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Digitized scrapbook of news clippings, programs, postcards, and cards related to the faculty, students, and alums of the Tennessee Tech University Department of Foreign Languages. The original scrapbook is in the possession of the Department as of June 2021.

2004-2019

Postcard recto: "Ag. Majors-1937, T.P.I." [Tennessee Polytechnic Institute], photo of graduates in graduation regalia.

1937

Postcard verso: (blank).

1937

Postcard recto: "Ag. Majors-1937, T.P.I." [Tennessee Polytechnic Institute], photo of graduates in graduation regalia. Postcard verso: (blank).

1937

Postcard verso: Postmarked Dec. 8, 1916, 4 PM, Cleveland, Tenn., 1 cent U.S. Postage stamp, "Score, Opponents 18, Team 63, Miss Myrtis Leonard, Lewisburg, Tenn, R.3".

1916-12-08

Postcard recto: Cleveland Highschool football team.

1916-12-08

Postcard recto: "1915" (handwritten), "Claxton" (banner).

1915

Postcard verso: "1915" (hand-written).

1915

Postcard recto: Cleveland Highschool football team; Postcard verso: Postmarked Dec. 8, 1916, 4 PM, Cleveland, Tenn., 1 cent U.S. Postage stamp, "Score, Opponents 18, Team 63, Miss Myrtis Leonard, Lewisburg, Tenn, R.3".

1916

Postcard recto: "1915" (handwritten), "Claxton" (banner); Postcard verso: "1915" (hand-written).

1915

Postcard reads "Ernest Tubb, Texas' Smiling Troubadour KGKO, 570 Kilocycles, 11:45 A.M. Monday Through Friday" with a signature reading "Smilingly Yours, Ernest Tubb" and an image of Tubb in front of a microphone with a guitar. The postcard is addressed to Miss Mildred Bohannan of Rt. 1 Atoka, Oklahoma from Fort Worth Texas. KGKO advertised as the "Blue Ribbon Station of the Southwest."

1941-02

Yodeling Slim Clark was a country musician and yodeler from Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1953, Clark signed with Wheeling Records and put out four singles.

circa 1953

Postcard from Eustice to Bryan apologizing for missing an upcoming event

Postcard from Charles to his father about time in Ridgecrest, North Carolina. Postcard contains image depicting railway and tunnel running through a valley.

1928-06-25

Postcard from Charles to his father about visit to Gettysburg. Postcard contains image depicting a statue of Father Corby and a monument to the Irish Brigade from the Civil War.

1928-06-26

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