Raymond Nunley, with daughters Diane and Sandra at their Vet Village residence. Vet Village included housing for families of veterans and married students. This image is from the Midlander yearbook, 1956
Student housing; Veterans--Housing; Families; Veterans--Education; Middle Tennessee State College
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
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
Miss Mary Hall discusses a difficult time she had during World War II, when she was Dean of Women at Middle Tennessee State. Hall had to dismiss a girl from her dorm for having an affair with a local doctor, at the request of the doctor's wife
Hall, Mary Ella, 1895-1991; Women college administrators; Women college students; Student housing; Murfreesboro (Tenn.); Middle Tennessee State Teachers College;