Digital Collections

The Gore Center has partnered with James E. Walker Library in order to increase access to our rich and varied collections. Walker Library’s digital collections are free and open to the public. The Gore Center also develops and maintains its own digital collections within the library’s CONTENTdm software. See the list below for more information on each of these collections.

See most of our entries in Walker Library’s Digital Collections

Forrest Hall Protest Collection   Forrest Hall Protest Collection

  The Forrest Hall Protest Collection exists in order to collect, preserve, and provide access to the documents, accounts, and history of the
  individuals and organizations involved in the debate over the name of Forrest Hall and other Confederate symbols on MTSU's campus.

 

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   Tennesseans and World War II

    This digital collection contains a curated set of documents, photographs, ephemera and objects related to the Tennessee maneuvers,   
    home front, and wartime activity overseas. The collection is in its early phases, so more items will be added in the coming months.

 


Related Digital Collections

wearing gay history    Wearing Gay History

The Gore Center is one of 19 archives in the world that contributed to Wearing Gay History, a digital archive of historical LGBT t-shirts.

 

Bradley Academy    Bradley Academy Historical Association

This Omeka site hosts the Bradley Academy Historical Association's Digital Collection, which has been digitized and held by the Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Center. MTSU students in the class HIST 6450 (Digital Tools for Historians) created this site. There are over 200 images that range from photographs to newspaper clippings to graduation commencement programs.

Black craftspeople    Black Craftspeople Digital Archive

     Founded in 2019, the BCDA brings together scholars, students, museums and archives professionals and the public to collaborate and
     spread the story of black craftspeople. BCDA seeks to enhance what we know about black craftspeople by telling both a spatial story and a
     historically informed story that highlights the lives of black craftspeople and the objects they produced.

 

 

 

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