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  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1900s)
    ca-005_f08_recent-memorabilia_pg001-003: Quitman High School Monthly, Term, and Annual Report of Mildred Bennet, 1919-20. ca-005_f08_recent-memorabilia_pg004-010: In Memoriam address for Reverend Edward Abiel Stevens, ...
  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, ca. 1986)
    Notes on the genealogy of the Bennet family, spanning several generations, with dates from 1623 to 1986.
  • Bennet, Samuel Stevens (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1939-1945)
    Letter from Samuel Stevens Bennet to his nephew, Paul Hansell Bennet, and wife, May Beck (Mary Rebeca), sharing some of his memories after a recent visit to their house, where he grew up. His recollections include his ...
  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1900s)
    ca-005_f06_photographs_p01: [Photograph of Matthew Bennet's grave]. (n.d.). In Photographs [Folder]. Valdosta State University Community Archives: Bennett Collection (CA-05), Box 1, Folder 6. Valdosta, Georgia. Undated ...
  • Bennet, William Baker (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1887)
    A letter from W.B. (William Baker) Bennet to Harriet ("Hattie") L. Stevens, dated May 16th, 1887, in Quitman, regarding a recent visit in which he expressed romantic feelings which she did not reciprocate, and promising ...
  • Bennet, William Baker (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1848)
    The text of a speech written and delivered by W. B. Bennet (William Baker Bennet, 1827-1908) before the Phi Delta Society on February 22, 1848, at Mercer University, then located in Penfield, Georgia. Bennet describes the ...
  • Stevens, Oliver (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1837)
    Letter from Oliver Winn Stevens, in Walthourville, dated March 19th, 1837, to his betrothed, Miss Mary Anna Stevens, in which he expresses his love for her and discusses their impending marriage, on March 28th, 1837.
  • Stevens, Oliver (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1837)
    Letter from Oliver Winn Stevens, in Walthourville, dated January 30th, 1837, to his betrothed, Miss Mary Anna Stevens, in Palmyra, in which appears to dispel any doubts she may have over their impending marriage, and convey ...
  • Stevens, Oliver (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1836)
    Letter from Oliver Winn Stevens, in Sunbury, Ga., dated December 10th, 1836, to Mrs. (Amarintha) Stevens, mother of Mary Anna Stevens, in which he asks for her daughter's hand in marriage, and expresses his deliberation ...
  • Stevens, Oliver (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1837)
    Letter from Oliver Winn Stevens, in Walthourville, dated January 15th, 1837, to his betrothed, Miss Mary A. (Anna) Stevens, in Palmyra, in which he apologizes for not being able to see her due to his work obligations. He ...
  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1826)
    Reminiscences (dated 1826) of an employee of the Bank of the State of Georgia in Savannah, about his business travels to Darien, Augusta, and Athens, with stops in Washington, Cherokee Corner, and Wassaw sound, by stage ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 2023-09-01)
    The document, dated September 1-3, 2023, is a Pinevale High School alumni reunion book. The book includes introductions from the Pinevale Alumni Association's Chairman, Dr. Willie Houseal, a reunion agenda, information ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 2007-11-27)
    The scanned plaque, dated November 29 2007, includes a letter from the Valdosta City Schools Superintendent, Sam Allen, giving approval for a Pinevale Class of 1969 plaque. The plaque now placed in the old Pinevale High ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1986)
    The scanned images are dated in 1968. They display students modeling outfits make in Mrs. Artie Marshall's Home Economics class at Pinevale High School. The photos were given to Dr. Houseal by Ms. Renae Marshall daughter ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1985-05-13)
    The scanned Jet magazine, dated May 13, 1985, details an image of Willie Houseal and Bunnis Williams being sworn into Valdosta City Council with their wives. The description describes the change in voting systems that ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1985)
    This document is a scanned image of a Valdosta map that includes the Southside.
  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1988)
    The calendar, dated 1988, displays photos and biographies of successful and prominent African Americans in Valdosta. These individuals would include: Ruth Kimball, Willie Houseal, Joseph "Sonny" Vickers, Bunnis C. Williams, ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 2013-02-24)
    The newspaper, dated February 24, 2013, reflects on 4 individuals, Tony Daniels, Lewis Gordon, Wanda Denson, and Willie Houseal, who helped change the Valdosta voting system from and at-large voting system to a ward system. ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 2023-06-18)
    The newspaper, dated June 18, 2023, was published by Valdosta Daily Times to highlight Juneteenth. Topics of the newspaper would include the origins of Juneteenth, local celebrations, and a timeline of Juneteenth celebrations.
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1984-04-25)
    The document, dated April 25, 1984, details Willie Houseal's affidavit for the Civil Action Case No. CA-86-10-VAL. Houseal affidavit addresses topic like: his city council elections, serving on city council, and the Valdosta ...

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