The Hargrett Library, a leading repository on Georgia history and culture, holds 200,000 volumes in its
rare book and Georgiana collections, 6 million pages of historical manuscripts and photographs, along with
maps, broadsides, and UGA archives and records. Other areas of emphasis include performing arts and
natural history. Holdings date from the 15th century to the present. Visit us at the Russell Special Collections Library Building.
120,000 rare and small press books and broadsides.
Many listed in the GIL@Hargrett catalog
Six million original documents and images on Georgia and other topics.
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Comprehensive collection of published works on Georgia.
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Preserves two centuries of UGA history.
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Approximately 1,500 historical maps 1500s-1900s.
Historical Maps Database
Promotes appropriate handling of UGA records.
To recognize Georgia’s writers, past and present, whose work reflects the character of the state - its land and its people.
...representing the ideals of a racially just society.
On display through Summer 2013.