Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Boxes 1 and 2 contain concert programs (1954-1957), a basketball program (1956), student fee invoices (1953-1954), a freshmen initiation program (1953), an admission application (circa 1954), drama club programs (1956 and circa 1954), and The Tech Dynamo student-published journal (1920).
Vivian Barnes attended Tennessee Tech and graduated in 1949 with a degree in accounting. She married H.S. Barnes, who attended Tech from 1936 to 1939. The materials include clippings from the Oracle, Tech’s student newspaper, and programs from different events, such as operas, plays, choral events, and symphony performances from 1935 to 1980, with most of the material dating from 1938 to 1966.
Paper and born-digital publications and records of the Tennessee Tech University Office of Sports Information. Includes record books, scorebooks, media guides, programs for home games, results, podcasts, and quick facts. Materials are organized by sport, then chronologically by date.
The born-digital publications can be accessed at: https://tntech.access.preservica.com/uncategorized/SO_75e12052-4b69-4c89-a3a6-5dcb4f25903f/
The Alfred H. Gill papers include numerous team photographs of the TPI football team and reunion photographs. There are four yearbooks, of which there is a letter from "Mary" and the others have a few messages from classmates. There is a photograph from his time at Camp Forrest, Tennessee during World War II and three postmaster declarations signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt.
This collection consists mainly of newspaper clippings from 1939-1975 and photographs from 1921-1968 highlighting sports events during his acclaimed TPI football coaching career, sourced mostly in/from scrapbooks. Also included are personal correspondence, photographs from his work and personal life, a short biography, and a small amount of TPI memorabilia.