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What was life like at Armstrong during the War years?

How did life at Armstrong change during the war years?  Examine documents found here to collect evidence of what life was like for students and faculty at Armstrong.and faculty during the War. Choose from pre-war (1935-1939), during the War (1939-1945) and after the War (1945-1950s) documents.

What did students/faculty think of the war? How did the war change their lives?  How did Armstrong contribute to the war effort? How did the war impact Armstrong?

Armstrong's Home Front in Pctures

The Inkwell, 1935-

The Inkwell is Armstrong's student newspaper, continuously published since September 1935. Few sources provide as much information about life at Armstrong over the years than our student newspaper. 

Keyword search the Inkwell in the Georgia Southern Commons. Limit your search to the War years.  What keywords might be useful for this research? Recall it wasn't called World War Two yet!

Welcome to your University Archives

Explore some of the treasures from Armstrong's archives on the pages of this guide.  The Geechee, Armstrong's yearbook, The Inkwell, Armstrong's student newspaper and photographs are popular sources for Armstrong's story. Also digitized here are documents kept behind locked doors and in boxes, for safe keeping. Letters, programs describing a much anticipated play or event and carefully written minutes of meetings document life at Armstrong during the War years.    

Materials in Archives and Special Collections are unique, rare, and historically significant. And often selected items are available in digital format. Armstrong has digitized the The Geechee, our college annual, published from 1938-1995. It is free for all to view on the Internet Archive. We are in the process of digit zing The Inkwell. Other documents were selected for this project,  Armstrong during World War II.