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Publications and Printing photographs

Descriptive Summary

Repository: University of West Georgia
Creator: Vice President of University Advancement, Publications and Printing
Title: Publications and Printing photographs
Dates: Around 1960s-1990s, 2014
Quantity: 3.57 Linear feet (9 boxes)
Abstract:Photographs from the Publications and Printing office, an auxiliary service offered by the University of West Georgia.
Identification: UA-0004-0301

Biographical/Historical Note

Publications and Printing, now known as Pub & Print, first opened in 1965. Called Central Duplicating, it operated out of a second floor office in the old Administration building (later demolished). Faculty and staff produced their own copies on memo machines.

Having only three student assistants that ran the shop, Dr. Tracy Stallings made the decision to hire a manager in 1968 and hired Jimmy Drew who would become Pub & Print's first full-time employee (Drew retired in 1998). During this period, the operation expanded and in the late 1960s the office moved into the ground floor of the Martha Munro building. Several years later, Central Duplicating (together with Public Relations, now known as University Communications & Marketing) moved into the bottom floor of the Old Auditorium, which was formerly occupied by the Bookstore.

In the 1970s, a previously-used metal building was acquired and set it up in the current location of Pub & Print (east of the Humanities Building and south of Bowdon Hall). The Pub & Print office shared this building with ITS until the latter moved into Cobb Hall. By 2013, the print shop had begun to outgrow its space and the decision was made to expand and renovate the building to its current state (9,300 square feet and faced with brick and a glass-front lobby).

Pub & Print first operated under the direction of Alumni Services. Later, it was transferred administratively to the Office of University Advancement. In 2010, Pub & Print was transferred to the responsibility of the Vice President for Business and Finance with the print operation reporting to Auxiliary Enterprises. At this time, Pub & Print was given permission to market their services. As of 2019, Pub & Print offers the publication and printing of books, posters, wall art, bumper stickers, and more.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains photographs from the Publications and Printing office, an auxiliary service offered by the University of West Georgia. These photographs depict various individuals including presidents, faculty, staff, students, alums, and friends; buildings and other locations on campus; the McIntosh Stone; campus signage; academic, cultural, and recreational activities; and academic departments. The collection contains drawings of campus buildings, a history of Pub & Print, certificates of appreciation, and an example of a certificate made by Pub & Print.


Arrangement

Organized into four series: 1. Buildings; 2. People; 3. Groups, Events, and Activites; 4. Addition.

Much of the collection is arranged alphabetically by file title.


Index Terms

College students--Georgia (State).
Publication and Printing photographs--Archives.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Publications and Printing Photographs, Special Collections, Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library, University of West Georgia.

Provenance

Initial aquisition and an addition trransferred from Publications and Printing at unknown dates.

Processed By

Processed by Jennifer Little in 2014; re-processed by Patricia Gerard, Candice Larson, and Carol Kensel, 2015-2016; and an addition made by Jennah Marston and Catherine Hendricks, April 2019.

Sponsorship

Finding aid converted with funds from a UWG FY14 Presidential Assistance Grant.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users; no restrictions

User Restrictions

As stipulated by U.S. copyright laws


Container List

 

Series I: Buildings

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1Academic Mall/Campus Quad
Include images of Ingram Library, Pafford, Humaities Building, and Boyd.
Black-and-white photograph of Campus Quad in light snow; envelope of Campus Quad negatives; black-and-white photograph of Campus Quad looking toward the library and Pafford Building (2 copies); black-and-white photograph of the raised walkway between the library and Social Sciences Building; black-and-white photograph of the Academic Mall from the roof of the Humanities Building; color photograph of the Humanities Building; high-definition color photograph of flowers in the Quad, showing the Humanities and Boyd Buildings; black-and-white photograph of the library and raised walkways between it and Boyd Building, and it and Pafford Building; black-and-white photograph of walkway between the Humanities and Social Sciences Buildings; black-and-white photograph of the walkway from the Boyd Building approaching the Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library; black-and-white photograph of the raised walkway between the library and the Social Sciences Building.

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1Adamson Hall
Black-and-white photograph of Adamson Hall; black-and-white Kodatone photograph of front campus and Adamson Hall in snow (ca. 1922); color photograph of Adamson Hall showing the McIntosh Stone (2 copies).

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1Alumni House
Formerly served as President's home (built in 1940) for Irvine S. Ingram, William H. Row, James E. Boyd, Ward B. Pafford, and Maurice K. Townsend. Black-and-white photograph persons standing at the Alumni House sign, ca. 1970s.

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1Baseball Field/Cole Field

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1Biology Building

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1Biology Greenhouse
Black-and-white photograph of the four Biology greenhouses; black-and-white photograph of (Dexter Byrd?) inside one of the Biology greenhouses.

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1Bonner House
Black-and-white photograph of the Bonner House, between Cobb and Gunn Halls; black-and-white photograph of Bonner House and Cobb Hall; black-and white photograph of a tree between the Bonner House and Gunn Hall; black-and-white photograph of the Bonner House sign and Bonner House.

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1Bookstore (?)

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1Bowdon Hall
Bowdon Hall was built under the administration of President James E. Boyd in 1971. Black-and-white photograph of the dedication plaque for Bowdon Hall, 19 November 1972 (3 copies).

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1Boyd/Math and Physics Building
Black-and-white photograph of the Boyd Building before landscaping and signage were installed (September 1968); black-and-white photograph of Boyd Hall post-landscaping; black-and-white photograph of Boyd Hall (ca. 1970); black-and-white photograph of Boyd Hall (ca. 1981) The Boyd Building was named after the third President of West Georgia College.

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1Boykin Hall
Boykin Hall was built under the administration of President James E. Boyd in 1966. Black-and-white photograph of Boykin Hall ca. 1970s; black-and-white photograph of five coeds inside a Boykin Hall dorm room.

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1Callaway/Old Education/Old Biology Building

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1Education Center
Pen-and-ink sketch of the Education Center (built in 1970 under the administration of President James Emery Boyd); architect’s rendering of the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the angle front of the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the front angle of the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the front of the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the front angle of the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the front entrance to the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of a class in session in the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of a woman taking notes while watching a tape inside the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of a male sitting in a carrel inside the Education Center; education student with children in a sandbox in the Day Care inside the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of an instructional classroom in the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of a speaker at the podium inside the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of a student inside the library at the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of a side view of the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the new Education Center with scaffolding; black-and-white photograph of the Education Center with bike rack and landscaping; black-and-white photograph of the landscaped front walk at the Education Center; black-and-white photograph of the high windows and picnic table at the Education Center (2 copies); color photograph of red cannas in front of the Education Center; color photograph of the landscaped front of the Education Center.

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1Football Field House
Black-and-white photograph of the Football Fieldhouse, seated in the center at the table is President Maurice Townsend and to his right are Dr. Dave Dugan, and Robert Reeves; black-and-white photograph of ongoing construction of the West Georgia Football Fieldhouse; black-and-white photograph of the groundbreaking at the Fieldhouse, President Townsend holding football; black-and-white photograph of a backhoe working at the fieldhouse.

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1Front Campus Drive
Black-and-white photograph of Front Campus Drive and meters in snow; black-and-white photograph of Mandeville and Sanford Halls in snow (3 copies); black-and-white photograph of front campus in snow; black-and-white photograph of front campus drive and Adamson Hall in snow; black-and-white photograph of front campus drive; black-and-white photograph sheet with six views of campus buildings (ca. 1922): Sanford Library, Mandeville Hall, (unknown), Administration Building, Adamson Hall, (second view of Adamson Hall?), Old Auditorium; black-and-white photograph of Mandeville Hall through foliage; black-and-white photograph of Old Auditorium and Callaway Building; black-and-white photograph of Adamson Hall, Old Administration Building, and Melson Hall; black-and-white photograph of Old Administration Building in snow; black-and-white photograph of Old Administration Building in snow (ca. 1970s).

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1Gymnasium/Administration Building
This building is also known as the Old Administration building.

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1Health and Physical Education Building
Was in location of current Campus Center.
The Health and Physical Education Building was built in 1965, under the administration of James E. Boyd. Black-and-white photograph of the new unlandscaped Health and Physical Education Building; black-and-white photograph of trophy cases in the lobby of the Health and Physical Education Building.

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1Honor's House
Formerly home of President Irvine S. Ingram (built in 1907) and past Fourth District Agricultural & Mechicanal principal, John Melson.

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1Humanities Building
Black-and-white photograph of the Humanities Building, built in 1970 under the administration of President James E. Boyd, taken from the Quad; black-and-white photograph of the Humanities Building shortly after construction; black-and-white photograph of the interior of the Humanities Building.

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1Infirmary/Health Center
Black-and-white photograph (possibly architect’s rendering) of the Health Center; color photograph of the infirmary (ca. 1970s-1980s); black-and-white photograph of the Infirmary; black-and-white photograph of the entrance to the Infirmary with the Student Center in the background; black-and-white photograph of the Health Center; color photograph of the Infirmary (ca. 1970s-1980s); black-and-white photograph of the Infirmary; black-and-white photograph of a nurse examining a student in the Infirmary.

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1Instructional Media Center (?)

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1Irvine Ingram Library
Black-and-white photograph of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library (formerly the Academic Center, built in 1968 under the administration of President James E. Boyd), showing the Social Sciences Building and part of Boyd to the right (4 copies); black-and-white photograph of an interior of the Ingram Library showing two students studying (rear of the Old Auditorium in background); black-and-white photograph of the front of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library; black-and-white photograph of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library with a crowd out front; black-and-white photograph of Ingram Library and students entering; black-and-white photograph of students at the front of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library; black-and-white photograph of the front of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library with students and bike rack; black-and-white photograph of students at the front of Ingram Library; black-and-white photograph of students in front of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library (3 copies); black-and-white photograph of a food vendor and students outside Ingram Library; color photograph of Back Campus Drive and the side of Ingram Library after the annex was added in 1981(2 copies); black-and-white photograph of the ground floor entrance to Ingram Library, under the raised crosswalk; black-and-white photograph of the art of art professors Bruce Bobick and Cameron Covert inside Ingram Library; black-and-white close-up photograph of Ingram Library; color photograph of the Ingram Library and annex post 1981; black-and-white photograph of an aerial view of Ingram Library post-1981; black-and-white photograph of Ingram Library taken from the Student Center; color photograph of Ingram Library post-1981; color photograph of Ingram Library post-1981; color photograph of the newly-constructed Library annex ca. 1981); black-and-white photograph of the front of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library, post 1981; black-and-white night-view photograph of Ingram Library post-1981; black-and-white photograph of the intersection of Back Campus Drive and West Georgia Drive with Ingram Library on the right and the rear Bonner Hall (ca. 1980s); black-and-white photograph of the front entrance of Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library with students; black-and-white photograph of students on the raised walkway next to Ingram Library (ca. 1980s); black-and-white photograph of the raised walkway next to Ingram Library; black-and-white photograph of the front of Ingram Library and the Social Sciences Building in snow; black-and-white photograph of Library staff in front of Government Documents location; 2” X 2” black-and-white aerial photograph of Ingram Library. Irvine Sullivan Ingram was the first President (1933-1960) of West Georgia College.

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1Kennedy Chapel
Cropped black-and-white photograph of Kennedy Chapel; black-and-white photograph of Kennedy Chapel in snow; black-and-white photograph of Kennedy Chapel in snow; close-up black-and-white photograph of Kennedy Chapel and sign; black-and-white photograph of Kennedy Chapel in February with daffodils.

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1Love Valley

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1Mandeville Hall
Black-and-white photograph of the front of Mandeville Hall (ca. 1940s-1950s); black-and-white photograph of Mandeville Hall (2 copies).

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1Martha Munro Building/Rural Arts Building

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1McIntosh Stone
Originally the stone horse-mounting block that had belonged to Creek Indian Chief General William McIntosh (ca. 1778-1825), relocated to the campus from his property “Lockchau” (also known as “Acorn Bluff,” now McIntosh Plantation) in Carroll County. From 1980 to 1996, the McIntosh Stone served as the logo for West Georgia College until it was replaced by a “flame of knowledge,” the State University of West Georgia logo.
Black-and-white photograph of the McIntosh Stone after its relocation on campus; black-and-white photograph of the relocation of the McIntosh Stone on campus (2 copies); black-and-white photograph of crews relocating the McIntosh Stone with Dr. Tracy Stallings, Director of College Relations, looking on (2 copies); black-and-white photograph of the removal of the McIntosh Stone for relocation on campus, Dr. Tracy Stallings, Director of College Relations, looking on (2 copies).

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1Melson Hall
Black-and-white photograph of Melson Hall (2 copies); in-sleeve black-and-white photograph of an early Melson Hall; black-and-white photograph of Melson Hall and its “front porch” rocking chairs. Melson Hall was named after John H. Melson, first principal (1908-1920) of the Fourth District Agricultural & Mechanical School, the predecessor of West Georgia College.

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1Newnan Center
Black-and-white photograph of the University of West Georgia’s Newnan location in the Shenandoah Industrial Park, 1990.

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1Observatory

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1Old Auditorium

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1Pafford/Social Sciences Building
Black-and-white photograph of the Social Sciences Building in snow, taken from the Quad; black-and-white photograph of the Social Sciences Building signage; black-and-white photograph of the Social Sciences Building and raised walkway next to it (2 copies); black-and-white photograph of the Social Sciences Building with sign.
Built in 1968, it was named after Dr. Ward B. Pafford, fourth President of West Georgia College (1971-1975).

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1Richards College of Business/Business Administration Annex

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1Sanford Hall/Old library

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1Technology Enhanced Learning Center (TLC)

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1Townsend Center/Fine Arts Building

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1Tyus Hall

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1UCC/Student Center

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1Unknown Buildings

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1Watson Hall

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1Wesley Student Center

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1Z-6
The food services building was built in 1974, during the administration of Dr. Ward B. Pafford, but was not opened until 1976, during the administration of Dr. Maurice K. Townsend.
 

Series II: People

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2Alexander, Carol J.
Black-and-white studio portrait photograph of Carol J. Alexander, taken pre-1988

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2Anderson, Johnny

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2Andre, Steve and Betty White
Black-and-white photograph with caption: “Trustees Steve Andre & Betty Wright work on 1980-81 Annual Fund Drive.”

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2Arnold, Mary
Black-and-white photograph of Mary Arnold, member of Kenny Rogers and the First Edition performing on campus, 1971.

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2Austin, Phil Sr. Mrs.

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2Auble, Joel

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2Bailey, Stephen
Black-and-white portrait of Stephen Bailey, Student Government Association President (post-1981).

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2Baird, J. Pope
Black-and-white photograph of J. Pope Baird standing behind a podium (event unknown).

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2Bardis, Christian
Black-and-white photograph of Christian Bardis taken for the Big Man on Campus calendar.

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2Batchelor, Kenneth J.
Black-and-white portrait photograph of Kenneth J. Batchelor, Director of Fiscal Affairs, c. 1981.

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2Baum, James K. and Johnson, Emily O. (Education)
Black-and-white photograph of James K. Baum and Emily Johnson of the Education Department holding award plaques. Dr. Johnson is holding a plaque “Advisor of the Year” from the School of Education, 1989-1990

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2Beard, Charles
Beard was the Director of Libraries at West Georgia College from 1978-2004. F10 Beard, Charles. Black-and-white photograph of Charles Beard, Director of Libraries, sitting at a desk in the library with an unidentified woman; black-and-white photograph of the Ingram Library staff taken at the Reference desk in the library. Beard is pictured on the far right with 20 members of his staff; black-and-white photograph of 4 individuals (Beard is second from the left) admiring a framed photograph of President Maurice Townsend shaking hands with a seated individual; black-and-white photograph taken in the library of 4 men (Beard is on the left) looking at a book; black-and-white photograph of Charles Beard (on the left) with 6 library staff taken at the Circulation Desk in the library The first person in the back row is librarian Jan Ruskell. The third person seated is Betsy Griffies, Head of Cataloging. Others are unidentified.

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2Bickers, Doyle

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2Bobick, Bruce
Black-and-white photograph of Bruce Bobick, Chairman of the Art Department, installing his 17 1/2’ X 9’ ceramic mural entitled “Sporangium Disseminating Spores” in the library annex, 1981; black-and-white photograph of Bruce Bobick and Cameron Covert working on assembling “Sporangium Disseminating Spores” in the library’s new annex in 1981

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2Boerner, Francesca
Black-and-white studio portrait of Francie Boerner, of the English Department

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2Boyd, James E.

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2Brock and Cook

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2Browning, Robert

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2Bryant, Gina

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2Bryson, David

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2Burge, W. Lee

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2Butler, Jerry
Black-and-white photograph of entertainer, Jerry Butler and back-up singers, 1972

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2Byrd, Pamela
Black-and-white headshot portrait photograph of Pamela Byrd, alumna, with a statement attached lauding living in the residence halls

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2Cameron, Robbie

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2Caraway, Mel and Moore and Breeze

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2Carrere, Tom

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2Carter, Jimmy

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2Caswell, Render

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2Causey, Bo

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2Chaffin, Wade
Black-and-white photograph of Wade Chaffin representing Chi Omega fraternity for the Big Man on Campus calendar

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2Chalfont, Don

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2Chowns, Tim
Professor of Geology

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2Clelande, Max

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2Clements, James "Skip"

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2Coe, Robert
Worked in Fine Arts

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2Cole, Sollie and Janney, Dewey
Black-and-white photograph of alumni Sollie Cole (class of 1928) of Austell and Dewey Janney (class of 1933) of Carrollton looking at a framed object

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2Cooke, Ken

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2Cummings, Joe, 1982

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2Dabbs, David

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2Dahl, Jim

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2Dangle, Richard J.

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2Daniel, Bruce
Black-and-white photograph of 1991 debate team scholarship recipients Dan Turner (left) and Michael Hester (seated) preparing for the National Debate Tournament as Debate Coach Bruce Daniel (center) observes. Speech and Theatre Coordinator and Debate Coach, Dr. Chester Gibson, is on the right. 1991 marked West Georgia College’s 19th consecutive year to earn an invitation to the event

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2Daniel, Kelly

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2Davis, Andy

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2Davis, Jay
Black-and-white photograph of Jay Davis taken for the Big Man on Campus calendar

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2Davis, Ovid R.
Black-and-white studio portrait photograph of alumnus Ovid R. Davis ( class of 1935); black-and-white studio portrait photograph of an older Ovid R. Davis

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2Davis, Teresa

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2de Mayo, Ben
Black and white photograph of Physics professor Dr. Ben DeMayo, 1980

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2Dodson, Bevis

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2Driscoll

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2Dugan, Mike

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2Dugan, Missy

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2England, Robert
Black-and-white photograph (2 copies) of Robert England, Department of Biology, before a classroom of students

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2Eslinger, Eric
Black-and-white photograph of Dr. Eric Eslinger, Geology Department, standing before a world map with three students; black-and-white photograph of Dr. Eric Eslinger lecturing in a classroom.

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2Esslinger, Glenn

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2Faille, Kathy

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2Fant, Lynn
Black-and-white photograph of West Georgia College graduate Lynn Fant with her two –year-old son, Glen, outside the Student Center at her graduation.

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2Fitch, Michael

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2Floyd, Ed
Black-and-white photograph of Ed Floyd taken for Big Man on Campus calendar

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2Foley, Bill
Black-and-white photograph of Bill Foley, library staff (seated), with Andrea Phillips and unidentified man.

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2Folk, Richard A.

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2Fountain, Phyllis
Black-and-white headshot of Phyllis Fountain, Director of Alumni Services

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2Fulbright, Evelyn
Black-and-white headshot photograph of Dr. Evelyn Fulbright, Dean of the School of Education

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2Fuller, John R. and Hickey, Eric W.
Black-and-white photograph of John Fuller and Eric Hickey looking at the 27 February 1982 Atlanta Journal-Constitution issue with the headline proclaiming Wayne Williams guilty of the murder of 27 Atlanta children.

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2Fuller, Shannon

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2Garmon, Lucille

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2Gingrich, Newt
Professor of History and Geography from 1970-1978

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2Glanton, Richard

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2Glascock

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2Goodwin, Beverly

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2Goodwin, W. Cope

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2Hall, Jerry

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2Hamada, Stephen
Hamada served in the Biology Department

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2Hardaway, Bridget

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2Harper, Chuck

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2Harns, Jennifer

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2Harris, Nate

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2Hazelgrave, L.S. and Jurney, Ron

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2Helms, Hal

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2Hembree, Paige

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2Herron, Virgina

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2Hicks, Stephanie

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2Higgins, David
Higgins served in the Philosophy Department

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2Holcombe, Troy

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2Holland, Perry

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2Holmes, M. J. and Ferling, Carol

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2Hoskins, Floyd
Hoskins taught Asian history beginning in 1971

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2Horey, David H.

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2Howard, Miki

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2Huck, Eugene

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2Hughes, Pat

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2Ingram, Irvine S.

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2Inman, Charlcie

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2Jackson, Daniel

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2James, Micky

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2Jenkins, Berneverlin (B.J.)

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2Johnson, Collus

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2Johnson, Emily
Johnson served in the English Department

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2Johnson, Skip

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2Jurney, Ron

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2Kaiser, Roger

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2Karsten, Sigfried Guenther
Karsten was a professor of Economics and served as chair

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2Kramer, Kevin

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2Larson, Lewis

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2Leaming, Tom

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2Lee, Maurice

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3Lewis, John

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3Link, Oliver

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3Long, Summer
Associated with the Geology Department

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3Lyon, Bruce W.

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3Mann, George

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3Martin, Georgia

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3Martin, John

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3Martin, Tom

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3Mathews, James
Mathews served in the English Department

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3Mathis, L. Doyle

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3Merritt, Janine

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3McKenney, Annica

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3Miller, Zell

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3Mims, Nancy

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3Minish, Dan

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3Monfort, Ben

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3Morgan, Joyce

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3Morris, Jolene

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3Newman, Joy

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3Nolan

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3O'Malley, James

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3Owens, Angela

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3Pace, Mark

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3Pafford, Ward

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3Parkman, Stanley

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3Pate, Bobby

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3Pennington, Todd

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3Phillips, Ann

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3Pilbeam, Adam

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3Pittman, Dan

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3Pittman, Chatty

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3Porro, Lydia and Thevaos, Augusta

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3Powell, Noel

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3Powell, Robert E.
Powell is a professor of Physics

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3Price, Jamie

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3Ramos

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3Rogers, Werner and Anderson, Cathy

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3Row, William H.

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3Rowell, Jim

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3Setter, Henry
Setter, a sculptor, taught in the Art Department

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3Setterwhite, P.

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3Sharp, Russ

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3Short, Verl
Short was affiliated in some way with the Education Department

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3Shortt, Sylvia

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3Sims, Chris

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3Smith, Linda Fay and Parks, Craig

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3Smith, Luke

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3Smith, Paul

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3Smith, W.H.

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3Smitherman, Bethany

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3Snow, Vergil
Snow had some affiliation with the Biology Department

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3Spiers, Chuck

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3Stallings, Kevin

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3Stallings, Tracy

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3Steely, Mel
Steely is a professor of History and Director of Georgia's Political Heritage Program

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3Steinen, Karl

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3Stogner, John and Steelman, Joyce

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3Stokes, Jimmy
Stokes served in the Chemistry Department

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3Story, Dana

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3Strickland, Jeff and Gustafsen, Leland

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3Stubblefield, Jason

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3Taylor, Francine

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3Terry, Christy

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3Terry, Ken

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3Thomas, B.J.

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3Todd, John

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3Tolbert, Betty

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3Townsend, Maurice K.
University president from 1975-1994

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3Turner, Thelma Harman

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3Tuttle

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3Uglum, Bob

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3Unidentified

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3Upton, Billy and Mason, Jennifer C. and Johnson, Emmery

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3Walton, Jay

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3Waters, Johnny

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3Weaver, Jeff

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3Weaver, John

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3Wiggins, Jannelle

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3Wigington, Steve

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3Wilburn, Mary

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3Williams, Lillian
Undergraduate and graduate student in Education. Williams was the first African-American student admitted to the university in the summer term of 1963.

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3Williams, Robbie

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3Williamson, Ralph

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3Wilson, Charles
Wilson served as Director of Developmental Education Programs beginning July 1, 1970. He was the first African-American administrator at West Georgia College. In 1973, he was given the rank of Assistant Professor of Education and his title became Assistant Director of Special Academic Programs. By 1976, Wilson was Chairman for the Department of Special Studies and Affirmative Action Officer.

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3Wilson, Willene and Lamberson, Ric and Ferling, Carol

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3Young, Ronnie
 

Series III: Groups, Events, and Activites

This series contains photographs of academic departments, campus events and scenery, and student activities and organizations.

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4A-Day Fundraiser, undated

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4A-Day Fundraiser, mid 1970s

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4A-Day Fundraiser (in Z-6), early 1980s

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4A-Day Fundraiser, 1990

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4Alumni Association

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4Alumni Awards

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4Aerial Views of Campus
Black-and-white photograph of the campus of West Georgia College (ca. 1970s-pre-Greek Village?); black-and-white aerial photograph of the West Georgia College baseball field; black-and-white aerial photograph of Ingram Library ca. 1980s; black-and-white aerial photograph of Bowdon Hall, Pub & Print, and Humanities Building; black-and-white aerial photograph of West Georgia College sports fields; color aerial photograph of the West Georgia College campus focusing on the University Student Center, Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library and Quad (2 copies); black-and-white aerial photograph of the campus, May 1969; black-and-white aerial photograph of Back Campus Drive; color quadrant aerial photographs showing (clockwise from upper left) the Student Center, the Pafford Building, the Health and Physical Education Building, and the Humanities Building; black-and-white aerial photograph of the West Georgia College campus from the north, focusing on the Quad prior to the construction of the Humanities Building, April 1967; black-and-white photograph of Back Campus Drive early 1980s; black-and-white aerial photograph of the West Georgia College campus centering on the construction of the Social Sciences Building, April 1967; black-and-white aerial photograph of the West Georgia College campus looking east, with Maple Street on the right; black-and-white aerial photograph of the tennis courts; black-and-white aerial photograph of West Georgia College during the construction of the Social Sciences Building and new library ca. 1967; quote from Aerial Photographics, 18 April 1985.

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4Apple Computer Lab, Fall 1984

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4Arbor Day

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4Archeology

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4Art

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4Athletics

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4Awards Ceremony

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4Baton Twirlers

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4Biology

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4Board of Regents

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4Business

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4Campus Miscellaneous

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4Campus Sidewalks

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4Campus in Snow

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4Campus Streets

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4Campus Tours

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4Cancer Crusade, 1984

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4Chemistry

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4Classrooms - Faculty and Students

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4Classrooms - Students

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4College of Education

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4Computer Resources

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4Continuing Education (1 of 2)

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4Continuing Education (2 of 2)

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4Debate Team

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5Early Childhood Education

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5English

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5Faculty and Others

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5Fans

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5Financial Aid

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5Fine Arts - Dance

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5Fine Arts - Festivals

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5Fine Arts - Performances

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5Food Services

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5Fraternities

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5Geography

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5Geology

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5Graduation, 1980 March 24

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5Graduation, 1980 June 8

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5Graduation, 1981 June 7

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5Graduation, 1982 March

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5Graduation, 1984 June

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5Graduations, undated

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5Halloween, 1984

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5Health Services Employees

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5History

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5Homecoming

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5Intramural Sports

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5Ingram Library Employees

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5Jail Fundraiser

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5Languages

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5Library

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5Marching Band

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5Mass Communications/Media

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5Mathematics

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6Meetings and Office Hours

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6Middle Grade Education and Reading

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6Miscellaneous

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6Music

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6Negatives

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6Nursing

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6Panhellenic

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6Parks and Recreation

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6Performing Arts Center

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6Physical Education

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6Physical Plant

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6Physics

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6Picnic

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6Placement Employees

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6Political Science

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6Psychology

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6Public Safety Employees

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6Publications - Fact Book, 1991-1992

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6Publications - Non-UWG photos

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6Registrar's Office Employees

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6Registration

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7Residence Life

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7Rocket Club

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7ROTC

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7Secondary Education

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7Sociology/Anthropology

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7Sororities

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7Speakers

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7Special Education Department

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7Social Sciences

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7Sports - Baseball

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7Sports - Basketball

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7Sports - Cheer

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7Sports - Football

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6Sports - Golf

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7Sports - Miscellaneous

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7Sports - Soccer

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7Sports - Swimming

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7Sports - Tennis

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7Sports - Track and Field

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7Sports - Women's Basketball

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7Sports - Women's Golf

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7Sports - Women's Softball

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7Sports - Women's Tennis

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7Sports - Women's Track and Field

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7Sports - Women's Volleyball

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7Student Activities

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7Student Activities Office

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7Student Development

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7Student Services Employees

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7Students Socializing

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7Students Studying

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7Summer Orientation

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7Sunset Hills

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7United Voices Gospel Choir

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7Unsorted

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7UWG Foundation
 

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81Academic Mall/Campus Quad, Undated
2Administration Building, Undated
3Aerial Views of Campus, Undated
4Anthropology (Science Building), Undated
5Bonner House, Undated
6Boyd/Physics and Math, 1978
7Callaway, 1968 (September)
8Campus Pathways and Scenery, Undated
9Education Center, Undated
10Fireworks over Campus, Undated
11Health Center, Undated
12Health and Physical Education Building, Undated
13Health and Physical Education Building-Gym
14Health and Physical Education Building-Swimming Pool, Undated, 1972
15Honors House, Undated
16Ingram Library, Undated, 1988
17Kennedy Chapel
18Love Valley, Undated
19Mandeville Hall, Undated
20Martha Munro (Rural Arts Building), Undated
21McIntosh Stone, Undated
22Melson Hall/Psychology, Undated
23Miller Hall/Business, Undated, 1987
24Old Auditorium, Undated
25Pafford/Social Sciences, Undated
26Publications and Printing-History by Sally Roberts, 2014
27Old Auditorium/Anthropology (Science Building)/Martha Munro, Undated
28Residence Halls (exterior and interior), Undated
29Row Hall, Undated
30Sanford Hall, Undated
31Signage-West Georgia College-Georgia Historical Commission Marker, Undated
32Signage-West Georgia College, Undated
33Tennis Courts, Undated
34Townsend Center, Undated, 1989
35Townsend Study Garden, Undated
36UCC/Student Center, Undated
37UCC/Student Center, Undated
38Z-6, Undated
39A Day for West Georgia, 1993
40Art-Carrollton Collects, 1985 - 1988
41Artwork and Certificates of Achievement (Blank), Undated
42Graduation, Undated

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91Miscellaneous, Undated, 1987
2Student Awards and Grants, Undated
3Students-Academic Settings, Unated, 1996
4Students-On Campus, Undated
5Thomas B. Murphy, Undated
6Visitation Day-West Georgia College, 1982 (November)
7UWG Faculty, Staff, Alums, and Friends, Undated
8UWG Presidents (Pafford, Maurice and Ceil Townsend, Sethna), Undated