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  • Chaney, William H. (Magic Circle Publishing, 1890)
    The Occult Publishing Co, Importers and Publishers of Works, Treating on Occultism, Astrology, Theosophy, Spiritualism, Mesmerism, and Kindred Subjects. Publishers of The Occult Review, An Eight-page Quarterly. Price 25 ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Northridge, CA: Rowan Tree Church, 1993)
    The cover of eleventh annual report provides a table of contents, which includes: The General Manager’s report; The Eldermentor’s report; The Board President’s report; The Board Vice- President’s report; The Board Secretary’s ...
  • Rogers, Emily (Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), 2017-08)
    This chapter investigates the author's experience of socialization into workplace culture, tenure denial, and ultimately career success in an academic library. It employs autoethnographic research methods to create an ...
  • Matthews, J.E.F. (United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1908-05-02)
    A self-published booklet from the United Daughters of the Confederacy Upson, Georgia Chapter. Includes transcription of Address by J.E.F. Matthews for the Confederate Soldier Monument of Thomaston, Georgia, delivered on ...
  • Matthews, J.E.F. (Foote & Davies CO., 1920-07-06)
    A pamphlet transcription of a speech delivered by J.E.F Matthews (1852-1924) before the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Lodge Number 236, in Atwater, Georgia on July 6, 1920.
  • Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850; Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 ([Washington], 1850-03-04)
    Address of the Hon. John C. Calhoun, in the Senate of the United States, on the Subject of Slavery : [Read for Him by Hon. Mr. Mason, March 4, 1850]. Washington. (1850)
  • Berrien, John MacPherson, 1781-1856 (Washington D.C. : Towers, printer, 1850)
    Speech of Georgia Senator John MacPherson Berrien (1781-1856) to the Senate regarding the Compromise of 1850. Printed manuscript, Washington D.C., c.1850.
  • Unknown author (1851)
    Store Manifest from Alapaha, title on each page reads "Alapaha Gen" thought to mean "Alapaha General." The manifest includes items purchased (or on loan) from each patron during its use. The owner of the manifest later ...
  • Committee of Claims, U.S. House of Representatives (S.N., 1850-12-12)
    The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the petition of the American Colonization Society, praying remuneration for the support of certain Africans recaptured from the slaver "Pons" by the United States ship "Yorktown."
  • Washburn, William B. (American Missionary Association, 1883-01)
    This issue has articles with African-American interest on Training Colored Girls, Avery Normal Institute, The Georgia Association, The Central South Association along with editorials on work among freedmen and many articles ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1985, 1986)
    The fourth annual report is more of a summary having only two pages. One page concerns the financial status of the Church and four short paragraphs on the second page providing explanation on some of the budget lines. Of ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Dallas, TX: Rowan Tree Church, 1990, 1990)
    The eighth Annual Report begins with a description of changes in membership labels and the elimination of “local” and “out of town” members in favor of just Members. This is largely due to Rev. Paul Beyerl moving to Dallas, ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Northridge, CA: Rowan Tree Church, 1991, 1991)
    The ninth Annual Report goes into detail how the Church can function as a community of groups, which are scattered throughout the United States and Canada. Rituals are synchronized so that all may participate. This is the ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1987, 1987)
    The fifth Annual Report details issues with the previous management by the Board of Directors, particularly it President, and its critical impact on the functioning of the Church. For the first time, various members of the ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Minneapolis, MN: Rowan Tree Church, 1988, 1988)
    The sixth Annual Report provides a monthly account of finances for the first time. This report details growth in various areas of the Church, the development of Study Guides for the Mystery School, and the state of the ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Northridge, CA: Rowan Tree Church, 1992)
    The tenth Annual Report provides detailed descriptions of each of the “Communities” that are part of the Rowan Tree Church, including those involved in their organization and the number of members for each Community. Changes ...
  • Rowan Tree Church (Rowan Tree Church, 1983)
    This first annual report, although stated Hallows 1982-1983 ce, provides historical background information on the humble beginnings in spring 1979 of The Tradition of Lothloriën. Rev. Paul V. Beyerl provides a description ...
  • Hudson, Debbie; Lauderdale, Barbara; Rowanson, Sebastian; Garvais, Leah; Snyder, Ray; Owen, Louise (. New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA., 2017)
    Pan’s Call – Honoring the Dark of the Moon. We gather this night to honor the great God Pan… The voice in the wilderness…the shadow in the night. The fact that he represents such a wild, uncontrollable force as that of ...
  • Blacksun, Shadowhawk; Hudson, Debbie; Lauderdale, Barb; Owen, Louise; Bonnabel, Kathi (Aquarian Tabernacle Church Collection. New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA., 2010)
    The Dark of the Moon is a time of introspection. We call upon our Patroness, the Goddess Hekate to help us look within and gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and the path we choose to follow. Used for an open circle, ...
  • Amfitheatrof, Unknown (Time Magazine; Digitized from original print, Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, December 1, 2016., 1978-07-19)
    Correspondence from London division via Amfitheatrof to Time Magazine, Medicine Edition in reference to the impending birth of the first "test-tube baby" by Lesley and John Brown in Oldham, England in 1978 by doctors Patrick ...

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