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Frances M. Mathis, Oral History, December 28, 2011

Collection number: MS.171-012

Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Frances M. Mathis, Gainesville, Georgia. December 28, 2011. Recorded 12/28/2011 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 5 audio files; 2:35:02 complete.


  • December 28, 2011



1.66 Gigabytes (6 audio files. 1 transcript.) : oral-hist_012_mathis-frances_bag ; 02:35:02 complete. 21 Files, 6 Folders. 1.66 GB (1,790,598,936 bytes)


From the Collection: English


Georgia–History–1865-; Oral history; Politics and culture; Women;

People Mentioned: Bertram Lance, Beth Moore, Betty Freidan, Bryan Herbert Reese, Burt Lance, Byron Herbert Reese, Carl Sanders, Caroline Jacobs, Choestoe, Choestoee, Eleanor Roosevelt, Eleanor, Ellis Arnall, Emmett Till, FDR, Frances Mathis, Frances Miller Mathis, Frances Verdie, Grady Miller, Greg Mathis, Howard “Bo” Callaway, Jack Lance, James Mathis, Jesus, JFK, Jimmy Carter, Kennedy, Ladia Burke, Lester Maddox, Lillian E. Smith, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Matt Dublic, Neal Deal, Obama, Paula Dean, Rosalyn Carter, Verdie Frances, Zell Miller,

Locations Mentioned: Alabama, Appalachian Trail, Atlanta, Augusta, Blairsville, Brasstown Bald, Buford, California, Charlotte, Choestoe, Clayton, Cleveland, Cornelia, Dahlonega, Dawson County, Delaware, Europe, Fort Benning, Gainesville, Georgia, Germany, Greenville, Guinea, Korea, LaGrange, Miami, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New York, North Georgia, North Pole, Rome, Ruby Falls, South Carolina, Union County, United States, Vietnam, Vogle State Park, Washington D.C., White House, Young Harris,

Organizations Mentioned: Air Force, Army, Baptist Church, Black Power , Black School and a Black Church, Brown v. Board of Education, Carters, Chatahoochee-Oconee Heritage Association, Church, Civil Rights Movement, CO, Commerce, Dawson County, Emory, First Baptist Church, FMM, Georgia State, Georgia University, Habersham Hardware, Harris College, LaGrange College, Lillian E. Smith Center, Mercer, Methodist Church , Methodist Church, Museum of Natural History, NPR, Poultry Science School, Rice House, Rotary Club, Sun Trust, Sunday School, Trust Bank, Trust Company, Union County, University of Georgia, White House, Women’s Movement, Young Harris College

Repository Details

Part of the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

Valdosta State University Archives, Odum Library
1500 N. Patterson St.
Valdosta GA 30601 United States
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