Carl E. Sanders PapersCarl E. Sanders Papers

Carl E. Sanders Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Carl E. Sanders Papers
Creator: Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
Dates: 1962-2009
Dates: Bulk, 1962-1976
Extent: 74.0 boxes (72.25 linear feet and 1.17 gigabytes)
Collection Number: RBRL/039/CES
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Carl E. Sanders Papers documents his gubernatorial term (1963-1967), gubernatorial campaigns and, to a lesser extent his political activities after leaving office. Materials consist of correspondence, campaign material, speeches, press releases, photographs, and audiovisual materials.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Carl E. Sanders was born in Augusta, Georgia on May 15, 1925. He attended the Academy of Richmond County and received the alternate appointment to West Point. He found himself at the University of Georgia, however, where he accepted a football scholarship. In 1943, before he could finish his college education, he enlisted in the Air Force and trained as a B-17 pilot. After World War II he returned to the University, finishing three years of law school in two years and passing the bar in 1947. That same year he married Betty Foy of Statesboro, Georgia.

Sanders entered private practice in Augusta and eventually started the law firm of Sanders, Thurmond, Hester and Jolles. In 1954, he made a successful bid for the Georgia House of Representatives. Two years later, in 1956, he won a seat in the Georgia Senate. At the time, the seat rotated between Richmond, Glascock and Jefferson counties. Sanders was subsequently elected to the same seat by both Jefferson and Glascock counties due to his overwhelming popularity, becoming the only man to serve three consecutive terms in a multi-county district. In 1959, Governor Vandiver named Sanders as Senate Floor Leader. He went on to serve as president pro tempore of the Senate from 1960 to 1962.

Sanders took the next step in his political career by running for governor in 1962 against Marvin Griffin. Shortly after his announcement, federal courts ruled that Georgia's county unit system was unconstitutional. The state would elect its officials by popular vote, giving the urban candidate, Sanders, a greater chance at victory.

As a moderate concerning racial issues, he faced an outspoken opponent of integration in former-Governor Griffin. While agreeing that Georgia should keep its tradition of segregation, Sanders believed it was imperative that the state avoid violence and obey the laws of the country. Unlike Griffin, his campaign issues were not built around race. Instead, Sanders focused on the elimination of corruption in state government and pushed for overall progress for the state. He also wanted to improve education and bring industry to Georgia. With his positive campaign, Sanders emerged victorious, making him the youngest governor in the country at the time. He was 37.

Upon his election, Sanders set about following through on his campaign promises. In order to revitalize Georgia's educational system, the new governor created the Governor's Commission to Improve Education in 1963. Based on the commission's findings and with the General Assembly's approval, Sanders improved education significantly. His program raised teacher salaries, added new teachers to the system, and reorganized the Department of Education. It also built new school buildings, established more junior colleges and vocational schools and created the Governor's Honors Program. Sanders also appointed the Governor's Commission for Efficiency and Improvement which helped to reform many government agencies such as the Department of Agriculture and the Highway Department, as well as the prison and state merit systems.

In May, 1963, Sanders sought to draft a new state constitution. With the appointment of the Constitutional Revision Commission, he hoped to condense and clarify Georgia's Constitution. While the General Assembly approved the new constitution, it was never put on the general ballot. The momentum was lost when federal courts declared that the General Assembly was incorrectly apportioned and the constitution was, therefore, invalid. Sanders would later play an integral part in the passage of the reapportionment of congressional districts, but would never succeed in revising the constitution.

Sanders appointed many blacks to state government jobs, but civil rights were never a pressing issue for the governor. He did, however, testify against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, being especially opposed to the section regarding public accommodations. Despite this, he greatly improved Georgia's image, giving the state a more moderate, law-abiding reputation.

Sanders could not succeed himself as governor and, therefore, retired back into private life. Instead of returning to Augusta, he and his family remained in Atlanta where he started a new law firm. On April 25, 1970, Sanders reemerged to announce for what would be his last attempt at public office. His campaign for governor, however, ended in defeat, with Jimmy Carter taking office. Sanders never ran for public office again but worked for many other Democratic candidates such as Zell Miller, Andrew Young, and Sam Nunn. He also went on to serve as Finance Chairman for the Democratic Party of Georgia during George Busbee's term as governor.

Sanders managed the law firm, today known as Troutman Sanders LLP, for 25 years, and afterwards continued to serve the firm as partner and Chairman Emeritus. Sanders died November 16, 2014.

Scope and Content

The Carl E. Sanders Papers documents his gubernatorial term (1963-1967), gubernatorial campaigns and, to a lesser extent his political activities after leaving office. Materials consist of correspondence, campaign material, speeches, press releases, photographs, and audiovisual materials.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is organized into seventeen series: I. Constituent Correspondence, II. Miscellaneous Correspondence, III. Campaign Materials, IV. Speeches, V. Press Releases, VI. Governor's Conferences, VII. Betty Foy Sanders, VIII. National Commission on Urban Problems, IX. Georgia Reorganization of Government, X. Georgia State Government Agencies, XI. 1976 National Elections, XII. Miscellaneous Files, XIII. Newspaper Clippings and Scrapbooks, XIV. Photographs and Slides, XV. Audiovisual, XVI. Editorial Cartoons, and XVII. Memorabilia.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access note

Series XIV. Photographs and Slides contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.

Preferred Citation

Carl E. Sanders Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.

Digital files were added to this finding aid by Adriane Hanson in 2015 and Brandon Pieczko in 2018. Previously unprocessed material was added to this finding aid by Mat Darby, 2015-2016., 2015-2016.


Related Materials

Access Points

Related Collections in this Repository

Augustus Turnbull Collection of Carl Sanders Speech/Press Records

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Braswell D. Deen, Jr. Papers

Charles L. Gowen Papers

George L. Smith Papers

Herman E. Talmadge Collection

S. Ernest Vandiver Papers

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Georgia Government Documentation Project, Special Collection Department, William Russell Pullen Library, Georgia State University

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Griffin Bell Papers, School of Law, Mercer University


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. Constituent Correspondence

Extent: 17.0 boxes (16.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of general constituent correspondence sent to and received from Sanders between 1962 and 1967. This series is arranged chronologically by the county of residence of each constituent.
BoxFolder
I.1 1Appling County A-G
I.1 2Appling County H-W
I.1 3Atkinson County
I.1 4Bacon County A-D1
I.1 5Bacon County D2-W
I.1 6Baker County
I.1 7Baldwin County A-D
I.1 8Baldwin County F-K1
I.1 9Baldwin County K2-W
I.1 10Banks County
I.1 11Barrow County
I.1 12Bartow County A-F
I.1 13Bartow County G-W
I.1 14Ben Hill County
I.1 15Berrien County A-J
I.1 16Berrien County K-W
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I.2 1Bibb County A-C
I.2 2Bibb County D-G
I.2 3Bibb County H-J
I.2 4Bibb County K-Q
I.2 5Bibb County R-T1
I.2 6Bibb County T2-Y
I.2 7Bibb County – W.P. Randall, Macon, GA
I.2 8Bleckley County
I.2 9Brantley County
I.2 10Brooks County
I.2 11Bryan County
I.2 12Bulloch County – 1st District
I.2 13Bulloch County – I-16
I.2 14Bulloch County – A-D
I.2 15Bulloch County – E-J
I.2 16Bulloch County – K-W
I.2 17Burke County
I.2 18Butts County
BoxFolder
I.3 1Calhoun County
I.3 2Camden County
I.3 3Carroll County A-H1
I.3 4Carroll County H2-W
I.3 5Candler County
I.3 6Catoosa County
I.3 7Charlton County
I.3 8Chatham County A1
I.3 9Chatham County A2-B
I.3 10Chatham County C-D
I.3 11Chatham County E-G
I.3 12Chatham County H-K
I.3 13Chatham County L-M1
I.3 14Chatham County M2-N
I.3 15Chatham County O-R
BoxFolder
I.4 1Chatham County S1
I.4 2Chatham County S2-Z
I.4 3Chattahoochee County
I.4 4Chatooga County
I.4 5Cherokee County
I.4 6Clarke County A1
I.4 7Clarke County A2-B
I.4 8Clarke County D1
I.4 9Clarke County D2-G
I.4 10larke County H-M
I.4 11Clarke County N-W
I.4 12Clay County
I.4 13Clayton County
I.4 14Clinch County
I.4 15Coffee County
I.4 16Columbia County
I.4 17Cook County
BoxFolder
I.5 1Colquitt County A-G1
I.5 2Colquitt County G2-Z
I.5 3Cobb County A-I
I.5 4Cobb County J-Y
I.5 5Coweta County
I.5 6Crisp County
I.5 7Crawford County
I.5 8Decatur County
I.5 9Dade County
I.5 10Dawson County
I.5 11Dekalb County A-C1
I.5 12Dekalb County C2-G1
I.5 13Dekalb County G2-J
I.5 14Dekalb County K-P1
I.5 15Dekalb County P2-Z
I.5 16Dodge County
I.5 17Dooly County
BoxFolder
I.6 1Douglas County
I.6 2Early County
I.6 3Echols County
I.6 4Effingham County
I.6 5Elbert County
I.6 6Emanuel County
I.6 7Evans County
I.6 8Fanning County
I.6 9Fayette County
I.6 10Forsyth County
I.6 11Franklin County A-F
I.6 12Franklin County G-W
I.6 13Gilmer County
I.6 14Glascock County
I.6 15Dougherty County A-I
I.6 16Dougherty County; Ivey, Toby
I.6 17Dougherty County J-W
I.6 18Glynn County A-G
I.6 19Glynn County H-L
I.6 20Glynn County M-Z
I.6 21Gordon County
BoxFolder
I.7 1Grady County
I.7 2Greene County
I.7 3Habersham County
I.7 4Hall County A-D1
I.7 5Hall County D2
I.7 6Hall County F-M1
I.7 7Hall County M2-W
I.7 8Hancock County
I.7 9Haralson County
I.7 10Harris County
I.7 11Hart County
I.7 12Heard County
I.7 13Henry County
I.7 14Houston County
I.7 15Irwin County
I.7 16Jackson County
I.7 17Jasper County
I.7 18Jeff Davis County
I.7 19Jefferson County
I.7 20Jenkins County
I.7 21Johnson County
I.7 22Jones County
BoxFolder
I.8 1Lamar County
I.8 2Lanier County
I.8 3Laurens County
I.8 4Lee County
I.8 5Liberty County
I.8 6Liberty County, Industrial Authority – Proposed Pulp Mill, Rep. Charles M. Jones
I.8 7Lincoln County
I.8 8Long County
I.8 9Lowndes County A-H
I.8 10Lowndes County L-Z
I.8 11Lumpkin County
I.8 12Macon County
I.8 13Madison County
I.8 14Marion County
I.8 15McDuffie County
I.8 16McIntosh County
I.8 17Meriwether A-C
I.8 18Meriwether D-W
I.8 19Miller County
I.8 20Mitchell County
I.8 21Monroe County
I.8 22Montgomery County
I.8 23Morgan County
I.8 24Murray County
I.8 25Muscogee County A-B1
I.8 26Muscogee County B2-F
I.8 27Muscogee County G-J
BoxFolder
I.9 1Muscogee County K-R
I.9 2Muscogee County S-W1
I.9 3Muscogee County W2-Y
I.9 4Newton County
I.9 5Oconee County
I.9 6Oglethorpe County
I.9 7Paulding County
I.9 8Pickens County
I.9 9Pierce County
I.9 10Pike County
I.9 11Polk County
I.9 12Pulaski County
I.9 13Putnam County
I.9 14Quitman County
I.9 15Rabun County
I.9 16Randolph County
I.9 17Richmond County A
I.9 18Richmond County B1
I.9 19Richmond County B2
I.9 20Richmond County B3
I.9 21Richmond County C1
I.9 22Richmond County C2
I.9 23Richmond County C3
I.9 24Richmond County D1
BoxFolder
I.10 1Richmond County D2
I.10 2Richmond County E
I.10 3Richmond County F1
I.10 4Richmond County F2
I.10 5Richmond County G1
I.10 6Richmond County G2
I.10 7Richmond County H1
I.10 8Richmond County H2
I.10 9Richmond County H3
I.10 10Richmond County H4
I.10 11Richmond County I
I.10 12Richmond County J
I.10 13Richmond County K
I.10 14Richmond County L
I.10 15Richmond County M1
I.10 16Richmond County M2
I.10 17Richmond County M3
BoxFolder
I.11 1Richmond County Mc1
I.11 2Richmond County Mc2
I.11 3Richmond County N
I.11 4Richmond County O
I.11 5Richmond County P1
I.11 6Richmond County P2
I.11 7Richmond County Q
I.11 8Richmond County R1
I.11 9Richmond County R2
I.11 10Richmond County S1
I.11 11Richmond County S2
I.11 12Richmond County S3
I.11 13Richmond County S4
I.11 14Richmond County S5
I.11 15Richmond County T
I.11 16Richmond County U-V
I.11 17Richmond County W1
BoxFolder
I.12 1Richmond County W2
I.12 2Richmond County W3
I.12 3Richmond County Y-Z
I.12 4Richmond County, County Roads 1
I.12 5Richmond County, County Roads 2
I.12 6Richmond County, Gracewood St. School & Hospital 1
I.12 7Richmond County, Gracewood St. School & Hospital 2
I.12 8Richmond County, Gracewood St. School & Hospital 3
I.12 9Richmond County, Gracewood St. School & Hospital 4
I.12 10Richmond County, Gracewood St. School & Hospital 5
I.12 11Richmond County, Medical College of Georgia
I.12 12Richmond County, Tourist Welcome Center
I.12 13Rockdale County
I.12 14Schley County
I.12 15Screven County
I.12 16Seminole County
I.12 17Spalding County A-G
I.12 18Spalding County H-W
I.12 19Stephens County
I.12 20Stewart County
I.12 21Sumter County A-H
I.12 22Sumter County K-N
BoxFolder
I.13 1Talbot County
I.13 2Taliaferro County
I.13 3Tattnall County A-D1
I.13 4Tattnall County D2-W
I.13 5Taylor County
I.13 6Telfair County
I.13 7Terrell County
I.13 8Thomas County A-N
I.13 9Thomas County O-Y
I.13 10Thomas County, Small Claims Court Judge
I.13 11Tift County
I.13 12Toombs County
I.13 13Towns County
I.13 14Treutlen County
I.13 15Troup County A-H1
I.13 16Troup County H2-Z
I.13 17Turner County
I.13 18Twiggs County
I.13 19Union County
I.13 20Upson County
I.13 21Ware Count A-J1
I.13 22Walker County
BoxFolder
I.14 1Walton County
I.14 2Ware County J2-Z
I.14 3Warren County
I.14 4Washington County
I.14 5Wayne County
I.14 6Webster County
I.14 7Wheeler County
I.14 8White County
I.14 9Whitefield County
I.14 10Wilcox County
I.14 11Wilkes County
I.14 12Wilkinson County
I.14 13Worth County
I.14 14Fulton County A1
I.14 15Fulton County A2
I.14 16Fulton County A3
I.14 17Dr. Jack K Acree GA School Board Association
I.14 18Ivan, Allen JR
I.14 19Fulton County B1
I.14 20Fulton County B2
I.14 21Fulton County B3
I.14 22M. Gordon Brown, Dismissal from Department of Education
BoxFolder
I.15 1Fulton County C1
I.15 2Fulton County C2
I.15 3Fulton County C3
I.15 4Fulton County C4
I.15 5Fulton County C5
I.15 6Fulton County D1
I.15 7Fulton County D2
I.15 8Fulton County D3
I.15 9Fulton County D4
I.15 10Fulton County E1
I.15 11Fulton County E2
I.15 12Fulton County E3
I.15 13Fulton County F1
I.15 14Fulton County F2
I.15 15Fulton County F3
BoxFolder
I.16 1Fulton County G1
I.16 2Fulton County G2
I.16 3Fulton County G3
I.16 4Fulton County G4
I.16 5Fulton County G5
I.16 6Fulton County H1
I.16 7Fulton County H2
I.16 8Fulton County H3
I.16 9Fulton County H4
I.16 10Fulton County H5
I.16 11Fulton County H6
I.16 12Fulton County H7
I.16 13Fulton County I
I.16 14Fulton County I2
I.16 15Fulton County J1
I.16 16Fulton County J2
I.16 17Fulton County J3
BoxFolder
I.17 1Fulton County K1
I.17 2Fulton County K2
I.17 3Fulton County K3
I.17 4Fulton County L1
I.17 5Fulton County L2
I.17 6Fulton County L3
I.17 7Fulton County L4
I.17 8Fulton County M1
I.17 9Fulton County M2
I.17 10Fulton County M3
I.17 11Fulton County M4
I.17 12Fulton County M5
I.17 13Fulton County M6
I.17 14Fulton County M7
I.17 15Fulton County M8
I.17 16Fulton County Mc1
I.17 17Fulton County Mc2
BoxFolder
I.18 1Fulton County N1
I.18 2Fulton County N2
I.18 3Fulton County N3
I.18 4Fulton County O1
I.18 5Fulton County P
I.18 6Fulton County R
I.18 7Fulton County S1
I.18 8Fulton County S2
I.18 9Fulton County T1
I.18 10Fulton County T2
I.18 11Fulton County U-V
I.18 12Fulton County W1
I.18 13Fulton County W2
I.18 14Fulton County X-Z
 

II. Miscellaneous Correspondence

Extent: 4.0 boxes (4 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of correspondence arranged into the following categories: A. District of Columbia, B. Out-of-State, C. Personal, D. Special, and E. Out-of-country.



A. District of Columbia

BoxFolder
II.1 1A
II.1 2B
II.1 3C
II.1 4D
II.1 5E
II.1 6F
II.1 7G
II.1 8H
II.1 9J
II.1 10Johnson, Lyndon B., President File 1
II.1 11Johnson, Lyndon B., President File 2
II.1 12K1
II.1 13K2
II.1 14L
II.1 15M
II.1 16Mc
II.1 17N
II.1 18O1
II.1 19P
II.1 20R1
II.1 21R2
II.1 22S1
II.1 23S2



B. Out-of-State

BoxFolder
II.2 1T
II.2 2U
II.2 3V
II.2 4W
II.2 5X-Z
II.2 6Alabama
II.2 7Arizona
II.2 8Arkansas
II.2 9California 1
II.2 10California 2
II.2 11Colorado
II.2 12Connecticut
II.2 13Delaware
II.2 14Florida 1
II.2 15Florida 2
II.2 16Florida 3
II.2 17Florida 4
II.2 18Idaho
II.2 19Illinois 1
II.2 20Illinois 2
BoxFolder
II.3 1Indiana
II.3 2Iowa
II.3 3Kansas
II.3 4Kentucky
II.3 5Louisiana
II.3 6Maine
II.3 7Maryland
II.3 8Massachusetts
II.3 9Michigan
II.3 10Minnesota
II.3 11Montana
II.3 12Nebraska
II.3 13Nevada
II.3 14New Hampshire
II.3 15New Jersey
II.3 16New Mexico
II.3 17New York 1
II.3 18New York 2
II.3 19New York 3
II.3 20New York 4
II.3 21North Carolina 1
II.3 22North Carolina 2
II.3 23North Dakota
II.3 24Ohio
II.3 25Oklahoma
II.3 26Oregon
II.3 27Pennsylvania
BoxFolder
II.4 1Rhode Island
II.4 2South Carolina 1
II.4 3South Carolina 2
II.4 4South Dakota
II.4 5Tennessee
II.4 6Texas
II.4 7Virginia
II.4 8Washington
II.4 9West Virginia
II.4 10Wisconsin
II.4 11Wyoming



C. Personal

BoxFolder
II.4 12Personal 1
II.4 13Personal 2



D. Special

BoxFolder
II.4 14Special 1
II.4 15Special 2
II.4 16Special 3
II.4 17Special 4



E. Out-of-country

BoxFolder
II.4 18Out of Country 1
II.4 19Out of Country 2
II.4 20Out of Country 3
II.4 21Out of Country 4
II.4 22Out of Country 5
 

III. Campaign Materials

Extent: 5.0 boxes (5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of correspondence, subject folders on issues and candidates, working and position papers, and press materials for Sanders's 1962 and 1970 gubernatorial campaigns.
BoxFolder
III.1 1Bridges, Ed, 1962
III.1 2Legislative Reapportionment, 1962
III.1 3Contribution Letters, 1962
III.1 45th District, 1962
III.1 5Form Letters, 1962
III.1 6Fuqua, J.B., 1962
III.1 7General Filing, 1962
III.1 8Greene, Thomas E., 1962
III.1 9Knox, W.A., 1962
III.1 10Lists, 1962
III.1 11Memorandums, 1962
III.1 12Miscellaneous 1, 1962
III.1 13Miscellaneous 2, 1962
III.1 14Moore, K.L., Form Letter, 1962
III.1 15Oliver, Bob, Confidential Memoranda, 1962
III.1 16Publications 1, 1962
III.1 17Publications 2, 1962
III.1 18Publications 3, 1962
III.1 19Speaking Engagements Confirmed, 1962
III.1 20Speaking Engagements Pending, 1962
III.1 21Teachers Report, 1962
III.1 22Williams, Patricia, Personal Folder, 1962
III.1 23Carter Charges, Sanders Reaction, News Stories, 1970
III.1 24Carter Platform, 1966, 1970
III.1 25Carter Platform, 1970
III.1 26Carter, J. – Farm, 1970
III.1 27Carter, Run Off, September 10-September 23, 1970
III.1 28Carter, Jimmy 1, 1970
III.1 29Carter, Jimmy 2, 1970
BoxFolder
III.2 1Carter, Jimmy 3, 1970
III.2 2Candidates, Sanders/Carter 1, September 10-September 26, 1970
III.2 3Candidates, Sanders/Carter 2, September 10-September 26, 1970
III.2 4Carter Voting Record, 1970
III.2 5Carter Newspaper Clippings, 1970
III.2 6Carter Platform Analysis, 1970
III.2 7Jimmy Carter Analyses by Dr. Homer C. Cooper, 1970
III.2 8Carter, Jimmy, 1970
III.2 9Election Day, Chairman Meeting, 1970
III.2 10Larry Lloyd, 1970
III.2 11Graphs, Political Attitude Surveys
III.2 12Political Campaign Management Seminar, 1970
III.2 13Politics, Draft Letter to Members of General Assembly, 1970
III.2 14Residents of Baptist Village, 1970
III.2 15Young Lawyers Reception, Marriot, December 12, 1969
III.2 16Issues (Cooper, Turnbull, Olson, Gibson), October 3, 1969
III.2 17Issues, 1970
III.2 18Georgia Jaycee, Local Chapters, 1970
III.2 19Sanders Campaign Reports, 1970
III.2 20Sanders’ Mailing List (Attorneys), 1970
III.2 21Script of T.V. Program, 1970
III.2 22Campaign Youth Activities, 1970
III.2 23Campaign: Youth Activities, Third Annual Conference on Smoking and Health 1, 1970
III.2 24Campaign: Youth Activities, Third Annual Conference on Smoking and Health 2, 1970
III.2 25Campaign; Youth Activities, Young People’s Workshops, 1970
III.2 26Campaign; Youth Activities, C.E.S. – Youth Newsletter, 1970
III.2 27Campaign; Youth Activities, Organizational Outline College Students, 1970
III.2 28Magic Mall Industrial park Dedication Ceremonies, November 29, 1969
III.2 29University of Georgia, Extension Personnel, 1970
III.2 30Marvin Griffin, 1970
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III.3 1Larry Lloyd, 1970
III.3 2Rich Speer, Weekly Reports 1, 1970
III.3 3Rich Speer, Weekly Reports 2, 1970
III.3 4Cracker Crumble, 1965
III.3 5Endorsements, 1970
III.3 6Press Releases 1, 1970
III.3 7Press Releases 2, 1970
III.3 8News Letters, 1970
III.3 9YGFS Newsletter, 1970
III.3 10Georgia Nursing Homes Association, 1970
III.3 11Administration Accomplishments, 1970
III.3 12Speech Schedules, June 1970
III.3 13Carl Sanders, Press Conference, Education, August 31, 1970
III.3 14Atlanta Jaycees, August 27,1970
III.3 15Crime (Law and Order), May 16, 1970
III.3 16Central State Hospital, Milledgeville, August 18, 1970
III.3 17Georgia Prison Warden’s Association, June 8, 1970
III.3 18Labor Speech, Savannah, May 29, 1970
III.3 19C.E.S. Biography, 1970
III.3 20University, Mercer Law School, May 12, 1970
III.3 21Drug Abuse, Buckhead Lions, April 27, 1970
III.3 22A Day Release and Speech, April 25, 1970
III.3 23Earth Day, Georgia Southern, April 22, 1970
III.3 24Honors Day at UGA, 1970
III.3 25Pollution, Valdosta State College, Earth Day, April 20, 1970
III.3 26Textile Imports, April 17, 1970
III.3 27Conservancy Speech, Savannah, March 6, 1970
III.3 28Criminal Division, State Law Department, June 1959-February 1961
BoxFolder
III.4 1Announcement Trip, 1970
III.4 2Attorneys Code in GA, 1970
III.4 3Bentley on WRNG Radio, 1970
III.4 4Board of Regents, 1970
III.4 5Brooks (Draft On) Charges, 1970
III.4 6Burton-Campbell, inc., Status Reports, 1970
III.4 7Butts County Prison, 1970
III.4 8Campaign, Monday Morning Breakfast, 1970
III.4 9Campaign Organization, 1970
III.4 10Democratic Campaign Manual, 1970
III.4 11Drugs, 1970
III.4 12John Durst Information, 1970
III.4 13Economic Development, 1970
III.4 14Economy in Georgia, Heyman and Minter Critique, 1970
III.4 15Education, 1970
III.4 16Education, Statement to Education Coordinating Committee, 1970
III.4 17Election Day Data, 1970
III.4 18Employment, 1970
III.4 19“Growth Patterns in Employment by County”- Book, 1970
III.4 20Carter Campaign Handbook, 1970
III.4 21Childcare, 1970
III.4 22Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, Annual Report, 1968
III.4 23Civil Rights in Georgia, V.E. Jordan, Jr., 1970
III.4 24Clippings, Cooper Collection, 1970
III.4 25Colleges in Georgia, 1970
III.4 26Community Volunteer Groups, Campaign Booklet, 1970
III.4 27Comptroller General Annual Report, 1965
III.4 28Conservation, Pollution, 1970
III.4 29County Speeches, 1970
III.4 30Democratic Campaign, 1970
III.4 31F.C.C. Fairness Doctrine (Dr. W. McDougal), 1970
III.4 32Georgia Cities Directory Key, 1970
III.4 33Georgia Demographic Information, 1970
III.4 34Georgia Penal System, 1970
III.4 35Georgia Radio Stations, 1970
III.4 36Goals for Education (Prepared by GA Dept. of Education), 1970
III.4 37Health Care, 1970
III.4 38Highways, 1970
III.4 39Housing, 1970
III.4 40Planning, Programming, Budgeting Systems (Turnbull), 1970
III.4 41Physician Manpower in Georgia, 1970
III.4 42Newspapers in Georgia, 1970
III.4 43Parham, Jim, Position Papers, Drugs; Vocational Choice; Student Unrest, 1970
III.4 44Newspaper Clippings 1, 1970
III.4 45Newspaper Clippings 2, 1970
III.4 46Negro, 1970
III.4 47Manpower Potential in Georgia, 1970
III.4 48Maddox, Lester, 1970
III.4 49Manpower, 1970
III.4 50McDonald, Walter R., 1970
III.4 51Lawyers for Sanders, 1970
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III.5 1Law and Order, 1970
III.5 2Judiciary, Speech of Arthur Bolton, 1970
III.5 3Jenniss, Linda, 1970
III.5 4Infancy Defender, 1970
III.5 5Income and Population, Georgia Counties, 1966
III.5 6Political Memoranda (Mon. Morning), 1970
III.5 7Population, Poverty, and Race [GES], 1970
III.5 8Rapid Transit, 1970
III.5 9Red and Black, 1970
III.5 10Republican State Platform, New Hampshire, 1968
III.5 11Sanders Campaign Report, 1970
III.5 12Sanders, Carl E., News Media, 1970
III.5 13Sanders, Carl E., General, 1970
III.5 14Project Implementation A Proposal, 1970
III.5 15“Sanders Platform”, 1970
III.5 16Stock Information, 1970
III.5 17Smith, George T., 1970
III.5 18Social Disorganization, 1970
III.5 19Social Disorganization in Georgia (Alpha M. Bond, Jr.), 1970
III.5 20Toombs, Adah K., 1970
III.5 21Southern Regional Council, 1970
III.5 22State Government Revenue Sources: GA. D.R. Escarraz, 1970
III.5 23Structure of Government in Georgia, M.W. Collins, Jr., 1970
III.5 24Suit, Hall, 1970
III.5 25William, Hosea, 1970
III.5 26Youth, 1970
III.5 27Taxation, Rough Working Notes, 1970
III.5 28-31Statewide Campaign Offices 1-4, 1970
III.5 32-36Working Papers on Platform 1-5, 1970
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III.537-39Campaign, 1970
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XIII.12[Framed election map illustrating counties won by Carl Sanders and Marvin Griffin in the 1962 Democratic primary], 1962
 

IV. Speeches

Extent: 6.0 boxes (6 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series contains texts of speeches made by Sanders as well as speeches given by governors of other states between 1962 and 1966.
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IV.1 1Speeches, C.E.S., September 1962
IV.1 2Speeches, C.E.S., October 1962
IV.1 3Speeches, C.E.S., November 1962
IV.1 4Speeches, C.E.S., December 1962
IV.1 5Speeches, C.E.S., January 1963
IV.1 6Speeches, C.E.S., February 1963
IV.1 7Speeches, C.E.S., March 1963
IV.1 8Speeches, C.E.S., April 1963
IV.1 9Speeches, C.E.S., May 1963
IV.1 10Speeches, C.E.S., June 1963
IV.1 11Speeches, C.E.S., July 1963
IV.1 12Speeches, C.E.S., August 1963
IV.1 13Speeches, C.E.S., September 1963
IV.1 14Speeches, C.E.S., October 1963
IV.1 15Speeches, C.E.S., November 1963
IV.1 16Speeches, C.E.S., December 1963
IV.1 17Speeches, C.E.S., January 1964
IV.1 18Speeches, C.E.S., February 1964
IV.1 19Speeches, C.E.S., March 1964
IV.1 20Speeches, C.E.S., April 1964
IV.1 21Speeches, C.E.S., May 1964
IV.1 22Speeches, C.E.S., June 1964
IV.1 23Speeches, C.E.S., July 1964
IV.1 24Speeches, C.E.S., August 1964
IV.1 25Speeches, C.E.S., September 1964
IV.1 26Speeches, C.E.S., October 1964
IV.1 27Speeches, C.E.S., November 1964
IV.1 28Speeches, C.E.S., December 1964
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IV.2 1Speeches, San Francisco Industrial Luncheon, 10/11/1962
IV.2 2Speeches, Layman’s Day First Baptist Church, Newman, GA, 10/28/1962
IV.2 3Speeches, Cobb County Democratic Loyalty, 11/5/1962
IV.2 4Speeches, Georgia Package Stores, Atlanta, 11/6/1962
IV.2 5Speeches, Introduction of Farris Bryant, 11/26/1962
IV.2 6Speeches, Atlanta Produce Dealers Association, 12/10/1962
IV.2 7Speeches, Sanders Appreciation Day, 12/11/1962
IV.2 8Speeches, Institute for Members of General Assembly, 12/18/1962
IV.2 9Speeches, Re: Delivery of State Bonds to Free Sidney Lanier Bridge, 12/19/1962
IV.2 10Speeches, Little River Sportsmen Association, 12/20/1962
IV.2 11Speeches, Opening of Sidney Lanier Bridge for Free Access, 12/23/1962
IV.2 12Speeches, 1963 State of the State and Budget Address, 1963
IV.2 13Speeches, Jasper Manufacturing Co., 1/3/1963
IV.2 14Speeches, Campus – Columbus College, 1/6/1963
IV.2 15Speeches, Dedication – Freedom Shrine, Decatur, 1/10/1963
IV.2 16Speeches, Eggs and Issues, 1/22/1963
IV.2 17Speeches, Mayor’s Day, 1/23/1963
IV.2 18Speeches, GA Educators and Legislators, 1/23/1963
IV.2 19Speeches, GA Association of Broadcasters Institute, Athens, 1/24/1964
IV.2 20Speeches, Atl. Kiwanis Club, Atlanta, 1/29/1963
IV.2 21Speeches, Milledgeville State Hospital Official Tour, 2/5/1963
IV.2 22Speeches, “Whistler’s Mother”, 2/10/1963
IV.2 23Speeches, GA Cotton Ginners Association, Atlanta, 2/11/1963
IV.2 24Speeches, National Peach Council, Atlanta, 2/18/1963
IV.2 25Speeches, Atlantic Steel Co. Dedication, 2/19/1963
IV.2 26Speeches, Georgia Press Institute, Athens, 2/22/1963
IV.2 27Speeches, Memorial Exercises – Judge B.C. Gardner, 2/25/1963
IV.2 28Speeches, Centennial of Commercial Banking, 2/27/1963
IV.2 29Speeches, Joint Session General Assembly – Re: Youth Bill, 3/5/1963
IV.2 30Speeches, Seminole County Fat Cattle Show, Donalsonville, 3/7/1963
IV.2 31Speeches, G.E.A., 3/22/1963
IV.2 32Speeches, No. Decatur Methodist Men’s Club, 4/1/1963
IV.2 33Speeches, GA Congress Parents and Teachers, Columbus, 4/17/1963
IV.2 34Speeches, Proctor & Gamble, Augusta, 4/17/1963
IV.2 35Speeches, GA Textile Manufacturers’ Association, Boca Raton, FL, 4/18/1963
IV.2 36Speeches, Armour Chemical Co., Decateur, 4/24/1963
IV.2 37Speeches, GA Committee on Youth and Children, Athens, 4/24/1963
IV.2 38Speeches, State Patrol, Graduating Class, 4/25/1963
IV.2 39Speeches, Brooks, Harvey & Co., New York, 5/1/1963
IV.2 40Speeches, To: Constitution Revision Commission, Capitol, 5/6/1963
IV.2 41Speeches, W.E. Business Men’s Association, Atlanta, 5/7/1963
IV.2 42Speeches, Marine Corps Reserve Officers Association, Atlanta, 5/10/1963
IV.2 43Speeches, First Baptist Church, Thomasville, 5/12/1963
IV.2 44Speeches, Union Bag Paper Corp. Dedication, Forest Park, 5/14/1963
IV.2 45Speeches, Executives Club, Atlanta, 5/15/1963
IV.2 46Speeches, GA State AFL-CIO, Savannah, 5/16/1963
IV.2 47Speeches, So.Car. J.C.’s Columbia, SC, 5/18/1963
IV.2 48Speeches, National Guard Armory, Mikie Wolff, Tifton, 5/19/1963
IV.2 49Speeches, Armed Forces Day, Warner Robins, 5/19/1963
IV.2 50Speeches, GA Consumer Finance Association, Savannah, 5/21/1963
IV.2 51Speeches, Southern Co., Columbus, 5/22/1963
IV.2 52Speeches, Re: John Rousakis, Hellenic Community, Savannah, 5/26/1963
IV.2 53Speeches, Salvation Army, Atlanta, 5/28/1963
IV.2 54Speeches, Rabun Gap – Nacoochee School Commencement, 6/2/1963
IV.2 55Speeches, Uncle Remus Museum, Eatonton, 6/5/1963
IV.2 56Speeches, GA Bar Association, Savannah, 6/7/1963
IV.2 57Speeches, Young Harris Commencement, 6/8/1963
IV.2 58Speeches, GA Industrial Loan Association, Atlanta, 6/12/1963
IV.2 59Speeches, Walter F. George Lock & Dam, Ft. Gaines, 6/14/1963
IV.2 60Speeches, GA Probation Parole Association, Savannah, 6/14/1963
IV.2 61Speeches, St. Association of Letter Carriers, Jekyll Island, 6/15/1963
IV.2 62Speeches, GA Press Association, Jekyll Island, 6/15/1963
IV.2 63Speeches, GA Girls State, College Park, 6/17/1963
IV.2 64Speeches, GA Prison Wardens Association Convention, Savannah, 6/17/1963
IV.2 65Speeches, Advertising Federation of America, Atlanta, 6/18/1963
IV.2 66Speeches, St. Mountain Industrial Park, 6/19/1963
IV.2 67Speeches, No. GA Appreciation Luncheon, Chattanooga Rotary Club, 6/20/1963
IV.2 68Speeches, GA Veterans Foreign Wars Annual Convention, Augusta, 6/23/1963
IV.2 69Speeches, GA Municipal Association, Savannah, 6/24/1963
IV.2 70Speeches, GA Tourist Information Center, Savannah, 6/24/1963
IV.2 71Speeches, Atlanta Convention Bureau, Atlanta, 6/26/1963
IV.2 72Speeches, Annual Governor’s Day GA Air National Guard, Marietta, 7/13/1963
IV.2 73Speeches, Dekalb Junior College Groundbreaking, 7/16/1963
IV.2 74Speeches, Future Farmers of America, Covington, 7/17/1963
IV.2 75Speeches, Clayton County Chamber of Commerce, Forest Park, GA, 7/19/1963
IV.2 76Speeches, County Planning congress, Denver, 7/29/1963
IV.2 77Speeches, Appearance Before Senate Commerce Committee, Washington, DC, 7/30/1963
IV.2 78Speeches, GA School Bus Drivers’ Association, Covington, 8/2/1963
IV.2 79Speeches, Association of County Commissioners, Co. Service Workshop, Atlanta, 8/7/1963
IV.2 80Speeches, GA Fireman’s Association, Augusta, 8/8/1963
IV.2 81Speeches, Com. To Improve Education, Atlanta, 8/9/1963
IV.2 82Speeches, Lockheed Management Club, Atlanta, 8/13/1963
IV.2 83Speeches, Lockheed Factory Roll-Out Ceremony C-141-A Starlifter, Marietta, 8/22/1963
IV.2 84Speeches, GA National Guard, 48th Armored Div., Ft. Stewart, GA, 8/24/1963
IV.2 85Speeches, Middle Oconee Watershed, Atlanta, 9/5/1963
IV.2 86Speeches, Water Pollution School, Atlanta, 9/11/1963
IV.2 87Speeches, 30 Millionth Visitor Ceremony, Lake Lanier, 9/13/1963
IV.2 88Speeches, Civic Clubs of Americus, 9/13/1963
IV.2 89Speeches, Petroleum Council of Georgia, Callaway Gardens, 9/16/1963
IV.2 90Speeches, Dedication Yarborough Bldg., Milledgeville, 9/18/1963
IV.2 91Speeches, Training Session State personnel Officers, 9/26/1963
IV.2 92Speeches, Tift College Convocation, Forsyth, 9/27/1963
IV.2 93Speeches, Coweta-Fayette Electric Membership Corp., Newnan, 10/2/1963
IV.2 94Speeches, Joint Tech Georgia Development Fund, Athens, 10/5/1963
IV.2 95Speeches, GA Dental Association, 10/7/1963
IV.2 96Speeches, 75th Anniversary GA Tech, Atlanta, 10/7/1963
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IV.3 1Speeches, Georgia Temperance League, Macon, 10/8/1963
IV.3 2Speeches, Watertown – Madison Manf. Co., Madison, 10/8/1963
IV.3 3Speeches, Industry Festival Appreciation Day, Swainsboro, 10/10/1963
IV.3 4Speeches, GA Southern College, Mrs. Sanders, Statesboro, 10/13/1963
IV.3 5Speeches, First Baptist Church, Statesboro, 10/13/1963
IV.3 6Speeches, No.Ga. Technical & Vocational School, Clarkesville, 10/14/1963
IV.3 7Speeches, Georgia Poultry Federation, Atlanta, 10/15/1963
IV.3 8Speeches, United Daughters of Confederacy, Augusta, 15-Oct
IV.3 9Speeches, Turner County Chamber of Commerce, Ashburn, 10/13/1963
IV.3 10Speeches, Civil Defense Meeting, 10/17/1963
IV.3 11Speeches, National Association of Referees in Bankruptcy, 10/22/1963
IV.3 12Speeches, Chicago Industry Seeking, Chicago, 10/23/1963
IV.3 13Speeches, St. John Methodist Church, Atlanta, 10/27/1963
IV.3 14Speeches, Boston and New York Industrialists, 10/29-10/30/1963
IV.3 15Speeches, Augusta Kiwanis Club, 11/4/1963
IV.3 16Speeches, State-wide Planning Conference, Atlanta, 11/7/1963
IV.3 17Speeches, Association on Mental Deficiency, Atlanta, 11/7/1963
IV.3 18Speeches, Aerojet General Corp., Atlanta, 11/13/1963
IV.3 19Speeches, First Baptist Church, Atlanta, 11/17/1963
IV.3 20Speeches, Thomasville Post Office and Federal Building, 11/17,1963
IV.3 21Speeches, Fort Gordon Salutes C.E.S. Day [Not Delivered], 11/23/1963
IV.3 22Speeches, Magnolia Manor, Americus, 12/3/1963
IV.3 23Speeches, Georgia Bar Association, Atlanta, 12/5/1963
IV.3 24Speeches, GA Farm Equipment Association, Atlanta, 12/9/1963
IV.3 25Speeches, Governor’s Conference on Education, Atlanta, 12/10/1963
IV.3 26Speeches, Royston Chamber of Commerce, 12/10/1963
IV.3 27Speeches, Gracewood State School Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center, 12/11/1963
IV.3 28Harlson County Civic Clubs, Bremen, 12/12/1963
IV.3 29Speeches, Status of Women, Atlanta, 12/12/1963
IV.3 30Speeches, Personnel Officers Council, Atlanta, 1/8/1964
IV.3 31Speeches, Introduction of Billy Graham General Assembly, 1/14/1964
IV.3 32Speeches, State of the State, 1/15/1964
IV.3 33Speeches, Eggs & Issues Breakfast, 1/21/1964
IV.3 34Speeches, Com. For Scientific Research and Development, 1/21/1964
IV.3 35Speeches, Georgia Milk Producers, 1/23/1964
IV.3 36Speeches, Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, 1/26/1964
IV.3 37Speeches, First Baptist Church, Marietta, 1/26/1964
IV.3 38Speeches, Georgia Municipal Association – Mayor’s Day, Atlanta, 1/27/1964
IV.3 39Speeches, Nat’l Conv. Of Young Democrats, Las Vegas, NV, 2/1/1964
IV.3 40Speeches, Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association, 1/4/1964
IV.3 41Speeches, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, 2/6/1964
IV.3 42Speeches, Medical Association of Georgia, 2/15/1964
IV.3 43Speeches, Athletic Hall of Fame, 2/15/1964
IV.3 44Speeches, DeKalb County P.T.A. Cross Keys High School, 2/18/1964
IV.3 45Speeches, Newton County High School, Covington, 3/4/1964
IV.3 46Speeches, Fulton County Demo. Party Inaugural Meeting, Atlanta, 3/18/1964
IV.3 47Speeches, Georgia Education Association, Atlanta, 3/19/1964
IV.3 48Speeches, Elbert Chamber of Commerce, Elberton, 3/20/1964
IV.3 49Speeches, Youth Assembly, YMCA, Atlanta, 3/26/1964
IV.3 50Speeches, Augusta Chamber of Commerce, 3/30/1964
IV.3 51Speeches, Garden Clubs of Georgia, Augusta, 4/1/1964
IV.3 52Speeches, GA Wholesale Grocer’s Association, 3/3/1964
IV.3 53Speeches, GA Asso. County Commissioners, Jekyll Island, 4/6/1964
IV.3 54Speeches, Sylvania Lion’s Club, 4/7/1964
IV.3 55Speeches, Vocational Rehabilitation Conference, Atlanta, 4/8/1964
IV.3 56Speeches, American Association of University Women, Atlanta, 4/11/1964
IV.3 57Speeches, Statesboro Junior Chamber of Commerce, 4/14/1964
IV.3 58Speeches, Montezuma Kiwanis Club, 4/15/1964
IV.3 59Speeches, Columbia Nitrogen Corp., Augusta, 4/17/1964
IV.3 60Speeches, Spalding Co. Alumni Association, UGA, Griffin, 4/17/1964
IV.3 61Speeches, Rock Baptist Church, Rex, GA, undated
IV.3 62Speeches, Macon Lion’s and Kiwanis Club, 4/21/1964
IV.3 63Speeches, Introduction of Herman Talmadge Joint Tech – Georgia Development Fund, New York, 4/22/1964
IV.3 64Speeches, Gordon Military College, Barnesville, 4/24/1964
IV.3 65Speeches, Abraham Baldwin Agric. College Homecoming, Tifton, 4/25/1964
IV.3 66Speeches, Earl Story Family Reunion, Leah, 4/26/1964
IV.3 67Speeches, Walton County Farm Bureau, Monroe, 4/29/1964
IV.3 68Speeches, Joint Session – House and Senate, 5/4/1964
IV.3 69Speeches, Pilot Club of Toccoa, 5/4/1964
IV.3 70Speeches, Forestry Demonstration Seaboard Airline Railroad Co., Athens, 5/6/1964
IV.3 71Speeches, Dairy Festival – Jenkins County, Millen, 5/8/1964
IV.3 72Speeches, School of Pharmacy, Athens, 5/13/1964
IV.3 73Speeches, Special Appalachian Commission – House Public Works Committee, Washington, DC, 5/26/1964
IV.3 74Speeches, Manchester High School Graduation, 5/29/1964
IV.3 75Speeches, Georgia State College, Atlanta, 5/31/1964
IV.3 76Speeches, Treutlen High School, Soperton, 5/31/1964
IV.3 77Speeches, Georgia Bar Association, Augusta, 6/4/1964
IV.3 78Speeches, Rockmart Chamber of Commerce, 6/15/1964
IV.3 79Speeches, Democratic Party, DeKalb County, 6/17/1964
IV.3 80Speeches, Re: Reapportionment – Federal District Court, 6/19/1964
IV.3 81Speeches, GA Municipal Association, 6/23/1964
IV.3 82Speeches, GA Association of County Directors of Family and Children Services, 6/23/1964
IV.3 83Speeches, “See Georgia First” Conference on Industrial And Tourist Development, 6/24/1964
IV.3 84Speeches, Gwinnett Co. Chamber of Commerce, 6/30/1964
IV.3 85Speeches, Young Democrats of Richmond County, Augusta, 7/2/1964
IV.3 86Speeches, Ninth Senatorial District Meeting, Moultrie, 7/9/1964
IV.3 87Speeches, State Board of Children and Youth, 7/16/1964
IV.3 88Speeches, Swearing-in Ceremonies – “Peach State Company”, 7/28/1964
IV.3 89Speeches, Georgia Principal’s Association, Athens, 7/28/1964
IV.3 90Speeches, Civic Clubs of Savannah, 7/29/1964
IV.3 91Speeches, Groundbreaking Ceremonies – Armstrong College, Savannah, 7/29/1964
IV.3 92Speeches, Georgia Mobile Homes Association, Jekyll Island, 7/31/1964
IV.3 93Speeches, Georgia Sheriffs’ Association, St. Simon’s Island, 7/31/1964
IV.3 94Speeches, Georgia Citizen’s Council, Atlanta, 8/11/1964
IV.3 95Speeches, 5th District Masonic Convention, Atlanta, 8/12/1964
IV.3 96Speeches, Evans county – Golden Anniversary Ceremonies, Claxton, 8/14/1964
IV.3 97Speeches, Life of Georgia – Ground Breaking Ceremonies, 8/19/1964
IV.3 98Speeches, Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City, 8/20/1964
IV.3 99Speeches, Golden Goodness of Georgia Eggs, 8/31/1964
IV.3 100Speeches, 100th Anniversary First National Bank, 9/14/1964
IV.3 101Speeches, Columbia Presbyterian Church, Decatur, 9/14/1964
IV.3 102Speeches, Butts County Prison – Progress Celebration, Jackson, 9/15/1964
IV.3 103Speeches, Democratic Party Headquarters, DeKalb Co., 9/16/1964
IV.3 104Speeches, Greater Atlanta GA Tech Club, 9/17/1964
IV.3 105Speeches, Scientific Atlanta, Inc., 9/20/1964
IV.3 106Speeches, National Guard Dedication, Hinesville, 9/20/1964
IV.3 107Speeches, Organizational Meeting Democratic Party, 10th Congressional Meeting, Athens, 9/21/1964
IV.3 108Speeches, Emory University Freshman Orientation, 9/21/1964
IV.3 109Speeches, Marian Howard School, 9/24/1964
IV.3 110Speeches, Young Democrat’s Association of NC, Raleigh, 9/26/1964
IV.3 111Speeches, Executive Management Seminar State Department Heads, 9/27/1964
IV.3 112Speeches, Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, 9/28/1964
IV.3 113Speeches, Georgia State College, 9/28/1964
IV.3 114Speeches, H. Humphrey Introduction – Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 9/29/1964
IV.3 115Speeches, Democratic Rally – Blue Ridge, GA, 10/2/1964
IV.3 116Speeches, Georgia Association of Real Estate Boards, 10/2/1964
IV.3 117Speeches, Lee Street Baptist, Valdosta, GA, 10/4/1964
IV.3 118Speeches, Newton County Democratic party, Covington, GA, 10/5/1964
IV.3 119Speeches, Young Democrats of Emory University, 10/7/1964
IV.3 120Speeches, Roundtable Discussion – Southern Governors’ Conf., San Antonio, 10/13/1964
IV.3 121Speeches, Luther H. Hodges – Introduction, Augusta, 10/15/1964
IV.3 122Speeches, GA State Federal Armed Forces Safety Workshop, 10/15/1964
IV.3 123Speeches, Downtown Connector Dedication, Atlanta, 10/15/1964
IV.3 124Speeches, Groundbreaking – Southeastern Signal Schoo, Fort Gordon, GA, 10/16/1964
IV.3 125Speeches, Georgia Education Association 7th District Convention, Rome, 10/16/1964
IV.3 126Speeches, Save “TVA” Demo. Rally, Gallatin, TN, 10/16/1964
IV.3 127Speeches, Groundbreaking Ceremonies – Law School – University of Georgia, Athens, 10/17/1964
IV.3 128Speeches, Georgia Southern College, Statesboro, 10/19/1964
IV.3 129Speeches, Dedication – Toccoa Manufacturing Co., 10/20/1964
IV.3 130Speeches, Brunswick College Dedication, 10/21/1964
IV.3 131Speeches, Dalton Chamber of Commerce, Dalton, GA, 10/21/1964
IV.3 132Speeches, Omicron Delta Kappa, Emory, 10/22/1964
IV.3 133Speeches, First Baptist Church, Columbus, GA, 10/25/1964
IV.3 134Speeches, Airport Dedication – Patz Field, Elberton, GA, 10/27/1964
IV.3 135Speeches, Comm. Status of Women, Atlanta, 10/27/1964
IV.3 136Speeches, Phi Delta Phi, Athens, GA, 10/28/1964
IV.3 137Speeches, Democratic Fundraising, Wingo, Kentucky, 10/28/1964
IV.3 138Speeches, Conference on Trouble Children, 10/29/1964
IV.3 139Speeches, St. Mark’s Methodist Church, Atlanta, 11/1/1964
IV.3 140Speeches, Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association, 11/10/1964
IV.3 141Speeches, Governor’s Conference on Education, 11/12/1964
IV.3 142Speeches, Carl Vinson Day, Milledgeville, 11/17/1964
IV.3 143Speeches, Milledgeville Kiwanis Club, Milledgeville, 12/4/1964
IV.3 144Speeches, Southeastern Industrial Real Estate Conf., Atlanta, 12/7/1964
IV.3 145Speeches, AM Association of State Highway Officials, Atlanta, 12/8/1964
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IV.4 1Speeches, C.E.S., Jan. 1965
IV.4 2Speeches, C.E.S., Feb. 1965
IV.4 3Speeches, C.E.S., March 1965
IV.4 4Speeches, C.E.S., April 1965
IV.4 5Speeches, C.E.S., May 1965
IV.4 6Speeches, C.E.S., June 1965
IV.4 7Speeches, C.E.S., July 1965
IV.4 8Speeches, C.E.S., Aug. 1965
IV.4 9Speeches, C.E.S., Sept. 1965
IV.4 10Speeches, C.E.S., Oct. 1965
IV.4 11Speeches, C.E.S., Nov. 1965
IV.4 12Speeches, C.E.S., Dec. 1965
IV.4 13Speeches, C.E.S., Jan. 1966
IV.4 14Speeches, C.E.S., Feb. 1966
IV.4 15Speeches, C.E.S., March 1966
IV.4 16Speeches, C.E.S., April 1966
IV.4 17Speeches, C.E.S., May 1966
IV.4 18Speeches, C.E.S., June 1966
IV.4 19Speeches, C.E.S., July 1966
IV.4 20Speeches, C.E.S., Aug. 1966
IV.4 21Speeches, C.E.S., Oct. 1966
IV.4 22Speeches, C.E.S., Dec. 1966
IV.4 23Speeches, C.E.S., Jan. 1967
IV.4 24Speeches, Speech, Jan. 1967
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IV.5 1Speeches, Arkansas
IV.5 2Speeches, California
IV.5 3Speeches, Connecticut
IV.5 4Speeches, Delaware
IV.5 5Speeches, Florida
IV.5 6Speeches, Idaho
IV.5 7Speeches, Illinois
IV.5 8Speeches, Maine
IV.5 9Speeches, Maryland
IV.5 10Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 1
IV.5 11Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 2
IV.5 12Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 3
IV.5 13Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 4
IV.5 14Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 5
IV.5 15Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 6
IV.5 16Speeches, New York, N. Rockefeller 7
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IV.6 1Speeches, New York Rockefeller 8
IV.6 2Speeches, New York Rockefeller 9
IV.6 3Speeches, North Carolina
IV.6 4Speeches, Pennsylvania 1
IV.6 5Speeches, Pennsylvania 2
IV.6 6Speeches, Rhode Island 1
IV.6 7Speeches, Rhode Island 2
IV.6 8Speeches, Rhode Island 3
IV.6 9Speeches, South Dakota
IV.6 10Speeches, Texas
IV.6 11Speeches, Vermont
 

V. Press Releases

Extent: 2.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of press announcements released while Sanders was governor of Georgia.
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V.1 1Press Releases January (1), January 1963
V.1 2Press Releases January (2), January 1963
V.1 3February (1), February 1963
V.1 4February (2), February 1963
V.1 5March (1), 1963
V.1 6March (2), 1963
V.1 7April (1), 1963
V.1 8April (2), 1963
V.1 9May (1), 1963
V.1 10May (2), 1963
V.1 11June (1), 1963
V.1 12June (2), 1963
V.1 13July (1), 1963
V.1 14July (2), 1963
V.1 15August, 1963
V.1 16September (1), 1963
V.1 17September (2), 1963
V.1 18October (1), 1963
V.1 19October (2), 1963
V.1 20November (1), 1963
V.1 21November (2), 1963
V.1 22December (1), 1963
V.1 23December (2), 1963
V.1 24January (1), 1964
V.1 25January (2), 1964
V.1 26February (1), 1964
V.1 27February (2), 1964
V.1 28March (1), 1964
V.1 29March (2), 1964
V.1 30April (1), 1964
V.1 31April (2), 1964
V.1 32May (1), 1964
V.1 33May (2), 1964
V.1 34June (1), 1964
V.1 35June (2), 1964
V.1 36July (1), 1964
V.1 37July (2), 1964
V.1 38August (1), 1964
V.1 39August (2), 1964
BoxFolder
V.2 1September (1), 1964
V.2 2September (2), 1964
V.2 3October (1), 1964
V.2 4October (2), 1964
V.2 5November (1), 1964
V.2 6November (2), 1964
V.2 7December (1), 1964
V.2 8December (2), 1964
V.2 9January (1), 1965
V.2 10January (2), 1965
V.2 11February (1), 1965
V.2 12February (2), 1965
V.2 13March (1), 1965
V.2 14March (2), 1965
V.2 15April (1), 1965
V.2 16April (2), 1965
V.2 17May (1), 1965
V.2 18May (2), 1965
V.2 19June (1), 1965
V.2 20June (2), 1965
V.2 21July (1), 1965
V.2 22July (2), 1965
V.2 23August (1), 1965
V.2 24August (2), 1965
V.2 25September (1), 1965
V.2 26September (2), 1965
V.2 27October (1), 1965
V.2 28October (2), 1965
V.2 29November (1), 1965
V.2 30November (2), 1965
V.2 31December (1), 1965
V.2 32December (2), 1965
V.2 33January (1), 1966
V.2 34January (2), 1966
V.2 35February (1), 1966
V.2 36February (2), 1966
V.2 37March (1), 1966
V.2 38March (2),, 1966
V.2 39April (1), 1966
V.2 40April (2), 1966
V.2 41May (1), 1966
V.2 42May (2), 1966
V.2 43June (1), 1966
V.2 44June (2), 1966
V.2 45July (1), 1966
V.2 46July (2), 1966
V.2 47August (1), 1966
V.2 48August (2), 1966
V.2 49September (1), 1966
V.2 50September (2), 1966
V.2 51October (1), 1966
V.2 52October (2), 1966
V.2 53November (1), 1966
V.2 54November (2), 1966
V.2 55December (1), 1966
V.2 56December (2), 1966
V.2 57January (1), 1967
 

VI. Governor's Conferences

Extent: 4.0 boxes (4 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series contains correspondence, issue files, brochures, etc. on U.S. Governors Conferences held during Sanders' governorship. The bulk of the material is relevant to the Southern Governors Conference at Sea Island, Georgia.
BoxFolder
VI.1 1Airline Officials
VI.1 2Conference Meeting Arrangements Committee
VI.1 3Acknowledgements
VI.1 4Betty Bargmann
VI.1 5Department Head Invitees
VI.1 6Entertainers
VI.1 7General File for Governors’ Conference
VI.1 8Golf Clubs for Governors
VI.1 9Guns
VI.1 10Invoices Paid, Governors’ Conference
VI.1 11Invitees Other than Sponsers
VI.1 12National Guard Expenses
VI.1 13Photographs Sent
VI.1 14Press
VI.1 15Southern Governors’ Press Material
VI.1 16Printing
VI.1 17Program
VI.1 18Reception Committee
VI.1 19Reservations
VI.1 20Social & Entertainment
VI.1 21Supplies
VI.1 22Thank You Letters
VI.1 23Thank You Southern Gov.
VI.1 24Tickets
BoxFolder
VI.2 1April 15 Luncheon, Governor’s Mansion 12:30 pm
VI.2 2Southern Governors’ Conference, Sea Island, (1965)
VI.2 3Southern Governors’ Conference, Sea Island, GA, 1965
VI.2 4Finances
VI.2 5Deposits
VI.2 6Gifts
VI.2 7Reservation Requests
VI.2 8Special Events
VI.2 9Transportation
VI.2 10Mrs. Sander’s Luncheon Invitees
VI.2 11Southern Governors’ Conference, General File
VI.2 12Whiskey
BoxFolder
VI.3 1Industrial Development
VI.3 2-3Southern Governors’ Conference, White Sulphur Springs, WV, 1963
VI.3 4Southern Governors’ Conference, San Antonio, TX
VI.3 5Briefing Session for Governor's Aides
VI.3 6Southern Governor's Conference John Harper, 1964
VI.3 7Resolutions Committee
VI.3 8Freight Rate Committee, 1965
VI.3 9Freight Rate Program
VI.3 10Southern Governors’ Conference File
VI.3 11Southern Governors’ Conference, 1964
VI.3 12Governors’ Conference, 1966
VI.3 13Southern Governors’ Conference, Kentucky Dam Village State Park, 1966
BoxFolder
VI.4 1National Governors’ Conference, Cleveland, OH, Jun. 6-10, 1964
VI.4 2Governors’ Conference Meeting, Chicago (1), Nov. 30, 1964
VI.4 3Governors’ Conference Meeting, Chicago (2), Nov. 30, 1964
VI.4 4National Governor's Conference Study Committee
VI.4 5National Governors’ Conference – Shirley
VI.4 6National Governors’ Conference, Las Vegas, NV (1), Mar. 11, 1965
VI.4 7National Governors’ Conference, Las Vegas, NV (2), Mar. 11, 1965
VI.4 8National Governors’ Conference Entering Conference, Dec. 16, 1966
 

VII. Betty Foy Sanders

Extent: 2.0 boxes (1.25 linear foot)
Scope and Content: This series contains correspondence, subject files and photographs relevant to Mrs. Sanders personal appearances and involvements in Sanders governorship.
BoxFolder
VII.1 1American Cancer Society Drive, 1963-1964
VII.1 2American Cancer Society, 1966
VII.1 3Atlanta & Georgia Music Clubs, undated
VII.1 4Atlanta Art Association, 1963-1964
VII.1 5“Best Hatted” Award Information, undated
VII.1 6Christmas, 1963
VII.1 7Christmas, 1964
VII.1 8Christmas, 1965
VII.1 9Christmas Cards, 1963-1965
VII.1 10“100” Club Dinner, undated
VII.1 11Democratic National Convention, 1964
VII.1 12Entertainment at the Mansion, undated
VII.1 13European Trip, undated
VII.1 14“First Lady” Cookbook Information, undated
VII.1 15Mrs. Sanders Doctor’s Report, Dr. Peacock, [RESTRICTED], undated
VII.1 16Flea Market, 1965
VII.1 17Framing Costs, undated
VII.1 18Georgia Art Commission, 1964
VII.1 19Georgia Day at the World’s Fair, undated
VII.1 20Governors’ Meeting at Mansion, May 1965
VII.1 21Hats, Received, undated
VII.1 22Hats, Regrets, undated
VII.1 23Inauguration, 1965
VII.1 24Information on Roman Urn Presented to Mrs. Sanders, undated
VII.1 25Mrs. Lyndon Johnson’s Visit to Georgia, 11-May-64
VII.1 26Letters About 1966 Stein Christmas Lithos, 1966-1967
VII.1 27Licensed Nurse, undated
VII.1 28McCall’s Article, undated
VII.1 29Mansion Present, undated
VII.1 30Legislative Dinner, 1964
VII.1 31Legislative Dinner, 1965
VII.1 32Legislative Dinner, 1966
VII.1 33Mayor’s Day, First Lady’s Dinner Dance, 1964
VII.1 34New Mansion, undated
VII.1 35Request for Paintings, undated
VII.1 36Favorite Recipes, undated
VII.1 37Favorite Recipes Requests, undated
VII.1 38Recipes of Interest, undated
VII.1 39Sanders Family Tree (Linage), undated
VII.1 40Statesboro College and Georgia State Fine Arts Building, undated
VII.1 41Suppliers and Friends, undated
VII.1 42Woman of the Year Information, undated
VII.1 43Copies of Thank Yous Written for Art Show Gifts, etc., undated
VII.1 44Tifton Art Association and Museum, undated
VII.1 45Tri Delt Rec Sheets, undated
VII.1 46Types and Styles of Invitations, undated
VII.1 47Women’s Clubs, undated
Box
VII.2 The Artist Within: The Legacy of Betty Foy Sanders, Georgia's 74th First Lady [book], 2002
 

VIII. National Commission on Urban Problems

Extent: 2.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of correspondence, background material, hearings and reports of commissions of which Sanders was a member.
BoxFolder
VIII.1 1Report, Introduction
VIII.1 2Report, Part I
VIII.1 3Report, Part II
VIII.1 4Report, Part III
VIII.1 5Report, Part IV
VIII.1 6Report, Part V
VIII.1 7Report, Part VI
VIII.1 8Report, Part II Intro
VIII.1 9Report, Part II Chapter 1
VIII.1 10Research Report No. 8: More Than Shelter: Social Needs in Low and Moderate Income Housing (2 copies), 1968
VIII.1 11Research Report No. 9: Housing Conditions in Urban Poverty Areas
VIII.1 12Research Report No. 10: Urban Housing Needs Through the 1980s: an Analysis and Projection
VIII.1 13Research Report No. 11: Zoning Controversies in the Suburbs: Three Case Studies
VIII.1 14Research Report No. 14: Legal Remedies for Housing Code Violations
VIII.1 15Hearings Before the National Commission on Urban Problems
VIII.1 16The Report of the President’s Committee on Urban Housing: A Decent Home
VIII.1 17The Need and Feasibility of a National Housing Policy for the United States
VIII.1 18Survey and Report of the Building Industry in the San Francisco Bay Area for the National Commission on Urban Problems
VIII.1 19Urban Renewal Programs Assisted by Title I of the Housing Act of 1949
BoxFolder
VIII.2 1Correspondence
VIII.2 2Draft Report, Part III, Chapt. 1-7
VIII.2 3Draft Report, Part VI, Chapt. Chapt. 1, 3
VIII.2 4Draft Report, Part VII, Chapt. 1, 2
VIII.2 5Final Draft, Part I
VIII.2 6Final Draft, Part II, Chapt. 1, 2
VIII.2 7Final Draft, Part II, Chapt. 3-5
VIII.2 8Final Draft, Part II, Chapt. 6-8
VIII.2 9Final Draft, Part III, Chapt. 1
VIII.2 10Final Draft, Part III, Chapt. 2-3
VIII.2 11Final Draft, Part III, Chapt. 4-5
VIII.2 12Final Draft, Part V, Chapt. 1-2
VIII.2 13Final Draft, Part V, Chapt. 3-5
VIII.2 14Final Draft, Part VI, Chapt. 1-2
VIII.2 15Final Report, Part I
VIII.2 16Final Report, Part II
VIII.2 17Final Report, Part III
VIII.2 18Final Report, Part IV
VIII.2 19Final Report, V
VIII.2 20Final Report, VI
 

IX. Georgia Reorganization of Government

Extent: 3.0 boxes (3 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series includes correspondence, issue files and reports relevant to the reorganization of Georgia state government departments.
BoxFolder
IX.1 1Audit Reports
IX.1 2Act of Legislature
IX.1 3Basic Material (1)
IX.1 4Basic Material (2)
IX.1 5Bills as Passed (1)
IX.1 6Bills as Passed (2)
IX.1 7Bills as Passed (3)
IX.1 8Budget Bureau
IX.1 9Charts
IX.1 10Claimed Savings
IX.1 11Clippings
IX.1 12Commissioner of Labor (1)
IX.1 13Commissioner of Labor (2)
IX.1 14Commissioner of Labor (3)
IX.1 15Commissioner of Labor Vetoes
IX.1 16Compromise
IX.1 17Correspondence
IX.1 18Court Cases
IX.1 19Court Challenge
BoxFolder
IX.2 1Data Processing Study (1)
IX.2 2Data Processing Study (2)
IX.2 3Data Processing Study (3)
IX.2 4Data Processing Study (4)
IX.2 5Data Processing Study (5)
IX.2 6Failures
IX.2 7Federal Level
IX.2 8General Assembly
IX.2 9Health Department
IX.2 10House Bill (1)
IX.2 11House Bill (2)
IX.2 12Human Resources Dept.
IX.2 13Implementation
IX.2 14Labor Laws
IX.2 15Letters
IX.2 16Merit System
IX.2 17Personnel
IX.2 18Plan and Analysis (1)
BoxFolder
IX.3 1Plan and Analysis (2)
IX.3 2Plan and Analysis (3)
IX.3 3Platform
IX.3 4Poetry
IX.3 5Policy
IX.3 6Pros and Cons
IX.3 7Releases
IX.3 8“Savings”
IX.3 9State Senate
IX.3 10Statehouse Officers
IX.3 11Study (1)
IX.3 12Study (2)
IX.3 13Study (3)
IX.3 14Study: State of Georgia Reorganization and Mangaement Improvement (2 books), Nov. 1971
 

X. Georgia State Government Agencies

Extent: 2.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of correspondence relating to the distribution of premium fees to insurance agents throughout the state for state insurance coverage and correspondence relating to the reconstruction and repair of residences in the various state parks.
BoxFolder
X.1 1Insurance, Appling
X.1 2Insurance, Atkinson
X.1 3Insurance, Bacon
X.1 4Insurance, Baker
X.1 5Insurance, Baldwin
X.1 6Insurance, Banks
X.1 7Insurance, Barrow
X.1 8Insurance, Bartow
X.1 9Insurance, Ben Hill
X.1 10Insurance, Berrien
X.1 11Insurance, Bibb
X.1 12Insurance, Bleckley
X.1 13Insurance, Brantley
X.1 14Insurance, Brooks
X.1 15Insurance, Bryan
X.1 16Insurance, Bulloch
X.1 17Insurance, Burke
X.1 18Insurance, Butts
X.1 19Insurance, Calhoun
X.1 20Insurance, Camden
X.1 21Insurance, Candler
X.1 22Insurance, Carroll
X.1 23Insurance, Catoosa
X.1 24Insurance, Charlton
X.1 25Insurance, Chatham
X.1 26Insurance, Chattooga
X.1 27Insurance, Cherokee
X.1 28Insurance, Clay
X.1 29Insurance, Clayton
X.1 30Insurance, Clarke
X.1 31Insurance, Clinch
X.1 32Insurance, Cobb
X.1 33Insurance, Coffee
X.1 34Insurance, Colquitt
X.1 35Insurance, Columbia
X.1 36Insurance, Cook
X.1 37Insurance, Coweta
X.1 38Insurance, Crawford
X.1 39Insurance, Crisp
X.1 40Insurance, Dade
X.1 41Insurance, Dawson
X.1 42Insurance, Decatur
X.1 43Insurance, DeKalb
X.1 44Insurance, Dodge
X.1 45Insurance, Dooly
X.1 46Insurance, Dougherty
X.1 47Insurance, Douglas
X.1 48Insurance, Early
X.1 49Insurance, Echols
X.1 50Insurance, Effingham
X.1 51Insurance, Elbert
X.1 52Insurance, Emanuel
X.1 53Insurance, Evans
X.1 54Insurance, Fannin
X.1 55Insurance, Fayette
X.1 56Insurance, Floyd
X.1 57Insurance, Forsyth
X.1 58Insurance, Franklin
X.1 59Insurance, Fulton (1)
X.1 60Insurance, Fulton (2)
X.1 61Insurance, Gilmer
X.1 62Insurance, Glascock
X.1 63Insurance, Glynn
X.1 64Insurance, Gordon
X.1 65Insurance, Grady
X.1 66Insurance, Greene
X.1 67Insurance, Gwinnett
X.1 68Insurance, Habersham
X.1 69Insurance, Hall
X.1 70Insurance, Hancock
X.1 71Insurance, Haralson
X.1 72Insurance, Harris
X.1 73Insurance, Hart
X.1 74Insurance, Heard
X.1 75Insurance, Henry
X.1 76Insurance, Houston
X.1 77Insurance, Irwin
X.1 78Insurance, Jackson
X.1 79Insurance, Jasper
X.1 80Insurance, Jeff Davis
X.1 81Insurance, Jefferson
X.1 82Insurance, Jenkins
X.1 83Insurance, Johnson
X.1 84Insurance, Jones
X.1 85Insurance, Lamar
X.1 86Insurance, Lanier
X.1 87Insurance, Laurens
X.1 88Insurance, Lee
X.1 89Insurance, Liberty
X.1 90Insurance, Long
X.1 91Insurance, Lowndes
X.1 92Insurance, Lumpkin
X.1 93Insurance, Macon
X.1 94Insurance, Madison
X.1 95Insurance, Marion
X.1 96Insurance, McDuffie
X.1 97Insurance, McIntosh
X.1 98Insurance, Meriwether
X.1 99Insurance, Miller
X.1 100Insurance, Mitchell
X.1 101Insurance, Monroe
X.1 102Insurance, Montgomery
X.1 103Insurance, Morgan
X.1 104Insurance, Murray
X.1 105Insurance, Muscogee
X.1 106Insurance, Newton
X.1 107Insurance, Oconee
X.1 108Insurance, Oglethorpe
X.1 109Insurance, Paulding
X.1 110Insurance, Peach
X.1 111Insurance, Pickens
X.1 112Insurance, Pierce
X.1 113Insurance, Pike
X.1 114Insurance, Polk
X.1 115Insurance, Pulaski
X.1 116Insurance, Putnam
X.1 117Insurance, Quitman
X.1 118Insurance, Rabun
X.1 119Insurance, Randolph
X.1 120Insurance, Richmond
X.1 121Insurance, Rockdale
X.1 122Insurance, Screven
X.1 123Insurance, Seminole
X.1 124Insurance, Spalding
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X.2 1Insurance, Stephens
X.2 2Insurance, Stewart
X.2 3Insurance, Sumter
X.2 4Insurance, Talbot
X.2 5Insurance, Taliaferro
X.2 6Insurance, Tattnall
X.2 7Insurance, Taylor
X.2 8Insurance, Telfair
X.2 9Insurance, Terrell
X.2 10Insurance, Thomas
X.2 11Insurance, Tift
X.2 12Insurance, Toombs
X.2 13Insurance, Towns
X.2 14Insurance, Treutlen
X.2 15Insurance, Troup
X.2 16Insurance, Turner
X.2 17Insurance, Twiggs
X.2 18Insurance, Union
X.2 19Insurance, Upson
X.2 20Insurance, Walker
X.2 21Insurance, Walton
X.2 22Insurance, Ware
X.2 23Insurance, Warren
X.2 24Insurance, Washington
X.2 25Insurance, Wayne
X.2 26Insurance, Webster
X.2 27Insurance, Wheeler
X.2 28Insurance, White
X.2 29Insurance, Whitefield
X.2 30Insurance, Wilcox
X.2 31Insurance, Wilkes
X.2 32Insurance, Wilkinson
X.2 33Insurance, Worth
X.2 34Gasoline, Appling
X.2 35Gasoline, Baldwin
X.2 36Gasoline, Barrow
X.2 37Gasoline, Berrien
X.2 38Gasoline, Bibb
X.2 39Gasoline, Bleckley
X.2 40Gasoline, Brantley
X.2 41Gasoline, Bryan
X.2 42Gasoline, Bulloch
X.2 43Gasoline, Burke
X.2 44Gasoline, Butts
X.2 45Gasoline, Candler
X.2 46Gasoline, Clarke
X.2 47Gasoline, Clayton
X.2 48Gasoline, Clinch
X.2 49Gasoline, Coffee
X.2 50Gasoline, Colquitt
X.2 51Gasoline, Coweta
X.2 52Gasoline, Crisp
X.2 53Gasoline, Dodge
X.2 54Gasoline, Dooly
X.2 55Gasoline, Dougherty
X.2 56Gasoline, Early
X.2 57Gasoline, Elbert
X.2 58Gasoline, Evans
X.2 59Gasoline, Forsyth
X.2 60Gasoline, Franklin
X.2 61Gasoline, Glynn
X.2 62Gasoline, Greene
X.2 63Gasoline, Gwinnett
X.2 64Gasoline, Habersham
X.2 65Gasoline, Hall
X.2 66Gasoline, Hancock
X.2 67Gasoline, Hart
X.2 68Gasoline, Houston
X.2 69Gasoline, Jackson
X.2 70Gasoline, Jefferson
X.2 71Gasoline, Jones
X.2 72Gasoline, Liberty
X.2 73Gasoline, Lowndes
X.2 74Gasoline, Madison
X.2 75Gasoline, Miller
X.2 76Gasoline, McIntosh
X.2 77Gasoline, Newton
X.2 78Gasoline, Pickens
X.2 79Gasoline, Pierce
X.2 80Gasoline, Pike
X.2 81Gasoline, Polk
X.2 82Gasoline, Pulaski
X.2 83Gasoline, Putnam
X.2 84Gasoline, Randolph
X.2 85Gasoline, Spalding
X.2 86Gasoline, Sumter
X.2 87Gasoline, Tattnall
X.2 88Gasoline, Telfair
X.2 89Gasoline, Thomas
X.2 90Gasoline, Tift
X.2 91Gasoline, Toombs
X.2 92Gasoline, Turner
X.2 93Gasoline, Upson
X.2 94Gasoline, Ware
X.2 95Gasoline, Warren
X.2 96Gasoline, Washington
X.2 97Gasoline, Wayne
X.2 98Gasoline, Wilkes
X.2 99Gasoline, Wilkinson
 

XI. 1976 National Elections

Extent: 1.0 box (1 linear foot)
Scope and Content: The bulk of material in this series relates to the campaign positions of Jimmy Carter although other candidates are included. The material is arranged alphabetically by the following subject headings: Issues and Individuals. The series also contains clippings, articles, and notes.
BoxFolder
XI.1 1Abortion
XI.1 2Advertising
XI.1 3Agriculture
XI.1 4Agnew, Spiro
XI.1 5Amnesty
XI.1 6Atomic Bomb
XI.1 7Audits (Administrative Services)
XI.1 8Audits (Comparative Summary)
XI.1 9Audits (Human Resources)
XI.1 10Balanced Budget, 1976
XI.1 11Blacks, 1976
XI.1 12Banks
XI.1 13Bond, Julian
XI.1 14Biographical
XI.1 15Budget
XI.1 16Busing
XI.1 17Business
XI.1 18“Cabinet Selections”, 1976
XI.1 19Campaign (Platform), 1970
XI.1 20Campaign, Clippings (1), 1976
XI.1 21Campaign, Clippings (2), 1976
XI.1 22Campaign Funds, 1976
XI.1 23Constitutional Government
XI.1 24Construction Industry
XI.1 25Consumer Agency, 1976
XI.1 26Crime
XI.1 27Daley, Richard J., 1976
XI.1 28Debates, 1976
XI.1 29Defense, 1976
XI.1 30Democratic Convention, 1976
XI.1 31Democratic Party
XI.1 32Diet, 1976
XI.1 33Doctors
XI.1 34The Economy, 1976
XI.1 35Education
XI.1 36Election, 1976
XI.1 37Ethics
XI.1 38Finances
XI.1 39Burt Lance
XI.1 40Labor, 1976
XI.1 41“Liberal Image”, 1976
XI.1 42Liquor
XI.1 43McCarthy, 1976
XI.1 44McGovern
XI.1 45Billy Graham
XI.1 46Health, 1976
XI.1 47Dept. of Human Resources
XI.1 48Inflation, 1976
XI.1 49Israel, 1976
XI.1 50King, M.L.
XI.1 51Kissinger, Henry
XI.1 52Maddox
XI.1 53Mental Health
XI.1 54Mondale, 1976
XI.1 55Municipal Gov.
XI.1 56Newspapers
XI.1 57Nixon
XI.1 58The Pardon, 1976
XI.1 59Platform, 1976
XI.1 60Playboy, 1976
XI.1 61Polls, 1976
XI.1 62Policy, 1976
XI.1 63Popularity
XI.1 64Sheriffs
XI.1 65Soviet Union, 1976
XI.1 66Staff
XI.1 67Strategy, 1976
XI.1 68State Chamber
XI.1 69Tax Reform, 1976
XI.1 70Taxes
XI.1 71Toll Roads
XI.1 72Unemployment, 1976
XI.1 73University System
XI.1 74Voting, 1976
XI.1 75Wage and Price Controls, 1976
XI.1 76Wallace
XI.1 77Watergate, 1976
XI.1 78Welfare Reform (1), 1976
XI.1 79Georgia Welfare Reform Planning Project
 

XII. Miscellaneous Files

Extent: 4.0 boxes (4 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series contains folders with various subject headings that were filed in one drawer labeled “CS-Miscellaneous.” There is no apparent link within each file.
BoxFolder
XII.1 1Tugaloo
XII.1 2Red Top Mountain
XII.1 3Wright Lipford
XII.1 4Correspondence with LGM
XII.1 5Chehaw
XII.1 6Gorndonia Alatamaha
XII.1 7Magnolia Springs
XII.1 8Hart Park
XII.1 9[State Parks, General]
BoxFolder
XII.2 1Sanders, General [Tax and Budget Newspaper Clippings]
XII.2 2[Speech: The Carl Sanders Plan for a Bigger, Better, and More Prosperous Georgia]
XII.2 [Prosperous Georgia]
XII.2 3Carl Sanders “Ragen Report”
XII.2 4Carl Sanders Campaign, 1962
XII.2 5Carl Sanders Probation and Parole Association
XII.2 6[Revision of the State Constitution], 1964
XII.2 7[Education]
XII.2 8Carl Sanders, GEA Address, March 22, 1963
XII.2 9Educational Booklets
XII.2 101965 Southern Governors’ Conference, Sea Island, GA, 9/11/1965
XII.2 11[Drawing of House]
XII.2 12Maddox Succession
XII.2 13[Maddox, Lester, General (1)]
XII.2 14[Maddox, Lester, General (2)]
XII.2 15[State of the State], 1969
XII.2 16[Unidentified House Plans]
XII.2 17[James F. Cook Interview with Carl E. Sanders]
BoxFolder
XII.3 1Carl Sanders [Newspaper Clippings]
XII.3 2Carl Sanders, ’66 Campaign, 1966
XII.3 3Carl Sanders, 1966
XII.3 4Carl Sanders, Record in Commission
XII.3 5LBJ [Lyndon B. Johnson]
XII.3 6Carl Sanders, State of the State, 1965
XII.3 7Carl Sanders, 1965
XII.3 8Bowdoin
XII.3 9Young Democrats of Florida, 8-Jun-63
XII.3 10Carl Sanders State of the State, 1964
XII.3 11Carl Sanders, 1964
XII.3 12Carl Sanders Democratic Party, undated
XII.3 13Carl Sanders Taxes, undated
XII.3 14Carl Sanders, 1962
XII.3 15Carl Sanders, “Civil Rights”, 30-Jul-63
BoxFolder
XII.4 1Comments on Sanders’ Decision Not to Run for Senate, undated
XII.4 2Japan Trip, undated
XII.4 3Gov. Wallace Visit, undated
XII.4 4Goldwater, undated
XII.4 5Marvin Griffin, undated
XII.4 6Golden Key Awards, undated
XII.4 7Inauguration, undated
XII.4 8Presidential Inauguration, 1965
XII.4 9Governor’s Staff Account, undated
XII.4 10Vandiver, undated
XII.4 11CQ Reference Material on the 1965 Voting Rights Bill, undated
XII.4 12“Washington Trip” (Special), undated
BoxFolder
XII.413Governor's Mansion, 1966-1968
 

XIII. Newspaper Clippings and Scrapbooks, 1962-2008 (Bulk, 1962-1982)

Extent: 12.0 boxes
Scope and Content: This series contains clippings and scrapbooks that relate to Sanders service as governor and Jimmy Carter’s presidency.
BoxFolder
XIII.1 1Democratic Party
XIII.1 2Arnall
XIII.1 3Arnall, Write-In
XIII.1 4Byrd
XIII.1 5Carter
XIII.1 6Gray
XIII.1 7O’Kelley
XIII.1 8Maddox
XIII.1 9Minor GA Races: MacKay, Landrum, Hagan, Flynt
XIII.1 10George T. Smith
XIII.1 11Geer
XIII.1 12Smith Geer Race
XIII.1 13Bedgood
XIII.1 14Legislative Independence
XIII.1 15Gov. Sanders
XIII.1 16Weltner
XIII.1 17Caldwell
XIII.1 18Weltner Editorials
XIII.1 19Pre-Primary Editorials
XIII.1 20Pre-Runoff Editorials
XIII.1 21Pre-Election Editorials
XIII.1 22Write-In Editorials
XIII.1 23Gillis
XIII.1 24Pre-primary Summaries of Overall GA Political Scene
XIII.1 25Gubernatorial Primary: All Candidates
XIII.1 26Post-Runoff on Gubernatorial Demo. Cand.
XIII.1 27Gubernatorial Runoff
XIII.1 28Pre-Election, Maddox
XIII.1 29Reaction to Maddox
XIII.1 30Republican Party
XIII.1 31Callaway
XIII.1 32Callaway-Maddox Election
XIII.1 33[Callaway-Maddox Election (2)]
XIII.1 34-35Callaway- Clipping Services
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XIII.2Miscellaneous clippings
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XIII.3Miscellaneous clippings
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XIII.4Miscellaneous clippings
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XIII.5Miscellaneous clippings
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XIII.6Miscellaneous clippings
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XIII.7[Georgia Newspapers: Front Page Election Results], 1962 September
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XIII.81[Magazines], 1969-2008
XIII.82[Clippings], 2003-2004
Scrapbooks, 1962-1963
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XIII.9Carl Sanders for Governor '62 [unbound pages], 1962
XIII.974th Governor [unbound pages], 1962-1963
XIII.9[Governor Carl Sanders] [unbound pages], 1962-1963
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XIII.10Carl E. Sanders 1962 Campaign, 1962
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XIII.11[1962 Campaign], 1962
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XIII.12Carl E. Sanders, Governor, 1963-1967
 

XIV. Photographs and Slides

Extent: 9.0 boxes (8.25 linear feet and 28 megabytes)
Scope and Content: This series consists of campaign photographs of Carl E. Sanders from the files of Betty Foy Sanders and occasionally from other files. The digital photographs include images from Georgia airport dedications, the Southern Governors' Conference in 1965, and actress Susan Hayward filming on location in Georgia.
Conditions Governing Access note: This series contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.
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XIV.1 1Governor Carl and Betty Sanders with four unidentified individuals on a boat. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Same content as previous photo. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders reeling a fishing rod. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders holding a fishing rod; unidentified man beside her. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders holding a fishing rod. Unidentified man beside her. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Unidentified man sitting, holding a fishing rod. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders reeling a fishing rod; unidentified man beside him. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders reeling in a fish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Same content as previous photo. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1A sailfish jumping out of the water. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Sailfish jumping out of the water. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1A sailfish being reeled in from the water. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Close up of a sailfish that was reeled in. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders sitting in a boat smiling, holding fin of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders and Carl sander in a boat, Carl sanders holding fin of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Carl Sanders in a boat with his hands on the fins of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Betty Sanders in a boat with her hand on the fin of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Betty Sanders holding the fin of a sailfish while in a boat. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders sitting in a boat holding the fins of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
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XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders sitting in a boat holding the fin of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders and an unidentified individual touching fins of a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders sitting a boat touching a sailfish; Betty Sanders beside him. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders sitting in a boat and an unidentified individual touching a sailfish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl and Betty Sanders standing beside two sailfish and a shark. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl and Betty Sanders and an unidentified man standing beside two sailfish and a shark. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders standing beside two sailfish and a shark. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico., Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl and Betty Sanders standing with an unidentified individual in front of three large fish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders standing in front of three large fish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Same content as previous photo. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Unidentified individual, Governor Carl and Betty Sanders standing in front of three large hanging fish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Same content as previous photo. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl and Betty Sanders standing in front of three large hanging fish. Fishing Trip. Acapulco, Mexico, Mar-63
Extent: [8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders on a boat holding two catfish with two unidentified individuals, undated
Extent: [5x7, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders bowling, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders bowling; Group of unidentified individuals watching, undated
Extent: [ 8x10, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders aiming a rifle; four unidentified individuals also holding rifles, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified individual dressed in camouflage, hunting, Nov-66
Extent: [ 5x3½, color]
XIV.1 1Five unidentified men wearing camouflage, one holding a rifle, hunting, Nov-66
Extent: [ 5x3½, color]
XIV.1 1An unidentified man holding a rifle, back to the camera, hunting, Nov-66
Extent: [ 5x3½, color]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified man, both holding rifles and wearing camouflage, hunting, Nov-66
Extent: [ 5x3½, color]
XIV.1 1An unidentified man holding a gun, wearing camouflage, hunting, Nov-66
Extent: [ 5x3½, color]
XIV.1 1An unidentified man wearing camouflage, hunting, Nov-66
Extent: [ 5x3½, color]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders on horseback in the woods, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified man both on horseback in the woods, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified man on horseback, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Four unidentified individuals and Governor Carl Sanders holding a bird, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified man standing in the woods, hunting, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Three unidentified men, two inside a horse pulled covered wagon, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and two unidentified men, all holding rifles, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders and two unidentified women holding rifles, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, color]
XIV.1 1Betty Sanders and six unidentified women sitting on a picnic table, and an unidentified man, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Carl and Betty Sanders standing with eleven unidentified individuals, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders smiling, holding a golf ball, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified individual standing on a golf course holding gold clubs, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders swinging at a golf ball; two unidentified individuals walking; unidentified woman taking a picture, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified men putting on a golf course; unidentified crowd watching, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and an unidentified man both crouching down holding golf clubs; crowd of people watching, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders watching a golf ball; unidentified man crouching; crowd watching, undated
Extent: [ 5x7, b/w ]
XIV.1 1Governor Carl Sanders and three unidentified individuals standing on a golf course holding clubs, undated
Extent: (5x7") b/w
XIV.1 2Sports
B.F.S. [Betty Foy Sanders]
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XIV.1 3Portrait of a Statesman
XIV.1 4Oglethorpe Square
XIV.1 5Melon Cutting
XIV.1 6Jekyll Island
XIV.1 7Augusta Yesteryear
XIV.1 8Atlanta Skyline
XIV.1 9Tug Boats
XIV.1 10Hats
XIV.1 11Inaugural
XIV.1 12Hiawassee
XIV.1 13Shrimp Boats
XIV.1 14Billy Graham
XIV.1 15Governor and Mrs. Sanders
XIV.1 16Carl Sanders-Awards
XIV.1 17Press
XIV.1 18Dedications
XIV.1 19World's Fair-Georgia Day
XIV.1 20National Governors Trip to Japan
XIV.1 21Mansion Photos
XIV.1 22Industrial Day Celebration- Madison, Ga, 1963
XIV.1 23Jersey Road in Walton City, 1964
XIV.1 24Oklahoma/Coke Photo
XIV.1 25Photographs of Campaign(8 and folder), 1962
XIV.1 26Breaking Ground Gilbert Library(5 photographs), 10-20-1966
XIV.1 27B.F.S. artwork descriptions(to be matched up with photos)
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XIV.2 1Miscellaneous
XIV.2 2Gate City B'nai B'rith
XIV.2 3National Figures
XIV.2 4First Anniversary as Governor
XIV.2 5American Cancer Society
XIV.2 6Planes/Airport Aerials
XIV.2 7National Governors' Conference, 1964
XIV.2 8Trip to Vietnam, Nov 1965
XIV.2 9Military
XIV.2 10Japan - U.S. Governors' Conference
XIV.2 11In Japan
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XIV.31-2In Nuyushu
XIV.33Japan
XIV.34In Japan
XIV.35Democratic Convention, 1964
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XIV.41Lady Bird Special
XIV.42Lady Bird and Mrs. Sanders
XIV.43Campaign Photos, 1962
XIV.44Carl Sanders
XIV.45Battey Foy and Carl, Jr.
XIV.46-8Lyndon B. Johnson
XIV.49-12Groups
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XIV.51-3Groups
XIV.54Parties/Dinners
XIV.55Legislature
XIV.56Layman's Day Church
XIV.57Governor
XIV.58Law School Groundbreaking Athens
XIV.59Governor, Herman Talmadge, and Dick Russell
XIV.510Trip to Mexico
XIV.511Governor's Birthday (40th)
XIV.512Senator Russell and Governor and Orville Freeman
XIV.513Southern Governors' Conference, 1963
XIV.514National Governors' Conference, 1963
XIV.515GE Open House
XIV.516Sanders and Atlanta "Augusta" Friends
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XIV.61Office Christmas, 1965
XIV.62Gen. Truman and Governor
XIV.63Congressman Robert Stephens and Governor
XIV.64Dean Rusk, Secretary of State
XIV.65Orphan's Party to Baseball Game
XIV.66Department Heads with Governor
XIV.67See Georgia First
XIV.68Mrs. Sanders's trip to Stone Mountain
XIV.69Mrs. Sanders and Betty Talmadge
XIV.610Seans Roebuck
XIV.611Lockheed
XIV.612Seaboard Airline Railroad Forestry Demonstration
XIV.613UGA Dinner
XIV.614Education
XIV.615Democratic National Convention, 1964
XIV.616Democratic Convention (state)
XIV.617National Figures
XIV.618Atlanta Art Association (Mrs. Sanders)
XIV.619Phil Campbell
XIV.620Milledgeville State Hospital
XIV.621Swearing In
XIV.622Inaugural Photos, 1963
XIV.623BFS [Betty Foy Sanders]
XIV.624Atlanta Transit
XIV.625Miscellaneous Removed from Photographs
XIV.626Miscellaneous Slides
XIV.627Miscellaneous
XIV.628[Announcement for Governor], 1970
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XIV.7DeKalb Peachtree Airport Dedication [slides], 1966
Photo panels [oversize reproductions]
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XIV.8Carl Sanders with his brother, Bob, 1930
XIV.8Carl Sanders as a young teenager, 14 years old, 1938
XIV.8Richmond High School Basketball, Guard, 16 years old, circa 1941
XIV.8Richmond High School All-State GIAA Football, Fullback, 16 years old, circa 1941
XIV.8Richmond Academy ROTC Cadet Sanders, 1940
XIV.8University of Georgia Freshman portrait, 1942
XIV.8Post-World War II, University of Georgia, When Carl Sanders met Betty, 1945
XIV.8Carl Sanders marries Betty Foy, First Baptist Church, Statesboro, Georgia, 1947 September 6
XIV.8Carl and Betty Sanders on Honeymoon in Savannah, GA, Oglethorpe Hotel, 1947
XIV.8House of Representatives Campaign, 1954
XIV.8Georgia State Senate Campaign, 1957
XIV.8Georgia Governor Campaign, 1962
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XIV.9Carl and Betty Sanders and Governor and Mrs. Connelly (of Texas) at White House Dinner for Princess Margaret of England, 1965
XIV.9Carl and Betty Sanders at White House Dinner for Princess Margaret of England, 1965
XIV.9Carl Sanders Portrait, 1967
XIV.9"Sanders Again" Campaign Poster, 1969
XIV.9Sanders Family: (back left to right) Austin Botts, David Botts, Betty Sanders Botts, Betty Sanders, Carl Sanders, Jr., Christy Sanders, Caroline Sanders; (front) Alyssa Botts, Michael Botts, Carl Sanders, Carl Sanders III, Keaton Marie Sanders, circa 1990
XIV.9Carl Sanders on Alaskan family cruise, 1992
XIV.9Carl and Betty Sanders, "The Golden Years," married 46 years, 1993
XIV.9Carl Sanders portrait at Augusta National Golf Club, 1994
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MapcaseCarl Sanders - Richmond High All-State GIAA Football
Digital
ER 1DeKalb Peachtree Airport Dedication [digital files], circa 1963-1967
Digital
ER 2Turner County Airport Dedication [digital files], 1965
Digital
ER 3Warm Springs Airport Dedication [digital files], 1966
Digital
ER 4Southern Governors' Conference [digital files], 1965
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ER 5[Susan Hayward Film] [digital files], circa 1963-1967
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ER 6[U.S. Air Force Plane Arrival] [digital files], circa 1963-1967
 

XVI. Editorial Cartoons

Extent: 1.0 volume
Scope and Content: This series consists of a scrapbook of original editorial cartoons by Clifford Baldowski. The cartoons generally include references to the political career of Carl Sanders.
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XVI.1Baldy Cartoons, 1962

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