Answered By: Judith Garrison Last Updated: Sep 14, 2016 Views: 31
Many publications documenting the history of Armstrong State University have been digitized and are available on the Internet Archive. Use the links below to find the publications you are seeking.
Lane Library's Minis Room and University Archives Libguide also links to digitized resources.
The following Armstrong publications are digitized and available through the Internet Archive
- The Geechee, Armstrong's yearbook, all issues published from 1937-1995. (The Geechee was not published after 1995)
- The Inkwell, Armstrong's student newspaper, issues from 1935-1947 and 1960-1971.
- Armstrong's college catalogs, from 1935-2000. Alums who need a course description during this period can search: Armstrong catalog [year] in Internet Archive
- Armstrong Magazine (1994-1998), student magazines The Calliope and The Mercury and minutes from Armstrong's student senate (1949-1959)
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