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Photo of the Week: Aerial of Unknown Georgia Town

  Can you identify this Georgia town?  If so, please leave a comment below.   Click on the image to zoom in.  This low oblique aerial photo shows a factory situated near the railroad tracks of an unidentified Georgia town. Aerial photographs … Continue reading

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Photo(s) of the Week: Unidentified Georgia City

Can you confirm where these photographs were taken?  This is a United States Highway motorcade sponsored by the Atlanta Journal newspaper.  Click on an image to zoom in.   Online photo sleuthing is one way archivists and other information seekers benefit from … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Unidentified Street Scene, Bainbridge, GA, 1950

Can you confirm the location of this unidentified Bainbridge, Georgia street scene which was photographed in 1950?  This photo has been identified as looking north on Broad Street from Shotwell Street.  Click on the image to zoom in. Online photo … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Unidentified Street Scene, Albany, GA, 1950

Can you confirm the location of this unidentified Albany, Georgia street scene which was photographed in 1950?  Click on the image to zoom in. Online photo sleuthing is one way archivists and other information seekers benefit from collaborative intelligence facilitated by Web 2.0 … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Unidentified Street Scene, Atlanta, 1946

Can you confirm the location of this unidentified Atlanta street scene which was photographed in 1946?  The building on the left is a Sherwin Williams Paint Company store and therefore it could be Gordon Street. Online photo sleuthing is one way … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Unidentified Intersection, Atlanta, 1966

Can you name this unidentified Atlanta intersection?  This photo was taken in 1966 for the Overnight Transportation Company located at 2427 Moreland Ave. Online photo sleuthing is one way archivists and other information seekers benefit from collaborative intelligence facilitated by Web 2.0 social … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Unidentified Resort Hotel

Can you name this unidentified resort hotel? It was taken about 1907 by C.J. French who was a surveyor in West Virginia and Virginia for the Norfolk and Western Railway. Online photo sleuthing is one way archivists and other information seekers benefit … Continue reading

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Sarah Steiner: NextGen Librarian 2009

This month, Lyrasis honored Georgia State University Learning Commons Librarian Sarah Steiner with the 2009 NextGen Librarian Award for Outreach. Lyrasis is a library network formed in 2009 after the merger of well-established library groups PALINET and SOLINET. It presents … Continue reading

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ticTOCs Journal Tables of Contents Service

ticTOCs Journal Tables of Contents Service is a free site that monitors over 12,000 scholarly journals to alert researchers to new items.  Readers can subscribe to be notified via e-mail, RSS, or many other formats whenever new issues of journals … Continue reading

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