University of North Georgia. Special Collections & Archives, Gainesville Campus

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The Special Collections and Archives serve as the institutional memory of University of North Georgia and its predecessors, Gainesville State College, and North Georgia College and State University.


Strengths:
History of Appalachia, Northeast Georgia, and the communities surrounding the University of North Georgia's four campuses. The UNG Libraries also host two digital initiatives. The Nighthawks Open Institutional Repository (NOIR) is a central exchange for scholarship and creative work deposited by the students, faculty and staff of the university with the goal of expanding the visibility of the university to the regional and global community. The Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD), a database created by a UNG faculty member, offers extensive in-depth coverage of English drama from 1485-1642 in text, image, and interactive formats.
Parent Institution:
University of North Georgia Libraries
Location:
3820 Mundy Mill Rd Oakwood, GA 30566
Email:
askus@ung.edu
Phone:
+1-678-717-3653

Collections

Name Description
Alumni Collection Photographs, letters, military records, textbooks, and personal stories of University of North Georgia alumni.
History on the Lawn Oral History Collection Materials related to the history, citizens and businesses of Oconee County, Georgia.
Oconee County Historical Society Documents and Photos Selected documents and photographs from the Oconee County Historical Society describing twentieth and twenty-first century life.
Perceptions: A Creative Arts Magazine (1982-1996) of Gainesville College Creative arts magazine produced annually between 1982 and 1996 by the Humanities Division of Gainesville College, Gainesville, Georgia.
Reflections: A Creative Arts Publication (1972-77) of Gainesville Junior College Creative arts magazine produced annually between 1972 and 1977 by the Humanities Division of Gainesville Junior College, Gainesville, Georgia.