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October 2010
Georgia Library Quarterly;Fall2010, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p24
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The article announces the availability of the papers of Irvine S. Ingram, West Georgia College president from 1933 to 1960, for research in Ingram Library's Annie Belle Weaver Special Collections at the University of West Georgia campus in Carrollton. The papers reportedly contain information on the educator and the 20th century development of higher education in the state. It is stated that Ingram was a Methodist and a Democrat who developed a program for rural and adult education and pushed for the four-year degree program.


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