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Creator:  Lambert, Christine Davis
Collection Title:  Christine D. Lambert Papers 
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Abstract:  This collection documents the public activities of Christine D. Lambert, wife of E. Roy Lambert, former senator and legislator of Georgia. This collection includes various records which recognize the activities and accomplishments of Christine Lambert such as: certificates of achievement and recognition, clippings from The Morgan County Citizen, and photographs of Christine and Roy Lambert at various events with different politicians from Georgia.
Creator:  Lambert, Ezekiel Roy, 1925-2008
Collection Title:  E. Roy Lambert Papers 
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Abstract:  The E. Roy Lambert Papers documents the life and career of the state senator and long-time representative from Madison, Georgia. Lambert served two terms as a state senator and served in the House of Representatives from 1965 until his retirement from politics in 1985. The collection includes papers which document Lambert’s political and legal career. This collection also includes personal and political photographs of Lambert as well as campaign memorabilia.
Creator:  Lambert, Ezekiel Roy, 1925-2008
Collection Title:  E. Roy Lambert Papers 
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Abstract:  The E. Roy Lambert Papers documents the life and career of the state senator and long-time representative from Madison, Georgia. Lambert served two terms as a state senator and served in the House of Representatives from 1965 until his retirement from politics in 1985. The collection includes papers which document Lambert’s political and legal career. This collection also includes personal and political photographs of Lambert as well as campaign memorabilia.
Creator:  Lambert, Ezekiel Roy, 1925-2008
Collection Title:  E. Roy Lambert Papers, Series VI. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  E. Roy Lambert Papers, Series VI. Audiovisual Materials includes one DVD, two microcassettes, and one VHS videocassette.
Creator:  Lance, Bert, 1931-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 011 Bert Lance 
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Abstract:  Bert Lance was Georgia’s highway director during Jimmy Carter’s term as governor. He ran an unsuccessful campaign to succeed Carter as governor in 1974. In 1976, Lance began his term as president of the National Bank of Georgia and became director of the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) during Carter’s presidency. In this interview, Lance discusses his early memories of Georgia politics, the development of the interstate highway system in the state, and government reorganization. He also talks about his loss to George Busbee in the 1974 gubernatorial election and his working relationship with Jimmy Carter throughout Carter's governorship and presidency.
Creator:  Lane, Fran
Collection Title:  Goin' Back: Remembering UGA Oral History Collection 
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Creator:  Lanham, Henderson Lovelace, 1888-1957.
Collection Title:  Henderson Lanham Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of the papers of Henderson L. Lanham from his service in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1947 to 1957. Includes subject files, correspondence, legislative files, case files, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, and political campaign material. The bulk of the materials document Lanham's activities with the House Committees on Public Works, Foreign Affairs, Expenditures in the Executive Departments, and its Special Subcommittee investigating the Veterans Administration. There is also a small amount of personal material.
Creator:  Lanham, Henderson Lovelace, 1888-1957.
Collection Title:  Henderson Lanham Papers, Series X. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  Henderson Lanham Papers, Series X. Audiovisual Materials contains 18 8mm films and six quarter-inch open reel audio tapes. The films are home movies dating to the late 1940s and 1950s, and include footage of the 1949 Georgia vs. Georgia Tech football game, Washington, D.C.'s cherry blossoms, and the inauguration of President Eisenhower, as well as other subjects. The audio reels are copies of a recording featuring Congressman Lanham dated August 28, 1957.
Creator:  Lardner, Walt, 1931-
Collection Title:  Walt Lardner Collection of Jimmy Carter Editorial Cartoons 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of original ink drawn, editorial cartoons by Walt Lardner from 1976 to 1980. Created for a South Carolina newspaper, the cartoons depict issues surrounding Jimmy Carter and his term as President including the energy crises, welfare reform and Carter’s relationship with Congress. Other personalities depicted by the cartoons include Burt Lance, Herman Talmadge, and Israeli Prime Minister Begin.
Creator:  LaRoche, Lemuel
Collection Title:  Athens Oral History Project, AOHP 007 Lemuel LaRoche (Life the Griot) and Alexander Stephens 
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Abstract:  Lemuel LaRoche, also known as a LIFE The Griot, is a poet, community activist, and founder of the Athens non-profit, Chess and Community. He grew up in New York, and moved to Georgia where he attended Gordon College and later transferred to the University of Georgia. In this interview, LaRoche talks about his upbringing and early influences, his experience of the intersection between race and education, his decision to study social work at the master’s level, and his growing involvement in community engagement in Athens. He discusses Dreaded Mindz and Chess and Community, two community engagement initiatives he helped to spearhead. He discusses social conditioning, structural issues that affect the African-American community in Athens, and the relationship between the University of Georgia and the community. He reflects on fatherhood and working towards creating a better future.
Creator:  Disability Law and Policy Center of Georgia.
Collection Title:  Disability Law and Policy Center of Georgia Records 
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Abstract:  The Disability Law and Policy Center (DLPC) of Georgia is a non-profit organization that advocates and litigates for community services, independent living, and broad and systemic disability rights related issues. The records include documentation of DLPC’s policies and priorities, grant-funded activities and programs, and personnel files.
Creator:  University of Georgia. School of Law
Collection Title:  Georgia Public Official Portraits 
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Abstract:  This collection is comprised of eleven 8x10” triptych color portraits in 10 ½ x12 ½” gold frames of University of Georgia School of Law alumni who have served prominent roles in modern Georgia politics such as: Richard B. Russell, Jr., Herman Talmadge, S. Ernest Vandiver, and Carl E. Sanders.
Creator:  Lawson, Roger H., 1913-1982.
Collection Title:  Roger H. Lawson Press Releases 
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Abstract:  The file contains press releases issued by former State Highway Board Chairman Roger Lawson during his unsuccessful bid for Georgia governor in 1958.
Creator:  Lee, William J., 1925-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 082 Bill Lee 
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Abstract:  William J. “Bill” Lee was elected as a Democrat to the Georgia House of Representatives in 1956. He continued to serve for forty-two years, making his the longest uninterrupted tenure in the house by any representative until tying with Tom Murphy in 2002. As a state representative, he served as chairman of the Rules Committee and of the House Democratic Caucus. In 1998, he declined to run again, and worked as an aide to Speaker Tom Murphy. In 2002, Murphy was defeated, and Lee retired from politics. Lee discusses his time in legislature, comments on many historic events that occurred during his time in the state House of Representatives, and discusses party politics in Georgia.
Creator:  Legette, Roy
Collection Title:  Music Teachers Stories Collection 
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Creator:  Leonard, Earl T., Jr.
Collection Title:  Earl T. Leonard, Jr. Collection of Richard B. Russell Materials 
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Abstract:  Earl T. Leonard, Jr., served as press secretary for Senator Richard B. Russell, a board member of the Richard B. Russell Foundation, and an executive with the Coca-Cola Company. His collection documents Leonard's personal and professional relationship with Senator Russell and contains correspondence, clippings and photographs.
Creator:  Leonard, Earl T., Jr.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 001 Bruce Russell and Earl Leonard on Richard B. Russell, Jr. 
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Abstract:  In this interview Bruce Russell and Earl Leonard discuss Richard B. Russell, Jr. Bruce Russell is the nephew of Richard B. Russell, Jr., and has worked as a school teacher, lawyer, and judge in various parts of north Georgia. Earl Leonard served as Senator Russell's press secretary in Washington, D.C., retired from the Coca-Cola Company as senior vice president for corporate affairs, and served on various boards and foundations at the University of Georgia, including the University of Georgia Foundation and the Richard B. Russell Foundation.
Creator:  Levitas, Elliott Harris, 1930-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 042 Elliott Levitas 
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Abstract:  Elliot Levitas was elected as a Democrat to the Georgia House of Representatives in 1964 and later served as a U.S. Representative from Georgia's 4th congressional district. In this interview he talks about his long career in politics, including the seating of Julian Bond, the gubernatorial appointment of Lester Maddox, and the independent election of the speaker of the house. He also recalls chairing the State Planning and Community Affairs Committee, serving as a member of the Judiciary Committee, and sponsoring the Chattahoochee Bill, which sought to protect the river from pollution and development.
Creator:  Lewis, Helen M., 1924-
Collection Title:  Helen M. Lewis Collection of James V. Carmichael Campaign Material 
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Abstract:  The collection contains materials relating to James V. Carmichael’s 1946 race for governor of Georgia. The bulk of the collection consists of promotional materials and leaflets for Carmichael, including a pamphlet outlining his campaign platform, as well as letters and clippings about the campaign and candidates. The collection also includes letters addressed to Helen M. Lewis regarding the race and a report by Lewis on her experience working for Carmichael’s campaign.
Creator:  Lewis, Helen M., 1924-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 049 Helen Lewis 
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Abstract:  Helen Lewis was born in Cumming, Georgia, in 1924 and spent most of her career as an educator and activist for civil rights and social justice. Lewis discusses her student activism at Georgia State College for Women in the 1940s. In particular, she focuses on her work with the Student League for Good Government supporting progressive Democrat Jimmy Carmichael in Georgia's 1946 gubernatorial race and her civil rights advocacy with the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA). She also discusses her career teaching and addressing issues of labor, poverty, and education across the Appalachian region.
Creator:  Lewis, John, 1940 Feb. 21-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 139 John Lewis 
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Abstract:  John Lewis is best known for his civil rights activism in the 1960s and, since 1986, his work as a U.S. Representative. In this interview John Lewis discusses his early years in rural Alabama and his work as a civil rights leader and U.S. Representative. He covers his early activism and education in non-violence in Nashville as a student of Fisk University's American Baptist Theological Seminary, his participitation in the Freedom Rides, and his work organizing demonstrations as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). He discusses his relationships with other civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King, Jr., Hosea Williams, and James Lawson, and his involvment with sit-ins and marches, including his experiences being assaulted and jailed. He also gives details about his experience in the famous march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965.
Creator:  Long, Beverly Benson
Collection Title:  Beverly Benson Long Papers 
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Abstract:  Beverly Benson Long (1920-2015) served in state, national and international organizations as a mental health professional and advocate. Her papers document her extensive work and career in the mental health field and include correspondence, internal reports, papers, newsletters, memos, conference proceedings, and commission and board meeting materials.
Creator:  Lovett, Billy
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 145 Billy Lovett 
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Abstract:  Billy Lovett is a former Lawrence County Comissioner, member of the State Public Service Commission, candidate for Governor, and businessmen in Atlanta. Lovett discusses hsi work in the Public Service Commissioner, his campaign for Governor, and the role of party politics in Georgia.
Creator:  Lundy, Walter, 1933-
Collection Title:  Walter A. Lundy Files, Red and Black (Fall 1953) Integration Issue Papers 
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Abstract:  The Walter A. Lundy Files, Red and Black (Fall 1953) Integration Issue Papers consist of correspondence, clippings and printed materials. The materials document the response on both local and national levels to the dispute between Walter Lundy and Bill Shipp, editor and managing editor of the Red and Black, the student paper of the University of Georgia, and the Board of Regents of the University System led by Roy V. Harris. The debate concerned Lundy and Shipp's statements in two editorial columns advocating the end of racial segregation in Georgia's public schools. The majority of the correspondents support Lundy and Shipp for their position on segregation while others who do not favor the editors' proposals, decry efforts by Harris and the University of Georgia to proscribe the newspaper's control over its editorial content. Many of the letters and newsclipping come from other student newspapers across the country.