This collection of photographs depicts the Statesboro region during the late 1800's and early 1900's. Photographs highlight important landmarks and buildings, prominent individuals, historic events, and ways of life. Photographs come from various collections held by Special Collections, which include the Brannen Family …
This collection of photographs traces the development of the Georgia Southern University campus from its earliest days. Photographs show buildings, students, and the general development of campus.
Selections from the Sheet Music Collection, which is comprised of over 2,000 early-20th century American popular music compositions. The collection is an amalgamation of pieces acquired from Leonora Lieuwenkamp, George Beasley, Smith Callaway Banks, Ronald J. Neil, Richard Barksdale Harwell, and Carolyn Lee. Pieces range in date …
This collection of photographs highlights the plant life and culture of the Okefenokee Swamp, collected by Dr. Francis Harper, 1912-1951.
This collection sheds light on how daily life changed during World War II in the Statesboro region, and also the rest of the United States. Due to the shortage of certain materials and the halting of the production of others, rationing became necessary. The United States Office of Price Administration established a system of rationing. …
Henderson Library's Digital Special Collections: highlights of a varied and valuable collection of research materials detailing the history of the Statesboro, Georgia area and Georgia Southern University.