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1 Title:   John L. Green papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Green, James Lafayette, Jr., 1929-  
  Dates:   1923-1974  
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The papers consist of budgetary materials; a rather comprehensive section of materials on University buildings, dealing chiefly with maintenance, requests for modification, new construction, and building usage, of particular interest are the records pertaining to the construction of the Georgia Center for Continuing Education; departmental files; financial reports; materials documenting Green's role with the Board of Regents; and records dealing with Physical Plant operations, Teacher's Retirement, and Vocational Education.
 
  Identifier:   UA92-256  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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2 Title:   John Dixon Bolton papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Bolton, John Dixon  
  Dates:   1913-1969  
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The Financial Materials examine the entire fiscal process of the university, from Budget Requests through final audit and financial reports for the fiscal year. Also present on this series are working papers, rough drafts, reports, support documents and related correspondence. These records are substantially complete from the late 1940s through the early 1960s, and reflect best the marked growth of the University and the Comptroller's Office. Also present are copies of bound Proposed Budgets. The Administrative Subject Files include research contracts at the University from 1944-1956; documents on personnel training agreements for World War I; and a wealth of correspondence, including a letter to Eddie Rickenbacker, letters from Sen. Richard Russell and J. Edgar Hoover. The Personnel Materials include the State Security Questionnaires and loyalty oaths from 1954-1959. There is also a subject file and salary information. The Board of Regents material focuses on the Physical Plant aspects of the Comptroller's Office, with special emphasis on the physical properties of the University. Of special interest is the documentation for the period of growth and expansion which took place at the University from the mid 1950s through the early 1960s. There is also a copy of a 1934 inventory of physical holdings of the University. The Athletic Association material includes a complete financial record of the Association from the early 1950s through the early 1960s. The most important portion are the administrative subject file which contains a wealth of correspondence and materials from the 1940s to the 1960s. Two files of material on Sanford Stadium and one file of contracts 1913-60 are also available. The Personal Papers are organized into an alphabetized subject /correspondence file, and includes correspondence with the Bolton family and friends. There are also materials dealing with Mr. Bolton's various affiliations, including Kiwanis, Athens Country Club, Masonic Lodge, and various other professional and social groups.
 
  Identifier:   UA92-196  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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3 Title:   Steadman V. Sanford papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Sanford, Steadman Vincent, 1871-1945  
  Dates:   1918-1945  
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The Presidential papers (1918-1945) of Steadman V. Sanford housed in the University of Georgia Archives represent a small volume of the S. V. Sanford papers total. The bulk of the papers can be found in the Manuscripts Division of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library (MS 1578). The papers chronicle Dr. Sanford's involvement with the organization and growth of the Southern Athletic Conference, and with collegiate athletics as manifested at the University of Georgia and regionally in the Southeast; document Dr. Sanford's role in reorganizing higher education in the State of Georgia and the installation of a statewide Board of Regents in 1932; document Sanford's tenure as Chancellor of the Board of Regents, as well as his interactions as University President; highlight Dr. Sanford's work in standardizing high school curricula in Georgia; and document the Religious Welfare Conference: Religious life at the University of Georgia in the 1930s.
 
  Identifier:   UA97-097  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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4 Title:   Student Government Association (SGA) records  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   University of Georgia. Student Government Association  
  Dates:   1989-2010  
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The Student Government Association (SGA) records consists of three series: "General Administrative Materials", "Allocations" and "Scrapbooks". The first series, "General Administrative Material", holds general information about the organization, such as minutes and brochures, along with photographs. These documents were originally in binders and date from 1995 to 2010. The second series, "Allocations", covers financial allotments given to small clubs and organizations at the University of Georgia. The materials in this series were also originally in binders and cover the years 1996-2006. The third series, "Scrapbooks", holds photographs and other organizational memorabilia. The pages which date from 1989 to 2010 have been removed from the actual scrapbooks and are housed in oversized flat boxes.
 
  Identifier:   UA10-039  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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5 Title:   Harmon W. Caldwell papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Caldwell, Harmon White  
  Dates:   1927-1950  
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The Caldwell papers represent the emergence of the modern executive philosophy guiding the modern State University. Because, for the first time, a filing schema has survived intact, there has been no need for reorganization of the papers to facilitate user access, and the original provenance has thus been more or less preserved. The papers break down into four broad series as follows: Series 1: Administrative Subject/Correspondence File 1927-1949. This series encompasses the fullest scope of Caldwell's myriad duties as University President, and comprises 75% by bulk of the volume of the collection. Included are extended subseries treating the University building program, the "Cocking Affair", the higher education of blacks in Georgia, the emerging Landscape Architecture program, the increasing role of agricultural research in the postwar South, the early standardization of Senior Class rings, the emergence of the University Center in Georgia, the vitality of the newly created University of Georgia Press, and the WPA Georgia Writers Project. Series 2: Board of Regents Files 1932-1949. This series documents interactions between Caldwell as University President and the state Board of Regents. Series 3: Wartime Administrative Files, 1940-1948. This series follows the multiple hats which Caldwell wore in his various roles in support of America's involvement in World War II. It is further organized into separate sub-series covering the following specific functions: Civilian Defense/Selective Service/U.S. Armed Forces/War Program/Army Specialized Training Corps/Navy Training School/Personnel-Savannah Unit. Series 4: UGA Personnel Files 1937-1950. This is an alpha-ordered set of University personnel files for the indicated years (it is not comprehensive).
 
  Identifier:   UA97-098  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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6 Title:   Harmon Caldwell papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Caldwell, Harmon White  
  Dates:   1916-1991  
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The collection consists of correspondence, financial papers, photographs, speeches and writings, and printed material arranged in alphabetical order by name or subject. Although the bulk of the material concerns Caldwell's career, some are paersonal and family papers and consist of correspondence with his parents, his brother Alvin, and various aunts, uncles and cousins, including Hattie Dunlop who apparently suffered from paranoia. The farm papers deal with a house and land in Meriwether County that had been in the Caldwell family for many years. Caldwell took it over in 1940, made many improvements, and considered it his legal residence. Boxes 48-50 contain Caldwell's personal financial papers. Of special interest are the Board of Regents papers; Walter Cocking controversy, Ty Cobb and the Cobb Educational Foundation; Berry College papers; the Wallace Butts football scandal; and the papers of the colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia with their various achievements or problems. Correspondents include Omer Clyde Aderhold, Walter Blackstock, Callaway family (Pine Mountain, Ga.), Lamar Dodd, Stewart Gelders, Hodgson family (Athens, Ga.), Joseph Winthrop Holley, John Alton Hosch, Lucy Stanley MacArthur, Moina Michael, Jonathan Clark Rogers, Steadman Vincent Sanford, Hughes Spalding, and Herman Talmadge.
 
  Identifier:   ms2909  
  Repository:   University of Georgia Archives  
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