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Georgia State University. College of Business Administration

 Organization

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Business Administration, College of

 Unprocessed — Box: Small Collections 2
Identifier: G-1995-27
Dates: 1956

Consumer Research Center records

 Collection
Identifier: G1975-22

Mikhail Gorbachev Visit, December 4, 1999

 Item — Box: SC AV 3
Identifier: G-2000-05
Scope and Contents of the Collection From the Collection: The University Audio-visual/artifacts Collection consists of photographs, sound recordings, audio-visual materials, artifacts and textiles, separated from the Georgia State University Archives and housed together for preservation purposes.
Dates: December 4, 1999

Press Conference Naming the College for J. Mack Robinson, September 9, 1998

 Item — Box: SC AV 7
Identifier: G1999-05
Scope and Contents of the Collection From the Collection: The University Audio-visual/artifacts Collection consists of photographs, sound recordings, audio-visual materials, artifacts and textiles, separated from the Georgia State University Archives and housed together for preservation purposes.
Dates: September 9, 1998

Richard M. Forbes papers

 Collection
Identifier: G1990-50
Scope and Contents of the Papers Richard M. Forbes papers, 1956-1980, include reading files, records related to Georgia State University's self-study reports, material regarding the Real Estate Department and School of Urban Life, and reports and studies about Atlanta planning.
Dates: 1956-1980

University Archives printed collection

 Collection
Identifier: G-printed
Scope and Contents of the Collection The Georgia State University Archives printed collection documents the history and development of Georgia State University (GSU) from the 1930s to the present. Official publications, reports, periodicals, ephemera, marketing materials, student publications, and other printed materials comprise the collection. The printed collection includes items from GSU's existence as Georgia Tech's Evening Scool of Commerce (1914-33), the University System of Georgia's Evening School (1933-35) and Atlanta...
Dates: 1926-