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George Stanton--Muscogee County School Board Collection

Identifier: MC 95

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of the files of George Stanton relating to the Muscogee County School Board during the era of desegregation, and includes reports, evaluations, complaints and general correspondence. The first box is processed, the remaining four are unprocessed.


  • 1949-1988

Biographical / Historical

George Stanton began his career at Columbus State University in 1969 when it was Columbus College. He was a professor of biology and ecology. He served as the Dean of College of Science and chair of the Department of Biology. He was appointed to the Muscogee County School Board and served ten years. In 1976 he was named Outstanding Young Man by the Jaycees. He established Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center. Dr. Stanton retired in 2009 as Vice-President of Academic Affairs. Dr. Stanton is a native of Muncie, Pennsylvania, graduated from Bucknell University and received his doctorate from the University of Maine.


2.25 Linear Feet (3 boxes)

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Repository Details

Part of the Columbus State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

4225 University Ave
Columbus Georgia 31907 United States