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  • Collection: Photographs

LBGPF4-027b.jpg
One woman and one man standing in front of the main entrance to the UGA Atlanta Division building at 24 Ivy Street

LBGPF4-027a.jpg
One woman and one man stand outside the main entrance to UGA's Atlanta Division building at 24 Ivy Street. The neon sign for the school is also visible.

LBGPF4-029a.jpg
Neon sign on the top of the UGA's Atlanta Division building at 24 Ivy Street

Kell_Hall_Patio_Overlooking_Sparks_Hall_and_Student_Center_Construction.jpg
Man sitting on the patio attached to Kell Hall overlooking the parking lot between Sparks and Kell. The Student Activities Building is visible and under construction.

Ivy_Street_Building.jpg
Workers breaking through the concrete floors to insert staircases

Students_in_Ivy_Street_Building.jpg
Students walking down a ramp in the Ivy Street building. In the background, a sign reads "101A TO 104A" with an arrow.

Student_queue_in_Kell_Hall_1976.jpg
Students gather around the service window on lower 2nd floor junction with the ramp to the 1st floor of Kell Hall.

Kell_Hall_interior.jpg
Students walking on the upper 1st floor of Kell Hall

Georgia_State_College_Kell_Hall_dedication.jpg
Dr. Noah Langdale and Mrs. H. D. Rumble, daughter of Wayne S. Kell, at the dedication of Kell Hall in 1964.

Blue_Key_Book_Exchange.jpg
Students gather outside the Blue Key Book Exchange and refectory on lower 1st floor of Kell Hall.

Art_Student.jpg
Pat Pierce, an art student, paints a portrait of an unknown model on the rooftop of the Ivy Street Building.

Atlanta_Division_Transportation_ROTC_Unit_color_guard.jpg
ROTC Color Guard on rooftop of Ivy Street Building

Bowling_at_Indian_Creek_Lodge.jpg
A man bowls while a woman watches. The photograph is mislabeled as Indian Creek Lodge, but the windows indicate that the bowling lane is in Kell Hall. Other sources suggest it was located on the 6th floor.
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