Tennessee Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings

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College of Art
Memphis, TN
The Memphis College of Art was originally known as the Memphis Academy of Arts. It was designed by William Mann and Roy Harrover and built in 1956. [map]

Wassell Randolph Student Alumni Center
Memphis, TN
The Wassell Randolph Student Alumni Center at the University of Tennessee appears to be from the 1970s. [map]

University of Memphis
Memphis, TN
These buildings at the University of Memphis were built around 1964. The scalloped passageway connects E.C. Ball Hall and the Campus Elementary School. [map]

Clarksville High School
Clarksville, TN
Clarksville High School was built in 1968. [map]

Montgomery Central High School
Cunningham, TN
Montgomery Central High School was built in 1968 by the same architect as Clarksville High School described above. This campus features three domes which rise out of water. For more, see this website. [map]

More Tennessee Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings:
Knoxville College Colston Center for the Performing Arts (Knoxville) [map]
University of Tennessee Aquatics Center (Knoxville)
University of Tennessee Conference Center (former Rich's Department Store) (Knoxville)
Coker Creek Elementary School (Tellico Plains)