Contains 19 Results:
Folder 1 contains a list of purchases of different hospitals and high schools.
Folder 2 contains letters written by M.E. Thompson to various people concerning the Smith property and other local properties in Valdosta, Georgia.
Folder 3 contains speeches given by M.E. Thompson over the radio on the WSB station. It also contains some speeches giver by Georgia judges, also over the radio.
Folder 4 contains a telegram declaring W.R. Neel the Director of the State Highway Department of Georgia. It also contains a list of where state highways are located in Georgia.
Folder 5 contains letters written by M.E. Thompson trying to obtain Georgia Tech and Georgia football tickets and other athletics tickets.
Folder 6 contains a grade report for M. E. Thompson Jr. from the University of Georgia. It also contains a letter written to M.E. Thompson by S. Walter Martin, who is a dean at the University of Georgia, notifying M. E. Thompson that his son is on academic probation.
Triplicate of vacant governmental positions and salaries for those positions.
Folder 6 contains a Statement of Financial Condition which could be the yearly budget and a record of spending of the Georgia State Treasury.
Folder 9 contains letters written by M. E. Thompson to various organizations asking for support in his 1960 campaign.
Folder 10 contains a bill telling how much money is owed to WGST Radio for airtime spent by M. E. Thompson.
Folder 11 contains newspaper clippings with a story about the importance of paving roads in Georgia and the support given by M. E. Thompson for this cause.
Contains a copy of The Warner Robins Press, dated August 6, 1948. The article "Paving Project is a Real Service" discusses the Warner Robins Lion Club's ability to secure a promise from M.E. Thompson to pave a street.
Folder 12 contains a notification of the passing of the Watershed Authority Act, which gave more water for farmer’s crops.
Contains correspondences pertaining to the extradition of Jacob Wilcox, a fugitive in Georgia from New Jersey. Includes two telegrams o the matter.
Contains letters written by M. E. Thompson to a magazine writer to show support for his article.
Contains news articles on Thompson's donation of his papers to the VSC archives