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Georgia State University's interdisciplinary, multimedia digital collections support the research and instructional needs of the GSU community. These collections provide centralized access to GSU's diverse inventory of legacy and teaching collections for purposes of instruction, scholarship, and archival preservation.

Digital Collections News

Volunteers needed for transcription project

The Digital Library Services department in GSU Library is seeking volunteers to transcribe video oral history interviews for a digitization and transcription project. The interviews relate to labor strikes that occurred across the American South in 1934. Most interviews are … Continue reading

Black History Month: Visualizing Black History

February 1stIn honor of Black History Month (February), the Google Art Project is hosting African-American historical image collections from over fifty collections and institutions, including curated exhibits and individual images from these institutions, among others: Schomburg Center for Research in Black … Continue reading

Southern Labor Archives Announces Newly Opened Collections

Anne_Francis_models_American_Federation_of_Labor_hosieryThe Southern Labor Archives has been busy processing collections over the last few years and thanks to our dedicated interns and graduate assistants, we’ve accomplished a lot (the collections listed here represent well over 1,000 linear feet of material!). Finding … Continue reading

Uprising of ’34 Interviews Now Available Online

As announced on this blog in June, GSU Library received a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to digitize, transcribe, and make available the audiovisual interviews that were produced during the making of the 1995 documentary The Uprising of ’34. … Continue reading

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