Maston O'Neal PapersMaston O'Neal Papers

Maston O'Neal Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Maston O'Neal Papers
Creator: O'Neal, Maston, 1907-1990.
Dates: 1962-1972
Extent: 121.0 boxes (61.25 linear feet and 13 microfilm reels)
Collection Number: RBRL/156/MEO
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The collection consists of the congressional papers of Maston E. O'Neal, Jr. from 1962-1972. Includes personal and official correspondence, speeches, financial records, press releases, appointment books, news clippings, photographs, and printed materials reflecting O'Neal's activities in Congress. The materials particularly document his committee work regarding civil rights, agriculture, forestry, dairy and poultry, oilseed (peanuts), and rice concerns. Correspondents include Jimmy Carter, Lester Maddox, Carl Sanders, and Howard H. "Bo" Callaway.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Maston Emmett O'Neal, Jr. was born in Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, on July 19, 1907. O'Neal graduated from Davidson College with an A.B. in 1927. He attended Lamar School of Law, Emory University and was admitted to practice law in the Albany, Georgia circuit on January 16, 1930. O'Neal married the former Charlotte Tyson on June 4, 1934 with whom he had two children, Susan Charlotte (Bowden, Donaldson) and Maston Emmett, III. O'Neal later married the former Frances McKibben with whom he had two stepchildren, Dr. James M. Allen and Annice Garrett. O'Neal served as solicitor general of the Albany Judicial Circuit from January 1941 to May 1964. He was re-elected five times to four-year terms without opposition, including one term in absentia while in naval service. During World War II, O'Neal served as lieutenant in the United States Naval Reserve (Amphibs), Pacific Theater, 1944-1946, aboard USS Presidio (APA-88). O'Neal was also the first president of the Solicitors General Association of Georgia. He is former director of the National Association of County and Prosecuting Attorneys. In 1965, he was elected as a Democrat representing Georgia 's Second District and served until 1971, excluding the year 1970. During his tenure, Mr. O'Neal served on the House Committee on Agriculture. From 1966 to 1971, he chaired the subcommittee on Oilseeds (Peanuts) and Rice. He also served on the Forestry Subcommittee and the Dairy and Poultry Subcommittee. He was a strong advocate of farm programs, particularly peanuts. His southwest Georgia district produced nearly one-fourth of the nation's peanut crops. O'Neal died on January 9, 1990 and was interred in Oak City Cemetery in Bainbridge, Georgia.

Scope and Content

The Maston O'Neal Papers document O'Neal's service (1965-1971) in the U.S. House of Representatives as the delegate from the Second District of Georgia (Baker, Brooks, Calhoun, Clay, Colquitt, Crisp, Decatur, Dougherty, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Quitman, Randolph, Seminole, Terrell, Thomas, Tift, Turner, and Worth Counties). The papers consist of personal and official correspondence, speeches, financial records, press releases, appointment books, news clippings, photographs, and printed materials. Correspondents include Jimmy Carter, Lester Maddox, Carl Sanders, Senators Richard B. Russell and Herman E. Talmadge, Congressmen Fletcher Thompson, G. Elliot Hagan, Charles Weltner, Howard Callaway, Robert G. Stephens, and Phil Landrum.

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are arranged in twelve series: I. Legislation; II. Departmental; III. General; IV. Speeches; V. Personal; VII . Political; VIII. Intra-Office; IX. Newspaper Clippings and Programs; X. Case Mail [Closed]; XI. Cross Reference Copies [Closed]; and XII. Photographs. Series VI. Additional Materials is no longer extant as these files have been interfiled in the appropriate series.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research with the following exceptions:

Series X. Case Mail is restricted for 75 years from the date of creation. The earliest files will open in January 2041. Series XI. Cross-Reference Copies currently are restricted for preservation purposes.

Preferred Citation

Maston O'Neal Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Notes

Newspaper clippings and thermofax papers have been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Oversized materials and photographs have been separated for preservation purposes. Series VII., VIII., IX., and part of Series V. were microfilmed for preservation.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.

Accessions 2015/30 and 2016/23 added to this finding aid by Mat Darby., 2015-2016.


Related Materials

Access Points

Agricultural laws and legislation--United States.
Callaway, Howard H. (Howard Hollis), 1927-
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Civil rights--United States.
Congressional records.
Forestry law and legislation--United States.
Legislators--United States.
Maddox, Lester G., 1915-2003.
Photographs.
Sanders, Carl Edward, 1925-
United States--Politics and government--1963-1969.
United States--Politics and government--1969-1974.
United States. Congress. House.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture.

Related Collections in this Repository

Clifford Hodges Brewton Collection of Lester G. Maddox Speech and Press Research Files

Augustus Turnbull Collection of Carl Sanders Speech/Press Records

Howard H. (Bo) Callaway Collection

Carl E. Sanders Papers

Robert G. Stephens, Jr. Papers


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series I. Legislation

Extent: 44.0 boxes (21.5 linear feet)



A. Legislative Correspondence

Extent: 37.0 boxes
Extent: (18 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: The Legislative Correspondence Files contain letters from constituents and other interested parties concerning initiatives introduced in the House of Representatives or the Senate. Folder titles within this category reflect general subject concerns and/or a “common name” for the bill (i.e. “Taxation-Industrial Revenue Bond” or “ABM System”); organization is alphabetical by subject. With the exception of the Agriculture Committee (on which O'Neal served), few folders carry the name of the committee which had jurisdiction over the legislation. These files are separated into three periods representing each of O'Neal's terms in Congress: 1965-1967 (89 th Congress), 1967-1969 (90th Congress) and 1969-1971 (91st Congress). AGRICULTURE FILES IN BETWEEN See also: VI. Additional Materials: Legislation.
1. 1965-1967 (89 th Congress)
Extent: 23.0 boxes
Extent: (11.5 linear feet)
BoxFolder
I.1 1Agriculture - Egg Marketing Orders, undated
I.1 2Agriculture - Emergency Food and Medical Bill Aid, undated
I.1 3Agriculture - Fair Practices Act, (January 1967 - June 1967)
I.1 4Agriculture - Fair Practices Act, (July 1967 - December 1967)
I.1 5Agriculture - Fair Practices Act, 1968
I.1 6Agriculture - Food for Peace (H.R. 12152), 1966
I.1 7Agriculture - Food for Peace (P.L. 480), (1968-1970)
I.1 8Agriculture - Food Stamps, (1967-1968)
I.1 9Agriculture - Meat Inspection, 1965
I.1 10Agriculture - Meat Inspection, 1966
I.1 11Agriculture - Meat Inspection, (January 1967 - August 1967)
BoxFolder
I.2 1Agriculture - Meat Inspection, (September 1967 - January 1968)
I.2 2Agriculture - Miscellaneous, (1967-1968)
I.2 3Agriculture - Peanut Pricing Bill, 1966
I.2 4Agriculture - Poultry Inspection, 1966
I.2 5-6 Agriculture - Purcell Peanut Bill, 1968
I.2 7Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service, 1968
I.2 8Agriculture - Soil Surveys, 1966
I.2 9Agriculture - Sugar Bill, 1965
BoxFolder
I.3 1-3 Agriculture - Sugar Bill, 1965
I.3 4Agriculture - Tobacco Acreage Poundage, 1965
I.3 5Allied Health Professions Training Act, 1966
I.3 6Anti-Dumping Act, 1965
I.3 7Appalachia Bill, 1966
BoxFolder
I.4 1Appalachia Bill, 1965
I.4 2Appropriations – Agriculture, 1968
I.4 3Appropriations - Agriculture Research, (1965-1966)
I.4 4Appropriations - Agriculture - School Lunch and Milk, 1966
I.4 5Appropriations - Agriculture - Soil Conservation Program, 1965
I.4 6Appropriations - Agriculture – Tobacco, 1966
I.4 7Appropriations - HEW, (1967-1968)
I.4 8Appropriations - HEW and Department of Labor, 1966
I.4 9Appropriations - HUD, (1965-1967)
I.4 10Appropriations - Interior and Related Agencies, 1966
I.4 11Appropriations - Library Bill, 1966
I.4 12Appropriations – Miscellaneous, (1967-1968)
I.4 13Armed Services - National Guard, 1966
I.4 14Armed Services - Officer Career Incentives, (1965-1966)
I.4 15Armed Services - Pay Increase, 1965
I.4 16Armed Services - Promotion Grades, 1965
I.4 17Armed Services - Proposed Merger, 1965
I.4 18Armed Services - Retirement Pay Equalization, (1966-1967)
I.4 19Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1965
I.4 20Automobile Safety Bill, 1966
BoxFolder
I.5 1Banking - Bank Merger Act, 1965
I.5 2Banking - Financial Institutions Supervisory Act, 1966
I.5 3Banking - Financial Institutions Supervisory Act, 1966
I.5 4Banking – Miscellaneous, (1965-1966)
I.5 5Banking – Miscellaneous, (1967-1968)
I.5 6Banking - Mortgage Money, undated
I.5 7Banking - Mutual Fund Charges, (1966-1968)
I.5 8Banking (To prohibit evidences of indebtedness), 1966
I.5 9Budget, 1967
I.5 10Appropriations – Agriculture, 1968
I.5 11Appropriations - HEW and Department Labor, 1966
BoxFolder
I.6 1Chief Amendment - 4 year Term for Members of Congress, 1966
I.6 2Civil Rights, (1963-1964)
I.6 3Civil Rights, 1965
I.6 4-5 Civil Rights Act, 1966
I.6 6Civil Rights, 1967
I.6 7-9 Civil Rights, 1968
BoxFolder
I.7 1Coin Shortages, 1965
I.7 2Constitutional Amendment to elect President and Vice President, 1965
I.7 3Copyrights, (1965-1967)
I.7 4Daylight Savings Time, (1966-1968)
I.7 5Demonstration Cities, 1966
I.7 6Demonstration Cities (Bills and Reports), 1966
I.7 7Economic Opportunity Act, 1966
I.7 8Education, 1966
BoxFolder
I.8 1-2 Education - Elementary and Secondary Education (Bills and Reports), 1965
I.8 3Education - Elementary and Secondary School Construction Act, 1965
I.8 4Elementary and Secondary Education Act, (1967-1968)
I.8 5-6 Education - Higher Education Act, 1965
BoxFolder
I.9 1Fair Packaging and Labeling, (1965-1966)
I.9 2Farmers Home Administration, (1967-1968)
I.9 3Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1966
I.9 4Federal Communications Commission - Regulation of CATV, (1965-1966)
I.9 5Federal Employees - Amendment to Foreign Service Act, 1965
I.9 6Federal Employees - Civil Service Credit for State Service, (1965-1966)
I.9 7Federal Employees – Firefighters, (1966-1967)
I.9 8Federal Employees - Miscellaneous Correspondence, (1965-1968)
I.9 9Federal Employees - Pay Raise and Reclassification, 1967
I.9 10Federal Employees - Retirement Annuities Increase, 1965
I.9 11Federal Employees - Salary and Fringe Benefits Act, 1966
I.9 12Federal Employees - Salary Increase, 1965
I.9 13Federal Employees - Sick Leave Credit, (1967-1968)
I.9 14Federal Power Act Amendment, 1965
I.9 15Federal Riot Reinsurance, 1968
BoxFolder
I.10 1Firearms Control, 1965
I.10 2Firearms Control, 1966
I.10 3Firearms Control, 1967
I.10 4Firearms Control, (January 1968-June 18, 1968)
I.10 5Firearms Control, (June 19-25, 1968)
I.10 6Firearms Control, (June 26, 1968)
I.10 7Firearms Control, (June 27-July 2, 1968)
I.10 8Firearms Control, (July 3-12, 1968)
I.10 9Firearms Control, (July 12-September 20, 1968)
BoxFolder
I.11 1Foreign Affairs, (1965-1968)
I.11 2Highway Beautification, (1965, 1967)
I.11 3Highway Construction Act, 1966
I.11 4Highway Safety Act, (1966, 1967)
I.11 5Historic Preservation Bill, 1966
I.11 6Holidays, Uniform Monday, (1967-1968)
I.11 7Home Rule For District of Columbia, 1965
I.11 8Housing and Urban Development, 1965
I.11 9Housing - Rent Supplements, 1965
I.11 10Immigration, 1965
I.11 11Indian Tribes - General, 1967
I.11 12Interest Rates - General, 1968
BoxFolder
I.12 1Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, (1965-1966)
I.12 2Internal Revenue, (1965-1966)
I.12 3Internal Security, 1966
I.12 4International Living Museum, 1965
I.12 5Interstate Commerce Commission, 1965
I.12 6Judge, Federal - General, 1967
I.12 7Justice Department, 1967
I.12 8Ku Klux Klan, 1965
I.12 9Labor - Employment Security Amendments, 1965
I.12 10Labor - Employment Security Amendments, (January-April 1966)
I.12 11Labor - Employment Security Amendments, (May-October 1966)
I.12 12Labor - Fair Labor Standards Act Amendments, 1965
I.12 13Labor - Manpower Services Act, 1966
I.12 14-15 Labor - Minimum Wage, 1965
BoxFolder
I.13 1-2 Labor - Minimum Wage, 1966
I.13 3Labor - Minimum Wage, 1967
I.13 4-6 Labor - Right-to-Work - Proposed Repeal of Section 14(B) of the Taft-Hartley Act, 1965
BoxFolder
I.14 1-2 Labor - Right-to-Work - Proposed Repeal of Section 14(B) of the Taft-Hartley Act, 1965
I.14 3Labor - Right-to-Work - Proposed Repeal of Section 14(B) of the Taft-Hartley Act, (1965-1966)
I.14 4Labor - Right to Work, 1965
I.14 5Labor - Situs Picketing (H.R. 10027), File 1, (1965-1966)
I.14 6Labor - Situs Picketing (H.R. 10027), File 2, 1966
I.14 7Labor - Situs Picketing, 1967
BoxFolder
I.15 1Library of Congress - Copyrights (H.R. 4347), 1965
I.15 2Library Services and Construction Act, (1965-1966)
I.15 3Lower Colorado River Basin Project (H.R. 4671), undated
I.15 4Medical Restraint Act, 1966
I.15 5-7 Medicare, 1965
I.15 8Medicare, 1967
I.15 9Miscellaneous, 1965
I.15 10-11 Miscellaneous, 1966
I.15 12-13 Miscellaneous, 1967
BoxFolder
I.16 1-4 Miscellaneous, 1968
I.16 5Mutual Funds, 1967
I.16 6National Debt, 1967
I.16 7National Election Day, 1965
I.16 8National Guard, 1966
BoxFolder
I.17 1Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1968
I.17 2Office of Economic Opportunity, (1967-1968)
I.17 3Organizational Conspiracies Act, 1966
I.17 4Post Office, (1965-1966)
I.17 5Postal Employees, 1967
I.17 6Postal Rates, (1966-1968)
I.17 7Prayer Amendment, (1965-1968)
I.17 8Public Health Services Act (Health Professions Educational Assistance Amendments), 1965
I.17 9Public Works and Economic Development Act, 1965
I.17 10Railroad Employees, 1967
I.17 11Railroad Employees, 1968
I.17 12Railroad Retirement Act, Repeal of dual benefits restriction (H.R. 3157), 1965
I.17 13Railroad Retirement Bills (Miscellaneous), 1966
I.17 14Railway Labor Act Amendments, 1966
BoxFolder
I.18 1Reapportionment, (1965-1966)
I.18 2Regional Medical Complexes, 1965
I.18 3Legislative Reorganization, 1967
I.18 4Rivers and Harbors Bill, Omnibus (Public Works Construction and Repair, authorization), 1965
I.18 5-10 Rural Electrification Administration (Against), 1966
BoxFolder
I.19 1-5 Rural Electrification Administration (In Favor), 1966
I.19 6-9 Rural Electrification Administration, 1967
BoxFolder
I.20 1-4 Rural Electrification Administration - Hearing Testimony, 1967
I.20 5Small Business Act (S. 915 and J.R. 7933), (1965-1966)
I.20 6Social Security, (1965-1966)
I.20 7-10 Social Security, 1967
I.20 11Social Security, 1968
BoxFolder
I.21 1Surplus Property, (1965-1967)
I.21 2Tariff Schedules Technical Amendments, 1965
I.21 3-5 Tax Increase, 1967
I.21 6Tax Increase, 1968
I.21 7Taxation - Industrial Revenue Bonds, 1968
I.21 8Taxes, (1965-1966)
I.21 9-10 Taxes – Excise, 1965
I.21 11Taxes - Interstate Commerce, 1965
I.21 12Interstate Commerce, 1966
I.21 13Taxes - Interstate Commerce, 1967
I.21 14Taxes - Interstate Commerce, 1968
BoxFolder
I.22 1-2 Taxes – Miscellaneous, 1967
I.22 3Taxes – Miscellaneous, 1968
I.22 4Taxes - Oversees Travel, 1968
I.22 5Taxes - Trucks (Highway Users), 1965
I.22 6Taxes - Tuition Tax Credit, 1967
I.22 7Television, 1967
I.22 8Trade Agreement (with Canada re autos and auto parts), 1965
I.22 9Trading Stamps, 1965
I.22 10Transportation, Department Act, 1966
I.22 11Truck Weight Control, 1968
I.22 12Truth-in-Lending, 1967
I.22 13Truth-in-Lending, 1968
I.22 14Un-American Activities, 1968
I.22 15United Nations, (1966-1967)
I.22 16Veterans - Housing, (1967-1968)
I.22 17Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1965
I.22 18Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1966
BoxFolder
I.23 1Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1967
I.23 2Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1968
I.23 3Veterans - Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966, (1965-1966)
I.23 4Veterinary Educational Facilities Construction Act, 1965
I.23 5Vocational Rehabilitation Act, 1965
I.23 6National Vocational Student Loan Insurance Act, 1965
I.23 7Voting Age Lowered to 18 Years, 1965
I.23 8-9 Voting Rights Bill, 1965
I.23 10National Wool Act, 1965
I.23 11Water Resources Planning Act, 1965
I.23 12Water Pollution, 1965
I.23 13Water Pollution, (1966-1967)
2. 1967-1969 (90 th Congress)
Extent: 8.0 boxes
Extent: (4 linear feet)
BoxFolder
I.24 1Agriculture, (1965-1967)
I.24 2Agriculture - Agriculture Marketing Act, 1969
I.24 3Agriculture - Animal Drug Bills, 1966
I.24 4Agriculture - Child Nutrition Act, 1966
I.24 5Agriculture - Commodity Credit Corporation (H.R. 12784), 1966
I.24 6Agriculture - Commodity Exchange Act (H.R. 11788), (1965-1966)
I.24 7-13 Agriculture - Commodity Development District Act of 1966, 1966
BoxFolder
I.25 1Agriculture - Cotton Research and Promotion (H.R. 12322), 1966
I.25 2Agriculture - Crop Insurance Act, 1968
I.25 3Agriculture - Dairy Import Bill, 1967
I.25 4-6 Agriculture - Dog and Cat Bill (H.R. 12488), (1965-1966)
I.25 7Agriculture - Egg Marketing Order Press Releases, undated
I.25 8-10 Agriculture - Eggs, undated
I.25 11-12 Agriculture - Farm Bill - Cotton, 1965
BoxFolder
I.26 1-3 Agriculture - Farm Bill - Cotton, 1965
I.26 4-6 Agriculture - Farm Bill - General, 1965
I.26 7Agriculture - Farm Bill - Wheat, 1965
I.26 8Agriculture - Food Stamps, 1969
I.26 9Agriculture - General Farm Bill, 1969
I.26 10Agriculture - Honey Promotion and Research Act, 1969
BoxFolder
I.27 1-2 Agriculture - Miscellaneous, 1969
I.27 3Agriculture - Perishable Agriculture Commodity Act Amendment, 1969
I.27 4Agriculture - Poultry, 1969
I.27 5Air Traffic Control, 1969
I.27 6Appropriations - Agriculture, 1969
I.27 7-10 Appropriation - Education, 1969
I.27 11Appropriations - Education - Student Loans, 1969
I.27 12-13 Appropriations - Labor and Health, Education and Welfare, 1969
I.27 14Appropriations - Miscellaneous, 1968
I.27 15Appropriations - Miscellaneous, 1969
I.27 15Appropriations - Miscellaneous, 1970
BoxFolder
I.28 1Aviation Facilities Expansion Act, 1969
I.28 2-3 Bank Holding Company Act Amendments, 1969
I.28 4Banking and Currency, 1969
I.28 5Banking – Miscellaneous, 1969
I.28 6Census Bureau, 1969
I.28 7Civil Service Retiree’s Benefits, 1968
I.28 8Civil Service Retirement and Health Benefits, 1969
I.28 9College Benefit System of America, 1969
I.28 10Daylight Savings Time, 1969
I.28 11Demonstration Cities, 1967
I.28 12Education, 1969
I.28 13Education and Labor, 1967
I.28 14Education and Labor, 1968
I.28 15Education and Labor, 1969
I.28 16Electoral College, 1969
BoxFolder
I.29 1Federal Employees Pay Raise, 1969
I.29 2Firearms Control Bill, 1967
I.29 3Firearms Control Bill, 1968
I.29 4Firearms Control Bill, 1969
I.29 5FCC Tobacco Subsidies, 1969
I.29 6Housing and Urban Development, 1968
I.29 7Housing and Urban Development, 1969
I.29 8Interior Wildlife, 1969
I.29 9Internal Revenue, 1969
I.29 10Labor - Situs Picketing and Secondary Boycotts, 1959
I.29 11Major Legislative Actions, 1965
I.29 12Military – General, 1969
I.29 13Miscellaneous, 1968
I.29 14-16 Miscellaneous, 1969
I.29 17National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, 1969
I.29 18Nursing, 1967
I.29 19Office of Economic Opportunities - Amendments, 1969
I.29 20Omnibus Crime Bill, 1970
I.29 21Postal – Miscellaneous, undated
I.29 22Postal Employees, 1969
BoxFolder
I.30 1Railroad Retirement, 1969
I.30 2Savings and Loan Holding Company Act (H.R. 8696), 1968
I.30 3Selective Service, (1967, 1968, 1969)
I.30 4Social Security, 1969
I.30 5Social Security Chiropractic Services, 1969
I.30 6-10 Social Security Chiropractic Services, 1970
I.30 11Social Security - Federal-State Program of Child Welfare Services, 1967
I.30 12States Rights to Manage Fish and Game, 1969
I.30 13Taxation - Industrial Revenue Bond, 1969
I.30 14Taxation of Interstate Commerce (H.R. 2158), (1968-1969)
I.30 15Taxes - Miscellaneous, 1969
I.30 16Taxes - Tax Reform, 1969
BoxFolder
I.31 1-3 Taxes - Tax Reform, 1969
I.31 4Truth in Lending Bill (Banking and Currency), 1970
I.31 5Un-American Activities, 1968
I.31 6Unemployment Compensation, 1969
I.31 7Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1968
I.31 8Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1969
I.31 9Veterans - Widow’s pension, 1969
3. 1969-1971 (91 st Congress)
Extent: 5.0 boxes
Extent: (2.5 linear feet)
BoxFolder
I.32 1Agriculture - Beef Imports, (1969-1970)
I.32 2Agriculture - Food Stamp, 1970
I.32 3-10 Agriculture - General Farm Bill, 1970
BoxFolder
I.33 1Agriculture - Meat Inspection, (1969-1970)
I.33 2Agriculture - Miscellaneous, 1970
I.33 3-4 Agriculture - National Forest Timbers Supply Act, 1969
I.33 5Agriculture - National Forest Timber Supply Act, 1970
I.33 6Appropriations - Agriculture, 1970
I.33 7Appropriations - General, (1969-1970)
I.33 8-10 Appropriations - Health, Education and Welfare, 1970
BoxFolder
I.34 1Banking Miscellaneous, 1970
I.34 2Civil Service Commission Miscellaneous, (1969-1970)
I.34 3Civil Service Retirement and Health Benefits, 1970
I.34 4Consumer - Miscellaneous, 1970
I.34 5Education and Labor, 1970
I.34 6Federal Communications Commission - Pay TV, 1969
I.34 7Federal Employees Pay Raise, 1970
I.34 8Housing and Urban Development, (1969-1970)
I.34 9Import Control, 1970
I.34 10Interior - General, (1969-1970)
I.34 11Interstate Commerce, (1969-1970)
I.34 12Judiciary Committee - Miscellaneous, (1969-1970)
I.34 13Labor - Minimum Wage, 1970
I.34 14Labor - Miscellaneous, (1969-1970)
I.34 15Medicare - HEW, (1969-1970)
I.34 16Military - General, 1970
I.34 17-18 Miscellaneous, 1970
BoxFolder
I.35 1Miscellaneous, 1970
I.35 2Miscellaneous Bill, (1968-1970)
I.35 3National Guard and Reserves, 1970
I.35 4-5 Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1970
I.35 6Office of Economic Opportunities - Amendments, 1970
I.35 7Pine Gum Bill, 1969
I.35 8Pollution, 1970
I.35 9-12 Postal Reform, 1970
I.35 13Prayer Amendment, (1969-1970)
I.35 14Railroad Freight Cars, 1970
I.35 15Railroad Retirement, 1970
I.35 16Selective Service, 1970
I.35 17Social Security, 1970
BoxFolder
I.36 1-2 Social Security, 1970
I.36 3Taxation - Miscellaneous, 1969
I.36 4Taxes - Tax Reform, (1969-1970)
I.36 5Taxes - Miscellaneous, 1970
I.36 6Truck Weight Control Bill, (1968-1970)
I.36 7Veterans - Miscellaneous, 1970
I.36 8Welfare, (1969-1970)
4. 1965-1971
Extent: 1.0 box (0.5 linear foot)
BoxFolder
I.441-7Unusual to Say the Least [Correspondence], 1965-1971



B. Agriculture Committee

Extent: 2.0 boxes
Extent: (1 linear foot)
Scope and Contents note: Contains correspondence and materials concerning legislation from the Agriculture Committee. O'Neal chaired the Subcommittee on Oilseeds (peanuts) and Rice from 1966-1971 and was a member of the Forestry Subcommittee and the Dairy and Poultry Subcommittee. Arrangement is chronological. See also: III. General: Agricultural Subcommittee (1965-67).
BoxFolder
I.37 1Agriculture Committee - General Correspondence, 1967
I.37 2Agriculture Committee Legislative Calendar, 1967
I.37 3Agriculture Committee Rules, 1967
I.37 4Boiled Peanut Acreage Exemption, (1969-1970)
I.37 5Castor Oil, 1967
I.37 6Cotton Subcommittee miscellaneous, 1967
I.37 7Peanut Differentials, 1970
I.37 8Peanuts, 1967
I.37 9Rice, 1967
I.37 10Rice Acreage allotments, 1967
I.37 11Soy Beans, 1970
I.37 12Statements on Peanut Bill, 1967
BoxFolder
I.38 1-4 Transfer of Peanut Acreage Allotments - HR 11565, 1967
I.38 5Transfer of Peanut Acreage Allotments, 1968
I.38 6-7 Transfer of Peanut Acreage Allotments - HR 14030, 1969
I.38 8-9 Transfer of Peanut Acreage Allotments - HR 17582, 1970
I.38 10Transfer of Rice Acreage Allotments, 1969



C. O'Neal Legislation

Extent: 4.0 boxes
Extent: (2 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Contains correspondence and materials relative to legislation introduced by O'Neal. Of note are O'Neal's efforts to end school busing in the “Freedom of Choice” bill to amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (HR 14732), to prohibit desecration of the flag (HR 2364), and to name the lake formed by the Walter F. George Dam on the border of Georgia and Alabama Lake Winston Churchill despite strong objections from Alabama lawmakers. Arrangement is reverse chronological.
BoxFolder
I.39 1-2 HR 17494 - Textiles and Leather Footwear Import Controls, 1970
I.39 3HR 15618 - Bill to make Desegregation Orders apply uniformly, 1970
I.39 4-6 HR 14732 - “Freedom of Choice” To amend Civil Rights Act of 1964, 1969
I.39 7HR 11793 - To Amend Agriculture Adjustment Act, 1969
I.39 8HR 10752 - Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act, 1969
I.39 9HR 5548 - To Amend the Uniform Time Act of 1966, 1969
I.39 10HR 166 - Congressional Pay Raise, 1969
BoxFolder
I.40 1HR 2500 - Impose Quotas on Importation of Pork, 1968
I.40 2HR 1143 - Prohibits Building of Shantys on Public Land, 1968
I.40 3HR 16795 - For Relief of Mary D. Smith, 1968
I.40 4HCR 735 - To Keep Tax Exempt Status Of Industrial Development Bonds, (March 25, 1968)
I.40 5HR 16117 - Private Relief Bill for Lt. Col. Robert S. Mattox, (March 20, 1968)
I.40 6HCR 623 - Require France to Begin Payment of WWI Debt, (February 1, 1968)
I.40 7HCR 1000 - National School Safety Patrol Week, (Jan. 23, 1968)
I.40 8HCR 451 - Stokely Carmicheal, (August 3, 1967)
I.40 9HR 847 - Select Committee on East-West Trade, (August 2, 1967)
I.40 10HR 11929 - To Provide for Orderly Trade in Textiles Articles, (July 31, 1967)
I.40 11HR 11668 - Amend Communications Act of 1934, (July 24, 1967)
I.40 12HCR 405 - US Maintain Its Sovereignty and Jurisdiction Over the Panama Canal Zone, (June 29, 1967)
I.40 13HR 554 - To Prohibit Inciting Riots or Civil Disturbances Through Interstate Commerce, (June 15, 1967)
I.40 14HR 10021 - To Revise Quota-Control System on the Importation of Certain Meat and Meat Products, (May 16, 1967)
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I.41 1HR 8760 - To Consolidate Animal Drug Clearance Procedures, (April 19, 1967)
I.41 2HR 8481 - For Relief of Richard Belk, (April 12, 1967)
I.41 3-4 HR 6382 - To authorize Transfer of Tobacco Acreage, (March 1, 1967)
I.41 5HR 331 - To Congratulate Citizens of Puerto Rico on 50th Anniversary, (February 28, 1967)
I.41 6HR 2477 - For Relief of John J. McGrath, (January 16, 1967)
I.41 7HR 2364 - To Prohibit Desecration of The Flag (1 of 5), 1966
I.41 8HR 2364 - To Prohibit Desecration of The Flag (2 of 5), 1967
I.41 9HR 2364 - To Prohibit Desecration of The Flag (3 of 5), 1967
I.41 10HR 2364 - To Prohibit Desecration of The Flag (4 of 5), 1967
I.41 11HR 2364 - To Prohibit Desecration of The Flag (5 of 5), 1967
I.41 12HCR 836 - Watershed, 1966
I.41 13HC R 888 - Prisoners of War, 1966
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I.42 1HR 11236 - To Terminate Authority of Corps of Engineers to Collect Fees at Federal Reservoirs and Lakes, 1966
I.42 2HR 11236 - To Terminate Authority of Corps of Engineers to Collect Fees at Federal Reservoirs and Lakes, 1967
I.42 3HR 11236 - To Terminate Authority of Corps of Engineers to Collect Fees at Federal Reservoirs and Lakes, 1968
I.42 4HR 9543 - Lake Seminole Leases, (June 29, 1965)
I.42 5HR 7175 - To Make Permanent the Definition of Peanuts, (April 6, 1965)
I.42 6To Name Lake Winston Churchill, 1965
I.42 7To Name Lake Winston Churchill, 1966
I.42 8To Name Lake Winston Churchill, 1967
I.42 9To Name Lake Winston Churchill, 1969
I.42 10Miscellaneous Requests, undated



D. Legislation O'Neal Co-sponsored

Extent: 1.0 box
Extent: (.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Contains correspondence and materials concerning legislation O'Neal co-sponsored in conjunction with other congressmen. Topics of note include the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas and the Vietnam War. Arrangement is reverse chronological.
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I.43 1HCR 752 - To Restore full diplomatic, economic, and social relations with Rhodesia, (September 24, 1970)
I.43 2HR 18786 -To amend Public Health Services Act, (July 16, 1970)
I.43 3HR 18500 - To amend Agriculture Adjustments Act to authorize sale of tobacco allotments, (July 16, 1970)
I.43 4HCR 534 - Attacks on aircrafts and passengers on international flights, (February 10, 1970)
I.43 5HR 846 -To create investigative committee to study effect of federal laws on education policy, (February 23, 1970)
I.43 6HR 924 -Impeach Justice Douglas, (April 16, 1970)
I.43 7HR 15701 - Preservation of historical and archeological data, (February 5, 1970)
I.43 8HR 14883 - To restrict travel in violation of area restrictions, (November 20, 1969)
I.43 9HR 992 - Establishing boundary between Florida and Georgia, (November 19, 1969)
I.43 10HR 680 - House of Representatives affirms support of president concerning Vietnam, (November 12, 1969)
I.43 11HR 663 -Tribute to American Servicemen, (November 6, 1969)
I.43 12HJR 934 - Food Stamp Program, (October 7, 1969)
I.43 13HCR 334 - Inhumane Treatment of American POWs by North Vietnam, (September 10, 1969)
I.43 14HR 13686 - To Control Narcotics Traffic Across State Lines, (September 9, 1969)
I.43 15HR 11597 - Nat. Wildlife Disaster Control Fund, (May 22, 1969)
I.43 16HR 11413 - Fire Control for woodland and rural areas, (May 19, 1969)
I.43 17HR 10957 - To Amend Public Works and Economic Development Act, (May 6, 1969)
I.43 18HR 10903 - Limit Supreme Court jurisdiction relating to Apportionment of population, (May 5, 1969)
I.43 19HJR 623 - Special Commemorative Stamp for Stone Mountain, Georgia, (April 2, 1969)
 

Series II. Departmental

Extent: 39.0 boxes (20.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series contains correspondence, press releases, statements at hearings, maps, pamphlets, and other printed materials relating to federal departments and agencies of the executive branch. The nature of the information is constituents seeking help in dealing with an agency or agencies and departments providing congressmen information concerning policies and actions affecting their districts.
Arrangement is chronological in three year groupings: 1963-1968, 1965-1970, and 1970. Within year groups, arrangement is alphabetical by department or agency and thereunder alphabetical by subject. See also Series VI. Additional Materials, Departmental.



A. 1963-1968

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II.1 1Agriculture – Commodity Credit Corporation, (1965-1968)
II.1 2Agriculture – Consumer and Marketing Service, (1965-1966)
II.1 3Agriculture – Cotton, (1963-1964)
II.1 4-9 Agriculture – Cotton, 1965
II.1 10Agriculture – Cotton, 1966
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II.2 1-3 Agriculture – Cotton, 1967
II.2 4Agriculture – Cotton Appropriations, 1965
II.2 5Agriculture – Cotton Meeting in Albany, (November 20, 1965)
II.2 6Agriculture – Cotton – Release and Reapportionment, 1966
II.2 7Agriculture – Crop Reporting, 1966
II.2 8Agriculture – Cropland Adjustment, 1966
II.2 9-10 Agriculture – Cropland Adjustment, 1967
II.2 11Agriculture – Department of Crop Insurance, 1966
II.2 12Agriculture – Farm Bill, (Food and Agriculture Act of 1965), 1965
II.2 13Agriculture – Farm Credit Administration, 1965
II.2 14Agriculture – Farm Journal, 1965
II.2 15Agriculture – Farmer Home Administration, 1965
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II.3 1Agriculture – Farmer Home Administration, 1966
II.3 2Agriculture – Farmer Home Administration, 1967
II.3 3Agriculture – Farmer Home Administration, 1968
II.3 4Agriculture – Fire Ant Control, 1965
II.3 5Agriculture – Fire Ants, (1966-1967)
II.3 6Agriculture – Fire Ants, 1967
II.3 7Agriculture – Fire Ants, 1968
II.3 8Agriculture – Food and Drug Administration, 1965
II.3 9Agriculture – Food and Drug Administration – James L. Goddard, 1968
II.3 10Agriculture – Food and Drug Administration – Salmonella Infection, 1966
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II.4 1Agriculture – Food and Drug Administration – Salmonella Infection, 1967
II.4 2Agriculture – Food Stamps, (1965-1967)
II.4 3Agriculture – Foreign Agriculture Service, 1967
II.4 4Agriculture – Forest Service, (1964-1966)
II.4 5Agriculture – Forest Service, 1967
II.4 6Agriculture – General, (1965-1966)
II.4 7Agriculture – General, (1967-1968)
II.4 8Agriculture – Livestock, (1965-1966)
II.4 9Agriculture – Livestock, (1967-1968)
II.4 10Agriculture – Milk, (1965-1966)
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II.5 1Agriculture – Peaches, (1965-1968)
II.5 2Agriculture – Peanut Price Support, 1965
II.5 3Agriculture – Peanut Price Support, 1966
II.5 4Agriculture – Peanut Price Support, 1967
II.5 5Agriculture – Pecans, 1965
II.5 6Agriculture – Pecans, (1965-1967)
II.5 7Agriculture – Pecan Marketing Orders, 1966
II.5 8Agriculture – Pending, 1967
II.5 9Agriculture – Pesticides, 1965
II.5 10Agriculture – Pesticides, 1966
II.5 11Agriculture – Poultry, 1965
II.5 12Agriculture – Poultry, 1966
II.5 13Agriculture – Poultry, 1967
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II.6 1Agriculture – Research Lab, 1967
II.6 2Agriculture – Rural Community Development Service, (1965-1966)
II.6 3Agriculture – Rural Electrification Administration, (1965-1966)
II.6 4Agriculture – School Lunch Program, Dept. of, (1965-1967)
II.6 5Agriculture – Sheep, 1965
II.6 6Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1965
II.6 7Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1966
II.6 8Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1967
II.6 9Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1968
II.6 10Agriculture – Soybeans, 1966
II.6 11Agriculture – Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1965
II.6 12Agriculture – Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1966
II.6 13Agriculture – Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1967
II.6 14-15 Agriculture – Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1968
II.6 16Agriculture – Stabilization and Conservation Service – Bale Bagging Ties, (1965-1967)
II.6 17Agriculture – Stabilization and Conservation Service Matters (J.J. Amrich File), (1965-1966)
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II.7 1-5 Agriculture – Sugar, 1965
II.7 6Agriculture – Sugar, 1966
II.7 7Agriculture – Sugar, 1967
II.7 8Agriculture – Sugar, 1968
II.7 9Agriculture – Sugar Cane – Experiment Station, Cairo, Georgia, 1965
II.7 10Agriculture – Sweet Potato, 1966
II.7 11Agriculture – Tobacco, 1964
II.7 12-13 Agriculture – Tobacco, 1965
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II.8 1-5 Agriculture – Tobacco, 1965
II.8 6Agriculture – Tobacco, 1966
II.8 7Agriculture – Tobacco, 1967
II.8 8Agriculture – Tobacco, 1968
II.8 9Agriculture – Tobacco and the Common Market, 1966
II.8 10Agriculture – Tobacco Graders, (1965-1966)
II.8 11Agriculture – Voluntary Feed Grain Program, 1965
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II.9 1Agriculture – Watersheds (miscellaneous), 1965
II.9 2Agriculture – Watersheds (miscellaneous), 1966
II.9 3Agriculture – Watersheds (miscellaneous), 1967
II.9 4Agriculture – Wheat, 1965
II.9 5Air Force, 1965
II.9 6Air Force, 1966
II.9 7Air Force, 1967
II.9 8Air Force, 1968
II.9 9Appropriations – Education, 1966
II.9 10Army, 1965
II.9 11Army, 1966
II.9 12Army, 1967
II.9 13Army, 1968
II.9 14-15 Army – Corps of Engineers, 1965
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II.10 1-2 Army – Corps of Engineers, 1965
II.10 3Army – Corps of Engineers, 1966
II.10 4-5 Army – Corps of Engineers, 1967
II.10 6Army – Corps of Engineers – Jim Woodruff Dam, 1965
II.10 7Army – National Guard Bureau, (1966-1967)
II.10 8-10 Atomic Energy Commission, 1965
II.10 11Atomic Energy Commission, 1966
II.10 12Atomic Energy Commission, 1967
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II.11 1Civil Aeronautics Board, 1965
II.11 2Civil Service Commission, 1965
II.11 3Civil Service Commission, 1966
II.11 4Civil Service Commission, 1967
II.11 5Civil Service Commission, 1968
II.11 6Commerce, 1965
II.11 7Commerce, 1966
II.11 8Commerce, 1967
II.11 9Commerce, 1968
II.11 10-11 Commerce – Area Redevelopment Administration, 1965
II.11 12Commerce – Bureau of Standards, 1967
II.11 13Commerce – Census Bureau, (1965-1968)
II.11 14Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Albany Meeting, (January 4, 1966)
II.11 15Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Blakley-Earley Country Industrial Park, 1967
II.11 16Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Case of Jackson Tubing Co., Blakely, Georgia, 1966
II.11 17Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Poultry Plant at Newcastle, Pennsylvania, (1965-1966)
II.11 18Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Re: Grant for Blakely Airport, 1966
II.11 19Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Worth Country, Sylvester Water and Sewage System, 1966
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II.12 1Commerce – Export Controls on Cattle, (April-October, 1966)
II.12 2Commerce – Export Quotas on Cattle, (March 1966)
II.12 3Comptroller of the Currency, 1965
II.12 4Customs, Bureau of, (1966-1967)
II.12 5Defense, 1965
II.12 6Defense, 1966
II.12 7Federal Communications Commission, (1965-1968)
II.12 8Federal Communications Commission – CATV, 1966
II.12 9Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1965
II.12 10Federal Power Commission, (1965-1968)
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MapcaseGeorgia Power Company Map of Northeast Georgia Electric Facilities [removed from Federal Power Commission folder]
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II.12 11General Accounting Office, 1965
II.12 12General Services Administration, (1965-1967)
II.12 13General Services Administration – Nike Site #79, 1966
II.12 14General Services Administration – Nike Site #9, (1966-1967)
II.12 15Government Printing Office, (1964-1968)
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II.13 1Health, Education, and Welfare – Appropriations Hearings – Fiscal Year, 1968
II.13 2Health, Education, and Welfare – Civil Rights – Physicians, 1965
II.13 3Health, Education, and Welfare – Compliance with Desegregation in Public Schools, (1965-1967)
II.13 4Health, Education, and Welfare – Fort Gaines Nursing Home, (1966-1967)
II.13 5Health, Education, and Welfare – General, 1965
II.13 6Health, Education, and Welfare – General, 1966
II.13 7Health, Education, and Welfare – General, 1967
II.13 8Health, Education, and Welfare – Medicare, (1966-1967)
II.13 9Health, Education, and Welfare – Mitchell County Hospital Authority, (1965-1966)
II.13 10Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, 1965
II.13 11Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, 1966
II.13 12Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, 1967
II.13 13Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – Clay County Board of Education – Fort Gaines, Georgia, (1965-1966)
II.13 14Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – Hearings on Guidelines and Civil Rights, 1966
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II.14 1Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – Request of Georgia Teachers and Education Association for Planning Grant, 1966
II.14 2Health, Education, and Welfare – School Desegregation Guidelines, 1965
II.14 3Health, Education, and Welfare – School Desegregation Guidelines, (January-March, 1966)
II.14 4Health, Education, and Welfare – School Desegregation Guidelines, (April-May, 1966)
II.14 5Health, Education, and Welfare – School Desegregation Guidelines, (June-August, 1966)
II.14 6Health, Education, and Welfare – School Desegregation Guidelines, (September-December, 1966)
II.14 7Health, Education, and Welfare – School Desegregation Guidelines, 1967
II.14 8Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1964
II.14 9Housing and Home Finance Agency, (January-September 1965)
II.14 10Housing and Home Finance Agency, (November-December 1965)
II.14 11Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1966
II.14 12Housing and Urban Development – Federal Housing Administration
II.14 13Housing and Urban Development – Federal National Mortgage Association, 1967
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II.15 1Housing and Urban Development – General, 1965
II.15 2Housing and Urban Development – General, 1966
II.15 3Housing and Urban Development – General, (January 1967)
II.15 4Housing and Urban Development – General, (February-December 1967)
II.15 5Housing and Urban Development – Urban Development Administration, 1965
II.15 6Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1965
II.15 7Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1966
II.15 8Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1967
II.15 9Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs, (1968-1969)
II.15 10Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs (Material), undated
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MapcaseMap of Indian Lands in United States by Department of Interior [removed from Interior- Bureau of Indian Affairs]
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II.15 11Interior – Bureau of Mines, 1966
II.15 12Interior – Fish and Wildlife Service, 1965
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II.16 1Interior – Fish and Wildlife Service, 1966
II.16 2Interior – Fish and Wildlife Service, 1967
II.16 3Interior – Fish and Wildlife Service, 1968
II.16 4Interior – National Park Service, (1965-1966)
II.16 5Interstate Commerce Commission, (1965-1966)
II.16 6Interstate Commerce Commission – Docket No. 24250 – Central GA to Discontinue Train Tracks from Cuthbert Junction to Ft. Gaines, (1966-1967)
II.16 7Interstate Commerce Commission – Proposed Discontinuance of ACL Trains Nos. 180 and 189, 1965
II.16 8Justice – Federal Bureau of Investigation, (1965-1967)
II.16 9Justice – Federal Prisoners, 1967
II.16 10Justice – Immigration and Naturalization, (1965-1968)
II.16 11Justice – Stone, W.L. – Blakely, Georgia, 1965
II.16 12Labor – Airline Strikes, 1966
II.16 13Labor – Bureau of Employee Compensation, (1965-1968)
II.16 14Labor – General, 1965
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II.17 1Labor – General, 1967
II.17 2Labor – General, 1968
II.17 3Library of Congress – General, (1965-1968)
II.17 4Navy – General, 1965
II.17 5Navy – General, 1966
II.17 6-7 Navy – General, 1967
II.17 8National Archives and Records Service – General, 1968
II.17 9National Institute of Health – General, 1965
II.17 10National Labor Relations Board, (1965-1966)
II.17 11National Science Foundation – General, 1965
II.17 12Office of Economic Opportunity – General, 1964
II.17 13-14 Office of Economic Opportunity – General, 1965
II.17 15Office of Economic Opportunity – General, 1966
II.17 16Office of Economic Opportunity – General, (January-August, 1967)
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II.18 1Office of Economic Opportunity – General, (September-December, 1967)
II.18 2Office of Economic Opportunity – General, 1968
II.18 3-4 Office of Economic Opportunity – Mrs. Dorothy Daniel Quitman, (1965-1966)
II.18 5Peace Corps, 1966
II.18 6Post Office – General, (January-June, 1967)
II.18 7Post Office – General, (July-December, 1967)
II.18 8Post Office – General, (January-May, 1968)
II.18 9Post Office – General, (June-December, 1968)
II.18 10Post Office – Miscellaneous Matters, (January-June, 1965)
II.18 11-12 Post Office – Miscellaneous Matters, (July-December, 1965)
II.18 13-14 Post Office – Miscellaneous Matters, (January-June, 1966)
II.18 15Post Office – Miscellaneous Matters, (July-December, 1966)
II.18 16Post Office – Obscene Mail, (1965-1966)
II.18 17Post Office – Re: Leasing Autos to Rural Carriers, 1965
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II.19 1Poverty Program, 1965
II.19 2Railroad Retirement Board, (1965-1968)
II.19 3Selective Service System, 1965
II.19 4Selective Service System, (January-March, 1966)
II.19 5Selective Service System, (April-December, 1966)
II.19 6Selective Service System, 1967
II.19 7Small Business Administration, 1965
II.19 8Small Business Administration, 1966
II.19 9Small Business Administration, 1967
II.19 10Small Business Administration – Blanton, Roy W., 1966
II.19 11Small Business Administration – Lashley, J.D. - Bainbridge, GA, 1966
II.19 12Social Security – Medicare, General Info, 1966
II.19 13-14 Social Security Administration, 1965
II.19 15Social Security Administration, (1966-1967)
II.19 16State, 1965
II.19 17State, 1966
II.19 18-19 State, 1967
II.19 20State – Case of Mrs. G.E. Craig – Re: Expropriated lands in Peru, (1966-1967)
II.19 21State – Divinigracia, Sophia (Visa), (1966-1967)
II.19 22State – Nussbaum, H.H. – Bringing in German, etc. materials, 1967
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II.20 1Supreme Court, (1965-1966)
II.20 2Tariff Commission – General, (1966-1967)
II.20 3Transportation – Coast Guard, (1966-1967)
II.20 4-5 Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency, 1965
II.20 6Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency, 1966
II.20 7Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency, 1967
II.20 8Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency, 1968
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MapcaseState of Georgia County Outline Map [removed from Transportation - Federal Aviation Agency]
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II.20 9Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency – Cuthbert – Randolph County Airport, (1966-1967)
II.20 10Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency – Thomasville – Moultrie Airport, 1966
II.20 11-12 Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency – Thomasville – Moultrie Airport, 1967
II.20 13Transportation – Public Roads, Bureau of, (1965-1967)
II.20 14-15 Treasury, (1965-1968)
II.20 16Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, 1965
II.20 17Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, 1966
II.20 18-19 Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, 1967
II.20 20Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, 1968
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II.21 1-2 U.S. Patent Office, (1965-1966)
II.21 3Veterans Administration – General, (1964-1966)
II.21 4Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (Jan 1-23,1965)
II.21 5Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (Jan 23-31,1965)
II.21 6-7 Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (February 1965)
II.21 8Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (March 1965)
II.21 9Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (April 1965)
II.21 10Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (May 1965)
II.21 11Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (June 1965)
II.21 12Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (July-December, 1965)
II.21 13Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, 1966
II.21 14Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, 1967
II.21 15Veterans Administration – Thomasville V.A. Domicillary, (Speech by O’Neal), undated
II.21 16Water Pollution Control, 1966



B. 1965-1970

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II.22 1Agriculture – Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, (February 1969)
II.22 2Agriculture – Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, (March-December 1969)
II.22 3Agriculture – Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1970
II.22 4Agriculture – Commodity Credit Corporation, (1967-1969)
II.22 5Agriculture – Cotton, 1968
II.22 6-7 Agriculture – Cotton, 1969
II.22 8Agriculture – Cotton, 1970
II.22 9Agriculture – Department of Farm Credit Administration, 1969
II.22 10Agriculture – Disaster Relief, 1969
II.22 11Agriculture – Farmer’s Home Administration, 1968
II.22 12Agriculture – Farmer’s Home Administration, 1969
II.22 13Agriculture – Farmer’s Home Administration – Norman Park Water and Sewage System, (1968-1969)
II.22 14Agriculture – Fire Ant Control, (1969-1970)
II.22 15Agriculture – Food Stamp Program, (1968-1969)
II.22 16Agriculture – Forest Service, 1968
II.22 17Agriculture – Forest Service, 1969
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II.23 1Agriculture – General, (January-June 1969)
II.23 2Agriculture – General, (July-September 1969)
II.23 3Agriculture – General, (October-December 1969)
II.23 4Agriculture – Honey Bees, 1969
II.23 5Agriculture – Livestock, (1968-1969)
II.23 6Agriculture – Market Development Funds, 1969
II.23 7Agriculture – Milk, (1967-1969)
II.23 8Agriculture – Miscellaneous, 1968
II.23 9Agriculture – Miscellaneous, 1969
II.23 10Agriculture – Packers and Stockyards Association (Brooks County Packing Co.), 1967
II.23 11Agriculture – Peaches, 1968
II.23 12Agriculture – Peanuts, (January-April 22, 1968)
II.23 13-14 Agriculture – Peanuts, (April 24, 1968)
II.23 15Agriculture – Peanuts, (April 25-30, 1968)
II.23 16Agriculture – Peanuts, (May 1-8, 1968)
II.23 17Agriculture – Peanuts, (May 9-31, 1968)
II.23 18Agriculture – Peanuts, (June-December, 1968)
II.23 19Agriculture – Peanuts, (January-April, 1969)
II.23 20Agriculture – Peanuts, (May-December, 1969)
II.23 21Agriculture – Pecans, (1968-1969)
II.23 22Agriculture – Potatoes, 1969
II.23 23Agriculture – Poultry, (1968-1969)
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II.24 1Agriculture – Poultry and Meat Inspection Services, (1965-1969)
II.24 2Agriculture – Rural Electrification Administration, 1968
II.24 3Agriculture – Rural Electrification Administration, 1969
II.24 4Agriculture – School Lunch Program, 1968
II.24 5Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1968
II.24 6Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1969
II.24 7Agriculture – Textiles, (1969-1970)
II.24 8Agriculture – Tobacco, 1968
II.24 9Agriculture – Tobacco, 1969
II.24 10Agriculture – Watersheds – Big Slough Watershed, 1965
II.24 11Agriculture – Watersheds – Big Slough Watershed, 1968
II.24 12Agriculture – Watersheds – Big Slough Watershed, 1969
II.24 13Agriculture – Watersheds – Big Slough Watershed, 1970
II.24 14Agriculture – Watersheds – Miscellaneous, 1969
II.24 15Agriculture – White Fringed Beetle Quarantine, 1969
II.24 16Air Force – General, 1969
II.24 17Anti-Ballistic Missile Program, 1969
II.24 18Army – Atkinson, Joseph W., Jr., 1968
II.24 19Army – General, 1968
II.24 20Army – General, 1969
II.24 21Army – Corps of Engineers – Bainbridge Swimming Area, 1966
II.24 22Army – Corps of Engineers – Faceville Landing, (1967-1968)
II.24 23Army – Corps of Engineers – Grady County Tired Creek Reservoir, (1966-1970)
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II.25 1Army – Corps of Engineers – Lake Seminole Docks, 1969
II.25 2Army – Corps of Engineers – Lake Seminole Power Dam Building, (1968-1970)
II.25 3Army – Corps of Engineers – Lake Seminole Water Fluctuation, (1968-1969)
II.25 4Army – Corps of Engineers – Miscellaneous, (1967-1968)
II.25 5Army – Corps of Engineers – Miscellaneous, (February 1969)
II.25 6Army – Corps of Engineers – Miscellaneous, (March-December, 1969)
II.25 7-8 Army – Corps of Engineers – Reacquisition of Lands – Dr. O.D. Jackson – Bainbridge, 1967
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MapcaseMap of Bainbridge, Georgia [removed from Army- Corps of Engineers- Reacquisition of Lands]
MapcasePhotograph, aerial view of Bainbridge, Georgia, 1967
MapcaseMap of land distribution in Bainbridge, Georgia
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II.25 9Army – Corps of Engineers – Rivers and Harbors – Fiscal, 1970
II.25 10Army – Corps of Engineers – Walter F. George Lock, Dam, and Reservoir, 1969
II.25 11Army – National Guard, (1968-1969)
II.25 12Atomic Energy Commission – General, 1969
II.25 13Aeronautics Board – General, (1967, 1968, 1969)
II.25 14Bureau of Public Roads, 1968
II.25 15Civil Service Commission – General, 1968
II.25 16Civil Service Commission – General, (January-May, 1969)
II.25 17Civil Service Commission – General, (June-August, 1969)
II.25 18Civil Service Commission – General, (September-December, 1969)
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II.26 1Commerce – Census Bureau, 1967
II.26 2Commerce – Census Bureau, 1968
II.26 3Commerce – Census Bureau, 1969
II.26 4Commerce – Economic Development Administration, 1965
II.26 5Commerce – Economic Development Administration, 1966
II.26 6Commerce – Economic Development Administration, 1967
II.26 7Commerce – Economic Development Administration, (January-June, 1968)
II.26 8Commerce – Economic Development Administration, (July-December, 1968)
II.26 9Commerce – Economic Development Administration, 1969
II.26 10Commerce – EDA – Ashburn Water Works and Sanitary Sewer, (1967-1968)
II.26 11Commerce – EDA – Coastal Plains Regional Commission, 1969
II.26 12Commerce – EDA – Projects Approved – General, 1968
II.26 13Commerce – EDA – Projects Approved – General, 1969
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MapcaseMap of EDA Qualified Areas [removed from EDA- Projects Approved- General], 1969
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II.27 1Commerce – EDA – Rebecca Public Water Supply, (1965-1967)
II.27 2Commerce – EDA – Southwest Georgia Area Planning and Development Commission – Camilla, Georgia, 1969
II.27 3Commerce – EDA – Sylvester Water, Gas, and Sewer Application, 1968
II.27 4Commerce – General, (1968-1969)
II.27 5Commerce – Kennedy Round Tariff Negotiations, 1969
II.27 6Commerce – Patent Office, 1969
II.27 7Commerce – Weather Bureau, 1969
II.27 8Defense – ABM – Albany Site, 1967
II.27 9Defense – ABM – Albany Site, 1968
II.27 10-11 Defense – ABM – Albany Site, 1969
II.27 12Defense – ABM – Albany Site, 1970
II.27 13Defense – General, 1967
II.27 14Defense – General, 1968
II.27 15Defense – General, 1969
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II.28 1Federal Communications Commission – CATV, 1968
II.28 2Federal Communications Commission – CATV, (January 1969)
II.28 3Federal Communications Commission – CATV, (February 1969)
II.28 4Federal Communications Commission – CATV, (March-December, 1969)
II.28 5Federal Communications Commission – General, (1968-1969)
II.28 6Federal Power Commission – General, (1969-1970)
II.28 7Federal Trade Commission – General, 1969
II.28 8General Services Administration – General, 1968
II.28 9Health, Education, and Welfare – Food and Drug Administration, 1969
II.28 10Health, Education, and Welfare – General, 1968
II.28 11Health, Education, and Welfare – General, 1969
II.28 12Health, Education, and Welfare – Griffin Hospital and Clinic, Bainbridge, (1966-1968)
II.28 13Health, Education, and Welfare – Medicare, (1968-1969)
II.28 14Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, 1967
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II.29 1Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, (January-May, 1968)
II.29 2Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, (June-December, 1968)
II.29 3Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education, 1969
II.29 4Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – School Guidelines, (January-May, 1969)
II.29 5Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – School Guidelines, (June-October, 1969)
II.29 6Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – School Guidelines, (November-December, 1969)
II.29 7Health, Education, and Welfare – Office of Education – Student Loans, 1969
II.29 8Health, Education, and Welfare – Public Health Service, (1967-1968)
II.29 9Health, Education, and Welfare – Social Security Administration, (1967-1969)
II.29 10Housing and Urban Development – Cuthbert Nursing Home, (1969-1970)
II.29 11Housing and Urban Development – Edison Nursing Home, (1969-1970)
II.29 12Housing and Urban Development – Federal Housing Administration, (1968-1969)
II.29 13Housing and Urban Development – General, 1968
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II.30 1Housing and Urban Development – General, (January-August, 1969)
II.30 2Housing and Urban Development – General, (September 1-December 15, 1969)
II.30 3Housing and Urban Development – General, (December 15-31, 1969)
II.30 4Housing and Urban Development – Public Housing Administration, 1969
II.30 5Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1969
II.30 6Interior – Fish and Wildlife Service, (1968-1969)
II.30 7Interior – General, 1968
II.30 8Interior – General, 1969
II.30 9Interior – Miscellaneous, 1968
II.30 10Interior – Reid Bingham Park, (January-June 1968)
II.30 11Interior – Reid Bingham Park, (July-December 1968)
II.30 12Interior – Reid Bingham Park, 1969
II.30 13Interstate Commerce Commission – General, 1968
II.30 14Interstate Commerce Commission – General, 1969
II.30 15Interstate Commerce Commission – General, 1970
II.30 16Justice – Bureau of Prisons, (1968-1969)
II.30 17Justice – Federal Bureau of Investigation, (1968-1969)
II.30 18Justice – Immigration and Naturalization, 1969
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II.31 1Labor – General, (1966-1967)
II.31 2Labor – General, 1968
II.31 3Labor – General, 1969
II.31 4National Aeronautics and Space Administration – General, 1969
II.31 5National Guard Bureau, 1969
II.31 6Navy – General, 1968
II.31 7Navy – General, 1969
II.31 8Office of Economic Opportunity – General, (January 1-November 12, 1969)
II.31 9Office of Economic Opportunity – General, (November 13-December 31, 1969)
II.31 10Office of Economic Opportunity – Technical Rural Agriculture Program – Moultrie, GA, 1968
II.31 11Post Office – General, 1968
II.31 12Post Office – General, (January-April 1969)
II.31 13Post Office – General, (May-July 1969)
II.31 14Post Office – General, (August-December 1969)
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II.32 1Selective Service System – General, 1968
II.32 2Selective Service System – General, (January-August 1969)
II.32 3Selective Service System – General, (September-December 1969)
II.32 4Small Business Administration – General, 1967
II.32 5Small Business Administration – General, 1968
II.32 6Small Business Administration – General, (January-July 1969)
II.32 7Small Business Administration – General, (August-December 1969)
II.32 8State – General, 1968
II.32 9State – General, 1969
II.32 10Transportation – Federal Highway Administration, 1969
II.32 11Treasury – General, 1969
II.32 12Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, (January-August 1969)
II.32 13Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, (September-December 1969)
II.32 14U.S. Information Agency – General, 1968
II.32 15Veterans Administration – General, (1967-1969)



C. 1970

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II.33 1Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service, 1970
II.33 2Agriculture – ASCS Peanuts – Transfer of allotments from Wilcox to Randolph County, 1970
II.33 3Agriculture – Cotton, 1970
II.33 4Agriculture – Farmer’s Home Administration, 1970
II.33 5Agriculture – Food Stamp Program, 1970
II.33 6Agriculture – Forest Service, 1970
II.33 7Agriculture – General, 1970 January-February
II.33 8Agriculture – General, 1970 March
II.33 9Agriculture – General, 1970 April-May
II.33 10Agriculture – General, 1970 June-July
II.33 11Agriculture – General, 1970 August-December
II.33 12Agriculture – General Material
II.33 13Agriculture – Livestock, 1970
II.33 14Agriculture – Peanuts, 1970
II.33 15Agriculture – Pecans, 1970
II.33 16Agriculture – Pesticides, 1970
II.33 17Agriculture – Rural Electrification Administration, 1970
II.33 18Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service, 1970
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II.34 1Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service – Dry Creek Watershed, 1970
II.34 2Agriculture – Soil Conservation Service – Dry Creek Watershed (Hearings)
II.34 3Agriculture – Sugar, 1970
II.34 4Agriculture – Tobacco, 1970
II.34 5Air Force – General, 1970
II.34 6-8Army – Corps of Engineers – Apalachiola River Channel, 1967-1970
II.34 9-10Army – Corps of Engineers – Miscellaneous, 1970
II.34 11Army – Corps of Engineers – Newton Flood Control, 1970
II.34 12Army – Corps of Engineers – Public Works Appropriation, 1971
II.34 13Army – Corps of Engineers – Reacquisition of Hoke S. Earnest Land, 1969-1970
II.34 14Army – General, 1970
II.34 15Atomic Energy Commission – General, 1970
II.34 16Civil Aeronautics Board – General, 1970
II.34 17Civil Defense, Office of, 1965-1970
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II.35 1-3Civil Service Commission – General, 1970
II.35 4-6Commerce – Census Bureau, 1970
II.35 7Commerce – Economic Development Administration, 1970
II.35 8Commerce – Economic Development Administration – Donalsonville Airport Industrial Park, 1970
II.35 9Commerce – General, 1970
II.35 10Defense – ABM, 1970
II.35 11Defense – General, 1970
II.35 12Emergency Preparedness, Office of – Agency at Thomasville, 1970
II.35 13Federal Communications Commission – CATV, 1970
II.35 14Federal Communications Commission – General, 1970
II.35 15Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation – General, 1965-1970
II.35 16Federal Power Commission – General, 1970
II.35 17Federal Trade Commission – General, 1970
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II.36 1General Accounting Office – General, 1970
II.36 2General Services Administration – Courthouse & Federal Office Building – Albany, 1970
II.36 3General Services Administration – General, 1970
II.36 4Georgia Electric Company, 1968-1970
II.36 5Government Printing Office – General, 1970
II.36 6Health, Education, & Welfare – Air Pollution Publications, 1970
II.36 7Health, Education, & Welfare – Food & Drug Administration, 1970
II.36 8Health, Education, & Welfare – General, 1970
II.36 9Health, Education, & Welfare – Office of Education, 1970
II.36 10-14Health, Education, & Welfare – Office of Education – Publications
II.36 15Health, Education, & Welfare – Office of Education – School Guidelines, 1970
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II.37 1Health, Education, & Welfare – Office of Education – School Guidelines, 1970
II.37 2Housing & Urban Development – Federal Housing Administration, 1970
II.37 3Housing & Urban Development – General, 1970
II.37 4Interior – Fish & Wildlife Service, 1970
II.37 5Interior – General, 1970
II.37 6Interior – National Park Service, 1970
II.37 7Interstate Commerce Commission – Discontinuance of Seminole Train, 1970
II.37 8-9Interstate Commerce Commission – General
II.37 10Justice – Bureau of Prisons, 1970
II.37 11-13Justice – General, 1966-1970
II.37 14Justice – Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1970
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II.38 1Labor – Bureau of Employees’ Compensation, 1969-1970
II.38 2Labor – General, 1970
II.38 3Library of Congress – General, 1970
II.38 4Marine Corps – General, 1965-1969
II.38 5National Aeronautics & Space Administration – General, 1970
II.38 6National Archives – General, 1970
II.38 7Navy – General, 1970
II.38 8-9Office of Economic Opportunity – General, 1970
II.38 10Office of Emergency Planning – General, 1965-1969
II.38 11Peace Corps – General, 1970
II.38 12-15Post Office – General, 1970
II.38 16-17Post Office – Pornographic Material, 1969-1970
II.38 18Railroad Retirement Board – General, 1970
II.38 19Securities & Exchange Commission – General, 1968-1970
II.38 20Selective Service System – General, 1970
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II.39 1Small Business Administration – 2nd District Loans, 1969-1970
II.39 2-3Small Business Administration – General, 1970
II.39 4Smithsonian – General, 1970
II.39 5State – General, 1970
II.39 6Supreme Court – General, 1968-1970
II.39 7Transportation – Bureau of Public Roads, 1970
II.39 8Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency, 1970
II.39 9Transportation – Federal Aviation Agency – Airport for Clay County, 1970
II.39 10Transportation – Federal Highway Administration, 1970
II.39 11-12Transportation – General, 1967-1970
II.39 13Treasury – Bureau of Budget, 1968-1970
II.39 14Treasury – General, 1970
II.39 15Treasury – Internal Revenue Service, 1970
II.39 16U.S. Tariff Commission – General, 1970
II.39 17Veterans Administration – General, 1970
 

Series III. General

Extent: 34.0 boxes (17 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The General series consists of correspondence, news releases, magazine and newspaper articles, pamphlets and other printed materials regarding constituents' requests, lists, House of Representatives routines, office records, Democratic party (see also Series VII. Political on microfilm), Georgia topics, invitations, and various contemporary issues such as civil rights and Vietnam.
The series is divided into two time periods, 1965-1970 and 1969-1970, and is arranged within each alphabetically. An Accomplishment File, arranged by county, is located between the two chronological subseries and records the federal funds obtained for each county in O'Neal's district. See also Series VI. Additional Materials, General; and Microfilm reel 8, General, Biographical sketches.



A. 1965-1970

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III.1 1Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College – Tifton, Georgia, 1965
III.1 2ABM Defense System, 1967
III.1 3Agricultural Stabilization Committees, 1967
III.1 4Agriculture Committee, 1965
III.1 5Agriculture Committee, 1966
III.1 6Agriculture Committee, 1967
III.1 7Agriculture Committee, 1968
III.1 8Agriculture Committee, 1969
III.1 9Agriculture Committee – Information on PL 480 – Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, (1964-1965)
III.1 10Agriculture Committee – President’s Messages re: Agricultural Legislation, – Also re: Proposed legislation considered by committee, 1965
III.1 11Agriculture Subcommittee – Dairy and Poultry, (1965-1967)
III.1 12Agriculture Subcommittee – Dairy and Poultry, (1967-1969)
III.1 13-14 Agriculture Subcommittee – Dairy and Poultry – Hearings and Info on Eggs, 1965
III.1 15Agriculture Subcommittee – Dairy and Poultry – Poultry Inspection Regulations, 1966
III.1 16Agriculture Subcommittee – Forests, (1965-1966)
III.1 17Agriculture Subcommittee – Forests, 1966
III.1 18Agriculture Subcommittee – Forests, 1967
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III.2 1-2 Agriculture Subcommittee – Forests – Study Group on Forest Fires in California, undated
III.2 3Agriculture Subcommittee – Forests – “Timber Trends in the United States”, undated
III.2 4Agriculture Subcommittee – Hearings, 1963
III.2 5-6 Agriculture Subcommittee – Hearings, 1965
III.2 7-8 Agriculture Subcommittee – Hearings – Marketing Orders on Eggs – Resnick Bill H.R. 7481, 1965
III.2 9Agriculture Subcommittee – Livestock and Grains, (1967-1969)
III.2 10-12 Agriculture Subcommittee – Oilseeds (Peanuts) and Rice, 1965
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III.3 1Agriculture Subcommittee – Oilseeds (Peanuts) and Rice, 1966
III.3 2Agriculture Subcommittee – Oilseeds (Peanuts) and Rice, 1967
III.3 3Agriculture Subcommittee – Oilseeds (Peanuts) and Rice, 1969
III.3 4Agriculture Yearbooks – Crop Reporter Lists, (1965-1966)
III.3 5-6 Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests, 1965
III.3 7-8 Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests, 1966
III.3 9-10 Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests, 1967
III.3 11-12 Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests for 1967 Yearbooks, 1968
III.3 13Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests, 1968
III.3 14Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests, 1969
III.3 15Agriculture Yearbooks – Requests, 1969
III.3 16Albany, Georgia (City of), (1965-1966)
III.3 17Albany, Georgia – Chamber of Commerce, (1967-1969)
III.3 18Albany, Georgia – First Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1965
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III.4 1American Association of Junior Colleges, 1969
III.4 2Americans for Constitutional Action, 1967
III.4 3Americans for Constitutional Action, 1968
III.4 4American Farm Bureau Federation, 1965
III.4 5American Legion, 1967
III.4 6American Legion, 1968
III.4 7Americus, Georgia – Sumter Electric Membership Corporation, 1968
III.4 8Anonymous Letters, undated
III.4 9Appointments, (1965-1967)
III.4 10Appointments, 1968
III.4 11Appointments, (1968-1969)
III.4 12Bainbridge, Georgia (City of), 1965
III.4 13Bainbridge, Georgia – Decatur County Schools, 1969
III.4 14Banking and Currency Committee, 1969
III.4 15“C”, (1965-1969)
III.4 16Calendars, 1965
III.4 17Calendars, 1966
III.4 18Calendars, (1967-1968)
III.4 19Calendars, 1969
III.4 20Calendars, 1970
III.4 21Chamber of Commerce, (1967-1968)
III.4 22Chamber of Commerce, 1969
III.4 23Chattahoochee River Basin Development Commission, 1965
III.4 24Civil Rights, 1965
III.4 25Civil Rights, 1966
III.4 26Civil Rights, 1968
III.4 27Civil Rights, 1968
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III.5 1Clerk of the House of Representatives, (1965-1966)
III.5 2Clerk of the House of Representatives, (1967-1969)
III.5 3Committee Assignments – Re: House Judiciary, 1964
III.5 4Committee Assignments, 1965
III.5 5Committee Assignments, 1967
III.5 6Communism, (1965-1968)
III.5 7Congratulations to O’Neal, 1965
III.5 8Congratulations to O’Neal, 1966
III.5 9Congratulations to O’Neal, 1968
III.5 10Congratulatory Letters, 1968
III.5 11Congratulatory Letters, 1969
III.5 12Congressional Directories, (1965-1966)
III.5 13Congressional Directories, 1967
III.5 14Congressional Directories, (1968-1969)
III.5 15Congressional Membership List, (1967-1969)
III.5 16-19 Congressional Record Inserts, 1965
III.5 20Congressional Record Inserts, 1966
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III.6 1-2 Congressional Record Inserts, 1966
III.6 3Congressional Record Inserts, 1967
III.6 4Congressional Record Inserts, 1968
III.6 5Congressional Record Mailing List, 1965
III.6 6Congressional Record Mailing List, 1967
III.6 7Congressional Record Mailing List, 1969
III.6 8Congressmen – Miscellaneous, 1965
III.6 9Congressmen – Miscellaneous, 1966
III.6 9 10 Counties and Towns in 2nd District Georgia, 1968
III.6 11Decatur County Benevolent Association, 1965
III.6 12Deceased Constituents, 1967
III.6 13Deceased Constituents, 1968
III.6 14Deceased Constituents, 1969
III.6 15Deceased Constituents, 1970
III.6 16Democratic Congressional Dinner Committee, 1969
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III.7 1Democratic Executive Committee – O’Neal 2nd District Committee, (1965-1966)
III.7 2Democratic National Committee, (1964-1968)
III.7 3Democratic National Committee, 1969
III.7 4Democratic Party of Georgia, 1964
III.7 5Democratic Party of Georgia, (1965-1966)
III.7 6Democratic Party of Georgia, (1967-1969)
III.7 7Disabled American Veterans, 1966
III.7 8Disabled American Veterans, 1967
III.7 9Disarmament, (1965-1966)
III.7 10District Government (D.C.), 1969
III.7 11Doorkeeper of the House, 1969
III.7 12Electrical Equipment, (1965-1966)
III.7 13Employment Request, (1966-1968)
III.7 14Farmers Bulletins, 1965
III.7 15-16 Farmers Bulletins, 1966
III.7 17Farmers Bulletins, 1967
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III.8 1Farm Bulletins, (January-February, 1968)
III.8 2Farm Bulletins, (March-December, 1968)
III.8 3Farm Bulletins, 1969
III.8 4Farmers Union, 1966
III.8 5Federal Employees – Political Activity, 1966
III.8 6Flags, Requests, 1966
III.8 7Flags, Requests, (1967-1968)
III.8 8Flags, Requests, 1969
III.8 9Folding Room, (1965-1966)
III.8 10Foreign Aid, (1965-1966)
III.8 11Foreign Aid Material, undated
III.8 12Foreign Affairs, (1965-1966)
III.8 13Foreign Affairs, (1967-1969)
III.8 14Forest Subcommittee – Spokane Trip, (April 19-26, 1967)
III.8 15Georgia – Artificial Kidney Center – Atlanta, 1968
III.8 16Georgia – Pardon and Parole Board, 1969
III.8 17Georgia Delegation, 1969
III.8 18Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, (1965-1966)
III.8 19Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, 1968
III.8 20Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, 1969
III.8 21Georgia Jaycees, (1967-1968)
III.8 22Georgia Livestock Association, (1969-1970)
III.8 23Georgia Municipal Association, (1964-1966)
III.8 24Georgia National Guard, (1966-1967)
III.8 25Georgia Poultry Federation, 1964
III.8 26Georgia Poultry Federation, 1965
III.8 27Georgia Poultry Federation, (1966-1967)
III.8 28Georgia Power Company, 1965
III.8 29Georgia Railroad Association, 1964
III.8 30Georgia Representation in Washington, 1967
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III.9 1Georgia, State of – Georgia Legislature, (1965-1966)
III.9 2Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (1964-1965)
III.9 3Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (1966-1967)
III.9 4Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, 1967
III.9 5Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (January-June, 1968)
III.9 6Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (July-December, 1968)
III.9 7Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (January-March, 1969)
III.9 8Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (April-May, 1969)
III.9 9Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (June-August, 1969)
III.9 10Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (September-October, 1969)
III.9 11Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (November 1969)
III.9 12Georgia, State of – Miscellaneous, (December 1969)
III.9 13Georgia, State of – State Department of Education, 1965
III.9 14Georgia, State of – State Department of Education, 1966
III.9 15Georgia, State of – State Highway Department of Georgia, 1965
III.9 16Georgia, State of – Science and Technology Commission, 1966
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III.10 1Georgia, State of – Water Quality Control Board, (1965-1966)
III.10 2Georgia, State of – Water Quality Control Board, 1967
III.10 3Georgia State Society – Washington D.C., (1964-1968)
III.10 4Georgia Welfare Department, 1969
III.10 5“H”, 1965
III.10 6Heidelberg, Fritz, 1967
III.10 7High School Graduates, (White), (1966-1967)
III.10 8High School Mailing Lists, 1968
III.10 9High School Mailing Lists, 1969
III.10 10High School Mailing Lists, (1970-completed)
III.10 11Highways, 1968
III.10 12House Recording Studios, 1965
III.10 13Inauguration, 1965
III.10 14Inaugural Ceremonies, 1969
III.10 15Invitations Accepted, (1965-1966)
III.10 16Invitations Accepted, (January-March, 1967)
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III.11 1Invitations Accepted, (April-September, 1967)
III.11 2Invitations Accepted, (October-December, 1967)
III.11 3Invitations Accepted, (January 1968)
III.11 4Invitations Accepted, (February 1968)
III.11 5Invitations Accepted, (March 1968)
III.11 6Invitations Accepted, (April-May, 1968)
III.11 7Invitations Accepted, (June-August, 1968)
III.11 8Invitations Accepted, (September-December, 1968)
III.11 9Invitations Accepted, (January-April, 1969)
III.11 10Invitations Accepted, (May-August, 1969)
III.11 11Invitations Accepted, (September-December, 1969)
III.11 12Invitations Declined, (January-February, 1967)
III.11 13Invitations Declined, (March-April, 1967)
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III.12 1Invitations Declined, (May-August, 1967)
III.12 2Invitations Declined, (September-December, 1967)
III.12 3Invitations Declined, (January-April, 1968)
III.12 4Invitations Declined, (May-June, 1968)
III.12 5Invitations Declined, (July-August, 1968)
III.12 6Invitations Declined, (September-December, 1968)
III.12 7Invitations Declined, (January-March, 1969)
III.12 8Invitations Declined, (April-June, 1969)
III.12 9Invitations Declined, (July-September, 1969)
III.12 10Invitations Declined, (October-December, 1969)
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III.13 1Job Applications – Washington Office, (September-November 16, 1964)
III.13 2Job Applications – Washington Office, (November 17-30, 1964)
III.13 3Job Applications – Washington Office, (December 1964)
III.13 4-6 Job Recommendations, 1965
III.13 7Job Recommendations, (January-July, 1966)
III.13 8Job Recommendations, (August-December, 1966)
III.13 9Job Recommendations, (January-April, 1967)
III.13 10Job Recommendations, (May-June, 1967)
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III.14 1Job Recommendations, (August-December, 1967)
III.14 2Jobs – Bledsoe, Warren B. – For position of Director of Rural Extensions and Appointments, Rural Appointments Branch – POD, 1965
III.14 3John Birch Society, (1965-1966)
III.14 4Legislature – Georgia, 1968
III.14 5Library of Congress, (1965-1966)
III.14 6Library of Congress, 1967
III.14 7Library of Congress, 1969
III.14 8Lower Chattahoochee Valley Area Planning and Development Commission, 1969
III.14 9Magazine Articles by O’Neal, (1965-1966)
III.14 10Magazine Articles, (1967-1968)
III.14 11Majority Clerk – David Ramage, (1966-1969)
III.14 12Marine Corps Supply Center – Albany, Georgia, 1965
III.14 13Marine Corps Supply Center, 1969
III.14 14Members of Congress, 1968
III.14 15Miscellaneous, (January-July, 1966)
III.14 16Miscellaneous, (August-December, 1966)
III.14 17Miscellaneous, (January-June, 1967)
III.14 18Miscellaneous, (July-December, 1967)
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III.15 1Miscellaneous, (January-April, 1968)
III.15 2Miscellaneous, (May 1968)
III.15 3Miscellaneous, (June 1968)
III.15 4Miscellaneous, (August 1968)
III.15 5Miscellaneous, (September-December, 1968)
III.15 6Miscellaneous, 1968
III.15 7Miscellaneous, 1968
III.15 8Miscellaneous, (January 1969)
III.15 9Miscellaneous, (February 1969)
III.15 10Miscellaneous, (March 1969)
III.15 11Miscellaneous, (April 1969)
III.15 12Miscellaneous, (May-June, 1969)
III.15 13Miscellaneous, (July-September, 1969)
III.15 14Miscellaneous, (October 1969)
III.15 15Miscellaneous, (November 1969)
III.15 16Miscellaneous, (December 1969)
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III.16 1Miscellaneous, 1969
III.16 2Moultrie, Georgia, City of, 1965
III.16 3National Association of Counties, 1965
III.16 4National Council of Churches, 1965
III.16 5National Farmers Organization, (1968-1969)
III.16 6National Labor Relations Board, 1967
III.16 7National Rivers and Harbors Congress, 1965
III.16 8Northeast Georgia Planning and Development Commission, 1966
III.16 9Office Supplies and Equipment – Bainbridge, 1967
III.16 10“Operation Keelhaul”, (1967-1968)
III.16 11Patronage, (1965-1966)
III.16 12Peanuts, 1965
III.16 13Peanuts, 1966
III.16 14Peanuts, 1967
III.16 15Peanuts – Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for, 1967
III.16 16Peanuts – Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for, 1968
III.16 17Peanuts – Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for, (1969-1970)
III.16 18People-to-People Program – Georgia Students Internationale, 1966
III.16 19Photographs, 1965
III.16 20Photographs, 1966
III.16 21Photographs, 1967
III.16 22Photographs, 1968
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III.17 1Photographs, 1969
III.17 2Photos Sent, (1968-1969)
III.17 3Political – American Party, 1968
III.17 4Political Democratic Executive Committee – 2nd District, (1964-1965)
III.17 5Political – Miscellaneous, 1967
III.17 6Political – Miscellaneous, 1968
III.17 7Political – Miscellaneous, 1969
III.17 8Political – Miscellaneous, 1970
III.17 9Political – Second District Republican Party, 1968
III.17 10Population Explosion, 1966
III.17 11Press Releases, (January-May, 1965)
III.17 12Press Releases, (June-August, 1965)
III.17 13Press Releases, (September-December, 1965)
III.17 14Press Releases, (January-May, 1966)
III.17 15Press Releases, (June-December, 1966)
III.17 16Press Releases, (January-May, 1967)
III.17 17Press Releases, (June-December, 1967)
III.17 18Press Releases, (January-April, 1968)
III.17 19Press Releases, (May-December, 1968)
III.17 20Press Releases, 1968
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III.18 1Public Affairs, 1966
III.18 2Public Affairs, (January-February, 1967)
III.18 3Public Affairs, (March-May, 1967)
III.18 4Public Affairs, (June-September, 1967)
III.18 5Public Affairs, (October-December, 1967)
III.18 6Public Affairs, (January-April, 1968)
III.18 7Public Affairs, (May 1968)
III.18 8Public Affairs, (June 1968)
III.18 9Public Affairs, (July-December, 1968)
III.18 10Public Affairs, (January-April, 1969)
III.18 11Public Affairs, (May-September, 1969)
III.18 12Public Affairs, (October 1969)
III.18 13Public Affairs, (November-December, 1969)
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MapcaseNortheast Georgia Area Development Map [removed from III, box 18], 1966
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III.18 14Public Affairs – Post Office Abolition, 1967
III.18 15Public Affairs – Rhodesia, 1967
III.18 16Public Affairs – Riots and Civil Disobedience, 1967
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III.19 1Publication Requests, (January-March, 1967)
III.19 2Publication Requests, (April-December, 1967)
III.19 3Publication Requests, (January-February, 1968)
III.19 4Publication Requests, (March-April, 1968)
III.19 5Publication Requests, (May-June, 1968)
III.19 6Publication Requests, (July-August, 1968)
III.19 7Publication Requests, (September-December, 1968)
III.19 8Publication Requests, (January-February, 1969)
III.19 9Publication Requests, (March 1969)
III.19 10Publication Requests, (April 1969)
III.19 11Publication Requests, (May-June, 1969)
III.19 12Publication Requests, (July-August, 1969)
III.19 13Publication Requests, (September-October, 1969)
III.19 14Publication Requests, (November-December, 1969)
BoxFolder
III.20 1Radio Stations – 2nd District, (1965-1969)
III.20 2Recommendations, (January-March, 1968)
III.20 3Recommendations, (April-December, 1968)
III.20 4Recommendations, (January-April, 1969)
III.20 5Recommendations, (May-July, 1969)
III.20 6Recommendations, (August-December, 1969)
III.20 7Recreation Facilities, (1965-1966)
III.20 8Red Cross, (1965-1970)
III.20 9Republican Party Committee and Members – 2nd District, 1966
III.20 10Request for Mr. O’Neal’s Bills, 1969
III.20 11Requests – Miscellaneous, (1968, 1969, 1970)
III.20 12Riley, Albert File, (1969-1970)
III.20 13“S”, 1965
III.20 14Seating of James V. Smith, Congressman from Oklahoma, 1966
III.20 15Soil Conservation Districts, 1965
III.20 16Southeast River Basin, 1965
III.20 17Southern Railway System, 1966
III.20 18Southwest Georgia Planning and Development Commission, (1966-1969)
III.20 19-20 Speech Material, 1965
III.20 21Statements Before Committees by Congressman O’Neal, (1965-1966)
III.20 22Statements Before Committees by Congressman O’Neal, (1967-1968)
BoxFolder
III.21 1Stationery Room, 1965
III.21 2Stationery Room, 1966
III.21 3Stationery Room, 1967
III.21 4Stationery Room, 1968
III.21 5Stationery Account, 1969
III.21 6Summer Jobs, (1965-1966)
III.21 7Summer Jobs, (1966 Applications for 1967 Employment), undated
III.21 8Summer Jobs, 1967
III.21 9Summer Jobs, 1968
III.21 10Summer Jobs – National Park Service, 1965
III.21 11Summer Jobs – National Park Service, 1969
BoxFolder
III.22 1Superintendent’s Office, 1968
III.22 2Sympathy – Cards, Letters, Telegrams, (1967, 1969)
III.22 3-4 Telegram Bills Paid, 1965
III.22 5Telegram Bills, (January-March, 1967)
III.22 6Telegram Bills, (April-June, 1967)
III.22 7Telegram Bills, (July-September, 1967)
III.22 8Telegram Bills, (October-December, 1967)
III.22 9Telegram Bills, (January-April, 1968)
III.22 10Telegram Bills, (May-August, 1968)
III.22 11Telegram Bills, (September-December, 1968)
III.22 12Telegram Bills, (January-March, 1969)
III.22 13Telegram Bills, (April-June, 1969)
BoxFolder
III.23 1Telegram Bills, (July-September, 1969)
III.23 2Telegram Bills, (October-December, 1969)
III.23 3Telegram File, (January-June, 1969)
III.23 4Telegram File, (July-December, 1969)
III.23 5Telegrams, (January-March, 1965)
III.23 6Telegrams, (April-June, 1965)
III.23 7Telegrams, (July-September, 1965)
III.23 8Telegrams, (October-December, 1965)
III.23 9Telegrams, (January-May, 1966)
III.23 10Telegrams, (June-September, 1966)
III.23 11Telegrams, (October-December, 1966)
BoxFolder
III.24 1Telegrams, 1967
III.24 2Telegrams, (January-August, 1968)
III.24 3Telegrams, (September-December, 1968)
III.24 4Telegrams – Miscellaneous, (1966, 1967, 1968)
III.24 5Telephone Account, 1968
III.24 6Telephone Companies Serving 2nd District, 1967
III.24 7Telephone Statements, 1965
III.24 8Telephone Statements, 1966
III.24 9Telephone Statements, 1967
III.24 10Telephone Statements, 1969
III.24 11Thank You, (January-June, 1965)
III.24 12Thank You, (July-August, 1965)
III.24 13Thank You, (September-December, 1965)
III.24 14Thank You, (January-March, 1966)
III.24 15Thank You, (April-May, 1966)
III.24 16Thank You, (June-December, 1966)
BoxFolder
III.25 1Thank You, (January-June, 1967)
III.25 2Thank You, (July-August, 1967)
III.25 3Thank You, (September-October, 1967)
III.25 4Thank You, (November-December, 1967)
III.25 5Thank You, (January-February, 1968)
III.25 6Thank You, (March-April, 1968)
III.25 7Thank You, (May-June, 1968)
III.25 8Thank You, (July-December, 1968)
III.25 9Thank You, (January-March, 1969)
III.25 10Thank You, (April-May, 1969)
III.25 11Thank You, (June-August, 1969)
III.25 12Thank You, (September-November, 1969)
III.25 13Thank You, (December 1969)
III.25 14Thank You, (1968, 1969, 1970)
III.25 15Thank You for Trips, 1965
III.25 16Thank You for Trips, 1966
III.25 17Thomasville – Thomas County Chamber of Commerce, 1968
BoxFolder
III.26 1Tours, (1967-1968)
III.26 2Tours, 1969
III.26 3Trotter’s Shoals, 1965
III.26 4Truman Ward, 1965
III.26 5Turner Air Force Base, (1964-1965)
III.26 6Turner Air Force Base, (1966-1967)
III.26 7Turner Air Force Base – proposal to discontinue pipeline, 1965
III.26 8Un-American Activities Committee, 1969
III.26 9United Nations, (1964-1967)
III.26 10Veterans of Foreign Wars, (1966-1968)
III.26 11Vietnam, 1966
III.26 12Vietnam, 1967
III.26 13Vietnam, (1968-1969)
III.26 14Vietnam, Affirmation – Preliminary Statements, (1965-1966)
III.26 15Visas, 1968
BoxFolder
III.27 1Visitors, (January-June, 1965)
III.27 2Visitors, (July-December, 1965)
III.27 3Visitors, (January-June, 1966)
III.27 4Visitors, (July-December, 1966)
III.27 5Visitors, (January-June, 1967)
III.27 6Visitors, (July-December, 1967)
III.27 7Visitors, 1968
III.27 8Visitors, 1969
III.27 9Voting Record – 90th Congress, 2nd Session, 1968
III.27 10Welfare Cases, 1965
III.27 11Welfare Cases, 1966
III.27 12Welfare Cases, 1967
III.27 13White House, (1965-1970)
III.27 14Young Americans for Freedom, 1966
BoxFolder
III.2715Biographical Sketches, 1965-1967



B. Accomplishment File

BoxFolder
III.28 1Baker County, (1965-1970)
III.28 2Brooks County, (1965-1970)
III.28 3Calhoun County, (1965-1970)
III.28 4Clay County, (1965-1970)
III.28 5Colquitt County, (1965-1970)
III.28 6Crisp County, (1965-1970)
III.28 7Decatur County, (1965-1970)
III.28 8Dougherty County, (1965-1970)
III.28 9Early County, (1965-1970)
III.28 10Grady County, (1965-1970)
III.28 11Miller County, (1965-1970)
III.28 12Miscellaneous, (1965-1970)
III.28 13Mitchell County, (1965-1970)
III.28 14Quitman County, (1965-1970)
III.28 15Randolph County, (1965-1970)
III.28 16Seminole County, (1965-1970)
III.28 17Terrell County, (1965-1970)
III.28 18Thomas County, (1965-1970)
III.28 19Tift County, (1965-1970)
III.28 20Turner County, (1965-1970)
III.28 21Worth County, (1965-1970)



C. 1969-1970

BoxFolder
III.28 22Agriculture Committee, 1970
III.28 23Agriculture Committee, 1970
III.28 24Agriculture Yearbooks, (November 1969)
III.28 25Agriculture Yearbooks, (December 1969)
III.28 26Agriculture Yearbooks, (January 1970)
III.28 27Agriculture Yearbooks, (February-March, 1970)
III.28 28Agriculture Yearbooks, (April-October, 1970)
III.28 29Agriculture Yearbooks, (October-December, 1970)
III.28 30Americans for Constitutional Action, 1970
III.28 31Appointments, 1970
BoxFolder
III.29 1Bainbridge, Georgia – Country Club, 1970
III.29 2Bills – 91st Congress, (1969-1970)
III.29 3Bills – Introduced by O’Neal, 1969
III.29 4Calendars, 1970
III.29 5Chamber of Commerce, 1970
III.29 6Congressional Directories, 1970
III.29 7Congressional Record Clerk, 1970
III.29 8Congressional Record Inserts, 1969
III.29 9Congressional Record Inserts, 1970
III.29 10Congratulations, 1970
III.29 11Democratic National Committee, 1970
III.29 12Democratic Party of Georgia, 1970
III.29 13Employment Requests, 1970
III.29 14Farm Bulletins, 1970
III.29 15Filing Fees, 1970
III.29 16Flag Requests, 1970
III.29 17Georgia Congressional Reapportionment, 1970
Box
MapcaseMap of Congressional Districts in Georgia
BoxFolder
III.29 18Georgia Congressional Reapportionment Material, 1970
III.29 19Georgia Department of Industry and Trade, 1970
III.29 20Georgia Department of Public Safety, 1970
III.29 21Georgia Farm Report, 1970
III.29 22Georgia General Services Administration – Dillard, Mrs. Omie, 1970
III.29 23Georgia Livestock Association, 1970
III.29 24Georgia Miscellaneous, (January-February, 1970)
III.29 25Georgia Miscellaneous, (March 1-25, 1970)
III.29 26Georgia Miscellaneous, (March 26, 1970)
BoxFolder
III.30 1Georgia Miscellaneous, (March 30, 1970)
III.30 2Georgia Miscellaneous, (April-August, 1970)
III.30 3Georgia Miscellaneous, (September-December, 1970)
III.30 4Georgia – Welfare, 1970
III.30 5High School Graduation Lists, 1970
III.30 6House of Representatives – General Information, 1970
III.30 7Invitations Accepted, (January 1970)
III.30 8Invitations Accepted, (February-March, 1970)
III.30 9Invitations Accepted, (April-June 1970)
III.30 10Invitations Accepted, (July-December, 1970)
III.30 11Invitations Accepted – Miscellaneous, undated
III.30 12Invitations Declined, (January-February, 1970)
III.30 13Invitations Declined, (March-April, 1970)
III.30 14Invitations Declined, (May 1970)
III.30 15Invitations Declined, (June-September, 1970)
BoxFolder
III.31 1Invitations Declined, (October-December, 1970)
III.31 2Invitations Declined – Miscellaneous, undated
III.31 3Majority Clerk, 1970
III.31 4Marine Corps Supply Center, 1970
III.31 5Miscellaneous, (January 1970)
III.31 6Miscellaneous, (February 1970)
III.31 7Miscellaneous, (March-June, 1970)
III.31 8Miscellaneous, (July-September, 1970)
III.31 9Miscellaneous, (October-December, 1970)
III.31 10Miscellaneous, 1970
III.31 11Miscellaneous, undated
III.31 12Newspapers of 2nd District, (1965-1970)
III.31 13National Cotton Council of America, 1965
BoxFolder
III.32 1Peanuts, (January-May, 1970)
III.32 2Peanuts, (June-December, 1970)
III.32 3Photo Requests, 1970
III.32 4Photographs Sent, 1970
III.32 5Pilcher, Mrs. Marjorie – 700 Bobbitt Drive, Albany, Georgia, 1969
III.32 6Political, 1970
III.32 7Political – Ragsdale, Thomas (Tom) G., 1970
III.32 8Post Office – Attapulgus, 1970
III.32 9Press Releases, (January-August, 1969)
III.32 10Press Releases, (September-December, 1969)
III.32 11Press Releases, 1970
III.32 12Press Releases – Others, (1969-1970)
III.32 13Public Affairs, (January-March, 1970)
III.32 14Public Affairs, (April-December, 1970)
III.32 15Publications Distribution Service, (1966-1970)
III.32 16Publications Requests, (January 1970)
III.32 17Publications Requests, (February 1970)
III.32 18Publications Requests, (March 1970)
III.32 19Publications Requests, (April-May, 1970)
III.32 20Publications Requests, (June-September, 1970)
III.32 21Publications Requests, (October-December, 1970)
BoxFolder
III.33 1Recommendations, (January-June, 1970)
III.33 2Recommendations, (July-December, 1970)
III.33 3Recommendations, 1970
III.33 4Statements before Committees by O’Neal, 1970
III.33 5Summer Jobs – National Park Service, 1970
III.33 6Sympathy, 1970
III.33 7Telegrams, 1970
III.33 8Telegraph Bills, (January-February, 1970)
III.33 9Telegraph Bills, (March-May, 1970)
III.33 10Telegraph Bills, (June-October, 1970)
III.33 11Telephone Statements, 1970
III.33 12Thank You, (January-February, 1970)
III.33 13Thank You, (March-April, 1970)
III.33 14Thank You, (May-June, 1970)
III.33 15Thank You, (July-December, 1970)
III.33 16Tours, 1970
III.33 17Veterans of Foreign Wars, (1968-1970)
III.33 18Vietnam, (January-April, 1970)
III.33 19Vietnam, (May 1-17, 1970)
BoxFolder
III.34 1Vietnam, (May 18, 1970)
III.34 2Vietnam, (May 19-31, 1970)
III.34 3Vietnam, (June-December, 1970)
III.34 4Visitors, 1970
III.34 5Vrzal, Vladimir, 1969
III.34 6Washington Farmletter, 1967
III.34 7Washington Farmletter, 1968
III.34 8Washington Farmletter, 1969
III.34 9Washington Farmletter, 1970
III.34 10White House, 1970
 

Series IV. Speeches

Extent: 1.0 box (1 linear foot)
Scope and Content: This series consists of speeches O'Neal delivered to a wide variety of constituents and colleagues, both as a sitting member of Congress and as a candidate. Files related to individual speeches contain typescripts, drafts, notes, correspondence and supporting material for his speeches. Also included are O'Neal's statements on the floor of the U.S. House that appeared in the Congressional Record. For additional speech material, see also Series III. General, Congressional Record Inserts, 1965-1968 and Series III. General, Speech (1965) and Statements; and Microfilm reel 8, Political, Speeches.
BoxFolder
IV.114th Annual Peanut Progress Day – Tifton, Georgia, undated
IV.12Albany Production Credit Association, 1969
IV.13Brooks County Chamber of Commerce, undated
IV.14Congressional Record – H.R. 15005, 90th Congress, 1967-1969
IV.15Congressional Record, 1969-1970
IV.16Dedication Peanut Marketing Research Lab – Dawson, Georgia, 1969 November 21
IV.17Democratic Political, undated
IV.18Edison Textile, Inc. – Fort Gaines, Georgia, 1970 February 12
IV.19Farm Speech, undated
IV.110Fort Gaines, undated
IV.111General Political, 1968
IV.112Georgia Bankers Association, undated
IV.113Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, 1970
IV.114Mitchell Country Farm Bureau, 1968
IV.115Pieces of Speeches and Articles, undated
IV.116Second District PTA, 1970
IV.117Man of the Year - Flint River Soil Conservation District, Cairo, 1964 November 13
IV.118Man of the Year' - Middle South Georgia Soil & Water Conservation District, Tifton, 1964 November 19
IV.119International Reform Federation - 68th Annual Fellowship Breakfast, Washington, D.C., 1965 January 14
IV.120PiKa Founders Day Banquet, University of Maryland, 1965 March 4
IV.121Crisp County Farm Bureau, Cordele, 1964 November
IV.122Kiwanis Club, Thomasville, 1964 November
IV.1232nd District County Commissioners Association, 1964 November
IV.124DAR [Daughters of the American Revolution], Stonecastle, 1964 November 11
IV.125Kiwanis Club, Albany, 1964 November 11
IV.126Undated Campaign Speeches, 1964
IV.127Campaign-Branch 1200, National Association of Letter Carriers, 1964 May 18
IV.128Campaign-WALB-TV (Channel 10), 1964 August 6
IV.129Georgia Municipal Association, Cairo, 1964 October 28
IV.130Chamber of Commerce, Moultrie, 1968 January 25
IV.131American Legion, Blakely, 1968 February 25
IV.132Country Club Dedication, Donalsonville, 1967 September 2
IV.133Post Office Dedication, Parrott, 1967 September 3
IV.134Tifton Post Office, 1967 October 28
IV.135Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany, 1967 November 10
IV.136Veterans Day, Thomasville, 1967 November 11
IV.137Rotary Club, Albany, 1966 December 8
IV.138Southeast Peanut Association, Atlanta, 1967 June 12
IV.139Georgia Livestock Association Convention, Stone Mountain, 1966 December 10
IV.140Chamber of Commerce, Thomasville, 1966 December 6
IV.141Grady County PTA, Cairo, 1966 December 5
IV.142Farm Bureau, Vienna, 1967 December 28
IV.143Georgia Democratic Women's Conference, Atlanta, 1967 December 2
IV.144Farm City Week, Cordele, 1967 November 22
IV.145Veterans Day, Cairo, 1967 November 11
IV.146[Speeches: Farm Bureau, Doerun Lions Club], undated
IV.147Freedom Shrine Dedication Thomasville, 1965 April 20
IV.148Rotary Club, Dawson, 1965 April 21
IV.149Airport Dedication, Dawson, 1965 April 21
IV.150Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1965 April 25
IV.151Moultrie Post Office, 1965 May 30
IV.152Brooks County High School Commencement, 1965 May 31
IV.153-55[Speeches: Multiple Events], 1965-1972
 

Series V. Personal

Extent: 1.0 box (0.5 linear foot and 4 microfilm reels)
Scope and Content: This series contains outgoing correspondence on various personal matters, including trips, campaign contributions, family business, health and retirement.
BoxFolder
V.11Retirement, 1970
V.12Medical and Hospitalization, 1969
V.13Financial, 1962-1970
V.14Family, 1968-1970
V.15Campaign Contributions, 1966-1968
V.16Miscellaneous, 1968-1970
V.17Photograph-Pi Kappa Alpha, 1968-1970
V.18-9Retirement Letters, 1970-1971
V.110Rickover Letters, 1965-1967
V.111[Personal], 1964-1968
V.112-14Trips: Southeast Asia, 1966-1968
Personal Correspondence, 1970-1971 [Microfilm reel: 6]
Banks - Gridiron Society [Microfilm reel: 3]
Hospitalization Insurance - Pi Kappa Alpha [Microfilm reel: 2]
Solicitor General - VA; Personal Trips [Microfilm reel: 5]
 

Series VII. Political

Extent: 1.0 box (0.5 linear foot and 4 microfilm reels)
Scope and Content: This series contains material primarily related to O'Neal's congressional races, primarily his 1964 campaign, including advertising, opposition files, debate material, speeches and correspondence.
1964 Campaign
BoxFolder
VII.11Appreciation Day Dinner, 1964
VII.12Newspaper Clippings-David C. Jones, 1964
VII.13Newspaper Clippings-J.W. Keyton, 1964
VII.14Newspaper Clippings-C.B. King, 1964
VII.15Newspaper Clippings-W. Gerald Tuck, 1964
VII.16Newspaper Clippings-H.L. Wingate, Jr., 1964
VII.17Official Records & Miscellaneous Important, 1964
VII.18-9Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1964
VII.110Newspaper Advertising, 1964
VII.111TV Debate Material, 1964
VII.112-13Political [General], 1965-1970
Campaign notebooks, lists, etc.; official records; miscellaneous, 1964 [Microfilm reel: 1]
Campaign lists, absentee ballots, advertising, congressional voting records, 1964 [Microfilm reel: 11]
Voters' registration in the South; civil rights reports; miscellaneous news clippings; speeches, 1965-1966 [Microfilm reel: 9]
Speeches, legislative correspondence, 1964-1966 [Microfilm reel: 4]
 

Series VIII. Intra-office

Extent: 2.0 microfilm reels
Appointment Books; Guest Books, 1965-1970 [Microfilm reel: 7]
Guest Books [Microfilm reel: 8]
 

Series IX. Newspaper Clippings and Programs

Extent: 4.0 microfilm reels
Newspaper clippings [Microfilm reel: 10]
Newspaper clippings (Mrs. O'Neal miscellaneous) [Microfilm reel: 13]
Miscellaneous programs, souvenir books, invitations, etc. for receptions and ceremonies held during O'Neal's term in Congress [Microfilm reel: 12]
 

Series X. Case Mail [CLOSED]

Extent: 44.0 boxes
 

Series XI. Cross-Reference Copies [CLOSED]

Extent: 14.0 boxes
 

Series XII. Photographs

Extent: 1.0 box
Scope and Content: This series consists of images documenting O'Neal's service in the U.S. House of Representatives as the delegate from the Second District of Georgia.
BoxFolder
XII.1MEO-PF-01National Vice President of Future Farmers of America: left to right: MEO, Norman Gay, Herman Eugene Talmadge [Gay shaking hands w/ both men and wearing FFA jackets; FFA flag behind group, hanging on wall] removal sheet enclosed; Washington, D.C., circa January 1966.
Extent: 6.0 1/2"x 8 1/2"
XII.1MEO-PF-02Georgia Extension Service Home Economies Council's "Dinner with Congress:" seated, left to right: Mrs. Frank Norton, Charlotte Tyson O'Neal Jr. standing, left to right: Mrs. C.N. Sheffield, MEO, Mrs. J.B. Green (w/ hands on Mrs. O'Neal's shoulders) [dark background - curtains ?] removal sheet enclosed; Washington, D.C., [May 3, 1966]
Extent: 2[5"x 7"]
XII.1MEO-PF-03O'Neal speaking to Veterans Day crowd: seated on low platform, 4th from left, in gray suit: MEO [4 Boy Scouts (backs to camera) in foreground; brick bldg. 1/4 visible (left), house (right) in background; podium w/ 2 microphones (1 w/ "WGRA" hanging from it) on low platform at ctr. of platform MEO is seated on w/ 6 other men (3 wearing VFW caps)] written on back, in blue ink, "11/11/67" stamped on back, in black ink, "RODDENBERY MEMORIAL LIBRARY CAIRO, GEORGIA 31728" outside removal sheet enclosed; Cairo, GA, November 11, 1967.
Extent: 3.0 1/2"x 3 1/2", color
XII.1MEO-PF-03standing at podium, speaking - left (in profile): MEO [taken looking down platform from 1 end; boy's head, 2 Girl Scouts (backs to camera) in foreground; brick bldg. (left - 1/2 to 3/4 visible), house (right - 1 corner visible) in background] same stamp, date written on back; outside, November 11, 1967.
Extent: 3.0 1/2"x 3 1/2", color
XII.1MEO-PF-03left to right (foreground): woman (profile), man (VFW cap, back to camera), MEO (holding program, note cards) [brick bldg. (roof cropped out), crowds, bicycle (left) and table (left) in background] same stamp, date written on back; outside; envelope from Roddenbery Memorial Library to MEO post marked 12/19/67 enclosed; in blue ink "Miss Wessie Connell", November 11, 1967.
Extent: 3.0 1/2"x 3 1/2", color
XII.1MEO-PF-04Portrait of Maston Emmett O'Neal, Jr. n.p. Head and torso studio port. of MEO written on back, in blue ink, "Cong - O'Neal" vertical shot removal sheet enclosed; Washington, D.C., [circa 1967]
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-04Same as above, except inscribed, in blue ink, center left, "Best regards Mason O'Neal" vertical shot, [circa 1967]
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-05National Cotton Council Maid of Cotton and House Agriculture Committee: left to right: Walter Beaman Jones, J. Herbert Burke, MEO, Graham Boynton Purcell Jr., Ezekiel Candler Gathings, Eligio De La Garza II, William Robert Poage, Susan Holder, Gillespie V. Montgomery, Thomas Gerstle Abernethy, Charles McKevett Teague, John Matthew Zwach, Clarence E. Miller, John Richard Rarick, John Thomas Myers, George Atlee Goodling [in Committee room; wall lamps (simulated candles) at left and right, flanking alcove containing port. of Harold Dunbar Cooley (ctr., on wall ), and U.S. flag (right); group standing behind top tier of seats; 2nd lower tier in foreground] caption written on back, in blue ink, "MAID OF COTTON Feb 1968 Miss Susan Holder and House Committee on Agriculture"; in pencil, "68093-A-13"; stamped on back in blue ink, "Capitol and Glogau Photographers", also addr. and phone #, space for negative and print # removal sheet enclosed; Washington, D.C., February 1968.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-06Portrait of O'Neal speaking on telephone: MED, seated at desk holding telephone receiver to ear; window behind MEO w/ drapes, view of Capitol; U.S. flag at left - probably studio set red Kodak stamp, "FEB 68R" on back of 4 photos; removal sheet, Kodak envelope enclosed; Washington, D.C.?, [circa February 1968]
Extent: 5[5"x 7"], color
XII.1MEO-PF-07National Peanut Week - 1968: left to right: Charlotte Tyson O'Neal Jr., George P. Donaldson, Maridel Rich, MEO, Mrs. P.D. Rich [group in hallway; camera at low angle, looking up; Maridel dressed as Southern belle, holding open parasol] stamped on back in black ink, "DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE Michael J. Kirwan, CHAIRMAN For additional prints call Dev O'Neill Committee Photographer on Extension" enclosed is onionskin typed copy and handwritten copy of photo cut-line; incl. date when sent to listed newspaper; Washington, D.C., March 1968.
Extent: 6"x 8"
XII.1MEO-PF-07left to right: George P. Donaldson, Jack Thomas Brinkley, Maridel Rich, MEO, Donna Gayle Martin [both Rich and Martin dressed as Southern belles, holding parasols; Rich kissing MEO on cheek; in hallway] enclosed is onionskin typed copy of photo cutline; incl. date when sent to listed newspaper; same stamp on back as above, March 1968.
Extent: 6"x 8"
XII.1MEO-PF-07left to right: Maridel, MEO, Donna [both girls dressed as above, arms linked w/ MEO's; in hall way] same stamp on back as above enclosed is onion skin copy of photo cutline, incl. date when sent to listed newspaper; vertical shot, March 1968.
Extent: 6"x 8"
XII.1MEO-PF-07left to right: MEO, Maridel [Maridel, as belle, feeding O'Neal a peanut' both holding dish where peanut was taken from; sign - "The Peanut Lover's Corner ("O's" shaped like hearts; heart at the top right and bottom left sign) visible btw. Them] in pencil, in lower right corner, on back, "167" enclosed is onionskin typed copy and handwritten copy of photo cutline; incl. date when sent to listed newspaper; removal sheet enclosed, March 1968.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-07left to right: MEO (holding bowl of peanuts), Emmett Reynolds (holding spoonful of peanuts), W.J. McKemie, Billy Newberry, Donaldson, Harry Mallard [surrounding table w/ tray of meat (?), heated tray of peanuts and dish of peanuts on it; sign described above] also on it, at right, March 1968.
Extent: 5[8"x 10"]
XII.1MEO-PF-08Phil Cambell, Undersecretary of Agriculture - congratulations: left to right: MEO, James Philander Campbell Jr. [both men shaking hands; curtain, U.S. flag and podium (ctr.) in background] enclosed is handwritten caption just after swearing - in, lists of newspapers photo is to be sent to; removal sheet; vertical shot; Washington, D.C., January 1969.
Extent: 6.0 1/2"x 8 1/2"
XII.1MEO-PF-09National Peanut Week - 1969-1970: left to right: Lisa Sanderson II, William Robert Poage, unidentified girl, MEO (profile) [Lisa feeding MEO a sample of school lunch peanut butter recipe; both men seated at table - tray w/ sandwich on plate, glass of milk on it in front of them; palm plant (right), door (?) in background] on back, in pencil, "R2-7" removal sheet enclosed; Washington, D.C., [1969-1970]
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-10O'Neal w/ Jon L. Ryan: (left) John L. Ryan. President of Federal Land Bank of New Orleans and (right) Maston O'Neal at Federal Land Bank movie "Providers of Plenty" premiere, 1967; on back, in pencil, "FCA" removal sheet enclosed, [circa 1967]
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-11Mill Creek: photo is of Mill Creek in Cherokee County, Georgia; enclosed is a sheet of paper with a quotation from the First Psalm and a description of the Creek's chanelization; removal sheet enclosed; Cherokee County, GA, 1969.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-12Bainbridge Swimming Area: photographs are of a lake in Bainbridge, GA where the mayor wanted to construct beaches and swimming area; removal sheet enclosed, 1966.
Extent: 2[3 1/4"x 4 1/4"]
XII.1MEO-PF-13Kaiser Fertilizer Plant - Apalachiola River: photo is of the Kaiser Fertilization Plant on the Apalchiola River; removal sheet enclosed; Bainbridge, GA, 1970.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-14Fort Gains Historical Society - General Edmund Gains:the Georgia Historical Commission's ceremony honoring General Edmund Pendelton Gains; removal sheet enclosed; Fort Gaines, GA, 1969.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-14Historical marker about Gaines, 1969.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-15Willis Park cannon: photographs: photographs are a front, rear, and side view of a cannon in Willis Park; smudged print with blue ink on the back of one photo; removal sheet enclosed; Bainbridge, undated.
Extent: 3[4 1/2"x 3 3/8"]
XII.1MEO-PF-16Maston O'Neil at National Peanut Week Observance:left to right: Maston O'Neal with Gwynn Fain (Peanut Princess), Melvin Peavy, A.J. Singletary, George P. Donaldson and W.J. McKemie during National Peanut week; paper including captions naming everyone in the picture; removal sheet enclosed, 1967.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-16: Maston O'Neal with the Peanut Princess and George P. Donaldson passing out peanuts at the Congressional observance of National Peanut week; blue paper including captions naming everyone in the picture; on back of photo in blue pen "R4-4" same removal sheet as above, 1967.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-17AAir Force Academy: Maston O'Neal pictured with Air Cadets from Georgia's second Congressional District during a visit to the Air Force Academy; yellow sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph sent 9/23/65; removal sheet enclosed; Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1956.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-17BMoss Photo Service Political Photos: 2 sample photographs from Moss Photo Service, to demonstrate options for political photos to Maston O'Neal; signed one photo in blue ink "to my good friend and supporter Joe Clark - Best wishes [McG?]" removal sheet enclosed, undated.
Extent: 2[8"x 10"]
XII.1MEO-PF-18Maston O'Neil with Dairy Princess Susanne Bradford: MEO greeting Dairy Princess during a luncheon commemorating June is National Dairy Month; yellow sheet enclosed with caption of photo; removal sheet enclosed, June 1966.
Extent: 6.0 1/2"x 8 1/2"
XII.1MEO-PF-19Eugenia Price: photograph of author Eugenia Price, speaker at a Washington D.C. prayer breakfast attended by Mrs. O'Neil; on back in blue ink "Author of the Beloved Invader Eugenia Price" in pencil "Credit: Rasch - Sh. Simons" removal sheet enclosed, undated.
Extent: 5"x 7"
XII.1MEO-PF-20Maston O'Neal's visit to Moody Air Force Base: a series of photographs of MEO's visit to Moody Air Force Base (GA); left to right: O'Neal's arrival - with Col. Nathan J. Adams; sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph; removal sheet enclosed, October 1966.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-20: O'Neal disembarking from plane - with Col. Adams and Col. John O. Hall; sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph; same removal sheet, October 1966.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-20: O'Neal Col. Hall, Lt. Col. David Crenshaw, Lt. Col. Asa Adair; sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph; same removal sheet, October 1966.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-20: O'Neal Capt. William Nicholas and Col. Adams; sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph; same removal sheet, October 1966.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-20: O'Neal Capt. Nicholas and Col. Adams; sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph; same removal sheet, October 1966.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-20: O'Neal Lt. Col. Adair, James Croxson, and Capt. Nicholas; sheet enclosed with a description of the photograph; same removal sheet, October 1966.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-21Lockheed Aircraft Corporation: photo sheet is biserted into 2 images, one of a navigator at work and one of a plane; descriptive caption is taped to the photograph which was released 4/9/1970; removal sheet enclosed, undated.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-21: photo of a plane on a snow covered runway; descriptive caption is taped to the photograph which was released 4/9/1970; same removal sheet, undated.
Extent: 8"x 10"
XII.1MEO-PF-22MEO and Peanut Princess at U.S. Capitol: photograph of MEO welcoming Peanut Princess Terry Norris and other Georgians to the U.S. Capitol; 2 captions that describe the photo; one description has on the front in blue ink top right,"Gen - Press Release July 1970" bottom right, "Sent to all district newspapers 3/12/70" removal sheet enclosed, 1970.
Extent: 8"x 10"