Digital Collection Highlight: Digitized Pandoras, 1965-1974

Photograph, UGA students protesting against the Vietnam War on campus, 1968

Photograph, UGA students protesting against the Vietnam War on campus, 1968

Pandora, 1968

Pandora, the University of Georgia’s yearbook, has been published nearly every year since 1886, serving as a rich source of institutional and social history that has traced the growth and development of the country’s first state-chartered university. Through a partnership between the Hargrett Library, University Archives, and the Digital Library of Georgia, yearbooks that document campus life, students and faculty, clubs, and other events from 1965 to 1974 have been digitized, allowing free online access to a publication that documents the years following desegregation and the first social movements for Black students, women’s liberation, gay liberation, and campus free speech as they manifested themselves on the UGA campus.

These editions are now available at https://dlg.usg.edu/collection/dlg_pandora.

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Digital Collection Highlight: Digitized Pandoras, 1965-1974