The Tennessee Tech University Faculty Senate serves as a representative voice of the teaching and research faculty at Tennessee Tech. The born-digital records include meeting records, resolutions, and the website of the Tennessee Tech University Faculty Senate from 2017 to 2020. The records also include digitized copies of the Tennessee Tech University Faculty Handbooks. The majority of the Faculty Senate records are not available online--see the finding aid at https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/97
Newsletters, syllabi, and website of the Tennessee Tech University Department of Foreign Languages. The bulk of the Department's records are not available online; see the finding aid at https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/109
Photographs created by a commercial photography studio that operated in Cookeville, Tennessee from about 1911-1974.
Photographs taken for The Herald Citizen newspaper.
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. The bulk of the subject files are not available online; see the finding aid at https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/30
Photographs of campus buildings and student life at Tennessee Tech University taken by freshman student Bryson Lee.
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.