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James E. Boyd papers

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Identifier: UA-0002-03
Overview This collection contains the papers of West Georgia College's third president, James E. Boyd. Prior to his appointment as president in 1961, Boyd was an Associate Professor of Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and director of the school's Engineering Experiment Station (now known as Georgia Tech Research Institute). Boyd served as president until 1971. Although the majority of his papers are from various departments and organizations at West Georgia College, there are...
Dates: 1950-2000

Ward B. Pafford papers

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Identifier: UA-0002-04
Overview Papers of West Georgia College's fourth president, Ward B. Pafford, who served from 1971 to 1975. Much of his collection documents his interactions with various departments and organizations at West Georgia College. It also contains newsletters, periodicals, books, and correspondence in connection with his personal writing career.
Dates: 1932-2011

President's Office Personnel records

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Identifier: UA-0002-08
Overview Personnel records of faculty and staff collected by the President's Office.
Dates: 1960s-2002

William H. Row papers

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Identifier: UA-0002-02
Overview Papers of William H. Row, second president of West Georgia College (1960-1961) who previously served as the Administrative Dean for West Georgia College for ten years from 1950-1960.
Dates: 1929-1961

Beheruz N. Sethna papers

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Identifier: UA-0002-06
Overview Beheruz Sethna was the sixth president of the University of West Georgia (1994-2013), hired when it was still known as West Georgia College. Dr. Sethna taught in the College of Business throughout his tenure. Sethna also served twice (1999-2000 and 2006-2007) as the Interim Executive/Senior Vice Chancellor for the University System of Georgia.
Dates: 1973-2013

Whatley family papers

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Identifier: LH-0009
Scope and Contents note The collection consists of papers of Vachel Davis Whatley and the Whatley family from ca. 1892-1944. The papers include accounts, sporadic correspondence, daybooks, a diary (1915) of Annice L. Whatley containing clippings and writings, a diary (1933-1937) of Vachel D. Whatley's daily activities, school and attendance records (1908-1912) for Bowdon College (Ga.), and scrapbooks containing clippings and printed material. The materials mainly pertain to Vachel D. Whatley and document his...
Dates: Approximately 1892-1944