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Department of History, Center for Public History, Technology-enhanced Learning Center Oral History collection
Overview This collection contains oral histories on the University of West Georgia's Technology-enhanced Learning Center (TLC) and is part of the UWG Public History Center's Oral History Project.
Overview This collection contains the records of the Department of History at West Georgia College and, later, the State University of West Georgia. Department of History.
Dates: 1974 - 2000
Overview Records of the Academic Programs Committee, a unit of the University of West Georgia Faculty Senate.
Overview Faculty Senate records include meeting minutes, agendas, and presidential responses for West Georgia College, the State University of West Georgia, and the University of West Georgia.
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1973-2002; 1969-2016
Overview Audio and motion picture oral history interviews with prominent current and former Georgia political figures representing political history since World War II which were conducted as part of the Georgia's Political Heritage Program (GPHP). The GPHP was founded in 1984 by Dr. Mel Steely, Professor Emeritus of the UWG History Department, to capture the memory of Georgia's political leaders as they relate their roles in the context of state and national politics. Interviewees discuss their...
Overview Papers of William (known as W. Fred) Gunn, Dean of West Georgia College from 1933 to 1946.
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1944-1946; 1933-1958
Overview George Bright Hamilton served as Georgia State Treasurer from 1933 to 1962.
Overview The legislative papers of Bill Hamrick, Georgia State Senator from 2000-2012, who represented District 30, which is comprised of sections of Carroll, Douglas, and Paulding counties. Hamrick currently serves as a Superior Judge in the Coweta Judicial Circuit.
Overview An original letter sent to Mrs. Melindah J. Boyd Groce from Moses Gresham Herrin in Columbus, Mississippi to inform her that her husband, Confederate soldier Lewis Dudley Groce, had died in the Civil War in 1862.
Overview Public and private papers of the second principal of the Fourth District Agricultural and Mechanical School in Georgia, who then became the first president of West Georgia College. His term as the first president of West Georgia College lasted from 1933-1960.
- Subject: Georgia -- History X
- Ingram, Irvine Sullivan, 1892-1981 3
- West Georgia College 3
- Fourth District Agricultural and Mechanical School (Carrollton, Ga.) 2
- Julius Rosenwald Fund 2
- McGinnis, Joe, 1936- 2
- State University of West Georgia 2
- University of West Georgia 2
- Amos, Elijah M. 1
- Beulah Primitive Baptist Association. 1
- Burford, Philip H., 1774- 1
- Cane Creek Primitive Baptist Association 1
- Confederate States of America. Army. Cobb's Legion. Infantry Battalion. Company B 1
- Confederate States of America. Army 1
- Confederate States of America. Army. Georgia Infantry Regiment, 41st 1
- Fouse, Ephraim D., 1841-1913 1
- Georgia. General Assembly. House of Representatives 1
- Georgia. Treasury Department 1
- Groce, Lewis Dudley, -1862 1
- Groce, Malinda J. Boyd, 1827-1890 1
- Gunn, W. Fred, 1885-1964 1
- Hamilton, George B. (George Bright), 1891-1971 1
- Herrin, Moses Gresham, 1815-1885 1
- Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library 1
- Larson, Lewis H., 1927-2012 1
- Little Vine Primitive Baptist Association 1
- Marietta Old School Primitive Baptist Association 1
- McIntosh, William, approximately 1775-1825 1
- Melson, John Holland, 1870-1952 1
- New Hope Primitive Baptist Association 1
- Nichols, Simon Wood 1
- Old Carroll County Historical Society (Ga.) 1
- Original Ochlocknee Primitive Baptist Association 1
- Primitive Baptist Association. 1
- Seabaugh, Mitchell 1
- Talmadge, Eugene, 1884-1946 1
- Thomas, Charles A., 1948- 1
- United Daughters of the Confederacy. Annie Wheeler Chapter no. 391 (1901-1976) 1
- United Daughters of the Confederacy. Annie Wheeler Chapter no. 391 (2010- ) 1
- United Daughters of the Confederacy. Georgia Division 1
- University System of Georgia. Board of Regents 1
- West Georgia College. Vice President for Academic Affairs. 1
- Wick, John B. 1
- Women's Missionary Union Carrollton Baptist Association. 1 ∧ less