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Creator:  Sams, Gary
Collection Title:  Armour v. Nix Case Files 
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Abstract:  Armour v. Nix, litigated from 1972 to 1980, challenged school segregation in the metropolitan Atlanta area. The case files include depositions, compliance reports, correspondence, and research on factors influencing racial patterns in housing, the use of busing to desegregate schools, and population changes in metropolitan areas.
Creator:  Sams, Gary
Collection Title:  DeKalb County School Desegregation Case Files 
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Abstract:  The DeKalb County School Desegregation Case Files document the work of the law firm Weekes & Candler defending the DeKalb County Schools in litigation over school desegregation from 1968 to 1997. The files document the progression of the case from the perspective of the defendants, the demographic makeup of students and to a lesser extent all of DeKalb County during this period, and the evolution of school desegregation case law. The majority of the files are pleadings, exhibits, and data about the school system, as well as other kinds of legal documents, research, and correspondence. Common subjects include attendance boundaries, the DeKalb County Schools policies and procedures, enrollment numbers of students including race, the quality of education, and statistics about teachers and staff.
Creator:  Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
Collection Title:  Carl E. Sanders Papers 
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Abstract:  The Carl E. Sanders Papers documents his gubernatorial term (1963-1967), gubernatorial campaigns and, to a lesser extent his political activities after leaving office. Materials consist of correspondence, campaign material, speeches, press releases, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
Creator:  Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
Collection Title:  Carl E. Sanders Papers, Series XV. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  Carl E. Sanders Papers, Series XV. Audiovisual Materials includes an extensive collection of 16mm films as well as video and audio resources. Subseries A. Campaign films documents his 1970 run for governor, Subseries B. Gubernatorial documents Sanders governorship, 1963-1967, and Subseries C. Associated Audiovisual Resources brings together interviews and speeches by Sanders not directly related to his term as, or campaign for, governor.
Creator:  Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-10 Carl Sanders and Norman Underwood on George Busbee 
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Abstract:  Carl Sanders served in the Georgia House of Representatives and Senate and served as governor of Georgia from 1963-1967. Norman Underwood was a partner in Sanders’ law firm Troutman Sanders, LLP, in 1973, managed George Busbee’s campaign for governor, and became Busbee’s executive secretary in 1975. In this video Sanders and Underwood discuss George Busbee’s career as governor of Georgia from 1975 to 1983, commenting on his hard work, popularity, and the amendment to the Georgia Constitution that allowed him to serve two consecutive terms.
Creator:  Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 005 Carl Sanders 
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Abstract:  Carl Sanders served as governor from 1963 to 1967 and had a successful law career with his firm Troutman Sanders, LLC. In this interview, Sanders discusses his rise to governor of Georgia, the 1970 gubernatorial race, and his career after politics.
Creator:  Sanders, Betty Bird Foy, 1926-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 048 Betty Sanders 
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Abstract:  Betty Bird Foy Sanders met Carl Sanders at the University of Georgia, and they married in 1947. When he entered politics, Betty campaigned with him, and they moved to Atlanta when Carl was elected governor in 1962. Sanders discusses raising two children, helping to develop the new governor's mansion, and entertaining many renowned politicians and business leaders. She also discusses helping to create the Georgia Council of Arts and her love of hats.
Creator:  Schaefer, Nancy Isabelle Smith, 1936-2010.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 022 Nancy Schaefer 
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Abstract:  Nancy Schaefer served as a Republican senator for Georgia's 50th district from 2004 to 2008. She presided over Family Concerns, Inc., a conservative religious group. In this interview, Schaefer discusses her early years in Clayton, Georgia, and her service as a state senator representing parts of northeast Georgia. She focuses on her efforts to reform Child Protective Services and her work representing the organizations Family Concerns and the Southern Baptist Convention to the United Nations. She also addresses her run for mayor of Atlanta, her campaigns for lieutenant governor, and her run for Congress. Other topics include the rise of Republicanism in Georgia and a variety of social issues.
Creator:  Schanche, Don, Jr.
Collection Title:  Don Schanche, Jr. Papers 
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Abstract:  Don Schanche, Jr. is a journalist who has written for many Georgia newspapers. His papers document his investigative work on state hospitals and his coverage of disability issues throughout the state.
Creator:  Schoenbaum, Thomas J.
Collection Title:  Thomas J. Schoenbaum Collection of Dean Rusk Files 
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Abstract:  The Thomas J. Schoenbaum Files consists of research materials collected for use by Dr. Schoenbaum in writing a book on Dean Rusk. They deal mainly with Mr. Rusk's service as a Secretary of State in the administrations of Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, 1961-1969.
Creator:  Shaw, Bob.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 118 Bob Shaw 
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Abstract:  Robert J. Shaw was born on August 21, 1929, in Bronwood, Georgia. He attending Georgia Tech and Georgia State before enlisting in the Air Force in 1950. Shaw has served as the Chariman of the Development Authority of Fulton County as well as being an active member in the Republican Party of Georgia. He unsuccessfully ran for State Senate in 1964. Shaw discusses his activities with the Republican party and comments on legislative matters and public policy.
Creator:  Shepard, Charles W.
Collection Title:  Charles W. Shepard Letter 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of a copy of a letter from Senator Russell to Charles W. Shepard concerning the Vietnam War.
Creator:  Shipp, Bill, 1933-
Collection Title:  Bill Shipp Papers 
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Abstract:  Bill Shipp, a prize-winning reporter and editor, has covered Southern politics and government for three decades. He is president and CEO of Word Merchants, a publishing company. The collection consists of columns and newsletters that document Shipp’s writing and editing. These articles focus on government and politics on the local, state, and national level.
Creator:  Shipp, Bill, 1933-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 004 Bill Shipp 
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Abstract:  William “Bill” Shipp worked as a journalist in Georgia for fifty years. Shipp began his career as managing editor of the University of Georgia’s Red and Black newspaper. In 1956 Shipp began to write for the Atlanta Constitution, covering topics such as the civil rights movement, the space program, and numerous political campaigns and leaders in Georgia. In this interview, Shipp discusses the role of the media in politics, including its effect on public opinion and its influence on elections.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Bob Short Audiovisual Materials Collection 
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Abstract:  Bob Short is a journalist and writer who has been closely involved with Georgia politics since the 1950s. The audiovisual materials in his collection include films documenting Marvin Griffin's tenure as governor in the 1950s, Griffin's 1962 gubernatorial campaign against Carl Sanders, recordings documenting the States' Rights Councin in Georgia in the 1950s, and "A Visit with the Governor," a series of weekly addresses by then-Gov. Jimmy Carter that were recorded for broadcast in 1973-75.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection 
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Abstract:  The Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection consists of interviews with politically prominent Georgians conducted by Bob Short since 2007. Interviewees include former governors, members of both the U.S. and Georgia Congresses, secretaries of state, lobbyists, journalists, lawyers, activists, and relatives of prominent politicians. Included with these oral histories are a few public programs recorded at Young Harris College in 2006-2007. Most interviews were recorded in the homes and offices of interviewees or in the Bob Short Oral History Studio at the University of Georgia. The conversations cover many topics at the intersection of politics and public life in modern Georgia, with a particular strength in gubernatorial contests, the Civil Rights movement, reapportionment, the development of Atlanta, the rise of the Republican party in Georgia, political journalism, and the interaction between religion and politics.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-01 Bob Short on Lester Maddox 
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Abstract:  In this interview Bob Short discusses Lester Maddox. Short coordinated the campaign of Jimmy Carter when Carter ran for governor of Georgia in 1966, and then worked as press secretary for Carter's opponent in that race, Governor Lester Maddox, in 1967 and 1968.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-04 Bob Short 
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Abstract:  Bob Short worked in various capacities in the administrations of Georgia governors Marvin Griffin, Ernest Vandiver, and Carl Sanders, served as the coordinator for President Jimmy Carter’s 1966 campaign for governor of Georgia, and was press secretary for Governor Lester Maddox in 1967 and 1968. Short discusses his early life, his political career, and the changes in Georgia politics that developed in the 1950s and 1960s.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-05 Bob Short 
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Abstract:  Bob Short worked in various capacities in the administrations of Georgia governors Marvin Griffin, Ernest Vandiver, and Carl Sanders, served as the coordinator for President Jimmy Carter’s 1966 campaign for governor of Georgia, and was press secretary for Governor Lester Maddox in 1967 and 1968. Short discusses his experience working for Carter and Maddox, and his federal role as the Regional Director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-07 Bob Short on the three governors controversy 
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Abstract:  In this interview Bob Short discusses the Three Governors Controversy. Short worked in various capacities in the administrations of Georgia governors Marvin Griffin, Ernest Vandiver, and Carl Sanders, served as the coordinator for President Jimmy Carter’s 1966 campaign for governor of Georgia, and was press secretary for Governor Lester Maddox in 1967 and 1968.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-08 Bob Short on the 1962 gubernatorial race 
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Abstract:  Bob Short worked in various capacities in the administrations of Georgia governors Marvin Griffin, Ernest Vandiver, and Carl Sanders, served as the coordinator for President Jimmy Carter’s 1966 campaign for governor of Georgia, and was press secretary for Governor Lester Maddox in 1967 and 1968. In this interview, Short discusses the 1962 Georgia gubernatorial election and the effect of the end of the county unit system on its outcome.
Creator:  Short, Charles Robert, 1932-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 000-09 Bob Short on the Herman Talmadge-Zell Miller Debates 
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Abstract:  Bob Short worked in various capacities in the administrations of Georgia governors Marvin Griffin, Ernest Vandiver, and Carl Sanders, served as the coordinator for President Jimmy Carter’s 1966 campaign for governor of Georgia, and was press secretary for Governor Lester Maddox in 1967 and 1968. In this video Short discusses the legacy and importance of political debates in the U.S. and in Georgia, including the Lincoln-Douglas debates, the Nixon-Kennedy debates, and Georgia’s Talmadge-Miller debates.
Creator:  Sibley, John Adams, 1888-1986.
Collection Title:  John A. Sibley Speech 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of one transcript of a speech made by John A. Sibley on WSB radio (Atlanta, Ga.) on September 12, 1932. The speech was in support of Richard B. Russell, Jr.'s senatorial campaign.
Creator:  Smith, Clara E., 1897-1989.
Collection Title:  Clara Smith Collection of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Materials 
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Creator:  Smith, Eleanor, 1943-
Collection Title:  Eleanor Smith Papers 
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Abstract:  Eleanor Smith founded and directed Concrete Change, an Atlanta-based, national organization focused on establishing home construction practices that welcome people with disabilities. The papers document her work to create visitable homes, in a move towards universal basic access, as well as her activism across a wide range of disability rights and justice issues.
Creator:  Smith, George Leon, 1912-1973.
Collection Title:  George L. Smith II Papers 
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Abstract:  The George L. Smith II Papers span the dates 1943 to 1974, covering most of his twenty-nine year term as the representative from Emanuel County in the Georgia House of Representatives. The bulk of the papers represent Smith's second tenure as Speaker of the House of Representatives (1967-1973).
Creator:  Smith, Hoke, 1855-1931.
Collection Title:  Hoke Smith Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of personal and political papers of Hoke Smith, lawyer, politician, U.S. Senator, from 1879-1931. Includes subject files (1892-1930), correspondence, (1898-1930), letterbooks (1879-1921), newsclippings (1890-1928), ledgers, and printed materials. The records document his legal career as well as some of his political activities. Documentation of the Georgia genbernatorial election of 1926, the Tacna Arica Dispute, War Risk insurance, his senate campaign in 1920, concerns regarding the Cherokee Indians, railroads, and African-American appointments are represented.
Creator:  Smith, George T. (George Thornwell), 1916-2010.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 074 George T. Smith 
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Abstract:  George T. Smith joined the U.S. Navy in 1940 and after two years was placed on the Naval Land Force Equipment Depot. He left the military in 1945 and returned home. In 1948, he graduated from the University of Georgia Law School and went into private practice in Cairo, Ga. In 1958, he was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives. In 1963, he was appointed Speaker of the House. He successfully campaigned for lieutenant governor in 1966, but was defeated for reelection by Lester Maddox in 1970. Smith went into private practice in Marietta and made an unsuccessful run for governor in 1974. In 1976, he was elected to the Georgia Court of Appeals, and in 1980, he was elected Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. Smith discusses his time serving in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Georgia government, his race for lieutenant governor, and the Julian Bond case.
Creator:  Smith, William Armstrong, 1914-1996.
Collection Title:  William Armstrong Smith Papers 
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Abstract:  William Armstrong Smith was a Georgia state senator from the 34th District (Fulton County), from 1966 to 1974. During this time, Smith introduced various bills, served on and/or chaired numerous senate committees, and actively supported the development of the Republican Party in Georgia. The collection documents his career and to a lesser degree his campaigns as well as his continued interest in legislative matters after his senate career ended (1975-1978). The majority of the collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial records, and legislative bills. There are approximately six linear feet of publication materials produced by various sources covering subjects such as education, insurance, transportation, and planning. Another important aspect of the collection is correspondence Smith created after his senate career with Georgia politicians. Correspondents include: Howard "Bo" Callaway, John J. Flynt, Jr., Wyche Fowler, Zell Miller, Sam Nunn, as well as United States Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon.
Creator:  Spinks, Ford B., 1927-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 094 Ford Spinks 
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Abstract:  Ford B. Spinks was born in Tifton, Georgia on April 5, 1927. In 1962, he ran a successful campaign twice – due to reapportionment – for Georgia State Senate. He continued in the Georgia Senate, and served in many committees until leaving the senate in 1971. He supported Jimmy Carter through many campaigns, and was appointed public service commissioner in 1971, a post he held until 1989. Outside of politics, he was a farm equipment dealer and served as director of the Bank of Tifton and chairman of the Coastal Plain Area Tourism Council. Spinks discusses Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign, his own campaigns for public service commissioner, and the state of politics in Georgia.
Creator:  Stacy, Martha Brown, 1924-2003.
Collection Title:  Martha Brown Stacy Papers 
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Abstract:  The collection consists of correspondence, printed materials, and clippings primarily relating to Martha Brown Stacy's work as chair of radio and television for the Forth Worth (Texas) City Council of the Parent-Teachers Association and substitute teacher for the Forth Worth Public School system.
Creator:  Finding aid prepared by Russell staff
Collection Title:  Georgia Disability Community Oral History Project 
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Creator:  Steinberg, Cathey Weiss, 1942-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 106 Cathey Steinberg 
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Abstract:  Cathey Weiss Steinberg served in the Georgia General Assembly for sixteen years in both the Georgia House of Representatives (1977-1989) and in the Georgia Senate (1991-1993). She is recognized as a strong advocate for women’s rights. She was the primary sponsor of the 1981-1982 Equal Rights Amendment legislation. From 1993-1999, she was the managing partner for Ahead of the Curve, a public policy consulting and advocacy training firm. In 1999, Governor Roy Barnes appointed Cathey Steinberg as Georgia’s first Consumer Insurance Advocate. She held that position until 2003. Steinberg later served as the executive director of the Juvenile Justice Fund, a non-profit child advocacy organization based in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been a consultant in public and community relations and marketing, and a frequent guest speaker and lecturer. Steinberg discusses the sexism and antisemitism she faced early in her legislative career, her work in the private sector with juveniles, insurance, and women, and the state of party politics in Georgia.
Creator:  Stephens, Alexander Maxwell, 1988-
Collection Title:  Athens Oral History Project, AOHP 001 Homer Wilson interviewed by Alexander Stephens 
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Abstract:  Homer Wilson was born on May 22, 1946 and grew up in Madison County. He earned a certificate in forest from Fort Valley State College. In this interview, he discusses how he began working in his father’s barbershop, Wilson’s Styling Shop, in downtown Athens, Georgia. He talks about helping found the Hot Corner Association to share the history of the Hot Corner business district and promote minority entrepreneurship in downtown Athens.
Creator:  Stephens, William Veach (Bill), 1956-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 134 Bill Stephens 
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Abstract:  Senator Bill Stephens, a Republican from Canton, was elected to the State Senate in 1998 to represent the 51st Senate District. He discusses his work with Gov. Zell Miller, his time in the State Senate, and the state of party politics in Georgia.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens Jr. Papers: Collection Summary 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. served in the Georgia State Senate (1951-1953), the Georgia State House of Representatives (1953-1959), and the U.S. House of Representatives (1960 to 1976). Stephens' papers document his service in the U.S. House of Representatives and include committee and legislation files, correspondence, and subject files.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series II: General 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens Jr. Papers, Series II: General contains correspondence, memos, forms, invitations, news releases, speeches, and other printed material on a variety of subjects including federal agencies and departments, topics related to Georgia, the U.S. House of Representatives, and congressional office matters. The files document Stephens’ congressional career from 1961 to 1976. Some of the topics include: Housing and Urban Development (HUD); Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW); state planning and development commissions; highways and roads; Federal Communications Commission (FCC); Fort Gordon; agriculture and forestry; and civil rights.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series III: Legislative 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens Jr. Papers, Series III: Legislative contains correspondence, bills, news releases, and other printed material pertaining to pending legislation sponsored by Stephens or other congressmen. The files document the three committees on which Stephens served: Banking and Currency (1961-1976), Interior and Insular Affairs (1971-1976), and Select Committee on Committees (1973-1974). There is some overlap with similar topics in the General series. Topics include housing and urban development, export-import bank, Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), taxation, Small Business Administration (SBA), International Development Association (IDA), and agriculture.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series V: Post Office 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens Jr. Papers, Series V: Post Office series includes appointment announcements and recommendations for postmaster positions throughout Stephens’ district. Arrangement is alphabetical by county and, in most cases, within the county folders alphabetical by town. Additional subjects include requests for improved postal facilities, star routes, commemorative stamps, and general correspondence.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series VI: Projects 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens Jr. Papers, Series VI: Projects series contains correspondence, news releases, memos, magazine articles, maps, reports, pamphlets, and other printed materials on federally funded projects in Georgia. The series is divided into the following subseries and is so arranged with all years of the subseries grouped together: A. Summaries, B. Airports, C. General, D. Health Facilities, E. Housing, F. Laboratories, G. Model Cities, H. Planning and Development Commission, I. School Grants, J. Training, and K. Water and Sewer.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series VII: Public Works 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series VII: Public Works series contains correspondence, news releases, reports, memos, news clippings, maps, and other printed material related to federal public works projects (dams, bridges, etc) in Georgia. The series is arranged alphabetically by topic – generally the project name or an organization involved. Topics include the Russell Dam, Hartwell Dam, Savannah River, and Trotters Shoals. For related topics see the General series.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XI: Political 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XI: Political comprises correspondence, memoranda, and material relating to Stephens’ political supporters and his political campaigns. There is a mélange of materials including campaign contributions and expenditures, Democratic party information, information on opposition candidates, election information, and election results. Also found in this series is political correspondence arranged by county. There is a small amount of clippings, correspondent forms, candidate files, Republican civil rights files, two notebooks, and a scrapbook.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XII: Watersheds 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XII: Watersheds contains correspondence, reports, news releases, magazine and newspaper articles, pamphlets, and other printed material dealing with various watershed projects in Georgia. It is arranged alphabetically by project name with a separate folder of general material. For related topics see Public Works and General.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XIII: News Releases 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XIII: News Releases contain lists of radio, newspaper, television and unaffiliated persons to which Stephens sent news releases. The rest of the series contains telegram and printed news releases from Stephens’ office with a notation of the subject files in which a copy is place. These releases are arranged chronologically (latest date first). For other copies of the releases and related material (especially for years not covered by these releases) see II. General, News Releases. Speech material is located in Series II. General under the folder titles: “Speeches-Stephens” and “Stephens-Speeches.”
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XIV: Old Lists 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XIV: Old Lists contains lists of people in various work categories (accountants, bankers, etc) or members of various organizations, which indicates how Stephens kept track of constituents. The series is arranged alphabetically by subject. For other lists see II. General, Lists.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XIX: Scrapbooks 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XIX: Scrapbooks of clippings and photographs document his career.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XV: Agriculture Bulletins Correspondence 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XV:Agriculture Bulletins Correspondence contains requests by constituents for Agriculture Bulletins. The series is divided into several periods (1967, 1969, and 1969-1972) in reverse chronological order and thereafter arranged alphabetically by county. For other bulletin correspondence see II. General, Bulletins – Agriculture.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XVI. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XVI. Audiovisual Materials includes 16mm films, audiocassettes, quarter-inch open reel audio tapes, and DVDs documenting campaign ads, speeches, press appearances, and policy-related activities.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XVIII: Photographs 
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Abstract:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XVIII: Photographs contains images of Stephens with constituents and campaigning.
Creator:  Stephens, Robert Grier, Jr., 1913-2003
Collection Title:  Robert Grier Stephens, Jr. Papers, Series XX: Artifacts 
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Creator:  Stoner, Jesse Benjamin (J.B.), 1924-2005
Collection Title:  Jesse Benjamin (J.B.) Stoner Flier and Poster 
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Abstract:  J.B. Stoner, a Georgia native, was known for his strong opinions about segregation, race and politics. He was a member of the Ku Klux Klan and National States’ Rights Party and founded the Stoner’s Christian Anti-Jewish Party. In 1977, Stoner was indicted, and was later convicted and imprisoned, for the 1958 bombing of an African-American church in Birmingham, Alabama. He ran for numerous public offices including governor of Georgia in 1970. This collection contains Stoner’s gubernatorial campaign poster and a flier for a 1974 meeting of the National States’ Rights Party.
Creator:  Stovall, Walter L., 1938-
Collection Title:  Walter Stovall Papers 
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Abstract:  The Walter Stovall Papers primarily contains letters documenting the response of friends, family, and the general public to the marriage of Walter Stovall to Charlayne Hunter in 1963. Ms. Hunter became famous as one of the two African American students to integrate the University of Georgia. Stovall and Hunter met at the University of Georgia as journalism students. The papers include correspondence and printed materials (periodicals and clippings) directly related to the marriage as well as articles related to more general Civil Rights issues such as the Civil Rights Act, 1964. The papers also contain a small number of letters written by Charlayne Hunter Stovall and Walter Stovall to his parents detailing the birth of their daughter, Susan.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 043 Bill Stuckey 
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Abstract:  Elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives from the Eighth and later the Ninth District, Bill Stuckey served in Congress from 1967 until 1977. While in Congress, Stuckey served on the Agriculture committee, the District of Columbia committee, the Interstate and Foreign Commerce committee and its subcommittee on Commerce and Finance and was chairman of the Commerce, Housing and Transportation subcommittee. In this interview, Stuckey discusses the Stuckey's chain of stores, his political campaigns, his service on committees, his experience in Congress during the Vietnam War and the Watergate scandal, and his opinion on America's oil dependency. He also discusses how the Democratic Party of Georgia and Congress have changed over the years.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers: Collection Summary 
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Abstract:  Williamson S. Stuckey served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1967 until 1977. He was a member of the Agriculture committee, District of Columbia committee, and Interstate and Commerce Committee and succeeded in passing legislation to protect Cumberland Island, Georgia and the Okefenokee Swamp. His papers document his political career and include press files, bill and subject files, correspondence, project files, and campaign materials.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series I: Press Relations/Media Activities 
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Abstract:  The Press Relations/Media Activities series includes speeches, television and radio files, press releases, and subject files. Topics included veterans, social security, crime, the youth and Vietnam, Watergate investigation, the economy, the energy crisis, daylight savings time, and gun control.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series II: Political Activities 
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Abstract:  Series II: Political Activities documents Stuckey's campaigns for the Georgia 8th District US Congressional seat in 1966 and his re-election campaigns of 1968, 1972, and 1974. Included in this series are correspondence, voter contacts, voter lists, speeches, newspaper clippings, financial information, limited strategy records and election results.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series III: Legislative 
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Abstract:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series III: Legislative files relate to legislative issues and consist of constituent correspondence about various bills being considered. This series contains correspondence, reports, court transcripts, bills, and printed materials. Of interest are transcripts from the investigation of the Textile and Apparel Industries (332-5) in November 1967. Topics include Cumberland Island, amnesty for Vietnam draft dodgers and deserters, the equal rights amendment, American Bicentennial celebration, the Arab boycott, and gun control.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series IV: Office Administration 
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Abstract:  The Office Administration Series consists of agency, personnel, campaign, and political files, and projects Stuckey was involved with during his service in Congress. Included is correspondence, reports, printed materials, maps and legislative bills. This series provides insight into Stuckey's dealings with individuals, both colleagues and constituents, on various issues of the day. Topics include: Cumberland Island and the Okefenokee Swamp project; expanding Atlanta's airport to include international flights to Europe and the Pacific region; Corps of Engineers' work on the Satilla and Altamaha Rivers; Vietnam conflict and Lt. William Calley's case; and impeachment of President Richard Nixon.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series V: Related Materials 
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Abstract:  The related materials include photographs, memorabilia, and a scrapbook. The collection of over 700 unique photographs illustrates the life and career of Congressman Stuckey. Included in the collection are some family photos, but the majority of the prints are from the period when Stuckey was campaigning for the United States Congress from Georgia's Eighth District and activities related to his position as a US Congressman. This series also includes plaques, citations, proclamations, resolutions, and presentation certificates received by Stuckey throughout his political career. The scrapbook includes clippings from newspapers and magazines, including news and feature items. Represented are Stuckey's re-election bid for his U.S. House of Representatives seat and the successful legislation of making Cumberland Island a National Seashore.
Creator:  Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Collection Title:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series VI. Audiovisual Materials 
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Abstract:  Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series VI. Audiovisual Materials includes seventeen 16mm films, two 2-inch open reel video tape, three betacam videocassettes, one audiocassette, five dictation discs, one DVD, one phonodisc, and 26 quarter-inch open reel audio tapes, documenting campaign ads and policy-related activities, as well as a series of transcribed audio programs hosted by Stuckey discussing issues of the day with his contemporaries in the federal government.
Creator:  Suggs, Louise Blemant
Collection Title:  Louise Blemant Suggs Papers 
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Abstract:  Louise Blemant Suggs held positions with the State of Georgia and the City of Atlanta assisting with international relations and protocols and was an honorary member and secretary of the Atlanta Consular Corps. Her papers document her career and include printed materials, correspondence, memoranda, organizational files, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual materials.
Creator:  Summers, Mary Anne.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 056 Mary Anne Summers 
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Abstract:  In this interview Mary Anne Summers discusses her experiences working with a variety of Georgia politicians and public figures throughout the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Summers became a secretary for Richard Ashford during the Vandiver administration. During the Sanders administration, she was secretary to Doug Barnard, and assistant to the governor. She then went to work as an assistant to the Georgia Senate, and helped numerous Georgia senators with speeches and bills. After that, she worked with the Tourism Committee and traveled around Georgia. She worked on Charles Weltner’s 1964 campaign for Congress and assisted Zell Miller in his 1974 campaign for lieutenant governor. She became involved with Elliot Levitas’ campaign for the house of representatives, and remained on his staff throughout his time as a Georgia congressman.
Creator:  Surrency, Erwin C., 1924-
Collection Title:  Erwin C. Surrency Collection of Political Materials 
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Abstract:  The Erwin C. Surrency Collection of Political Materials consists of political campaign materials collected by Surrency over the course of his career as law librarian and professor at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and, later at the University of Georgia. It covers the years 1946-1964 and includes printed materials, handbooks, press releases, news clippings, bumper stickers, buttons, and pamphlets. Materials document Democratic and Republican Party campaigns at the national level and the Pennsylvania state or local level including Adlai Stevenson's 1952 presidential campaign and the 1964 "Republicans for Johnson" presidential campaign. Georgia national and state materials mainly pertain to Mrs. Jesse W. Jenkins' 1950 gubernatorial campaign. Also includes AFL-CIO political education materials (1950-1954, 1964).