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Annie Powe Hopper Award

 Collection — Box: 1
Collection number: UA-22-6
Scope and Contents The Annie Powe Hopper Award, named in honor of Valdosta State's first Dean of Women, is presented annually to a senior who represents the high academic standards and exemplifies the traditions of Valdosta State University. Miss Hopper arrived at South Georgia State Normal College (SGSNC) in 1920 and her first position was that of a teacher.  In 1922, SGSNC became a four-year institution and the name was changed to Georgia State Womans College (GSWC).  In the role of Dean, she insisted on...
Dates: 1964-present

History of South Georgia State Normal College and Georgia State Womans College

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: UA-22-31
Scope and Contents The Histories of SGSNC and GSWC includes general memorabilia about/from the colleges.  The topics and subject matters are varied.  This collection provides a wide range of artifacts, including, but not limited to:  correspondence, mimeographs, newspaper articles, pamphlets, programs, a deed, brochures, and personal keepsakes.  Most of the artifacts were in good to descent condition, few were in fair condition.  A large amount of the content in this collection is in the original format.  Please...
Dates: 1906 - 1950; Acquired: 2004-04-01

Mary Remer Parramour Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-68
Abstract Mary Remer Parramour (Dec. 30, 1929 – Dec. 24, 1996) was born in Valdosta Georgia. Was the second child of Dinah Roberts and Redden Lamb Parramore. Graduated from Valdosta State College among the first class in 1951. Worked as an office manager for Dr. Joe Brannen for over 20 years. Civil and social associations she belonged to included the Valdosta Junior Service League, the Cotillion Club, Valdosta Mystery Club, the Reader’s Forum, the Lowndes Country Historical Society and the Daughters of...
Dates: 1947 - 1973; Acquired: 2002-05-09

Michael M. Black Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Collection number: MS-89
Scope and Contents Michael M. Black, a native of Valdosta, Georgia, attended Valdosta State University where he earned a BBA in Finance, a Master's Degree in Higher Education Leadership, and a second Master's Degree in Instructional Technology. The items in his collection deal with the history of Valdosta State College. Specifically items concerning: Frank R. Reade, J. Ralph Thaxton, & Eleanor Roosevelt's 1941 speech to GSWC. He also donated copies of obituaries of Valdosta State Faculty and Staff 1935-2002.
Dates: Acquired: 2012-11-26

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