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Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections
Museums, Galleries and Archives (Local and County Historical Societies, Museums, and Archives)
Inside Odum Library on the Valdosta State University campus is the William H. Mobley IV Reading Room. Here, the public can access the university's Archives and Special Collections. This library offers small exhibits, digital resources, and one-of-a-kind books and original primary sources related to regional history and chronicles the history of VSU from its establishment in 1913 as a normal college for women to the present.
The archives are located in Odum Library on the VSU campus
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Odum Library 1500 N. Patterson St.
Valdosta, GA 31698
Monday - Thursday