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Creator:  Hollis Family
Collection Title:  Hollis Family Collection 
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Abstract:  The Hollis Family Collection is comprised of three artifacts including one quilt, one cast iron stove, and one cast iron wash pot used by members of the Hollis family from the 1930s to the 1940s. The collection was donated by Carole and Gerald Hollis whose family’s lived in Douglas County, Georgia during the 1930s and 1940s. The quilt, made partially from feed sacks in the 1930s, was donated to the Russell Library as part of the Rural Electrification Act Exhibit.
Creator:  Stovall family
Collection Title:  Stovall and McKay Family Papers 
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Abstract:  The Stovall and McKay Family Papers document Walter Louis and Alice Woodliff Stovall, and their children: Walter Louis, Jr., James Edwin, Mary Katherine, Sarah Elizabeth, Martha Woodliff, and George Woodliff. The majority of the collection is correspondence between the three girls and their parents and document their daily lives. Also, there are letters between George and his wife, Martha McKay, during his service in the Air Corps during World War II. A small amount of correspondence from George and Martha’s son, Walter L. Stovall III and his wife Charlayne Hunter (Gault) discuss their controversial biracial marriage and the birth of their daughter. The McKay papers belonged to Martha McKay and her brother Wright Judson McKay. The majority of her files are related to the Sub-Debs, a women’s civic club, established in 1934. There is also scrapbook about J. E. Mathis, McKay’s maternal grandfather.
Creator:  Russell family.
Collection Title:  Russell Family Collection, Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  Russell Family Collection, Audiovisual Materials document birthdays and family reunions of the Russell Family in Winder, Georgia. Also included is a copy of the short version of Richard Russell: A Georgia Giant on 16mm film.
Creator:  Fanning, John William, 1905-1997
Collection Title:  J. W. Fanning Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection is comprised primarily of papers which document the personal and professional life of J. W. Fanning, former Vice President of Services at the University of Georgia and namesake of the Fanning Institute located at the University of Georgia. The collection includes photocopies of Fanning's Bible study notes, The Business of Farming: Problems and Exercises in Determining Profits, Planning Operations, and Keeping Records written by Fanning, and a Fanning Institute fan with images of Dr. Fanning and Cora Lee Fanning. Also included in this collection are two scrapbooks compiled by Fanning’s family with photographs, clippings, correspondence, speeches, and program material documenting Fanning’s life and career.
Creator:  Breedlove Farm.
Collection Title:  Breedlove Farm Records 
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Abstract:  Breedlove Farm was located in Watkinsville, Oconee County, Georgia, and was owned and operated by William Henry Breedlove beginning in 1941. The records primarily document the ownership and use of the land and, to a lesser degree, the career and family of Breedlove himself, and includes ledgers, surveys, maps, deeds, certificates and commissions, printed materials, photographs, film, and digital files.
Creator:  Fennel, Ron.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 122 Ron Fennel 
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Abstract:  Ron Fennel has served in various political positions over his 33-year career, including two terms as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives, representing his hometown of Brunswick (1988-1992). While a member of the Legislature, he co-authored the Ethics in Government Act, River & Mountain Protection Act and Solid Waste Management Act. He discusses his time in the General Assembly, his friendship with Zell Miller, and his activities outside of politics.
Creator:  Winterville Marigold Festival.
Collection Title:  Winterville Marigold Festival Records 
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Abstract:  The Winterville Marigold Festival is an annual event held in Winterville, Clarke County, Georgia that started in 1971 to celebrate the community and raise funds for city improvement projects. The records consist of planning documents, promotional materials, scrapbooks, photographs, T-Shirts, posters, and digital files.
Creator:  Fields, Sadie
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 142 Sadie Fields 
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Abstract:  Sadie Fields is best known for her work for the Christian Coalition in Georgia. In this interview, Fields discusses her early years growing up in south Georgia and the formation of her interest in politics. She describes her experience working for the campaigns of John Knox and Guy Millner in their gubernatorial races in Georgia, as well as her work for Pat Buchanan during the 1996 presidential race. Fields also addresses her years as state director of the Christian Coalition and gives her thoughts on the role of religion in the public sphere.
Creator:  Fields, Ronnie.
Collection Title:  Ronnie Fields Collection of Herman E. Talmadge Letters to Moses Leff 
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Abstract:  The collection includes a series of eighteen personal letters from Herman Talmadge to the Honorable Moses Leff, ranging from January 8, 1964 to October 15, 1980. The letters consist of thank you notes for Leff’s attendance at Talmadge’s birthdays, as well as an announcement of a marriage in the Leff family. One letter from 1969 discusses H.R. 10567, which proposed inscribing “Justice,” “Mercy,” and “Humility” on the one dollar bill.
Creator:  Fite, Gilbert Courtland, 1918-
Collection Title:  Gilbert C. Fite Collection of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Research Files 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of oral histories and notes Dr. Gilbert C. Fite used in conducting research for the biography, Richard B. Russell, Jr., Senator from Georgia.
Creator:  Fitzpatrick, Duross
Collection Title:  Duross Fitzpatrick Papers 
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Abstract:  Duross Fitzpatrick (1934-2008) served as a United States District Judge for the Middle District of Georgia (1985-2001). His papers document his judicial career and his engagement with the broader legal community and includes correspondence, legal notes, clippings, oral histories, photographs, awards, and audiovisual materials.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers: Collection Summary 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. was a lawyer and a judge who served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1947 to 1948 and the U.S. House of Representatives from 1953 to 1978. Flynt's papers document his service in the U.S. House of Representatives and include constituent correspondence, legislative files, published materials, and campaign files.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series I: Departmental 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series I: Departmental relates to legislation and is divided into two subseries, A. Departments and B. Commissions. Departments include all executive departments, which make up the President's cabinet. Files consist of constituent correspondence, reports, and press releases. Commissions consist of executive and congressional commissions and boards. Materials found in this subseries consist of correspondence, reports, newsletters, and directories.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series II: Flood Control 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series II: Flood Control is divided into four subseries corresponding to the four major water projects, Flint River, Russell Dam, West Point Dam, and General. This series includes project files, clippings, maps, and reports documenting Satilla River, Ocmulgee River, Coosa-Alabama River, Chattahoochee River, Cedar Creek River, Alcovy River, Spewrell Bluff, and others.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series III: General 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series III: General is divided into two subseries: A. Miscellaneous, General and Individual correspondence and B. Subject files. These files contain background information on legislation, daily office activities, constituent inquiries, as well as various groups and activities. Files consist of correspondence, speeches, reports, news releases, clippings, and photographs. The majority of the papers date from the early sixties to the late seventies. The early years of this series, 1954 to 1962, coincide with Flynt's Departmental series, which date from 1963 to 1978. The researcher will need to consult the other portion of this collection to gain a more complete understanding of the congressman's work with legislation relating to the executive departments and commissions.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series IV: Intra-Office 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series IV: Intra-Office consists of mail logs, appointment books and address cards. These were materials used in the Washington office on a daily basis.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series IX. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series IX. Audiovisual Materials includes one Umatic videocassette from 1978, four 16mm films including a film of Flynt with President Kennedy in 1962, and one quarter-inch open reel audio tape from 1966.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series V: Legislative 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series V: Legislative consists of Congressional Record remarks, voting records, constituent correspondence, clippings, party correspondence, and copies of legislation. These files document Flynt's activities on the Appropriations Committee and Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Topics include Taft-Hartley, civil rights, integration of schools, foriegn aid, labor and minimum wage, education, taxation, and Watergate. There is some overlap with similar topics in the General series.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series VI: County Files 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series VI: County Files consists of correspondence, published materials, and reports documenting projects in various counties.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series VII: Politics 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series VII: Politics include files regarding political opponents, events, campaigns, and conventions. National party policy statements are an important part of the years when elections occur. The 1960 Kennedy-Johnson election is especially extensive and includes transcripts from the Kennedy-Nixon debates. Local elections include district correspondence, voter lists, financial statements, press releases, in the years they occur. Correspondence includes letters from Senators Talmadge, Kennedy, Kefauver, Humphrey; Representatives Johnson and Vinson; Governors Arnall, Sanders, Vandiver, Stephenson of Illinois and national figures like Ty Cobb, former President Harry Truman, are scattered throughout the series, especially after 1960.
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series VIII: Personal 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series VIII: Personal contains material and correspondence of a personal nature including bills, contributions from Flynt, football tickets, and Christmas lists. This series also contains files which were removed from county files as they were marked "personal".
Creator:  Flynt, John James, 1914-2007
Collection Title:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series X: Photographs 
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Abstract:  John James Flynt, Jr. Papers, Series X: Photographs includes images of Flynt at various events and documents the flooding in West Point, Georgia in the late 1950s.
Creator:  Forrester, Elijah Lewis (Tic), 1896-1970.
Collection Title:  E. L. (Tic) Forrester Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of personal and political papers of E. L. Forrester from 1920 to 1970. Includes law practice client case files (1920-1969); House of Representative subject files containing information on the Dawson Peanut Laboratory, civil rights, and the House Judiciary Committee (1950-1964); personal files containing correspondence, military, civic, and religious activities, and Civil War research (1918-1970); speech files containing notes, outlines, and drafts (1926-1970); and political files containing election campaign materials. Of particular interest are records relating to his involvement as prosecuting attorney in a 1949 civil rights case involving Rosa Lee Ingram.
Creator:  Foster, John Charles, 1934-
Collection Title:  John C. Foster, Sr. Papers 
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Abstract:  The John C. Foster, Sr. Papers contain materials related to his time in office as a Georgia State Senator from 1975 to 1993. Senator Foster represented the Fiftieth District in North Georgia. The John C. Foster, Sr. Papers include constituent correspondence and issue mail, bill files, news clippings, speeches, campaign and political files, and photographs and artifacts.
Creator:  Foster, John Charles, 1934-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 047 John C. Foster 
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Abstract:  John Charles Foster was elected to the Georgia Senate as a Democrat in 1974. He served as chairman of the Education Committee during his entire tenure in the senate. Under Governor Joe Frank Harris, Foster sponsored the Quality Basic Education Act for the equal funding of both urban and rural schools. Foster comments on his experience as a state Senator, extensively discussing education policy and politics from the local to the national level (including No Child Left Behind, testing as an evaluative tool, vouchers, and pre-k programs). Foster discusses his interactions with other legislators, Democratic party politics, and politicians' relationships with minorities and labor unions.
Creator:  Georgia Public Policy Foundation
Collection Title:  Georgia Public Policy Foundation Records 
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Abstract:  The Georgia Public Policy Foundation, established in 1991, is a non-profit organization dedicated to conducting scholarly research and analysis of state public policy issues and working to educate citizens, policy-makers and the media. The Foundation hosts events each year throughout the state that allow members to meet and discuss issues with political, education, media and business leaders. Past speakers include the President of the United States, U.S. Speaker of the House, Supreme Court Justices, U.S. senators, representatives, presidential candidates, ambassadors, state officials, governors, members of the national media and area business leaders. The collection is comprised of a variety of printed matter created by the Research and Public Relations Departments.
Creator:  Georgia Public Policy Foundation
Collection Title:  Georgia Public Policy Foundation Records, Series II. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  Georgia Public Policy Foundation Records, Series II. Audiovisual Materials includes 105 audiocassettes, three Umatic videocassettes, and 83 VHS videocassettes documenting the Foundation's Leadership Breakfasts, as well as other panels, talks, and awards programs featuring Georgia's political leaders.
Creator:  Richard B. Russell Foundation.
Collection Title:  Richard B. Russell Statue Dedication Materials 
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Abstract:  The Richard B. Russell Statue Dedication Materials document the dedication on January 24, 1996, of the Russell statue that stands in the Richard B. Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. The materials include photographs, clippings, a certificate, a speech and related correspondence.
Creator:  Fowler, William Wyche, 1940-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 062 Wyche Fowler 
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Abstract:  William Wyche Fowler was elected to the Atlanta city council in 1975, and eventually became president of the council. Upon Andrew Young’s resignation, Fowler won a special election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1977. He served on the Ways and Means Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee. Fowler was also appointed as a charter member of the Intelligence Committee, and was involved with the Boland Amendment. In 1986, he was elected to the U.S. Senate as a Democrat, defeating incumbent Republican Mack Mattingly. From 1996 to 2001, he served as ambassador to Saudi Arabia under President Bill Clinton. Fowler discusses his early work with Charles Weltner, his time as an Atlanta city councilman, his experience as a legislator in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate, and his appointment as ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
Creator:  Freshley, Dwight L., Jr., 1924-
Collection Title:  Dwight L. Freshley Research Files 
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Abstract:  Dwight L. Freshley is Emeritus Professor of Speech Communication at the University of Georgia and the author or editor of numerous books and publications, including Voice of Georgia: Speeches of Richard B. Russell, 1928-1969. His collection includes correspondence, notes, annotated copies of select speeches by Richard B. Russell, and an audiocassette interview.
Creator:  Friend, Edwin Hugo (Ed), Sr.
Collection Title:  Ed Friend Visual Materials 
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Abstract:  This photograph collection contains black and white photographic prints, negatives, slides, and 16-mm film. There are numerous photographs related to Friend's service in the South Pacific during World War II, nature and wildlife in Georgia, Georgia politicians and his travels around the United States and the world. Of special interest is a film Friend shot in 1958 of the a two day seminar held at the Highlander Folk School in Monteagle, Tennessee, which was attended by Martin Luther King, Jr, Rosa Parks and others. The collection also contains personal files with images and articles about his life.
Creator:  Fullerton, Martha (Marti) Plemmons, 1943-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 141 Marti Fullerton 
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Abstract:  Martha (Marti) Plemmons Fullerton was born on January 13, 1942, in Murphy, N.C. She attending Young Harris College and Florida State University. Fullerton held various positions in the Bowdoin Commission from 1963 to 1999. She also served on the Constitutional Revision Committee and as an aide in the State Senate. Fullerton has also worked in the Lieutenant Governor's office and the Governor's office. In 1998 she was appointed Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Labor by Governor Zell Miller. Fullerton discusses her friendship with Zell Miller, her experience in politics, and her appointment to Labor Commissioner.
Creator:  Fuqua, John Brooks (J.B.), 1918-2006
Collection Title:  J. B. Fuqua Public Service Papers 
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Abstract:  The J.B. Fuqua Public Service Papers detail the political career of self-made businessman and philanthropist, J.B. Fuqua. Fuqua was born and raised in Prince Edward County, Virginia before settling in Augusta, Georgia with his family. His primary business was ownership of WJBF television and radio stations. Fuqua became involved with politics in 1957 when he was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives for Richmond County where he served four terms. During his tenure as a politician, Fuqua was responsible for helping Carl Sanders become elected as governor in 1962 and also served as a member of the Democratic National Convention Committee in 1964. The collection includes papers detailing Fuqua’s involvement with the Georgia Democratic Party, photographs, campaign memorabilia, and audiovisual materials.
Creator:  Fuqua, John Brooks (J.B.), 1918-2006
Collection Title:  J. B. Fuqua Public Service Papers, Audiovisual Materials 
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