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Alumni collection

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Identifier: DC9
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials donated to North Georgia College and State University and the University of North Georgia by alumni. Materials include photographs, letters, military records, textbooks, and “remember when” stories. Of note are a World War II flight log, photographs of early presidents and students, speeches from 1897 graduation, and the American Medical Formulary from 1850.

JC Barnes collection

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Identifier: DC4
Scope and Contents John Clements “Daddy” Barnes was born in Warms Springs, Georgia in 1880. He worked at North Georgia College for almost 50 years serving in many capacities. During this time he served as the head of the Mathematics Department, ran the college farm, served as a finance officer, and supervised the construction of the old gymnasium and drill field. Barnes passed of February 8, 1970.

Bella Lynn papers

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Identifier: DC1
Scope and contents note The Bella Lynn collection includes clippings, correspondence, photographs, and surveys of Dahlonega and Lumpkin County, Georgia. Of note are surveys done in conjunction with the city's application to the National Register of Historic Places. In the surveys, Lynn and her colleagues researched and described in detail the buildings surrounding the Public Square in Dahlonega. Lynn also researched and wrote several walking tours of the historic district of Dahlonega. Her research and brochures for...

Chicopee Oral History Project collection

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Identifier: GC1
Scope and Contents The bulk of this collection spans the years 2001-2006. These materials relate to a grant from the Georgia Humanities Council that was used to do oral histories of members of the Chicopee Community. Of note are the cassettes of the interviews and their corresponding transcripts. There are also interviews completed by Gainesville State College students and a tape of the Chicopee forum held September 9, 2003.

Department of Music Performance collection

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Identifier: DC10
Scope and Contents This collection contains programs and recordings of student recitals and performances by student groups from North Georgia College and State University between the years of 1980 and 2007. This collection will continue to grow and include performances from University of North Georgia students.

EB Vickery family papers

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Identifier: DC3
Scope and Contents This small collection contains materials related to Elias Benton Vickery’s (1864-1929) tenure at North Georgia Agricultural College and some of his family’s personal effects. The Vickery Collection contains papers and records.

Gainesville State College, 25th Anniversary

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Identifier: GC3
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials related to the planning of Gainesville State College’s 25th Anniversary which was celebrated in 1989. The celebration activities included the creation of a time capsule, a “Celebration Day” and commemorative Coke bottles. Of note are letters of congratulations from state officials, files from the planning committee and a script for “From Cotton Fields to Learning Fields.”

Gainesville State College Women's Organization

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Identifier: GC6
Scope and Contents Of note in this collection are the scrapbooks and meeting minutes. The collection also contains administrative policies for the group - by-laws, card policy, and guidelines for special projects. The collection also includes the group's correspondence with the charities they worked with over the course of the years and planning notes for their meetings and special events.

George A. Gordon Collection

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Identifier: DC11
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of letters between George A. Gordon and his family, friends, and employers. The letters cover the time just after the founding of Dahlonega and initial Gold Rush in 1832 and end about 12 years after the Civil War. Of note is a letter asking Gordon to close and lock the Dahlonega Branch Mint and transfer the key to the building's caretaker for safekeeping. There is also a series of letters between Gordon and his wife during the Civil War when Gordon, a captain...