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Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 121 Rusty Paul 
Creator:  Paul, Russell K. (Rusty)
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Abstract:  Rusty Paul grew up in the Birmingham, Alabama, area during the 1950s and 60s. He has worked in journalism as a newspaper and radio reporter, chaired the Republican Party in Georgia, and served as a state senator in the Georgia General Assembly. In this interview, Paul discusses his childhood and early interest in politics growing up in segregated Birmingham, as well as his varied career. He gives an overview of his work as Georgia Chair of the Republican Party, Georgia senator, and city councilman in Stone Mountain and Sandy Springs. Other topics include the decision to change the Georgia state flag and the rise of the Republican Party.
Collection Title:  James F. (Jim) Martin Papers 
Creator:  Martin, James Francis (Jim), 1945-
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Abstract:  Jim Martin is a lawyer who served in the Georgia House of Representatives (1983-2001) and is known for his advocacy work. His papers document his entire career, with the majority related to his service in the Georgia House of Representatives, and include legislative and subject files. Common subjects include the criminal justice system, education, health care, and programs to support children, the elderly, and the poor.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 140 Eva Galambos 
Creator:  Galambos, Eva Cohn.
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Abstract:  Eva Galambos has served as mayor of Sandy Springs since 2005. She is a retired economist specializing in urban finance and labor economics. She has also served as an arbitrator resolving disputes between labor and management. Galambos has been deeply involved in the founding and development of Sandy Springs. She was president of Committee for Sandy Springs from 1975-2005, leading the effort to incorporate Sandy Springs. She is a co-founder and former secretary of Sandy Springs Revitalization and founder of Sandy Springs Clean and Beautiful. Galambos discusses her time as a journalist, her experience with the founding of Sandy Springs, and her work as mayor.
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.