Description “The Geechee” is Armstrong’s college yearbook, published annually since the first graduating class in 1937. During the war the campus became mostly female and in 1946 the annual recorded height and weight of each Sophomore, for the first and last time. The post war period began with a surge of veterans back to campus, continued with tea dances and intramural sports that were popular in the 1950s. The 1966 Geechee shows the brand-new campus on Savannah’s southside. The 1973 Geechee’s photo of The Black American Movement, a growing African American student organization, includes Otis Johnson. Dr Johnson was teaching at Armstrong in 1973, but he’d been the College's first black graduate ten years earlier. In 1963 there were no photos of Johnson in The Geechee. The yearbooks of the 1980s and 1990s show a more diverse, growing campus; 1995 marks Armstrong 60th anniversary, and the last Geechee annual. For more about the history of Armstrong see From the Mansion to the University, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 1935 to 2010 by Janet D Stone.