|Title:||Georgia Entomological Society archives|
|Quantity:||1.2 Linear feet (3 document boxes)|
The object and purpose of the Society is to foster entomological accomplishments among its members and to promote the welfare of the entire State of Georgia through the encouragement of: association and free discussion among all entomologists; the preparation, reading, and publication of papers; the dissemination of entomological information to the general public; the cooperative production of a statewide insect survey; publication of the "Journal of Entomological Science." - from Constitution of the Georgia Entomological Society, Inc. The Society provides a focal point for entomologists through the dissemination of results of original research, ideas and accomplishments in technology transfer, and information on entomology and entomologists, through its annual meeting and the Journal of Entomological Science. Annual meetings are held at sites throughout Georgia where entomologists and scientists in related fields convene and are given the opportunity to present papers and posters. --- Georgia Entomological Society website - Object and Purpose http://www.ent.uga.edu/ges/ges_object_purpose.htm (Retrieved November 19, 2009)
The collection consists of archives of the Georgia Entomological Society from the years 1937 through 2001. Items included are programs, minutes and journal reports from the annual meetings of the Georgia Entomological Society.
Arranged by record type.
Georgia Entomological Society archives. MS 3288. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.