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Refugee Women's Network is a national nonprofit organization created by women for women in 1995, that focuses on enhancing refugee and immigrant women's strengths, skills, and courage through leadership training, education and advocacy. Its records, 1989-2012, consist of correspondence, minutes, printed material, financial records, artifacts, textiles, photographs, and sound and audiovisual recordings.
The records of the Retail Clerks International Association, Local 1063, 1947-1974, 1978, consist of a ledger of membership dues, a cash book of receipts and expenses, a book of minutes, testimony presented in an arbitration proceeding pertaining to a grievance against the Kroger Company and printed materials and photographs.
The collection consists of 161 agreements, 1941-1972, between various local unions of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union and employers.
The records of The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, Local 315 contain letters, agreements, printed material, lists and notes describing the Union's work with nine Atlanta companies during the years 1947-1969.
Richard M. Forbes papers, 1956-1980, include reading files, records related to Georgia State University's self-study reports, material regarding the Real Estate Department and School of Urban Life, and reports and studies about Atlanta planning.
Richard Rhodes was a lobbyist in the Georgia Legislature, focusing on gay and lesbian concerns. The papers include printed materials, newspaper clippings, correspondence, organizational minutes, bylaws and financial records, artifacts including buttons, hat, and textiles.
Riley Puckett (1894-1946), a vocalist, guitarist and banjo player, was one of the most recorded performers in early country music. He performed with many Atlanta area country groups and frequently on Atlanta radio. The collection consists of a brief biography of and list of recordings made by Riley Puckett, and nine photographic images of Puckett, his family, and contemporary country musicians.
Roberta Malavenda has worked as an educator, community consultant, social worker and community organizer advocating for child care and developmental disabilities rights. The Roberta Malavenda papers, 1978-1985, document her involvement in the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC), Georgia Women's Political Caucus (GWPC), and National Anti-Klan Network.
The Rowena Bailey Collection of Eastern Airlines materials, 1984-1991, consists of human resources, marketing, and training materials, phone directories, artifacts, and a small amount of correspondence.
Country musician Ruel Parker (1924-1991) played the fiddle, mandolin and bass with many groups and performed Atlanta and nationally broadcast radio programs. His papers contain news clippings, articles, and some biographical information about Parker and his brother, as well as eleven photographs of Parker and other country musicians.
The Sam Williams Collection for Research Atlanta, Central Atlanta Progress, and Atlanta Action Forum, 1969-2004, consists of published reports from various civic action groups regarding the state of Metropolitan Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia. There is also a small amount of news clippings. Sam Williams was a professor at Georgia State University's Andrew Young School of Public Policy.
The photographic collection of the Dean's Office Records of the School of Business Administration comprises 5 images, mainly black and white prints, documenting the college's library, midtown Atlanta, students, administration, and professors.
Scope and Contents of the Records
5 images related to Georgia State University, part of the records of the Dean's Office, School of Business Administration at Georgia State.
The collection documents the strike (1964-1965) at Atlanta's Scripto Corporation manufacturing plant. The records of the Scripto strike, 1963-1968, 1996, 1999 consist of contemporary legal and union documents, newspaper articles, and photographs. Transcripts of interviews conducted in 1996 and a published article round out the collection.
Second Sunday was an organization founded in 1992 by Dr. Maurice Franklin and J. Stacy Grayson as a discussion group for Black gay and bisexual men in Atlanta, Georgia. It was predominately active from 1992-2003, followed by a brief re-incorporation in 2007. The Second Sunday records, 1995-2007, contain a summary of the organization’s history, meeting notes, lists of committees and members, event flyers, newsletters, press coverage, bylaws, and photographs.
The collection consists of 78 agreements, 1960-1973, between various local unions of the Service Employees International Union and employers.
Sherry Shulman Sutton, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, has been active in Georgia politics since the 1970s when she became involved in the Equal Rights Amendment/Women's Rights movement. The collection consists of office files and artifacts related to Shery Sutton's political and social movement activities during the late 1970s and 1980s.
The Sisters of No Mercy, feminist theater troupe, performed for more than three years in the early 1980s. Scripts, newsletters, newspaper clippings, research materials and photographs make up the records of the Sisters of No Mercy's performances at activist and feminist events in the Atlanta, Georgia area.