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This is the homepage of archvies and special collections at Lewis Library. From this page you can discover digitized archives, collections, and past and current exhibits, as well as information about archives and special collections mission and history.
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Archives FAQs

What are our hours?

  • The Suber Archives and Special Collections is open Monday-Friday, from 8-5, but it's always good to call first since we have a small staff.  Our number is 706-880-8995 and please feel free to leave a message.

Do I need to make an appointment?

  • If you have a specific request it is helpful to let us know at least 3 days in advance so if we need to do research or locate something in the stacks, we can have it waiting for you when you come in.  

Where are we located?  

  • We are located in the lower level of the Lewis Library at LaGrange College at 601 Broad Street, LaGrange, Georgia.

Can I check out materials?

  • Since most of our documents are unique, the stacks of the Suber Archives are closed to the public and cannot be checked out.   You will need to submit a request form at least three days in advance so that we can pull the materials you want to see and have them available when you arrive.  

Can I photograph or scan documents and is there a charge?  

  • The staff will scan up to 10 images at no charge.  There is a fee over 10 copies and since our server is not able to handle large numbers of files, will be sent to you  on a CD which you must purchase from the College to ensure that there are no computer viruses.  Please check with an archivist for additional details. 

Are there special rules when using  the Archives? 

  • Our holdings must be used in the Reading Room  during our regular hours.
  • Researchers using archives or manuscript collections must Sign in with the Archives. 
  • Only items needed to take notes are allowed in the Reading Room. Use pencils only. Laptop computers are allowed.
  • Food and beverages are not permitted in the Reading Room.
  • Place other personal property in the lockers.  Practice cell phone courtesy by turning off your ringer and taking calls outside the Reading Room.
  • To prevent the mistaken interfiling of documents, researchers may use only one box from a collection at a time. Open only one folder at a time and please keep items in the order you find them.
  • Materials must be handled carefully. All materials must be used flat on the table. Do not make any marks on materials or affix extraneous items such as Post-It notes. No books, papers, or other objects (except special weights used to hold materials flat) may be laid upon materials. 

 What is a Finding Aid?

  • A Finding Aid is a tool that contains detailed information about what sort of information is in a specific collection and assists the researcher to determine if the contents will be useful and relevant to their topic.  Not all collections have a detailed Finding Aid or Inventory but as processing continues, more will be posted on line so you can see if if the collection contains material relevant to your research.

 

 

Forms

If you need to request a document or photograph, please complete this form in advance so we can have your files ready for you when you come.

Useful Links

  • Troup County Archives
    The website allows researchers to browse the archives holdings in addition to viewing some photographs. However, a visit is necessary to view artifacts and documents.

    Troup County Archives is located at
    136 Main Street in LaGrange.

    Its hours are:
    9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    1st and 3rd Saturdays of Month:
    10 a.m. to 4 p.m
  • The New Georgia Encyclopedia
    Gives information about LaGrange and confines as well as a good history of LaGrange College
  • LaGrange College Alumni Association
    The LaGrange College Alumni Association has its own Facebok page and you can keep track of your friends and other acquaintances.
 

Blogs

The Lewis Library staff regularly writes and posts blogs on its home page. To go to a blog related to the Suber Archives and Special Collections, click on the links below.

Iconic Smith Hall

Suber Archives visits Hilltop News

The Annotated Cat (Sort of)

From Pecans to the Dinner Table

Visit from Terry Kay

The Scroll

Christmas on Campus

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