|AASU Archives Flickr site|
Click on collections or sets to explore digitized photos from Lane Library's special collections, including many scanned from Geechee yearbooks. The photos are divided into collections: Students and Special Events; Faculty and Staff; Campus; Theatre, all photos of AASU history.
|The Inkwell, Digitized copies of selected issues |
Armstrong's student newspaper since 1935. Sixteen issues selected from the years 1953-1956 have been digitized by Kathryn McGowan as part of her Internship project, June-August 2009.
|Finding Aid to University's Archival records|
A wealth of information for researchers and history lovers.
|Living in Savannah|
Material produced by AASU students & digitized from Lane Library's Special Collections. This scrapbooks consists of photos taken by Armstrong Junior College students for a Contemporary Georgia course in 1939-40 and 1940-41. Both albums are part of the Florence Powell Minis collection housed at the Lane Library. This volume contains 300 photographs and focuses on housing conditions in Savannah, particularly on those of the lower class people-- black and white.
Happiness and Hard Times
A collection of interviews with Savannah citizens conducted by an Armstrong State College history class during the year 1973. Topics include modern (c. 1973) and depression-era race and race relations, including some references to the Civil Rights movement, as well as depression-era commerce, economics, and culture-- all from a variety of perspectives.
The Savannah Biographies
These volumes contain biographies of 19th and 20th century Savannahians written by history students at Armstrong Atlantic State University from 1975 through 1994.