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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

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

Electronic Records: Letters of General Joseph R. Hawley written to Charles Dudley Warner, 1847-1896, November 11, 1929 - February 24, 1930, 2022

 File — ms67-er001_hawley_letters_1929-1930_bag.zip: [Barcode: 7C206BBA-8C40-FCB8-4F47-CE3DE34891C1]
Collection number: MS/67/ER001
Scope and Contents Letters of General Joseph R. Hawley held in the Valdosta State University ArchivesLetters of Joseph Hawley written to Charles Dudley Warren, lifelong friend and fellow newspaperman.Hawley's letters to Warren were published in the Hartford Daily Times from November of 1929 to February of 1930. The letters range from January of 1847 to May of 1896. The newspaper also has some biographical and narrative information. The time span covers Hawley’s...
Dates: 1847-1896; Publication: November 11, 1929 - February 24, 1930; Digitized: 2022