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Thu Oct 16 17:52:07 2014 UTClccn-n20100482340.00Southline Press, Inc. photographs,0.631.00Photographs of Texas and Lawton, Okla.,130425000n 2010048234nc-southline press incSouthline Press, Incnp-ingram, judith allenIngram, Judith Allennp-rainwater, hattieRainwater, Hattienp-conrad, charlesConrad, Charleslccn-n85149419Atlanta University Center (Ga.)lccn-n87927953Parks, Rosa1913-2005nc-georgia league of women votersGeorgia League of Women Votersnc-wax & facts atlanta gaWax & Facts (Atlanta, Ga.)np-hale, patriciaHale, Patricialccn-n88180293Georgia State UniversityDivision of Continuing EducationDavis, MyrtleRecords and correspondenceGeorgiaGeorgia--AtlantaWomenGeorgia--Atlanta--BuckheadEmployeesHenderson, Vivian Wilson,Manners and customsAtlanta University Center (Ga.)Wilkins, Dominique,Advertising, PoliticalLovelace, Alice,Georgia State UniversityStoner, Jesse Benjamin,Emory UniversityHoward, BillyGeorgia--Forsyth CountyPrisonersArrington, Marvin SFowler, Wyche,OklahomaPortman, John CalvinFamiliesWyoming--ChugwaterWyoming--LaramieRanchingNorton, Eleanor HolmesHarris, BarbaraAtlanta Braves (Baseball team)Young Women's Christian associationsKelly, KenChildress, AliceTexasBanks, CarolynHousingWyomingMiller, Zell,Civil rights movementsWyoming--BurnsDavis, MaryOral historyEvans, AndreaPrison riotsRadio personalitiesBrooks, TyroneSegregationClark, BettyHoward, PierreChurch buildingsPauley, Frances Freeborn,African American educators1981199277711ocn031906600mix19811.00Davis, MyrtleMyrtle Davis :Commercials used during Davis' campaign for the 1981 city council election in Atlanta, Georgia11ocn191822666mix0.47Wyoming Heritage and Contemporary Values ProjectWyoming Heritage and Contemporary Values Project recordsThe collection contains transcripts of oral history interviews with women living in southeastern Wyoming, including the towns of Laramie, Cheyenne, and Wheatland, as well as smaller communities in the area. Included are professional women, ranch women, an African-American woman, and a Hispanic woman. The interviewers seek information on the women's attitudes about such issues as birth control, as well as stories of their lives11ocn315854038mix1.00Davis, MyrtleThe Myrtle Davis collection of World War I LettersRecords and correspondenceThe letters are from two World War I soldiers, Sergeant Charles Conrad, who was sent to Camp Gordon, Georgia from May-December 1918, and Corporal Albert F. Robbins, who was deployed to France and Italy from April 1917-April 1918, to Miss Myrtle Davis of Barberton, Ohio. Conrad's letters to Davis provide detailed descriptions of camp life and what it was like to be in love, but separated by war. The letters from Robbins give insights on what it meant to be a soldier sent to Europe and observations he made about his own life as he faced the possibility of combat. This collection includes 125 letters, 16 postcards, and 15 photographs, as well as several ephemeral items included in the letters11ocn038728016mix19920.47Dove, PearliePearlie Dove oral history interviewThe collection consists of an oral history interview with Pearlie Dove on April 9, 1992 in which she describes her career in education; Dr. A.A. MacPheeters; Dr. Reese Hughes and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE); Clark University; Association of Student Teachers; American Association of Colleges; 1970 statement on multicultural education; Phi Delta Kappa; chronology of career at Clark; educational background; Dr. Vivian Wilson Henderson; career opportunities for students; open admissions; cultural activities at the university; school desegregation in Atlanta; preparing student teachers for desegregation; student teaching as an opportunity for new experiences; de facto segregation; the Atlanta Project; teaching associations and the NAACP; Dove's work with Phyllis Wheatley YWCA; black organizations/institutions involvement in politics; June Cofer; Atlanta Journal-Constitution; Atlanta University Center; Ruby Blackburn; Hattie Rainwater; Georgia League of Women Voters; Negro Cultural League; and Myrtle Davis11ocn650086643visu1.00Photographs of Texas and Lawton, OklaPhotographsOriginal family photographs, with little description, many images taken in Texas or Oklahoma11ocn055058131mix0.47Ingram, Judith AllenMarymal Dryden--Judith Allen Ingram collectionConference proceedingsThe collection consists of scrapbooks papers, press clippings, photographs and evaluations from events presented by the Division of Continuing Education at Georgia State University11ocn032196986visuSouthline Press, IncSouthline Press, Inc. photographsThis collection contains images of people, places, and events, most of whom were represented in news stories and other features in Southline. Images of people include political and civic leaders, religious leaders, professionals, entertainers, journalists and authors, athletes, and the general public. Among the photographs are images of Marvin Arrington, Roy Barnes, Julian Bond, Mike Bowers, Bill Campbell, Shirley Franklin, Pierre Howard, Maynard Jackson, Joseph Lowry, Billy McKinney, Benjamin Mays, Tom Murphy, Pat Swindall, and Hosea Williams. Most of the images depict members of the Georgia General Assembly. Photographs of locations include Agnes Scott College, Atlanta City Hall, Atlanta Water Works, Big Bethel Church on Auburn Avenue, Biltmore Hotel, the Center for Disease Control, Emory University, General Motors Assembly Plant in Doraville, Georgia, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and Stone Mountain. All of the images of geographic locations were taken in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Images of events include a demonstration by Ku Klux Klan members in Forsyth County, anti-abortion protestors, a riot of Cuban prisoners at the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, anti death penalty protestors, and a parade against celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King, JrThu Oct 16 15:37:30 EDT 2014batch9172