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Digitized photograph of the adult children of Henry S. Bartoo and Clara Grover Bartoo. The bottom row depicts from left to right: Mabel Bartoo Holbert, Myrtle Bartoo Hamilton, Lera Bartoo Jones, Lora Bartoo Hamilton (born 1898). The top row depicts from left to right: Eli Bartoo, Grover Bartoo, DeForest Bartoo, Dorr R. Bartoo , and Herbert Bartoo.

circa 1920s

Digitized photograph of the adult children of Henry S. Bartoo and Clara Grover Bartoo. The bottom row depicts from left to right: Mabel Bartoo Holbert, Myrtle Bartoo Hamilton, Lera Bartoo Jones, Lora Bartoo Hamilton (born 1898). The top row depicts from left to right: Eli Bartoo, Grover Bartoo, DeForest Bartoo, Dorr R. Bartoo , and Herbert Bartoo.

circa 1920s

Photograph of a memorial, metal plaque outside Christ Church Presbyterian. It reads "In Memory of Reverend Clair S. Adams, Past at Alpine, 1926-1935."

1992

Photographs of the Alpine community of Overton County, Tennessee, taken by an unknown photographer in 1992. Also includes a newspaper clipping with a photograph of Floyd Broom's Country Store in Alpine, Tennessee. It is unknown who gifted the photographs and clipping. The photographs and clipping were originally housed in a subject file on Alpine created by librarian Christine Spivey Jones.

1992, undated

Photograph of a stained glass window at Christ Church Presbyterian.

1992

Flyer for the Black Lives Matter protest on February 5, 2015, at Tennessee Tech University. The flyer design features read text on a white background. The middle of the flyer consists of a collage of photographs from Black Lives Matter protests in the United States. A black silhouette of a person raising their hands in the "don't shoot" position is layered over top of the collage.

2015

Clipping from an unknown newspaper on the Tennessee Tech University Peace and Human Rights Alliance's forum to "discuss the war in Cambodia and Vietnam and the protest on the campus of Kent State University, Ohio, in which four students were killed by National Guard gunfire."

1970

 

1969

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