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Orphism and Coronavirus-inspired Designs

Identifier: KSU-40-05-006
Content Description

For this ART 1100 (2-D Design and Color Theory) assignment from the Spring 2020 semester, Senior Lecturer of Art Donna Colebeck instructed students to create 2-D designs inspired by the Orphism movement and the coronavirus. This document includes designs and artist statements from contributing students.

Dates: 2020

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. administrative records, 1990-2013

Identifier: KSU-42-05-001
Content Description

The records consist of administrative papers, publications, mixed materials, and various ephemera from the Lifelong Learning Center and its predecessor office, Adult and Commuter Student Affairs, which is part of the College of Continuing and Professional Education. The records contain information about programs and projects that took place between 1990 and 2013. The majority of the records are in paper form and include a few artifacts as well as compact discs.

Dates: 1990-2013

Pamphlet Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RB-09
Scope and Contents

This collection contains a variety of rare literary pieces and publications in pamphlet form. Materials range in date from 1864 and 1992 and cover a wide variety of historical literary subjects, including the Civil War, the Harlem Renaissance, Georgia history, and Jewish history. Notable writers in this collection include Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Joel Chandler Harris, Richard Wright, Maya Angelou, and Jack London.

Dates: 1864-1992

Pavesic Restaurant History and Reference Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RB-07
Scope and Contents The Pavesic Restaurant History and Reference Collection chiefly consists of publications containing training courses from the Lewis Hotel Training School, later renamed the Lewis Hotel-Motel Training School, and located in Washington, D.C. The training courses consist of various lessons, about 52 in total, which were provided for enrolled students of the school. Other mateials include sound discs (vinyl) containing lessons and interviews, pamphlets, advertisement clippings and postcard, and...
Dates: circa 1920s-1969

Permanent Art Collection. records, 1997-1999

Identifier: KSU-40-05-004
Content Description

This collection consists of insurance appraisals made of the Kennesaw State University permanent art collection in March 1999 by appraiser Paul Edward Sternberg, Sr. of Marietta, Georgia. There are 228 individual works of art (paintings, graphic images, drawings, etchings, sculptures, and more) appraised in this collection, as well as 17 images of artwork located in the office of the Jolley Lodge as of September 1997.

Dates: 1997-1999

Phi Beta Kappa. files

 Collection — other: File Folder
Identifier: KSU-25-03-001

Piano player roll, circa 1900

Identifier: RB-03-04
Content Description

12.5"x 2" cardboard box labeled "Duo-Art, The Orchestrelle Co., London;" contains one piano player roll with song: "March Mignon, Op. 15, No. 2, Dainty March. Poldini, played by Robert Armbruster." undated, circa 1900.

Dates: circa 1900

Pickens County Historical Society Collection, 1822-2018

Identifier: SC-P-001
Content Description

This collection contains records of the Pickens Historical Society (formerly the Marble Valley Historical Society). It consists of books and other bound volumes, court and local government documents, financial records, photographs, publications, maps and posters, artifacts and ephemera. The records relate to local history, genealogy, the preservation of historic buildings and cemeteries, and law enforcement.

Dates: 1822-2018

Public Relations. Faculty and staff newsletter, 1963-1995.

Identifier: SP-29-01-002
Scope and Contents

Faculty and staff bulletins and newsletters printed by the Office of Public Relations at Southern Technical Institute (later Southern College of Technology) between 1963 and 1995. The original publication was a bulletin titled "Intercom," which was printed between 1963 and 1977. This was followed by a newsletter titled "Buzzin' Around" which ran from 1979 to 1983, and was retitled "Around Campus" in 1983.

Dates: 1963-1995

Public Relations. Southern Polytechnic State University: The Magazine, 2006-2013

Identifier: SP-29-01-001
Scope and Contents

Publication of the Public Relations Department of Southern Polytechnic State University. Includes articles relating to campus growth, academics, university development, athletics, university history and traditions, student experience, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Dates: 2006-2013

Publications. Technician's Log, 1949-1997

Identifier: SP-51-02

The Technician's Log is an annual yearbook published by student staff with a faculty advisor for Southern Polytechnic State University. It was published from 1949 (v.1) to 1997 (v.48).


Yearbooks are arranged by format and chronologically by publication year.

Dates: 1949-1997

Publications. The Sting, 1948-2016

Identifier: SP-51-04
Content Description The Sting was the Southern Polytechnic State University’s (SPSU) student news publication from 1948 to 2016. The first issue, originally called The Technician, was published in September 1948. The publication has undergone several name changes: The Engineering Technician (beginning with the issue of February 20, 1964); Whatsizname? (beginning with the issue of...
Dates: 1948-2016

Norman J. Radow Collection, 1964-1965

Identifier: SC-R-002
Content Description

The Norman J. Radow Collection consists of two engineering drawings related to the Apollo project, dated 1964-1965. The copies are possibly diazo prints, and were sent to Paul Radow (Norman's father), from the Otis Elevator Company, where he worked as an engineer and led the design team on creating the elevator system for the Apollo project. Also included is the envelope in which the drawings were sent.

Dates: 1964-1965

Rare Book Collection

Identifier: RB-08
Scope and Contents

The Rare Book Collection is an artificial collection consisting chiefly of new acquisitions in the Bentley Rare Book Museum. The items include bibliographic information, plus other information relevant to the mission and collecting scope of the museum. The collection was created in March 2018, and new items will be added as catalogued and/or received by the repository. Additionally, the finding aid will be updated to reflect the new additions.

Dates: Publication: circa 1517-2017

Rare book collections temporary housing

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: temp

Renewing American Civilization course controversy, 1992-1996

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: KSU-21-04
Content Description The Renewing American Civilization Course Controversy Collection contains documents gathered as part of and relating to the legal case concerning Congressman Newt Gingrich, the course he taught at Kennesaw State College (now Kennesaw State University) in 1993 called "Renewing American Civilization," and the handling of monies related to the course by the KSU Foundation. Materials includes correspondence, memorandums, business and financial records, newspaper clippings, course description and...
Dates: 1992-1996; Majority of material found in 1993

Robert L. Steed, articles and correspondence, 1985-1988

Identifier: SC-S-007
Content Description

This collection consists of 37 humorous writings submitted by Robert L. Steed to the Atlanta Constitution, Peachtree Papers, Atlanta Weekly, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and the Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia. They are included with attached correspondence from 1985-1988 between Robert L. Steed and the editors of said papers.

Dates: June 1985-August 1988

Ron Matson Papers

Identifier: KSU-46-01-001
Content Description

Materials were donated by Ron Matson who served as Assistant Chair/Chair of the Department of Biology and Physics, as interim Dean of the Collee of Science and Mathematics, and as co-chair over several Consolidation Working Groups. These documents cover various portions of these three distinct areas.

Dates: 2002-2014

Samuel S. Olens. fourth presidential investiture, 2016

Identifier: KSU-03-05-01
Content Description

This collection consists of two (2) copies of the program from the October 19, 2016 Investiture Ceremony of Kennesaw State University's fourth president, Samuel L. Olens. (The date printed on both programs is a typo. The investiture did indeed happen in 2016, not 2017)

Dates: 2016 October 19

Save Acworth History Foundation Collection, 1840-2018

Identifier: SC-A-003
Content Description

This collection consists of one series: Images of Acworth, Georgia, 1800s-2000. The digital images in this collection were collected by the Save Acworth History Foundation and are held by the City of Acworth, Georgia.

Dates: 1840-2018

Philip L. Secrist Papers, 1988-1993

Identifier: SC-S-001
Content Description

The collection represents the work of Dr. Secrist as Cobb County Commissioner from 1988-1992.

Dates: 1988-1993

Separation of the Southern Technical Institute from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Identifier: SP-06-08
Scope and Contents

Bound volume containing copies of correspondence, memoranda, reports, committee minutes, and other materials relating to the separation of the Southern Technical Institute from the Georgia Institute of Technology between 1975 and 1979. In these records, faculty and administrators discuss organizational challenges as well as funding, staffing, facilities, and other issues faced by STI while a unit of Georgia Tech and during the separation process.

Dates: 1975-1979

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. records, 1967-2007

Identifier: KSU-100
Content Description

This collection contains reaffirmation materials as it pertains to re-accreditation of Kennesaw State University throughout the years 1967-2007 by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The materials include reports, responses, correspondence, memoranda, and more.

Dates: 1967-2007

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). records, 1968-2009

 Collection — Box: 1-2
Identifier: SP-96-01
Content Description

This collection contains reaffirmation materials as it pertains to re-accreditation of Southern Polytechnic State University throughout the years 1968-2009 by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The materials include reports, responses, correspondence, memoranda, and more.

Dates: 1968-2009

Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI) Records, 1973-2016

Identifier: SC-S-006
Content Description The records consist of materials related to the administration and operation of the nonprofit organization, Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI). The records date from circa 1973 to 2016, and include files related to multiple artists and scholars associated with the organization; materials related to the annual conferences from SGCI, as well as those from SESAC (Southeastern College Art Conference); materials related to various exhibitions, chiefly organized or co-organized by...
Dates: circa 1973-2016

Southern Technical Institute. Affirmative Action plans.

Identifier: SP-06-09
Scope and Contents

Affirmative action plans for Southern Technical Institute dating from 1983 to 1993.

Dates: 1983-1993

Southern Voice newspaper collection, 1988-2010

Identifier: SC-S-005

The newspapers are arranged chronologically by publication date.

Dates: 1988-2010

Special Education materials, 1942-1974

Identifier: RB-03-01
Content Description

This collection includes written papers, photocopied articles, and booklets pertaining to special education practices and policies in mid-century America. There are four distinct series within the collection- 1. Negro Education, 2. General Learning Disabilities and Education, 3. Learning Disabilites and Environmental Allergens, 4. Mrs. Alida F. Rose, school papers.

Dates: 1942-1974

SPSU Institutional Planning and Assessment records

Identifier: SP-06-10
Scope and Contents Institutional planning and assessment summaries for Southern Polytechnic State University dating from 1997 to 2000. These documents were used by SPSU to develop its operational plan for the academic year. Each institutional planning summary includes planning information relating to institutional operations, the President's office, Academic Affairs, Advancement, Business and Finance, Student and Enrollment Services, and Information Technology, as well as the annual report for the previous...
Dates: 1997-2000

Staff Senate. Administrators Council records, 2015-2016

 Collection — other: ks-04-03 Admin Council
Identifier: KSU-04-03-001

The collection consists of administrative records for the Kennesaw State University Administrators Council, including founding documents and agendas and meeting minutes.


Records are arranged in series by document type and then chronologically,

Dates: 2015-2016; Other: Date acquired: 2016-09-28

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