Skidaway Institute of Oceanography collection of architectural drawings
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Skidaway Institute of Oceanography collection of architectural drawings

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.
Title: Skidaway Institute of Oceanography collection of architectural drawings
Dates: 1977-1982
Extent: 1.0 cubic feet (1 roll)
Identification: MS 2298

Biographical/Historical Note

The Skidaway Institute of Oceanography is a multidisciplinary research institution within the University System of Georgia and is located on a 700 acre campus on Skidaway Island, sixteen miles southeast of Savannah, Georgia. The Skidaway Institute of Oceanography was created in 1967 by a commission of the Georgia General Assembly and was given the mandate to conduct research in all fields of oceanography and marine sciences. In 1971, the Institute was transferred to the University System to serve as a base of operations and central facility for marine interests within the University System.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains architectural drawings of various buildings in Savannah, Georgia from 1977-1982 as well as an undated drawing. These drawings feature the following buildings and plans for Savannah, Georgia: the Central of Georgia passenger terminal, the Broughton Street Revitalization Project, 101-125 West Duffy Street, and an unidentified Gwinnett Street address.


Index Terms

Architectural drawings (visual works)
Historic buildings--Georgia--Savannah.

Administrative Information

Processing Information

This collection is processed at the Basic Level (or collection level). There is no detailed inventory for this collection as it is not fully processed. To request that this collection be added to our priority list of collections to be fully processed as staffing and funding allow, please contact the Library and Archives staff.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2008 Archives-Basic Projects grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.