Louise Blemant Suggs PapersLouise Blemant Suggs Papers

Louise Blemant Suggs Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Louise Blemant Suggs Papers
Creator: Suggs, Louise Blemant
Dates: 1944-2007
Dates: Bulk, 1972-1999
Extent: 17.0 boxes (17 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/144/LBS
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Louise Blemant Suggs held positions with the State of Georgia and the City of Atlanta assisting with international relations and protocols and was an honorary member and secretary of the Atlanta Consular Corps. Her papers document her career and include printed materials, correspondence, memoranda, organizational files, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual materials.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Louise Blemant Suggs, a participant in Georgia's efforts to engage the international community, was born June 20, 1918, in Quimper, Finistère, France. She graduated with a law degree from the University of Lille. During World War II, she served in de Gualle's government in exile in Algeria. In June 1946, she married Major Jack Suggs, who was serving with the U.S. Army in France. The Suggs soon after settled in Butler, Georgia, and had one daughter, Olivia.

Suggs began her business career in 1967 working for Carling Dinkler, Jr., at Atlanta's Dinkler Plaza Hotel, first as international sales coordinator and public relations director and later rising to corporate officer and director of sales. In 1972, Suggs began a brief tenure with the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade as an international liaison responsible for promoting the establishment of new consulates and trade offices in Georgia. From 1973 to 1983, Suggs served as the director of the International Division of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB). In this capacity she promoted Atlanta, and Georgia, as an international center for business and tourism, attending conferences around the world and organizing trips for the ACVB board and state officials. Based on her track record with the ACVB, she was "loaned" to the City of Atlanta and served under Mayor Andrew Young (1983-1990) as Special Assistant for International Affairs and Chief of Protocol, coordinating the mayor's trips abroad and visits to Atlanta by foreign dignitaries. After Young left office, Suggs worked both as an international consultant for the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism and as a protocol officer in the Georgia Governor's Office, serving both Governors Zell Miller and Roy Barnes.

Apart from her professional career, Suggs helped launch the Atlanta Consular Corps and was made an honorary member in 1968. She served as Secretary of the Corps for over three decades. She also chaired the Atlanta-Brussels Sister City Committee and was on the board of the Belgian American Chamber of Commerce.

Suggs died on January 27, 2007, at her home in Butler, Georgia.

Source: "Louise Blemant Suggs" [obituary], The Telegraph, January 27, 2007.

Scope and Content

The Louise Blemant Suggs Papers document Suggs's involvement in international relations and protocols in the realms of Georgia government, industry and trade, tourism and the consular community, and include printed materials, correspondence, memoranda, organizational files, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual materials. Of particular note are her files maintained as Secretary of the Atlanta Consular Corps [currently restricted] and her position as Special Assistant for International Affairs and Chief of Protocol for Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young.

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are arranged in nine series: I. Atlanta Consular Corps; II. Dinkler Plaza Hotel; III. Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau; IV. Office of the Mayor, City of Atlanta; V. Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism; VI. Personal; VII. Photographs; VIII. Artifacts; IX. Audiovisual Materials.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research with the following exception: Series I. Atlanta Consular Corps is closed pending review by representatives of the Atlanta Consular Corps.

Preferred citation

Louise Blemant Suggs Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Copyright Information

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Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Mat Darby, 2014.


Related Materials

Access Points

Atlanta (Ga.)--Politics and government--20th century.
Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Busbee, George, 1927-2004
Dinkler, Carling, Jr., 1919-2005
Diplomatic and consular service --United States.
Young, Andrew, 1932-

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George J. Berry Papers

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Andrew J. Young Papers, Auburn Avenue Research Library, Atlanta, Georgia


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series I. Atlanta Consular Corps [CLOSED], 1969-2001

Extent: 4.0 boxes (3.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series I. Atlanta Consular Corps documents Suggs's role as Secretary of the Corps and includes files related to meetings, events, such as the annual Consular Ball, the Corps' leadership and membership, and its interaction with Georgia state agencies and office holders.
 

Series II. Dinkler Plaza Hotel, 1967-1972

Extent: 2.0 folders (0.1 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series II. Dinkler Plaza Hotel includes correspondence, news clippings, ephemera and a scrapbook related to Suggs's work for Carling Dinkler, Jr., at Atlanta's Dinkler Plaza Hotel.
BoxFolder
45[Correspondence, news clippings, and ephemera], 1968-1972
46[Scrapbook], 1967-1970
 

Series III. Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1973-1983

Extent: 2.0 boxes (1.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series III. Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau contains files related to her position as director of the Bureau's International Division and its efforts to promote Atlanta as a center for international business and tourism. The series includes correspondence and memoranda, reports, news clippings, tourism brochures and pamphlets, subject files on various countries, and international conference materials.
BoxFolder
47 - 8Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, 1981
49F.A.I.B. Annuare des Membres, 1973
410Lettres [illegible], 1979
411Mail from International Congress and Convention Association, undated
412International College of Experimental Phonology, 1983
413[International Congress and Convention Association], 1976 December
414A repondre ou divers [To reply to or various], 1978
415Washington, undated
416Personnel et Divers [Personal and Various], 1973
417 - 18Man Associates, Inc., 1973-1974
419Miscellaneous, 1977
420Gita, 1977
421A [illegible] a jour courant [Current Day], 1981 July 31
422Correspondence Miscellaneous, 1982
423[Bo Ginn], undated
424International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), 1977 November 13-19
425IACUB [International Association of Convention & Visitor Bureaus], undated
426Dr. [illegible], 1980 March 6
427House Sitters, Inc., 1981
428Miscellaneous, 1977
429USTS [United States Travel Service], 1980
430Gene Dyson, 1977
431Feasibility Study for an Intercontinental Congress Center, 1970 October
432General Correspondence, 1977
433Articles de Journaux, undated
434Letters (in), 1973
435Letters (out), 1973
436IACB [International Association of Convention Bureaus], 1974
437Hollande, 1981 September
438Belgian Chamber Revues et Lettres, 1982
439Resumes, undated
BoxFolder
51James W. Hurst File, undated
52Lettres - Voyage en Europe, 1973
53Organizations Pour Promouvoir Le GWCC - Repondre Des Que Possible, 1973
54Inter-Office Correspondence, 1973
55Japan, 1973
56International Society of Acupuncture, 1976
57Atlanta Convention Growth, 1978
58International Monetary Fund, 1977
59Look at Atlanta Now, 1988 November
510Correspondent, 1977
511A Classer, 1977
512International Travel, 1977
513Lettres diverses, 1977
514Japan, undated
515Gapoin Machine Tool Builder's, 1974
516Immigration, 1977 May
517Statistics Airport, undated
518ICCA Forms [International Congress and Convention Association], undated
519European Trip, 1977 May
520Kobe (Japan), 1981
521ICCA General Assembly minutes & proceedings, 1983
522Olympics, 1990
523Lettres de [illegible], 1980
524Marketing Plan, 1982
525Sample Letters - Personal and MAMG [Metropolitan Atlanta Media Guide], 1980-1982
526[Berlin Congress Hall], undated
527Lettres - Miscellaneous, 1979
528Foreign Contacts, undated
529Information, undated
530Affaires Courant, 1978
531Insurance, 1977
532Miscellaneous, 1978
533Saks, 1982
534Expenses, 1983
535Airport Fact sheet, 1981
536The Southern Center for International Studies, 1982
537Nippon Television Network Corporation, 1982
538Japan-America Society, 1982
539ACIV [Atlanta Council for International Visitors] Miscellaneous, 1982
540GR2 Communications, 1982
541VNU - Van deu Boosche, 1982
542Regular - Italy, 1982
543Miscellaneous, 1982
544Lions- Wingate, 1982
545Wingate Travel, 1982
546NFSA Spain, 1982
547Miscellaneous, 1982 December
548Southeastern Poultry & Eggs, 1982
549European Trip - Expenses, 1977 May-June
550Foreign - GA, 1977
551International Companies with facilites in the State of Georgia, 1977 September
552San Salvador, 1977
553To File, 1974
554Georgia World Congress, 1982
555[State Officials], undated
556International Banks, undated
557International Congresses, 1982 February
558International Terminal - Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, undated
559Newspaper - GWCC [Georgia World Congress Center], 1973-1974
560[Atlanta brochures], 1974, 1981
561[Monaco], 1970s
562[Turkey], 1970s
 

Series IV. Office of the Mayor, City of Atlanta, 1971-1991

Extent: 2.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series IV. Office of the Mayor, City of Atlanta reflects Suggs's work as Special Assistant for International Affairs and Chief of Protocol for Mayor Andrew Young. The series includes planning files related to Mayor Young's trips abroad, arrangements for visiting foreign dignitaries, such as French President François Mitterrand, subject files on various countries, and correspondence and memoranda.
BoxFolder
61President [Omar] Bongo, 1987 August
62Gabon, 1987 August
63Foreign Minister, 1983 October 2
64[Background Notes], 1971-1989
65Tunisia, 1989
66Portugal, 1991 April
67[State Visit by President Mitterrand to the United States], 1984 March 21-28
68[City Magazine International], undated
69[Ambassador Letters], 1989 September
610[Andrew Young], 1989
611Turkey, 1987
612[Abrams, Suggs, and Young], 1989
613France, 1984
614President Mitterrand - France, 1984
615[King and Queen of Nepal], 1983
616The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1981
617Senegal, 1987
618Namibia, 1987
619Brussels, 1983
620Paris, 1985
621[Letters about dinner for Omar Bongo of Gabon], 1987
622Toulouse/Mayor [Dominique] Baudis, 1985
623Affairs, 1989 March
624Mozambique, 1985
625Background Information - Mozambique, 1985
626[illegible] Marshall [Seating chart for dinner at Governor's mansion], 2000
627Burkina Faso, 1984
628French Government, 1986
629[Language Bank], 1985
630[Guiry and Countess Jacques de Maistre], undated
631Saudi Delta Contracts, 1989
632Visite Nepal, 1984 February 28
633Ambassador of Nepal - Visit of Lockheed, 1983
634Protocol, 1987
635[Atlanta Organizing Committee], 1988
636Olympics - Japan, 1990
637Miscellaneous - Trip to France, 1984 June
638Belgium, 1983-1984
639King and Queen of Nepal - Press information, 1983 December
640[Atlanta Weekly and Tribute to Mayor Andrew Young], 1983
641Argentina, 1989
642Letters to Madame Cresson and Mr. Davis, 1985
643Toulouse - Le Maire [Dominique Baudis], 1985
644Responses, 1985 September 6
645Letters of Thanks - Toulouse, 1983-1984
646Toulouse, 1985
647Amsterdam, 1984-1985
6481984 April
649Paris - May trip, 1985
650Lagos - Dr. Okedije [illegible], 1979
651Mayor of London, 1984
652Visit of the Lord Mayor of London, 1984 August
653Thank you notes (President Bongo), 1987
654Mayor of London, 1984
655Languages, 1986
656Jack Lang - SOS Racism, undated
657Thank you card, undated
BoxFolder
71Lettres [illegible] ou France, 1985
72Imprimes, 1988
73Correspondence, 1989
74Trip Outiline for Mayor Andrew Young, 1984
75France - President Mitterand, 1984
76[Notre Dame Commencement Speech], 1988 May 15
77Change of Command Ceremony - Colin Powell, 1989 April 4
78Tom Offenburger, undated
79King & Queen of Nepal, undated
710[National Democratic Institute for International Affairs], 1988
711[Christophe Morineau], 1982-1986
712 - 17Andy Young, circa 1982-1990
718 - 24Office of the Mayor, circa 1982-1990
 

Series V. Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism, 1972-2003

Extent: 1.0 box (1 linear foot)
Scope and Content: Series V. Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism documents her work as an international consultant for this agency and as protocol advisor to the Georgia Governor's Office. The series includes subject files on various countries, correspondence and memoranda, planning files on the Georgia International VIP Tour, and a few materials related to the Atlanta 1996 Olympics. Files represent both her brief tenure with the agency in 1972-1973 as well as her work for the agency after leaving the mayor's office.
BoxFolder
725[Correspondence], 1972-1974
726[Correspondence and Printed Material], 1989-2003
727 - 28Georgia International VIP Tour, 2000-2001
BoxFolder
81Sabena, 1993
82[Georgia] International V.I.P. Tour, 1998 August 26-28
83[The Former Kings and Queens of Carnival], 1998
84The Netherlands, 1972
85Korea, 1993
86Mexico, 1993
87Kingdom of Norway, undated
88Cameroun, 1995
89Colombia, 1987
810Egypt, 1991
811Finland, 1991
812New Federal German States, 1992
813Federal Republic of Germany, 1992
814Randy Cardoza, 1992
815Visit of President Richard von Weizsackes, 1992
816Luxembourg, 1993
817Files, 2003
818Italy, 1989
819Russia, 1992
820Israel, 1992
821Japan, 1993
822India, 1991
823Jamaica, 1991
824Miscellaneous, 1992
825Canada, 1991
826Singapore, 1982
827Hong-Kong, 1986
828Turkmenistan, 1996
829Turkey, 1992
830Governor's Trip, 1992
831Trips of the Commissioner, 1993
832Dutch - The Netherlands, 1992
833Quebec, 1984
834Switzerland, 1991
835Visit of the Majesty Queen Sonja of Norway, undated
836Appointment with Governors, 1994
837Peru, 1992
838Senegal, 1992
839Sweden, 1986
840Great Britain, 1989
841Greece, 1992
842European Community, 1997
843E.C. Brochures, 1990
844Israel, 1998
845Argentina, 1989
846Prince Phillipe, 1996
847 - 49Belgian American Chamber [of Commerce], 1996-1997
850Atlanta Sister Cities Commission, 1994
851Survey of Current Affairs, 1994 June
852Georgia International Facilities, 1992 January
853International Atlanta, 2000
854[Atlanta 1996 Olympics: General], 1989-1996
855[Atlanta 1996 Olympics: Presentation Booklets], 1988, 1990
856[Atlanta 1996 Olympics: Press Guides], 1993-1995
 

Series VI. Personal, 1946-2007

Extent: 2.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series VI. Personal includes correspondence, biographical and personal documents, news clippings, printed material, and appointment calendars.
BoxFolder
91[Marriage Certificate and booklet], 1946 July 18
92[Certificate of Naturalization], 1951 March 7
93[Passports and travel documents], 1947-1993
94[Business and identification cards], 1974, 1967-1997
95[Resumes], circa 1975-1995
96[Obituaries and remembrances], 2007
97Lettres personnelles, 1971
98General Correspondence, 1975-1992
99General Correspondence (II), 1965-1996
910General Correspondence (III), 1965-2002
911General Correspondence (IV), 1953-2007
912[Newspaper clippings], 1950s-1960s
913[Newspaper clippings], 1970s
914[Newspaper clippings], 1980s
915[Campaign material], 1994-2004
916[Newspaper clippings], 1990s-2000s
917Miscellaneous (I), 1996-1997
918Miscellaneous (II), 1974
919Miscellaneous (III), 1946-1988
920Miscellaneous (IV), 1985-1994
921Miscellaneous (V), 1992
922Miscellaneous (VI), 1983
923Miscellaneous (VII), 1958-2002
924[Personal Correspondence], 1961-1997
Conditions Governing Access note: Access Restrictions: This file is restricted and has been removed.
BoxFolder
101-12Appointment Calendars, 1954-1958, 1979-2001
 

Series VII. Photographs, 1945-2000

Extent: 4.0 boxes (1.4 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series VII. Photographs contains prints and negatives spanning Suggs's career. The vast majority of images document the mayoral career of Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, particularly his trips abroad on which Suggs accompanied him. Other images include group photos of the Atlanta Consular Corps, Georgia governors and other state officials, and foreign dignitaries.
BoxFolder
111Andrew Young sitting through a meeting, undated
112Andrew Young with two African men, undated
113Andrew Young, Suggs with unidentified people, undated
114Andrew Young and Suggs with Mieke and Carl Bouckaert, CEO of Beaulieu of America, and Jacques de Baenst, Consul General of Belgium, undated
115Andrew Young with an unidentified man, and related picture, undated
116Andrew Young happily greeting an unidentified man, Suggs included, undated
117Andrew Young giving a presentation/talk in a meeting, undated
118Andrew Young and Suggs, undated
119Andrew Young standing next to unidentified man in glasses, undated
1110Andrew Young sitting with an unidentified man, undated
1111French Minister of Justice about to shake Andrew Young's hand, undated
1112Andrew Young talking with Marvin Arrington, Sr., undated
1113Andrew Young in a meeting in an office, undated
1114Andrew Young with nine unidentified men, undated
1115Suggs and Andrew Young walking with unidentified man, undated
1116Andrew Young meeting with an unidentified man, undated
1117Andrew Young with an unidentified man and young girl in front of an airplane, undated
1118Andrew Young and an unidentified Japanese lady, undated
1119Andrew Young with Daniel Gagneux, the French Trade Commissioner, receiving an award, undated
1120Andrew Young in a meeting discussing NACAP posters with two unidentified men (South African), undated
1121Suggs and Governor George Busbee, middle, with unidentified man, undated
1122Andrew Young at Lockheed Air Terminal, undated
1123Jimmy Carter shaking hands with an unidentified man, undated
1124Andrew Young at Brussels City Hall with Suggs, Mayor Herve Brohan, alderman Freddy Thielemans, and Alain Smets of SABENA, undated
1125Andrew Young event with children, undated
1126Andrew Young in his office eating chocolate, undated
1127Suggs with Mayor Andrew Young at Fort Benning, Georgia, undated
1128Event honoring Andrew Young hosted by German Consul General Alexander Von Schmeling, undated
1129Suggs with Andrew Young at an event in Brussels, Belgium (probably in City Hall), undated
1130Welcome reception for SABENA Belgian Airlines, first foreign airline to establish flight from Europe to Atlanta, 1978
1131Andrew Young, related to Fort Benning, undated
1132Suggs and Andrew Young, undated
1133Jack Turbiville, Georgia Department of Industry and Trade representative in Brussels with Suggs and three unidentified men, undated
1134Jim Hurst and unidentified man, more related pictures, undated
1135Andrew Young meeting with unidentified people, airport, undated
1136Carlos Martel (Georgia Department of Industry and Trade), 1997 May 15
1137Carlos Martel (Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, 1998 April 15
1138General Louis Truman, Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, undated
1139Robert P. Forrestal, President of Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank, 1983-1995
1140George Berry (Director of Atlanta Airport), undated
1141Jack Turbiville (Georgia Department of Industry and Trade), European representative, Brussels. Pictures probably taken at his retirement home in Aix-en-Provence, France, undated
1142Mrs. Coretta Scott King (center), undated
1143Milton Folds, Commissioner of Georgia Department of Industry and Trade (center), undated
1144Honorary Consul of Cyprus Kyriakos Michaelides, Consul General of Belgium, Consul General of France, and Suggs, undated
1145Homer Houchins (Honorary Consul of France), undated
1146Jim Hurst, Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, Suggs included, undated
1147Jack Turbiville with Suggs on merry-go-round, undated
1148Jack Turbiville, Jim Hurst, Suggs, and two unidentified men, undated
1149Suggs, Jim Hurst, and Jack Turbiville, undated
1150Peter Vang Jensen (trade commissioner of Denmark), Jack Turbiville, Suggs included, more pictures from event, undated
1151Peter Vang Jensen (second from right), Danish Trade commissioner, undated
1152Governor George Busbee and Suggs included, undated
1153Atlanta manager of SABENA Airlines, Alain Smets, undated
1154Jack Turbiville in office, undated
1155George Busbee reception, undated
1156Jack Turbiville probably in his home in Aix-en-Provence, France, undated
1157Cedric Suzman, Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, undated
1158Consul General of Germany Alexander Von Schmeling, Andrew Young, and Suggs, undated
1159Homer Houchins (Consul of France) standing right, undated
1160Jim Hurst, Suggs included, undated
1161Homer Houchins and two unidentified men, undated
1162Consul General of France, Belgium, Wife of Consul General of Germany, Peter Vang Jensen (Trade Commissioner of Denmark), United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Mr. Anami (Japan), Argentina, undated
1163Peter Vang Jensen, Suggs, Jack Turbiville, undated
1164 - 65Jim Hurst, Suggs included, undated
1166Maynard Jackson, Mrs. [Mary Beth] Busbee, Jack Turbiville, Chief Editor of Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and George Berry, undated
1167Bruce Galphin, wine editor for Atlanta Journal-Constitution with Suggs, undated
1168Michael Coruier (Trade commissioner of France) with Suggs, undated
1169Louise Suggs, Raymond Sepulveda (Consul of Panama), Maynard and Valerie Jackson at Consular Corps, 1981 February 27
1170George Berry with unidentified woman, undated
1171Christmas card from Mrs. Ann Cox Chambers (President of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and former ambassador to Belgium), undated
1172Maurice Horowitz (Consul of Italy), Suggs included, undated
1173Mrs. [Mary Beth] Busbee with unidentified man, undated
1174Homer Houchins (Consul of France) with Suggs, undated
1175Hans Beerkens (Consul of the Netherlands), Louise Suggs, Mr. Peter White (Executive Director, Southern Center for International Studies), Mr. Van Brusselen (Consul general of Belgium), undated
1176Suggs and Robert Forrestal, Federal Reserve Bank, undated
1177Consul General of France Gerard Blanchot, Great Britain, Consul of Denmark John Portman, and Consul General of Germany Klaus Zehentner, 1996 March 14
1178King Gustaf and Queen Sylvia (Their Majesties, King and Queen of Sweden), undated
1179Hans Beerkens, Consul of the Netherlands, with Suggs, undated
1180Marvin Arrington, Andrew Young, undated
1181Jimmy Carter (right), Suggs included, undated
1182Walter Mondale, Vice President. (center), undated
1183Andrew Young and Suggs, undated
1184Andrew Young with Mr. [Juan Antonio] Samaranch, President of the Olympic Committee, 1989 February 16
1185John Portman, Suggs included, undated
1186Andrew Young and Suggs, with three unidentified men, undated
1187Andrew Young walking with soldiers, undated
1188General [Louis] Truman and unidentified man in white, undated
1189Charlie Battle with Consul General of Argentina and Consul General Barry Holmes of Great Britain, undated
1190Andrew Young and Suggs, undated
1191Holcomb Green (former Honorary Consul of Sweden), undated
1192Betty and Carl Sanders, family, undated
1193Peter Vang Jensen, Suggs, two unidentified people, undated
1194Andrew Young, undated
1195Michael Courier (Trade commissioner of France), Alex Bealer (Consul of Sweden), John Fornara (Italy), Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), Alex Hitz (Switzerland), Rose Cunningham (Costa Rica), Stephen Chen (China), undated
1196Consul of General, Maurice Horowitz (Italy), Hans Beerkens (The Netherlands), Consul of France, Trade commissioner of Denmark, Suggs included, undated
1197Suggs, two unidentified people, German Consul general name?, undated
1198Georges Hoffmann (Consul of Luxembourg), Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), Carlos Martel (Georgia Department of Industry and Trade), Suggs included, undated
1199Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lance (Director of Office of Budget and Management, OBM) in Carter White House, undated
11100Jack Turbiville, Suggs included, undated
11101Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), Alex Hitz (Switzerland), John Fornara (Italy), Hans Beerkens (The Netherlands), Mexico, Suggs included, undated
11102Suggs, Henry Kissinger (Foreign secretary), unidentified woman, undated
11103Andrew Young and Suggs, with two unidentified people, undated
11104Consul of Finland, George Novak (Consul of Czech Republic), Georges Hoffmann (Consul of Luxembourg), and Ray Domato (Consul of Phillipines), undated
11105Jim Hurst, Suggs, other unidentified people, undated
11106Andrew Young, Mayor of Brussels Herve Brohan, and Suggs at City Hall of Brussels, Belgium, 1984 April 16
11107George Busbee, undated
11108Andrew Young and Suggs, undated
11109Suggs and Raymond Sepulveda, Consul General of Panama, undated
11110John Portman (Architect), Honorary Consul of Denmark, undated
11111Yves Durand, owner of Rue de Paris Restaurant, Suggs, Rue de Paris, Underground Atlanta, undated
11112Jim Hurst, Suggs included, and two unidentified people, undated
11113Alain Smets, SABENA representative, Andrew Young, and Suggs, undated
11114Dan Graveline, Director of World Congress Center, Suggs included, undated
11115Suggs at unidentified location, undated
11116Rose Cunningham, Consul General of Costa Rica, Homer Houchins, Consul General of France, Consul of Chile, Maurice Horowitz, John Fornara, Remy Holmes, Helge Lund, Walter Bunzl, undated
11117Consul of Chile, Hans Beerkens (The Netherlands), Cyprus, Consul General of Mexico, [unidentified] of Argentina, United Kingdom, Consul of Haiti, Trade commissioner of Denmark, Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), Philip Nethercut (Finland), Suggs included, undated
11118Consul of Cyprus, Mexico, Germany, Hans Beerkens (The Netherlands), Homer Houchins (France), Walter Bunzl (Austria), Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), John Fornara (Italy), Phillip Nethercut (Finland), Chile, undated
11119Walter Bunzl, Honorary Consul of Austria; Maurice Horowitz, Iceland; Alex Hitz, Switzerland; unidentified, Haiti; John Fornara, Italy; Hans Beerkens, The Netherlands; Homer Houchins, France; in the office of Governor Joe Frank Harris, includes Suggs, undated
11120Walter Mondale, Vice President, undated
11121Jack Turbiville, Suggs included, undated
11122John Portman (third from left), Fidelity National Bank, Inauguration of Peachtree Center International Plaza, undated
11123Milton Folds (Georgia Commissioner of Industry and Trade), John Portman, Inauguration of Peachtree Center International Plaza, undated
11124Andrew Young with Consul of Cyprus and Consul General of Mexico Teodoro Maus, 1995 May 10
11125Andrew Young autograph to Suggs, undated
11126Suggs and Governor Sanders (autograph), undated
11127Governor George Busbee, Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), Alex Hitz (Switzerland), John Fornara (Italy), John Bealer (Sweden), undated
11128John Fornara (Italy), Alex Bealer (Sweden), Maurice Horowitz (Iceland), Alex Hitz (Switzerland), Ingart Jensen (Danish Trade Commissioner), Michael Coruier (French Trade Commissioner), Ernst Ingendaay (German Consul General), Governor George Busbee, Steph, undated
11129Governor Busbee, Maurice Horowitz (Consul of Iceland), Michael Coruier (French Trade Commissioner), Suggs included, undated
11130Hubert Humphrey in center with Suggs, undated
11131Governor Carl Sanders, Suggs, unidentified man in glasses, undated
11132Homer Houchins, France, Suggs included, undated
11133Jim Hurst, undated
11134Maynard Jackson on left, press conference, undated
11135Speaker Tom Murphy, unidentified woman, Mrs. [Mary Beth] Busbee and Governor George Busbee, undated
11136Maynard Jackson shaking hands with unidentified man in glasses. Suggs included, undated
11137Suggs, unidentified woman in white dress, and Jim Hurst, undated
11138Hans Beerkens, Consul of the Netherlands and Suggs, undated
11139Jack Turbiville (seated), Suggs included, undated
11140Consul General Kazuo Chiba, Japan (left), Suggs, and Governor George Busbee, undated
11141George Berry, Hans Beerkens, The Netherlands, Jack Turbiville, Maynard Jackson, Milton Folds, Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, undated
11142Milton Folds (seated), Jack Turbiville (behind chair in blue), and Mrs. [Mary Beth] Busbee (in blue), Suggs included, undated
11143Valerie Jackson, Maynard Jackson, Mrs. [Mary Beth] Busbee, undated
11144Bruce Gaulphin, Suggs, and two unidentified people - Atlanta Journal-Constitution, undated
11145Mrs. [Mary Beth] Busbee, Suggs, Mrs. V, Maynard Jackson, George Berry, Peter White, Director, Southern Center International Studies, undated
11146Maurice Horowitz, Consul of Iceland (3rd from right), Suggs included, undated
11147Governor George Busbee, Director of Belgium Chamber of Commerce name?, Jack Turbiville, Raymond Sepulveda, Consul General of Panama and Suggs, undated
11148Rose Cunningham, Consul of Costa Rica (far left) with two unidentified men at Governor Jimmy Carter's office, undated
11149Suggs and Director of Belgian Chamber of Commerce, second from right, undated
11150Suggs with Inguar Jensen, Danish Trade Commissioner, undated
11151Governor George Busbee with Consul General Kennedy (Great Britain), undated
11152Roy Barnes [inscribed], undated
11153Suggs and two unidentified men, undated
11154Suggs with Walter Bunzl, Consul of Austria (honorary), undated
11155German Consul General with Zell Miller and unidentified man, 1995 May 24
11156Consul General of Germany on podium, 1995 May 24
11157Paris at Brussels event, Robert Forrestal, Homer Houchins, Andrew Young included, undated
11158Jim Hurst on far right with 2 unidentified people, undated
11159Mayor of Brussels, mustached person, Suggs included, undated
11160British Consul General in KIH, undated
11161Related to Jim Hurst, undated
11162Jim Hurst, mustached gentleman with glasses, Suggs included, undated
11163Andrew Young, unidentified man, and Alain Smets, Director of Belgian American Chamber of Commerce at Belgian Trade Office, undated
11164Andrew Young giving a press conference at the airport, undated
11165Jack Turbiville, 4th from left, Robert Forrestal, far right, Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank, Suggs included, undated
11166Milton Folds, Commissioner of Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, undated
11167Jack Turbiville with Peter Vang Jensen, Danish Trade Commissioner, undated
11168Jack Turbiville, Suggs included, undated
11169Jim Hurst, Suggs included, undated
11170Jack Turbiville, Bob Haraldson (mustached gentleman), manager of SABENA Belgium Airlines Atlanta, Suggs included, undated
11171Andrew Young on CNN, undated
11172Ernest Vandiver, undated
11173Garland T. Byrd, undated
11174Andrew Young with General Colin Powell at Fort Benning, Georgia, Suggs included, undated
11175Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King, undated
11176Jim Hurst, Commissioner of Georgia Department Industry and Trade, undated
11177Mrs. Andrew Young in blue, undated
11178Andrew Young at Fort Benning, undated
11179Jim Hurst, on the left, Suggs included, undated
11180Andrew Young event, undated
11181Andrew Young in a chair, undated
11182John Portman (man in gray suit), Atlanta architect, Honorary Consul of Denmark, 1996 March 14
11183Related to Louis Truman event, 1996 June 5
11184General Louis Truman (in beige shirt), First Commissioner of Georgia Department of Industry and Trade), 1996 June 5
11185James "Jim" Hurst, Commissioner of Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, third from right, Governor George Busbee standing 8th from right (Mrs. Busbee, 7th from right) probably in Panama, includes Suggs, undated
11186Related to Istanbul, Turkey pictures, undated
11187Jim Hurst, Commissioner of Georgia Department of Industry and Trade (in blazer) probably in Istanbul, Turkey, also includes Suggs, undated
11188Three unidentified men representing Honduras, undated
11189DeBayle and 2 unidentified men, representing Honduras, undated
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121Mrs. Andrew Young, 1984
122Andrew Young, 1995
123Mayor and Mrs. Andrew Young, undated
124Visit of HRH Prince Philippe of Belgium: Governor Roy Barnes (left), Louise Suggs (center), and R. K. Seghal (right), Commissioner, Georgia Department of Industry & Trade, 1999
125Stephanie Howell, Henry Howell, U.P. Nations Bank, Governor and Mrs. Busbee, undated
126Maynard and Valerie Jackson (center), undated
127Governor and Mrs. George Busbee, undated
128Mrs. Mary Beth Busbee (Georgia First Lady), undated
129Governor George Busbee, Mrs. Mary Beth Busbee. James Hurst, and Milton Folds, undated
1210Ilopango Airport, San Salvador, El Salvador, Mrs. Suggs, Governor George Busbee, and Milton Folds, undated
1211President Omar Bongo, Gabon, visit to Atlanta, 1987 August 1-2
1212Dr. Ernst Ingendaay (with microphone), German Consul General. Back: Louise Suggs with George Berry, Commissioner of Aviation [City of Atlanta], undated
1213George Berry, Commissioner of Aviation [City of Atlanta], undated
1214Hans Beerkens, Trevor Gatty, and Jean Rusk, undated
1215Mayor Young, Alain Swets, Sabena Airlines Manager, undated
1216Nino Azzateli, Italian Trade Commissioner (second left), undated
1217Sabena Belgian Airlines Atlanta Manager Alain Swets (left) and Ambassador Andrew Young (right), circa 1978
1218Louise Parein, President, Belgian American Chamber of Commerce (left), Louise Suggs (center), and Alain Swets, Sabena Manager (right), undated
1219Queen Beatrix of Holland and Mayor Andrew Young, undated
1220Louise Suggs, Mission of Panama, Georgia Department of Industry & Trade, undated
1221Alain Swets, Sabena Manager (right), undated
1222Alain Swets, Sabena Manager (left), undated
1223President Jimmy Carter (1st left) and Andrew Young (4th right), undated
1224Jack Turbiville, Brussels (left), undated
1225Milton Fords, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Economic Development (left) and Jack Welch, Georgia Chamber of Commerce (right), undated
1226Jack Turbiville, Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, Brussels (left) and Mrs. Andrew Young (right), undated
1227General Louis Truman (left), 1996
1228Mrs. Andrew Young (left) and Sabena Atlanta Manager (center), undated
1229Governor and Mrs. George Busbee (right), undated
1230Governor Joe Frank Harris. Consul General Trevor Gatty, Great Britain, Mariette Beerkens, wife of Hans Beerkens, undated
1231Homer Houchins, Honorable Consul, France (second from right), undated
1232Governor Zell Miller (second right), undated
1233Louise Suggs (left) and James Hurst, Director of Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (right), undated
1234Hans Beerkens, Honorary Consul, the Netherlands, 1994 December 15
1235Vice President Walter Mondale, undated
1236Opening Ceremony of French Consulate General, Atlanta, undated
1237Jim Hurst, Director, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (center, white shirt), undated
1238James Hurst, Director, Atlanta Convention & Visitor's Bureau, 1987
1239Mayor Andrew Young (in light blue suit), undated
1240Mayor Young (right) and Holcomb Green, Swedish Honorary Consul (second from right), undated
1241Tom Fischer, Director, INS (Immigration) (left) and Louise Suggs (right), undated
1242Zell Miller, undated
1243Governor Roy Barnes (left) and German Consul Klaus Zehentner (right), 1999
1244Jack Turbiville, Georgia Department of Industry & Trade, Brussels, undated
1245Homer Houchins, Honorary Consul of France (left), undated
1246Honorable Mah Lamino Abubakar with Andrew Young, 1986 October
1247Michael Lomax, undated
1248James Hurst (mustached person), Director, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, undated
1249Consul General Junco, Mexico, undated
1250Shirley Franklin, undated
1251Jean Rusk, Foreign Secretary, Trevor Gatty, Consul General Great Britain, undated
1252Jean Rusk, Foreign Secretary, undated
1253Governor George Busbee, undated
1254Colin Powell (left), 1989
1255Randy Cardoza, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Industry & Trade, 1995
1256Jack Turbiville, Europe Representative (Brussels) Georgia Department of Industry & Trade, undated
1257Governor Busbee and Jacques Lassier, Avocat a la Cour de Paris, undated
1258Bob Haraldson, Sabena manager (left) and Alain Swets, Sabena manager (right), 1981
1259Governor Joe Frank Harris, Louise Suggs, and members of the Atlanta Consular Corps, undated
1260Governor Busbee, Louise Suggs, and members of the Atlanta Consular Corps, undated
1261Atlanta Consular Corps, undated
1262George Novak, Maurice Horowitz, and Governor Roy Barnes, undated
1263Georges Hoffmann, Maurice Horowitz, Governor Roy Barnes, and Klaus Zehentner, Germany, undated
1264Governor Barnes (left) and Consul General Klaus Zehentner, Germany, undated
1265Georges Hoffmann and Consular Corps, undated
1266Governor Zell Miller and Consular Corps, undated
1267Governor and Mrs. Zell Miller with Atlanta Consular Corps, undated
1268Alain Swets, Anne Cox Chambers, Andrew Young, Louise Suggs, and George Berry, undated
1269Andrew Young and Robert Forrestal, President of Federal Reserve Bank, undated
1270Homer Houchins, Honorable Consul of France, undated
1271Consul General Abubakar, Nigeria (center), undated
1272Governor Carl Sanders (left) and Andrew Young (right), undated
1273Robert Forrestal, President, Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank, undated
1274James Hurst, Director, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, undated
1275Andrew Young, Lamino Abubakar, Von Schmeling, Louise Suggs, 1989
1276Louise Suggs and unidentified man at Chez Raspoutine, undated
1277Louise Suggs at home in Butler, 1950s
1278Louise Suggs with Herman E. Talmadge, 1955 April
1279Louise Suggs on Plateau de Tele-Paris, 1958 September 11
1280Hubert H. Humphrey and Louise Suggs, 1960s
1281Garland Byrd. unidentified man, Louise Suggs and Herman Talmadge, circa 1960
1282Louise Suggs appearing on "Candid Opinion," WSAV-TV, circa 1960
1283Garland T. Byrd with school children, circa 1960
1284Gene Robinson, circa 1961
1285Ralph McGill, Gene Patterson and unidentified man, circa 1963
1286Congressman Charles Weltner, circa 1964
1287Carling Dinkler, Jr. and Louise Suggs, circa 1970
1288Cullen Ward, circa 1972
1289Consul General Moshe Gilboa of Israel and Governor Jimmy Carter, 1972 June
1290Louise Suggs and Carling Dinkler, Jr., 1973
1291Louise Suggs and unidentified event, circa 1975
1292Louise Suggs and Nickolas Chilivis, circa 1978
1293Georgia World Congress Center exhibit, circa 1978
1294Louise Suggs with Governor George Busbee, circa 1978
1295Louise Suggs with unidentified people, 1960s-1980s
1296Carl Sanders, 1960s-1980s
1297Louise Suggs with group of Japanese business people, circa 1980
1298Governor George Busbee, circa 1980
1299Maynard Jackson and Louise Suggs, circa 1980
12100Louise Suggs and John Connally, circa 1983
12101George Berry, circa 1983
12102Shirley Franklin, unidentified man and Louise Suggs, circa 1985
12103Mayor Andrew Young and Louise Suggs, trip to France, circa 1985
12104Louise Suggs with Mayor Andrew Young, circa 1985
12105Andrew Young, circa 1985
12106Andrew Young and Francis Mitterrand, circa 1985
12107Mayor Andrew Young visit to Toulouse, France, 1985 March 7-8
12108Delegation from Toulouse visiting Mayor Andrew Young, 1986 October
12109Portraits of various people [signed], 1950s-1990s
12110Louise Suggs at unidentified events, 1960s-1990s
12111Jimmy Carter and Louise Suggs, circa 1990
12112Atlanta Consular Corps with Governor Joe Frank Harris, circa 1983-1991
12113Atlanta Consular Corps with Governor Zell Miller, circa 1995
12114Taste of Belgium during the visit of HRH Prince Philippe of Belgium, 1999 September 17
12115Werner Boel, 1990s-2000s
12116Atlanta Consular Corps with Governor Roy Barnes, circa 2000
1211714th Annual International VIP Tour, 2000 May 23-25
12118Passport photos, 1940s
12119"Cité à l'Ordre de la Division" [Louis Blemant, father of Louise Blemant Suggs], 10 November 1945
12120Herman Talmadge and Louise Suggs, 1960s
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13Miscellaneous photographs, 1970s-1990s
Box
14Negatives and slides [35mm and disc film], 1980s-1990s
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151Garland T. Byrd [inscribed to Olivia Suggs], circa 1960
151Governor Carl Sanders [inscribed to Louise Suggs], circa 1963
151Louise Suggs, Governor Joe Frank Harris and three unidentified men, circa 1983
 

Series VIII. Artifacts, 1963-2005

Extent: 2.0 boxes (1.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series VII. Artifacts includes items from throughout Suggs's career including certificates and awards conferring honors and membership, souvenirs related to projects and accomplishments and a watercolor depicting Suggs herself.
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151[Certificate proclaiming Carling Dinkler, Jr., Honorary Vice-Consul at Atlanta for the State of Georgia; French], 1968 August 27
151[Certificate proclaiming Louise Suggs an Honorary Ambassador of El Salvador; Spanish], 1978 February 10
15[Certificate presented by Governor George Busbee proclaiming Louise Suggs Lieutenant Colonel, Aide De Camp, Governor's Staff], 1979 January 9
151[Certificate conferring le Chevalier de l'Ordre de la Couronne upon Louise Suggs in Belgium; French], 1989 July 18
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16[Plaque from The Confederate Historical Association of Belgium], 1978 July 2
16[Plaque appointing Louise Suggs as Honorary Lieutenant Colonel, Aide de Camp, Governor's Staff], 1963 January 15
16Vice-Consulat de Monaco sign, undated
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17Delta Airlines Flying Colonel plaque, undated
17Plaque from Consul-General of Nigeria, 1984 February 28
17Democratic Convention pin, 1988
17Louise B. Suggs name plate, undated
17"Touche Pas A Mon Pote" (S.O.S. Racisme) pin, undated
17George L. Smith II - Georgia World Congress Center Ground Breaking miniature trowel, 1974 October 30
17Georgia World Congress Center Expansion Groundbreaking miniature shovel, 1981 September 17
17Honorary Promoter of Austria coin, 1975
17Dinkler Plaza Hotel key 1156, 1960s
17Dinkler Plaza Hotel key 716, 1960s
17Atlanta Democratic National Convention ribbon, 1988 July
17"Democrats in Convention" pin, 1988
17Carl E. Sanders - Governor of Georgia medallion, 1963-1967
17Atlanta International Airport medallion, 1980 September 21
17XVII Annual General Assembly - ICCA medal, 1978 November 18-25
17"Delta Salutes the Atlanta Organizing Committee" medal, 1990s
17Hotel Dinkler Plaza keychain, 1960s
17[Pin in Russian language], 1968
17Seal of Atlanta pin, undated
17American and Belgian Flags pin, undated
17Ville de Toulouse medallion [in case], 1985 March 8
17Academie Diplomatique medallion [in case], undated
17Chevalier de L'ordre de la Couronne medal [in case], 1989 July 18
17SABENA Belgian World Airlines miniature plane with stand, undated
17Conseil Regional de Lorraine medallion [in case], undated
17Georgia Honorary Consul license plates (3), 1983-2005
17Black red-trimmed apron, undated
Oversize
1Vice-Consulat de Monaco sign, undated
Oversize
2Watercolor [Louise Suggs at her desk on the telephone], undated
 

Series IX. Audiovisual Materials

Extent: 13.0 items
Scope and Content: Series IX. Audiovisual Materials includes a 16mm newsreel from World War II; nine undated microcassettes; and three VHS videocassettes covering, respectively, Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young's 1985 trip to Toulouse, France, and the opening of Atlanta's French Consulate and the program Great Georgians: Carl Sanders.
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UC RBRL/144/16mm_bws_001 Castle Films News Parade 153. Invasion of Fortress Europe, Rome Falls to the Allies, 1944
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_001 Unidentified microcassette, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_002 Unidentified microcassette, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL/144/MCS_003 Saddam Hussein, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_004 Unidentified microcassette, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_005Delta, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_006 Unidentified microcassette, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_007 Unidentified microcassette, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_008 France, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL/144/MCS_009 Unidentified microcassette, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL/144/VHS_001 Great Georgians: Carl Sanders, undated
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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UC RBRL/144/VHS_002 Grand Opening of Atlanta's French Consulate, circa 1989
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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UC RBRL/144/VHS_003 Visite du Maire d'Atlanta a Toulouse [Atlanta Mayor's Visit to Toulouse], 1985
Extent: 1.0 moving image