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UGA Public Relations VHS

UGA Public Relations VHS

Descriptive Summary

Title: UGA Public Relations VHS
Creator: University of Georgia. Office of Public Relations
Inclusive Dates: 1990s
Language: English
Extent: 0.5 Linear Feet (1 box)
Collection Number: UA0127
Repository: University of Georgia Archives

Collection Description

Historical Note

UGA's Public Affairs (formerly Public Relations) Division is the chief communications and marketing organization for the University of Georgia. The Division communicates the objectives, goals and priorities of the University of Georgia through information dissemination, media relations, publications, imaging and audio services, open records and visitors' services.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of seven 1990s era VHS tapes. These tapes document events that took place on the UGA campus during that decade. These events include the 1995 PAVAC Opening Ceremony with the UGA Symphony performing Beethoven and the 1996 Memorial Service for, long-time head of the School of Art, Lamar Dodd.


Administrative Information

Conditions governing access note

Though this collection is open for research, the audiovisual recordings are in their original format and do not have copies available for public use. One can make a request for a public use copy but the ability to convert an item is dependent upon the format and condition of the recording.

General Notes

RG 2-1-2


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Universities and colleges -- Georgia -- Administration.
Universities and colleges -- Georgia -- Athens.
University of Georgia
Video recordings.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
box
1Zell Miller/Alston Chair Ceremony and video of Platform Party on campus , 1998 July 29
 
1PAVAC Opening Ceremony UGA Symphony performs Beethoven , 1995 November 9
 
1Life Science groundbreaking and dedication, 1990s
 
1A Service of Memorial Celebration for William Lamar Dodd , 1996 September 23
 
1The University of Georgia: Georgia Center for Continuing Education, 1990s
 
1From generation to generation: SACS (a century of service), 1990s
 
1A century of service and outreach , 1996 October