Archives and Special Collections

 

The VSU Archives and Special Collections supports the University's commitment to scholarly and creative work, enhances instructional effectiveness, encourages faculty scholarly pursuits, and supports research in selective areas of institutional strength focused on regional need by collecting, preserving, and providing access to records of enduring historical value documenting the history and development of VSU and the surrounding South Georgia region.

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  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1972-02-10)
    The Spectator. February 10, 1972. Vol. 38, No. 10. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Pizer to Speak Here: Homecoming At VSC To Be A 'Mardi Gras' -- Tolliver To Speak Tomorrow -- ODK Starts Bloodbank -- Plays ...
  • Unknown author (Merrihew and Thompson, 1841)
    Slavery and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States by the Committee Appointed by the Late Yearly Meeting of Friends Held in Philadelphia in 1839. Includes excerpts from Joseph John Gurney’s Familiar letters to Henry ...
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1971-10-21)
    The Spectator. October 21, 1971. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Mascot Change Rejected: Fall Elections Establish New Leaders -- Union Board Delegates Attend Convention -- Blackberry Wine Opens to Public
  • Woodworth, C.L. ((Watertown, MASS.: Atlanta University, 1890), 1890)
    Woodworth, C.L., The Negro Problem Insoluble by Present Methods (Watertown, MASS.: Atlanta University, 1890). African Americans -- Education United States -- Education -- Training Schools African Americans -- Missions ...
  • Faulkner, William; Mays, Benjamin; Sims, Cecil (Southern Regional Council, 1956)
    Three Views of the Segregation Decisions Papers Read At a Session of the Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association, Memphis Tennessee. November 10,1955 by William Faulkner, Benjamin Mays, Cecil ...
  • Jones, Charles Colcock (Edward J. Purse, Printer No. 102, 1848)
    Thirteenth Annual Report of the Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia By Charles Colcock Jones (missionary). Moral Discipline and Culture of the Negros -- The Baptists -- ...
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1972-03-30)
    The Spectator. March 03, 1972. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Accident Fatal to VSC Student -- Following in Her Father's Steps: Dodd Named Acting Art Department Head -- Mitchell Awarded Danforth Fellowship.
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1972-02-03)
    The Spectator. February 03, 1972. Vol. 38. No. 15. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Linda Reddick to Pass on Crown to New Miss VSC -- European Study Plan is Offered -- Graduate Carrols to be Available in New ...
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1972-01-27)
    The Spectator. January 27, 1972. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Black Students Planning February 'Awareness Week' -- Commencement is Changed -- Miss VSC Pageant Attracts Celebreties to Valdosta: Miss America ...
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1971-11-18)
    The Spectator. November 18, 1971. Vol. 38. No. 9. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Midsummer Nights Dream -- Miss Rich to Give Piano Recital -- Financial Aid Announces Part-Time Jobs For Winter Quarter.
  • Lawson, Elizabeth (New York: Workers Book Shop, 1939)
    This book was published by a book shop that was affiliated with the Communist Party USA, The book is organized as a series of lessons on African-American history for use in workshops and classes. This is the first printing. ...
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 1971-10-14)
    The Spectator. October 14, 1971. Vol. 38. No. 4. Valdosta State College's Student Newspaper. Sports for Both Sexes --
  • Moody, Loring (Boston: Published By John P. Jewett & Company., 1856)
    A political monograph and campaign literature attributed to abolitionist Loring Moody of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society addressing Democrats during the 1856 election campaign. Anti-slavery literature -- United ...
  • Georgia Interracial Committee (Atlanta: Georgia Interracial Committee, 1939, 1939-03-03)
    Program: Second Annual Conference Georgia Interracial Committee, March 3.1939 Lists Program of the conference, Conference Committee members and the executives of the Georgia Interracial Committee. This Committee was ...
  • General Assembly, Georgia; United States, Committee on the Judiciary Congress (Blair & Rives, printers, 1840-03-11)
    Georgia. General Assembly.,(1840). Resolutions of the General Assembly of Georgia: in favor of so amending the Constitution of the United States as to authorize circuit judges of the United States to surrender fugitives ...
  • Strozier, Harry S. (Committee for Georgia, 1945)
    Committee For Georgia: Building Together, Affiliated with the Southern Conference for Human Welfare. Harry S. Strozier, Chairman Four-page (includiing covers) pamphlet on this biracial committee, founded in Georgia in ...
  • Hodges, Charles E. (American Anti-Slavery Society, 1855)
    Disunion our wisdom and our duty. By Rev. Charles E. Hodges. ... Hodges, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1824-1870. Anti-Slavery Tracts No. 11. (American Anti-Slavery Society: [New York], 1855). The American Anti-Slavery ...
  • 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 ...
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 2001-12-10)
    The Spectator TAB edition (draft copy). December 10, 2001. Vol.69, no.16.(Valdosta State University, 2001). The Bragging -- Campus Happenings -- Bragging Rights.
  • Spectator, Valdosta State University (Valdosta State University, 2001-12-06)
    The Spectator (draft copy). December 6, 2001. Vol.69 No.12. Baily responds to Living Wage -- Living Wage Campaign Timeline -- Next president expected by Jan. 1 -- Departments looking to ease growing pains.

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