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Georgia--Politics and government

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Emory Bass Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-2
Scope and Contents Emory Pate Bass, born on 27 December, 1891, in Sumner, Georgia, became known as “the man who kept the fire alive in Washington” until Moody Air Force Base (closed from 1946-51) was reopened as a permanent base. He served in WWI as an officer and with Patton’s Third Army in Europe in WWII. Taking an active part in the American Legion, he served as State Commander in addition to serving as president of the local Rotary Club and as a two-term president of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Chamber of...
Dates: 1940 - 1966; Acquired: 1972

Ernest Vandiver - Campaign paper, 1958

 Item — Box 6, Item: 14
Collection number: Item 14
Scope and Contents

Newspaper put out by Ernest Vandivier while campaigning for governor. Quote across the top of the page reads: "No mixing of the races while I am your governor -- Vandiver."

Vandiver was the Governor of Georgia from 1959. until 1963.

Dates: 1958

Folder 4: Vivian Jones, 1983

 File — Box 5, Folder: 4
Collection number: 4
Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Vivian Jones re: H.B. 187 as it relates to the Board of Registrars in Valdosta.

Dates: 1983

Folder 9: National Women's Political Caucus, 1982 - 1983

 File — Box 4, Folder: 9
Collection number: 9
Scope and Contents

Newsletters and meeting minutes from the National Women's Political Caucus and the Georgia Women's Political Caucus, 1982-1983.

Dates: 1982 - 1983

Folder 11: Georgia Women's Political Caucus, 1983 - 1984

 File — Box 4, Folder: 11
Collection number: 11
Scope and Contents

Newsletters, notes, memos, and publications of the Georgia Womens Political Caucus, 1983-1984. Includes a publication titled, "Know Your Local Government."

Dates: 1983 - 1984

Folder 12: National Women's Political Conference, 1984 - 1987

 File — Box 4, Folder: 12
Collection number: 12
Scope and Contents

Newsletters, Meeting minutes, conference information, clippings, and handouts from the National Womens Political Caucus.

Two copies of Women's Political Times, a publication of the National Women's Political Caucus. January/February 1984 and Winter 1986.

Dates: 1984 - 1987

Folder 17: the Atlanta Journal, 1959-12-17

 File — Box 2, Folder: 17
Collection number: Folder 17
Scope and Contents

Newspaper clipping of articel written by Long concerning Morris Abram and public housing.

Dates: 1900 - 1989; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1970

Houseal photo and newspaper clippings (Electronic records), 1985 - 1987

Collection number: ca-004-er002
Scope and Contents

Two newspaper articles and one photograph of Willie Houseal. Houseal Moves Into Hotter Politics: District 1 Councilman Expects Heavy Scrutinization, Valdosta Daily Times, February 17, 1985; and "Houseal Elected Mayor Pro Tem," Valdosta Daily Times, 1987-03-06.

Dates: 1985 - 1987

J. Randall Walker Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-16
Scope and Contents John Randall Walker(February 23, 1874 – July 21, 1942) was a U.S. political figure from the state of Georgia. In 1912, Walker was elected to the 63rd United States Congress as a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives and served two additional terms in that seat until losing his bid for reelection in 1918. [He seems to have lived in Valdosta, Georgia, during some of the time he was in Congress] The Collection consists of one archival box (5" deep) of correspondence...
Dates: 1913-1917; Other: Majority of material found within 1915 - 1916; Acquired: 1967-02-16

Langdale Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-30
Scope and Contents Harley Langdale(1914-2013) graduated from Valdosta High School.He then attended the Citadel before transferring to the University of Georgia to study Forestry. He was the first person from Lowndes County to receive a BSF Degree in Forestry from UGA. Mr. Langdale became the third Registered Forester in the state of Georgia. He was actively engaged in practicing forestry and developing markets for forest products since 1937 and was a consistent leader in the industry for over 70 years. Under...
Dates: Acquired: 2003-05-16

MS134-003 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

Senator Tim Golden Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-143
Scope and Contents Tim Golden was a member of the Georgia House of Representatives from 1990-1998. Starting in 1998 Golden served Georgia as a Democratic Senator of the 8th District, and continued to serve his district despite his switch to the Republican Party in 2010. In 2014 he announced he would not be seeking reelection. An alumni of Valdosta State University, Golden served as Chairman of the Senate Insurance and Labor Committee, Vice-Chair of the Senate Finance Committee, which is charged with writing...
Dates: Majority of material found within 2000 - 2015

Thomas Edward Watson--The Jeffersonian

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-15
Scope and Contents The Jeffersonian was a weekly newspaper published by Jeffersonian Publishing, which was owned by Thomas E. Watson. The paper served to promote the Populist Party. Watson would use the paper as a platform for Watsons attacks against the Catholic church, African Americans, Jews, the League of Nations, President Woodrow Wilson, and the war effort in World War I. Watsons publications served an organized boycott and a federal prosecution for mailing obscene literature, and would not be silenced...
Dates: 1908-1911