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Alabama Governor (1963-1967 : Wallace)

Overview
Works: 34 works in 34 publications in 1 language and 60 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Proclamations  Trials, litigation, etc 
Classifications: F326, 353.9761
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Most widely held works by Alabama
The promise of Alabama : Wallace administration, what it has done - where it is going. Official Alabama directory, attractions for tourists by Alabama ( Book )
1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Stand up for Alabama : official inaugural program, January 14, 1963, honoring Governor George C. Wallace, 1963-1967 by Alabama ( Book )
1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The inaugural address of Governor George C. Wallace, January 14, 1963, Montgomery, Alabama by Alabama ( Book )
1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Executive orders by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series consists of copies of the executive orders issued by the governor that were filed with the secretary of state. The orders began during the administration of Chauncey Sparks and continued through the administration of Guy Hunt
Governor's coastal mansion fund expenditure files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Alabama Act No. 489 of 1951 authorized the creation of the mansion fund to pay all expenses incident to the operation and maintenance of the official residence of the governor, including all provisions, servants, upkeep and other items, and also all expenses for public or official memorials, entertainment, travel, and other items incident of his office or authorized by the governor, excluding any personal household expenses of the governor or his immediate family. This series consists of records documenting the expenditure of mansion funds for the upkeep and maintenance of the coastal mansion at Gulf Shores. Typical records in this series include warrants, invoices and bills, copies of letters from the governor authorizing the expenditure of funds, and typed lists for each month detailing expenditures for the month. Information in these files includes date, amount of expenditure, reason for expenditure, company or individual being paid, beginning and ending monthly balance, total allotment, and total monthly disbursements. These records were created during the administrations of Governors George Corley Wallace (1963-1967 and 1971-1979), Lurleen Wallace (1967-1968), and Albert P. Brewer (1968-1971)
Address by Alabama ( Book )
1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Governor's contingency funds subsidiary ledgers by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Each year, the governor is appropriated funds to be used for the contingent expenses of the executive department and to be expended at the direction of the governor. This series consists of subsidiary ledgers documenting the expenditure of funds from the Governor's Mansion Fund (schedule SX-1-71), the Governor's Coastal Mansion Fund (schedule SX-1-70), the Governor's Controlled Contingency Fund (schedule SX-1-69), and the Governor's Emergency Fund (schedule SX-1-68). Expenditures from one or more funds may be included in each of the volumes in this series. Information in these ledgers includes total allotments, total disbursements, controlling accounts, vendor names, employee names, warrant number, date, and amount of expenditure. These records were created during the administrations of Governors James E. Folsom (1955-1959), John M. Patterson (1959-1963), George Corley Wallace (1963-1967 and 1971-1979), Lurleen Wallace (1967-1968), Albert P. Brewer (1968-1971) and Forrest Hood (Fob) James (1979-1983)
Governor George C. Wallace inaugural address, January 18, 1971 by Alabama ( Book )
1 edition published in 1971 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Legal advisors' files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series reflects the subjects and issues that were of top priority to the governor. Civil rights court cases, primarily dealing with school integration, are featured prominently among the records. Among the most notable legal suits documented are: Anthony Lee vs. Macon County Board of Education, Lurleen B. Wallace vs. United State of America, and Alabama NAACP State Conference Branches vs. George C. Wallace. There is considerable material pertaining to the Wallaces' legal battles in response to the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) mandate that welfare and education funding would be cut if Alabama did not comply with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Among the individuals who are featured prominently in the records of these cases are: HEW Secretary John W. Gardner; U.S. Commissioner of Education Harold Howe, II; Lawrence E. Crowder, Civil Rights Specialist with the U.S. Office of Education; Montgomery, Alabama, attorney Fred D. Gray; Macon, Georgia, attorney Charles J. Bloch; and Jackson, Mississippi, attorney John C. Satterfield
Administrative files by Alabama Academy of Honor ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, programs, invitations, photographs, scrapbooks, and other material. The records contain information on the establishment of the Academy and the procedures by which its function is carried out. The series contains biographical information on the members of the Academy, records of nominations, and voting ballots. Milo B. Howard served as the Academy's first executive secretary. Patricia J. Sweet succeeded him in this capacity. Dr. Emmett B. Carmichael was a correspondent
Message to the Legislature by Alabama ( Book )
1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Governor's emergency fund expenditure files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Within five days after the convening of each regular business session of the legislature, the governor is required to transmit to the legislature (an) appropriation bill(s) which sets forth the budget of the state's financial program for the next fiscal year (Ala. Code, Title 55, Section 93 [1958 Recompiled]). This appropriation bill sets out funds to be appropriated to the Governor's Emergency Fund (No. 122). The only requirement of this fund is that it be expended at the direction of the governor. (Examiners of Public Accounts Audit Reports for the Governor's Office, 1956-1970). This series consists of records documenting the expenditure of emergency funds by the governor. Typical records in this series include warrants, invoices and bills, copies of letters from the governor authorizing the expenditure of funds, and typed lists detailing expenditures for the month. Information in these files includes date, amount of expenditure, reason for expenditure, company or individual being paid, beginning and ending monthly balance, total monthly disbursements, and total allotment. Examples of funds expenditure include travel expenses, advertising, supplies and materials, and contributions to schools. These records were created during the administrations of Governors James E. Folsom (1955-1959), George Corley Wallace (1963-1967 and 1971-1979), Lurleen Wallace (1967-1968), and Albert P. Brewer (1968-1971)
Proclamation records by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The office of the Secretary of State is a constitutional office whose function is to authorize official government records by use of the Great Seal of Alabama
Administrative assistants' files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series reflects the subjects and issues that were of top priority to the governor. Civil rights court cases and other incidents are featured prominently among the records. Among the obvious civil rights topics are: Martin Luther King, Jr., Selma, Macon County, Lowndes County, Montgomery, integration of schools, voting rights, poll tax, and reapportionment. There is also information on the attempt by civil rights proponents to have the license of Alabama's educational television network revoked. Brewer's legal advisor Richard L. Holmes was involved in settling this dispute
Public relations files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series consists of correspondence, telegrams, clippings, photographs, reports, and publications that document the Governor's relationship with constituents and correspondents from other states. The records also document the Governor's interaction with governors of other states, Congressmen, the President of the United States, the vice-president, and other public officials and dignitaries. The series is divided into two sub-series: (1) general correspondence files and (2) Governor's Conference correspondence and material
Proclamations-commendations, and appreciations by Alabama ( )
in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series consists of proclamations made by the governor, attested by the secretary of state, and embossed with the state seal. The proclamations concern declarations of special days, weeks, and months devoted to such issues as health, agriculture, religion, transportation, historic preservation, music, drug abuse, conservation, and physical fitness and to such people as Jeremiah Denton, prisoners of war, senior citizens, and youth. Correspondence for or against specific proclamation topics is also included in this series
Administrative files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series consists of the administrative files from the gubernatorial administrations of three Alabama governors. The records of the administrations were interfiled which makes it impossible to separate them. They include correspondence, reports, publications, telegrams, newspaper clippings, and other material documenting activities in numerous state agencies; developments in the legislature; and events affecting the state
Governor's controlled contingency fund expenditure files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Within five days after the convening of each regular business session of the legislature, the governor is required to transmit to the legislature an appropriation bill which sets forth the budget of the state's financial program for the next fiscal year (Ala. Code Title 55, Section 93 [1958 Recompiled]). This appropriation bill sets out funds to be appropriated to the Governor's Controlled Contingency Fund (No. 118). This fund has no designated disbursement categories or classifications and is expended at the direction of the governor for a variety of purposes (Examiners of Public Accounts Audit Reports for the Governor's Office, 1956-1970). This series consists of records documenting the expenditure of contingency funds by the governor. Typical records in this series include warrants, invoices and bills, copies of letters from the governor authorizing the expenditure of funds, and typed lists detailing expenditures for the month. Examples of funds expenditures include: salaries, hotel bills, travel expenses, car rentals, and official parties and receptions. These records were created during the administrations of Governors James E. Folsom (1955-1959), John Patterson (1959-1963), George Corley Wallace (1963-1967 and 1971-1979), Lurleen Wallace (1967-1968), and Albert P. Brewer (1968-1971)
Legal case files by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This subseries consists of files created on cases involving or of interest to the governor. Types of material included are briefs, case exhibits, correspondence, affidavits, pleadings, and other documents used for litigation
Proclamations, commendations, and appreciations by Alabama ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This series consists of proclamations that were issued by Governors George C. Wallace, Lurleen B. Wallace, Albert P. Brewer, and Fob James recognizing events and activities coordinated by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel. Most of the proclamations recognize and proclaim Tourist Appreciation Week. Other events that the governors issued proclamations for were Discover America Planning Week, Alabama Camping Week, and Welcome to Alabama Season
 
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Alternative Names
Alabama. Governor, 1963- (Wallace)
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English (24)