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Publications and Printing photographs

Identifier: UA-0004-0301

Scope and Content

This collection contains photographs from the Publications and Printing office, an auxiliary service offered by the University of West Georgia. These photographs depict various individuals including presidents, faculty, staff, students, alums, and friends; buildings and other locations on campus; the McIntosh Stone; campus signage; academic, cultural, and recreational activities; and academic departments. The collection contains drawings of campus buildings, a history of Pub & Print, certificates of appreciation, and an example of a certificate made by Pub & Print.


  • Around 1960s-1990s, 2014

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users; no restrictions

User Restrictions

As stipulated by U.S. copyright laws

Administrative History

Publications and Printing, now known as Pub & Print, first opened in 1965. Called Central Duplicating, it operated out of a second floor office in the old Administration building (later demolished). Faculty and staff produced their own copies on memo machines.

Having only three student assistants that ran the shop, Dr. Tracy Stallings made the decision to hire a manager in 1968 and hired Jimmy Drew who would become Pub & Print's first full-time employee (Drew retired in 1998). During this period, the operation expanded and in the late 1960s the office moved into the ground floor of the Martha Munro building. Several years later, Central Duplicating (together with Public Relations, now known as University Communications & Marketing) moved into the bottom floor of the Old Auditorium, which was formerly occupied by the Bookstore.

In the 1970s, a previously-used metal building was acquired and set it up in the current location of Pub & Print (east of the Humanities Building and south of Bowdon Hall). The Pub & Print office shared this building with ITS until the latter moved into Cobb Hall. By 2013, the print shop had begun to outgrow its space and the decision was made to expand and renovate the building to its current state (9,300 square feet and faced with brick and a glass-front lobby).

Pub & Print first operated under the direction of Alumni Services. Later, it was transferred administratively to the Office of University Advancement. In 2010, Pub & Print was transferred to the responsibility of the Vice President for Business and Finance with the print operation reporting to Auxiliary Enterprises. At this time, Pub & Print was given permission to market their services. As of 2019, Pub & Print offers the publication and printing of books, posters, wall art, bumper stickers, and more.


3.57 Linear feet (9 boxes)




Photographs from the Publications and Printing office, an auxiliary service offered by the University of West Georgia.


Organized into four series: 1. Buildings; 2. People; 3. Groups, Events, and Activites; 4. Addition.

Much of the collection is arranged alphabetically by file title.


Initial aquisition and an addition trransferred from Publications and Printing at unknown dates.

Related Materials

Publications and Printing Records, UA-0004-0302

Processed By

Processed by Jennifer Little in 2014; re-processed by Patricia Gerard, Candice Larson, and Carol Kensel, 2015-2016; and an addition made by Jennah Marston and Catherine Hendricks, April 2019.

Selected portions of this collection have been digitized and are available in the Special Collections research guide at

Guide to the Publications and Printing Photographs
Jennifer Little and Candice Larson
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
Script of description
Language of description note
Description is in English
Finding aid converted with funds from a UWG FY14 Presidential Assistance Grant.

Revision Statements

  • 2016: Re-processed by volunteers Patricia Gerard, Carol Kensel, and Candice Larson in 2016. Addition made by Jennah Marston and Catherine Hendricks in 2019.

Repository Details

Part of the University of West Georgia Special Collections Repository

Special Collections, Ingram Library
University of West Georgia
1601 Maple Street
Carrollton GA 30118-2000 United States