CA-004-001: Willie Houseal Collection

CA-004-001: Willie Houseal Collection

 

Recent Submissions

  • George, Mark Patrick; Houseal, Willie; Jenkins, Harry (Pinevale High Alumni Association, 2024)
    This documentary explores the history of Pinevale High School, a segregated Black high school in Valdosta, Georgia, operational from 1957 to 1972. Utilizing interview footage and archival photography, the video delves into ...
  • Houseal, Willie (San Francisco, CA: Monterey Pacific Publishing, 1998)
    Using his own life as an example, Willie Houseal has written of the adversities that confront each of us and, through the development of self-esteem, he has created a message of hope for everyone. Mr. Houseal uses the ...
  • Houseal, Willie (Columbus, GA: Brentwood Christian Press., 2008)
    Houseal, Willie (2008). The Power of Positive Self-Esteem: Developing, Implementing, and Sustaining. Columbus, GA: Brentwood Christian Press. Part of the Willie Houseal Collection from the Community Archives Project ...
  • The Southside Living History Project (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1999)
    This is a series of photographs and captions scanned from framed photo collages from the Houseal Collection featuring businesses and communities from the Southside Community of Valdosta, Georgia. It details a vibrant history ...
  • Sellers, Richard (Valdosta Daily Times, 1985-02-17)
    Sellers, Roger. "Houseal Moves Into Hotter Politics: District 1 Councilman Expects Heavy Scrutinization," Valdosta Daily Times, February 17, 1985.
  • Rogers, Ernie (Valdosta Daily Times, 1987-03-06)
    Rogers, Ernie. "Houseal Elected Mayor Pro Tem," Valdosta Daily Times, 1987-03-06.
  • 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 ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1989-01-11)
    The document, dated January 11, 1989, describes the Civil Action case No. CA-89-06 VAL. This is a case formed by Michael David Apperson vs. the City of Valdosta and the Valdosta Police department. Apperson states that both ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection, 1985-06-17)
    The document, dated June 17, 1985, is a legal document detailing Civil Action No. 83-108 VAL and Civil Action No. 83-106 VAL. This document includes topics like affidavits, Valdosta city council, voting systems, ward system, ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1983)
    The document, dated in 1983, is a legal document detailing the NAACP et al v. Tillman et al., Civil Action 83-108 VAL case. The Civil Action is based on the failure to represent the 1st, 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendment as ...
  • Houseal, Willie H. (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1985-03-07)
    The report, dated March 7, 1985, details the minutes form a regular Valdosta City Council meeting. The topics of the document includes: election results, administration of oaths of office, ordinance amending, rezoning, ...
  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 1984-07-02)
    The letter, dated July 2, 1984, is addressed to the participants of the NAACP et al v. Tillman et al., Civil Action 83-108 VAL. from Todd Johnson. Johnson is updating the Civil Action participants of the opportunity of 6-8 ...

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