New Virtual Exhibits

Students protesting the election of Herman Talmadge from the “Passing the Torch of Activism” exhibit.

Students protesting the election of Herman Talmadge from the “Passing the Torch of Activism” exhibit.

Virtual exhibits created by the Special Collection and Archives are now available online.

The current exhibit topics include the history of radio broadcasting in Georgia, history of Atlanta women’s organizations, and grass roots activism.  Additional exhibits will be added periodically in the future.

All of these exhibits contain materials that are housed in the Special Collections and Archives, and can serve as a launching point for a research project.  The exhibit topics are merely a small fraction of the subject areas and collections held within the department.  To find out more about the collections, visit the Special Collections and Archives webpage or in-person on the 8th Floor of Library South.

Questions about the exhibits or collections should be directed to the Special Collections and Archives at 404-413-2880 or archives@gsu.edu.

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