Georgia -- Politics and government
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains copies of correspondence written to United States Senator from Georgia Alexander Clay Stephens from constituents and associates. Most of the letters are requesting favors for military or political appointments.
This collection contains notes, correspondence, and business documentation related to Allen Jones' work in the Atlanta Executive Network, Helping Hands, Log Cabin Republicans, and Young Republicans groups. Materials also include select personal records such as a family newsletter and images of awards Jones received.
This collection consists of papers and publications related to the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in Atlanta, Georgia. Series I includes gay and lesbian publications from Atlanta,the Southeast, and nationwide. Series II consists of business and organization papers pertaining to gay rights and AIDS. Series III includes personal papers of gay and lesbian activists in Atlanta and Georgia.
This collection contains a scrapbook compiled by Bessie Duke Small and miscellaneous ephemeral materials. The scrapbook includes newspaper clippings primarily regarding the Democratic Party and various political events.
This collection consists of a single scrapbook containing newspaper clippings. Topics collected include state and national politics; consolidation of Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the Atlanta Business League; Atlanta Horse Show; Atlanta Lecture Association; and religion.
This scrapbook of newspaper clippings contains general news items about the state of Georgia, state politics, and the debate over the coinage of silver.
This collection is comprised of a single scrapbook pertaining primarily to newsworthy events in Atlanta, Georgia.
This collection includes public relations photographs of the Georgia General Assembly and the United States Army that include images of Georgia Representative Hamilton Lokey and other unidentified Georgia politicians. The photographed events include a junket to St. Simons Island, Georgia, visits to the Lockheed plant in Marietta, and to the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Other photographs are campaign photographs taken during parades, presumably in downtown Atlanta.
This collection contains certificates issued to Henry Alexander to plead and practice before the United States Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of the state of Georgia and membership and charter from the American Legion for Fulton County, Post Department of Georgia No. 134.
This collection contains four letters to Hoke Smith while he was Governor of Georgia. The letters concern multiple subjects, including a request to be appointed oil inspector for Carrollton, Georgia; the National Civic Congress; real estate assessments; and the Royal Council of Italy.
This scrapbook contains clippings about Eugene Talmadge's first campaign for governor in 1933, his inauguration, and Governor Richard Rusell's final address to the Georgia general assembly.
This collection contains six scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and ephemeral materials. Of particular interest is a copy of the speech by Dorsey to Governor Slaton in response to the motion to dismiss filed in behalf of Leo M. Frank.
This collection contains minutes of the State House and Senate in Milledgeville, Georgia, for 1864 and various papers of E. A. Perkins who married into the Hunter family. The minute book ledger was kept by Ed Walker who later ran a general store in Milledgeville. The papers of Edward A. Perkins include insurance policies, patents on an insect exterminator, harness attachment, and lightning pea planter, a drawing, and a memorial resolution, among other material.