Now showing items 703-722 of 1939

    • Interview with Mildred Merriweather and Gail Evers, September 16, 1999 

      Center, Beverly; Davis, LaDoris (2018-12-21)
      Oral history interview with Mathis family descendant Mildred Merriweather for the Mable House.
    • Interview with Pope Barrow McIntire 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-18)
      Sound recording of a telephone interview digitized from audiocassette with Pope Barrow McIntire by Hugh L. Gordon. McIntire was a partner of the King & Spalding law firm from 1953 to his retirement in 1987. He worked with ...
    • Interview with Richard M. Drabant 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-12)
      Sound recording digitized from an audiocassette of a telephone interview between Richard M. Drabant and Hugh L. Gordon. They discuss Drabant's education at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University, his employment ...
    • Interview with Sherman A. Martin 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-17)
      Sound recording digitized from an audiocassette of an interview with Sherman A. Martin by Hugh L. Gordon. Martin is a former executive with Lockheed Martin, working at both the Burbank and Marietta locations during his ...
    • Interview with Sue Dominy 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-12)
      Sound recording digitized from an audiocassette of a telephone interview between Sue Dominy and Hugh L. Gordon. Sue worked in the employment office at Lockheed-Georgia and discusses hiring practices for African Americans ...
    • Interview with Thomas K. Hamall 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-12)
      Sound recording digitized from an audiocassette of an interview between Thomas K. Hamall and Hugh L. Gordon. Hamall briefly recounts his upbringing and education, then moves on to his work experience. He worked in a number ...
    • Interview with Victor L. Priebe 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-24)
      Sound recording digitized from an audiocassette of a telephone interview with Victor L. Priebe by Hugh L. Gordon. Priebe discusses his work as part of the organization, Jobs Now, from its conception in 1967-1968 to its end ...
    • Interview with Wade Mitchell 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-24)
      Sound recording digitized from an audiocassette of interview with Wade Mitchell by Hugh L. Gordon. Mitchell discusses his career with The Trust Company of Georgia from 1962 to 1993, particularly the years following 1968.
    • Interview with William Layburn 

      Gordon, Hugh L. (1922- ). (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-08-17)
      Sound recording of a telephone interview digitized from audiocassette with William Layburn and Hugh L. Gordon. Layburn, who worked in the Personnel Department for Western Electric in Atlanta in the 1960s, discusses his ...
    • "Introduction to 'Producing America's Buried Treasure'" 

      Georgia Marble Company (2019-03-08)
    • Invitation to dedication of Lake Acworth Beach, August 12, 1953 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • Isham Stanley Pickens and William Pickens Stanley 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • J. F. Collins' Son advertisement 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-03-22)
    • J. F. Collins' Son ambulance service advertisement 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • J. F. Collins' Sons advertisement, 1929 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • J. O. McCray 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-03-22)
    • J. T. and Eastine Smith 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • J. W. "Walt" Newberry (center) and others 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • J. W. McMillan family portrait 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)
    • Jack Fowler and Kirk Jolly at the Acworth Police Department 

      Save Acworth History Foundation (2019-06-23)