State University
    • "Kennedy 'dissents' to 12,000 at Vanderbilt"

    • 1968-03-28
    • A review of a speech given by Robert Kennedy at Vanderbilt in March of 1968, taken from MTSU's Sidelines Newspaper
    • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968; Presidential candidates; IMPACT Symposium (Vanderbilt University); Vietnam War, 1961-1975
    • Weeks' starting salary protested

    • 1989-4-12
    • A Sidelines article about an MTSU faculty organization filing a complaint "charging that the hiring of Terry Weeks, 1988 National Teacher of the Year, was inconsistent with faculty policy"
    • College teachers; College teachers--Selection and appointment; College teachers--Salaries, etc.; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • "Board Named to Select New President"

    • 1968-05-16
    • After President Quill E. Cope's resignation, a board had to be named to find his successor. This newspaper clipping includes quotes from Cope's resignation speech. Cope was the fourth MTSU president; he was leaving MTSU to return to teaching at the...
    • Cope, Quill Evan; Resignation; College presidents; Middle Tennessee State University
    • VA to donate land to MTSU

    • 1966-02-13
    • An article about the local Veteran's Administration hospital's plan to donate surplus land to MTSU
    • Land titles--Registration and transfer; United States. Dept. of Veterans Affairs; Agriculture; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Burns P. Phillips, Jr. oral history

    • 2001-09-04
    • An oral history excerpt of Burns Phillips, a veteran and former mathematics professor at MTSU. Phillips shares information about Vet Village.
    • Veterans--Education; Veterans--Housing; United States. Veterans' Benefits; World War, 1939-1945; Student housing; Middle Tennessee State Teachers College; Middle Tennessee State College
    • Jim Free oral history

    • 2000-07-20
    • An oral history excerpt of Jim Free, political lobbyist and both Congressional Liason and Deputy Campaign Manager for the Carter administration. Free shares his memories of student life and race relations on the MTSU campus during the 1960s
    • Student government; Race relations; African American college students; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Barbara Ambrose in Royal Family

    • 1979
    • Barbara Ambrose plays the most beautiful woman on Broadway in George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber's play Royal Family. The play was a production of the MTSU theater program.
    • Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Bart Gordon in departmental library

    • 1965-1975?
    • Bart Gordon was born and educated in Rutherford County, attended MTSU, and graduated in 1971. He then received his law degree from the University of Tennessee in 1973. Notes on the back of the photo indicate this photo was used in the Midlander...
    • Gordon, Bart J., 1949-; College students; Law students--Tennessee
    • Caroline Scarlett

    • 1960-1969?
    • Caroline Scarlett, the wife of Melvin G. Scarlett, who was president of MTSU 1968-1978. “At times, the demands on the First Family are so great, that the President w[ould] attend one campus activity and Mrs. Scarlett the other” (Midlander,...
    • Scarlett, Caroline; College presidents' spouses; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Bart Gordon portrait

    • 1980-1999?
    • Congressman Barton Jennings Gordon. He represents the Sixth District, which consists of 15 Middle Tennessee counties. He was born and educated in Rutherford County, and attended MTSU and graduated in 1971. He then received his law degree from the...
    • Gordon, Bart J., 1949-; Legislators--United States
    • 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
    • Corlew Hall

    • 1970-1979?
    • Corlew Hall; three African American students are exiting the building in the bottom right hand corner. Corlew Hall, located on MTSU Blvd., was built in 1967. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • Dormitories; Student housing; African American students; Middle Tennessee State University
    • "It really happened..."

    • 1965-11-02
    • Details the experiences of women at Middle Tennessee State Normal School; written in response to the double standards placed on MTSU co-eds
    • Women college students; Middle Tennessee State Normal School--History; Middle Tennessee State University

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