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Collection Title:  E. L. (Tic) Forrester Papers 
Creator:  Forrester, Elijah Lewis (Tic), 1896-1970.
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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.
Collection Title:  E. Roy Lambert Papers 
Creator:  Lambert, Ezekiel Roy, 1925-2008
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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.
Collection Title:  E. Roy Lambert Papers 
Creator:  Lambert, Ezekiel Roy, 1925-2008
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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.
Collection Title:  E. Roy Lambert Papers, Series VI. Audiovisual Materials 
Creator:  Lambert, Ezekiel Roy, 1925-2008
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Abstract:  E. Roy Lambert Papers, Series VI. Audiovisual Materials includes one DVD, two microcassettes, and one VHS videocassette.
Collection Title:  Earl P. Cook Collection of County Unit System Materials 
Creator:  Cook, Earl Pope
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Abstract:  In 1946, the Georgia Veterans for Majority Rule group brought forth two lawsuits against the Georgia Democratic Executive Committee in objection to the county unit system. The Georgia Veterans for Majority Rule found the county unit system unconstitutional which gave an overwhelming advantage for candidates to win votes in rural counties despite the fact that the population of rural Georgia only comprised approximately one-third of the state’s population. Earl Pope Cook was a Troup County native and Army Signal Corps veteran who testified as a plaintiff in one of the two test suits against the Georgia State Democratic Executive Committee and the Secretary of State, Ben W. Fortson.
Collection Title:  Earl T. Leonard, Jr. Collection of Richard B. Russell Materials 
Creator:  Leonard, Earl T., Jr.
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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.
Collection Title:  Ecological Society of America Oral History Collection 
Creator:  Knight, Dennis
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Collection Title:  Ed Friend Visual Materials 
Creator:  Friend, Edwin Hugo (Ed), Sr.
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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.
Collection Title:  Ed Jackson's Files on the Governor’s Commission for Efficiency and Improvement in Government 
Creator:  Governor’s Commission for Efficiency and Improvement in Government
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Abstract:  The Commission’s papers span the dates of 1955–1973 and represent agency reports collected by the Commission as well as studies of the Commission’s findings.
Collection Title:  Ed L. Jenkins Papers 
Creator:  Jenkins, Edgar Lanier, 1933-
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Abstract:  The Ed. L Jenkins Papers documents the political career of Congressman Ed Jenkins who represented Georgia’s Ninth District (Northwest Georgia) from 1977 to 1992. Prior to being elected to the House of Representatives, Jenkins worked as a trial lawyer in Jasper, Georgia. During his tenure in the House of Representatives, Jenkins served on several committees including: the Ways and Means Committee where he was involved with the Trade Subcommittee, the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, the Budget Committee, the Steering and Policy Committee, and the House Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions during the Iran-Contra Hearings. Jenkins was an advocate of the textile industry in Georgia. He served on both the Textile and Congressional Rural Caucus to represent the needs of the industry and his constituents. Legislation of particular interest in this collection includes the Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act of 1985, the Caribbean Basin Initiative, the Tax Reform Act of 1986, and Ronald Reagan’s Balanced-Budget Amendment. Other topics of interest in this collection includes files on the Chattahoochee National Forest Preservation, lake and water resources, agriculture, textiles, domestic trade, taxation, and the Iran-Contra Hearings.
Collection Title:  Eleanor Smith Papers 
Creator:  Smith, Eleanor, 1943-
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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.
Collection Title:  Ellen Cullen McCormack Campaign Advertisements 
Creator:  McCormack, Ellen Cullen
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Abstract:  Ellen Cullen McCormack Campaign Advertisements consist of one 16mm film containing three presidential campaign television spots from 1976, for pro-life candidate Ellen Cullen McCormack.
Collection Title:  Eloise Gay Brawley Collection of Richard B. Russell Letters 
Creator:  Brawley, Eloise Gay
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Abstract:  Eloise Gay Brawley was a supporter of Senator Richard B. Russell, Jr. The collection consists of letters written by Senator Richard B. Russell, Jr., to Mrs. Eloise Gay Brawley and newspaper clippings pertaining to the activities of Senator Russell and the Russell family.
Collection Title:  Eric Johnson Papers 
Creator:  Johnson, Eric, 1953-
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Abstract:  Eric Johnson served as State Senator from Georgia's 1st district (1994-2009). The papers document his legislative activities and political campaigns.
Collection Title:  Erwin C. Surrency Collection of Political Materials 
Creator:  Surrency, Erwin C., 1924-
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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).
Collection Title:  Erwin Mitchell Papers 
Creator:  Mitchell, Harlan Erwin, 1924-
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Abstract:  Papers document Mitchell's single congressional term and include subject files, correspondence, magazine and newspaper clippings, reports, receipts and releases reflecting Mitchell's work on the U.S. House of Representatives' Science and Astronautics and Veteran Affairs committees.
Collection Title:  Eunice L. Mixon Papers 
Creator:  Mixon, Eunice Lastinger, 1931-
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Abstract:  Eunice Lastinger Mixon was born in Tifton, Georgia, in 1931 to a family of farmers. She married Albert Mixon in 1948, and beginning in 1956 she attended the University of Georgia, attaining a master’s degree and specialist degree in education. She taught eighth-grade science, and high school biology, chemistry and physics for thirty years in the Tift County School System, and was an instructor at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. In 1974, gubernatorial candidate George Busbee, acquainted with Mixon through his advocacy for teachers in the legislature, appointed her as his Tift County campaign chairman, and her success at grassroots organizing gained her a reputation as a valuable political ally in South Georgia. Since then she has campaigned for President Bill Clinton, Senator Sam Nunn, Congressmen Charles Hatcher and Roy Rowland, and Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin. She served as a delegate to the 1988 and 1992 National Democratic Conventions, and as a member of the Georgia Democratic Executive Committee. The papers document Mixon’s involvement with the state and national Democratic Parties, her appointment to several state boards and commissions, and community activities in Tifton, Georgia.
Collection Title:  Eva C. Galambos Files on the City of Sandy Springs 
Creator:  Galambos, Eva Cohn.
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Abstract:  The Eva C. Galambos Files on the City of Sandy Springs document the history and eventual incorporation of the City of Sandy Springs in 2005. Debate over the incorporation began in the 1970s when the city of Atlanta attempted to use a state law to force annexation of Sandy Springs. In response, the Committee for Sandy Springs was formed in 1975. Eva Galambos was president of Committee for Sandy Springs (1975-2005) leading the effort to incorporate Sandy Springs. She is a co-founder and former secretary of Sandy Springs Revitalization; founder of Sandy Springs Clean and Beautiful; chairwoman of services committee for the Sandy Springs Council of Neighborhoods; and founder of Sandy Springs Civic Roundtable. Galambos was elected the first mayor of Sandy Springs in 2005. The files include clippings, correspondence, memoranda, announcements and flyers, meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, subject files, and publications related to the incorporation of Sandy Springs.
Collection Title:  Eye of the Storm Documentary Film Collection 
Creator:  American International Television
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Abstract:  In 1995, Jack Barnette and his son Mark Barnette engaged John Ehrlichman, White House Counsel on Domestic Affairs to President Richard Nixon, to collaborate with them on a film project to tell the inside story of those working in the White House during the Watergate scandal that ultimately brought down the Nixon presidency. The project culminated in long and short versions of the video documentary In the Eye of the Storm, hosted by author Tom Clancy, the video production An Evening with Ehrlichman at London University, and video footage of Bob Woodward’s interview of Ehrlichman. This collection consists of production files, interview transcripts, Ehrlichman’s files related to the film, depositions from John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press, and stills and footage contracts.
Collection Title:  Eye of the Storm Documentary Film Collection, Series V. Audiovisual Materials 
Creator:  American International Television
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Abstract:  In 1995, Jack Barnette and his son Mark Barnette engaged John Ehrlichman, White House Counsel on Domestic Affairs to President Richard Nixon, to collaborate with them on a film project to tell the inside story of those working in the White House during the Watergate scandal that ultimately brought down the Nixon presidency. The project culminated in long and short versions of the video documentary In the Eye of the Storm, hosted by author Tom Clancy, the video production An Evening with Ehrlichman at London University, and video footage of Bob Woodward’s interview of Ehrlichman. Nearly half of Series V. Audiovisual is comprised of video-recorded depositions from John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin's Press, a lawsuit brought by the Deans over Len Colodny's book on Watergate, Silent Coup. The remainder of the series includes production media for In the Eye of the Storm, comprised of original interviews with people involved in the Watergate scandal, an interview with John Ehrlichman by Bob Woodward, interviews with Ehrlichman by Tom Clancy, the London production An Evening with John Ehrlichman, the Boca Raton, Florida production Watergate Revisited, footage of Tom Clancy's narration, video transfers of John Ehrlichman's home movies, soundtrack and score media, and footage purchased from NARA and other sources.