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 A photocopy of a paper that gives information on a few of the photographs included in the "Alpine, Tennessee photographs and clippings" collection. A substantial portion of the typed information is exed out, indicating that the information is not included in the photographs.

1992

A photograph of the postmaster, John Allen McDonald, in the doorway of the Alpine, Tennessee Post Office.

1935

Another photograph of John Allen McDonald, the postmaster, in the doorway of the Alpine Post Office. This picture is zoomed out, which gives the viewer a better view of the wood building.

1935

A photograph of Billy Cole, Jr., acting postmaster, in front of the Alpine Post Office.

1992

Another picture of Billy Cole, Jr., acting postmaster, and the Alpine Post Office.

1992

Cookeville Post Office. Located at 900 South Willow Avenue, Cookeville, Tenn.

1978-11

Cookeville Post Office. Located at 900 South Willow Avenue,, Cookeville, Tenn.

1978-11

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1975-02-14

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1975-02-14

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1975-02-14

A man gets an award as an expert driver for the United States Postal Service

1982

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1979-01

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1979-01

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1979-01

The Roaden University Center was completed in 1970-71 at a cost of $3,600,000 and houses the central dining room facilities, a large bookstore, a complex of recreational facilities, post office, and facilities for student activities and educational conferences, as well as student personnel services. It is located at 1000 North Dixie Avenue and was named after university president Arliss L. Roaden in December 1998. As of the 2020s, Roaden University Center contained the Campus Compass, administrative offices such as financial Aid, the Accessible Education Center, the Women’s Center, the Eagle Card, Communications and Marketing, the bookstore, counseling center, The post office, dining areas including The Caf and Swoops, WTTU, and the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center with the Intracultural Affairs Office.

1979-01

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