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Photo from the Alvin C. York Medical Center

Alvin C. York Hospital Collection, February 6, 2019 The Rutherford County Historical Society acquired thousands of photos from the Alvin C. York Veterans Hospital in December, 2018. Can you ID the person in this pic? Please send your answers to rutherfordtnhistory@gmail.com.

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Central High School Photos Saved

The pics from Central High School have been ‘rescued’ from the recently closed Reeves-Sain Drug Store!!! Much appreciation to the management (former) of Reeves-Sain and Dr. John Ash of Murfreesboro’s Central Magnet School.

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Barrett Photography Studio, Daily News Journal, June 23, 1974

You know, we come across some fun and interesting items at the Rutherford County Historical Society.  Everyday reminds me Christmas. We opened a time capsule from September 27, 1973 at the Murfreesboro (Tennessee) Police Department this past September (September 22, 2017).  We since have digitized a two-foot thick stack newspapers…

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Shacklett to Display Photographer’s Works

Nancy DeGennaro, The Daily News Journal, September 1, 2017 Much of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County history since since 1937 has been documented by the legendary photographer, Dick Shacklett. Shacklett’s Photography, 105 South Church Street on the Murfreesboro Public Square, will celebrate its 80th birthday this weekend with an exhibit of…

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Bradley hosts conversations, music and photo exhibit

BLACK HISTORY MONTH Bradley hosts conversations, music and photo exhibit The Daily News Journal , January 29, 2015 MURFREESBORO — Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Center, 415 S. Academy St., is hosting events during February in observation of Black History Month. The month-long celebration features discussions of Brown v. The Board…

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Alfred Miller Home

January 15, 2020, Renee Duke Miller Alfred Miller built this house on the corner of College and Academy Streets in Murfreesboro. Photo source: O.E. Camp Photo – 1930-1939 The walls of the three-story red brick are 14″ thick with a foundation of stone. There are two chimneys on each side…

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