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The Purple and White is a monthly JSU student publication from the Edwardian period. The Library holds issues (with some gaps) from 1904-1914. The publication is varied, including newsletter information, literary works (poetry, short stories, reviews), as well as the types of information that would later be found in yearbooks, such as student lists and athletics coverage.
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Print copies of the Purple and White are housed in the Houston Cole Library Alabama Gallery. This issue was digitized from a copy loaned by Anniston-Calhoun County Public Library; Houston Cole Library does not own a physical copy.
Jacksonville State University, "Purple and White | March 1912 (v.1, no.4)" (1912). Purple & White. 16.