Digitization of Labor Photographs Underway!

The Southern Labor Archives, part of the Special Collections and Archives department of the University Library, has a collection of over 3,000 photographs as a supplement to its collections of records and papers. These photographs are currently being digitized for a project that will allow them to be searched and viewed online.

Until the project is finished, faculty, staff, students, and the public are welcome to visit the Special Collections and Archives department, located on the 8th floor of Library South, to view the photographs collection.

If you have questions about the Southern Labor Archives, please contact the Special Collections and Archives department at 404.413.2880 or at archives@gsu.edu.

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2 Responses to Digitization of Labor Photographs Underway!

  1. Kate says:

    This post is different from those I have visited. However, still they got my interest. The digitize photo are uniquely presented. I know this will be useful to your library. Thank you for sharing and good luck with your plans.


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  2. ivan says:

    Very interesting idea to have a database of the photos. It will be a nice addition to your library