Maxine S. Goldstein PapersMaxine S. Goldstein Papers

Maxine S. Goldstein Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Maxine S. Goldstein Papers
Creator: Goldstein, Maxine S., 1926-
Dates: 1968-2010
Extent: 64.0 boxes
Collection Number: RBRL/158/MSG
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The collection consists of the political and personal papers of Maxine S. Goldstein from 1968 to 2010. It includes political files containing correspondence, clippings, publications, meeting minutes, agendas, and memorabilia relating to national and Georgia Democratic party organizations and events including the Democratic National Conventions, Democratic National Committee, Association of State Democratic Chairs, State Executive Committee, Select Committee on Women’s Issues, and the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women. Appointive position files reflect Goldstein's activities in state and regional public service positions including the Georgia State Commission on Indian Affairs. Community activities files containing correspondence, clippings, awards, and yearbooks document Goldstein's involvement in social organizations such as the Garden Club of Georgia and the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs. Personal files contain information on the Shapiro and Goldstein families as well as Jewish organizations.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Maxine Shapiro Goldstein was born in Augusta, Georgia on August 25, 1926. She attended Junior College of Augusta in 1945 and the University of Georgia in 1946. She married Jacob Louis Goldstein in 1947 with whom she had two children, Marcia and Harriet.

Goldstein has been an active volunteer in the Democratic Party since the 1960s. She has held positions on both the state and national level, serving on the Executive Committee of the National Democratic Committee from 1984 to 1990. She has been a delegate at every national convention between 1976 and 2008, where she has become famous for her outlandish hats. Her hats have been donated to the Smithsonian Institute, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, and Richard B. Russell Library. Also, she served as a presidential elector in 1980 and has attended several National Democratic Party Conferences.

The Democratic Party of Georgia elected Goldstein vice-chair in 1982, a position she held until 1990. She has shown a continuing interest in women’s issues, both state and national. She was a member of the Georgia Status of Women Commission from 1962 to 1970. Also, she served as director of the 8th district of the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women (1976-1978) and elected president in 1980. While serving as acting chair of the state party, she formed the Select Committee on Women’s Issues, which brought its influence to bear on state legislation affecting women’s rights.

Goldstein has held varied appointive positions of a civic nature, both state and regional. Among these, she was secretary of the Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs, Fair Employment Practices Commission, Governor’s Human Relations Commission, and served on the Georgia Holocaust Commission.

Goldstein has been leader in many community activities, serving as co-founder and president of the Milledgeville Woman’s Club, Milledgeville Civic Woman’s Club, Milledgeville Little Theatre, and Milledgeville Hadassah. She has been heavily involved in the Garden Club of Georgia and the Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs. She served as chair of the Oconee Regional Development Commission and was a member of the Mayor’s Commission on Downtown Revitalization.

In 1983, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution cited Goldstein as one of Georgia’s influential women and she was honored by the City of Milledgeville as an outstanding citizen in 1985. That year she was also honored by the Georgia Senate. In 1987, Goldstein was honored as a woman of power by the National Council of Jewish Women and she received the Carl Vinson Award for Outstanding Women of the 8th Congressional District for the Democratic Party.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of the political and personal papers of Maxine S. Goldstein from 1968 to 2010. It includes political files containing correspondence, clippings, publications, meeting minutes, agendas, and memorabilia relating to national and Georgia Democratic party organizations and events including the Democratic National Conventions, Democratic National Committee, Association of State Democratic Chairs, State Executive Committee, Select Committee on Women’s Issues, and the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women. Appointive position files reflect Goldstein's activities in state and regional public service positions including the Georgia State Commission on Indian Affairs. Community activities files containing correspondence, clippings, awards, and yearbooks document Goldstein's involvement in social organizations such as the Garden Club of Georgia and the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs. Personal files contain information on the Shapiro and Goldstein families as well as Jewish organizations.

The artifacts are noteworthy, most outstanding being the donkey-topped hat Mrs. Goldstein wore at the 1984 National Democratic Convention. It is complete with batteries for activating the donkey. Oversized items include a place card on a carrying stick: “Maxine Goldstein for Vice-Chair.” Posters and bumper stickers, for both state and national candidates, are also included among the artifacts.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is arranged into six series: I. Political, II. Appointive positions, III. Community activities, IV. Personal, V. Photographs, VI. Artifacts, and VII. Audiovisual Materials (see separate finding aid).


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Preferred Citation

Maxine S. Goldstein Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Note

Photographs have been removed for preservation. Artifacts have been separated and reside in the Memorabilia series. A 5” reel-to-reel tape, “Jordan for Senate” and two videos have been transferred to the Russell media unit.

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.


Related Materials

Access Points

Democratic National Convention (1980 : New York, N.Y.)
Democratic National Convention (1984 : San Francisco, Calif.)
Democratic National Convention (1988 : Atlanta, Ga.)
Democratic Party (Ga.)
Garden Club of Georgia.
Gardening--Georgia--Societies, etc.
Georgia Federation of Democratic Women.
Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs.
Georgia--Politics and government--1951-
Georgia. State Commission on Indian Affairs.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945).
Jews--Georgia--Societies, etc.
Political campaigns--United States--Georgia.
Presidents--United States--Election--1980.
Presidents--United States--Election--1984.
Presidents--United States--Election--1988.
Regional planning--Georgia.
Women--Georgia--Societies and clubs.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. Political

Extent: 13.0 boxes
Extent: (10 linear feet)



A. National Democratic Party

Extent: 8.0 boxes
Extent: (7 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This subseries is organized into five sections: General; National Democratic Committee; National Democratic Conventions; Association of State Democratic Chairs; and Democratic Policy Committee. There is some overlap between sections and between national and state Democratic Party files. The files include correspondence, committee meetings minutes and agendas, reports, clippings, and publications. Topics include the role of women in the Democratic Party, party platform, delegate selection, party conferences, and national conventions. Maxine Goldstein's participation on the committee for site selection of the 1988 convention produced papers from prospective presidential candidates and from cities wishing to host the convention.
1. General, 1976-1992
Extent: 9.0 folders
BoxFolder
I.11Correspondence [includes Herman Talmadge, Sam Nunn, Carl Sanders, Lester Maddox, Ellis Arnall, Joe Biden, Culver Kidd, etc. and delegation candidate material], 1976-1988
I.12Women’s concerns [Women’s Equality Day, U.N. Mid-decade Conference for Women, women in business, female presidential appointments], 1980
I.13Women’s concerns [Women’s event National Democratic Convention; Potential Women Candidates; National Directory of Women Elected Officials; Women’s National Democratic Club; White House News on Women; Guide to Women’s Resources; Record of President Carter on Women’s Issues] [oversize removed], 1980-1987
I.14Democratic Leadership Council, 1986-1987
I.15Democratic Fact Book: Democrats for the 80s, 1986
I.16Background information for talk [clippings and publications related to presidential candidates, Citizens and national service publication], 1988
I.17Democratic Party [correspondence, Party Lines, Democratic Leadership Council Newsbrief], 1990
I.18Toward a Democrat Economics, 1990
I.19Party Lines: talking points from the Democratic Party, 1992 September
2. Democratic National Committee, 1980-2000
Extent: 54.0 folders
BoxFolder
I.110Democratic Party Platform Committee [correspondence, clippings, roster of members, agendas], 1980
I.111Democratic Party Platform Committee [correspondence, testimonies, speeches, clippings], 1980
I.112Democratic Party Platform Committee [correspondence, drafts, proposed platform changes, testimony], 1980
I.113Democratic National Party Conference, Philadelphia [correspondence, schedules, agendas], 1982 June 25-27
I.114Democratic National Party Conference, Philadelphia [program, publications, John Glenn campaign material], 1982 June 25-27
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I.21Democratic National Party Conference, Philadelphia [participant package], 1982 June 25-27
I.22Women’s Division [History of Democratic Women’s Move to Leadership, Women Candidates, Women and the Democratic Party policy statement], 1982
I.23Democratic National Committee meeting, Detroit [memoranda, schedules, reports], 1983 July 13-15
I.24Correspondence [Democratic National Committee and includes letters from Sam Nunn, Joe Frank Harris, Walter Mondale, Ernest Hollings, J. Roy Rowland, Alan Diamonstein, etc.], 1983-1986
I.25[Correspondence; Democratic State of Mind; Time, Full Participation, Fair Reflection, Party Leaders; Presidential Candidates Information Project (National Women’s Political Caucus); Charter and by-laws of the Democratic Party; Peace, Democracy, and Development in Central America: A Democratic Alternative], 1985, 1986
I.26Democratic National Committee Executive Committee meeting [reports, memoranda, notes, minutes], 1986 November 22
I.27Democratic National Committee [Delegate selection rules; Summary of the Report of the Fairness Commission of the DNC; Foreign Aid to Central America; 99th Congress Democratic Accomplishments; New Choices in a Changing America; Opportunity for Every American], 1986, 1989
I.28Democratic National Committee correspondence [minutes, schedules, reports], 1987
I.29Voting for America: report on the task force on voting rights and voter participation to the Democratic National Committee, 1987
I.210Democratic National Committee [correspondence and member lists], 1988-2000
I.211[Voter registration and public agencies; correspondence; clippings; Democratic News; Black Caucus Report; Perspectives on the Reagan Presidency], 1988
I.212Correspondence [includes Democratic National Committee Executive Committee, Democratic News, Women’s Peace Platform], 1988
I.213National Political Women’s Caucus, 1988
I.214Democratic National Committee Executive Committee [agendas, committee campaign correspondence], 1988
I.215Network Notebook of the Voter Participation Program, 1988
I.216Party Elite Study, 1988
I.217Democratic National Committee [correspondence], 1988-1989
I.218[Democratic Presidential Contender correspondence], 1988
I.219Presidential campaign [correspondence, reports, publications], 1988
BoxFolder
I.31Presidential campaign - candidates for Democratic nomination, 1988
I.32Democratic National Committee Executive Committee meeting, Atlanta [agenda, reports, minutes, clippings], 1988 January 16
I.33Democratic National Committee meeting [agenda, minutes, reports], 1989 September 26-28
I.34Democratic National Committee Women’s Caucus meeting, 1989 September
I.35Democratic National Committee Women’s Caucus, 1989
I.36Democratic National Committee Women’s Caucus, 1989
I.37Democratic National Committee Women’s Caucus election, 1989
I.38Democratic National Committee Women’s Caucus election for chair, 1989
I.39Young Democrats of Washington, 1989
I.310Democratic National Committee Executive Committee meetings [correspondence, memoranda, agendas, clippings], 1989
I.311Census and Reapportionment Workshop, 1989 September 27
I.312Letters for vote, Washington, D.C. meeting [campaign letters for candidates to the Democratic National Committee], 1989
I.313Letters for vote, Washington, D.C. meeting [campaign letters for candidates to the Democratic National Committee], 1989
I.314Democratic National Committee [correspondence and clippings], 1989
I.315Democratic National Committee [Ron Brown’s speech before the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Democratic Issues Update regarding the Middle East, Ron Brown on Jewish New Year and Jewish relations], 1989
I.316Democratic National Committee [clippings and correspondence regarding Southern State Caucus, Ron Brown, Site Selection Committee, legislation prohibiting the destruction of the American flag, etc.], 1989
I.317Democratic National Committee [meeting minutes, Party Lines, Credentials Committee, clippings], 1989 October-December
I.318Democratic National Committee, Southern Region clippings, 1990
I.319Democratic National Committee, Women’s Caucus, 1990
I.320Democratic National Committee [correspondence, clippings, publications], 1990
I.321Democratic National Committee [correspondence, minutes, Party Line], 1990
I.322Democratic National Committee [clippings, Party Lines, reports, Site Selection Committee], 1990
I.323Democratic National Committee [correspondence, memoranda, meeting agendas], 1990
I.324Democratic National Committee rules and bylaws committee, 1990
I.325Democratic National Committee meeting, 1990 September
I.326Democratic National Committee [memoranda, calendar of events, policy talking points], 1993
I.327Presidential Commemorative Print of Dan Kessler’s painting of the White House presented to Maxine Goldstein, 1996
I.328Democratic National Committee Women’s Leadership Forum, 1997-1998
I.329Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, 1998
I.330Gore/Lieberman Democratic Rally, Democratic National Committee correspondence and publications, 2000
3. Democratic National Conventions, 1980-2004
Extent: 47.0 folders
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I.331Democratic National Convention, New York City, 1980 August 11-14
I.332Democratic National Convention, New York City, convention packet, 1980 August 11-14
BoxFolder
I.41Democratic National Convention, New York City [Democratic Women, Women’s Division, Women’s Equity Action League, National Federation of Democratic Women], 1980 August 11-14
I.42Democratic National Convention, New York City [publications, announcements, clippings], 1980 August 11-14
I.43Democratic National Convention, New York City [clippings], 1980 August 11-14
I.44Arrangements Committee Meeting, San Francisco, 1983 October 19
I.45Arrangements Committee Meeting, San Francisco, 1984 May
I.46Convention and delegate election activities, San Francisco, 1984
I.47Convention, Report of the Platform Committee, San Francisco, 1984
I.48Convention materials, San Francisco [official program and guide, Center for National Policy issue guides, clippings], 1984
I.49Convention, Walter Mondale- Geraldine Ferraro presidential campaign, 1984
I.410Convention, San Francisco [clippings], 1984
I.411Site Selection Committee meeting, 1986 July
I.412Site Selection Committee, Look at Atlanta Now, proposal, 1986
I.413Site Selection Committee, Look at Atlanta Now, proposal, 1986
I.414Site Selection Committee, cities considered, 1986
I.415Site Selection Committee, correspondence and agenda, 1986-1987
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I.51Site Selection Committee, New York proposal, 1986-1988
I.52Site Selection Committee, Houston proposal, 1986-1988
I.53Site Selection Committee, New York proposal, 1988
I.54Site Selection Committee, New Orleans proposal, 1987-1988
I.55National Democratic Convention delegate selection, 1988
I.56Site Selection Committee, Atlanta chosen, 1988
I.57Site Selection Committee [clippings], 1988
I.58Rules, Credentials, and Platform Committees Reports; Temporary Roll of Delegates; and Final Call, Atlanta, 1988
I.59Committee on Rules, Atlanta, 1988
I.510Democratic National Committee meeting at the Convention, Atlanta, 1988
I.511Convention Preparations, Atlanta, 1988
I.512Democratic National Convention book, Atlanta (2 copies), 1988
I.513Democratic National Convention [clippings], 1988
I.514Democratic National Convention social activities, 1988
I.515Diary and Speeches about Convention, 1988
I.516Georgia delegate selection plan, 1992
I.517Delegate election, 1992
I.518Democratic National Convention [clippings, Guide to the Presidential nominating process, delegate selection rules], 1992
I.519Democratic National Convention [events, campaign information], 1992
BoxFolder
I.61Democratic National Convention [program, advertisements, notes, platform information] (folder 1 of 2), 1992
I.62Democratic National Convention [program, advertisements, notes, platform information] (folder 2 of 2), 1992
I.63Democratic National Convention [schedule, media guide, publications], 1992
I.64Temporary Roll of Delegates and Alternates, 1992
I.65Official Proceedings, 1996
I.66Convention delegate campaign, 1996
I.67Democratic National Convention [clippings, correspondence], 1996
I.68Democratic National Convention [correspondence, delegate selection], 2000
I.69Democratic National Convention platform hearings, 2000
I.610Democratic National Convention reports of the Credentials, Rules, Platform Committees, 2004
I.610Kerry delegate campaign material, 2004
4. Association of State Democratic Chairs, 1979-1990
Extent: 13.0 folders
BoxFolder
I.611Association of State Democratic Chairs meetings [agendas, minutes, resolutions], 1979-1989
I.612Association of State Democratic Chairs trip to Taiwan, 1987
I.613Association of State Democratic Chairs trip to Taiwan, correspondence, 1987
I.614Association of State Democratic Chairs trip to Taiwan, correspondence with Chinese officials, 1987
I.615Association of State Democratic Chairs trip to Taiwan, 1987
BoxFolder
I.71Association of State Democratic Chairs trip to Taiwan, publications, 1987
I.72Association of State Democratic Chairs meeting, Phoenix, 1988
I.73Association of State Democratic Chairs at the Convention, 1988
I.74Association of State Democratic Chairs meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1989
I.75Association of State Democratic Chairs, 1989 March
I.76Association of State Democratic Chairs, 1989-1990
I.77Association of State Democratic Chairs, 1990
I.78Association of State Democratic Chairs, campaign finance reform, 1990
5. Democratic Policy Committee, 1986-1992
Extent: 6.0 folders
BoxFolder
I.79Democratic Policy Committee [Democratic Alternatives, Democratic Policy Commission conference packet], 1986
I.710Democratic Policy Committee Special Reports, 1986-1987
I.711Democratic Policy Committee Special Reports, 1990
I.712Democratic Policy Committee Special Reports, 1990-1991
I.713Democratic Policy Committee Special Reports, 1991-1992
I.714Democratic Policy Committee Special Reports, 1992
BoxFolder
I.121-12National Democratic Party [unsorted] [includes 2008 National Democratic Convention], 1986-2008



B. Democratic Party of Georgia

Extent: 4.0 boxes
Extent: (2.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: The Democratic Party of Georgia files are organized into five sections: General; State Executive Committee; State Democratic Convention; Select Committee on Women’s Issues; and Georgia Federation of Democratic Women. This subseries contains correspondence with the Georgia governer's office as well as information about state conventions and the activities of the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women in addition to a delegate selection plan for Georgia. The subseries also documents party celebrations and observances. It includes handwritten notes for speeches, presentations, and introductions, too.
1. General, 1968-2000
Extent: 45.0 folders
BoxFolder
I.81Invitations, awards, congratulations, 1968-1985
I.82Correspondence, 1975-1986
I.83Materials [Richard B. Russell Public Service Award; Jefferson-Jackson Dinner; platform; The Georgia Democrat], 1975-1987
I.84Clippings, 1978-1985
I.85Qualifications and disqualifications for holding state or county elective office in Georgia, 1979, 1981
I.86Equal Rights Amendment [ERA] - Georgia [correspondence, pamphlets, fliers, clippings], 1980-1982
I.87Handbook for Candidates for Elective Office in Georgia; Handbook for Georgia Election Officials in Paper Ballot, Vote Recorder, and Voting Machine Election Districts, 1981
I.88Materials [charter and bylaws], 1982
I.89Marge Thurman Memorial Committee (Heritage House), 1982, 1983
I.810Correspondence, 1982-1983
I.811Office of Governor Joe Frank Harris and State Government of Georgia, 1983-1989
I.812Georgia Democratic Women’s Vote Task Force, 1984
I.813Election statistics, 1984
I.814Correspondence, 1984
I.815Marge Thurman Memorial Committee, 1984-1986
I.816Marge Thurman Volunteer of the Year Award, 1984-1987
I.817Correspondence, 1985
I.818Roasting of the [Culver] Kidd, 1986 June 6
I.819Correspondence, 1986
I.820Elections, candidates, 1986, 1988
I.821Carter Presidential Center, 1986-1988
I.822Correspondence, 1987
I.8238th Congressional District, 1987-1988
I.824Correspondence, 1988
I.825Convention ’88 Georgia Delegates, 1988
BoxFolder
I.91Convention ’88 Governor’s Club, 1988
I.92Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1988
I.93Georgia Delegate Selection Plan, 1988
I.94Democratic Party of Georgia [County Committee Handbook; correspondence], 1988
I.95Marge Thurman Volunteer of the Year Award, 1988-1990
I.96Democratic Party of Georgia [Young Democrats of Georgia; Report to the State Democratic Organizations on the Dollars for Democrats Drive; financial information], 1989
I.97Joe Frank Harris Campaign Committee, 1989 March 28
I.98Sam Nunn Campaign Committee [Baldwin County Friends breakfast], 1989
I.99Democratic Party of Georgia County Committee Handbook, 1989-1990
I.910Audley Tucker Pictorial History of the Democratic Party of Georgia Committee, 1990
I.911Democratic Party of Georgia [Committee meeting and Jefferson Jackson Dinner], 1990
I.912The Governor’s Club, 1991
I.913Democratic Party of Georgia [Arrangements committee; delegate selection plan; correspondence], 1992
I.914Democratic Party of Georgia [meeting agenda; bylaws and rules; Governor’s Club], 1993
I.915Democratic Party of Georgia [Delegate selection and affirmative action plan; Young Democrats of Georgia], 1995
I.916Democratic Party of Georgia [correspondence, Roy Barnes campaign], 1998-1999
I.917Georgia Association of Democratic County Chairs, 1998-1999
I.918Georgia’s Win List, 2000
I.919Georgia Senate Democratic Caucus, 2000
I.920Democratic Women’s Council, 2000
2. State Executive Committee, 1982-1990
Extent: 13.0 folders
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I.921State Executive Committee, rules committee, 1982
I.922State Executive Committee, personnel committee, 1983
I.923State Executive Committee, personnel committee, 1983-1985
I.924State Executive Committee, budget committee, 1987-1988
I.925State Executive Committee, financial statements, 1988 August-December
I.926State Executive Committee, meetings, 1988-1989
I.927State Executive Committee, budget committee, 1989
I.928State Executive Committee, financial statements, 1989 January-February
I.929Minutes of State and Executive Committees, 1989 February 18
I.930State Executive Committee, financial statements and balance sheet, 1989 September30
I.931State Executive Committee, budget committee, 1990
I.932State Executive Committee, 1990
I.933State Executive Committee meeting, 1990
3. State Conventions, 1982-1998
Extent: 4.0 folders
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I.934State Convention program, 1982
I.935State Convention [correspondence, program, campaign for vice-chair, speech], 1986 September
I.936State Convention, 1990
I.937State Convention [program, agenda], 1998
4. Select Committee on Women’s Issues, 1980-1990
Extent: 6.0 folders
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I.938Select Committee on Women’s Issues, 1980-1983
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I.101Select Committee on Women’s Issues subcommittee chair persons files, 1980-1989
I.102Select Committee on Women’s Issues, 1984-1986
I.103Select Committee on Women’s Issues, 1987-1988
I.104Select Committee on Women’s Issues, 1988
I.105Select Committee on Women’s Issues, 1990
5. Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1975-1998
Extent: 13.0 folders
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I.106Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, correspondence, 1975-1979
I.107Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, correspondence, 1980
I.108Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, correspondence, 1981
I.109Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, Marge Thurman luncheon, 1981
I.1010Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, Rosalynn Carter Banquet, 1982
I.1011Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1982-1983, 1986-1987, 1989
I.1012Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1989 August-September
I.1013Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1989-1990
I.1014Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1990
I.1015Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, Feminist Women’s Health Center, 1991
I.1016Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1992
I.1017Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, 1998
I.1018Georgia Federation of Democratic Women handbook, undated
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I.131-9Democratic Party of Georgia [unsorted], 1986-2008



C. Campaigns

1. National Campaigns
BoxFolder
I.1019Presidential campaign - Bruce Babbitt, 1988
I.1020Presidential campaign - Joe Biden, 1988
I.1021Presidential campaign - Michael Dukakis, 1988
I.1022Presidential campaign, post-convention - Michael Dukakis, 1988
I.1023Presidential campaign, post-convention - Michael Dukakis, 1988
I.1024Presidential campaign, post-convention - Michael Dukakis, 1988
I.1025Presidential campaign - Michael Dukakis, 1988
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I.111Presidential campaign - Dick Gephardt, 1988
I.112Presidential campaign - Albert Gore, 1988
I.113Presidential campaign - Albert Gore, 1988, 2000
I.114Presidential campaign - Gary Hart, 1988
I.115Presidential campaign - Jesse Jackson, 1988
I.116Presidential campaign - Paul Simon, 1988
I.117Presidential campaign - Paul Tsongas, 1992
I.118Presidential campaign - Bill Clinton, 1996
I.119Presidential campaign - Bill Bradley, 2000
I.1110Presidential campaign - George Bush, 2000
I.1111United States Senate - Max Cleland, 1998
I.1112United States Senate - Hilary Clinton, 1998, 2000
I.1113United States Senate - Michael Coles, 1998
I.1114United States Senate - Paul Coverdell, 1998
I.1115United States Congress - Richard Gephardt, 1998
I.1116United States Congress - Jim Marshall, 2000
I.1117United States Congress - Charlie Norwood
I.1118United States Congress - Georgia candidates, 1985, 2000
I.1119United States Congress - Out-of-State candidates, 1999
I.1120Attorney General - Thurbert Baker, 1998
I.1121New Mexico Attorney General - Patrick Apodaca, 1998
2. State Campaigns
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I.1122Georgia Gubernatorial - Roy Barnes, 1998-2000
I.1123Georgia Gubernatorial - Michael Bowers, 1998
I.1124Georgia Gubernatorial - Steve Langford
I.1125Georgia Gubernatorial - Lewis Massey, 1998
I.1126Georgia Gubernatorial - Zell Miller, 2000
I.1127Georgia Gubernatorial - Guy Millner, 1998
I.1128Georgia Gubernatorial - Mary Margaret Oliver, 1998
I.1129Georgia Gubernatorial - David Poythress, 1998
I.1130Georgia Lieutenant Governor - Clint Day, 1998
I.1131Georgia Lieutenant Governor - Pierre Howard, 1998
I.1132Georgia Secretary of State - Cathy Cox, 1998
I.1133Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture - Tommy Irvin, 1998, 2000
I.1134Georgia Public Service Commissioner - Jim Boyd, 2002
I.1135Georgia Public Service Commissioner - Jim Kulstad, 1998
I.1136Georgia State Senate, 1998
I.1137Georgia State Representatives, 1998-2000
I.1138Supreme Court of Georgia - Leah Sears, 1998
I.1139Georgia Local Candidates, 2000
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I.1310-14Campaigns [unsorted] [includes state and national campaigns: Barak Obama, Bill Clinton, Edward Kennedy, Newt Gingrich, Max Cleland, Tommy Irvin, Roy Barnes, Charles Norwood, ect.]
 

II. Appointive Positions

Extent: 7.0 boxes
Extent: (5.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series documents a number of appointive public service positions Goldstein has held on both regional and state levels from 1977 to 2000. The series contains papers from the Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs, the Cooperative Services for the Disabled, the Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board, Oconee Regional Development Center, the Human Relations Commission, and the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust.



A. Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs

Extent: 5 folders
Scope and Contents note: These files contain correspondence, committee meetings minutes, and by-laws for the Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs. This subseries also contains national and regional clippings from 1973 to1977, as well as materials relating to the 1979 National Urban Indian Council Convention.
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II.11Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs Correspondence, 1977-1979
II.12Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs Bylaws, Minutes, 1977-1979
II.13Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs National Urban Indian Council Convention, 1979 May
II.14Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs Material (Georgia), 1976-1979
II.15Georgia State Commission of Indian Affairs Material (National), 1973-1979



B. Cooperative Services for the Disabled

Extent: 1 folder
Scope and Contents note: This file contains the policies and by-laws of the Georgia Cooperative Services for the Disabled. The folder also includes Goldstein’s letters of invitation and resignation.
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II.16Cooperative Services for the Disabled, 1980, 1986



C. Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board

Extent: 8 folders
Scope and Contents note: These files contain correspondence, committee meetings minutes and agendas, memoranda, and reports relating to the activities of the Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board from 1980 to 1992. Other materials include the rules of the Commission on Equal Opportunity, the proposed amendments to the Georgia Fair Employment Practices Act, and a certificate of appreciation awarded to Goldstein in 1990.
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II.17Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board, 1980-1982, 1988
II.18Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board, 1987 June-November
II.19Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board Annual Reports, Rules of Office of Fair Employment Practices, Minutes, Agendas, 1988-1990
II.110Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board Minutes, H.B. Number 1202, 1989-1990
II.111Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Certificate of Appreciation, 1990-1991
II.112Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, 1991-1992
II.113Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board on Equal Opportunity, Retreat and Continuing Education Seminars, Americans with Disabilities Act, Proposed Amendments to the Georgia Fair Employment Practices Act, 1991-1992
II.114Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, 1992
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II.71Fair Employment Practices Advisory Board



D. Oconee Regional Development Center

Extent: 80 folders
Scope and Contents note: These files contain materials relating to the activities of the Oconee Regional Development Center from 1985 to 1996 and include the activities of the Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission and the Middle Georgia Regional Development Center. The files include committee meeting minutes and agendas, resolutions, memoranda, correspondence, budgets and expenditures, and staff activity reports.
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II.115Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1985-1988
II.116Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission Organizational-wide Audit, 1987-1988
II.117Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1988 October
II.118Oconee Regional Development Center Georgia Department of Community Affairs brochures, Rules for Setting Up a Volunteer Program, Downtown Development Revolving Loan Fund application information, 1988
II.119Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1988-1989
II.120Oconee Regional Development Center Federal Register Volume 54, Number 13, 1989 January 23
II.121Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1989 January
II.122Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1989 February
II.123Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission Board of Directors Meeting, 1989 February 28
II.124Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission Board of Directors Meeting, 1989 March 28
II.125Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1989 April
II.126Oconee Area Planning and Development Commission, 1989 May
II.127Oconee Regional Development Center, 1989 August-September
II.128Oconee Regional Development Center New and Views, Fall 1989, 1989
II.129Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Staff Activity Report, Boundaries Decision Group Schedule, 1989 September-October
II.130Oconee Regional Development Center Identification of Developments of Regional Impact, 1989 October 6
II.131Oconee Regional Development Center, 1989 October 12
II.132Oconee Regional Development Center, 1989 November 16
II.133Oconee Regional Development Center, 1989 November 17
II.134Oconee Regional Development Center, 1989 December 8
II.135Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Expenditures, Annual Work Program, Research Project Proposal, Clipping from The Union-Recorder, October 10, 1989, 1989
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II.21Oconee Regional Development Center Intercultural Relations, 1989
II.22Oconee Regional Development Center Promoting an Intercultural Society: The Georgia Model, 1989
II.23Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Mid-South Georgia Surface and Air Transportation Association, Inc., 1989-1990
II.24Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Staff Activity Report, Bylaws of Georgia Association of Regional Development Centers, 1990 January
II.25Oconee Regional Development Center Agendas, Staff Activity Report, Resolutions, Cash Disbursements, 1990 January-February
II.26Oconee Regional Development Center Staff Activity Report, Memoranda, Agendas, Corrected version of Bylaws of Georgia Association of Regional Development Centers, 1990 February
II.27Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Staff Activity Report, Agendas, University of Georgia Memorandum of Agreement, 1990 March-May
II.28Oconee Regional Development Center Memorandum, Bylaws of the Georgia Association of Regional Development Centers, 1990 April
II.29Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Request for Review of Project, 1990 April
II.210Oconee Regional Development Center Bylaws of Oconee Area Development Corporation, Memoranda, Agendas, 1990 April
II.211Oconee Regional Development Center Agendas, Staff Activity Report, Cash Disbursements, 1990 April-May
II.212Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Resolutions, Staff Activity Report, Expenditures and Cash Disbursements, 1990 May-June
II.213Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Resolutions, Cash Disbursements, 1990 June-July
II.214Oconee Regional Development Center Agenda, Staff Activity Report, 1990 August-September
II.215Oconee Regional Development Center Annual Financial Report, 1990 September
II.216Oconee Regional Development Center Agendas, Resolutions, Staff Activity Report, Cash Disbursements, 1990 December
II.217Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas for Georgia Association of Regional Development Centers, 1990
II.218Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Staff Activity Report, 1990
II.219Oconee Regional Development Center Agendas, Staff Activity Report, Department of Transportation Rural Technical Assistance Program Objectives, 1990
II.220Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Staff Activity Report, Regional Framework Planning, 1990
II.221Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Candidate information for Georgia Association of Regional Development Centers, Personnel Policy, Staff Activity Reports, 1990
II.222Oconee Regional Development Center First Intercultural Meeting, 1990
II.223Oconee Regional Development Center Organizing and Presenting Cultural Awareness Programs in Public Schools: A Resource Guide, 1990
II.224Oconee Regional Development Center Agendas, Expenditures, Cash Disbursements, Staff Activity Report, Performance Audit, 1990-1991
II.225Oconee Regional Development Center Film Commission Bylaws, Memoranda, Location Information, 1990-1991
II.226Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, Staff Activity Reports, Interim Report and Recommendations, Intergovernmental contract for Mid-South Study Project, Clippings from The Union-Recorder, 1991 January-March
II.227Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agenda, Travel Regulations, Staff Activity Report, 1991 February-March
II.228Oconee Regional Development Center Annual Financial Report, 1991 June 30
II.229Oconee Regional Development Center Agenda, Staff Activity Report, Memorandum, 1991 June-July
II.230Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Correspondence, Baldwin County Application for Federal Assistance, 1991 August-October
II.231Oconee Regional Development Center Minutes, Memoranda, Applications for Executive Director position, Expenditures, 1991 September-October
II.232Oconee Regional Development Center Agenda, Staff Activity Report Baldwin County Contract of Services, Oconee Regional Development Center Goals and Objectives, 1991 October 17
II.233Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Correspondence, Staff Activity Reports, 1991 September-November
II.234Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agenda, Service Delivery Area 8 Report to the Governor, 1991 December
II.235Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Staff Activity Report, Amendment to Money Purchase Pension Savings Plan and Trust, Expenditures, Georgia Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Act Legislation Summary, 1991
II.236Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Loan Application, Franchise Contract, Expenditures, 1991
II.237Oconee Regional Development Center Agendas, Staff Activity Reports, Cash Disbursements, Application for Federal Assistance, 1991-1992
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II.31Oconee Regional Development Center Memorandum, Personnel Policies, Performance Audit, 1992 January
II.32Oconee Regional Development Center Agenda, Policy of Non-Discrimination on the basis of Disability, Procurement Procedures, 1992 November-December
II.33Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Revised Budget, Resolutions, Solid Waste Study, 1992
II.34Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, 1993 May
II.35Oconee Regional Development Center Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Audit Report, 1993 June
II.36Oconee Regional Development Center FY1993 Oconee Regional Development Center Work Program, 1993
II.37Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Agendas, Memoranda, Budget Amendments, 1993
II.38Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Activities Updates, 1993
II.39Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Memoranda, Amendments to Bylaws, 1993
II.310Oconee Regional Development Center Milledgeville / Baldwin County Film Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Photograph of Interior Ballroom of Old Governors Mansion, Georgia: The Total Picture, 1991-1993
II.311Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Memoranda, Activities Updates, 1994
II.312Oconee Regional Development Center Memorandum, Georgia Aviation Study Working Paper Number 4, 1994
II.313Oconee Regional Development Center Memoranda, Economic Impact Study for General Aviation Airports in Georgia, 1994
II.314Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, 1995 June
II.315Oconee Regional Development Center Memorandum, Comparison of State Aviation Funding Programs, 1995 June-July
II.316Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Staff Activities Updates, 1995
II.317Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Memoranda, Activities Updates, Agendas, Fiscal Year 1995 Budget Amendment, 1995
II.318Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Office Policy and Procedure Manual, Personnel Policies, 1995
II.319Oconee Regional Development Center Georgia Statewide Aviation System Plan, Phase I and II, 1995
II.320Oconee Regional Development Center Georgia Statewide Aviation System Plan Draft of Technical Report, Memorandum, 1995
II.321Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Agenda, Fiscal Year 1996 Budget, 1996 January
II.322Middle Georgia Regional Development Center Memorandum, Agenda, Activities Update, 1996 January-February



E. Human Relations Commission

Extent: 77 folders
Scope and Contents note: These files contain memoranda, correspondence, committee meetings minutes and agendas, and reports relating to the activities of the Human Relations Commission from 1984 to 1996. The files contain publications and information on many programs promoted by the Human Relations Commission including Promoting an Intercultural Society: The Georgia Model, Hatred in Georgia 1989-1990, the Task Force on Violence Prevention, and the Task Force on American Indian Concerns.
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II.323Human Relations Commission Arrowhead Report, 1984
II.324Human Relations Commission Report of the Cumming / Forsyth County Biracial Committee, 1987 December 22
II.325Human Relations Commission, 1987-1988
II.326Human Relations Commission, 1988 January-March
II.327Human Relations Commission Proposed Agenda, 1988 February 29
II.328Human Relations Commission, 1988 February
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II.41Human Relations Commission, 1988 March
II.42Human Relations Commission, 1988 March
II.43Human Relations Commission, 1988 April
II.44Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Monthly Report, 1988 May
II.45Human Relations Commission, 1988 May-July
II.46Human Relations Commission Meeting, 1988 August 1
II.47Human Relations Commission, 1988 August 18
II.48Human Relations Commission Monthly Report, 1988 September 1
II.49Human Relations Commission Justice Center of Atlanta Conflict Management Seminar Agenda, brochures, worksheets, 1988 October
II.410Human Relations Commission Sparta Meeting, 1988 October
II.411Human Relations Commission October 26 Meeting Information, 1988 November 7
II.412Human Relations Commission, 1988 November 7
II.413Human Relations Commission, 1988 November
II.414Human Relations Commission, 1988
II.415Human Relations Commission Annual Report to the Governor, 1988
II.416Human Relations Commission, 1988
II.417Human Relations Commission Sparta School, 1988
II.418Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Monthly Report, 1988 Annual Report to the Governor, 1989 January
II.419Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Monthly Reports, Minutes, Agendas, 1989 January-February
II.420Human Relations Commission, 1989 February
II.421Human Relations Commission Hancock County Assignment, 1989 March 2
II.422Human Relations Commission Memorandum, 1989 March 27
II.423Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Law Enforcement Committee Statement of Purpose, Organization and Function Chart, 1989 March-April
II.424Human Relations Commission Meeting Materials, 1989 May
II.425Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, Monthly Report, 1989 May
II.426Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Monthly Reports, 1989 May-June
II.427Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Agenda, Monthly Reports, Education Committee Statement, 1989 July
II.428Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Monthly Report, 1989 August
II.429Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Minutes, Agendas, Monthly Reports, 1989 October-November
II.430Memorandum, Monthly Reports, Master File, 1989 December
II.431Human Relations Commission Law Enforcement Committee, 1989
II.432Human Relations Commission Law Enforcement Committee, S.B. 122, 1989
II.433Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, 1989 Annual Report to the Governor, H.B 1596, 1990 January-February
II.434Human Relations Commission Memoranda, 1989 Annual Report, 1990 February
II.435Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Monthly Report, 1990 April
II.436Human Relations Commission Reports, 1990 April-May
II.437Human Relations Commission Meeting Materials, 1990 August 16
II.438Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, Hatred in Georgia 1989, Promoting an Intercultural Society: The Georgia Model,, 1990 October-November
II.439Human Relations Commission Proceedings of the Intercultural Conference, 1990 November
II.440Human Relations Commission Rules for the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, 1990
II.441Human Relations Commission Task Force on American Indian Concerns Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, H.B. Number 1940, 1990
II.442Human Relations Commission 1990 Annual Report to the Governor, 1991
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II.51Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Monthly Reports, Agendas, Annual Report to the Governor 1990, Report Concerning the State Flag of Georgia, 1991 January-February
II.52Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, 1991 March-April
II.53Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, 1991 May-June
II.54Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, Brochure on the African American Association of Georgia, 1991 July-August
II.55Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, 1991 October
II.56Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, Monthly Reports, 1991 December
II.57Human Relations Commission Neighbors Network publication Hatred in Georgia, 1990, Symbols of Hatred, 1991
II.58Human Relations Commission Task Force on American Indian Concerns Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, H.B. Number 457, 1991
II.59Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, Law Enforcement Committee Statement of Purpose, 1992 January-February
II.510Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, 1992 March
II.511Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, 1992 April-May
II.512Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Agendas, Monthly Reports, 1992 June
II.513Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Monthly Reports, 1992 July-August
II.514Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Agendas, Minutes, Fair Employment Practices Act Proposed Amendments for 1993, 1992 November
II.515Human Relations Commission 1991 Annual Report to the Governor, 1992
II.516Human Relations Commission Equal Opportunity Commission Agendas, Minutes, Memorandum, 1992-1993
II.517Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, Monthly Reports, H.B. Number 265, 1993
II.518Human Relations Commission American Jewish Committee 1991 Annual Report, Statement of the Current Urban Crisis, Politics & Bigotry, Hate on Talk Radio, 1991-1993
II.519Human Relations Commission 1993 Annual Report to the Governor, Memorandum, 1994 May 25
II.520Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Local Media Representative Responsibilities, Human Relations Commission Functions, 1994
II.521Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Reports from the Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills, 1994
II.522Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Monthly Reports, Minutes, Agendas, 1994
II.523Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Agenda, Administrator’s Report, 1995 April-May
II.524Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Agendas, Administrator’s Report, 1995 June-July
II.525Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Monthly Report, Task Force on Violence Prevention, 1995
II.526Human Relations Commission Study Guide on the Holocaust, 1995
II.527Human Relations Commission, 1995
II.528Human Relations Commission Memoranda, Minutes, Monthly Reports, 1996 January-February
II.529Human Relations Commission Memorandum, Cycle of Violence, Family-School Involvement Guidelines, 1996
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II.72Human Relations Commission



F. Georgia Commission on the Holocaust

Extent: 21 folders
Scope and Contents note: These files contain materials relating to the activities of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust from 1997 to 2000. The files contain committee meeting minutes and agendas, bylaws, and memoranda. This subseries also features materials on programs and events sponsored by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust including the Anne Frank in the World exhibit, How Their Hearts Must Have Trembled: Children and the Holocaust exhibit, the March of the Living, and the March of Remembrance and Hope project.
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II.530Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Anne Frank in the World Project / Exhibit, 1997
II.531Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Background Materials, 1997
II.532Georgia Commission on the Holocaust How Their Hearts Must Have Trembled: Children and the Holocaust Exhibition Co-Chair Files, I of II, 1997
II.533Georgia Commission on the Holocaust How Their Hearts Must Have Trembled: Children and the Holocaust Exhibition Co-Chair Files, II of II, 1997
II.534Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Proclamations, Certificates, 1998-2000
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II.61Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Press Coverage, 1996-1999
II.62Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Committee Membership Lists, 1999 September
II.63Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Examination of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, 1999 November
II.64Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Teacher Training Conference for Georgia Educators, 1999
II.65Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Gay Rights Issues, 1999
II.66Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Memoranda, 1999
II.67Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Minutes, Agendas, 1999
II.68Georgia Commission on the Holocaust March for the Living, 1999
II.69Georgia Commission on the Holocaust 1993-1999 Summary Report of Accomplishments of the Commission, 1999
II.610Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Publications, 1999
II.611Georgia Commission on the Holocaust H.B. 1664 A Bill to create the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, 1999
II.612Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Sponsored Programs and Events, 1999-2000
II.613Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Update Newsletter, 2000
II.614Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Agenda, Bylaws, 2000
II.615Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Speeches, 2000
II.616Georgia Commission on the Holocaust March of Remembrance and Hope Project, 2000
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II.73-9Georgia Commission on the Holocaust



G. Commission on Equal Opportunity

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II.710Commission on Equal Opportunity
 

III. Community Activities

Extent: 9.0 boxes
Extent: (4 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series documents Goldstein's involvement in the Garden Club of Georgia, Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs, Anti-Defamation League, a number of local and national charities, Georgia Military College board of trustees, and activities in Milledgeville and Baldwin County. The Garden Club of Georgia files make up the majority of this series and include correspondence, flower show rules and scores, board of director reports and budgets, and clippings.



A. Garden Club of Georgia

BoxFolder
III. 11Flower show judging, scores, correspondence, clippings, 1966-1969
III. 12Flower shows and symposiums [folder 1 of 2], clippings, correspondence, rules, 1966, 1986-1989
III. 13Flower shows and symposiums [folder 2 of 2], guidelines, correspondence, info papers, 1990-1991, 1993-1995, 1997-2000
III. 14Wildlife Tag, correspondence, clippings, 1966, 1995-1996
III. 15Flower Show School Symposium and Garden Therapy, judges scores, correspondence, clippings, 1970-1981
III. 16Radio and TV Chairman, correspondence, certificate, 1983-1985
III. 17Life Memberships, notes, correspondence, brochures, 1984-1987, 1995
III. 18Environmental Education Chair, clippings, correspondence, forms, 1984, 1986-1989
III. 19Carter Center Constitution Tree Planting Ceremony, invitation, correspondence, 1986-1987
III. 110State Conventions, programs, 1986-1988
III. 111LeConte- Woodmanston Auction, 1987
III. 112“Students and the Environment: Environmental Education Workshop,” clippings, correspondence, notes, 1987-1989
III. 113Environmental Awareness, correspondence, notes, reports, 1987-1988, 1990-1995
III. 114Callaway Gardens, correspondence, info sheets, 1987-1988, 1998-1999
III. 115State Botanical Garden of Georgia, correspondence, newsletter, 1987, 1998-2000, 2005
III. 116Legislative Chair, correspondence, notes, 1987-1996, 1999-2000, 2003
III. 117Executive/Financial Committee, recommendations, reports, 1987-1997, 1999
III. 118Annual Budgets [folder 1 of 2], reports, 1987-1992
III. 119Annual Budgets [folder 2 of 2], reports, 1993-2000
III. 120Board of Directors Meetings [folder 1 of 2], reports, 1987-1991
III. 121Board of Directors Meetings [folder 2 of 2], reports, 1992-1996, 1998, 2000
III. 122Board of Directors [folder 1 of 2], briefs, correspondence, 1985-1987, 1990-1995
III. 123Board of Directors [folder 2 of 2], bylaws, forms, correspondence, 1997-2000, 2003-2005
III. 124People and Their Environment, correspondence, 1988
III. 1254-H Workshop, info and forms, 1988
III. 126Groundwater Protection, conference, clippings, brochures, correspondence, 1988
III. 127Endowment and Interest Fund, reports, 1988, 1990-1994, 1997-1998
III. 128“Garden of Wonder” [folder 1 of 3], correspondence, maps, info packets, 1988-1989
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III. 21“Garden of Wonder” [folder 2 of 3], correspondence, info sheets, 1989-1990
III. 22“Garden of Wonder” [folder 3 of 3], correspondence, info sheets, brochures, 1990
III. 23Oleander Blooms/Newsletters, correspondence, newsletters, invitations, 1989
III. 24Garden Therapy, invitation, correspondence, and officer list, 1989, 1999
III. 25The Azalea Trumpet, newsletters, 1989-1991
III. 26Middle Georgia Council of Flower Show Judges, correspondence, minutes, 1989-1991
III. 27UGA State of the University Address, speech, 1989
III. 28“Seasons of Tapestry” Convention, correspondence, newsletter, and schedule, 1990
III. 29“Garden Earth,” correspondence, presentation packet, 1991
III. 210Georgia National Fair, recommendation, correspondence, forms, 1991-1992
III. 211Legislative Day [folder 1 of 3], correspondence, speaker info, 1991-1992
III. 212Legislative Day [folder 2 of 3], correspondence, speech, speaker info, 1992-1993
III. 213Legislative Day [folder 3 of 3], invitations, correspondence, 1996-1997
III. 214Garden Club Awards Info, correspondence, forms, 1991-1995, 2003-2004
III. 215Azalea District Board, correspondence, agendas, budget, 1991-1995, 2003-2005
III. 216Save Our Scenery (S.O.S)/Roadside Beautification, correspondence, legislation info, 1992
III. 217Kaleidoscope Convention, correspondence, speaker info, 1992
III. 218Bylaw Amendments, bylaws, agenda, 1992-1993
III. 219Lobbying, forms, records, 1992, 1995-1997
III. 220Spectacular Spectrum Convention, report, program, 1993
III. 221Clean Air/Eco-Badge, correspondence, brochures, lesson guides, 1993-1994
III. 222Planning a Flower Show, guidelines, correspondence, 1993-1994
III. 223Environmental Awareness Workshops, correspondence, program outlines, report, 1993-1995
III. 224Environmental Incentives, meeting info, correspondence, financial records, 1993-1994
III. 225Coastal Treasures State Convention, budget and schedules, 1993-1995
III. 226PETALS, correspondence, invitations, forms, 1993-1995, 1997-1999
III. 227District Officers, contact lists, correspondence, 1994-1995
III. 228“I Believe in Trees” Campaign [folder 1 of 3], correspondence, reports, clippings, 1994-1995
III. 229“I Believe in Trees” Campaign [folder 2 of 3], correspondence, forms, clippings, 1995-1996
III. 230“I Believe in Trees” Campaign [folder 3 of 3], correspondence, clippings, brochures, 1997-1999
III. 231Environmental Awareness [folder 1 of 2], correspondence, briefs, 1994-1996
III. 232Environmental Awareness [folder 2 of 2], correspondence, poems, forms, [1997-1999, undated]
III. 233Board Briefs, newsletters, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2004
III. 234River Reflections Convention and Building Authority, forms, correspondence, 1995-1996
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III. 31Old Capital Garden Club, constitution, hostess info, 1995, 1999-2000
III. 32Calendar/Scholarship Fund, financial reports, 1995-1996, 1998-1999
III. 33National Council/Georgia “Air” Chairman, correspondence, brochures, 1995-1997
III. 34The Georgia Station Research and Education Garden and Lockerly Hall, correspondence and newsletter, 1996, 1999
III. 35Gardenrama Convention, report, 2000
III. 36National Garden Week 2003 and 2004 [folder 1 of 2], correspondence, invitations, 2003-2004
III. 37National Garden Week 2005 [folder 2 of 2], clippings, correspondence, meeting papers, 2005-2006
III. 38Gold Dome State Flower Show, correspondence, newsletter, 2004-2005
III. 39State Board/District Officers and Chairmen, correspondence and directory, 2005-2007
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III.61-13Georgia Garden Club
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III.9Garden Club of Georgia Legislative Day [oversize photo array], 1991



B. Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs

BoxFolder
III. 310Junior Women’s Club, clippings, bulletin, constitution, 1964-1966, 1971, 1977
III. 311Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, correspondence, newsletters, 1991-1992
III. 312Leadership Workshop, correspondence, notes, program, 1994-1995
III. 313Tenth District, correspondence, form, project info, 1994-1996
III. 314Civic Women’s Club of Milledgeville, clippings, newsletter, 1998-1999
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III. 5Civic Woman's Club of Milledgeville scrapbook, 1970-1972
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III.71Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs



C. Anti-Defamation League

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III. 315National Leadership Handbook, correspondence, handbook, 1988
III. 316AIPAC, updates, memorandums, 1988-1991
III. 317Pollard Conspiracy Case, report, meeting info, 1988-1991
III. 318Homosexuals in the Military and Boy Scouts, resolution and article, 1988, 1993
III. 319Abe Goldstein Award Dinners, correspondence, newsletter, 1988-1992, 1997-1998
III. 320Policy Background Reports, reports and memorandums, 1988-1992, 1996
III. 321Board of Commissioners, correspondence, legislation, and notes, 1988, 1993-1994, 1999
III. 322Southeast Region Board, correspondence, reports, brochures, 1988-1992, 1998-2000
III. 323AIDS Discrimination and Boycotts, reports, correspondence, 1989
III. 324Annual Fundraising Dinner, correspondence, 1989
III. 325Extremism in America and the South, speech, bulletin, notes, 1989
III. 326“Days of Rage: The Young Palestinians,” viewer’s guide, correspondence, 1989
III. 327Newsletters, bulletin, brochure, 1989-1990
III. 328“Media Action Bulletin” and “Congressional Report,” newsletters, articles, correspondence, 1989-1991
III. 329Foreign Aid Legislation, voting records, correspondence, articles, 1989-1991, 1993
III. 330Middle East Affairs, correspondence, pamphlet, 1989-1993
III. 331“A World of a Difference,” brochures, location list, 1989-1990, 1998
III. 332Campus Prejudice, forms, report, 1989, 1992, 1994
III. 333Ku Klux Klan, reports, correspondence, 1989-1991, 1999
III. 334Center for Democratic Renewal, correspondence, article, 1989, 1998
III. 335Separation of Church and State, correspondence, talking points, 1989, 1992, 1998, 2000
III. 336Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents, reports, 1990-1991
III. 337Holocaust Denial/Revisionism, articles, newsletters, 1990-1992
III. 338Istook Amendment and Educational Materials, correspondence, pamphlets, articles, 1990, 1998-1999
III. 339Morehouse College newspaper anti-semitism, correspondence, article, 1991
III. 340Social club and scholarship discrimination, correspondence, report, info sheets, 1991
III. 341Torch of Liberty Award, correspondence, speech, 1991-1993, 1998
III. 342Congressional Elections, correspondence, forms, articles, 1992
III. 343“The Anti-Semitism of Black Demagogues and Extremists” and Malcolm X, reports, 1992
III. 344Washington Affairs Committee, correspondence, objectives, notes, 1992-1995
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III. 41San Francisco Police Officer Investigation, correspondence, report, 1993
III. 42“Mainstreaming Anti-Semitism,” correspondence, report, 1993-1994
III. 43ADL Civil Rights Policy, correspondence, meeting info, 1995
III. 44Legislative Issues, correspondence, packet, 1996
III. 45Congressional Briefing Book, the 104th Congress, Second Session, 1996
III. 46Southeast Region Board Manual, manual, 1998
III. 47Hate Crimes Prevention Act, correspondence, info sheets, votes, 1999-2000
III. 48“Close the Book on Hate Campaign,” correspondence, info packet, 2000
III. 49“Enough Talk, Take Action!” Campaign, description, forms, 2000
III. 410Steinberg Leadership Institute, brochures, correspondence, form, 2000
III. 411Briefing packet and National Development Report, meeting info, correspondence, legislation info, 2000
III. 412Donation information, correspondence, forms, 2000-2001
III. 413Southeast Region Annual Meeting, agenda, forms, info sheets, 2004-2005
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III.72-7Anti-Defamation League



D. Charities

BoxFolder
III. 414Central State Hospital Recognition Banquets, certificates, correspondence, programs, 1980-1983, 1988
III. 415Make-A-Wish Foundation Board of Directors, correspondence, notes, brochures, 1984-1987
III. 416Salvation Army National information [folder 1 of 2], brochures, manuals, 1985-1989
III. 417Salvation Army Advisory Board [folder 2 of 2], correspondence, financial reports, meeting info, 1988-1991
III. 418Big Heart Award Banquet Executive Committee, correspondence, clippings, and program, 1987-1989
III. 419Georgians for Excellence in Education Legislation, correspondence, form, clipping, 1988
III. 420American Cancer Society Board of Directors, correspondence, member lists, 1988-1989
III. 421Mobilize for Women’s Lives November 12th event [folder 1 of 2], updates, plans, 1989
III. 422Mobilize for Women’s Lives registration, info sheets, survey, forms, 1989
III. 423“Bosom Buddies” breast cancer support group, correspondence, clippings, 1997-2000



E. Georgia Military College

BoxFolder
III. 424Organizational status of GMC, memorandum, correspondence, 1969, 1987
III. 425Board of Trustees and committee meetings, minutes reports, case statement, 1986-1997
III. 426Special event planning, guide, checklist, 1987
III. 427John Sibley Memorial Dinner, correspondence, 1987-1988
III. 428Alumni Weekend, agenda, brochures, welcome, 1990
III. 429Capital Campaign and Annual Fund, agenda, correspondence, report, 1992-1995
III. 430Assessment, correspondence, report, 1993 July
III. 431Board of Trustees, correspondence, bylaws, 1993
III. 432Committee Assignments, agenda, assignments, by-laws, 1994
III. 433Executive Committee and Development meeting, correspondence, agenda, job descriptions, 1997
III. 434Rules Committee meeting, correspondence, editing articles, 1997
III. 435Rules and Nomination Committee, agenda, by-laws, 2004
III. 436125th Anniversary, correspondence, invitations, program guide, 2004
III. 437Annual Board Meetings, correspondence, reports, 2004-2005
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III.78-12Georgia Military College



F. Milledgeville/Baldwin County Activities

BoxFolder
III. 438Kiwanis Club and theater involvement, clippings, 1960, 1964-1965
III. 439Politics/Democrat information, clippings, correspondence, poster, 1962, 1964, 1987-1988
III. 440Lands’ End article and tourism, clippings, correspondence, articles, 1987-1988, 1991
III. 441Leadership Baldwin Political Careers Program, objectives, correspondence, speech, 1990-1991
III. 442Georgia College Nursing School and donors, brochures, correspondence, 1991
III. 443Human Relations Commission, correspondence, mission statements, notes, 1992
III. 444Milledgeville Old Governor’s Mansion preservation and rebuilding, clippings, correspondence, brochures, 1998-2000
III. 445Milledgeville MainStreet Authority Streetscape Master Plan group, clippings, plans, 1999
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III.713-14Milledgeville Activities
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III.81-6Milledgeville Activities



G. Emily's List

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III.87-8Emily's List



H. Georgia's Win List

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III.89Georgia's Win List



I. Harriet's Closet

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III.810-12Harriet's Closet



J. Lockerly Arboritum and Hall

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III.813Lockerly
 

IV. Personal

Extent: 8.0 boxes
Extent: (1.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series holds the genealogy of the Shapiro and Goldstein families, clippings on the Goldstein family business, Goldstein's honors and awards, and documentation of her participation in Jewish organizations.



A. Family/Friends

BoxFolder
IV. 11Anniversaries/Engagement and birthdays, invitations, announcement, correspondence, 1947, 1990, 1997-1999
IV. 12Jake Goldstein, correspondence, clipping, invitation, 1963, 1999-2000
IV. 13USS Carl Vinson launching and commissioning, clippings, invitations, agenda, 1980, 1982
IV. 14Ancestor history, reports, literature, 1980, 1986, undated
IV. 15Letters and emails from friends, correspondence, 1986-1988, 1998-1999
IV. 16Melissa Greenhut, correspondence, theater programs, graduation info, 1988, 1998-2000
IV. 17Fred Stein, correspondence, proclamation copy, 1990, 2000, undated
IV. 18Political Figures (i.e. Clinton, Carter…), holiday cards, 1997-1998, undated
IV. 19Elysa Stein, correspondence, 1997-2000
IV. 110Scott Greenhut, correspondence, programs, 1997, 2000, undated
IV. 111Marcia Stein, correspondence, invitation, newsletter, 1998-1999, undated
IV. 112Death of Harriet Greenhut, correspondence, clippings, 1998-2000
IV. 113Extended family and friend’s cards, correspondence, 1998-2000, undated
IV. 114Greenhut Family, correspondence, 1999, undated
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IV.31-4Family
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IV.7Scrapbook [fragile], 1940s



B. Business

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IV. 11571st Officer’s Club, clippings, 1945
IV. 116Goldstein Department Store, correspondence, clippings, business cards, 1987
IV. 117Milledgeville Business Involvement, correspondence, invitations, 1988, 1990-1991, 1997-1999
IV. 118Milledgeville Bypass Project, clippings, correspondence, 1992, 1998, 2000
IV. 119Business Associates, correspondence, 1997-2000
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IV.35Goldstein Deparment Store



C. Awards/Honors

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IV. 120Maxine Goldstein Resume, 1945-1989
IV. 121General Honors, correspondence, clippings, 1964, 1988, undated
IV. 122Mystery Club Governor Proclamation, proclamation copy, 1989 July 25
IV. 123Delta Flying Colonel Regional, correspondence, clipping, Undated
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IV.36Honors and awards



D. Education

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IV. 124Tubman High School Alumnae Association 50 year reunion, correspondence, program, composite copies, 1991-1993
IV. 125Tubman High School Alumnae Association’s Minerva Awards, program, newsletter, correspondence, 1993
IV. 126University of Georgia Alumnae Activities, correspondence, contact info, license plate, 1997-1999
IV. 127University of Georgia Loyalty Classes reunion, bio-sketch book, 1998
IV. 128Georgia Military College Alumni, invitation, magazine, correspondence, 1998-2000
IV. 129Augusta State University Alumni, license plate, membership card, 1998, 2001
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IV.37-12Education
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IV.41-4Eduation



E. Jewish/Pro-Israel Organizations

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IV. 130Jewish short stories, literature, clippings, 1949, undated
IV. 131General/miscellaneous, clippings, correspondence, 1957, 1987-1988
IV. 132Temple, newsletters, correspondence, 1984, 1987, 1992
IV. 133AIPAC on U.S.-Israel Relations, speech, newsletters, correspondence, 1984, 1988, 1991-1993, 1999
IV. 134AIPAC on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, correspondence, newsletters, reports, 1987-1988, 1990
IV. 135AIPAC general information, brochure, correspondence, newsletter, 1987, 1990-1993
IV. 136Atlanta Jewish Federation on the Law of Return, correspondence, 1998 December 5
IV. 137AIPAC on foreign aid, correspondence, newsletter, 1988, 1990
IV. 138AIPAC on PLO and anti-Israel issues, correspondence, newsletters, flyers, 1988, 1990-1991
IV. 139AIPAC on Soviet/Ethiopian refugee absorption and Jerusalem, newsletters, correspondence, 1990, undated
IV. 140“World Jewish Congress,” newsletters, 1990-1992
IV. 141AIPAC on elections, correspondence, newsletters, 1990, 1992
IV. 142Education and miscellaneous, clippings, correspondence, 1990, 1998-1999
IV. 143Jewish Labor Committee, correspondence, report, 1991
IV. 144This New Canaan: The Jewish Experience in Georgia, proposals, 1991
IV. 145Hadassah Macon chapter, newsletters, 1997, 1999
IV. 146Shabbat Dinners, correspondence, invitations, 1998-1999
IV. 147Harriet Goldstein Greenhut Women of Valour Chapter of Hadassah, correspondence, minutes, transaction report, 1999-2004
IV. 148Southeastern Region of Hadassah Board Meetings, correspondence, contact info, flyer, 2000, 2002-2004
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IV. 21National Hadassah Information, brochures, correspondence, newsletters, 2000, 2003-2004
IV. 22Southeastern Region Hadassah Conference, correspondence, agenda, program, 2002-2004
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IV.45-12Jewish/Pro-Israel Organizations
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IV.51-4Jewish/Pro-Israel Organizations



F. Contributions

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IV. 23Central State Hospital, invitation, program, clipping, 1979, 1992
IV. 24Richard B. Russell Library Reception, correspondence, programs, 1987-1988, 1992, 1997
IV. 25Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and donation gifts, correspondence, 2000, undated
IV. 26“Campaigns and Elections” seminars in Russia [folder 1 of 3], training manual, Undated
IV. 27“Campaigns and Elections” seminars in Russia [folder 2 of 3], letters from/to Russia, correspondence, 1991, undated
IV. 28“Campaigns and Elections” seminars in Russia [folder 3 of 3], correspondence, clippings, notes, 1990-1991
IV. 29Simon Wiesenthal Center, correspondence, reports, 1990-1992, undated
IV. 210Georgia State University Usery Center, correspondence, case statement, 1998
IV. 211Georgia College and State University Board of Trustees and inauguration of Rosemary DePaolo, correspondence, program, invitation, 1998-2000
IV. 212Carter Winter Weekend 1999 Live Auction, correspondence, catalogue, 1999
IV. 213Georgia College and State University Master Planning Task Force, correspondence, 1999
IV. 214Oconee Regional Medical Center, invitations, correspondence, 2000
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IV.55-13Contributions



G. Correspondence

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IV.61-10Correspondence



H. Calendars and Planners

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IV.81-10Calendars and Planners, 1967-2012
IV.811Address Books, 1960s-1990s
 

V. Photographs

Extent: 3.0 boxes (106 items and 14 albums)
Scope and Content: This series contains images documenting the opening of an exhibit on Anne Frank at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville. Maxine Goldstein spoke at this event, and her activities are recorded within the series. Among the prominent figures pictured therein are Pete Wheeler (Georgia Commissioner of Veterans Affairs), Tommy Irvin (Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture), Supreme Court Justice Hugh Thompson, and Dr. Leon Bass.
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V.1Photographs [some described]
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V.2Photographs
Photograph Albums
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V.31[Successful Campaign for Committee], 1976
Extent: 3.0 boxes (
V.32[Scenes from Carter-Mondale National Campaign Headquarters], 1976 Fall
V.33[Inauguration of President Jimmy Carter], 1977
V.34[New York Convention], 1980
V.35[My Year of Politics], 1980
V.36[Politics], 1980
V.37[Politics], 1980
V.38[Taiwan], 1987
V.39[Visit to Taiwan], 1987
V.310[Trip as Invited Guest of Taiwan Governor], 1987
V.311[Site Selection Committee for Democratic Convention], 1988
V.312[Site Selection Committee], 1988
V.313[Site Selection], 1988
V.314[Jake and Maxine], 1993
 

VI. Artifacts

Extent: 24.0 boxes
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VI.11Equal Rights for Women Button: Small, green, metal button with white lettering: "ERA Yes"
VI.11Pro-Choice Button: Small, yellow, metal button. It has black lettering and graphic: a coat hanger and the words, "Abort Jesse!"
VI.11Democratic Election Campaign Button: Very small blue metal button with white lettering: “Election ’84 The South is the Key.”, 1984
VI.11Political Campaign Button: "I’m For Melba"
VI.11Sam Nunn Campaign Button: Small, red, circular, metal button with white lettering that reads: “Nunn but Nunn in ’88”, 1988
VI.11Cox Roosevelt Commemorative Campaign Button “Cox/Roosevelt 1920.”
VI.11Campaign button "MAX!"
VI.11Campaign button "Mike Barnes"
VI.11Button: "Look at Atlanta Now"
VI.11Campaign Button: "Ron Brown"
VI.11Campaign button "Otero Every Vote Counts"
VI.11Campaign button "James V. Stanton for DNC Chairman 1989, Victory in 1992"
VI.11Campaign button "Lynn Cutler"
VI.11Button "Atlanta 1988"
VI.11Campaign button "Take Georgia to the MAX! Max Cleland United States Senate"
VI.11Button "MTV Choose or Lose Vote '92", 1992
VI.11Button "Reach out a hand Let's Pull Together"
VI.11Button "PRO Israel Peace Democrat, 1992 Democratic National Convention", 1992
VI.11Kansas City Democratic Convention Button "Heartland '88 Kansas City", 1988
VI.12Carter Mondale Campaign Button
VI.12Re-elect Carter Mondale Campaign Button
VI.12Carter, Mondale 80 Club campaign button, 1980
VI.12Campaign Button for Zell Miller
VI.12Campaign button "For Governor, Harris; Vote Democrat Nov 2; Miller; for Lt. Governor"
VI.12Campaign Buttons for Billy Evans, "I’m working for Billy Evans"
VI.12Campaign button, "Evans for Congress"
VI.12Campaign button, "Stuckey Button"
VI.12Campaign button, "Go Bo"
VI.12Campaign button, "Al Gore '88 President", 1988
VI.12Campaign button, "Ginn for Governor"
VI.12Campaign button "Smith Foster the man for the 7th! 1980 Club", 1980
VI.12Campaign button, "Dukakis for President '88", 1988
VI.12Campaign button, "Mondale"
VI.12Campaign button, "Sam & Ham"
VI.12Campaign button, "Talmadge for Georgia"
VI.12Campaign button, "John Glenn '84", 1984
VI.12Campaign button, "Glenn Georgia '84", 1984
VI.12Campaign button "Georgia JJ Dinner, Run - Sam - Run!, I was there, 2-20-87", 1987
VI.12Eagle pin, "Mondale"
VI.13Campaign button, "Gary Hart"
VI.13Button, "DC is great for '88", 1988
VI.13Button, "Vote Democratic the [image of a donkey] you save may be your own"
VI.13Campaign button, "A Dukakis in the White House is worth two in the Bush!"
VI.13Campaign button, "Congress Democrat Evans"
VI.13Button, "UGA Founders' Day, 1985, 200th Anniversary"
VI.13Button, "Have fun in '81 Georgia National Convention", 1981
VI.13Campaign button, "Carter Mondale 3/18/80 Party", 1980
VI.13Button, "President Jimmy Carter Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner, June 2, 1979, Indianapolis, Indiana", 1979
VI.13Feminist Button: Fifty-nine cents button with white lettering that reads: “59 cents”. Refers to statistic that alleges that for every dollar men make, women make 59 cents
VI.13Campaign Button, "Underwood for Governor"
VI.13Button, "Georgia Agriculture [Heart] Senator Sam Nunn"
VI.13Button, "S.W.A.B"
VI.13Campaign Button, "Dick Gephardt for President"
VI.13Campaign Button, "Fritz Blitzer"
VI.13Campaign Button, "Kennedy '80", 1980
VI.13Button, "I'm Pro-Choice and I Vote"
VI.13Pin, "2"
VI.13Button, "Georgia I Love It"
VI.14Site Selection Cards: Bundle of Site selection committee for Houston postcards tied up with ribbon
VI.15Stickers, "I believe in trees" and "support senate bill 169"; Bumper sticker, "Trees are the Answer!", Name tags, "Tree-mendous Day, Garden Club of Georgia"
VI.16Stickers, "Never Forget 6,000,000" and "[No] Hate]
VI.17Donkey pin and Peanut pin
VI.18Coin purse "Have a Nice Day, Culver Kidd, Senator 25th Dist. Milledgeville, GA"
VI.19Name badges, "DNC 1988 Site Selection Committee Maxine Goldstein", "Atlanta 1988 Maxine Goldstein", "Democratic National Committee, Georgia Delegate Maxine Goldstein", "Maxine Goldstein 8th District Chairman Democratic Party of Georgia". "Maxine Goldstein President Georgia Federation of Democratic Women", "Maxine Goldstein Milledgeville, Democratic National Convention Site Selection Committee", "Town and Country Garden Club"
VI.110"Carter-Mondale '80 Club" card; "Governor's Club Jake Goldstein 1988 Democratic National Convention"; "Maxine Goldstein Vice Chairman, DSC"; "Please vote for Maxine Goldstein Member 1980 Club"; "Elect Joe Frank Harris Governor"; "Democratic National Convention Transit Pass"; "Zell has a hit record"
VI.111Stickers "Dukakis for President"; "Re-elect Clinton Gore '96"; "When Women Run Women Win"; "National Council of Senior Citizens, National Health Care NOW!"; "Campaign '92 AIDS Vote as if your life depended on it"; "NARAL Another Pro-Choice Voter"; "Protect Yourself from John McCain (In This Election)"
VI.112Sticker, "I support Maxine Goldstein for Vice Chair"
VI.113Name tags and passes "Democratic Party of Georgia State Convention"
VI.114Democratic National Convention passes, 1988
VI.115Sticker: "Georgia. Don't Mess Up a Good Thing"
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VI.2Various bags with Democrat logos and slogans
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VI.3T-shirts and one sweatshirt with various logos and slogans
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VI.4Purse made for Maxine to wear to the Convention, "Ketchup with Kerry"
VI.4Matching purse and vest featuring Kerry for President and donkeys, worn by Maxine at the Convention, 2000
VI.4Vest made for Maxine to wear to during campaign features donkeys and crossed out elephants, 1996
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VI.5Red cowboy hat worn by Maxine at the convention, "Stop America's Economy from Going down the Drain" featuring money going down a sink and bathtub drain with Obama and Clinton buttons, 2008
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VI.6Democratic Party Donkey Call, 1988
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VI.7Hat worn by Maxine at the convention,"In the end Dukakis will win", 1988
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VI.8Hat worn by Maxine at the convention, has stuffed donkey on top "Vote Democratic the [image of donkey] you save may be your own"
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VI.9Hat worn by Maxine at the convention, "Mr. Bush ya gotta know when to fold 'em"
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VI.10Plaques, 1982-2009
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VI.11Plaque: Carl Vinson Memorial Award, 1985 March 29
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VI.12Presidential Campaign Buttons [in display frame], 1910s-1970s
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VI.13Campaign Signs and Placards, 1970s-2000s
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VI.14Campaign Signs and Placards, 1970s-2000s
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VI.15Diplomas, Commissions, Resolutions and Awards, 1993-1998
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VI.16Posters: Democratic National Convention, 1984-1996
VI.16Oversize Clippings [featuring Maxine Goldstein], 1976-1988
VI.16Poster: Michael Dukakis, 1988
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VI.1719Poster: Carter-Mondale Re-election Campaign, 1980
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VI.18Campaign and Issue Signs, 1990s-2000s
VI.18Signs: Vote for Maxine Goldstein for Vice Chair, circa 1982
VI.18The Omni Atlanta Seating Diagram for 1988 Democratic National Convention, 1988
VI.18Carter Brand Seed Peanuts bag [signed by Jody Powell and Hamilton Jordan], circa 1976
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VI.19Baldwin County, Georgia, Sample Ballots, 1980, 1988
VI.19Sign: Bentsen for Vice-President '88, 1988
VI.19Signs: Clinton-Gore, 1992
VI.19Sign: NOW [National Organization for Women], circa 1992
VI.19Poster: Maxine Goldstein and Jimmy Carter, circa 1977
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VI.20Signs: Vote for Maxine Goldstein for Vice Chair (3), circa 1982
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VI.21Campaign Signs, 1980s-2000s
VI.21Obama '08 foam hand, 2008
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VI.22New York Stock Exchange ticker tape with Maxine Goldstein's name [framed], 1976 July 15
Campaign Buttons
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VI.231Sam Nunn, 1987-1988
VI.232Carl Sanders, undated
VI.233Kirk, undated
VI.234Jimmy Carter - Walter Mondale, 1980
VI.235Michael Dukakis, 1988
VI.236Rowland, undated
VI.237Wyche Fowler, 1986
VI.238Evans, undated
VI.239Walter Mondale - Geraldine Ferraro, 1984
VI.2310Bill Clinton - Al Gore, 1992
VI.2311Bo Ginn, Bill Stuckey, Zell Miller, John Glenn, Teddy Kennedy, Bowers, Herman Talmadge, Jim Pannell, and Dick Gephardt, 1984
VI.2312Democrats, 1988-2008
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VI.241Various Candidates, 1978-2008
VI.242Various Candidates, 1972-1992
VI.243Miscellaneous, 1988
VI.244Miscellaneous, 1928-1968
VI.245Miscellaneous, 1982-1988
VI.246Miscellaneous, 1988-2008
VI.247Miscellaneous, 1981-1994
VI.248Al Gore, 1988, 2000
VI.249Bill Clinton - Al Gore, 1992-1996
VI.2410John Kerry, 2004
VI.2411Anti-Newt Gingrich, undated