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African American history

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

Valdosta Southside Photograph Collages (Electronic Records), 1930 - 1999

Collection number: ca-004-er001
Scope and Contents This is a series of photographs and captions scanned from framed photo collages from the Houseal Collection featuring businesses and communities from the Southside Community of Valdosta, Georgia. It details a vibrant history of the Southside community in Valdosta, focusing on the flourishing of African American businesses and cultural life from the 1930s to the 1990s. It documents a myriad of establishments including the Liberty Club, a hub for entertainment featuring legends like Duke...
Dates: 1930 - 1999

Valdosta State Events

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: UA-22-43
Scope and Contents

This collection contains items from events that were held at Valdosta State University. There is a wide range of genres represented from the history of Valdosta State, to visiting artists and exhbits. Included are the materials of exhibits such as the House in the Woods, Valdosta State's 100 year anniversary, and the history of integration at Valdosta State. Valdosta also had Maya Angelou, Jancie Daugharty, and the We the People exhibit as well as hosting theater conferences.

Dates: Acquired: 2001-01-08

Video 11: AAS Lecture Series #3: History of South Valdosta/ Southside Stories. 1997/02/27.

 Video Cassette — Box 4, video_cassette: 11
Collection number: 11
Scope and Contents

Dr. Beth Higgs, associate professor of Socioligy, presents "A Living History Book: Southside Valdosta." Tim Lee Wright, a VSU student presents an original skit, "Southside Stories," which tells the story of the Rev. willie Wade and his contributions to Valdosta.

Dates: 1995 - 2005