Answered By: Sharon Leslie Last Updated: Aug 05, 2016 Views: 48
The Special Collections & Archives department is located on the 8th floor of the University Library South building on the Atlanta Campus. Click here for additional information
The GSU archive contains SO MUCH we can't list it all. Subject strengths of Special Collections and Archives include,
Our Southern Labor Archives includes the heritage of workers and their unions in the South and elsewhere (Archives of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, PATCO - the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, The Great Speckled Bird underground newspaper, and the W. J. Usery, Jr. Collections & Resources),
Efforts to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in Georgia and the second wave of the women’s movement (Donna Novak Coles Georgia Women’s Movement Archives), regional and national efforts to ratify the ERA and the second wave of the women’s movement (Lucy Hargrett Draper U.S. Equal Rights Amendment (1921-1982) Research Collection), women-centered and LGBTQ activist and advocacy activities in Georgia and the Southeast (Archives for Research on Women and Gender) and other social movements, especially in Georgia (Social Change Collection).
Georgia’s political heritage is documented in several of the collections as well as the Georgia Government Documentation Project.
The department also houses the Georgia State University Archives, consisting of records of University offices, deliberative bodies, and organizations, as well as resources on GSU history. There is much more to discover in our archives!
Contact Special Collections
Phone: (404) 413-2880
Fax: (404) 413-2881
Special Collections & Archives
Georgia State University Library
100 Decatur Street, SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3202
Library South, 8th floor