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Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers: Collection Summary 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson is a lawyer who served in the Georgia State Senate (1987-1992) and the U.S. House (1993-1995), and held several positions in D.C. related to international trade and investment policy, national security, and foreign policy. Johnson's papers document his entire career, particularly his term in the U.S. House, and include constituent correspondence, legislative files, press files, and campaign materials.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group A: State Senate Files 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  Record Group A: State Senate Files were generated while Don Johnson served in the Georgia General Assembly as a Senator from 1987 to 1993. The General Files include materials that assisted Johnson with monitoring legislative issues, researching and writing legislation, developing legislative initiatives, as well as observing local issues. Included are files relating to the Intra County Telephone Toll Bill, Johnson’s work on the Appropriations and Reapportionment Committees, the Export Study Commission, and the Hobbs Act. The Issue files contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, printed materials, reports, maps and bills. These were issues of particular interest to Johnson which included human resources, taxation and transportation. The Campaign series contains material relating to Johnson’s campaign in 1987 to fill the seat of the late Parks Brown and his subsequent races in 1988, 1990, and 1992.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group B: Congress 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group B: Congress includes constiuent services correspondence documenting a rich mix of issues from the early 1990s including Clinton’s health care plan, proposed tax increases, the implementation of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” relating to the sexual preferences of military personnel, abortion legislation, gun control, and the federal budget. There are clippings and legislative files regarding Johnson and legislation on which he worked. Legislative topics include: banking, energy, the environment, housing, judicial issues, Urban Affairs, and Appropriations. The campaign series contains items pertaining to Johnson’s two campaigns for congress including: correspondence, information about campaign events, campaign ephemera, and clippings. Also found here is material documenting the activities of Johnson’s district office in Athens, Georgia.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group C: Post-Congressional 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group C: Post-Congressional files pertain to Johnson’s service as chief textile negotiator and principal advisor to both the president and the United States Trade Representative on all textile and apparel trade matters.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group D: Personal 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group D: Personal contains files from Johnson’s early career as a lawyer in Royston, Georgia, as well as his work in the Office of the Judge Advocate General. It also contains files from 1981 when Johnson was recipient of the Georgia Rusk International Law Award and a digital copy of an autobiography that focuses on his service in Congress.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group E: Photographs 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group E: Photographs document Johnson's service in the Georgia State Senate as well as his work in the United States House of Representatives. Pictures include Johnson with other politicians and civic groups. A small document his work on committees as a U.S. Congressman as well as an ambassador in the Office of the United States Trade Representative.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group F: Audiovisual Materials 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group F: Audiovisual Materials includes one audiocassette, one microcassette, five quarter-inch open reel audio tapes, and 71 VHS videocassettes documenting campaign ads, speeches, press appearances, and policy-related activities of Johnson's terms in the Georgia State Senate and the U.S. Congress.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group G: Artifacts 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group G: Artifacts primarily consists of campaign paraphenalia from Johnson's bids for Congress.
Collection Title:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group H: Maps 
Creator:  Johnson, Clete Donald (Don), Jr., 1948-
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Abstract:  C. Donald (Don) Johnson Papers, Record Group H: Maps contains maps of congressional districts in Georgia and other unprocessed maps.
Collection Title:  Cardee Kilpatrick Papers 
Creator:  Kilpatrick, Cardee
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Abstract:  Cardee Kilpatrick served Athens, Georgia, as a member of the Clarke County Board of Education (1979-1984), the Athens City Council (1986-1990) and the Athens-Clarke County Commission (1990-2004). Her papers include correspondence, planning documents, campaign materials, speeches, news clippings, photographs and artifacts.
Collection Title:  Carl E. Sanders Papers 
Creator:  Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
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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.
Collection Title:  Carl E. Sanders Papers, Series XV. Audiovisual Materials 
Creator:  Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
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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.
Collection Title:  Carl Vinson Letter 
Creator:  Vinson, Carl, 1883-1981.
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Abstract:  The collection contains one two-page letter from Carl Vinson to William B. Arthur, former managing editor of LOOK magazine. In the letter, Vinson voices his response to a LOOK magazine article titled "Do We Need the Draft?"
Collection Title:  Carol Jones Papers 
Creator:  Jones, Carol
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Abstract:  Carol Jones is an advocacy specialist at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta and a long-time participant in the disability rights movement. Her papers include documents and memorabilia related to many advocacy issues and organizations, including ADAPT and the Long Road Home March and Rally.
Collection Title:  Carter Conference Files 
Creator:  University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government
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Abstract:  The Carter Conference Files document "The Carter Presidency: Lessons for the 21st Century" conference held at the University of Georgia in January 2007. The files include materials given to conference participants and University of Georgia publications that covered the event.
Collection Title:  Carter Conference Files, Series II. Audiovisual Materials 
Creator:  University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government
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Abstract:  Carter Conference Files, Series II. Audiovisual Materials includes video tape and transferred digital video and audio elements from the conference The Carter Presidency: Lessons for the 21st Century, held January 19-21, 2007 in Athens, Georgia.
Collection Title:  Cedar Creek Civic Association Records 
Creator:  Cedar Creek Civic Association, Inc.
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Abstract:  The collection documents the administrative and community activities of the Cedar Creek Civic Association which formed in the 1960s with the formation of the Cedar Creek subdivision in Athens, Georgia. Over the years, the Cedar Creek Civic Association has been involved with community issues including water taxes, traffic studies, and re-zoning. This collection also includes the records of the Cedar Creek Garden Club
Collection Title:  Charlayne Hunter-Gault Papers 
Creator:  Hunter-Gault, Charlayne, 1942-
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Abstract:  In 1961, after a two year legal battle, Charlayne Hunter (later Charlayne Hunter-Gault) and Hamilton Holmes became the first African Americans to be accepted to the University of Georgia. The two students were met with animosity, and some rioting occurred outside Hunter’s dorm. Both Hunter and Holmes were suspended for their own safety, but a court order allowed them to return to campus a few days later. In 1963, Hunter graduated from UGA with a degree in journalism. Her professional career in journalism has included work for The New Yorker and The New York Times, as well as serving as a foreign correspondent for PBS’s MacNeil/Lehrer Report. In 1997, she became National Public Radio’s chief correspondent for Africa and, in 1999, she became Johannesburg bureau chief and correspondent for CNN. These papers primarily document public reaction to the integration of the University of Georgia and Hunter-Gault’s professional activities as national correspondent and anchor for MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. Correspondence to University Dean of Students Dr. Joseph Williams in 1961 reflects both students’ and state residents’ opinions regarding desegregation. Other materials include Dr. John C. Belcher’s research files and transcripts of oral histories he conducted documenting the integration of the university. Also included is correspondence sent to Hunter-Gault regarding her reporting for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour from 1979 until 1988.
Collection Title:  Charles F. Hatcher Collection 
Creator:  Hatcher, Charles F. (Charles Floyd), 1939-
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Abstract:  The collection consists of congressional papers of Charles F. Hatcher from 1981-1992. Includes legislative files containing correspondence, clippings, reports, speeches, printed materials, newsletters, memoranda, voting records, and subject files relating to abortion, the Clarence Thomas nomination, national health care, the Persian Gulf War, wetlands, and the 1990 Farm Bill; press files containing clippings, press releases, speeches, and event files; constituent services containing correspondence documenting public interest on topics before Congress; and personal files containing correspondence, invitations, thank-yous, guest and appointment books.
Collection Title:  Charles Julian Bloch Files on General Douglas MacArthur 
Creator:  Bloch, Charles J. (Charles Julian), 1893-1974.
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Abstract:  This collection contains eleven items related to Charles J. Bloch’s connection with the inquiry into the dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur. Charles Bloch served as Senator Russell's personal aid in the Senate’s inquiry into United States policy in Asia, particularly concerning the dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur.
Collection Title:  Charles L. Bowden Papers 
Creator:  Bowden , Charles L., 1892-1952
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Abstract:  The collection documents the growth and development of the City of Macon primarily during the administration of Mayor Charles L. Bowden (1938-1947). Included are City of Macon financial statements (1928, 1937-1938); Macon Hospital Commission files (1945-1952); correspondence and photographs documenting the commission of USS Macon (1945) and the Macon premiere of God is my Co-pilot (1945); copies of Bowden’s speeches and radio announcements; and general correspondence. Of note is the correspondence with Carl Vinson, especially in relation to the commissioning of the USS Macon. Correspondence between Bowden, his wife, Urney Fields Bowden, and their children, Charlotte and Patsy, illustrate family life in Macon in the 1930s and 1940s. The Bowden and Fields families are documented through genealogical research files and correspondence (1883-1889) between Urney Bowden’s grandparents, W. G. Fields and Emma Massey (-1902). The papers include correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, financial reports, speeches and announcements, publications and clippings, and memorabilia.
Collection Title:  Charles L. Gowen Papers 
Creator:  Gowen, Charles Latimer
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Abstract:  The collection consists of personal and political papers of Georgia State Representative Charles L. Gowen from 1946 to 1966. The papers primarily document Gowen’s unsuccessful bid for Georgia Governor in 1954.
Collection Title:  Charles R. Crisp Papers 
Creator:  Crisp, Charles Robert, 1870-1937
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Abstract:  Charles R. Crisp (1870-1937) served in the U.S. Congress from Georgia's 3rd district (1913-1932). The papers document Crisp's tenure as a member of Congress and select members of the Crisp family and contain speeches and related notes, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, photographs, and a scrapbook.
Collection Title:  Charles W. Ennis File of Battery “D”, 214th Coast Artillery Anti-Aircraft 
Creator:  Ennis, Charles W.
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Abstract:  In 1939, Battery “D” of the 214th Coast Artillery Anti-Aircraft Regiment was organized in Milledgeville, Georgia and led by Commander Jere N. Moore. From 1942 to 1943, the unit served in the South Pacific and participated in the Battle of Guadalcanal. This file consists of clippings, a brief history of Battery “D”, unit rosters, a poem regarding a bottle of brandy presented to the 214th Regimental Association CA (AA), correspondence about the Regimental Association’s reunions, and an excerpt from the diary of Marvin B. Grimes describing the action on Guadalcanal and Russell Island.
Collection Title:  Charles W. Norwood, Jr. Papers 
Creator:  Norwood, Charles W. (Charles Whitlow), 1941-2007
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Abstract:  Charles W. Norwood, Jr. (1941-2007) represented Georgia’s 9th and 10th Districts of in the U.S. House of Representative (1995-2007) and was previously a prominent dentist in Augusta, Georgia. His papers document his time in Congress and the legislation he supported through constituent services, legislative files, press materials, and personal and political files.
Collection Title:  Charles W. Shepard Letter 
Creator:  Shepard, Charles W.
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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.
Collection Title:  Christine D. Lambert Papers 
Creator:  Lambert, Christine Davis
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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.
Collection Title:  Christopher Fleming Collection of Jon Nielsen Visual Materials 
Creator:  Nielsen, Jon, 1912-1986.
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Abstract:  Jon Nielsen (1912-1986) was a Danish-American artist and illustrator. He has illustrated over 200 children’s books and textbooks, taught college art, and co-authored the children’s book "The Wishing Pearl and Other Tales of Vietnam" with his wife, Kay. His works have been featured in galleries in New York and Florida. In the 1960s during the Vietnam War, he was asked by the US State Department to travel to Vietnam and sketch portraits to entertain the soldiers. This collection contains 70 photographs taken by Nielsen as studies for his ink drawings. Some of the six drawings in the collection were later used in his book "Artist in South Vietnam," published in 1969.
Collection Title:  Christopher Lee Morris Collection of Political Materials 
Creator:  Morris, Christopher Lee
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Abstract:  This collection is comprised of political material relating to Eugene Talmadge's Senate race, Carl Sanders gubernatorial campaign from 1972, copies of "Will the Real Jimmy Carter Please Stand Up?" from the 1972 gubernatorial campaign, a brochure for Homer C. Parker for Comptroller General, and a 1948 "Jim Crow Must Go" flyer for Henry A. Wallace's presidential campaign for the Progressive Party.
Collection Title:  Clara Smith Collection of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Materials 
Creator:  Smith, Clara E., 1897-1989.
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Collection Title:  Clarke County (Ga.) McCarthy for President Records 
Creator:  Clarke County (Ga.) McCarthy for President Organization
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Abstract:  Eugene McCarthy served in both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate before making a run for the presidency in 1967. McCarthy ran as a liberal Democrat; he was very opposed to the war in Vietnam, but was defeated by Hubert Humphrey in the primary. The Clarke County (Ga.) McCarthy for President Organization was formed to promote Eugene McCarthy in the 1968 presidential election. Robert Griffith and Phinizy Spalding, two McCarthy campaign workers from Georgia and University of Georgia history professors, donated this collection, which consists of correspondence, speeches, news clippings, political ephemera, and notes reflecting their work and support for McCarthy’s presidential campaign.
Collection Title:  Clifford H. (Baldy) Baldowski Editorial Cartoons 
Creator:  Baldowski, Clifford H. (Baldy), 1917-1999
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Abstract:  This collection consists of editorial cartoons drawn by Clifford "Baldy" Baldowski during his career at the Augusta Chronicle and the Atlanta Constitution. Subject content relates to international, national, state and local (Augusta and Atlanta-Fulton County) politics and to society in general, and features such topics as individual politicians, world leaders, the Civil Rights Movement, the Vietnam conflict, and the Cold War. Over 2,500 cartoons are available through the Digital Library of Georgia.
Collection Title:  Clifford H. Brewton Collection of Lester Maddox Speech/Press Records, Series III: Audiovisual 
Creator:  Maddox, Lester G., 1915-2003.
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Abstract:  The collection consists of materials collected by Reverend Clifford H. Brewton relating to Lester Maddox's terms as governor (1967-1971) and lieutenant governor (1971-1975), as well as his 1966 gubernatorial and 1968 campaigns. Brewton collected the materials for the purpose of writing a biography of Maddox, although it was never published. Audiovisual materials in the collection supplement the paper materials documenting Maddox’s term as governor of Georgia and his subsequent campaigns for president of the United States in 1968 and for lieutenant governor of Georgia in 1970. Included among the four audiocassettes and 22 reels of ¼” audiotape are recordings of several campaign commercials for radio broadcast for both campaigns and speeches delivered for public events and private organizations throughout Georgia in his official capacity of governor.
Collection Title:  Clifford Hodges Brewton Collection of Lester G. Maddox Speech/Press Research Files 
Creator:  Maddox, Lester G., 1915-2003.
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Abstract:  Reverend Clifford Hodges Brewton served as press aide to Lester Maddox during his terms as governor and lieutenant governor of Georgia. This collection contains materials Brewton compiled in order to write a book (never published) about Governor Maddox. The scope of the collection covers both the gubernatorial (1967-1971) and the lieutenant governor (1971-1975) administrations of Maddox including the campaigns for each office as well as his 1968 bid for the U.S. presidency. The collection includes press releases, speeches, research materials, clippings, magazine articles, photographs, audiocassettes, and ¼-inch audiotapes.
Collection Title:  Commission to Revise the Constitution of Georgia Records 
Creator:  Commission to Revise the Constitution of Georgia
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Abstract:  In March of 1943, the Georgia General Assembly passed a resolution sponsored by Governor Ellis Arnall, for a commission of twenty-three members to revise the state’s constitution. The new constitution was submitted to the Georgia General Assembly in January of 1945 and approved by the people of Georgia in a special election on 7 August 1945. This collection consists of records of the Georgia State Commission to revise the Constitution from 1943 to 1945. Included are typescript proceedings that illustrate revisions of the 1877 Georgia Constitution. These were edited by Dr. Albert Berry Saye, a professor at the University of Georgia and a leading authority on state and federal constitutional law. Also included are brief biographical sketches of the twenty-three members of the commission.
Collection Title:  Cyrus R. Vance Collection of Dean Rusk Audiovisual Materials 
Creator:  Rusk, Dean, 1909-1994
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Abstract:  The collection consists of eleven commercially-released interviews of Dean Rusk conducted in 1987 by Edwin Newman for the Southern Center for International Studies and one copy of The Seventh Annual Report of the Secretaries of State, 1989: "American Foreign Policy: The Challenges, The Opportunities, The Dangers." In the interviews, Rusk discusses growing up in Georgia, his experiences in the State Department, and his views on the war in Vietnam, the Nuclear Age, and U.S.-Soviet relations throughout the Cold War. The Seventh Annual Report of the Secretaries of State includes a roundtable discussion by former U.S. Secretaries of State on the subjects of East Germany, the Cold War, the Soviet Union under Mikhail Gorbachev, Nuclear Proliferation, and the Tiananmen Square incident in China.