Ex Libris Gift Shop
The University of Georgia Libraries has developed several gift items to help support our fund-raising efforts. Proceeds from sales on this site, with the exception of UGA Press books and Georgia Review subscriptions, benefit the University of Georgia Libraries. Support your University and give your recipients a cherished present!
Deck the Halls with Bulldogs!Price: $15 per set
Spread some red and black Christmas cheer by sending one of these cute little Bulldog pups to your favorite UGA fan. UGA Reference Librarian and graphic artist Diane Trap has created a line of Christmas cards that can be transformed into Christmas tree ornaments! Trim away the edges, thread a hanger through the top, and voilà, you have an ornament!
Cards come in sets of 8 (two of each design) with envelopes, featuring Bulldog Bow, Gingerbread Dog, Santa Pup, and Mistletoe Kiss.
Variety ShowPrice: $15 per set
Want to send a congratulatory card or “just thinking of you” note to a fellow Bulldog fan? Why not send an adorable Bulldog puppy to deliver your message for you!
Featuring 8 adorable designs and accompanying envelopes, there’s a card for every occasion: thinking of you, happy birthday, encouragement, congratulations, new baby, get well, wedding, and thank you.
Books for Gift Giving -- or to Keep for Yourself!
Since its founding in 1938, the primary mission of the University of Georgia Press has been to support and enhance the University’s place as a major research institution by publishing outstanding works of scholarship and literature by scholars and writers throughout the world. With a full-time staff of 24 publishing professionals, the Press currently publishes 75-80 new books a year and has 1000 titles in print.
In 2008 the Press received the Governor’s Award in the Humanities “for enriching the life of the humanities through a distinguished record of publications, for serving as an important resource to libraries and other community discussion groups, and for building partnerships that contribute to enlightened communities of readers in Georgia and the nation.”
Visit the University of Georgia Press web site for more information or to request a catalog.
Give the Gift of Great Literature!1 year (4 issues) only $35
Founded at the University of Georgia in 1947 and published there ever since, The Georgia Review has become one of America’s most highly regarded journals of arts and letters. Each quarterly issue offers a diverse, thoughtfully orchestrated gathering of short stories, general-interest essays, poems, reviews, and visual art.
Visit The Georgia Review's web site for more information about the award winning artists and writers and for great subscription offers!
Video - Ben Epps: The Legacy of Georgia's First Aviator
Documentary Film - Running time: 26 minutes, $19.95
Read more about Ben Epps in our Beyond the Pages newsletter
Centennial of Flight in Georgia Notecards
The images on the notecards are from the Benjamin T. Epps, Sr. collection in the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Set includes 2 cards of each image.
Before Scarlett: Childhood Writings of Margaret Mitchell
The cenentenary birthday of Margaret Mitchell was celebrated by the release of this volume, consisting of short stories, fairy tales, journal entries, essays, and a one-act play, written when Mitchell was ages eight to seventeen.
Bygone Era Boxed Note Cards
These four images of the Arch are from the 1940s-1970s. Two cards of each picture.
Black and white.
The University of Georgia Arch nightlight
Uga and the Arch nightlight
University of Georgia Magnets
UGA under the Arch: $7.00
Vintage Post Card
Sanford Stadium vintage post card, circa 1930s. 400 of these were discovered and made available only to the UGA Libraries, to be used to raise money for our collections.
Approx. 5.5 x 3.5, $5
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