Files for creating the 3-D printed mold for the top of Derryberry Hall on cupola.
Annual reports and website of the Tennessee Tech University College of Agriculture and Human Ecology.
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. For the accession record, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/3/accessions/201
Website of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Tennessee Tech Chapter. The AAUP's stated mission is to improve academic freedom and governance in Universities. The bulk of the collection is not digitized. For the finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/19
Newsletters, website, and social media of the Tennessee Tech University Appalachian Center for Craft. For the finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/104
Exhibit records of the Tennessee Tech University Archives and Special Collections.
Website of the Tennessee Tech University College of Arts and Sciences.
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.
Collection of audio recordings and transcripts of interviews conducted by Tennessee Tech student volunteers in the 2020-2021 RACE PLUS program for the 30 year anniversary of the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center. The students interviewed Black and Hispanic alumni of Tennessee Tech University. Interviews cover the background of the individuals, their experiences at Tennessee Tech, and their lives after leaving Tech. Not all of the interviews are available publicly online--some of the oral histories have a restriction on being published online until 2040-2041. If you are interested in accessing those, please contact the Archives at email@example.com
Born-digital minutes, agendas, meeting materials, presentations, video, and website of the Tennessee Tech University Board of Trustees and its committees. As of August 2021, all of the records are digital and available online. For the finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/112