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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:  Arthur K. Bolton Scrapbooks 
Creator:  Bolton, Arthur K. (Arthur Key), 1922-1997
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Abstract:  Arthur K. Bolton served as the fiftieth attorney general of the State of Georgia (1965-1981). The scrapbooks contain clippings, photographs, certificates and other ephemera related to his life and career.
Collection Title:  Max Cleland Papers, Series I. Constituent Services 
Creator:  Cleland, Max, 1942-
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Abstract:  Cleland represented Georgia in the U.S. Senate (1997-2002), with previous service as a Georgia state senator, head of the Veterans Administration, and Georgia Secretary of State. Series I. Constituent Services contains correspondence between Max Cleland and his constituents about the wide variety of issues that concerned them.
Collection Title:  Richard B. Russell Library Oral History Documentary Collection, OHD 017 Martha Zoller 
Creator:  Holmes, Callie
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Abstract:  Over two interviews, Martha Zoller discusses her radio show, her conservative leanings, and her campaign for the US House of Representatives in 2010.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 125 Nan Orrock 
Creator:  Orrock, Nan.
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Abstract:  Senator Nan Orrock was elected by Atlanta voters to the Georgia Senate in 2006, after serving ten terms in the House of Representatives, where she was the first woman elected as House majority whip. She also served as the Governor’s Floor Leader, a committee chair, and a member of the Speaker’s Policy Committee. Her Senate District 36 encompasses downtown Atlanta, stretching north to Lenox Square, south to the city limits and west to the MARTA north-south line. Orrock discusses her early work in the civil rights movement, her time in the legislature, and the nature of party politics in Georgia.
Collection Title:  American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia Records 
Creator:  American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia.
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Abstract:  The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Georgia is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1963 that is focused on protecting civil liberties in the state of Georgia. The records document their litigation and lobbying work, the subjects that they are concerned with, and their daily operations and include correspondence, case files, research files, and publications. Common subjects include the criminal justice system, freedom of religion, freedom of speech and assembly, LGBT rights, open government, racial discrimination, and student and juvenile rights.