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Chris Carroll is a real estate broker and women's policy activist in Atlanta, Georgia, who served as a board member for the Women's Policy Group, 1992-2011. Her papers consist of correspondence, handwritten notes, meeting agendas and minutes, reports and other printed material, and financial records, primarily documenting the Women's Policy Group.
The Chris Sewell Collection primarily contains materials related to lyricist Johnny Mercer. The materials are dated between 1947 and 1997.
Chris Valley had a long career at Families First, a non-profit family service agency based in Atlanta, serving as Vice President for Program Development and Chief Administrative Officer. His papers, 1962-2009, consist of correspondence and printed material, including reports, periodicals and articles, pamphlets and publicity material, programs and invitations, and procedural documents that document Families First and other aspects of his professional career.
Former GSU Popular Music Archivist Chris Paton donated this collection that consists of two (2) Tab drinking glasses.
The Citizens' Fact Finding Movement was a statewide self-examination led by seventeen organizations. Its records, 1937-1940, consist of publications produced by the organization, including reports on the penal system; taxation; politics; religious, civic and social institutions; and a wide range of economic issues.
Country musician Clayton McMichen (1900-1970) performed as a fiddler on WSB Radio in Atlanta from 1922 and recorded with the Skillet Lickers from 1926. He had an active career after leaving Atlanta in 1931, later fronting the Georgia Wildcats and retiring from music in 1955.
The Clinton O. Cabe papers consist of 23 oversized newspaper clippings from 1919 regarding Bogalusa, Louisiana, company town of the Great Southern Lumber Company.
The papers consist of a transcript of Clyde Johnson, as interviewed by H. L. Mitchell (1976).
The Collection on James Broughton, 1992-1995, 2009-2013, undated, includes material related to the film Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton, including interviews created for the documentary, and material related to the centennial celebration of the poet and filmmaker (1913-1999), held at Georgia State University. The collection includes ephemera, compact discs, a DVD, and digital files.
The Columbus, Georgia, Labor Temple sereved as the headquarters for organized labor in Columbus Georgia during the 20th century. The Columbus Labor Temple (Columbus, Ga.) records consist of membership lists, correspondence, photographs, minutes, awards, agreements, apprenticeship materials, financial records, bylaws, real estate records, and jurisdictional decisions.
One folder, containing one copy of the script, three programs, and one review of the Los Angeles production Come Rain or Come Shine.
The Comic Books collection primarily contains comic books from a variety of genres, such as Superheroes, Romance, and others. It includes comic books from several publishers such as DC Comics, Marvel, Charlton, Archie Enterprise, as well as many imprint and independent publishers. They date from 1944 to 2020 with the majority from the 1970s to 1990s.
Originally formed in 1938, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) is the largest union of communications workers in the United States. Joseph A. Beirne served was the founding President of CWA, who served for more than 30 years. The collection consists of one commemorative plate with Mr. Beirne's portrait.
Communications Workers of America was formed in 1938. The collection consists of 31 agreements, 1948-1977, between various local unions of the Communications Workers of America and communication or manufacturing employers.
The Communications Workers of America, District 3 records, 1941-1985, consist of proceedings, minutes, constitutions and reports of the National Federation Telephone Workers and the Communication Workers. Founded in 1947, the CWA represents telephone and other workers throughout the United States.
Communication Workers of America, Local 3204 (Atlanta, Ga.) represents employees of Southern Bell in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Its office records consist mainly of correspondence (1966-1971), which concerns grievances, conventions, and agreements, and minutes, news releases and reports.