Browsing The Pinecone by Issue Date

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  • Unknown author (Georgia State Womans College, 1944)
    The presentation of the 1944 Pine Cone represents, to the best of each staff member's ability, during the confusion and strife of a war torn world, the memories cherished by each G. S. W. C. student. It has been the purpose ...
  • Georgia State Womans College (Georgia State Womans College, 1945)
    Dedicated to— the fighting spirit of all Americans. This spirit which was kindled in 1941 and has flamed ever higher to bring us victory over Germany. This fighting spirit which was truly represented in the staunch courage ...
  • Georgia State Womans College (Georgia State Womans College, 1946)
  • Georgia State Womans College (Georgia State Womans College, 1947)
    AMONG THE STATELY PINES - GEORGIA STATE WOMANS COLLEGE YOUR 1947 PINE CONE - The combined activities of work, study and play in a setting of stately pines surrounding gleaming white buildings of Spanish architecture unite ...
  • Georgia State Womans College (Georgia State Womans College, 1948)
    It has been a full year, but a good one. I know I shall never forget one minute of it—nor any member of this Senior Class. And now it will soon be the day of reckoning, when I'll be walking down the aisle with my sweet ...
  • Georgia State Womans College (Georgia State Womans College, 1949)
    Reminiscing about 1949 at the Georgia State Womans College, Valdosta. And recalling all that happened between freshman week and graduation.
  • Georgia State Womans College (Georgia State Womans College, 1950)
    HIGHLIGHTING Our Students, Faculty, and Staff Members. For we have all had a part in making G. S. W. C.'s past, present, and future. We honor G. S. W. C's traditions and purposes, thus achieving academic and cultural ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1951)
    Introducing the Masculine GENDER to our WORK, STUDY, AND PLAY... Hand in hand, WE MAINTAIN OUR TRADITIONS, AND From a strictly "girls school" to a co-ed one is an important step in the life of our college. As our pictures ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1952)
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1953)
    It's hard to realize, but the four-act drama called college is over. But in reality, it is not over and done. There are memories that will be forever a part of us to carry with us and cherish always. The joys, heartache....
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1954)
    How had four years passed so quickly? "Why, only yesterday we were Freshmen." At the beginning of the year, we Seniors were busy with the Halloween Carnival, Junior-Senior Frolics, informal dances, then the last Hanging ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1955)
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1956)
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1957)
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1958)
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1959)
    This year Valdosta State celebrated its 39th Homecoming event with one of the most gala social events of the season. The theme for the event, chosen by the Student Government Association, was Frontier Days. Miss Pam Paulk ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1960)
    A moment of relaxation among the test tubes, inoculating needles, and microscopes of microbiology lab. A tense moment as the Rebels play a hard game of ball. The potpourri of campus life requires a variety of diversions ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1961)
    By a special Act of Legislature the college was established in 1906. It was first known as South Georgia State Normal College, and in 1923 it was changed to Georgia State Womans College . . . Later in 1950 the name was ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1962)
    ...for it is the most important time of your life. It is a day of search and discovery. The past was of great significance, and you must live up to what has been left, but you are the future. What you do with your college ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1963)
    The Golden Year at Valdosta State College Valdosta, Georgia 1913-1963 PI NECONEAfter the fifty years as South Georgia State Normal College for young ladies . . .1913. . . as Georgia State Woman's College, a four-year school ...

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