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Collection Title:  Jacob L. Goldstein Papers 
Creator:  Goldstein, Jacob L., 1923-2013.
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Abstract:  Jacob L. Goldstein (1923-2013) was a community leader and businessman in Milledgeville, Georgia. His papers document his civic involvement as well as his military career.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 044 Bobby Rowan 
Creator:  Rowan, Robert A., 1935-
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Abstract:  In 1962, Rowan ran a successful campaign for the Georgia Senate. He was the youngest senator at the time. In 1974, he made an unsuccessful bid for governor. In 1989, he ran successfully for public service commissioner, and retired in 1994. Rowan discusses his campaigns, his service in the state legislature, his experiences with other legislators and politicians, the mental health system in Georgia, and how his personal life has affected his politics.
Collection Title:  Stovall and McKay Family Papers 
Creator:  Stovall family
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Abstract:  The Stovall and McKay Family Papers document Walter Louis and Alice Woodliff Stovall, and their children: Walter Louis, Jr., James Edwin, Mary Katherine, Sarah Elizabeth, Martha Woodliff, and George Woodliff. The majority of the collection is correspondence between the three girls and their parents and document their daily lives. Also, there are letters between George and his wife, Martha McKay, during his service in the Air Corps during World War II. A small amount of correspondence from George and Martha’s son, Walter L. Stovall III and his wife Charlayne Hunter (Gault) discuss their controversial biracial marriage and the birth of their daughter. The McKay papers belonged to Martha McKay and her brother Wright Judson McKay. The majority of her files are related to the Sub-Debs, a women’s civic club, established in 1934. There is also scrapbook about J. E. Mathis, McKay’s maternal grandfather.