Collection of audio recordings and transcripts of interviews conducted by Tennessee Tech students 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 and employees of Tennessee Tech University. Interviews cover the background of the individuals, their experiences at Tennessee Tech, and their lives after leaving Tech.
Records documenting the reinternment of graves from Tennessee Tech's campus.
Christine Jones collected materials and organized them into folders by topic during her time as reference librarian in the Tennessee Tech University Library. The subject files include copies and originals of materials dealing with counties, notable families, and a variety of historical topics dealing with the Upper Cumberland. Subject files continue to be added from ongoing acquisitions.
Collection of webpages, letters, emails, reflections, photographs, videos, and social media posts on Tennessee Tech University's and the Upper Cumberland's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
Yearbooks and photographs of Darwin School, Cookeville, Tennessee. The public school educated Upper Cumberland Black elementary through high school students.
Photographs and silent video of the Alpine community of Overton County, Tennessee, taken in 1935 by Dr. Hugh W. MacMillan. Most of the photographs are labeled on the back with the names of pictured people and locations. A letter from the donor, Jeanette M. Pruiss, explains the context of the photographs and Hugh W. MacMillan's trip to Alpine, Tennessee.
Flyers, newsletters, photographs, and website of the Tennessee Tech chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.
Tennessee Tech newsletters and publications received by the Tennessee Tech Archives from various departments and student organizations.
Records created and collected by the Tennessee Tech University Office of the President in the course of administrating the university.
Collection of letters, reports, and subject files on the Tennessee Board of Regents organized by the Tennessee Tech University Office of the President.