In all collections
Interior of Billy Flanigan's Grocery store. One woman behind counter, one man standing, one man seated. Calendar on wall behind counter reads November 1930. Smaller calendar near that calendar reads October 1930. Hand written sign between calendars reads "Notice: All accounts must be paid by the first."
Building under construction. Three workers on ladders and scaffolding. Possible school.
Drug store interior, possible Marchbanks Drug Store on the West Side.
Reverse shot of interior of barbershop, patron in chair and barber standing behind him. Calendar above shoe shine station reads December, 1930. Calendar also reads "Sam Pendergrass Hardware Co., Cookeville, Tenn."
General store interior, older man and young woman. Older woman looks towards floor while seated at rear wall. Calendar on wall above those standing reads 1930, also reads Tennessee Grain Company and Tennessee Milling Company, Nashville, Tenn. Signs for holiday candies on sale above subjects heads, possibly around Christmastime? Hand written note to the right of calendar reads "Your credit is good, but we sell for cash".
Two-story house being constructed.
Casket at funeral, rural scene. Person in overalls and hat and other people gathered at top left corner of photo.
Interior of barbershop, patron in chair and barber standing behind him. Calendar above shoe shine station reads December, 1930. Calendar also reads "Sam Pendergrass Hardware Co., Cookeville, Tenn."
Interior of an appliance and radio store. The wall calendar on the right and the day calendar behind the man denotes the day and date as Monday, December 1st 1930. The wall calendar also reads "Sam Pendergrass Hardware Co."
Monday, December 1st, 1930
Damaged house or building, possibly from severe weather.
Constitution of the Tennessee Tech Black Student Organization.
General store. Calendar behind woman and child reads July 1930.
Bartoo Hall, Tennessee Technological University, late 1930s, early 1940s. Bartoo Hall was originally a dormitory. The large covered portico is no longer in place today. The car parked in front of the building on the left is a late 1930s Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan, and the car on the right is a late 1930s Dodge Touring Sedan.
Freshly dug grave with flowers placed on top, possibly taken at a funeral. Unknown cemetery.
Interior of TPI Cafe. Calendar on wall reads December 1930. Customer at end of counter.
Dining room, set most likely for breakfast. Grapefruit halves are present at each place setting. A chalkboard is seen on the wall. Possibly located at a school.
Underside of house that was blown over on its side. Possible storm debris in foreground.
House with two adults, one holding a young child.
Possible same-day burial for Sallie L. Keisling, b. Nov. 7, 1880, d. June 2, 1924. Nelson Cemetery, Overton County, Tennessee. Most likely linked to H_GP_21_035 and H_GP_21_036.
H.G. Hill Food Store, Cookeville, 1930s
Exterior of building.
House blown over on its side. Possible storm debris around house.
Old WHUB Transmitter station, located on what would become Hickory St., adjacent to Tennessee Tech Campus, in snowy winter scene. Erected July, 1940. Felled December 12th, 2005.
Dry goods store interior, 2 adult men in front of counter, 2 adult women behind counter to the right, and one child seated by the wood stove in the center.
Interior of general store. Calendars on wall read Jan and July 1930.
Young girl posing with three younger boys in a snow covered scene. Casual, candid portrait.
Three children superimposed and rotated 90 degrees in front of house.
Snowy farm scene. A gate is in the foreground. A few outbuildings are present to the left of the photo.
Interior of dry goods store/general store, 1920s-1930s.
Woman and young man in snow scene. A house is in the background.
Casket at funeral, rural scene. Person in overalls and hat at the far left of the picture.
Produce store interior, 1930s, possibly Mott's produce?
Young girl posing with three younger boys in a snow covered scene.
Couple superimposed on exterior wall of home.
Baptist Church, Cookeville, as labeled on photo. Most likely a private residence to the right of church in photo. Power lines are visible in foreground.
Tennessee Technological University Bulletins are a publication of the Registrar's Office. They include information regarding academic programs, campus histories, faculty, cost for attendance, the mission of the University, the academic calendar, and many other details regarding student life and academic departments.
Tennessee Tech Photo Services took the photograph for an advertisement in the Eagle yearbook.