• Eagle carving by Eston "Pegleg" Myers

    Cogswell, Robert

    Large eagle carving and smaller wood carvings by Eston "Pegleg" Myers, Uncle Dave Macon Days, Murfreesboro, TN, 1985. Woodcarver Eston "Pegleg" Myers lived in Quebeck, White County.

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  • Photograph of Confederates Veterans' reunion

    Pvt. James C. Carnahan, Co. G, 8th Tenn. (Smith's) Cav. Regt., CSA, is marked with an "x" in the photograph taken at the fairgrounds in Rutherford County. He was a prisoner scheduled to be executed in…

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  • Photograph of the Weises

    This is a photograph of Aaron Weise and his wife, Leah Goldstein Weise.

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  • 11th College Training Detachment, 3

    This photograph depicts two members of the College Training Detachment working on a plane alongside an instructor. The 11th CTD trained at Middle Tennessee State College in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

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  • ROTC Continues

    Middle Tennessee State University

    By 1986 MTSU's Army ROTC program had produced five generals. The program has also provided additional opportunities for women. Currently, it is one of the top-rated ROTC programs in the nation.

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  • Leroy Troy playing banjo

    Cogswell, Robert

    Leroy Troy of Goodlettsville, TN, preforming at Uncle Dave Macon Days in Murfreesboro, TN, 1985.

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  • Photograph of the Weises, 2

    This is a postcard photograph of Aaron and Leah Weise.

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  • Prentice Cooper

    Governor Prentice Cooper standing, speaking into a microphone at the banquet of the Juvenile Dairy Show, Murfreesboro, Tenn. A variety of people are seated at the table. The table is decorated by flor…

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  • MTSU President James Walker (1990-2000)

    Middle Tennessee State University

    Dr. James Walker, seventh president of MTSU, accomplished many goals in his ten years at MTSU, including establishing an Honors College, creating and following an Academic and Facilities Master Plan,…

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  • Thomas Maupin competes in dance competition at Uncle Dave Macon Days

    Cogswell, Robert

    Champion buckdancer Thomas Maupin of Murfreesboro, TN, competes in the dance competition at Uncle Dave Macon Days, Rutherford Co., TN, 1987. Maupin is a 2011 Tennessee Folklife Heritage Award recipien…

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  • Manus, Edgar

    United States. Army; Infantry; September Automatic Replacement Draft (Camp Gordon); Company 21 White

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  • Making window screens

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    A group of students are making window screens. The completed screens would probably have been used to keep out mosquitoes. Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee, during the 1920's o…

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  • Flemins, Robert

    United States. Army; August Automatic Replacement Draft (Camp Dodge); Company 2 Black

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  • Bradley Health Center

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    Smiling African American child sitting in infant weight scale. Child is approximately 10 months old. Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee, during the 1920's on behalf of the Rockef…

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  • STC Girls' Basketball

    Lizzie Lee Philips and Elizabeth W. played on the 1931 State Teachers College girls' basketball team. Philips served as the captain.

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  • Home Journal Offices

    A photograph of Murfreesboro, Tennessee that depicts the damage done to the Home Journal Offices by the 1913 tornado.

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  • Shaping with a D6 caterpillar

    Start of construction of diversion with D6 Caterpillar.

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  • Blue Raider Football

    Middle Tennessee State University

    Coach Charles "Bubber" Murphy, a Middle Tennessee State College alumnus, began his MTSC coaching career in 1947. He led the Blue Raiders to four undefeated seasons and conference championships in 1947…

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  • Dining Hall Gang at the Mill, 3

    This photograph depicts members of the State Teachers College Dining Hall crew on a picnic at a dam near Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

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  • Eagleville high school twenty-fifth annual commencement exercises

    Eagleville High School

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