Descriptive Summary
I. Georgia Narratives
FPP-0001 Skip Hulett and Dana Miller
FPP-0002 Daniel Riggs and Sandra Riggs
FPP-0003 Christine Packwood and Virginia Schultz
FPP-0004 Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Jenniffer Jones
FPP-0005 Dink NeSmith and Marjorie NeSmith
FPP-0006 Adam Hebbard and Jan Levinson
FPP-0007 L. Randolph Carter, Litashia Carter, and Rayna Carter
FPP-0008 Needham Yancey Gulley and Corey Johnson
FPP-0009 April King and Jake Mosley
FPP-0010 Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Jenniffer Jones
FPP-0011 Seth Hendershot and Bob Brussack
FPP-0012 Bruce Allen and Lauren Griffeth
FPP-0013 Louis Boyd and Robert Henry Bohler
FPP-0014 Geneva Blasingame, Renee Donnell, and Laura Duvekot
FPP-0015 Fannie Jordan, Renee Donnell, and Laura Duvekot
FPP-0016 Sally Rhoden and Jodi Rhoden
FPP-0017 Hans Neuhauser and Betsy Bean
FPP-0018 Bennie Tillman Sr., Renee Donnell, and Laura Duvekot
FPP-0019 Jill Clement and Louis Boyd
FPP-0020 Charles Clement and Louis Boyd
FPP-0029 Louis Boyd and Rev. Charlie Cook
FPP-0044 Raleigh Saperstein and Callie Holmes
FPP-0045 Kai Reidl and Jacob Kennedy
FPP-0046 Jacob Kennedy and Landon Bubb
FPP-0047 Iva Dimitrova and Christina Cotsakis
FPP-0052 Paul Van Wicklen and Mary Linneman
FPP-0053 Frank McGill and Louis Boyd
FPP-0054 Emogene Williams and Rev. Avis Williams
FPP-0061 H. Edsel Benson and Alexandra Krier
FPP-0062 Claude Williams and Chinyere Uziogwe
FPP-0063 Philip Pollock, Jr., and Shannon Roy
FPP-0064 Duard Baxter and Tina Dimnwaobi
FPP-0065 Conulus Scott and Chanice Porter
FPP-0066 Kirin Thurman and Alexander Stephens
FPP-0067 Frank Bird and Iva Dimitrova
FPP-0068 Jan Buley and Iva Dimitrova
FPP-0069 Dorothy Partridge and Iva Dimitrova
FPP-0070 Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Jennifer Jones
FPP-0071 Jack Edmunds and Asa Phillips
II. Americus, Georgia
FPP-0021 George Hooks and Angie Singletary
FPP-0022 Charles Crisp and Angie Singletary
FPP-0023 Russell Thomas and Angie Singletary
FPP-0024 William Harris and Angie Singletary
FPP-0025 Jane Butler and Angie Singletary
FPP-0026 Willie Green Cutts and Angie Singletary
FPP-0027 Milton Raven and Angie Singletary
FPP-0028 Linda Fuller Degelmann and Angie Singletary
III. Hawkinsville, Georgia
FPP-0030 Chuck Southerland and Eddie Coleman
FPP-0031 Butch Hall and Sam Way
FPP-0032 Sam Way
FPP-0033 Ed Darsey, John Calvin Hadden, and Emmett Head
FPP-0034 Henry Cravey, Phil NeSmith, and Chuck Southerland
FPP-0035 Leslie Sewell, Lee Slade, and Chuck Southerland
FPP-0036 Emmett Head, Callie Holmes, and Christian Lopez
FPP-0037 Carlton Morrison and Chuck Southerland
IV. Plains, Georgia
FPP-0038 Allene Haugabook and Steve Short
FPP-0039 C.L Walters and Steve Short
FPP-0040 Jan Williams and Angie Singletary
FPP-0041 Sandra Walters and Angie Singletary
FPP-0042 Jimmy Carter and Sybil Carter
FPP-0043 Ray Baldwin and Angie Singletary
V. Beech Haven, Athens, Georgia
FPP-0048 Mike Wharton
FPP-0049 Jack and Alice Rowland
FPP-0050 Sam Thomas
FPP-0051 Katherine "Kitty" Ross
First Person ProjectFirst Person Project

First Person Project

Descriptive Summary

Title: First Person Project
Creator: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies.
Dates: 2012-2018
Extent: 71.0 interviews
Collection Number: RBRL/324/FPP
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The First Person Project collects personal narratives and oral histories documenting life in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Interviews are usually between two friends or family members and typically focus on personal stories such as relationships and family histories. Interviews also touch on larger historical and cultural themes such as racial identity, religion, gay rights, the death penalty, and life in Athens and in Georgia.

Collection Description

Historical Note

The First Person Project was launched by the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies in 2012 to record and preserve stories of life in post-twentieth century Georgia. Modeled roughly on StoryCorps, the First Person Project is smaller in scale but similar in concept--an oral history program designed to capture the stories of everyday Georgians. Interviewees are self-selecting. Pairs of friends or loved ones register to participate in the First Person Project on a designated day, and the conversation (up to forty minutes) is facilitated and recorded by Russell archivists.

Scope and Content

The First Person Project collects personal narratives and oral histories documenting life in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Interviews are usually between two friends or family members and typically focus on personal stories such as relationships and family histories. Interviews also touch on larger historical and cultural themes such as racial identity, religion, environmental history, gay rights, the death penalty, and life in Athens and in Georgia.

Organization and Arrangement

Interviews are arranged chronologically by date of recording.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Preferred citation

First Person Project, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Copyright Information

Resources may be used under the guidelines described by the U.S. Copyright Office in Section 107, Title 17, United States Code (Fair use). Parties interested in production or commercial use of the resources should contact the Russell Library for a fee schedule.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2013.

Revisions made by Russell staff, 2019.


Related Materials

Access Points

Oral histories.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. Georgia Narratives

Extent: 28.0 interviews



FPP-0001 Skip Hulett and Dana Miller

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Extent: 40.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Skip Hulett talks with Dana Miller about his relationship with Mitchell Terry Mincey, a death row inmate who was executed in Bibb County in October 2001. Hulett, a newspaper reporter before coming to work at UGA, had known Mincey since covering Mincey's murder trial in 1982.



FPP-0002 Daniel Riggs and Sandra Riggs

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Extent: 25.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Sandra and Daniel Riggs discuss racial identity, education, and religious faith.



FPP-0003 Christine Packwood and Virginia Schultz

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Extent: 29.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Christine Packwood interviews Athens native Virginia Schultz. Schultz talks about her experience growing up in Normaltown in the 1930s and 1940s, working for the University of Georgia and General Motors, her family, and her religious life--particularly her involvement in Beech Haven Baptist Church.



FPP-0004 Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Jenniffer Jones

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Extent: 40.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Jenniffer Jones interviews her mother, Dawn Bennett-Alexander, about her early life in Washington D.C., including Bennett-Alexander's experiences during segregation and her memories of attending the March on Washington in 1963. Bennett-Alexander also discusses race and diversity and her career at the University of Georgia.



FPP-0005 Dink NeSmith and Marjorie NeSmith

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Extent: 45.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Henry "Dink" NeSmith interviews his mother, Marjorie NeSmith, about her early life, living in Putney, Georgia, and later in Baker County. Marjorie talks about being in college at Georgia Southwestern State University when the US entered World War II, working for Dupont in Alabama and for the US Maritime Commission during the war, falling in love with her husband, and the birth of her children and growth of her family.



FPP-0006 Adam Hebbard and Jan Levinson

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Extent: 38.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Jan Levinson interviews Adam Hebbard about early life, growing up in various locations throughout the Southeast and in Australia. Topics include Hebbard's parents' backgrounds, family vacations, holidays, and Hebbard's relationship with his siblings.



FPP-0007 L. Randolph Carter, Litashia Carter, and Rayna Carter

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Extent: 31.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Rayna Carter, age 9, interviews her parents, Raymond and Litashia Carter, about her birth and their family.



FPP-0008 Needham Yancey Gulley and Corey Johnson

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Extent: 35.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Yancey Gulley and Corey Johnson discuss the development of their relationship over the past decade, finding a balance between career and family, and their community involvement and activism in Athens.



FPP-0009 April King and Jake Mosley

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Extent: 21.0 minutes
Scope and Content: April King and Jake Mosley discuss their relationship, from meeting at a Drive-By Truckers show at the 40 Watt Club to their upcoming nuptials in South Carolina.



FPP-0010 Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Jenniffer Jones

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Extent: 38.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Jenniffer Jones interviews her mother, Dawn Bennett-Alexander, about first loves, how relationships change and grow, and "the gender of love."



FPP-0011 Seth Hendershot and Bob Brussack

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Extent: 35.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Bob Brussack interviews Seth Hendershot about Seth's involvement with the music scene in Athens in the early '90s, jazz in Athens, and Seth's experiences in the business world including founding Hendershot's Coffee Bar.



FPP-0012 Bruce Allen and Lauren Griffeth

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Extent: 39.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Lauren Griffith interviews Dr. Bruce Allen, Honorary Consul of Liechtenstein to the South, about his early life, his family, his interest in foreign service, his memories of UGA (including the Snack Shack), and the role of public diplomacy.



FPP-0013 Louis Boyd and Robert Henry Bohler

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Extent: 37.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Louis Boyd interviews his friend and neighbor Robert Henry Bohler about his transient childhood growing up in the Great Depression and his experiences at Berry College and at Fort Sill in Oklahoma during World War II. Bohler also talks about meeting his wife, attending Georgia Tech on the G.I. Bill, and his career at Georgia Power.



FPP-0014 Geneva Blasingame, Renee Donnell, and Laura Duvekot

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Extent: 37.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Geneva Johnson Blasingame discusses the Lindentown community and black neighborhoods in Athens, Georgia. She recalls the University’s efforts to push out black communities in 1962. Blasingame comments on the children attending the Union Institute, working in the garden before school, and making soap with her mother. She describes how the neighborhood has changed from “the place to be,” to a bad neighborhood, and presently to a good neighborhood. Blasingame recalls picking cotton with her mother and buying shoes from the kurd (flea) market. She recalls attending the Honor Grove Baptist Church, meeting her first husband on a dare, and finishing high school in 1964. Blasingame reflects on demonstrating in downtown Athens when the University of Georgia was integrated, and going to jail as a result. She discusses the jobs she’s held, including at a sewing factory, the poultry plant, and at a Creation Windows off of Cleveland Road.



FPP-0015 Fannie Jordan, Renee Donnell, and Laura Duvekot

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Extent: 37.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Fannie Jordan discusses being born in Athens on Hull Street in 1922 and subsequently moving to Church Street, Finley Street, and Hancock Street. She reflects on playing basketball in school and attending a two-story school on Finley and Reese Street. Jordan recalls spending her time skating and participating in Girl Scouts. She comments on the neighborhood being connected like a family and describes how her house has changed since she’s lived in it. Jordan discusses her two marriages, her experience in Athens during the Civil Rights Movement, and her time attending West Broad Street School.



FPP-0016 Sally Rhoden and Jodi Rhoden

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Extent: 47.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Sally Brown Rhoden recalls growing up in Monroe, Georgia. She discusses seeing plays at the Fox Theater, her family, and social life. She recalls participating in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with the Monroe Drum and Bugle Corps. She reflects on her involvement in the Shelter Occupancy Research Project through the University of Georgia in 1963, a project that simulated bomb shelter conditions by keeping about 30 participants underground for two weeks. Rhoden explains the application process and the tests administered before going underground. She remembers eating K-rations, sleeping on a concrete floor, and drinking chlorinated water. Rhoden recalls the researchers sending food smells into the chamber and obsessing about what she would eat once she got out. Rhoden recalls being elected "social chair" by the group and occupying the time by planning social discussions, experimenting with hypnosis, and celebrating every single holiday during the two-week span. She discusses keeping a daily journal in the bomb shelter, buying a typewriter and stereo system with her compensation ($500) for participating in the project. Rhoden recalls the events of the Civil Rights Movement in Monroe, including fights breaking out on Main Street, colored water fountains in public places, and the Moore’s Ford lynching in Walton County.



FPP-0017 Hans Neuhauser and Betsy Bean

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Extent: 39.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Hans Neuhauser discusses his early life and his decision to attend the University of Georgia in 1964. He recalls his decision to work with the Coastal Plains Conservancy in Savannah in 1972 and explains what sparked his interest in the Georgia coast. Neuhauser explains how the Junior League of Savannah teamed up with the Georgia Conservancy to start a chapter to protect Georgia’s coast. He recalls redeveloping Tybee Island’s beach and finding the connection between harbor channels and beach erosion. Neuhauser comments on the Kerr McGee proposal to drill for phosphate mining in Chatham County and Governor Maddox’s request for help from the University System of Georgia. He discusses the Coastal Marshland Protection Act of 1970, preservation of the Okefenokee wilderness area, and Cumberland Island. Neuhauser explains his role in preservation of calving grounds for right whales.



FPP-0018 Bennie Tillman Sr., Renee Donnell, and Laura Duvekot

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Extent: 43.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Bennie Tillman discusses his early life, family, education, and career. He recalls working for contractor J.W. Davis, Snelling Dining Commons, and for St. Mary’s Hospital as a cook. Tillman reflects on living in Lindentown, raising and keeping chickens, and growing a garden. He also comments on enjoying golf, hunting rabbits, and moving to his current house in 1948. Tillman discusses the development Athens underwent in the 1930s and 1940s and his pastimes as a youngster of swimming, fishing, and playing football.



FPP-0019 Jill Clement and Louis Boyd

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Extent: 28.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Louis Boyd interviews Jill Clement. Clement talks about her early life in Massachusetts and her decision to attend Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga., where she met her husband, Charles Clement (see FPP-0020). Clement discusses her decades of involvement with the Presbyterian Church, where she advocated for more leadership roles for women and became one of the first female deacons and elders in the church. Clement briefly touches on her time as a missionary in Everett, Kentucky--deep in the heart of coal-mining country--where she attended a church with a congregation that handled snakes.



FPP-0020 Charles Clement and Louis Boyd

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Extent: 44.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Louis Boyd interviews Dr. Charles Clement. Clement discusses the background of his family, who settled in Indian territory in Oklahoma before moving west to Moscow, Idaho. He talks about his father's experience in a one-room school house where he learned geography by "bounding" the states--memorizing the states that bordered a particular state. Clement talks about moving with his parents to Georgia and his time in the Air Force. He remembers meeting his wife at Piedmont College at the end of World War II (see FPP-0019) and his career as a professor at Piedmond College and the University of Georgia. Clement also mentions working on an economic impact study of Cumberland Island commissioned by the National Park Service.



FPP-0029 Louis Boyd and Rev. Charlie Cook

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Extent: 39.0 minutes



FPP-0044 Raleigh Saperstein and Callie Holmes

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Extent: 39.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Raleigh Saperstein talks about her involvement with the farming and local food scene in Athens, including her work with the Athens Farmers Market and Wholesome Wave outreach.



FPP-0045 Kai Reidl and Jacob Kennedy

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Extent: 39.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Kai Reidl talks about the music scene in downtown Athens, including Hot Corner and the Slingshot Festival. He also discusses economic development, collaboration, and the community.



FPP-0046 Jacob Kennedy and Landon Bubb

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Extent: 22.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Jacob Kennedy describes his experience as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia, including his developing interest in music and seeing shows downtown.



FPP-0047 Iva Dimitrova and Christina Cotsakis

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Extent: 33.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Christina Cotsakis talks about how her study abroad experience in Costa Rica changed her outlook on her life and studies.



FPP-0052 Paul Van Wicklen and Mary Linneman

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Extent: 31.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Paul Van Wicklen talks about his career with UGA Libraries, starting in periodicals, then becoming a stacks supervisor, and finally moving to the new Special Collections Library. He talks about his mentors and other staff at the library. He also describes his love for racing.



FPP-0053 Frank McGill and Louis Boyd

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Extent: 52.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Frank McGill talks about growing up on a family farm in Tifton, Georgia. He also talks about his career with the UGA Extension Service, becoming a specialist in peanut production. He talks about the effect of the peanut economy on small towns in Georgia and the international expansion of peanut production worldwide.



FPP-0054 Emogene Williams and Rev. Avis Williams

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Extent: 65.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Emogene Williams talks with her daughter Avis about her early life and family, growing up during the Great Depression in Covington, Georgia. She talks about what life was like for African Americans in rural Georgia, describing her memories of the KKK and interactions between whites and blacks.



FPP-0061 H. Edsel Benson and Alexandra Krier

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Extent: 54.0 minutes
Scope and Content: H. Edsel Benson talks about his experiences as a World War II veteran.



FPP-0062 Claude Williams and Chinyere Uziogwe

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Extent: 60.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Claude Williams talks about his experiences as a World War II veteran.



FPP-0063 Philip Pollock, Jr., and Shannon Roy

Access Online
Extent: 60.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Philip Pollock talks about his experiences as a World War II veteran.



FPP-0064 Duard Baxter and Tina Dimnwaobi

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Extent: 69.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Duard Baxter talks about his experiences as a World War II veteran.



FPP-0065 Conulus Scott and Chanice Porter

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Extent: 73.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Conulus Scott talks about his experiences as a World War II veteran.



FPP-0066 Kirin Thurman and Alexander Stephens

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Extent: 53.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Thurman talks about his experience growing up as black kid in Panoramic City, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. He talks about riding VMX dirt bikes with his older brother. Thurman talks about his process of becoming race conscious while growing up in a very white county as one of a handful of black students at the schools he attended. He credits his family's move out of Los Angeles as transforming his and his brother's lives by taking them out of a racist environment that he characterizes as being very alienating. He talks about his frustrations about the way white people respond to race and racism, but also talks about his marriage to a white woman and recounts the story of their first date. Thurman reflects on the Charleston church shooting on June 17, 2015, which occurred just two days before the date of this recording, and expresses frustration at the way that violence permeates U.S. culture.



FPP-0067 Frank Bird and Iva Dimitrova

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Extent: 68.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Frank Bird is a teacher in Georgia and he talks about his background in teaching, his teaching philosophy, and becoming involved with the Foxfire teaching program. He also talks about incorporating hands-on learning in his classroom.



FPP-0068 Jan Buley and Iva Dimitrova

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Extent: 36.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Jan Buley teaches literacy at the graduate level in Ontario, Canada. In this interview, she talks about her early education, her development as a teacher, and her introduction to, and continuing involvement with, the Foxfire teacher workshops in Clayton, Georgia.



FPP-0069 Dorothy Partridge and Iva Dimitrova

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Extent: 43.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Dorothy Partridge is an educator and one of the participants in the earliest teacher workshops offered by Foxfire founder, Eliot Wigginton. She talks about that experience and the Foxfire model as a whole.



FPP-0070 Dawn Bennett-Alexander and Jennifer Jones

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Extent: 41.0 minutes



FPP-0071 Jack Edmunds and Asa Phillips

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Extent: 76.0 minutes
Scope and Content: Jack Edmunds and Asa Phillips from Hart County, Georgia talk about their experiences participating in the economic and community development program administered through the University of Georgia Archway Partnership.
 

II. Americus, Georgia

Extent: 8.0 interviews
Scope and Content: Series II. Americus, Georgia, interviews were recored in Americus, Ga., at the Lee Council House in December 2013. Interviews were made possible through a partnership between the Russell Library, the UGA Archway Partnership, and the Americus Downtown Development Authority.



FPP-0021 George Hooks and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 29.0 minutes



FPP-0022 Charles Crisp and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 38.0 minutes



FPP-0023 Russell Thomas and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 26.0 minutes



FPP-0024 William Harris and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 14.0 minutes



FPP-0025 Jane Butler and Angie Singletary

Access Online
Extent: 17.0 minutes



FPP-0026 Willie Green Cutts and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 30.0 minutes



FPP-0027 Milton Raven and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 21.0 minutes



FPP-0028 Linda Fuller Degelmann and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 54.0 minutes
 

III. Hawkinsville, Georgia

Extent: 8.0 interviews
Scope and Content: Series II. Hawkinsville, Georgia, interviews were recored in Hawkinsville, Ga., at the Hawkinsville Dispatch & News building in February 2014. Interviews were made possible through a partnership between the Russell Library and the UGA Archway Partnership.



FPP-0030 Chuck Southerland and Eddie Coleman

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Extent: 29.0 minutes



FPP-0031 Butch Hall and Sam Way

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Extent: 31.0 minutes



FPP-0032 Sam Way

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Extent: 11.0 minutes



FPP-0033 Ed Darsey, John Calvin Hadden, and Emmett Head

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Extent: 45.0 minutes



FPP-0034 Henry Cravey, Phil NeSmith, and Chuck Southerland

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Extent: 25.0 minutes



FPP-0035 Leslie Sewell, Lee Slade, and Chuck Southerland

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Extent: 43.0 minutes



FPP-0036 Emmett Head, Callie Holmes, and Christian Lopez

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Extent: 35.0 minutes



FPP-0037 Carlton Morrison and Chuck Southerland

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Extent: 61.0 minutes
 

IV. Plains, Georgia

Extent: 6.0 interviews
Scope and Content: Series II. Plains, Georgia, interviews were recored in Plains, Ga., at the Plains Historic Inn in Febuary 2014. Interviews were made possible through a partnership between the Russell Library, the UGA Archway Partnership, and the Americus Downtown Development Authority.



FPP-0038 Allene Haugabook and Steve Short

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Extent: 34.0 minutes



FPP-0039 C.L Walters and Steve Short

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Extent: 37.0 minutes



FPP-0040 Jan Williams and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 36.0 minutes



FPP-0041 Sandra Walters and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 35.0 minutes



FPP-0042 Jimmy Carter and Sybil Carter

Extent: 34.0 minutes
FPP-0042 Jimmy Carter and Sybil Carter audio on SoundCloud Access Online
FPP-0042 Jimmy Carter video and interview index in OHMS Access Online



FPP-0043 Ray Baldwin and Angie Singletary

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Extent: 47.0 minutes
 

V. Beech Haven, Athens, Georgia

Extent: 4.0 interviews
Scope and Content: Series V. Beech Haven, Athens, Georgia, interviews were recored in Athens, Ga., through a partnership between the Russell Library and Dr. Cari Goetcheus, College of Environment and Design, UGA.



FPP-0048 Mike Wharton

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Extent: 47.0 minutes



FPP-0049 Jack and Alice Rowland

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Extent: 113.0 minutes



FPP-0050 Sam Thomas

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Extent: 35.0 minutes



FPP-0051 Katherine "Kitty" Ross

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Extent: 70.0 minutes