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    • Bob Abernathy

    • 1960-1969?
    • James Robert Abernathy, or Bob Abernathy, is best known for his service as ambassador for Middle Tennessee State University. He made more than 2,500 speaking appearances in 21 states throughout the course of his career at the university. Abernathy...
    • Abernathy, James Robert; College teachers; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Robert Abernathy

    • 1962-1969?
    • Photograph of Robert Abernathy, who became the director of Field Services in 1962, which is now part of Continuing Education
    • Abernathy, Robert; Education; Middle Tennessee State College; 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
    • Todd Library

    • 1970-1979?
    • Andrew Todd Library was built in 1958; architect: Wheeler
    • Academic libraries; 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
    • Todd Library acquires Gutenberg Bible facsimile as 500,000th volume

    • 1987-03-29
    • Reports on the acquisition of a facsimile Gutenberg Bible as the 500,000th volume in Todd Library and invites the public to a celebration on April 12, 1987. Includes historical background on the Bible and notes the observation of 1987 as Year of...
    • Academic libraries; Gutenberg Bible; Middle Tennessee State University. Library;
    • 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
    • American Negro

    • 1968-03-18
    • Discusses equality and sense of belonging in America
    • African Americans--Social conditions; Civil rights--United States; Racism--United States; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Olivia Woods oral history

    • 2001-06-19
    • Excerpts of an oral history with Olivia Woods, the first African-American student at Middle Tennessee State University. Woods shares her memories of attending college at MTSU as both an undergraduate and a graduate student during the 1960s and 1970s
    • African Americans; African American college students; African American graduate students; Race relations; Women college students; Dress codes; 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • Wilmoth D. Bowdoin

    • 1950-1969?
    • Dr. Wilmoth D. Bowdoin at Middle Tennessee State College. Bowdoin was an education professor from 1948 to 1972 and the first Dean of the School of Education. His wife, Ruth Bowdoin, was the director of curriculum for the Murfreesboro City Schools,...
    • Bowdoin, Wilmoth D.; Teacher educators; College teachers; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Horse Science bus

    • 1965-1969?
    • Photograph of the Middle Tennessee State University Horse Science bus
    • Buses; Transportation; School field trips; Horse industry--Study and teaching; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Dean Hayes oral history

    • 2003-10-14
    • Excerpts of an oral history with Dean Hayes, track coach for Middle Tennessee State University. Hayes shares memories of coaching experiences, race relations, women's issues, and general athletics at the university.
    • Coaches (Athletics); Coaching (Athletics); Track and field; Race relations; Racism; College integration; School mascots; Athletic fields; People with visual disabilities; People with disabilities; Women; Women college students; Middle Tennessee...

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