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Letter from the Chairman of the Tennessee State Board of Education to Tennessee Polytechnic Institute President Everett Derryberry ordering the college to admit "all qualified graduate students who make application to your institution, without regard to race" to comply with Judge Marion S. Boyd's ruling in the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Tennessee.

1955-11-23

Clipping from page 1 of the May 24, 1968 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on President Everett Derryberry.

1968-05-24

 A computer generated composite picture (19 inch x 22 inch) of Tennessee Tech University presidents from 1916 to 2012.

2012

 Volume 1, Number 1 of the alumni newsletter for Tennessee Tech.

1955-04-28

Building dedication program for Tennessee Polytechnic Institute's Bartoo Hall, Daniel Hall, Mathews Hall, Henderson Hall, Jere Whitson Memorial Library, Kittrell Hall, Derryberry Hall, Marshall Hall, Austin Hall, Wheeler Hall, Quentin Hall, Miller Hall, James Hall, and Millard Hall. Includes biographies of the individuals that the buildings were named after.

1962

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and leaning over to pick up a sports brochure. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lecturn and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel is holding a brochure for the men's track and field team. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel is holding and looking at a brochure for the men's track and field team. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel is holding and pointing at a brochure for the men's track and field team. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

Photograph of Jeffrey Axel, a Tennessee Tech University Black student athlete, standing behind a lectern and speaking at the President's Luncheon Forum. Axel called out men's tennis Coach Larry Ware’s racist treatment of David Brents, the university’s lack of recognition of Black athletes’ abilities, underrepresentation of Black athletes in publicity materials, and racism in the “T” Club for varsity student athletes.

1973-04-16

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