The Georgia Rooms
The Georgia Rooms are located in connecting rooms 131-132 in the northwest corner of William S. Smith Library. They can be accessed through the hall leading to the director's office or through the hall adjacent to the handicapped restrooms. Because of the irreplaceable nature of the material in these rooms, the collection is locked and not open for browsing without prior approval. Researchers planning to visit the collection are encouraged to ask a librarian for assistance.
Book Collection Highlights:
The Georgia Rooms include first edition, limited printings, autographed, and rare publications. The primary focus of the collection is college records, Georgia authors, as well as local and Georgia history. This collection also contains materials that are of interest to scholars of Native American history, theology, agriculture, geography, and environmental studies.
Locating Material in the catalog:
Manuscript Collection Highlights:
The manuscript collection documents college history, manuscripts from local authors, and the notes from local researchers.
Finding Aids for manuscript collection:
Each finding aid includes a description of the collection, subjects associated with the collection, and folder level inventory. We are in the process of describing the collection and this collection of finding aids will be continually updated.
Links to other archives and special collections.