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Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Campus Canopy/Spectator

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: UA-5-9-2
Abstract The Campus Canopy was the student newspaper which began in 1934 at the Georgia State Womens College and continued at Valdosta State College in 1950. In 1970, the paper was renamed The Spectator, as it is known today.
Dates: 1934 - Present

Miscellaneous Publications

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-136
Scope and Contents This is a collection of miscellaneous newspapers, mostly from the 1950's and 1960's.  They cover a variety of topics including civil rights, Alaska statehood, and various centennial and commemorative editions.Harmful Content Policy: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collection’s collection houses materials collected to elucidate the past. We recognize that users may encounter some items within these collections that contain offensive language, viewpoints, imagery or other...
Dates: 1787 - 1905

Photographs - VSU History (Vertical Files)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: UA-0-VF
Abstract The Vertical File is the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections photograph repository. Each image in this collection is housed in the archives vault. There are thousands of photographs spanning the University's history from 1913 up to the present. If you would like a high definition copy of any of these photographs please contact archives@valdosta.edu
Dates: 1913-Present

Southern Patriot - Volume 24, Number 8, September 1966

 File — Box 1, Folder: 10
Collection number: Folder 10
Scope and Contents Headlines: "Baker Movement Thrives," by Joy Fenston; "Jury System Revamped: Albany Ruling Upset"; "Election in West Tennessee Returns Nine Negro Magistrates"; "CR Victory Supplies Precedent: Peace Movement Battles HUAC"; "Appeals Court Reverses Poret, Labat Convictions"; "Hurry Sundown: Reissued in Paperback"; "Theater of the Ghetto," by Robert Analavage; "SCLC Replies to NVDA Critics";
Dates: Created: September 1966

Southern Patriot - Volume 24, Number 8, September 1966

 Digital Work
Collection number: southern-patriot_v24n8_196609

Southern Patriot - Volume 26, Number 4, April 1968

 File — Box 1, Folder: 24
Collection number: Folder 24
Scope and Contents MEMPHIS, Tenn.—This city, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated on April 4, has been living a lie—as all U.S. cities are living a lie. Memphis bills itself as “the City of Good Abode.” It crows about its integrated public accommodations and constantly reminds visitors that these were achieved without the necessity or “bother” of marches and demonstrations
Dates: Created: April 1968

Southern Patriot - Volume 28, Number 7, September 1970

 File — Box 1, Folder: 42
Collection number: Folder 42
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Southern Patriot was a progressive southern newspaper that ran from from 1942-1976? out of South Carolina. The newspaper supported and advocated desegregation before and after the Civil Rights Movement. It covered groups like the militant-leaning Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in a favorable light. It covered the youth movements, sit-ins, and acts of civil disobedience surrounding the Civil Rights Movement and inspired activists in their endeavors.The Southern...
Dates: September 1970

The Southern Patriot

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-124
Scope and Contents The Southern Patriot was a progressive southern newspaper that ran from from 1942-1976? out of South Carolina. The newspaper supported and advocated desegregation before and after the Civil Rights Movement. It covered groups like the militant-leaning Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in a favorable light. It covered the youth movements, sit-ins, and acts of civil disobedience surrounding the Civil Rights Movement and inspired activists in their endeavors.The Southern...
Dates: 1965 - 1976

The Southern Patriot, Vol.23, No.09, November 1965.

 Digital Record
Collection number: 60C5B94A-0283-AE89-47BB-88ABF9D73084

The Southern Patriot, Vol.31, No.06, June 1973.

 Digital Work
Collection number: 65046DC7-0C3A-19B6-474F-C4EBF4D7E300

The Spectator, Web Archive, October 8, 2020

 File
Collection number: UA/5/9/2/ER02
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Item Description: Student newspaper of Valdosta State University. Published: Valdosta, Ga.: Valdosta State University [Student Government Association}, 1993- Some volumes include Orientation issues. Description based on: Volume 41, number 1 (Oct. 6, 1970) Physical Description: volume : illustrations ; 39-59 cm Publication Frequency: Weekly during the Fall and Spring semesters. This collection presents an interesting look at history, because it contains student-produced publications. Housing...
Dates: October 8, 2020

The Spectator, Web Archive, February 19, 2021, 2011-2020

 File
Collection number: UA/5/9/2/ER03
Scope and Contents The Valdosta State Spectator Website archive, downloaded February 19, 2021. Contents covering circa 2011-2021-02-19. Downloaded with HTTrack software. Saved as uncompressed zip file.
Dates: Digitized: February 19, 2021; 2011-2020

William Dean Mathes Scrapbook,

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-25
Scope and Contents William Dean Mathes [1909-1969], of Morristown, Tennessee, served in World War II, in both the German and Pacific theaters. He served from 1944-1946, first in Germany and later in the Philippines after the German Surrender.  He was a military policeman and a member of the Regimental Band.  Before and after the worked as a book keeper and served at various times as a band director and choir director.  He died in Nashville, Tennessee, where he had moved two years before, in 1969.  His wife was...
Dates: 1941 - 1942; Acquired: 2001-06-28