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Valdosta Georgia History


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Valdosta History Materials

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Valdosta Georgia History, 1960-1976 | Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

By Kent Howell Hughes

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Title: Valdosta Georgia History, 1960-1976Add to your cart.

ID: MS/14

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

Subjects: Arts, Inc., Chronology of 2001, Crazy Poems Foster Creativity, Fallon, Richard G., Focus on Valdosta, Gandy, Thomas W., Georgia--Lowndes--Valdosta, Koinigsburg, Elaine, Lowndes County Courthouse, National Endowment for the Humanities, Peeples, John N., Pictorial Display of Downtown Valdosta/VSU, Smith, Doris Buchannon, Tallahassee Youth Orchestra, Teasley, Luke, Theatre Guild Valdosta, Theres Fun with Kids and Strings?, Valdosta Children's Theatre, Valdosta Concert Association, Valdosta Daily Times, Valdosta Musical Association, Valdosta Opera Guild, Valdosta Symphony Guild, Valdosta Youth Orchestra, Worsley, Dale

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The folders predominantly consisted of papers concerning the arts in Valdosta, Georgia. The only items which strayed from the arts theme were the photos of downtown Valdosta, Valdosta State University, and the Lowndes county courthouse. There were six folders total and some oversized loose items categorized below as folder seven. A majority of information was packed into folders five and six which contained data about a program called Childrens Authors: Their Impact on Human Values, and a organization named Arts, Inc.

The folder labeled Arts, Inc. was focused around defining the scope of the organization, especially in letters describing functions of the operations committee and displaying specific advancements through typed letters of gratitude from churches and clubs in the Valdosta area and general letters of correspondence between those involved with Arts, Inc. Most of the letters direct attention towards funding specific areas of the arts such as Valdosta Childrens Theatre, the String Development Program, or the Youth Orchestra, while others direct attention towards legality issues of accepting funds and taxation (see John N. Peeples attorney at law). Correspondence includes letters typed to the Chairman of National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C., National Council on the Arts, and memos written to the board members of Arts, Inc.

The folder labeled Valdosta City Schools Childrens Authors was organized similar to the Arts, Inc. folder. The Childrens Authors Seminars was a proposal submitted by Valdosta City Schools for meetings with children authors such as Dorris Buchanan Smith and Elaine Konigsburg. A formal program proposal was submitted March 24, 1975 but there were letters of correspondence dating back to late 1974 and biographical information of those involved as early as 1973. A bulk of the information was based around the creation of the seminars. Valdosta State College was directly involved in development of the seminars. VSC was involved in expenses such as making duplications of the program handout and travel expenses for author Dorris Buchanan Smith. The folder contains rough drafts of the program handout, biographical information, list of expenditures and receipts by VSC, letters of correspondence, invitation list, and newspaper clippings.

Subject/Index Terms

Arts, Inc.
Chronology of 2001
Crazy Poems Foster Creativity
Fallon, Richard G.
Focus on Valdosta
Gandy, Thomas W.
Koinigsburg, Elaine
Lowndes County Courthouse
National Endowment for the Humanities
Peeples, John N.
Pictorial Display of Downtown Valdosta/VSU
Smith, Doris Buchannon
Tallahassee Youth Orchestra
Teasley, Luke
Theatre Guild Valdosta
Theres Fun with Kids and Strings?
Valdosta Children's Theatre
Valdosta Concert Association
Valdosta Daily Times
Valdosta Musical Association
Valdosta Opera Guild
Valdosta Symphony Guild
Valdosta Youth Orchestra
Worsley, Dale

Administrative Information

Repository: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research use.

Finding Aid Revision History: Revised October 2019 for DACS compliance by Douglas Carlson

Box and Folder Listing

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[Box 1: Valdosta History Materials],
[Box 2],
[Folder 1: Bill Clinton & Al Gore Campaign Poster, September 23, 1992],

Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Valdosta HistoryAdd to your cart.
Contains the following: The Valdosta Story (2 copies) and a second also called The Valdosta Story, the two differ but both are city histories. 50 Forward Years, Annual Report Valdosta and Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce.
Folder 2: Valdosta Boys' ClubAdd to your cart.
Two copies of the The Keystone of Valdosta's Future is the Valdosta Boys' Club.
Folder 3: True Detective Magazine, November 1983Add to your cart.
The cover story in the magazine takes place in Lowndes.
Folder 4: Downtown ValdostaAdd to your cart.
Downtown Valdosta walking tour pamphlets
Folder 5: Blue Book and Buyers Guide, 1946Add to your cart.
Folder 6: The Azalea CityAdd to your cart.
Informational pamphlet on Valdosta
Folder 7: The Story of Christ Church, 1952Add to your cart.
The Church in Georgia, Offical Organ of the Diocese of Georgia June-July 1952
Folder 8: Valdosta Time Capsule News Release, August 12, 2010Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Valdosta Daily Times Newspaper, March 30, 2014Add to your cart.
Special issue of the Valdosta Daily Times, entitled 'A Look Back'. Contains several different sections with information on events and places throughout Valdosta.
Folder 10: The Story of Valdosta, Spring 1955Add to your cart.
Copy of The Story of Valdosta by Sapelo Treanor, printed in the Georgia Review journal. (vol IX, no. 1)
Folder 11: In the Game - South Georgia Preseason Football Edition, August - September 2017Add to your cart.
Two copies of the magazine which contain information on the local public and private schools' football teams.
Folder 12: Valdosta High School: A Commemorative Magazine, April 2018Add to your cart.
Celebrating the opening of the new Valdosta High School campus. The magazine is a product of the Valdosta Daily Times.

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[Box 1: Valdosta History Materials],
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[Folder 1: Bill Clinton & Al Gore Campaign Poster, September 23, 1992],

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