William Armstrong Smith PapersWilliam Armstrong Smith Papers

William Armstrong Smith Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: William Armstrong Smith Papers
Creator: Smith, William Armstrong, 1914-1996.
Dates: 1966-1978
Extent: 52.0 boxes (18 linear feet), including 188 photographs
Collection Number: RBRL/007/WAS
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: William Armstrong Smith was a Georgia state senator from the 34th District (Fulton County), from 1966 to 1974. During this time, Smith introduced various bills, served on and/or chaired numerous senate committees, and actively supported the development of the Republican Party in Georgia. The collection documents his career and to a lesser degree his campaigns as well as his continued interest in legislative matters after his senate career ended (1975-1978). The majority of the collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial records, and legislative bills. There are approximately six linear feet of publication materials produced by various sources covering subjects such as education, insurance, transportation, and planning. Another important aspect of the collection is correspondence Smith created after his senate career with Georgia politicians. Correspondents include: Howard "Bo" Callaway, John J. Flynt, Jr., Wyche Fowler, Zell Miller, Sam Nunn, as well as United States Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

William Armstrong Smith was born in Brookline, Massachusetts on March 30, 1914, to William Henry Smith and Josephine McIntosh Smith. In 1936 he graduated with a degree in chemistry from Northeastern University. He made his career in paint manufacturing, first working as a chemist for Frank Bownes Company in Chelsea (Massachusetts) from 1936 to 1941, and then he moved to Brunswick (Georgia), where he served as vice-president of Dixie Paint and Varnish Company from 1941 to 1952. During this time, Smith also acted as president of the William Armstrong Smith Company located in East Point (Georgia), and as president of the Reliance Chemical Company, Topeka (Kansas) and Richmond (California). Smith produced special paints used nationwide to mark roads. Although a noted industrialist, Smith dedicated much of his life to public service. He died on July 21, 1996 and was survived by his wife, Priscilla Smith and three children, Johanna Smith Roswell, Baker Smith, and Deborah Penner.

An active member of the Republican Party, Smith haphazardly entered politics in 1966 after being asked by the Republican Party to stand for the 34th District (Fulton County, Fairburn, East Point, and College Park) state senate seat after it was vacated by the departure of Fletcher Thompson. Smith held the seat from 1966 to 1974. One of only eight Republicans during the 1973-1974 term, Smith became senate minority leader. As a leader in Georgia's Republican Party, Smith was an instrumental factor in the construction of the party within the state, helping many new members get their start in politics (including Newt Gingrich and Paul Coverdell). He was also a leading member of the Fulton County Delegation and Republican Caucus. While in office, Smith championed various issues like the creation of public parks and the rights of the mentally infirm while taking a stand against the Equal Rights Amendment and the adoption of a commemorative day for Martin Luther King, Jr. He chaired and/or served on numerous senate committees and subcommittees, including but not limited to the Industry and Labor Committee; Equal Rights Amendment Committee; Economy, Reorganization and Efficiency in Government; Tourism Committee; Human Resources Committee; Senate Rules Committee; Law Enforcement Study Committee; Senate Investment Committee of Housing for Aged; Georgia Right to Life Committee; South Fulton Study Committee; Health and Welfare Commission; Expansion and Annexation; Senate Administrative Affairs Commission; Senate Commission Reform, Defense and Veterans Affairs, Appropriations, Banking and Finance; Rules, Temperance, University System of Georgia; Senate Administrative Affairs, and Vocational and Technical Education.

After he sold his paint company to Prismo International, Smith devoted himself to politics and land improvement in Georgia. He was a major actor in the development of Chattahoochee Industrial Park in Atlanta and the Stathmore subdivision in Coweta County. After his legislative career ended, Smith showed a continued interest in legislative matters through regular correspondence from 1975 to 1978 with Georgian (Howard (Bo) Callaway, John J. Flynt, Jr., Wyche Fowler, Zell Miller, Sam Nunn) and national politicians (Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, and Richard Nixon). In addition to his political and business activities, Smith was a board member of the DeKalb Christian Academy, elder emeritus at Westminster Presbyterian Church, and president of both the Southern Paint and Varnish Association and Associated Industries of Georgia.

Scope and Content

The materials document William Armstrong Smith's career as state senator from the 34th District (Fulton Co., GA), 1966-1974. During this time, Smith introduced various bills, served on and/or chaired numerous Senate committees, and actively supported the development of the Republican Party in Georgia. Documented to a lesser degree are his senate campaigns as well as his continued interest in legislative matters after his senate career ended (1975-1978). The papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial records, legislative bills, publications, and photographs. Approximately six linear feet of materials are publications produced by various sources covering subjects such as education, insurance, transportation, planning. After his senate career, Smith corresponded regularly with Georgia politicians, including: Howard (Bo) Callaway, John J. Flynt, Jr., Wyche Fowler, Miller, Nunn, as well as with Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon offering his opinions on proposed legislation and commenting on their conduct in office.

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are organized into seven series: I. General, II. Legislative Materials, III. Committee Materials, IV. Political and Campaign Materials, V. Correspondence, VI. Publications, and VII. Photographs. The bulk of the collection is organized chronologically, and further arranged alphabetically by subject.


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William Armstrong Smith Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

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Access Points

Correspondence.
Georgia--Politics and government--1951-
Legislative records.
Legislators--United States.
Photographs.
Political campaigns.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854-)
Smith, William Armstrong, 1914-1996.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. General

Extent: 5.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The General files Include publications, programs, calendars, and other manuscripts that are not directly related to the legislative, committee, or political materials. Materials are arranged alphabetically by subject.
BoxFolder
I.1 1Abortion and Birth Control, 1967-1973
I.1 2[Agriculture], 1972-1974
I.1 3[Air & Water Pollution], 1970-1971
I.1 4America's Future Text Books, 1966
I.1 5Arlington Schools, 1970-1971
I.1 6[Article, Sterilization code passes]
I.1 7Atlanta Airport, 1970
I.1 8Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 1967
I.1 9Attorney General [white label], 1971
I.1 10Cancer, 1968
I.1 11Capital Punishment, 1967-1973
I.1 12Cascade Heights, 1967
I.1 13Central State [yellow label], 1968
I.1 14China Report, 1970
I.1 15Christian Education, 1972
I.1 16Christian World Liberation Front
I.1 17Common Defense, 1968-1971
I.1 18Communism [yellow label], 1968-1969
I.1 19[The Concerned Presbyterian], 1974
I.1 20[Congressional Record Remarks-Lobotomy & Psychosurgery], 1972-1973
I.1 21Consolidation of Atlanta and Unincorporated Fulton Co., 1972-1973
Folder
mapcaseFulton County Census Tract [oversize map], 1970
BoxFolder
I.1 22Constructive Action
I.1 23[Consumer Protection], 1972
I.1 24Dan Smoot Report, 1966-1970
I.1 25Defense, 1969
I.1 26Drugs, 1970-1971
I.1 27Drunk Driving, 1967-1968
I.1 28Ecology, 1971
I.1 29Ecology, 1970-1971
BoxFolder
I.2 1Economics, 1969-1970
I.2 2Economic Reuse Potentials-The Fox Theater, 1974
I.2 3Editorials (viewpoint) [white label], 1971
I.2 4[Education], 1969-1974
I.2 5Education, 1966-1968
I.2 6Education (Folder 1 of 2), 1968-1972
I.2 7Education (Folder 2 of 2), 1966-1967
I.2 8Education 1971 [white label], 1968-1971
I.2 9[Education & Legislature-Miscellaneous], 1965-1970
I.2 10Family & Children Services, 1966
I.2 11Fatherhood, 1970
I.2 12[Financing Postsecondary Education], 1974
BoxFolder
I.3 1Firing Lane, 1968-1969
I.3 2Fluoridation, 1967-1972
I.3 3Fluoridation 1971 [white label], 1960-1973
I.3 4Ford Foundation Grants
I.3 5Forests, 1969
I.3 6Freedoms Foundation
I.3 7Gambling, 1967
I.3 8[Georgia Department of Community Development - Memo: Georgia Industrial Revenue Authorities], 1973
I.3 9[Georgia Education], 1972
I.3 10Georgia Institute of Technology 1971-71 [yellow label], 1969-1972
I.3 11Georgia State College 1970-71 [yellow label], 1969-1971
I.3 12Georgia World Congress Center [yellow label], 1972
I.3 13Government-State, 1970
I.3 14[Grand Jury Presentments, Henry County Superior Court], 1974
I.3 15Guns
I.3 16Invitations [white label], 1969
I.3 17Jekyll Island tape, 1971 December
I.3 18Juvenile Problems, 1971
I.3 19King Birthday, 1971-1972
I.3 20Liberty letter, 1966-1970
I.3 21[Marijuana], 1971
I.3 22Milledgeville, 1973
I.3 23[Miscellaneous], 1972-1973
I.3 24Miscellaneous books, publications, etc. [pink label], 1972-1973
I.3 25[Articles]
BoxFolder
I.4 1Ordinary, Office of 1967 [white label], 1967
I.4 2Osteopaths, 1967
I.4 3[Peachtree City], 1974
I.4 4Personal [white label], 1967-1968
I.4 5Personal [white label], 1971
I.4 6Pollution, 1965
I.4 7Pornography [yellow label], 1969
I.4 8[Press Release from Ron Abney], 1970
I.4 9Prisons, 1966-1971
I.4 10[Publication-Harper's Magazine-Atlanta: City of the Future], 1972 March
I.4 11Publicity Packet-General Assembly, 1974
I.4 12Publicity Pack, Fourth Quarter, 1973
I.4 13Race, 1968-1972
I.4 14Recreation - GA, 1967
I.4 15[Research reports on education in New York City], 1966-1968
I.4 16Riots student [yellow label], 1969-1970
I.4 17Senate News Releases [pink label], 1973-1974
I.4 18Spewrell Dam, 1973-1974
I.4 19South Fulton Matters, 1966-1967
BoxFolder
I.5 1State Department, 1967
I.5 2State Parks, 1972
I.5 3[State Senate Memorandums], 1974
I.5 4Steaks, 1970-1971
I.5 5Stone Mountain, 1970
I.5 6Sweetwater [yellow label], 1968-1973
I.5 7Temperance [green label], 1969-1970
I.5 8Together, 1969
I.5 9Traffic Safety, 1966-1970
I.5 1020th Century Reformation Hour, 1965-1969
I.5 11Uniform Time, 1967
I.5 12United Nations, 1967
I.5 13University of Georgia Collective Bargaining Seminar 1970 [yellow label], 1970
I.5 14U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1970
I.5 15[Vacation Planning Kit], 1971
I.5 16Vietnam, 1971
I.5 17Vocational Rehabilitation, 1966-1967
I.5 18Welfare, 1970-1971
I.5 19World Congress Center 1973 [Pink Label], 1972-1973
I.5 20[Georgia Senate Session & Misc. General Assembly Information], 1973
 

II. Legislative Materials

Extent: 9.0 boxes (3.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of legislative files from Smith's service in the Georgia General Assembly as a senator from the 34th District (Fulton County), and as the Senate Minority Leader (1973-1974). The legislative series includes materials that assisted Smith with monitoring legislative issues, researching and writing legislation, voting records of individual legislation, as well as supervising committees and members in the Georgia Senate. Topics address a wide variety of legislative matters from taxes to equal rights. Constituent mail concerning items of legislation is also included in this series. Materials are arranged alphabetically by subject.
BoxFolder
II.1 1Abortion Bill (H.B. no.281) [white label], 1968
II.1 2[Ad Valorem Tax], 1974
II.1 3Annexation [white label], 1972
II.1 4Appropriations [white label], 1971
II.1 5A. Smith [Legislative materials], 1973
II.1 6Atlanta, City of 1968 [white label], 1966-1968
II.1 7Atlanta (City of) 1970 [white label], 1969-1970
II.1 8Atlanta Teachers [white label], 1971
II.1 9Automobile Tax [white label], 1967-1968
II.1 10[Banking Legislation], 1973
II.1 11Banking & Finance 1967 [white label], 1967-1968
II.1 12Bills and Resolutions, 1970-1972
II.1 13California Smog Bill by State Senator Nicholas C. Petris, 1968
II.1 14Child Development 1972 [white label], 1972
II.1 15Consolidation, 1964-1967
II.1 16Consolidation-Atl-Fulton [Atlanta-Fulton] County [white label], 1970
II.1 17Consolidation [white label], 1971
II.1 18Cosmetology [yellow label]
II.1 19Cosmetology Act [white label], 1969
II.1 20Day Care Centers for retarded [white label], 1970
II.1 21Daylight Savings Time 1967 [white label], 1967-1968
II.1 22Divine Theory Legislation SB276, 1974 Creation [pink label], 1973-1974
BoxFolder
II.2 1Drug Abuse, 1971
II.2 2[Drunk Driving Legislation] (folder 1 of 3), 1967
II.2 3[Drunk Driving Legislation] (folder 2 of 3), 1967
II.2 4[Drunk Driving Legislation] (folder 3 of 3), 1967
II.2 5Economic Opportunity-Atlanta, 1966
II.2 6Education [white label], 1967-1968
II.2 7Education [white label], 1969
II.2 8[Education], 1973-1974
II.2 9[Education Legislation], 1974
II.2 10Elections (Municipal) [white label], 1969
II.2 11Electronic Bugging [white label], 1967
II.2 12ERA [white label], 1972-1974
II.2 13Ethics [pink label], 1974
BoxFolder
II.3 1Fayette County Correspondence 1973 [pink label], 1973-1974
II.3 2Fire Bill File, 1973
II.3 3Fiscal Note Bill, 1966
II.3 4Fluoridation [white label], 1969
II.3 5Fulton County [white label], 1969
II.3 6Fulton County [white label], 1967-1968
II.3 7Fulton County Bills, 1966-1968
II.3 8Fulton County Family Children Services [white label], 1972
II.3 9[Fulton County Legislation]
II.3 10Fulton County Schools 1973 [pink label], 1972-1973
II.3 11Gasoline Dealers Bill H.B. 1394, 1973 [pink label], 1972-1973
II.3 12Gasoline Tax [white label], 1971
II.3 13Georgia Art Commission [white label], 1970
II.3 14Georgia School Boards Association [yellow label], 1971
II.3 15[Georgia Senate-Legislation], 1974
II.3 16Gun Bill, 1967-1969
II.3 17Health & Welfare [white label], 1969
II.3 18Highways, 1967-1972
II.3 19Homestead Exemption HR 209-579 [white label], 1969
II.3 20Hosp. Auth. Law [Hospital Authorization Law]
II.3 21Hotel Tax, HB 1027, 1028, 1029 1968 [white label], 1968
II.3 22H.B. 653 (Status of Women) 1967 [white label], 1967-1968
II.3 23HB 74, 1971, 1970-1971
II.3 24HB 1 (Reorganization) [white label], 1971
II.3 25HB 84 (Umbrella Bill) [white label], 1971
II.3 26HB 1070, Erosion, 1974
II.3 27HB 164, 1974
II.3 28HB 680 Industry & Labor Committee 1974 [pink label], 1974
II.3 29HB 841 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.3 30HB 1286 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.3 31HB 1355 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.3 32HB 1431 Ind. & Lab Comm [Industry and Labor Committee] [pink label], 1974
II.3 33HB 1696 Ind. & Labor Committee [Industry and Labor Committee][pink label], 1974
II.3 34House Bill 1115 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1973
BoxFolder
II.4 1[Housing for the Aged], 1973
II.4 2HR 505 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.4 3Industry and Labor Committee SR 89 [pink label], undated
II.4 4Industry & Labor Committee SR 148 [pink label], 1973
II.4 5Industry & Labor Committee Senate Bill 202 [pink label], 1973
II.4 6Industry & Labor Committee Senate Bill 234 [pink label], 1973
II.4 7Industry & Labor Committee SB 267 Correspondence [pink label], 1973
II.4 8Industry & Labor Committee Senate Bill 284 [pink label], 1973
II.4 9Industry & Labor Committee Senate Bill 299 Correspondence [yellow label], 1973
II.4 10Industry & Labor Committee House Bill 265 [pink label], 1973
II.4 11Industry & Labor Committee HB 533 [yellow label], 1973
II.4 12Industry & Labor Committee HB 543 [pink label], 1973
II.4 13Industry & Labor Committee House Bill 720 [pink label], 1973
II.4 14Industry & Labor Committee H.B. 703 [pink label], 1973
II.4 15Industry & Labor Committee House Bill 153 [pink label], 1970-1974
II.4 16Industry & Labor Committee SB 77 Correspondence Right to Work [pink label], 1973
II.4 17Industry & Labor Committee SB 602 [pink label], 1974
II.4 18Industry & Labor Committee SB 634 [pink label], 1974 undated
II.4 19Industry & Labor Committee SB 656, 1974
II.4 20Insurance (H.B. No. 295) [white label], 1967
II.4 21Insurance (Senate Bill 474) [white label], 1972
II.4 22Labor, 1965-1968
II.4 23[Legislation], 1973-1974
II.4 24Legislative, 1969-1970
II.4 25[Legislation Analysis, HB 78]
BoxFolder
II.5 1[Legislative Materials], 1967-1971
II.5 2Legislative Outlook Chamber of Commerce [white label], 1967
II.5 3Legislation passed, 1968
II.5 4Legislation Passed, 1973, 1973
II.5 5Lie Detector Bill [white label], 1969
II.5 6Loan Legislation [white label], 1972
II.5 7Mandatory Seat Belt Legislation 1974 [pink label], 1972-1973
II.5 8Marta [white label], 1971
II.5 9Mental Health [white label], 1969
II.5 10Mental Retardation [white label], 1971
II.5 11Miscellaneous [white label], 1967-1968
II.5 12Miscellaneous Bills [white label], 1967-1968
II.5 13Miscellaneous Bills [white label], 1969-1971
II.5 14Miscellaneous (E. Shaw) [pink label], 1970
II.5 15Miscellaneous Legislation [white label], 1971
II.5 16Miscellaneous Legislation [white label], 1972
II.5 17Motor Vehicle Liens [white label], 1969
II.5 18National Legislative Conference [white label], 1973
BoxFolder
II.6 1[News from the Georgia Senate], 1974
II.6 2Nixon SR-74, 1973
II.6 3No Fault Insurance [white label], 1973-1974
II.6 4No Fault Insurance [pink label], 1973-1974
II.6 5Optometrist Bill, 1967
II.6 6Osteopaths [white label], 1967-1968
II.6 7Payroll Tax [white label], 1967
II.6 8Pensions [white label], 1969
II.6 9Pollution [white label], 1971
II.6 10Pollution (Air) [white label], 1971
II.6 11Pollution [white label], 1972
II.6 12Power Bill Correspondence House Bill 2 [pink label], 1973
II.6 13Private Schools [white label], 1970
II.6 14Professional People Incorporated [white label], 1970
II.6 15[Property Tax], 1973
II.6 16Proposed Constitutional Amend. [Amendment]
II.6 17Proposed legislation on Mentally Retarded Sterilization SB 603, 1973-1974
II.6 18Railroad Lease [white label], 1967
II.6 19Rapid transit, 1966-1967
II.6 20Raw Milk Bill [white label], 1972
II.6 21Real Estate [white label], 1967-1968
II.6 22[Response to Executive Reorganization Plan of 1972], 1971
II.6 23Resolutions [white label]
II.6 24[Resolutions - City of Atlanta], 1972
II.6 25Retirement & Pension Funds (Invest in Real Estate), 1970
II.6 26Rural Electric Bill [white label], 1972
II.6 27Salary Bills, 1968
BoxFolder
II.7 1Sales Tax [white label], 1967-1968
II.7 2Scenic Rivers Bill [white label], 1972
II.7 3Senator Armstrong Smith (Folder 1 of 2) [pink label], 1971
II.7 4Senator Armstrong Smith (Folder 2 of 2), 1971
II.7 5SB 19, 1968-1974
II.7 6[Senate Bill 629 Committee Substitute]
II.7 7S.B. 164 - Private Emp. Agencies 1971 [white label], 1971
II.7 8SB 554 Castration Bill 1974, 1970-1974
II.7 9SB 586 Ten Commandments, 1974
II.7 10SB 442 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], [empty], 1974
II.7 11SR 4 Ind. [Industry] & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 12SB 6 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 13SB 7 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 14SB 8 Industry & Labor Committee, 1974 [pink label], 1971-1973
II.7 15SB 279 Bingo Bill, 1973-1974
II.7 16SB 302 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1973
II.7 17SB 350 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 18SB 437 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 19SB 602 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 20Senate Bill 188 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 21Senate and House Members, Georgia Legislature [white Label], 1969-1973
II.7 22Senate Reform Movement [pink label], 1972-1973
II.7 23Senate Resolution 264 Industry & Labor Committee [pink label], 1974
II.7 24Smith Bills 276, 277, 278, 303, 1973
II.7 25South Fulton Industrial Area [white label], 1971
BoxFolder
II.8 1Status of Women (folder 1 of 2), 1967-1968
II.8 2Status of Women (folder 2 of 2), 1967-1968
II.8 3Sterilization [white label] (folder 1 of 2), 1973-1974
II.8 4Sterilization [white label] (folder 2 of 2), 1973-1974
II.8 5Sunday Business Law (H.B. 468) [white label], 1967-1968
II.8 6Sweetwater Mill Creek Purchase HR 228-664 [white label], 1969
II.8 7Taxation [white label], 1969
II.8 8Taxation [white label], 1969-1970
II.8 9Taxes (H.B. 162) [white label], 1969
II.8 10Taxes [white label], 1971
II.8 11Tax information [yellow label], 1969
II.8 12Teachers Pension & Retirement, 1968
II.8 13Trading Stamp Legislation [white label], 1970
II.8 14Traffic & Safety [white label], 1968
II.8 15Trailers (Mobile Homes) [white label], 1971
II.8 16[Transportation], 1971-1974
II.8 17Trucking Industry Legislation-Proposed & Passed 1973-74 [white label](folder 1 of 3), 1974
II.8 18Trucking Industry Legislation-Proposed & Passed 1973-74 [white label](folder 2 of 3), 1974
II.8 19Trucking Industry Legislation-Proposed & Passed 1973-74 [white label](folder 3 of 3), 1974
BoxFolder
II.9 1Truth in Lending Bill [white label], 1969
II.9 2Unemployment Compensation [white label], 1968
II.9 3Veterans Affairs, 1967-1969
II.9 4Veterans, Georgia State Department [white label], 1969
II.9 5Voter Registration SB 553, 1974, 1972-1974
II.9 6[Western and Atlantic Railroad]
II.9 7Wine, Excise Tax H.B. 104 [white label], 1969
II.9 814 Foot Trailers [white label], 1972
II.9 9Legislation on Student Riots-Various States (folder 1 of 3), 1969
II.9 10Legislation on Student Riots - Various States (folder 2 of 3), 1969
II.9 11Legislation on Student Riots - Various States (folder 3 of 3), 1969
 

III. Committee Materials

Extent: 8.0 boxes (3.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists mainly of materials from Smith's service in various senate committees and subcommittees while a member of the Georgia Senate. Listings of committee members, committee reports, programs, and calendars, as well as minor correspondence concerning committee activities. Materials are arranged alphabetically by subject.
BoxFolder
III.1 1Advisory Com. [Committee] On Inter-Government Relations, 1968
III.1 2Alcoholism & Alcoholic Beverage Tax Study Committee [white label], 1969
III.1 3American Assoc. of Univ. Women [American Association of University Women], 1966
III.1 4Appropriations Committee 1973 [pink label], 1972-1973
III.1 5Art Committee [white label], 1967
III.1 6Assorted Industries of GA [Georgia], 1964-1966
III.1 7[Atlanta Charter Commission], 1972
III.1 8Atlanta, City of, 1966-1972
III.1 9Atlanta Public Schools Teachers' Assoc. [Association], 1966
III.1 10Atlanta School Board, 1965-1970
III.1 11Baptist Tower Fire, 1972-1973
III.1 12Chattahoochee River, Georgia Commission for, 1967
III.1 13[Citizens Committee on the Georgia General Assembly], 1973
III.1 14Citizens Council, 1966-1973
III.1 15Clayton County Municipal Ass. [Association], 1967
III.1 16[Community Action Agencies], 1973
III.1 17Com. For Const. Govt. [Committee for a Constitutional Government]
III.1 18Community Relations Com. [Committee], 1971
III.1 19Comprehensive Health Planning in Georgia, Winter, [1974]
III.1 20Council of State Govts. [Governments], 1967-1970
III.1 21Crime, 1966-1969
BoxFolder
III.2 1Deaf Georgia Association [yellow label], 1969
III.2 2Defense & Veterans Affairs Committee 1973 [pink label], 1972-1973
III.2 3[Departmental Budget Information], 1973-1974
III.2 4Department of Human Resources 1973 [pink label], 1972-1974
III.2 5Department of Natural Resources Georgia Heritage Trust [pink label], 1973
III.2 6Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee (folder 1 of 2), 1973-1974
III.2 7Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee (folder 2 of 2), 1973-1974
III.2 8Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee - DHR Budget Hearing], [1973]
III.2 9[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee - DHR-Mental Health], 1973-1974
III.2 10[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee - DHR-Organizational Plan 1972], 1973
III.2 11[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Commission - Human Resources], 1971-1974
BoxFolder
III.3 1[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee - Human Rescources - Mentally Retarded Issues], 1974
III.3 2[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee, Minority Report], [1974]
III.3 3[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Committee - Minutes], [1973 September 5]
III.3 4[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government - Human Resources], 1971-1974
III.3 5[Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government Report], [1974 January]
III.3 6ER&G Smith of 34th [blue label], 1973-1974
III.3 7Smith- Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government [Economy Reorganization, and Efficiency in Government] Committee 1973 [white label] (folder 1 of 2), 1971-1974
III.3 8Smith - Economy, Re-organization and Efficiency in Government [Economy Reorganization, and Efficiency in Government] Committee 1973 [white label] (folder 2 of 2), 1973-1974
III.3 9Free Society Association, 1965-1969
III.3 10Fulton County-Atlanta Joint Planning Board [yellow label], 1973
III.3 11Fulton County Delegation, 1973
BoxFolder
III.4 1Fulton County Delegation 1973 (folder 1 of 2) [pink label], 1973-1974
III.4 2Fulton County Delegation 1973 (folder 2 of 2) [pink label], 1971-1973
III.4 3Fulton Delegation-Pension Funds: City of Atlanta, 1973
III.4 4[Fulton County-Miscellaneous] (folder 1 of 2), 1971-1972
III.4 5[Fulton County-Miscellaneous] (folder 2 of 2), 1972
III.4 6Fulton County Senate Delegation, 1966-1969
III.4 7Fulton County Study (folder 1 of 2) [yellow label], 1972
III.4 8Fulton County Study (folder 2 of 2) [yellow label], 1972
III.4 9G.A.E. [Georgia Assocociation of Education] [white label], 1972
BoxFolder
III.5 1GA Com. On Aging [Georgia Committee on Aging], 1966-1967
III.5 2[Georgia Consumer Services], 1971
III.5 3[Georgia Heritage Trust Briefing Books], 1974
III.5 4Georgia Municipal Association [white label], 1967
III.5 5GA Municipal Assoc. [Georgia Municipal Association], 1966-1967
III.5 6[Georgia Organized Crime Prevention Council], 1974
III.5 7Georgia Retail Association [white label], 1973
III.5 8[Georgia Safety Council], 1973
III.5 9Georgia School Board Association, 1966-1967
III.5 10Gov's Reorg Plan [Governor's reorganization plan] [white label], 1972
III.5 11Grand Juries Association, 1966
III.5 12Health & Welfare Committee [pink label], 1972
III.5 13Highway Committee [white label], 1967
III.5 14[Human Resources], 1972
III.5 15Human Resources [white label], 1973
III.5 16[Indigent Defense Needs - Criminal Justice Committee - State Bar of Georgia], 1973
III.5 17Industry and Labor [white label], 1973
III.5 18Industry and Labor Committee, 1974 [pink label] (folder 1 of 2), 1973-1974
III.5 19Industry and Labor Committee [pink label] (folder 2 of 2), 1974
III.5 20Industry & Labor Committee-Minutes & Memos, 1973-74 [pink label], 1973
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III.6 1Law Enforcement Study Commission (folder 1 of 4), 1972-1974
III.6 2Law Enforcement Study Commission-Student Mobilization Committee (folder 2 of 4), 1971
III.6 3Law Enforcement Study Commission (folder 3 of 4), 1974-1975
III.6 4Law Enforcement Study Commission (folder 4 of 4), 1973-1974
III.6 5[Law Enforcement Study Committee] (folder 1 of 3), 1974
III.6 6[Law Enforcement Study Committee] (folder 2 of 3), 1974
III.6 7[Law Enforcement Study Committee] [White label] (folder 3 of 3), 1974
III.6 8Legal Counsel, Office of [white label], 1967
III.6 9Legislative Service Committee, 1966-1967
III.6 10[Marta Overview Committee], 1973
III.6 11Master File- Industry & Labor Committee 1973-74 [pink label], 1971-1974
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III.7 1Mental Health, 1967-1968
III.7 2Mental Retardation [yellow label], 1969
III.7 3[Metropolitan Airport Commission], 1966-1969
III.7 4Metropolitan Atlanta Commission [white label], 1967
III.7 5N.A.M. [National Association of Manufacturers] [yellow label]
III.7 6National Society of State Legislators
III.7 7Pensions, 1968
III.7 8People Problems [yellow label] [Legislative Services Committee], 1971-1973
III.7 9Planning [white label], 1971
III.7 10Prison Industries (revolving fund) [white label], 1967
III.7 11[Public Opinion & Anti-American Sentiment], 1964-1973
III.7 12Reorganization State Government 1970 [yellow label], 1971
III.7 13Riots-Student uprisings [white label], 1969
III.7 14Rules Committee [white label], 1973
III.7 15Rules Committee Files (Smith's) [pink label], 1973-1974
III.7 16Senate Administrative Affairs Committee, 1973-1974
III.7 17Senate Committee - Collections, 1967
III.7 18Senate Committee Reform [white label], 1974
III.7 19Senate Investigating Committee [yellow label], 1967
III.7 20Senate Tourism Committee (Fox Theater) [white label], 1974
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III.8 1[Senate Urban Areas Law Enforcement Study Committee], 1973-1974
III.8 2Sex Education [yellow label], 1968-1971
III.8 3South Fulton County Civic Clubs, 1970
III.8 4South Fulton Study Committee [yellow label] (folder 1 of 2), 1970-1972
III.8 5South Fulton Study Committee [yellow label] (folder 2 of 2), 1970-1971
III.8 6[State Crime Commission], 1974
III.8 7Symposium on Alcohol and the Driver, 1967
III.8 8Tourism [yellow label], 1968-1970
III.8 9University Committee [pink label], 1974
III.8 10University System, 1971-1972
III.8 11University System, 1972-1974
III.8 12Victimless Crime Study Committee [yellow label], 1972
III.8 13Victimless Crime Committee [white label], 1973
 

IV. Political and Campaign Materials

Extent: 3.0 boxes (1.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists chiefly of materials relating to Smith's senate campaigns. Materials document the activities of communicating Smith's view on various issues and position through speeches, press releases, and newspaper columns. The series also includes materials Smith collected on organizing and operating a political campaign. The bulk of this series concentrates on the later years of Smith's senate career.
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IV.1 1Active voters, 1966-1967
IV.1 2Agnew, 1970
IV.1 3Callaway-Bo, 1970
IV.1 4Campaign, 1970-1973
IV.1 5Campaign [yellow label], 1968-1970
IV.1 6Campaign [yellow label], 1972
IV.1 7Campaign 1974, 1973-1974
IV.1 8Campaign [white label], 1974
IV.1 9Campaign [white label], 1974
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IV.2 1Campaign Info (folder 1 of 2), 1967-1968
IV.2 2Campaign Info (folder 2 of 2), 1968
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mapcaseFulton County [oversize maps]
mapcasePrecinct Map - City of College Park [oversize map], 1968
mapcaseReapportioned map for Georgia State Senate [oversize map], 1968
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Mapcase1Voting results for the general elections Fulton Co. [oversize removed from Campaign Info folder 2 of 2], 1966
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IV.2 3Campaign Materials, 1966
IV.2 4[Campaign Materials], 1974
IV.2 5Capitol Hill Club, 1968-1969
IV.2 6Democratic Party, 1967-1968
IV.2 7Election Board Laws, 1966-1967
IV.2 8Election Changes-Proposals, 1967-1968
IV.2 9Invitations to Dinner Parties, etc. [pink Label], 1972-1974
IV.2 10[Article, Republican Endorsement], 1966
IV.2 11Nixon, 1970
IV.2 12[Party Registration]
IV.2 13Political, 1961-1972
IV.2 14Political Org. & Campaign Material, 1966
IV.2 15Reagan, 1969
IV.2 16Reapportionment, 1967-1971
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IV.3 1Reapportionment - Baker Smith, 1968-1971
IV.3 2Republican, 1969-1971
IV.3 3Republican Caucus [white label], 1973-1974
IV.3 4Republican Party [white label], 1967
IV.3 5Republican Party [pink label], 1973-1974
IV.3 6Rep. [Republican] Party Fulton County, 1965-1968
IV.3 7Rep. [Republican] Party of Georgia, 1967
IV.3 8[Rules of the Republican Party], 1973-1975
IV.3 9Speech Materials - Session [yellow label], 1972
IV.3 10Socialist Labor Party, 1967
IV.3 11State Republican Newspaper "The Trumpet" [pink label], 1973
IV.3 12Success, 1967-1968
IV.3 13Votomatic, 1966
IV.3 141966 Governor Race, 1966-1967
 

V. Correspondence

Extent: 4.0 boxes (1.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Includes some constituent correspondence concerning Smith's activities in the senate, from legislation to committee work, as well as constituent petitions for assistance on various matters. This series also has Smith's correspondence with various Georgia politicians, including: Callaway, Flynt, Fowler, Miller, Nunn, as well as with Presidents Carter, Ford and Nixon, offering his opinions on proposed legislation and commenting on their conduct in office.
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V.1 1American Taxpayers Assoc. [Association] [white label], 1970-1971
V.1 2Annexation [white label], 1967
V.1 3A. Smith, 1971-1972
V.1 4Cedar Grove, 1970
V.1 5Congressman Fletcher Thompson [yellow label], 1967-1972
V.1 6[Correspondence], 1972-1974
V.1 7Equal Rights Amendment Correspondence [pink label], 1972
V.1 8Fluoridation Correspondence [pink label], 1964-1972
V.1 9Fulton County Courts [yellow label], 1971
V.1 10GA Tech [Georgia Institute of Technology], 1967
V.1 11Grady Memorial Hospital, 1966
V.1 12League of Women Voters, 1966
V.1 13Legislative [yellow label] (folder 1 of 2), 1970-1971
V.1 14Legislative [yellow label] (folder 2 of 2), 1970-1971
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V.2 1Legislative [yellow label] (folder 1 of 3), 1972
V.2 2Legislative [yellow label] (folder 2 of 3), 1972
V.2 3Legislative [yellow label] (folder 3 of 3), 1972
V.2 4Legislative Correspondence [white label] (folder 1 of 2), 1976-1978
V.2 5Legislative Correspondence [white label] (folder 2 of 2), 1976-1977
V.2 6Legislative Correspondence [white label] (folder 1 of 2), 1973
V.2 7Legislative Correspondence [white label] (folder 2 of 2), 1973
V.2 8Legislative Retirement, 1967
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V.3 1Letters, 1964-1971
V.3 2Lyrics Printed on Records [white label], 1968
V.3 3McIntyre, 1970-1971
V.3 4Miscellaneous [white label], 1969-1970
V.3 5Miscellaneous Correspondence [pink label], 1973
V.3 6Miscellaneous Correspondence [Pink label] (folder 1 of 2), 1973
V.3 7Miscellaneous Correspondence [Pink label] (folder 2 of 2), 1972-1973
V.3 8Miscellaneous Correspondence [pink label], 1974
V.3 9Nurses, 1966-1969
V.3 10Pages 1968 [white label], 1967-1968
V.3 11Pages for Senator Smith 1973 [pink label], 1969-1974
V.3 12Pardons and Paroles Board [yellow label], 1970-1971
V.3 13P.O.W. [Prisoners of War], 1971
V.3 14Rivers, 1967
V.3 15Russell - U.S. Senator, 1967-1970
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V.4 1Senate Pages [yellow label], 1971
V.4 2Senator Armstrong Smith Personal Correspondence [pink label], 1972-1974
V.4 3Southern Railway, 1966
V.4 4Talmadge, 1967-1971
V.4 5[To be answered], 1972-1975
V.4 6[To be filed], 1971-1973
V.4 7Legislative Session Publicity, Clippings, 1973
V.4 81974-1975 Political Correspondence [white label] (folder 1 of 3), 1975-1976
V.4 91974-1975 Political Correspondence [white label] (folder 2 of 3), 1973-1976
V.4 101974-1975 Political Correspondence [white label] (folder 3 of 3), 1973-1976
V.4 11Political Correspondence, 1964-1979
 

VI. Publications

Extent: 6.0 boxes
Scope and Content: This series contains materials that Smith collected on a wide variety of subjects. He probably used it as a source for speeches, as well as study for pending legislation. This group of materials includes publicity releases, newspaper articles, state and government agency publications, as well as brochures printed as publicity by different companies and organizations.
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VI.1 1Community Colleges and occupational education
VI.1 2Fed. In 1973: System under stress, 1973
VI.1 3Simplicity: key to survival
VI.1 4Electronics and appliance dealer repair law
VI.1 5Rules and regulations
VI.1 6Profile of local government
VI.1 7Time-urban guerrillas
VI.1 8Look to the north: Canadian regional experience
VI.1 9NE Georgia Police Academy
VI.1 10Crime in nations five largest cities
VI.1 11Housing goal report, 1972
VI.1 12State Government - Land use
VI.1 13Report of government operations
VI.1 14Tax burden of state
VI.1 15Reorganization: program to save taxpayers money
VI.1 16American individualism
VI.1 17Police
VI.1 18Action program to prevent and control crime, 1974
VI.1 19Polly tics for the birds
VI.1 20Fluoridization
VI.1 21NH State house journal
VI.1 22All are created equal
VI.1 23Gambling
VI.1 24Modernizing State Constitutions
VI.1 25Motor vehicle insurance reform
VI.1 26Reapportionment in the 70s
VI.1 27suggested legislation, 1973
VI.1 28Dental and Medical aspect of fluoridation of water
VI.1 29Controlling potential hazards of government technology
VI.1 30Fluoridation: facts: answers to criticism
VI.1 31When doctors disagree: fluoridation
VI.1 32Saturday Review: Can Nixon stop arms race
VI.1 33Treatment & rehab of chronic alcohol court offenders
VI.1 3410 assoc in next decade
VI.1 35Statement of AIG
VI.1 36AIG program Jekyll Isle Conference
VI.1 37National Legislators Conference: 1974 policy positions, 1974
VI.1 38The energy problem
VI.1 39Report of select committee on campus disturbances
VI.1 40Which way Atlanta Research Atlanta
VI.1 41GA Progress, 1970
VI.1 42Atlanta Regional Committee
VI.1 43Report Engineering Experiment Station, 1972
VI.1 44University of Georgia Report, 1970-1971
VI.1 45Report of school tax revision study comm..
VI.1 46More ways to win
VI.1 47The candidate and press
VI.1 48Nixon-Agnew ad
VI.1 49ABCs of politics
VI.1 50Directory of GA municipal officials, 1974
VI.1 51Experiments in police improvement
VI.1 52Government commission on planned growth
VI.1 53Report Georgia Department of Labor, 1973
VI.1 54Fulton County Delegation request to General Assembly, 1974
VI.1 55Reports AIG, 1957
VI.1 56Fingerprinting Chemicals by mass spectrometry
VI.1 57New Mexico
VI.1 58Student industry plan of action
VI.1 59Department of offender rehab report, 1973-1974
VI.1 60Criminal code of Georgia
VI.1 61Georgia Courts survey of operations
VI.1 62Public authorities and special districts in Atlanta metro region
VI.1 63How to sell without working
VI.1 64Extended school services thru all day neighborhood schools
VI.1 65Higher horizons progress report, 1963
VI.1 66Demonstration guidance project, 1957-1962
VI.1 67Winding down inflation-the path ahead
VI.1 68Petroleum and the capital crunch
VI.1 69Policy rules and regulations - state board of pardons
VI.1 70Suggested state legislation, 1974
VI.1 71ERA and GA law
VI.1 72Changing Atlanta: population and housing
VI.1 73For the benefit of all mankind
VI.1 74Evaluation of ESEA Title I projects in NYC, 1967-1968
VI.1 75Nader vs. the consumer
VI.1 76Lookout they're planning to draft your daughter
VI.1 77Your city and tax dollars
VI.1 78Good enough vs. not enough
VI.1 79Metro: a socialist scheme to destroy self-government
VI.1 80There is a difference (between the political parties)
VI.1 81David Gambrell voter materials
VI.1 82American voters, 1972
VI.1 83Proceedings for Dental meeting
VI.1 84The new guard: why Barry Goldwater is running
VI.1 85Report Engineering Experiment Station, 1972
VI.1 86New Guard, (1964 September)
VI.1 87The case for state tuition assist. For GA Vietnam vets
VI.1 88Higher Education in States
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VI.2 1Socialist blueprint for control of school system
VI.2 2National Health Federation Bulletin, (1971 July-August)
VI.2 3National Health Federation Bulletin, (1971 October)
VI.2 4National Health Federation Bulletin, (1971 September)
VI.2 5National Health Federation Bulletin, (1972 January)
VI.2 6The tax reform, 1969
VI.2 713-13 Metro in your state
VI.2 8Report - Department of Family and Children Services, 1969
VI.2 9Georgia conference on education
VI.2 10The tide is turning
VI.2 11Report bureau of planning, 1970
VI.2 12Atlanta Federal story
VI.2 131971 supplements to school board members want to know, 1971
VI.2 14Charles Edison memorial youth fund
VI.2 15Industrial development trends and forecasts
VI.2 16The food problem in Georgia
VI.2 17Catholic directory of Georgia
VI.2 18Rebels without a cause
VI.2 19New approach to disposal of liquid waste
VI.2 20Hunger and malnutrition in Georgia
VI.2 21Extended view of public attitudes toward TV and other mass media, 1959-1971
VI.2 22Environmental decade and highway user
VI.2 23Summary of Georgia comprehensive law enforcement plan, 1971
VI.2 24Human resources Handbook, 1971-1972
VI.2 25Fluoridation
VI.2 26Consumer protection in states
VI.2 27The state and criminal justice
VI.2 28The American-Asian Educational Exchange
VI.2 29State Drug Abuse Control 31st Report on State Highway Department
VI.2 30Housing all Atlantans subsidy program
VI.2 31Economic impact of navigation plan along GA Rivers into interior towns from Atlantic
VI.2 32Report of senate committee on vocational tech. Education
VI.2 33GA project notification and review system procedure guide
VI.2 34Toward a national policy on aging
VI.2 35Atlanta transportation
VI.2 36Metro Atlanta And SE market
VI.2 37Atlanta: facts and figures guide
VI.2 38Forward Atlanta program
VI.2 39Atlanta Construction
VI.2 40Atlanta Education
VI.2 41Population housing, 1969
VI.2 42Fulton County report, 1969
VI.2 43State universities and black Americans
VI.2 44Report to congress on reducing fed contributions...
VI.2 45Water quality data-Atlanta Area
VI.2 46Georgia Water Quality control report, 1966
VI.2 47Guide to construction urban fringe development
VI.2 48Georgia project notification and review system procedures guide
VI.2 49Program of state policies and actions, undated
VI.2 50Rockefeller foundation quarterly 1, 1969
VI.2 51Rockefeller foundation quarterly 2, 1969
VI.2 52Directory of GA municipal officials
VI.2 53Task force: maintaining a quality environment in GA
VI.2 54Solid waste study for metro Atlanta
VI.2 55Proposed legislation for assembly, 1967
VI.2 56Progress, 1969
VI.2 57Money and local government
VI.2 58Legislative report to membership, 1971
VI.2 59Georgia scenic rivers report
VI.2 60Activities report Georgia natural areas council, 1970
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VI.3 1A Program to stop Atlanta traffic deaths
VI.3 2Research report-Atlanta Operations of the nations 500 largest firms
VI.3 3Sharing the state collected revenue with municipalities and locally imposed taxes
VI.3 4Building better government
VI.3 5Industrial survey of Georgia, 1966
VI.3 6Industrial survey of Georgia, 1969
VI.3 7Georgia board of corrections report, 1969-1970
VI.3 8Taxicab fees and regulatory controls in major U.S. and Georgia cities, 1967
VI.3 95 year operating revenues & expenditures for Atlanta, 1968-1972
VI.3 10General assembly legislative status report of stuff affecting Atlanta, 1968
VI.3 11Sharing of state collected revenue with municipalities and locally imposed taxes
VI.3 12Georgia state investment plan, 1970
VI.3 13Report of study of property valuation in state of Georgia, 1966
VI.3 14Confidence and concern: citizens view American government survey of public attitudes part 1
VI.3 15Comparative revenue study of Atlanta
VI.3 16Atlanta Regional transport. Improvements program, 1973
VI.3 17The voucher system, 1971
VI.3 18Confidence and concern: citizens view American government survey of public attitudes part 2
VI.3 19For tomorrow: comprehensive statewide planning for vocational rehabilitation services
VI.3 20Personnel administration in Georgia state government
VI.3 21Selected internal support services of state government of Georgia
VI.3 22Age of Change, time of decision
VI.3 23Strengthening the Georgia general assembly
VI.3 24State legislative program, 1974
VI.3 25A comprehensive plan for the prevention and control of alcoholism and drug dependence for Georgia part 1
VI.3 26Georgia water quality board, 1969
VI.3 27Peachtree creek water quality survey, 1969
VI.3 28Department of human resources FY75 budget request explanation of expansions and improvements, 1975
VI.3 29Annual report -GA department of defense, 1973
VI.3 30Georgia progress, 1970
VI.3 31Alcohol use and abuse in Georgia: problems, programs, and progress, 1971
VI.3 32Educational facilities survey, 1872-1972
VI.3 33Nebraska University research, 1971-1972
VI.3 34Fulton County Park Plan, 1973
VI.3 35Financing schools and property tax relief-a state responsibility
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VI.4 1Tax Guide, 1972
VI.4 2State of Wisconsin - Senate substitute amendment 1
VI.4 3Chemical tests for intoxication- Breathalyzer training manual
VI.4 4OH legislative commission: Highway safety reports, 1967
VI.4 5The new building block: report on factory produced dwelling module
VI.4 6Report on Atlanta City government, 1972
VI.4 7Report on no fault auto insurance and compensation system
VI.4 8Roster of legislative officers and leaders, 1973
VI.4 9Survey of pay and fringe benefits in Atlanta Metro area
VI.4 10First draft of new charter for Atlanta
VI.4 11Georgia state investment plan, 1970
VI.4 12Conservancy, 1974
VI.4 13How your state can benefit most from the new federal highway safety act
VI.4 14The preservative
VI.4 15Atlanta Economic revue: reforming the welfare establishment
VI.4 16National highway safety standards
VI.4 17Life safety for Georgia hospitals and nursing homes
VI.4 18Environmental quality and state government
VI.4 19Report of the governors committee on housing in Georgia
VI.4 20National teacher examination score
VI.4 21Dispersal of public housing
VI.4 22"Helping troubled Georgians solve their problems" a mental health improvement plan for Georgia, 1971
VI.4 23Population and housing, 1972
VI.4 24Once upon an island: the story of fabulous Jekyll
VI.4 25Summary of general statutes enacted at the 1973 session of the general assembly of Georgia, 1974
VI.4 26Metro foundation of Atlanta yearbook, 1972
VI.4 27City of Atlanta: Pension study committee report, 1973
VI.4 28Government functions and processes: land and area wide
VI.4 29The challenge of local governmental reorganization
VI.4 30The cost of neglect, the value of equity: a guidebook for school finance reform in the south
VI.4 31Atlanta Regionalism committee annual report, 1973
VI.4 32Progress 1973: Georgia Department of Education, 1973
VI.4 33Synopsis of bills before state judiciary committee, 1974
VI.4 34City of Atlanta: actuarial review of present and proposed pension systems, 1973
VI.4 35National legislative conference: policy positions, 1974
VI.4 36Development policy plan executive summary, 1974
VI.4 37Modernizing state government
VI.4 38Which way Atlanta? Research Atlanta
VI.4 39Comparison of local support for education of Georgia's boys and girls, 1972-1973
VI.4 40Annual financial report of University System of Georgia
VI.4 41Federal state local finances: significant features of fiscal federalism, 1973-1974
VI.4 42Regional decision making: new strategies for sub-state districts
VI.4 43Goals for Georgia: what the people want
VI.4 44Legislative requests to the Fulton co. delegation Georgia General Assembly, 1973
VI.4 45Reorganization and management improvement study - State of Georgia
VI.4 46The Fulton Report
VI.4 47State and federal revenues and expenditures in metro Atlanta
VI.4 48Georgia code of public transport, 1973
VI.4 49Political knowledge and attitudes, 1971-1972
VI.4 50The states; roles in solid waste management: a task force report
VI.4 51Georgia water quality board, 1970
VI.4 52Consumer education in the states: report and recommendations from task force on consumer education, 1973
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VI.5 1Survey of indigent defense needs in state of Georgia, 1973
VI.5 2Georgia: State of Adventure
VI.5 3Hilands & Islands directory, 1974
VI.5 4Vital areas council: report to the general assembly on land use
VI.5 5Exxon: what should be done about the energy problem
VI.5 6Outdoors in Georgia, 1974
VI.5 7Water: what about tomorrow
VI.5 8Mobility: an American heritage
VI.5 9Dangerous bridges
VI.5 10Chemmunique
VI.5 11A perspective on the nations energy supply problems
VI.5 12Energy and nations environmental timetable
VI.5 13Agenda for Georgia
VI.5 14Unfolding story of Georgia's small watershed program
VI.5 15Guidelines for state legislation on government ethics and campaign financing
VI.5 16Petroleum council of Georgia info
VI.5 17Atlanta regional commission: Chattahoochee corridor study
VI.5 18Worldwide impact, 1974
VI.5 19Fulton County facts
VI.5 20The near side of federalism: improving state and local government, undated
VI.5 21Exploring energy choices: a preliminary report-GBIA-what every employer should know about fair employment practices
VI.5 22State government: special section on crime and justice Resolutions 3rd annual conference Georgia association of elementary school principals - athletic center of Atlanta
VI.5 23Georgia forestry commission report, 1971
VI.5 24Preliminary study of the feasibility of a single municipality for south Fulton County, 1970
VI.5 25Proposal to assist in study of the feasibility of a single municipality from Atlanta City limits south in Fulton County, 1970
VI.5 26City of Fairburn report on examination
VI.5 27Annual budget of city of College Park, 1970
VI.5 28Statement of qualification of Ernst & Ernst to the study of feasibility
VI.5 29State and local government coordination study
VI.5 30What are the facts about enzymes and enzyme detergents?
VI.5 31Proceedings of the New York state assembly conference on energy and the environment, 1974
VI.5 32The family planner: teenagers
VI.5 33Annual meeting issue: Teacher militancy: strikes, sanctions, and state government, 1968
VI.5 34Georgia motor vehicle accident reparations act
VI.5 35Substitute HB 5469
VI.5 36Substitute HB 212
VI.5 37Substitute HB 23
VI.5 38Loans to build new plants, to add to existing plants
VI.5 39Georgia Business, 1971
VI.5 40The Story...behind the story
VI.5 41Dekalb business and economic journal, 1974
VI.5 42A talk to proctor and gamble management people, 1971
VI.5 43Where we stand: a fight against crime
VI.5 44Strengthening the Arkansas legislature
VI.5 45Affirmative action and equal employment: a guidebook for employers vol. 1
VI.5 46Affirmative action and equal employment: a guidebook for employers vol. 2
VI.5 47State of Georgia comprehensive early childhood development program
VI.5 48Georgia municipal policy, 1972
VI.5 49Proceedings of the national conference on cooperative education, 1972
VI.5 50Dealers costs of collecting, accounting for and remitting Georgia sales and use taxes
VI.5 51Georgia comprehensive outdoor recreation plan, 1969
VI.5 52University system of Georgia drug education program; university system drug use and attitude survey, 1973
VI.5 53Organizational developing meeting: report for the superior court, 1971
VI.5 54Reapportionment in Georgia
VI.5 55Financing the nations housing needs
VI.5 56Handbook for Georgia municipal election officials for use in paper ballots districts
VI.5 57Accountability and the classroom
VI.5 58Higher education in the states, 1973
VI.5 59Yearbook: National conference of state legislative leaders, 1969
VI.5 60South Fulton County
VI.5 61GSBA Legislative program, 1973-1974
VI.5 62General Areas Report, 1971
VI.5 63Outdoors in Georgia, 1974
VI.5 64Strengthening the Georgia general assembly
VI.5 65Georgia Agricultural commodity commission for milk
VI.5 66Policies of the Georgia farm bureau federation and recommendations to the American farm bureau federation, 1973
VI.5 67Implementation of recommendations of the governors commission for efficiency and improvement in government
VI.5 68Financing schools and property tax relief - a state responsibility
VI.5 69Auto insurance reform, 1974
VI.5 70Fulton County school pension board special report financial projection, 1972
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VI.6 1Georgia's reorganization and management improvement study Q&A
VI.6 2"Good Enough" is not enough today
VI.6 3Which way Atlanta: research Atlanta
VI.6 4Nine men against America
VI.6 5The GOP leader's manual
VI.6 6The Rockefeller republican record
VI.6 7Blueprint for victory: republican party
VI.6 8How to get elected: a digest of remarks
VI.6 9Win with Rockefeller: a summery of statements and record of Nelson a. Rockefeller on major issues
VI.6 10The Private carrier, 1974
VI.6 11Campaign specialties, 1974
VI.6 12The Georgia democrat, 1974
VI.6 13Goals for Georgia: what the people said
VI.6 14Goals and objectives for Atlanta in the year 2000: Atlanta civic action forum survey
VI.6 15Goals and objectives for Atlanta in the year 2000: citizen survey
VI.6 16Education fact sheet: college enrolment
VI.6 17Compact: review of education, 1967
VI.6 18Annual report: Vocational technical and adult education, 1965-1966
VI.6 19Profile of a significant school
VI.6 20Atlanta Hotel - Motel management institute
VI.6 21Phosphates in detergents
VI.6 22Regional action, 1967
VI.6 23The ten pillars of economic wisdom
VI.6 24The things we "know" that are not so Rooted . . . and Reaching
VI.6 25Over one million Georgians are involved
VI.6 26Detergents: a status report
VI.6 27Journal of the Medical Association: Traffic Safety
VI.6 28Compact: Drugs in Schools, 1970
VI.6 29Financing of Georgia's highway, road, and street programs, 1965-1984
VI.6 30Funding requirements for Appalachian development highways in Georgia
VI.6 31American Riflemen, 1966
VI.6 32Grady Memorial Hospital: Twentieth Annual Report, 1965
VI.6 33Official State of GA Tabulation by Counties for (various political positions), 1966
VI.6 34Site Index curves for old-field loblolly pine plantations in the Georgia piedmont
VI.6 35Georgia's rural property tax posture, 1968
VI.6 36Proposal for addition to Georgia police academy
VI.6 37Proposal for use of aircraft
VI.6 38Report advisory committee on institutional farms, 1966
VI.6 39Annual report state board of corrections, 1966
VI.6 40Georgia newspaper directory, 1971
VI.6 41School of optometry
VI.6 42Monograph of optometry
VI.6 43The Nixon admin. First two years: "balance, direction, and forward thrust."
VI.6 44Mental retardation: Atlanta Medicine Bulletin, 1973
VI.6 45Labor Laws of GA
VI.6 46How the New Civil Rights Law Affects Your employment practices
VI.6 47Summary of State Labor Laws for Women, 1967 February
VI.6 48How to File a complaint against unlawful job discrimination
VI.6 49Laws on sex discrimination in employment
VI.6 50Equal pay act of 1963, 1963
VI.6 51Report on progress on the status of women, 1966
VI.6 52Labor laws in Georgia
VI.6 53Spectrum: Red Oak Community
VI.6 54South Fulton County: A wonderful place to live
VI.6 55Rapid Transit for Metro Atlanta: a special summary report
VI.6 56Heredity: the cause of racial differences in intelligence
VI.6 57Going Places, 1966
VI.6 58NAM Report: Summary Analysis of New Tax Bill
VI.6 59The Milledgeville Story
VI.6 60Treatment and Rehab of chronic alcoholic court offenders: a comprehensive plan, 1968
VI.6 61Future hospital plans of the Atlanta Area: a preliminary report
VI.6 62Report of metro citizens mental health committee, 1965
VI.6 63Liberty, 1970
VI.6 64A Summary of Georgia's Comprehensive law Enforcement Plan, 1970
VI.6 65The Republicans are here: a political history of the DeKalb GOP
VI.6 66Forest Farmer, 1973
VI.6 67Motor Carrier safety regulations, 1973
VI.6 68Georgia Department of Labor Annual Report, 1967
VI.6 69State continuing responsibilities, 1965-1967
VI.6 70Facts: political directory, 1963
VI.6 71Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge
VI.6 72American republic
VI.6 73North Vietnam: Backtracking on socialism
VI.6 74Model school board codes: School employee dismissal: Student conduct and discipline
VI.6 75Handbook for Georgia Legislators, 1973
VI.6 76Georgia health code: relating to the procedure for hospitalization and release of mentally ill persons
VI.6 77Excavations at the Fort King George Historical Site 1967 survey
VI.6 78APEG: No Small Change!
VI.6 79Fluoridization: "The crime of the century"
VI.6 80Fluoridization facts: answers to critics
VI.6 81Rules of the republican party of GA
VI.6 82Southern bell
VI.6 83Some things you just can't ignore!
VI.6 84State of Georgia: Budget in Brief, 1974-1975
VI.6 85The dangerous Years: An eye opening documentary file on juvenile crime
VI.6 86Criminal code of Georgia, 1968
VI.6 87Suggested legislation, 1968
VI.6 88Suggested legislation, 1971
VI.6 89Council for state governments and affiliated organizations
VI.6 90Local government in Dade County
VI.6 91Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Assessments for interest, serial bonds and maintenance, 1966
VI.6 92Recreational facilities
VI.6 93New Communist Propaganda line on religion
VI.6 94Clayton County water authority
VI.6 95Is Canada's Playboy premier a model for president Nixon?: private education answers government attack on schools
VI.6 96Justice done in Georgia: Bob Jones, unique university: Doctor
VI.6 97Kitchings asks
VI.6 98What shall we do with the murderer?
VI.6 99The Capitol Hill club of Washington DC, 1967
VI.6 100Answers to questions about cancer
VI.6 101District reorganization for better schools in Atlanta and Fulton
VI.6 102County
VI.6 103Arlington
VI.6 104134 recommended social studies texts
VI.6 105Our schools today: as they are; as they should be
VI.6 106The man and woman on the go...goes GOP
VI.6 107Tongues of Brass. Feet of clay
VI.6 108State Taxation in Georgia: facts and analysis
VI.6 109Accountability
VI.6 110Handbook for Georgia Legislators, 1972
VI.6 111Constitution of the state of Georgia, 1945
VI.6 112Rules of the House of Representatives, term, 1971-1972
VI.6 113Twin circle books-catalog
VI.6 114Georgia State and Local Government coordination study
VI.6 115West end businessmen's association annual yearbook directory and by-laws, 1966-1967
VI.6 116Annual Report: Department of Veterans' Service, 1966
VI.6 117Service officers school, 1967
VI.6 118Federal benefits for veterans and dependents
VI.6 119Service officers school, 1969
VI.6 120Adjusting the nations timepiece: the story of the uniform time act of 1966
VI.6 121Trial: National Legal news, 1970
VI.6 122The legislators guide to school finance, 1973
VI.6 123State local employee labor relations
VI.6 124Uniform rules of the road, 1974
VI.6 125Georgia code of public transportation, 1973
VI.6 126The committee of economic development
VI.6 127Real estate professional training
VI.6 128Tax exempt bonds and the investor
VI.6 129The preservation of our freedom
VI.6 130The state of our free society
VI.6 131Gambling
VI.6 132GA institute of tech: a year of reorganization, 1966
VI.6 133Tufted textiles: an industry at the crossroads
VI.6 134Atlanta. Area tech school brochure
VI.6 135Training on the job in food merchandising and service plus management development, undated
VI.6 136Georgia Education Association plan of action
VI.6 137APEG Report, 1973
VI.6 138Political activities of colleges and universities: some policy and legal implications
VI.6 139Abbreviated edition of Georgia municipal edition code, 1968
VI.6 140The right not to listen
VI.6 141Every man did that which was right in his own eyes
VI.6 142Some American comments on southern Africa
VI.6 143The conservative mandate
VI.6 144A call for cooperation: a message to congress by Nixon, 1970
VI.6 145Energy services: a service of the community mental health center
VI.6 146Community mental health programs
VI.6 147Psychiatric services in general hospitals
VI.6 148A richer harvest: report on ford foundation grants in overseas agriculture
VI.6 149....And justice for all
VI.6 150State of Georgia: Department of Family and Children Services Report, 1966
VI.6 151State of Georgia: Department of Family and Children Services Report, 1967
 

VII. Photographs

Extent: 157 photographs and 2 scrapbooks
Scope and Content: This series consists of photographs documenting Smith's career as state senator from the 34th District (Fulton Co., GA). The images are primarily posed shots of Smith with various political figures such as Lester Maddox, Jimmy Carter, Paul Coverdell, Ronald Reagan, John Ashbrook, Barry Goldwater, Bob Dole, and Jesse Helms.
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VII.1 WAS-PF-01 Campaign - Smith standing beside a station wagon decorated with Re-Elect Smith signs. Smith's wife, Priscilla is sitting in the passenger side, undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-02 Chamber - Smith being sworn-in at podium with right hand raised, unidentified man to his left, (Jesse Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-03 Chamber - Smith being sworn-in at podium with right hand raised, unidentified man to his left, (Jesse Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-04 Governor's Mansion - Left to Right: Lester Maddox, Virginia Maddox, Priscilla Smith, Smith, 1967.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-05 Governor's Mansion - Left to Right: Smith, Roselyn Carter, Jimmy Carter, Priscilla Smith, 1973.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-06 Chamber - Working - Smith working at this desk with Sam P. Hensley to his left, 1967.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-07 Posed - Smith sitting at this desk; a "GOP" poster in the background; "Qualifying to Run May 1968" on verso, 1968.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-08 Posed - Smith sitting at this desk at 1405 De Lowe Dr. SW, Atlanta, looking on, 1968.
Extent: (7x9") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-09 Posed - Smith and two unidentified men squatting next to a bus outside State Capital, (Robert Connell, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-10 Posed - Smith and two unidentified men squatting next to a bus outside State Capital, (Robert Connell, photographer), undated.
Extent: (7.5 x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-11 Posed - Smith (center) at the radio station WRNG 680 AM with two unidentified women, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-12 Chamber - Posed - Smith wearing gag glasses and an unidentified man; Lester Maddox in the background, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-13 Chamber - Posed - Smith wearing gag glasses and shaking hands with an unidentified man, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-14 Governor's Office - Posed - Left to Right: Smith, an unidentified woman, and Jimmy Carter all kneeling behind a handicapped child, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-15 Governor's Office - Posed - Left to Right: Smith, an unidentified woman, and Jimmy Carter all kneeling behind a handicapped child, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-16 Chamber - Posed - An unidentified man holding a microphone to the small child's (from 14 and 15) face; an unidentified woman on the left, and another unidentified woman on the right; Lester Maddox, an unidentified man, and Smith in the background, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-17 Chamber - Working - Senators voting; Smith is one of the senators who does not have his hand raised. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1971.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-18 Chamber - Working - Senators Smith and Jack Stephens (District 36) with representative G. D. Adams (District 100). (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1971.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-19, 19.1, 19.2 Chamber - Working - Smith with his hand raised, holding hands with Elaine Shaw, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 3.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-20 Posed - Smith with an unidentified man to his left, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-21 Posed - Smith sitting at his desk writing and smiling, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-22 Posed - Smith sitting at his desk writing, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-23 Chamber - Posed - Lester Maddox shaking hands with Smith, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-24, 24.1 Chamber - Posed Smith holding hands with an unidentified man; another unidentified man to their right, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-25 Chamber - Posed - Left to Right: Leroy R. Johnson (District 38), Paul D. Coverdell (District 56), Horace T. Ward (District 39), Jone Edwin Garrard (District 37), Smith (District 34), Frank E. Coggin (District 35), Earl Patton Jr. (District 40), and Jack L. Stephens (District 36); Ca. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1971.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-26, 26.1, 26.2 Outside the chamber - Posed - Smith with two unidentified men to his left and three unidentified men to his right, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 3.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-27 Governors office - Posed - Signing of the South Fulton Charter; Jimmy Carter sitting at this desk, preparing to sign; Smith standing in the background; An unidentified woman and three unidentified men standing to his left; three unidentified men to his right, 1972 March 9.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-28 Governors office - Posed - Signing of the South Fulton Charter; Jimmy Carter sitting at this desk, smiling and signing; Smith standing in the background; An unidentified man standing to his left; four unidentified men to his right, 1972 March 9.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-29 Chamber - Posed - left to right: Horace T. Ward (District 39), Jone Edwin Garrard (District 37), E. Earl Patton Jr. (District 40), Jack L. Stephens (District 36), Frank Coggin (District 35), Leroy R. Johnson (District 38), Smith (District 34), (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-30 Chamber - Posed - left to right (All with hands raised): Horace T. Ward (District 39), Jone Edwin Garrard (District 37), E. Earl Patton Jr. (District 40), Jack L. Stephens (District 36), Frank Coggin (District 35), Leroy R. Johnson (District 38), Smith (District 34), (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-31 Chamber - Posed - left to right (crouching): Leroy R. Johnson (District 38), Horace T. Ward (District 39), Jack L. Stephens (District 36), Smith (District 34), Jone Edwin "Ed" Garrard (District 37), (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-32 Chamber - Posed - A page; Smith to her right, Lester Maddox to her left (with his hand on her shoulder), (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-33 Chamber - Posed - left to right: Smith, an unidentified man, a page, and Lester Maddox, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-34 Posed - Visiting school children; Smith and Lester Maddox sitting on the steps in front of them, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-35, 35.1 Posed - Visiting school children; Smith and Lester Maddox sitting on the steps in front of them, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-36 Chamber - Working - Jack L Stephens (District 36), Smith (District 34), an unidentified man. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1971.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-37 Chamber - Posed - Smith, Lester Maddox and a page, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-38 Chamber - Posed - Smith, Lester Maddox, and two unidentified men, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-39 Posed - Smith on the telephone, 1975 October.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-40 Chamber - Working - Smith with his hand raised, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-41 Chamber - Working - Lester Maddox speaking; Smith in the background with several unidentified men; a photographer in the foreground facing Lester Maddox, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-42, 42.1 Chamber - Working - Smith at the podium; Lester Maddox to his right; two unidentified men to his left, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-43, 43.1 Chamber - Working - Smith being introduced by a speaker, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-44 Chamber - Working - Lester Maddox speaking with two unidentified men, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-45 Working - Legislative Working Session - Smith, Horace T. Ward, and E. Earl Patton Jr. at front table, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-46 Working - Legislative Working Session - Smith, Horace T. Ward, and E. Earl Patton Jr. at front table, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-47 Chamber - Posed - Smith on the far right; E. Earl Patton Jr. on the far left; four unidentified men in between them, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-48 Chamber - Posed - Smith, Lester Maddox, and an unidentified man, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-49 Chamber - Posed - Smith, Lester Maddox, and an unidentified man, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-50, 50.1 Portrait - An unidentified man, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-51, 51.1, 51.2, 51.3 Chamber - Posed - Lester Maddox, Smith, and two unidentified men, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 4.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-52 Chamber - Posed - Lester Maddox, Smith, and two unidentified men, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-53 Posed - left to right - Smith, Roselyn Carter, Jimmy Carter, Priscilla Smith. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1974.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-54 Chamber Swearing in. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1973.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-55 Chamber - Swearing in. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1973.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-56, 56.1 Chamber - Portrait - Smith sitting at this desk, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-57 Chamber - Portrait - Smith sitting at this desk, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-58 Chamber - Posed - left to right: Smith, Hugh A. Carter, Jimmy Carter, two unidentified men, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-59 Chamber - Posed - Smith (right) and Lester Maddox (left), (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-60 Chamber - Posed - Smith, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-61 Posed - Priscilla Smith shaking hands with Lester Maddox. (Jessie Sampley, photographer), 1968.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-62, 62.1 Governor's office - Posed - left to right: an unidentified man, Lester Maddox, and Smith, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-63 Posed - Visitors from the Victory Assembly of God Church; Smith in the background, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-64, 64.1 Chamber - Posed - Smith, Paul Coverdell and an unidentified man to his left; two unidentified men to his right; Lester Maddox in the distant background, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-65, 65.1, 65.2, 65.3 Governor's Office - Bill signing - Lester Maddox at this desk; Smith and two unidentified men in the background, undated.
Extent: 4.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-66 Governor's office - Bill signing - Lester Maddox sitting down signing, Smith standing, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-67, 67.1 Posed - Smith and Lester Maddox shaking hands, undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-68 Posed - Unidentified officers at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia; Smith at far right on the 2nd row, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-69, 69.1 Posed - Robins Air Force Base - left to right: an unidentified man, "Wilson," and Smith, undated.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-70 Posed - Trip to Air Force Academy; Smith third from left, (note attached), undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-71 Posed - Trip to Air Force Academy; Smith at the very top, 1968.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-72 Candid - Robins Air Force Base - Smith socializing with four unidentified men, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-73 Candid - Robins Air Force Base - Smith socializing with two unidentified men, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-74 Posed - Robins Air Force Base - Smith and three unidentified men to his left, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-75 Posed - Robins Air Force Base - Smith all the way to the right; a "U.S. Air Force" jet with the front doors open, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-76 Posed - Free Mink Stole Give-away - Smith fourth from right, (Dozier Mobley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-77 Candid - Smith taking a picture, undated.
Extent: (6.5 x9.25") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-78 Candid - Potluck at the capitol - Smith on the right with a plate of food, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.1 WAS-PF-79 Campaign - "Senator Smith and Mrs. Younger add up the cost of a sack of groceries and gallon of milk totaling $23.45 and discuss public support for exempting food from sales tax", 1968.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-80, 80.1 Campaign - Smith talking with children in front of Longino Elementary School, undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-81 Campaign - Smith talking with children in front of Longino Elementary School, undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-82, 82.1 Campaign - Smith talking with children in front of Longino Elementary School, undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-83, 83.1 Campaign - "Senator Smith learns that B. Monico and his son Herbert can no longer afford to raise hogs for sausage because of feed costs and taxes", undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-84 Campaign - "Senator Smith learns that B. Monico and his son Herbert can no longer afford to raise hogs for sausage because of feed costs and taxes", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-85 Campaign - Smith with a group of child athletes at the "Park on Red Oaks", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-86, 86.1 Campaign - Smith standing in front of the sign for Cliftondale Park, undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-87, 87.1, 87.2 Campaign - Smith standing in front of the sign for Marshall Mauldin Field, undated.
Extent: 3.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-88 Campaign - Posed - Smith, undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-89, 89.1 Campaign - Smith (right) and an unidentified man (left) looking at an unrolled piece of paper and standing next to a sign that says "Peach Tree city limit", undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-90, 90.1 Campaign - "South Fulton County chamber of commerce executive director Oris Viall and Senator Smith examine plans for improvements between Peach Tree City and I-85", undated.
Extent: 2.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-91Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: 7.0 (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-92Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-93Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-94Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-95Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-96Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-97Campaign - "Mr. Young Longino, 6th district highway board member and Senator Smith discuss highway needs in the 34th Senate District", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-98 Campaign - Smith standing beside a station wagon decorated with Re-Elect Smith signs. Smith's wife, Priscilla is sitting in the passenger side, undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-99 Campaign - "College Park Mayor Ralph Presley and Police Chief T. O. Smith and Senator Smith discuss the problem of fire arms and crime in South Fulton", undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-100 Campaign - In front of the Fayetteville Court House: Smith and the Mayor of Fayetteville look at a document, undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-101, 101.1, 101.2, 101.3 Governor's Office - Posed - Bill signing: Lester Maddox sitting at his desk preparing to sign a bill; Smith (far left) and three unidentified men standing behind him, undated.
Extent: 4.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-102 Candid - Unidentified people standing in front of a Delta airplane, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-103Posed - W. Armstrong Smith (2nd from left) standing with other senators; one of them standing on a large rock, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-104 Posed - W. Armstrong Smith (2nd from left) standing with other senators; one of them standing on a large rock, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-105 Posed - Smith (2nd from right) standing with other Senators, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.1 WAS-PF-106 Posed - Smith (right); an unidentified man at the podium, undated.
Extent: (7.5x9.25") b/w
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VII.2 WAS-PF-107 Chamber - Posed - Lester Maddox (left), Smith (right), two unidentified men (center) and a child, (Jessie Sampley, photographer), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-108Posed - Smith holding up a string of fish, (color extremely deteriorated), undated.
Extent: (3.5x5") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-109 Posed - Smith holding up a string of fish, (color extremely deteriorated), undated.
Extent: (3.5x5") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-110, 110.1 Chamber - Smith giving a speech and holding up his glasses, 1970.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-111 Chamber - Smith giving accepting a statue / award and holding up his index finger. Statue is of a minute man holding a gun, plate on statue reads "Armstrong Smith and the Revolution Game 1970 GA Senate" [verso inscribed "Best of luck always. Add this to your memoirs of the 1970 session. Culver Kidd"], 1970.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-112 Chamber - Smith accepting a statue /award. Statue is of a minute man holding a gun, plate on statue reads "Armstrong Smith and the Revolution Game 1970 GA Senate" [verso inscribed "Best of luck always. Add this to your memoirs of the 1970 session. Culver Kidd"], 1970.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-113Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-114Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-115Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-116Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-117Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-118Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-119Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-120Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-121Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-122Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals (WAS-PF-122 is extremely deteriorated), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-123Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals (WAS-PF-123 is extremely deteriorated), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-124Candid - Lester Maddox and Smith on an environmental field trip with unidentified individuals, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-125 Posed - The Smith family, undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-126"Ronald Reagan and Smith discuss the importance in establishing a two party government in Georgia," (Impact photographic services), 1974.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-127"Ronald Reagan and Smith discuss the importance in establishing a two party government in Georgia," (Impact photographic services), 1974.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-128 "Ronald Reagan and Smith discuss the importance in establishing a two party government in Georgia," (Impact photographic services), 1974.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-129 Ronald Reagan on a horse, (photo from Ronald Reagan Library, Simi Valley, California), 1985.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-130 Portrait - John Ashbrook, 1970.
Extent: (5.25x7.25") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-131 Candid - John Ashbrook, 1970.
Extent: (5.5x8") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-132 Posed - left to right: Smith, Bob Dole, two unidentified men, undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-133 Posed - Newt Gingrich standing between two unidentified men, 1990.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-134 Candid - Smith (left); Priscilla Smith sitting down; unidentified guests in the background, undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-135 Portrait - Barry Goldwater (with signature), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-136 Portrait - water color - unidentified man. (painting by Bachrach), 1940.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-137, 137.1 Candid - Priscilla Smith shaking hands with Richard Nixon at the Nixon dinner, 1968 May 31.
Extent: 2.0 (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-138 Campaign - Bob Dole giving a speech, undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-139 Posed - Smith (left) and Richard Nixon (right) at the Cherokee town club. (note attached), 1983 May 2.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-140 Posed - left to right: Smith, Priscilla Smith, Nancy Reagan, and Ronald Reagan - Presidential Campaign Georgia Division. (note attached), 1980 January.
Extent: (4x5") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-141 Candid - Barry Goldwater (center), two unidentified men., undated.
Extent: (4.5x5.5") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-142 Portrait - Jesse Helms (signed), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-143 Portrait - Ronald Reagan, (color has deteriorated), undated.
Extent: (5x7") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-144 Candid - Priscilla Smith and Smith with two unidentified men, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-145 Posed - from lower left counter clockwise: Senators Chafee, Pressler, Thurmond, Armstrong, Goldwater, Mathias, Humphrey, Laxalt, Cohen, Durenberger, Boschwitz, Cochran, McClure, Wallop, Domenici, staff assistant, Warner, Hatch, Lugar, Javits, Helms, staff assistant, Stevens, Baker, Young, Packwood, Tower, Garn, Heinz, staff assistant, Schweiker, Percy, Schmitt, Hayakawa, Danforth, Dole, Weiker, Kassebaum, Jepsen, Roth, Bellmon, Simpson, and Hatfield, undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-146 Portrait - Jimmy Carter (signed), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-147 Candid - Priscilla Smith and Smith (right) with two unidentified men (left), undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-148 Candid - Priscilla Smith and Smith sitting at a table with an unidentified man; Priscilla Smith is shaking hands with a second unidentified man, undated.
Extent: (4.5x6.25") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-149 Posed - "Birthday party for Jim Davis;" Smith (third from right), undated.
Extent: (5x7") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-150 Portrait - Lester and Virginia Maddox, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-151 Portrait - Marvin Griffin (signed), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-152 Portrait - Herman Talmadge (signed), undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-153 Portrait - Strom Thurmond, undated.
Extent: (8x10") b/w
VII.2 WAS-PF-154 Portrait - Newt Gingrich, 1995.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-155 Chamber - Posed - Smith (center); Thomas Murphy (right); unidentified man (left), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-156 Posed - Trent Lott (center), Strom Thurmond (second from right), undated.
Extent: (8x10") color
VII.2 WAS-PF-157 Posed - Lester Maddox (left) and Smith (right), undated.
Extent: (4x6") color
Box
VII.3 Photograph album
VII.3 Political scrapbook