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Creator:  Dahlstrand, Kate
Collection Title:  UGA Student Veterans Oral History Project 
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Creator:  Daniell, Robert G.
Collection Title:  Robert G. Daniell, Sr. Materials 
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Abstract:  The materials include a ballpoint pen used to sign the 12th Grade Bill in 1947, a photograph of E. D. Rivers, Robert G. Daniell, and Zed Kennimiel, and a VHS videocassette of 1989 Georgia Digest interviews with Herman Talmadge, Ernest Vandiver, and Carl Sanders.
Creator:  Daniels, Maurice
Collection Title:  Foot Soldier for Equal Justice: Horace T. Ward and the Desegregation of the University of Georgia Collection 
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Abstract:  Horace T. Ward: Desegregation of the University of Georgia, Civil Rights Advocacy, and Jurisprudence documents Horace Ward, the first African American to sue for admission to an all-white college or university in Georgia. The papers are mainly photocopies of transcripts from court cases, clippings, and correspondence from former University of Georgia law professor James J. Lenoir and Red and Black student editor Walter Lundy, both of whom resigned positions at the university due to the school’s resistance to desegregation. Specific court cases documented include Ward v. Regents of the University System of Georgia and Holmes v. Danner.
Creator:  Finding aid prepared by Mat Darby and Angelica Marini
Collection Title:  Georgia Disability History Archive 
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Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  George W. "Buddy" Darden, III, was born in Hancock County, Georgia, and served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 7th District from 1983-1995. The George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers Audiovisual Materials contain recordings documenting Darden's career as a U.S. Congressman. Included are copies of radio and television spots for Darden's campaigns, recordings of House floor proceedings, and recordings of appearances by Darden on public programming.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers: Collection Summary 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Darden's papers document his service in Congress and include constituent correspondence, legislative files, press files, speeches, and office files.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series I: Constituent Services 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series I: Constituent Services contains correspondence from Darden's constituents and his responses, as well as results from a survey he sent constituents about health care reform and office materials for keeping track of constituent mail.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series II: Legislative 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series II: Legislative documents Darden's committee service, legislation considered during his terms, and his voting record.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series III: Speeches and Press 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series III: Speeches and Press documents Darden's public statements and includes copies of speeches, press releases, newsletters, and newspaper clippings.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series IV: Political 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series IV: Political includes files about Darden's campaigns, the Democratic Party, correspondence with colleagues, the Seventh District of Georgia, and subject files.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series V: Personal 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series V: Personal includes Darden's daily schedules, general correspondence, biographical materials, and accepted invitations.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series VI: Office 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series VI. Office documents the administration of Darden's D.C. office and includes files on his finances, event and travel planning, staff, office policies, and subject files.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series VII: Photographs 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series VII: Photographs contains images of Darden during campaigns, at events, during visits to military bases, and with groups.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers, Series VIII: Artifacts 
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Abstract:  George (Buddy) Darden served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1995. Series VIII: Artifacts contains campaign memorabilia, Congressional commissions, models of military airplanes, cartoons, awards and certificates of appreciation, and office signs.
Creator:  Darden, George, 1943-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 035 Buddy Darden 
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Abstract:  Buddy Darden served as a U.S Representative from Georgia’s 7th district from 1983 to 1995, and previously served as a Georgia Representative and Cobb County district attorney. In this interview he discusses his early life and his political career, reflecting on his college years working for Senator Richard B. Russell, Jr., his campaigns for office, and his legislative career on the state and national level. He also shares his thoughts on several policy topics and recalls his relationships with political figures like Senator Russell, Carl Vinson, Tom Murphy, and Roy Barnes, while also giving insight to his personal and family life.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis: Collection Summary 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis was a lawyer and judge who served in the U.S. House from 1961 to 1974, including service on the House Administration Committee, House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Science and Astronautics Committee. Davis's papers document his political career and includes correspondence, legislative files, speech and press files, and campaign materials.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series I: Speech/Press Files 
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Abstract:  The John Davis Papers, Series I. Speech/Press Files consists of clippings; grant files; insertions in the Congressional Record; newsletters; radio scripts and tapes; press releases; and speeches, addresses and statements by Davis on various topics. Some of the topics include: techonology, fire research and safety, Interstate 75, Daylight Savings Time, Coosa-Alabama River System, Watergate and Nixon, National Science Foundation, Lockheed, and Vietnam.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series II: Political Campaigns 
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Abstract:  The John Davis Papers, Series II: Political Campaigns contains clippings, campaign files, and memorabilia documenting Davis' campaigns from 1954 to 1974.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series III: Personal 
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Abstract:  The John Davis Papers, Series III: Personal contains correspondence, invitations, thank you letters and other personal material.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series IV: Intra-Office 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series IV: Intra-Office files contains nine appointment books which record the hourly appointments (9:00-6:00) of Davis' Committee and Club meetings and his speaking engagements for 1961 to 1965 and 1970 to 1974. There are also two guests books.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series V: Legislative 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series V: Legislative is arranged by Congress and contains legislative material and correspondence for the 91st, 92nd, and 93rd Congresses (1979-1974). It contains Davis Bills from 1961 to 1974. Each Congress is arranged by House Committee followed by Davis's Committees (ones he served on) and Subcommittee followed by Davis's bills. Topics include Watergate, NASA, the National Science Foundation, fire research and training, metric hearings, energy, and the Panama Canal.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series VI: General File 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series VI: General File contains a variety of material and correspondence, reports, press releases, and grants especially in the early years. The General File, as well as, Legislative, reflect the increasing sophistication of Davis' filing system. In the years 1961 to 1968 (87th - 89th Congresses) General Correspondence-Subject Files includes legislative correspondence. The 1969 and 1970 material is filed together, as was 1971 and 1972. However, 1973 and 1974 were both filed separately (with the exception of the federal agencies and county files which were maintained together). Topics include roads and interstates (I-75), water resource management (Carters Dam and Coosa River), Lockheed Corporation, rural electrification, busing for integration and civil rights, county grants, housing, Medicare, and science and technology.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XI: Rivers, Harbors, and Watersheds 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XI: Rivers, Harbors, and Watersheds files contain correspondence, clippings, news releases, and Department of Agriculture reports on the federal watershed projects in the Seventh District. The file was maintained separately in Davis' office and therefore was kept as a distinct series, although the file is small and somewhat similar to folders found in Series VI. General File. The series is arranged alphabetically by name of project, then chronologically within each category.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XII: Seventh District Federal Funding 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XII: Seventh District Federal Funding files contain incoming and outgoing correspondence, notices, and lists of contacts regarding federal funding (from landfills to ballet projects) that Davis helped to obtain for the counties in his district from 1972 to 1974. These files represent a more complete set of records than is found in the "grants" portion of Series I. Speech-Press.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XIII: Office Administration 
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Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XIV: Technology Assessment 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XIV: Technology Assessment files contain documents that relate both to Davis's position on the Technology Assessment Board, while still in Congress, and his position in the Office of Technology Assessment, after leaving office in 1975. The series is arranged chronologically, latest date first.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XV: Scrapbooks 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XV: Scrapbooks contains two scrapbooks. They are filled with news clippings and photographs which detail Davis's political life in the 1960s. One book deals with the 1960 election exclusively, while the other deals with various events in the 1960s.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XVI: Artifacts and Memorabilia 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XVI: Artifacts and Memorabilia include campaign buttons, name tags, printing plates, license plates, and plaques.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XVII: Photographs 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XVII: Photographs consist of images of John W. Davis focusing primarily on his political career. The photographs contain images of Davis as a young man, lawyer, jurist, and politician. Contents of this series range from photographs of Davis at fundraisers, formal dinners, and at work on various congressional duties.
Creator:  Davis, John W., 1916-1992
Collection Title:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XVIII. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  John W. Davis Papers, Series XVIII. Audiovisual Materials includes one 16mm film, one phonodisc, 91 audiocassettes, 335 quarter-inch open reel audio tapes, and five two-inch video tapes, documenting campaign ads, speeches, press appearances, and policy-related media.
Creator:  Davison, Heidi.
Collection Title:  Heidi Davison Papers 
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Abstract:  The Heidi Davison Papers contain the papers of Heidi Davison, who served as Mayor of Athens, Georgia, from 2003-2011. The papers contain official paperwork, correspondence, and artifacts related to Athens-Clarke County Unified Government, the Mayor, and the Commission. The papers contain materials related to city planning and development, environmental and public health initiatives, and economic development.
Creator:  Deal, John Nathan, 1942-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 012 Nathan Deal 
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Abstract:  Nathan Deal worked as a lawyer, assistant district attorney and judge, before being elected to the Georgia State Senate in 1981. He served until 1993, and was president pro tempore in his last term. Deal was elected in 1992 as a Democrat to the U.S. Congress, but four months into his second term he switched to the Republican Party. He went on to win his first term as a Republican in 1996, and ran a successful campaign to become Governor of Georgia in 2010. In this interview Deal discusses his path into politics and describes how he came to change his party affiliation from Democrat to Republican in 1995, shortly after his reelection to the U.S. House of Representatives. Deal also elaborates on his positions regarding a number of issues, including immigration reform, U.S. foreign policy with Iraq and Afghanistan, social programs, tax policy, environmental issues, and global trade policies.
Creator:  Deen, Braswell D., 1925-
Collection Title:  Braswell D. Deen, Jr. Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of papers of Braswell D. Deen, Jr., lawyer, Georgia legislator (1951-1960), and Georgia appellate court judge (1965-1990). The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, photographs, printed material, and speeches. The materials document Deen's personal interests, his writing career, touch briefly on his tenure on the Georgia Court of Appeals and his actitivites as Carl Sanders' campaign manager (8th district) during the 1962 gubernatorial election, but mainly focus on Deen's interest in scientific creationism. The collection also contains correspondence, manuscripts, and poems of Deen's aunt, Annie Hartman Smith.
Creator:  Deen, Braswell D., 1893-1981.
Collection Title:  Braswell D. Deen, Sr. Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of materials dating from 1917-1984 of Braswell D. Deen, Sr. (1893-1981), editor and owner of Alma Times, United States Congressman, and director of the Georgia Department of Public Welfare. The papers include a manuscript written by his son, Braswell Deen, Jr., correspondence, manuscripts, thoughts, and poems written by Deen, newspaper clippings, speeches, photographs, and scrapbooks. The materials document Deen's 1932 campaign for U.S. House of Representatives in Georgia's Eighth District, his career as Director of Public Welfare, his interest in family genealogy, and his writings. There is also biogrpahical information on Deen.
Creator:  Dimitrova, Iva
Collection Title:  Athens Oral History Project, AOHP 020 Lora Smothers interviewed by Iva Dimitrova 
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Creator:  Dimitrova, Iva
Collection Title:  Athens Oral History Project, AOHP 021 Iliana Rodriguez interviewed by Iva Dimitrova 
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Creator:  Dixon, Harry Donival, 1925-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 093 Harry Dixon 
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Abstract:  Harry Donival Dixon entered U.S. Maritime Service and served in World War II in 1943. In 1963, he was elected as a Democrat to the Georgia House of Representatives. He served as chairman of the Regulated Beverages committee for 27 years, and rewrote many of Georgia’s liquor laws. Dixon served on the State Board of Transportation. He served in the Georgia House for 38 years. Dixon discusses his service in the war, several campaign experiences, and his time in the legislature.
Creator:  Doss, Sam
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 159 Sam Doss 
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Abstract:  Sam Doss was elected to the Georgia State Senate as a Democrat in 1968. In the legislature, he served on the Higher Education and Appropriations Committees. He was responsible for advocating for the legislation that led to the establishment of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in Macon, Georgia. In this interview, he talks about his childhood, his involvement with the Junior Chamber of Congress organization, and memories of his senate career.
Creator:  DuVall, Talmadge C., 1933-
Collection Title:  Talmadge C. DuVall Papers 
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Abstract:  The Talmadge C. DuVall Papers is comprised of papers, photographs, and audiovisual materials which document the career of Tal DuVall as an extension agent and then later on as a director for the Cooperative Extension Service at the University of Georgia. The papers also document his career as a Commissioner for the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government. DuVall became a part of the Cooperative Extension Service in 1956 as a county agent for Carrollton, Georgia. In 1965, he became the county agent for Clarke County and eventually rose to the position of district and then university extension agent. This collection is comprised of papers, photographs, and audiovisual material related to DuVall’s careers in Cooperative Extension and the Athens-Clarke County Unification Commission.