World War II maps from the UGA Map Library
Like many large academic map collections, the UGA Map Library has a substantial number of World War II-era maps in its collection, including Army Map Service maps, captured maps and propaganda maps. Many of these maps were collected by UGA during the war; many more were given to UGA by the government as surplus after the war. The maps displayed in the SLC’s first floor display cases are reproductions of maps from their collections.
The UGA Map Library is one of the largest academic map collections in the country. Their holdings include maps and atlases from all over the world, aerial photography of the State of Georgia, digital spatial data, and reference materials. For further information about the UGA Map Library please visit their Web site: http://www.libs.uga.edu/maproom/.
Summer Reading from SLC Librarians
Across from the staircase on the first floor, get some summer reading inspiration with picks from the Student Learning Center’s librarians.
UGA and Georgia Books
Heading out the second floor near Jittery Joe’s, see what UGA faculty, staff, and alumni have written about our beloved state of Georgia.