The bulk of our archives are kept safely at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA, and are available for viewing by the public there, but we also maintain our own small archives room on the farm, right next to our museum. It’s full of photographs, newsletters, letters, albums of newspaper articles, meeting minutes and reports, humorous in-house publications, and other treasures from the history of Koinonia.
If you have historical materials (or copies of materials) relating to Koinonia or Clarence Jordan, and you would like to share them with us, please let us know! New materials, if accepted, are gratefully received, processed and placed in the archives.
Researchers, journalists, students, and others are welcome to visit Koinonia and peruse our museum, bookstore, and archives. (Of course, you are welcome to a guided farm tour and some good Southern cooking too.) Please see our Visit Koinonia page to make reservations.
For more ideas of where to find Koinonia history, visit our main History page.