• Heritage Unit News October 2020

      Sharrock, Renee; Christy, Maranda; Augusta University Libraries; University Libraries; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections (Augusta University, 2020-10-15)
      Greenblatt Library: The university record group RG07 - Medical College of Georgia. Reese Library: The ephemera record group of miscellaneous records.
    • Heritage Unit News September 2020

      Sharrock, Renee; Christy, Maranda; University Libraries; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections (Augusta University, 2020-09-10)
      Greenblatt Library: A set of photographs in the Alice F. Stewart Papers is one of the most intriguing of all the photographs in Historical Collections and Archives. Reese Library: The Cotton Exchange of Augusta, constructed in the 1880’s at the height of the cotton trade, is currently a branch of the Georgia Bank and Trust.
    • Heritage Unit News August 2020

      Christy, Maranda; University Libraries; Special Collections (Augusta University, 2020-08-13)
      Reese Library: The featured finding aid is “Augusta Fire Department records, 1879-1884″ (ARCHS 007) which describes records of late nineteenth century fires and associated property damage.
    • Heritage Unit News June 2020

      Miranda Christy; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 6/17/2020)
      Reese Library: One such object is a small bell which was given as a gift to attendees of the inauguration of Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel in April 2016. Greenblatt Library: A collection of pacemakers, implantable defibrillators (ICD), and patient transmitters in 1997.
    • Heritage Unit News June 2019

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 6/13/2019)
      Reese Library: a World War I Troop K military patch, which is a part of the Bailie family collections (MSS 001). Greenblatt Library: The Hamilton Manometer enabled Dr. Hamilton, Dr. Harry T. Harper, Jr., and Dr. Robert A. Woodbury to produce the first print recording ever made of blood pressure pulses in a human on January 30, 1935.
    • Heritage Unit News April 2020

      Miranda Christy; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 4/14/2020)
      Reese Library: Our institutional archives at Reese Library hold records related to the Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Within that collection (IA.01.001.002) are papers written for the classes of prolific historian Dr. Edward J. Cashin. Greenblatt Library: The record group RG04.02: Commencements consists of commencement programs and invitations for the legacy institution of the Health Sciences Campus. The earliest printed program in this collection is from 1845.
    • Heritage Unit News September 2019

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 9/19/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: The IMB 1620 was the first electronic computer used by the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus in 1962. Reese Library: A portrait by photographer Lewis Hanes of a group of young workers at Enterprise Mill in Augusta, Georgia.
    • Heritage Unit News March 2019

      Renee Sharrock; Kara Flynn; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 3/14/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: Photographs and RG18.02 Slides include images of current buildings and former campus buildings that are no longer standing. Reese Library: MSS 411, the Fred Parker Farrar glass plate negatives
    • Heritage Unit News October 2019

      Miranda Christy; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 10/17/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: RG12: Faculty Publications. This record group consists of journal reprints by faculty members of the Health Sciences Campus. Reese Library: IA/08/01/001, Augusta College Faculty Wives, 1967-1979. The collection contains different types of records, but mainly scrapbooks created by the Augusta Faculty Wives club.
    • Heritage Unit News November 2019

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 11/26/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: The Beeper was the official campus newspaper on the Health Sciences Campus (1980-2011). Reese Libraray: Phoenix magazine is a student-run publication of the Office of Student Life & Engagement and the Department of Communication 1994--).
    • Heritage Unit News July 2019

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 7/18/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: The book, Interesting Chemical Exercises in Qualitative Analysis for Ordinary Schools is by George W. Rains and published in 1880. Reese Library: An etiquette book entitled The Operative's Friend, and Defense: or Hints to Young Ladies, who are Dependent on Their Own Exertions by Rev. James Porter.
    • Heritage Unit News March 2020

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 3/13/2020)
      Greenblatt Library: Photograph of the former Faculty Pavilion that once stood where today's Critical Care Center stands as part of the Augusta University Medical Center. Reese Library: Part of the J. Louis Sayre personal papers (ARCHS 128), a collection dedicated to an Augusta musician and music teacher, is the photograph of the Augusta Community Orchestra, 1919, Directed by J. Louis Sayre.
    • Heritage Unit News January 2020

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 1/9/2020)
      Greenblatt Library: Books gifted to the library by Dr. Leslie Wilkes, William Hunter's Gravid Uterus and the four-volume plus atlas set The Works of John Hunter, F.R.S. John Hunter. Reese Library: The Knightly Legends of Wales, published in 1884, is a compilation of Arthurian legends.
    • Heritage Unit News May 2020

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 5/15/2020)
      Greenblatt Library: One of the smallest publication collections housed in the Historical Collections and Archives is The Medical Collegian. Reese Library: "Building Augusta and the central Savannah River area," one of several books published by the Augusta Chamber of Commerce available in Special Collections & Institutional Archives at Reese Library.
    • Heritage Unit News May 2019

      Kare Flynn; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 5/16/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: The Proceedings began in January 1951 and published quarterly by the MCG faculty. Reese Library: "A Guidebook to Augusta for the Handicapped." Published in 1967 by the Junior League of Augusta, this guidebook provides people with disabilities living in the Augusta area with information and instructions on how to access various public spaces, including: banks, cultural facilities, educational institutions, hotels, office buildings, religious institutions, and various public services.
    • Heritage Unit News April 2019

      Kare Flynn; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 4/18/2019)
      Reese Library: General Library includes the collection IA.15.01.02.005, Reese Library photograph albums, 1976-2006 Greenblatt Library: RG13 Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library.
    • Heritage Unit News June 2018

      Kare Flynn; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 6/15/2018)
      Reese Library: A seemingly plain wooden box that came to Reese Library as part of the Dillard and Vawter family papers. Greenblatt Library: The Sanborn Company's Twin Viso Recorder.
    • Heritage Unit News March 2018

      Renee Sharrock; Kara Flynn; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 3/15/2018)
      Reese Library: Ethel Turner Seago Welles photographs, dating to the 1890s-1920s, which features a number of portrait photographs and family photographs from local Augusta families. Greenblatt Library:Newton Building and the Old University Hospital.
    • Heritage Unit News February 2019

      Kare Flynn; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 2/14/2019)
      Reese Library: MSS 401, the Walker family papers. The Walker family was a prominent Augusta family during the 18 and 19 centuries, and the Walker family papers document the descendants of Freeman Walker (1780-1827), who was a U.S. senator and lawyer who moved to Augusta, Georgia in 1797. Greenblatt Library: The Student Lecture Notebooks (MSS020) is an assortment of handwritten notes recorded by students. Eighteen notebooks are contained in this manuscript collection and the majority of the notebooks belonged to Medical College of Georgia students.
    • Heritage Unit News February 2018

      Kare Flynn; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; University Libraries (Augusta University, 2/15/2018)
      Reese Library: Boykin Wright (1852-1932). Greenblatt Library: John Dunn Lane, Jr. graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 1927.