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Nannette Curran, Oral History Interview, December 28, 2011

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Collection number: MS/171-002
 Nannette Carter Curran

Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording and Transcript for Nannette Carter Curran. Dillard, Georgia. December 28, 2011. Recorded 12/29/2011 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 6 audio files; 6:11:54 complete.

Dates

  • December 28, 2011

Creator

Extent

10.1 Gigabytes (6 audio files, 2 photos, 1 transcript) : oral-hist_002_curran-nannette_bag ; 6:11:54 complete. 25 Files, 6 Folders. 10.1 GB (10,905,478,967 bytes)

Language

From the Collection: English

Subjects

Kaltenborn, H. v. (Hans), 1878-1965; Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School; Rabun County (Ga.); Georgia State College for Women; Young Harris College; Georgia–History–1865-; Oral history; Politics and culture; Women;
People Mentioned: Addie Corn, Agnes Scott, Andrew Jackson Ritchie, Andrew Ritchie, Ann Hayward, Babe Ruth, Betty Friedan, Betty Grable, Bill Clinton, Billy Joe Stiles, Bobby Kennedy, Bobby Williams, Catherine Oglesby, Charles Elliot, Chris Curran, Christopher Curran, Claudia Derrick, Eisenhower, Eleanor Roosevelt, Elizabeth Taylor, Ester Williams, FDR, Gene Talmadge, George Truett, George Washington, Glenn Gould, Gloria Steinem, Greer Garson, H.V. Kaltonborn, Henry James, Herman Talmadge, Hitler, Ivan Allen, James B Williams, James Bond, Jefferson Mills, Jesus, Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Williams, John Carter, John Kennedy, Julian Bond, Kathleen Brown, Kennedy, Knox, Lillian Smith, Linda Aaron, Luke Clegg, Malcolm X, Martha Berry, Martin Luther King, Mary Hambidge, Mildred Bryan, Nan Pendergrast, Nancy Fichter, Nannette Curran, Obama, Paul Tillich, Paula Snelling, Reinhold Niebuhr, Richard Russell, Robert Kennedy, Robert Williams, Roslyn Bynum, Sam Massell, Shakespeare, Stalin, Steve Jobs, Steven Pinker, Sue Paulson, Susan Sontag, Truman, W.E.B. Debois, Walt Disney, Walter Scott, Will Hopkins, William James, William Williams, Willy Fortson,
Locations Mentioned: Afghanistan, Alabama, Appalachian, Asia, Athens, Atlanta, Austria, Baylor, Belgium, Berea, Black Rock Mountain, Boston, Brenau, Bryn Mawr, Cafe, Cambridge, Chicago, China, Claremont, Clayton, Dallas, Decatur, Dunwoody, Emory Campus, Emory, Europe, Florida, Franklin NC, Fulton Country Court System, Gainesville, Georgia, Glenn Memorial, Greenville, Habersham County, Hiawasee, Hiawassee, Hiawassi, Huntsville, Iceland, Ieper, Kentucky, Koinonia, Korea, Lakeview, Laural Falls Camp, Laural Falls, Ledford Road Dillard, Macedonia, Macon, Marietta, Massachusetts, Memorial Methodist Church, Milledgeville, Mountain City Playhouse, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Norfolk, North Carolina, North Decatur Mall, North Decatur Road, North Druid Hills Road, North Georgia Hills Road, North Georgia, North, Ocala, Orlando, Oxford, Pearl, Peru, Plains, Princeton, Rabun Bald, Rabun County, Rabun Gap, Rabun, Richs, Rossville, Sandy Springs, South America, South Carolina, South, St. James, Tallahassee, Tea Room, Tennessee Valley, Texas, Tielhard de Chardin, Toccoa, Towns County, Turkey, United States, Vanderbilt, Vietnam, Virginia, Washington D.C., Washington, Westminster, Woman’s Missionary Union,
Organizations Mentioned: AKC, All Saints, Army, Arrow Corporation, Auxiliary Services, Baptist Church, Baptist, Baylor, Board of Trustees at Young Harris, Bynum House, C.I.A., Cadillac, Chevrolet Impala, City Council, Clayton Tribune, Coca Cola, Corrections Department, Dartmouth, Delta, Druid Hills High School, Emory Business School, Emory, Episcopal Church, FBI, First Baptist Church, Florida State, Ford Foundation, GA State, Georgia Department of Labor, Georgia Power, Georgia State College, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, GSCW Georgia Women’s College, Hargrett Library, Hartsfield, Harvard, Highlander School, Highlanders Folk School, House, IBM, Jefferson GA, Jimmy Carter Campaign, King, KKK, Labor Department, Labor, LBJ, League of Women Voters, Lillian Smith Center, Lillian Smith Foundations, LPN, Mainstreet, Marvin’s Cafe, Mercer University, Methodist , Methodist Church, Methodists Church, MIT, Navy, New York Times, New York Yankees, Odyssey, Presbyterian Church, PTA, Rabun County High School, Rabun Gap Nachoochee School, Rabun Gap Nacoochee School, Rabun Gap School, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee school, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee, Rabun Gap/Nagoochie School, Rabun Gap, Rabun- Gap Nacoochee School, Rabun- Gap Nacoochee, Richs Department Store, SNCC, Souls of Black Folk, Spinoza, Suntrust, Time magazine, TVA, UGA, University of Florida, University of GA, University of Georgia Law school, University of Georgia Law School, University of Georgia, University, Vanderbilt, Volkswagen, Walgreens, Church,

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Repository Details

Part of the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

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