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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

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

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

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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

Letter, 1944 July 27: From Josephine Wilkins of Citizen's Fact-Finding Move, 1944-07-27

 Book — Box 1, Book: 5
Collection number: MS/134-005
Scope and Contents This letter is from Josephine Wilkins, to Calhoun Georgia newspaper editor, J. Roy McGinty. In the letter she congratulates him on the Georgia Press Association's recognition of his editorial entitled "Negroes Civil Rights". Other subjects mentioned include the League of Women Voters, and county consolidation. Josephine Wilkins was involved in several different movements associated with human welfare. (description by seller) For more background information concerning Ms. Wilkins and a pdf...
Dates: 1944-07-27

Nan Schwab Pendergrast, Oral history interview, March 13, 2012

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Collection number: MS/171-018
Scope and Contents

Oral History Audio Recording for Nan Schwab Pendergrast, Atlanta, Georgia. March 13, 2012. Recorded 03/13/2012 on Olympus Digital Recorder. Interviewed by Catherine Oglesby. “Dimensions of Personal Politics in the Deep South: Georgia Women Review their Lives.” 7 audio files; 07:10:10 complete.

Dates: March 13, 2012

William W. Knight Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-52
Abstract

William W. Knight was born around 1829 in what is today Berrien County, Ga.  He married Mary E. Carroll in 1855 and they conceived a daughter, Lillian Melissa, on March 22, 1862.

Knight was the son of Levi Knight and Ann Clements/Herrin.

He enlisted in the army on October 1, 1861.  Knight served in the 29th GA infantry in company K.

He was 6 feet in height, with dark hair and blue eyes. 

He died December 27, 1863.

Dates: 1861-1863; Acquired: 1985-01-03