Monthly Archives: March 2016

Where We Learn: A bibliography of Gore Center collections related to childhood education and female educators

Written by Melissa Hope, guest blogger Many of us fondly remember our elementary school and a favorite (or not so favorite teacher). Where we learn and what we learn as children has a deep and lasting impact on our entire … Continue reading

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“R” is for Regional Collections

Regional collections are one of the three scopes of items at the Albert Gore Research Center (the other two classifications are political and university). Listed below are four major collections of regional materials we currently house: Archive of Middle Tennessee … Continue reading

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“Q” is for Quill E. Cope

Quill E. Cope served as the fourth president of this university from 1958 to 1968. Accomplishments during his tenure include this institution achieving university status and changing its name to MTSU, the first computer arriving on campus and the campus … Continue reading

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June at MTSU

Written by Kelsey Lamkin, guest blogger This is one of our guest blog posts for Women’s History Month. Kelsey Lamkin was an undergraduate intern with us, and kindly returned to the subject of June Anderson for this post. You can … Continue reading

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“P” for Political Pins

The AGRC has a large collection of political pins distributed during presidential, gubernatorial and congressional elections, as well as while in office. Our holdings date back to the 1970s. The selections for this post consist of a pin for the … Continue reading

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“O” for Oral History

The Albert Gore Research Center preserves several different collections of oral histories and interviews from veterans, Middle Tennesseans, notable university figures, and many others. Most audio or video from these oral histories are available on our website via the finding … Continue reading

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MTSC Women During the War

Written by Taylor Stewart, guest blogger This is one of our guest blog posts for Women’s History Month. Taylor Stewart, master’s student in Public History and graduate assistant for the MTSU Center for Historic Preservation, researched and wrote this post on … Continue reading

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