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Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:

Popes Chapel United Methodist Church Collection

 Collection
Collection number: ER-2
Scope and Contents

Digitized collection of programs, photographs, and historical documents from Pope's Chapel Methodist Church, Founded in 1786 in Wilkes County, Tignall, Georgia, United States. 1960-2020.

Dates: 1955-2020

1860 United States Slave Schedules, Georgia

 Digital Collection
Collection number: 6405C63E-43A2-75BF-4F9A-AF72D44B8828

Alice Pendley, Oral history interview, March 10, 2012

 File
Collection number: MS/171-019
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Alice Pendley, Hampton, Georgia. March 10, 2012. Recorded 03/10/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 3 audio files; 02:23:52 complete.

Dates: March 10, 2012

Box 4: Alapaha General Store Manifest, 1851

 Box — Box 4
Collection number: Box 4
Scope and Contents

The Alapaha Store manifest is a handwritten accounting of the goods and customers that visited the Alapaha Store, a post road general store in Lakeland, Georgia, (which used to be called Alapaha. Alapaha became Milltown, which became Lakeland) between January - December, 1851. The manifest was repurposed as a scrapbook around 1870 and features newspaper clippings from national and regional papers with excerpts of poetry, bible sermons, and stories.  This item has been digitized on Vtext.

Dates: 1851

Carolyn Reynolds Parker, Interview, March 19, 2012

 File
Collection number: MS/171-016
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Carolyn Reynolds Parker, Greensboro, Georgia. March 19, 2012. Recorded 03/19/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 7 audio files; 05:09:53 complete.

Dates: March 19, 2012

Colored Voters Read: here is one instance of the treatment the Colored People of Georgia receive at the hands of the State Democratic Party. What evidence have the Negroes of this State that Schools will be provided for their children in case the Third Party gets Power?, 1894

 Book — Box 1, Book: 6
Collection number: MS/134-006
Scope and Contents

Broadside from Georgia Democratic Party to African-American voters, in which the Democrats attempt to say that they do more for black citizens than the Republicans. The figures are from 1893, so the broadside probably dates from 1894. Uncommon Georgia, race-related ephemera. (description by seller)

Dates: 1894

Committee for Georgia: Building Together, 1945

 Book — Box 1, Book: 7
Collection number: MS/134-007
Scope and Contents Four page (including covers) pamphlet on this biracial committee, founded in Georgia in 1945. This date is the only one on the pamphlet. The Committee for Georgia opposed racial discrimination in the broader context of related social problems of poverty, unemployment and inadequate education and medical care. Scarce ephemeral Georgia imprint showing early bi-racial co-operation for equal rights. (description by seller)Online access:...
Dates: 1945

Constance Curry, Oral History Interview, March 12, 2012

 File
Collection number: MS/171-003
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording and transcript for Constance Curry, Atlanta, Georgia, March 12, 2012. Recorded on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 4 audio files; 3:23:45 complete.

Dates: March 12, 2012

Deeds and Plats, Georgia

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-18
Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous residential and commercial deeds, platts, and maps from counties and towns in Southeast GA and Northeast FL. Places: Brunswick, Camden County, Nahunta, Ware County, Twiggs County, Brantley County, Glynn County, Colquitt County, Jacksonville. Dates range from 1803-1942. Digital image links are listed individually under Collection Digital Materials. The images are also accessible through https://vtext.valdosta.edu/xmlui/handle/10428/3945 .

Dates: 1767 - 1942

Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives, Public and Private, 2011-2012

 Collection
Collection number: MS-171
Scope and Contents

Oral History Collection: "Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives, Public and Private," created by Catherine Oglesby, Valdosta State University. Recorded in 2011-2012. Includes audio, transcripts, and photographs.

Dates: 2011-2012

Elect Marvin Griffin Governor: State Democratic Primary, 1962

 Book — Box 1, Book: 3
Collection number: MS/134-003
Scope and Contents

Marvin Griffin, a staunch segregationist, ran for Governor of Georgia in 1962 against Carl Sanders. Griffin used his segregationist credentionals openly and the Confederate flag on his letterhead reflects the famous and controversial change. Griffin's letter mentions Martin Luter King, the C(and)S Bank and the NAACP. Sanders won, prompting Griffin to say, "A lot of people that ate my barbecue didn't vote for me." (description by seller)

Dates: 1962

Ella Trammell and Thelma Newman, Oral History Interview, June 9, 2012

 File
Collection number: MS/171-024
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Ella Trammell, Atlanta, Georgia. June 9 2012. Recorded on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” Audio file not available.

Dates: June 9, 2012

Ella Trammell and Thelma Newman, Oral History Interview, 2012

 Digital Collection
Collection number: 9D240978-B985-1388-424F-FFCCC5DBBCD8

Evelyn Jordan, Oral History Interview, March 8, 2012

 File
Collection number: MS/171-009
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Margaret Broxton Lanier, Manchester, Georgia. January 29, 2012. Recorded 01/29/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 4 audio files; 3:58:36 complete.

Dates: March 8, 2012

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

 File
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.

Dates: December 28, 2011

Georgia Publications

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-63
Scope and Contents These papers consist of periodicals from Georgia in the 1800s to the early 1900s. Periodicals dated before and during the Civil War promote the view of pro-slavery and updates of the Confederate States during the war. After the war, the periodicals turn to more domestic issues, such as education for children and common medical issues.  Many of the periodicals contain information pertaining to agriculture and new ways and techniques to approach...
Dates: 1839 - 1979

Grace Hughes, Oral History Interview, February 19, 2012

 File
Collection number: MS/171-007
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Grace M. Hughes, Valdosta, Georgia. February 19, 2012. Recorded 03/06/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 6 audio files; 5:21:56 complete.

Dates: February 19, 2012

Hattie Mae Miller, Oral History, December 28, 2011

 File
Collection number: MS/171-014
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Hettie A. Park & Gwen Kelly, Thomasville, Georgia. January 22, 2011. Recorded 01/22/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 7 audio files; 06:16:27 complete.

Dates: December 28, 2011

Hettie A. Park and Gwen Kelly, Interview, January 22, 2011

 File
Collection number: MS/171-015
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Hettie A. Park & Gwen Kelly, Thomasville, Georgia. January 22, 2011. Recorded 01/22/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 7 audio files; 06:16:27 complete.

Dates: January 22, 2011