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Have you seen the Songye African Art Display in @VSUOdumLibrary on the 3rd Floor. Check out the images online:
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Check out our Faces of Tibet online photo exhibit.

Charles Kessler made several trips to Tibet in 1999 and 2000. Kessler, an amateur photographer, was fascinated by the people he met there and created a photography exhibit, “Faces of Tibet” which has been exhibited in galleries previously. These are 67 images from that exhibit that are part of this collection. The photographs were taken with a LeichaM6 Camera on his travels.
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#ThrowbackThursday @ValdostaState

The Gymnasium. The building is only temporarily in use as a gymnasium. It will eventually be used as a laundry. It is a brick building, solid and permanent, as is everything built on the campus, but very plain. Its main features are strength and light. It is equipped with several hundred dollars worth of modem gymnasium equipment.
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Valdosta State's first basketball team: The Argonauts at Georgia States Womans College, 1925 #ThrowbackThurday @BlazerAthletics @valdostastate
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Check out these great aerial #photographs from the #Lowndes County Historical Society! http://bit.ly/1eTCvnx #Valdosta #History
At the Lowndes County Historical Museum we have a large variety of local photographs in our archives. Some of the images that best represent Valdosta's growth and history are those taken from above. Here is just a sample of the many aerial photographs housed in the museum. Downtown Valdosta ...
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#Lowndes County #History. Did you know railroads played a pivotal role in the establishment of #Valdosta?
Before the formation of Valdosta, the Lowndes county seat was Troupville. Named in honor of Georgia governor George Troup, the town was well established with a courthouse, hotel, churches, and several stores. However, when the Atlantic and Gulf railroad came through the area, it was built about ...
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#TBT Valdosta State #Vstate19 meet the original #VState19! Converse Hall, Winter 1919. Lane and Brown Collection.
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#ThrowbackThurday Valdosta Archives Palms Dinning Hall, c.1963
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Students hanging out in the Student Union, 1973. #ThrowbackThursday @valdostastate

View the 1973 @internetarchive: http://buff.ly/1SFL052
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#ThrowbackThursday Valdosta State Blazer Nation Valdosta State College Blazers vs. GA. Southern, October 27, 1984
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Johnny Cash at Valdosta State College, 1965

Johnny Cash - Country and folk music star, Johnny Cash, kicked off the SGA’s entertainment program for 1965 during the early part of the winter quarter. Appearing with him were Miss June Carter, the Statler Brothers, and the Tennessee Three. The tall, country singer and guitar player welcomed the biggest concert audience in VSC’s history.

The Pinecone, 1965 : http://bit.ly/1UIf8R8

Campus Canopy, January 15, 1965: http://bit.ly/1UIf8Rb
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New digitized photographs! Early Years Valdosta State , 1914-1930 http://bit.ly/1NaAP4M
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South Georgia's Regional Archives
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The VSU Archives and Special Collections supports the University’s commitment to scholarly and creative work, enhances instructional effectiveness, encourages faculty scholarly pursuits, and supports research in selective areas of institutional strength focused on regional need by collecting, preserving, and providing access to records of enduring historical value documenting the history and development of VSU and the surrounding South Georgia region and in support of VSU curriculum.