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
Biography of Mary Ella Hall (1895-1991), a teacher at Campus School and Professor of Education at Middle Tennessee State Teachers College and Middle Tennessee State College from 1929 until her retirement in 1960
Hall, Mary Ella, 1895-1991; Educators; Women college teachers; School management and organization; Laboratory schools; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State Teachers College; Delta Kappa Gamma Society. Xi State (Tenn.);
A poster announcing the 25th anniversary of the Nashville Sit-in Movement on April 16, 1985. The University was showing a screening of the 1960 news documentary "Sit-in: ABC White Paper" at the Learning Resources Center on campus
Library employees Wilma Marable (left) and Mary Pugh (right) work on two of the first computer workstations used by the library to automate cataloging tasks. The workstations were located in the cataloging department of the Todd Library
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
Richard Peck was the first chair of the English Department. After his death in 1974, his wife Virginia, who was also a member of the department, established the Richard C. and Virginia L. Peck Fund. The mission was to provide scholarships to...
English teachers; College teachers; Middle Tennessee State University