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Howard H. (Bo) Callaway Papers

Howard H. (Bo) Callaway Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Howard H. (Bo) Callaway Papers
Creator: Callaway, Howard H. (Howard Hollis), 1927-
Inclusive Dates: 1947-2006
Language(s): English
Extent: 112 box(es) (67 linear feet, 571 photographs, 12 scrapbooks, 13 audiovisual items)
Collection Number: RBRL015HHC
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The collection consists of personal and political papers of Howard H. (Bo) Callaway from 1947 to 1993. Includes congressional files containing press releases, subject files, and correspondence; political files containing campaign material from his 1966 bid for Governor of Georgia, state and national Republican Committee material, and 1968 Nixon campaign material; personal files reflecting Callaway's involvement in private organizations; and scrapbooks recording his activities as Secretary of the Army.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Howard Hollis (Bo) Callaway was born in LaGrange, Georgia, on April 2, 1927. He attended Georgia Tech for one year and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1949. That same year he married Elizabeth Walton, and they had five children.

Following his release from the service and from active duty in Korea in 1952, Callaway assumed the administration of Callaway Gardens at Pine Mountain, Georgia. From that time forward, Callaway established a long list of accomplishments in service, including membership on the National 4-H Service Committee, the Georgia State 4-H Advisory Committee, and the National Council of Boy Scouts, and trusteeships on the Ida Cason Callaway Foundation, the National Safety Council, the National Recreation Association, and the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge. At one time, he held the position of President for two millionaire businessmen's groups: the World President's Organization and the Young President's Organization. Callaway's interest in educational excellence was reflected in his service for twelve years as the youngest member of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, and as Chairman of its Education Committee.

Callaway was the first Republican elected to Congress from Georgia since Reconstruction. He represented the Third District of Georgia from 1965 to 1966. In 1966, he ran for Governor of Georgia and was a strong contender in the race. Due to a Democratic write-in effort following the primaries, the November election was three-way, and ended in a choice by the legislature of the leading Democratic candidate, Lester Maddox.

In 1967, Callaway was elected Republican National Committeeman for Georgia and was selected by Richard Nixon in 1968 to head his presidential campaign in the South. Following Nixon's election as President, Callaway had an influential voice in political appointments, both state and national. From 1973 to 1975 he was U.S. Secretary of the Army under President Gerald Ford's administration, and he was campaign manager for the President Ford Committee, 1975-1976.

Upon leaving Washington, D.C. in 1975, Callaway turned his sights westward and became CEO of Crested Butte (Colorado) Mountain Resort, a position he held until 2003. In 1980 Callaway was a candidate for the Republican primary for U.S. Senate from Colorado and he chaired the Colorado Republican Committee from 1981 to 1987. He was chairman of GOPAC from 1987 to 1993. In September 1993, he returned to Callaway Gardens as President and Chief Executive Officer as well as Chairman of the Board. In January 1995, he stepped down as President but continued to serve as Chairman until 2003, when his son Edward was named to that position.

Callaway died Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Columbus, Georgia, at the age of 86.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of personal and political papers of Howard H. (Bo) Callaway from 1965-1975. There are congressional files containing press releases, subject files, and correspondence; political files containing campaign material from his 1966 bid for Governor of Georgia, state and national Republican Committee material, and 1968 Nixon campaign material; personal files reflecting Callaway's involvement in private organizations; and scrapbooks recording his activities as Secretary of the Army. Also included are photographs, artifacts, and audiovisual materials (see separate finding aid for AV).

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are organized into eight series: I. Congressional, II. Political, III. Personal, IV. Secretary of the Army, V. Virginia Hollis Callaway, VI. Photographs, VII. Artifacts, VIII. Audiovisual Materials.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Howard H. (Bo) Callaway Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Notes

Photographs, audiovisual materials, and artifacts are separated for preservation. The artifacts are assigned identification numbers; however, the numbers are not consecutive.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2008.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Audiovisual materials
Congressional records.
Garden Club of Georgia.
Georgia -- State Highway Board.
Governors -- Georgia -- Election.
Legislators -- United States.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
Political campaigns -- Georgia.
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1968.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


I. Congressional

15 box(es)
(7.5 linear feet)
The press files include news releases from Callaway's congressional office, his monthly newsletter to constituents, articles written by or for Callaway for newspapers and magazines, notes on radio and television appearances, and a number of speeches delivered on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. Worthy of note is Callaway's work on electronic data processing. Two trips to Vietnam by Callaway are documented, and the series contains a handwritten diary kept by him during his trip to the Soviet Union. The name file has also been referred to as a cross-reference file since it consists of duplicate copies of outgoing correspondence filed by the surname of the person addressed. The subject heading is typed at the top, but the subject files are not contained in the collection. The name file is fragmentary, with large gaps existing in the alphabetical sequence. Subjects treated in the correspondence relate to congressional bills, constituent requests, and routine matters. Information on Callaway's race for governor is also documented.

A. Press Files

I.A.1 1Washington Report [Callaway newsletter], 1965-1966
I.A.1 2Legislative Questionnaire, 1966 March
I.A.1 3"Meet the Press", 1966 July 31
I.A.1 4Callaway wins National Association of Broadcasters Award, 1966 September
I.A.1 5Editorial on Callaway Amendment to Civil Rights Bill, 1966 August 12
I.A.1 6News release - Treatment of war prisoners in Vietnam, 1966 July 25
I.A.1 7News release - Billy Blair, 1966 June 8
I.A.1 8News release - Statement about Talmadge, 1966 May 22
I.A.1 9News release - Address by Callaway to State Republican Convention, Macon, Georgia, 1966 May 6
I.A.1 10News release - Congressman Callaway to go to Vietman, 1966 May 4
I.A.1 11News release - Army procedure on death notification, 1966 February 25
I.A.1 12News release - Callaway receives mail on Vietnam, 1966 April 22
I.A.1 13News release - Thomas Sharman, British Consul, 1966 February 16
I.A.1 14News release - Poultry Statement, 1966 February 16
I.A.1 15News release - Comments on defeat of 14 (b) Taft-Hartley Repeal, 1966 February 10
I.A.1 16-17 Radio and Television, 1966
I.A.1 18Radio Tape Recordings, 1965-1966
I.A.1 19Miscellaneous articles, 1965-1966
I.A.1 20Congratulations to Peanut Industry, 1966 February 11
I.A.1 21Bulldog Award - National Association of Businessmen, 1966
I.A.1 22Georgia Trumpet articles, 1965-1966
I.A.1 23Young Republican Rally articles, 1965-1966
I.A.1 24Congressional Record inserts, 1965
I.A.1 25Newspaper correspondence, 1965
I.A.1 26Biography of Bo Callaway, 1965
I.A.1 27-30 Fulton County Republican Advocate, Georgia Bell Notes, The Free Society, YAF Challenger articles, 1965
I.A.1 31Law Day article, 1965
I.A.1 32Legislative Questionnaire, 1965
I.A.1 33Washington Report - Callaway newsletter, 1965
I.A.1 34News Release - Callaway writes President on Haiphong Vietnam, 1965 December 1
I.A.1 35News Release - Young Republican Dinner Speech, 1965 November 8
I.A.1 36News Release - Callaway news conference on Russia, 1965 November 1
I.A.1 37News Release - Callaway announces WRAMA [Warner Robins Air Material Area] additions, 1965 October 13
I.A.1 38News Release - Callaway plans trip to Russia, 1965 October 13
I.A.1 39News Release - Minimum wage postponed, 1965 October 8
I.A.1 40News Release - "Draft Callaway for Governor", 1965 October 5
I.A.2 1News Release - Proposed airmobility increase, 1965 November 29
I.A.2 2News Release - Governors' veto clause in poverty bill, 1965 September 15
I.A.2 3News Release - Callaway praises American youth, 1965 September 13
I.A.2 4News Release - Flint River project passed by committee, 1965 September 2
I.A.2 5News Release - Twiggs County hospital, 1965 August 31
I.A.2 6News Release - ACA (Americans for Constitutional Action) rating, 1965 August 4
I.A.2 7News Release - repeal section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act, 1965 July 29
I.A.2 8News Release - Poultry Loan Testimony, 1965 July 28
I.A.2 9News Release - Callaway questions poverty program, 1965 July 21
I.A.2 10News Release - 14(b) Taft-Hartley letter, 1965 July 21
I.A.2 11News Release - Administration pressure in congress, 1965 July 20
I.A.2 12News Release - Callaway favors military pay raise, 1965 July 19
I.A.2 13News Release - Callaway debates voting rights, 1965 July 7
I.A.2 14Guns magazine statement on right to bear arms
I.A.2 15News Release - Speech on Vietnam, 1965 June 17
I.A.2 16News Release - notice of news conference, 1965 June 8
I.A.2 17News Release - Callaway plans trip to Vietnam, 1965 June 3
I.A.2 18News Release - 14(b) testimony Taft-Hartley bill, 1965 June 3
I.A.2 19News Release - Mrs. Callaway active in politics, 1965 May 6
I.A.2 20News Release - Callaway supports funds for Vietnam, 1965 May 5
I.A.2 21News Release - Callaway announces military hospital, 1965 April 26
I.A.2 22News Release - 11th air assault, 1965 April 21
I.A.2 23News Release - J. R. Allen is Lane Bryant nominee, 1965 April 19
I.A.2 24News Release - Callaway schedule (Easter), 1965 April 14
I.A.2 25News Release - Callaway on Vietnam Policy shift, 1965 April 8
I.A.2 26News Release - Callaway on Today Show, 1965 April 5
I.A.2 27News Release - Melinda Fry in Cherry Blossom Court, 1965 April 5
I.A.2 28Letter to HEW on integration, 1965 May 17
I.A.2 29News Release - Testimony on Voting Rights bill, 1965 March 29
I.A.2 30News Release - Americans for Constitutional Action - voting rights, 1965 March 25
I.A.2 31News Release - President's voting rights bill, 1965 March 18
I.A.2 32News Release - Jane Garvey State Department grant, 1965 March 11
I.A.2 33News Release - Callaway testifies on reapportionment, 1965 March 4
I.A.2 34News Release - National Rivers and Harbors Congress, 1965 March 4
I.A.2 35News Release - Task Force on Economic Opportunity, 1965 February 26
I.A.2 36News Release - Tribute to Tic Forrester, 1965 February 17
I.A.2 37News Release - Callway invites constituents to visit, 1965 February 8
I.A.2 38News Release - Callaway on Civil War Centennial Commission, 1965 February 3
I.A.2 39News Release - Reapportionment Speeches, 1965 February 10; March 5
I.A.2 40News Release - Callaway comments on Vietnam, 1965 February 8
I.A.2 41News Release - Callway comments on Congress, 1965 January 29
I.A.2 42News Release - Columbus schedule and Air Force scandal speech, 1965 February 5
I.A.2 43News Release - Callaway to speak at scout dinner, 1965 January 21
I.A.2 44News Release - 11th Air Assault Division, 1965 January 29
I.A.2 45News Release, 1965 January 21
I.A.2 46News Release - Merchant Marine Academy, 1965 January 21
I.A.2 47News Release - Callaway receives committee appointment, 1965 January 19
I.A.2 48News Release - Executive Committee of the National Republican Congressional Committee, 1965 January 15
I.A.2 49News Release - Callaway supports reapportionment amendment, 1965 January 18
I.A.2 50News Release - Dean Burch resignation, 1965 January 12
I.A.2 51News Release - Postmaster appointment, Columbus, Georgia, 1965 January 8
I.A.2 52News Release - Military Constuction Project, Robins Air Force Base, 1965 January 6
I.A.2 53News Release - Callaway installed in congress, 1965 January 4
I.A.2 54News Release - Articles for the Georgia Young Republicans, 1965 March
I.A.2 55News Release - Republican Voting Rights Bill, 1965 April 7
I.A.2 56Callway takes submarine trip, 1965 March 4
I.A.2 57Congressional Record inserts
I.A.2 58"Callaway for Congress" News Releases, 1964 September-November 2

B. Subject Files

I.B.1 1A.C.A. (Americans for Constitutional Action), A.D.A. (Americans for Democratic Action) and C.O.P.E. (AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education) ratings, 1965-1966
I.B.1 2Bibb County, 1965
I.B.1 3Bishop, Norman, 1965-1966
I.B.1 4Boy Scout Week, 1965 February 7-13
I.B.1 5Committee on Committees, 1965-1966
I.B.1 6-7 Congressional orientation visit to Norfolk, Virginia and cruise in U.S.S. Nathanael Greene, 1965 February 18-20
I.B.1 8Congressional Record distribution list, 1965
I.B.1 9Contributions, 1965
I.B.1 10-14 Electronic Data Processing Committee, 1965-1966
I.B.1 15House Republican Task Force on Economic Opportunity, 1965
I.B.1 16-17 House Republican Task Force on Education, 1965
I.B.1 18Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee resignation, 1965
I.B.2 1Ideas for Campaign, 1965
I.B.2 2Pardridge, William - Economic Inequities, 1965
I.B.2 3Pickett, Roscoe, 1966
I.B.2 4-5 Republican National Committee Coordinating Committee's Task Force on the Functions of the Federal, State, and Local Governments, 1965
I.B.2 6-9 S.O.S. Club - Callaway Gardens, 1966-1970
I.B.2 10Thank You's (Political), 1965
I.B.2 11U.S.S.R. Trip, 1965 October
I.B.2 12-13 Vietnam Trip, 1965 June
I.B.2 14Vietnam Trip, 1966 May
I.B.2 15Voting and Attendance, 89th Congress, 1966
I.B.2 16Y.A.F. (Young Americans for Freedom), 1965-1966
I.B.2 17Young Republicans, 1966
I.B.2 18Young Republican Leadership Training School, 1966

C. Name Files

I.C.1 1-12 A-B, 1966
I.C.2 1-5 C-D, 1966
I.C.3 1-6 E-Ha, 1966
I.C.4 1-10 Hc-K, 1966
I.C.5 1-6 L-M, 1966
I.C.6 1-6 N-R, 1966
I.C.7 1-4 S, 1966
I.C.8 1-5 T-Z, 1966
I.C.9 1-16 Cu-Ho, 1965
I.C.10 1-13 N-Sm, 1965
I.C.11 1-16 Sn-Z, 1965

II. Political

52 box(es)
(25.75 linear feet)
The first set of records cover Callaway's congressional campaign in 1964 and gubernatorial campaign in 1966. They are divided into subject files, press files, legislative files, districts and counties, and clippings. The legislative files include profiles on members of the Georgia General Assembly which were drafted by Callaway's staff when it became apparent that the choice for governor would be made by that body. The clippings are extensive and are filed under several categories, including names, issues, and dates. They represent out-of-state publications, as well as many major Georgia newspapers. The Republican Party files document Callaway's work with the Republican National Committee, and his interaction with state and local party leaders-in Georgia . The sub-series is divided into two segments: National Republican Party and the Republican Party of Georgia. Callaway's activities connected with the presidential election of 1968 are filed under the Republican Party of Georgia with the heading "Nixon for President." Also included are few files of correspondence documenting Callaway's time as chairman (1987-1993) of GOPAC, a national organization dedicated exclusively to electing Republicans to state and local offices.

A. Campaigns

1. Gubernatorial Campaign Subject Files
II.A.1 1ABC Year End Review
II.A.1 2Ballot Security
II.A.1 3Biography
II.A.1 4Bluebird Body Company - "Go Bo" Bus
II.A.1 5Breakfast - Riviera Hotel
II.A.1 6Certification for Governor
II.A.1 7Callaway - Personal
II.A.1 8Campaign Suggestions
II.A.1 9Canvass
II.A.1 10Christian Index questionnaire
II.A.1 11Contributions
II.A.1 12Conventions - Jaycees, Georgia Press Association, Georgia Association of Broadcasters
II.A.1 13Debate (TV) with Lester Maddox, 1966 October 16
II.A.1 14Dekalb Civitas Clubs, Druid Hills
II.A.1 15Democratic Party - General
II.A.1 16EDP - general correspondence [Data Processing/Computers in Politics]
II.A.1 17Engineers Luncheon
II.A.1 18Expenses - staff
II.A.1 19Falcons - Pittsburgh game
II.A.1 20Finance
II.A.2 1John H. Friend, Inc. [political opinion survey]
II.A.2 2Forms (Committee of 25)
II.A.2 3Georgia Legislature [correspondence]
II.A.2 4Annual Convention of the Georgia Municipal Association, 1966 June 21
II.A.2 5Georgia - zip codes
II.A.2 6Highways and Bridges [in Georgia in need of construction]
II.A.2 7Insurance
II.A.2 8Legal Files
II.A.2 9Maddox
II.A.2 10"Meet the Press"
II.A.2 11Munford, Dillard luncheon meeting
II.A.2 12Petitions - Ellis Arnold
II.A.2 13Post election files
II.A.2 14Post election files, November 8
II.A.2 15Primary
II.A.2 16Schedule
II.A.2 17Staff
II.A.3 1Marschalk Co. [advertising agency], 1966 July 13-December 13
II.A.3 2Marschalk Co. [advertising agency], 1966 June 22-September 9
II.A.3 3Storage
II.A.3 4Thompson, John I. & Co.
II.A.3 5Write-in Campaign
II.A.3 6Washington, D.C.
II.A.3 7Workshops
II.A.3 7Young Men for Callaway
II.A.41Vote Statistics - Fulton County Vote Analysis
II.A.42Vote Statistics (folder 1 of 3)
II.A.43Vote Statistics (folder 2 of 3)
II.A.44Vote Statistics (folder 3 of 3)
OS 21-4Vote Statistics [spreadsheets]
II.A.45Voter Survey
II.A.46Political Opinion Survey [John H. Friend, Inc.], 1966 May
II.A.51-17Ballot security, 1966
II.A.518Qualifying application
II.A.519Legal Papers from Second Supreme Court Case [Write-in votes]
2. Press Files , 1966-1967
II.A.6 1News Release - Let the People Decide, 1967 January 7
II.A.6 2News Release - Mac Pickard Resolution, 1967 January 3
II.A.6 3News Release - Will win in legislature, 1966 December 14
II.A.6 4News Release - Court decision, 1966 December 12
II.A.6 5News Release - Jim Gillis, Sr., 1966 December 15
II.A.6 6News Release - Legislators can back best man (not used), 1966 December 13
II.A.6 7News Release - Callaway claims vote gain, 1966 December 5
II.A.6 8News Release - Georgia Farmers support, 1966 December 3
II.A.6 9News Release - Election Board Hearings, 1966 December 1
II.A.6 10TV spots, 1966 November 7
II.A.6 11News Release - Education Meetings, 1966 November 30-December 2
II.A.6 12News Release - Muscogee County Advisory Committee, 1966 November 30
II.A.6 13News Release - Callaway addresses scout dinner, 1966 November 30
II.A.6 14News Release - Callaway visists Alto, 1966 November 30
II.A.6 15News Release - Mental Health Conference, 1966 November 29
II.A.6 16News Release - Children and Youth Conference, 1966 November 28
II.A.6 17News Release - Driving Statement plus Tech-Georgia Game, 1966 November 23, 25
II.A.6 18News Release - Callaway Governement Conference, 1966 November 26
II.A.6 19News Release - Georgia Retardation Center, 1966 November 22
II.A.6 20News Release - Thanksgiving Statement, 1966 November 24
II.A.6 21News Release - Statement on delays in choosing governor, 1966 November 23
II.A.6 22News Release - Respect for court orders, 1966 November 19
II.A.6 23News Release - Farm Bureau Convention Report, 1966 November 15
II.A.6 24News Release - Write-in, 1966 November 16
II.A.6 25News Release - People should elect governor, 1966 November 13-14
II.A.6 26News Release - Budget hearing with Bowdoin, 1966 November 13
II.A.6 27News Release - State will appeal court decision, 1966 November 12
II.A.6 28News Release - Swing through state - court decision, 1966 November 11
II.A.6 29News Release - Statement on election, 1966 November 10
II.A.6 30News Release - Last plea for votes, 1966 November 7
II.A.6 31News Release, 1966 November 7
II.A.6 32News Release - Lawyer Club speech, 1966 October 26
II.A.6 33News Release - Sen. Bateman to represent Callaway, 1966 November 4
II.A.6 34News Release - Atlanta Press Club, 1966 November 4
II.A.6 35News Release - Callaway Promises Industry Package, 1966 November 3
II.A.6 36News Release - Board of Regents Endorse Callaway, 1966 November 2
II.A.6 37News Release - H. W. Caldwell endorses Callaway, 1966 November 2
II.A.6 38News Release - Callaway promises to maintain poultry industry in Georgia, 1966 November 2
II.A.6 39News Release - Democrats for Callway, 1966 November 1
II.A.6 40News Release - Teachers pay raise, 1966 November 1
II.A.7 1-56 News Releases, 1966 July 4-October 31
II.A.8 1Campaign II
II.A.8 2DURA Letters
II.A.8 3Issues and Answers
II.A.8 4National campaigns
II.A.8 5Platform
II.A.8 6Production estimates
II.A.8 7Radio
II.A.8 8Rally, Atlanta, 1966 September 30
II.A.8 9Research - Marschalk
II.A.8 10Research - Speeches
II.A.8 11Telegrams
II.A.8 12Trade publication articles
3. Legislative Files (Profiles of Legislators) , 1966-1967
Information about each legislator regarding support for Bo Callaway or Lester Maddox for governor.
II.A.9 1-5Georgia House of Representatives - A-S
II.A.10 1Georgia House of Representatives - M-Z
II.A.10 2Georgia State Senate - A-Z
4. District and County Files, 1964, 1966
These files summarize the situation in regards to Callaway's campaigning in various districts and counties. Included in these files are correspondence, notes, reports, and district voting information.
II.A.11 County Files, 1964
II.A.12 1-2 First District and Chatham County
II.A.12 3Second District
II.A.12 4Third District
II.A.13 1-8 Fourth and Fifth Districts
II.A.14 1-11 Sixth and Seventh Districts
II.A.15 1-7 Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Districts
II.A.16 1-5 Districts 1-5
II.A.17 District and County Files [covers Callaway campaign in 1966 against Lester Maddox, plus information on the general assembly, congressional, and gubernatorial races in 1970]
5. Clippings
II.A.18 1Ellis Arnall
II.A.18 2Garland Byrd
II.A.18 3Jimmy Carter
II.A.18 4James Gray
II.A.18 5Peter Zack Geer, (Lt. Governor race)
II.A.18 6Lester Maddox
II.A.18 7Richard B. Russell, Jr.
II.A.18 8Also ran: Byrd, Gray, O'Kelley
II.A.18 9Congressional races: James Mackay, Charles Weltner, Ben Blackburn
II.A.18 10-11 Third District: Billy Mixon, Jack Brinkley, Erle Cocke
II.A.19 1Bo Callaway general
II.A.19 2Carl Sanders
II.A.19 3Ernest Vandiver
II.A.19 4Herman Talmadge
II.A.19 5Petition Clipping
II.A.19 6Georgia Affairs, National
II.A.20 1Callaway Amendment
II.A.20 2Issues, 1966 June-September
II.A.20 3Housing, Rent Supplements
II.A.20 4General, 1966 October
II.A.21 1-21966 October-November
II.A.22 1-31966 May-September
II.A.23Campaign Files [files documenting Callaway's congressional and gubernatorial campaigns], 1964, 1966

B. Republican Party

1. National Republican Party
II.B.1 1-3 Republican National Committee, 1971
II.B.1 4Correspondence - General, 1971
II.B.1 5Correspondence, 1969-1971
II.B.1 6Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 February-April
II.B.1 7Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 May
II.B.1 8Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 June
II.B.1 9Republican National Committee - Committee to reelect Richard Nixon, fundraiser in Columbus, 1972 July 6
II.B.1 10Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 July
II.B.1b 1Republican National Convention, Miami - Correspondence, 1972 August
II.B.1b 2Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 September
II.B.1b 3Republican National Committee - President Nixon visits Atlanta, 1972 October 12
II.B.1b 4Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 October
II.B.1b 5Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 November
II.B.1b 6Republican National Committee - Correspondence, 1972 December
II.B.2 1-5 Correspondence, 1970 June-December
II.B.3 1-5 Correspondence, 1970 January-May
II.B.4 1Nixon Appointments
II.B.4 2Nixon Inauguration, 1969 January 20
II.B.4 3Republican Newsletters, 1969-1970
II.B.4 4Republican National Committee, 1967-1968
II.B.4 5Republican National Committee - correspondence, 1973 January
II.B.4 6Republican National Committee - correspondence, 1973 February
II.B.4 7Republican National Committee - correspondence, 1973 March
II.B.4b 1Republican National Committee - correspondence, 1973 April
II.B.4b 2Republican National Committee - Salute to the President dinner, Atlanta, 1976 October 6
II.B.4b 3Republican National Committee, 1992-2005
2. Republican Party of Georgia
II.B.5 1Political Correspondence, 1971
II.B.5 2Political Correspondence, 1970
II.B.5 3-6 Political Correspondence, 1969 April-July
II.B.6 1Advertising Agencies, 1969-1970
II.B.6 2Spiro Agnew - Dinner, 1970
II.B.6 3Agriculture Project
II.B.6 4Oliver Bateman, 1969
II.B.6 5James L. Bentley, 1970
II.B.6 6Candidate Recruitment - Georgia, 1969-1971
II.B.6 7-8 Florence Cauble, 1969-1970
II.B.6 9Rodney Cook campaign for mayor, 1969
II.B.7 1Harry Dent, 1970-1972
II.B.7 2Peter Flanigan, 1969
II.B.7 3Bryce Harlow, 1969
II.B.7 4Brad Hays, 1969
II.B.7 5-6 Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1969-1970
II.B.7 7Internal Revenue - Tax exemption for private schools, 1970
II.B.7 8-13 Invitations, 1969-1972
II.B.8 1John N. Mitchell, 1970
II.B.8 2Nixon visits Atlanta, 1970 May 9
II.B.8 3Recommendations
II.B.8 4Carl Sanders
II.B.8 5Speech by Callaway to Association of Georgia County Commissioners, 1969 April 15
II.B.8 6Hal Suit, 1970
II.B.8 7Wiley Wasden, 1969
II.B.9 1Sustaining Membership Program [list of members], 1970
II.B.9 2-5 State Republican Party, 1968-1971
II.B.9 6Patronage, 1969
II.B.9 7-8 Southern Association of Republican Chairmen, 1969
II.B.10 1Official Tabulation of voting, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1968
II.B.10 2-4 Georgia Districts
II.B.10 5Out-of-State
II.B.10 6State Elections, 1970
II.B.10 7Elections, Harris County
II.B.10 8Mailing Lists
II.B.10 9Georgia senatorial appointment - David Gambrell
II.B.10 10Women's Federation
II.B.10 11Young Republicans
II.B.11 1-5 Correspondence, 1969 August-December
II.B.12 1-4 Correspondence, 1969 January-March, June-July
II.B.13 1-5 Correspondence, 1968 August-December
II.B.14 1-4 Correspondence, 1968 April-July
II.B.15 1-3 Correspondence, 1968 January-March
II.B.15 4Americans for Constitutional Action Ratings, 1967
II.B.15 5Mimi Austin, 1967-1968
II.B.15 6Bill Doughit and Felton Champion, 1968
II.B.15 7G. Paul Jones, 1968
II.B.15 8Georgia State Convention, 1968 May 4
II.B.15 9Non-Partisan Elections, 1968
II.B.15 10National Committeeman Race, 1967-1968
II.B.15 11Republican Newcomers - Georgia, 1968
II.B.16 1-8 Nixon for President, 1968
II.B.17 1Nixon for President - John Mitchell, 1968
II.B.17 2Nixon for President - Nolan Murrah, 1968
II.B.17 3-4 Richard Nixon Correspondence, 1968
II.B.17 5Nixon Congressional Dinner, 1968 May 31
II.B.17 6Ronald Reagan, 1968
II.B.17 7Nelson Rockefeller, 1968
II.B.17 8-9 Nixon-Agnew Committee southern region, 1968
II.B.17 10Herman Talmadge, 1968
II.B.17 11Nixon for President - volunteers, 1968
II.B.17 12Nixon-Agnew Campaign - George Wallace, 1968
II.B.18 1Georgia "Nixon for President" Budget, 1968
II.B.18 2Georgia "Nixon for President" Financing, 1968
II.B.18 3-5 Nixon-Agnew Committee Invoices, 1968
II.B.19 1Political Appointments - National, General, 1968-1970
II.B.19 2-9 Political Appointments - Cabinet: Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, HEW, HUD, Interior, Labor, State, 1968-1970
II.B.20 1Political Appointments - Procedures, 1968-1970
II.B.20 2Political Appointments - Georgia - General, 1968-1970
II.B.20 3-4 Political Appointments - Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), 1968-1970
II.B.20 5-6 Political Appointments - Agriculture, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC), Farmers Home Administration, 1968-1970
II.B.20 7Political Appointments - Cabinet Post Office Department, 1968-1970
II.B.20 8-9 Political Appointments - Post Office Department, Local Positions (GA), Post Office Construction (GA), 1968-1970
II.B.21 1Political Appointments - Cabinet Transportation, 1968-1970
II.B.21 2Political Appointments - Transportation - Delta Airlines, 1968-1970
II.B.21 3Political Appointments - Census, 1970
II.B.21 4-5 Political Appointments - Commissions, 1968-1970
II.B.21 6Political Appointments - FBI, 1968-1970
II.B.21 7Political Appointments - General Services Administration (GSA), 1968-1970
II.B.21 8Political Appointments - Independent Agencies, 1968-1970
II.B.21 9Political Appointments - U.S. Judgeship - Middle District of Georgia, 1968-1970
II.B.22 1-5 Political Appointments - U.S. District Courts, 1968-1970
II.B.22 6-8 Political Appointments - U.S. Marshall, 1968-1970
II.B.22 9Political Appointments - National - Miscellaneous
II.B.22 10Political Appointments - Small Business Administration, 1968-1970
II.B.22 11Political Appointments - Out-of-State, 1968-1996
II.B.23 1-6 Support for Callaway - Georgia Districts [National Committeeman Race], 1967
II.B.23 7Articles by Callaway [National Committeeman Race], 1967
II.B.23 8Callaway Voters [National Committeeman Race], 1967-1968
II.B.23 9Georgia Candidates [National Committeeman Race], 1968
II.B.23 10General Information [National Committeeman Race], 1967-1968
II.B.23 11Thompson Luncheon, 1967 October 6
II.B.23 12Excerpt from Callaway address to Los Angeles Rotary Club, 1967 July 7
II.B.24 1-5 Correspondence, 1967
II.B.246Bill Burson, 1967
II.B.247Congressional Contacts, 1967
II.B.248General - Georgia, 1967
II.B.249Claude Kirk, 1967
II.B.2410G. Paul Jones, 1967-1968
II.B.2411The Marshall Forest, Rome, Georgia, 1967
II.B.2412Congress - General, 1965-1966
II.B.2413Georgia Congressional Candidates, 1966
II.B.2414Georgia Republican Women, 1966
II.B.2415Miscellaneous - Georgia, 1966
II.B.2416Address by Callaway to State Republican Convention, Macon, Georgia, 1966 May 6
II.B.25 1-3 Invitations, 1967-1969
II.B.26 1Invitations, 1967-1968
II.B.27[GOPAC correspondence and President Ford Committee file] [letter signed by Gerald Ford removed], 1975-1989

III. Personal

18 box(es)
(9.5 linear feet)
The alpha subject files were kept by Callaway and include information on his activities and interests outside of the political arena. Most of these files cover the 1960s, 1967, and few files cover 1969 to 1971. The Freedom's Foundation files document Callaway's activities in this organization for several years, including his position as chairman of the board of trustees in 1967. The Young Presidents' Organization files contain correspondence, information on meetings of the Rebel Chapter and the entire organization, directors' meetings, and interaction with the staff. Callaway served as international president of the YPO from 1967 to 1968. Both the Freedom's Foundation and the Young Presidents' Organization maintained close relationships with the Republican Party. Thus, the files in the Personal and Political Series should be researched as a whole when documenting interaction between these groups. The investments files include Callaway's interests in Crested Butte, Colorado and Treasure Cay in the Bahamas.

A. Alpha-Subject Files

III.A.1 1A
III.A.1 2-3 Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, 1967-1969
III.A.1 4Ashcrofters Mountaineering School, 1967-1971
III.A.1 5Aspen Alps Apartment, 1969-1971
III.A.1 6Aspen Alps Club, 1969-1970
III.A.1 7Aspen Alps Property
III.A.1 8B
III.A.1 9Frank Barnett - National Strategy Information Center, 1969
III.A.1 10Blueberry List [Callaway sent blueberries from Callaway Gardens], 1970
III.A.1 11Bowlarama, 1969-1970
III.A.2 1C
III.A.2 2-3 Cason J. Callaway, 1963-1965
III.A.2 4Mrs. Cason J. Callaway [Virginia Hollis Hand birthday party], 1970 February 2
III.A.2 5Beth Callaway and children: Betsy and Howard, 1969
III.A.2 6Cason J. Callway, Jr., 1969
III.A.2 7Camp Sea Gull
III.A.2 8Candun Club, 1969
III.A.2 9W. D. Clifford [water ski association]
III.A.2 10Contributions, 1969-1971
III.A.3 1D
III.A.3 2Dr. Bill Dowda - House, 1969
III.A.3 3E
III.A.3 4Eighty-Ninth Club, 1969
III.A.3 5F
III.A.3 6G
III.A.3 7Georgia Motor Club, 1969
III.A.3 8H
III.A.3 9Paul Harvey, 1969
III.A.3 10Georgia State Chamber of Commerce, 1969
III.A.3 11Georgia Southern College, 1970
III.A.3 12Georgia Tech Foundation, 1962-1969
III.A.3 13Gettysburg Foundry Specialties Company, 1968-1970
III.A.3 14Gridiron Society, 1964-1970
III.A.3 15Harris County Betterment Association
III.A.3 16Harris County High School, 1970
III.A.3 17House, 1969
III.A.3 18House, 1959
III.A.4 1Infantry Museum, 1969-1971
III.A.4 2-5 Insurance, 1956-1971
III.A.5 1Invest in America National Council
III.A.5 2J
III.A.5 3James Pruitt
III.A.5 4R
III.A.5 5Racket Club, 1967
III.A.5 6S
III.A.5 7J. Morgan Smith [public relations]
III.A.5 8Southern Council on International and Public Affairs
III.A.5 9Stationary
III.A.5 10Bruce Sylvester [airplane pilot]
III.A.5 11Callaway Speeches, 1962-1970
III.A.5 12Schedules and correspondence for speeches, 1953-1964
III.A.6 1T
III.A.6 2Tennis Ranch
III.A.6 3Trust Company of Georgia
III.A.6 4U
III.A.6 5United Daughters of the Confederacy
III.A.6 6V
III.A.6 7W
III.A.6 8Westminster Schools
III.A.6 9World Wide Lecture Bureau, 1967
III.A.6 10X, Y, Z
III.A.6 11Personal correspondence, 1964-1965
III.A.6 12Tribute to Callaway, 1993
III.A.6 13Callaway Biography sent to Georgia Department of Archives and History
III.A.6 14Jerry Ford Celebrity Cup
III.A.6 15Personal Correspondence

B. Freedom's Foundation Files

III.B.1 1-3 Correspondence, 1970 June-December
III.B.2 1-3 Correspondence, January 1969-May 1970
III.B.3 1-3 Correspondence, 1967 September-1968 December
III.B.3 4Meeting at Callaway Gardens, 1968 May
III.B.4 1-2 Correspondence, 1967 January-August
III.B.4 3Congratulatory Letters, 1967 January-February
III.B.4 4Minutes and Treasurer Reports, 1967
III.B.4 5Radio Tapes

C. Young Presidents' Organization Files

III.C.1 1-2 Correspondence, 1970-1971
III.C.1 3Rebel Chapter Meeting, 1970 June
III.C.1 4Rebel Chapter, 1967-1968
III.C.1 5Rome, Italy Convention, 1970
III.C.1 6Headquarters Site, 1970
III.C.2 1East Central Area Conference, Callaway Gardens, 1969 October 22-25
III.C.2 2OEO [Office of Economic Opportunity] Project, 1969
III.C.2 3Correspondence, 1969
III.C.2 4HHC Expenses, 1967-1968
III.C.2 5Group Life Insurance
III.C.2 6Nominating Committee for officers
III.C.2 7Meeting Dates, 1967-1968
III.C.2 8Pace Seminar, 1968 October
III.C.2 9Overseas Seminars - Treasury Department, 1968
III.C.3 1Staff, 1967-1968
III.C.3 2San Juan Convention, 1968 March 31-April 6
III.C.3 3Executive Committee - Sun Valley, 1968 January 28-30
III.C.3 4Correspondence, 1968
III.C.4 1Convention - San Francisco, 1967 March 5-11
III.C.4 2Chapter Officers Meeting - New Orleans, 1967 May
III.C.4 3Board of Directors Meeting - Canada, 1967 July 2-6
III.C.4 4Pete Dupont correspondence, 1967
III.C.4 5-7 Correspondence, 1967 July-December
III.C.4 8Directors Meeting at Gardens, 1967 September 17-19
III.C.4 9Correspondence, 1967 July-August
III.C.5 1-4 Correspondence, 1967 January-June
III.C.6 1-29YPO files

D. Investment Files

III.D.1 1-7 Crested Butte, Colorado, 1970
III.D.1 8Crested Butte, Colorado, 1989
III.D.2 1-4 Crested Butte, Colorado, 1969
III.D.2 5Treasure Cay, Bahamas

IV. Secretary of the Army

6 box(es)
(5 linear feet), 12 scrapbooks
The twelve scrapbooks contain clippings, invitations, programs, telegrams, cartoons, editorials, presidential correspondence, and photographs. This series also includes press releases and memorabilia from various trips taken by Secretary and Mrs. Callaway. Taken together, they represent an excellent record of Callaway's service as Secretary of the Army from 1973 to 1975.
IV.11Panama Canal, 1973 November 9
IV.12Seventh Division Reactivation Ceremony, 1974 October 25-27
IV.13-4Panama Canal, undated
IV.15[Fort Meyer, Virginia], 1973 June 29
IV.16-7Europe Trip, 1973 July 6-22
IV.18[Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria], 1973 July
IV.19[Europe Trip], 1974 April
IV.110[Rothenburg, Germany], 1973
IV.111[Fort Carson, Colorado], 1972 August 18
IV.112[Kaiserslautern, Germany], 1974 April 30
IV.113[Frankfurt, Germany], 1973 July 10-11
IV.114[Baumholder, Germany], 1973 July 11
IV.115-16[Colorado Springs, Colorado], 1973 August 2-3
IV.117[Fort Rucker, Alabama], 1973 December
IV.118[Official Visit of Iranian Leaders to the United States], 1975 May
IV.119[Grand Forks, North Dakota], 1973 June 10
IV.120[Itineraries], 1973-1974
IV.121[Reports and Speeches], 1973-1975
IV.122[West Point, Georgia], 1975 June 6-8
IV.123[London, England], 1973 July
IV.124[Europe Trip], 1973 July 6-22
IV.125[Itineraries for Peru and Chile], 1973-1974
IV.126[Fort Richardson, Alaska], 1974
IV.127[Canal Zone Stamps], 1974
IV.128West Point Dam and Powerhouse Dedication, 1975
IV.129Speech File - Press Release, Statement, 1975
IV.2 1Scrapbook [microfilm available, MR #751], 1973 January-April
IV.2 2Scrapbook (Appointment) [microfilm available, MR #751], 1973 May
IV.2 3Scrapbook [microfilm available, MR #751], 1973 May-June
IV.2 4Scrapbook [microfilm available, MR #751], 1973 July-September
IV.2 5Scrapbook [microfilm available, MR #751], 1973 October-December
IV.3 6Scrapbook [microfilm available, MR #751], 1974 January-March
IV.3 7Scrapbook [microfilm available, MR #753], 1974 April-June
IV.3 8Scrapbook, 1974 July-September
IV.4 9Memorial to General Abrams, 1974 September
IV.4 10Scrapbook, 1974 October-December
IV.4 11Scrapbook, 1975 January-March
IV.4 12Scrapbook, 1975 April-June
IV.5 12Scrapbook [continued], 1975 April-June
IV.6 7-12Scrapbook [oversize pages]
OS1Spreadsheet, "783,014 end strength projection..., Happer Fiscal New Year", 1974 June 30

V. Virginia Hollis Hand Callaway Files

2 box(es)
(2 linear feet)
The Virginia Hollis Hand Callawy files document the activities of Bo Callaway's mother Virginia Callaway (1900-1995), including her involvement in the development of Georgia's highway wildflower program and her efforts to prevent the construction of highway I-185.
V.1 1-19Files related to the Garden Club of Georgia, Highway Wildflower Project, and construction of I-185
V.2 1-18Files related to the Garden Club of Georgia, Highway Wildflower Project, and construction of I-185

VI. Photographs

571 photograph(s)
This series consists of images documenting Callaway's activities as a Congressman, his 1966 gubernatorial campaign, personal investments and his military base visits as Secretary of the Army. Callaway is pictured with President Ford, Johnson, and Nixon among other prominent figures. Each photo is identified by a brief description, including date, size, and names of people pictured in the photo if available.
OS1HHC-PF-001Senator Walter George from Georgia. Signed, "To Cason Callaway, a green citizen of Georgia and my personal friend. Walter George", 1947 May 17. ((10x13") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-002Cason J. Callaway, Howard H. Callaway's father and founder of Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA, 1894-1961. (4 (8x10") b/w)
OS1HHC-PF-003Howard H. Callaway on the campaign trail for a seat in Congress, 1964 September-November. ((11x13"))
VI.1HHC-PF-004Howard H. Callaway Swearing in Ceremony for Congressman Howard H. Callaway, 1965 January 4. (5 (7x9") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-005Howard H. Callaway in front of the Capitol Building, 1965 January 21. ((3x5") b/w oval, (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-006Representative Howard H. Callaway with students and chaperones of Pine Mountain's Chipley Elementary School. Congressman John M. Murphy (NY) spontaneously joined the group for the photo as well (far right). Standing left to right: Brenda Bowen, Sonia Livingston, Mrs. Durham Hadley, Patsy Pearson, Mrs. Tom Livingston, Peggy Galle, Carol Guthrie, Sally Kimbrough, Donna Cross, Betsy Adams, Shirley Hadley, Mrs. John Wharton, Rep. Callaway, Mrs. Ronald Mullins, Mrs. Ruth Swint, Mrs. Fred Galle, Mrs. Bill Douthit, Bill Douthit, Mrs. Jack Adams, Mrs. A. D. Davis, Rep. John M. Murphy of New York. Sitting, back row: Ron Mullins, Donald Sivell, Robert Moore, Jerry Addison, Johny Whorton, Ed Douthit, Al Mullins, April 3, 1965. (5 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-007Representative Howard H. Callaway on a congressional trip to the Air Force Academy. NORAD Photo, 1965 Spring. (2 (8x10") colors, 9 (8x10") b/w, (4x5") b/w, (4x5") negative)
VI.1HHC-PF-008Congressman Howard H. Callaway with Congressman Don Clausen (R-CA) discussing Callaway's testimony on the Flint River Project before the House Public Works Committee, 1965 August 3. (4 (7x9") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-009Representative Howard H. Callaway visits Congressional Flying Club -trip to Fort Rucker. He and his wife are greeted at Cairns Army Airfield by Major General John T. Tolson and watch flight demonstrations and are briefed along with other members of the club. Photo by Kenneth Butler, Post Photo Lab, Fort Rucker, AL, 1965 August. (21 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-010Howard H. Callaway on a Congressional visit to U.S.S. WASP. Callaway along with 11 other Congressmen witnessed an Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) demonstration and Sikorsky SH3A "Sea King" helicopters among many other demonstrations. The visit was hosted by VADM C.E. Weakley of Atlantic Fleet, RADM W.N. Leonard of Group Bravo, CAPT G.E. Hartley of USS WASP, 1965 August 20-21. (14 (5x8") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-011Representative Howard H. Callaway on a Congressional visit to NASA, Houston, TX. Two Separate photos: 1) Walter Fruland, MSC Protocol Officer, holds a photo of the Apollo Spacecraft while explaining the Apollo program to Callaway. At right is a Lunar Excursion Module. 2) Paul E. Purser, Special Assistant to the MSC Director, discusses a model of a Gemini spacecraft with Callaway. NASA Photos, 1965 November 8. (4 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-012Congressman and Mrs. Howard H„ Callaway tour the Munich headquarters of Radio Free Europe Central News Room which broadcasts 24-hours to Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and Romania. Callaway was also interviewed by RFE reporter James Bryant from Macon, GA, 1965 December. (17 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-013Vice Admiral Long Lowrance, U.S. Navy, Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. U.S. Navy photo, Norfolk, VA, circa 1965. ((8x10"))
VI.1HHC-PF-014Congressmen with engineering backgrounds. Capitol Photo Service, Inc. Washington, D.C., 1965. ((8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-015Howard H. Callaway watching as kids of SeRoCo gives engraved cookie sheets to Congressmen George Koch and Everett Dirkensen. AP wire photo, 1965. (2 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-016U.S.S. Nathanael Greene (SSBN636) submarine, U.S. Navy and photos of Congressman Howard H. Callaway, Lester L. Wolff (mustache), William L. Dickinson being briefed by medical officer "Doc" Taggert about the nuclear submarine. Also a photo of the submarine signed "With Best Wishes, R. Eluispie." U.S. Navy Photos, 1965. (22 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") b/w signed)
VI.1HHC-PF-017Congressman Howard H. Callaway confers in Washington with Muscogee County Commission Chairman J. R. Allen, 1966 January 20. (3 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-018Howard H. Callaway with boyscout Dean Belcher, age 8, of Huntingtown, MD, who presented Callaway with a scout emblem lapel button in celebration of National Boyscout week. Also pictured are Mr. and Mrs. William F. Belcher, Dean's parents, 1966 February 7-13. (4 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-019The Columbus-Phoenix City-Fort Benning Chapter Association of the U.S. Army semi-annual general membership meeting and awards ceremony with guest speaker Howard H. Callaway. In photo of four men holding the awards are: Callaway, Charles Black, Military staff writer of the Columbus Enquirer, Sergeant Major Albert Sprately, AUSA Public Relations Representative, and Oscar L. Betts, Jr. President of the Chapter. There are photos of the men socializing and individually receiving their awards, 1966 March 7. (5 (5x7") b/w, 5 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-020Howard H. Callaway at the Broilercade sponsored by the National Broiler Council, 1966 March 8. ((6.5x8.5") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-021Congressman Howard H. Callaway opens mail bags of returned questionnaires, 1966 March. (12 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-022Co-op Extension Dinner attended by Representative and Mrs. Howard H. Callaway, 1966 May 8. (2 (5x7") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-023Howard H. Callaway on a trip to Vietnam - Government Operations Committee, 1966 May. (8 (2.5x3.5") color, 6 (3.5x5")color, 3 (8x10")b/w, (3.25x4.25") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-024Meet the Press show interviewing Representatives James D. Martin and Howard H. Callaway during gubernatorial campaigns. Reni Photos, 1966 July 31. (2 (7x9") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-025Don Reeds standing beside an enlarged photo of Howard H. Callaway, circa 1966 August 30. ((5x7") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-026Representative Howard H. Callaway accepts the "golden bulldog" award for his economy voting record from the National Associated Businessman, Inc., 1966 September 30. (3 (5x7"))
VI.1HHC-PF-027Congressman Howard H. Callaway receiving a National College Athletic Association Award (?), circa 1965-1966. (7 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-028Howard H. Callaway with sergeants from the U.S. Army Second Infantry Division. Sergeant Major Robert L. Brown and Ed B. Leaviett are pictured in the photos with Callaway, circa 1965-1966. (8 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") b/w signed)
VI.1HHC-PF-029Representative Howard H. Callaway with students and chaperones of W.B. Akins Wilkinson County High School, Irwinton, GA on the Capitol steps, circa 1965-1966. (9 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-030Howard H. Callaway with Congressional colleagues Jasper Dorsey, Elliot Hagan, Bob Stephens, Bob Sikes, and Tyus Butler, circa 1965-1966. (2 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-031Howard H. Callaway with four unidentified men in tuxedoes with carnation boutonnieres (possibly a wedding?), circa 1965-1966. ((8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-032Howard H. Callaway with three unidentified men outside wearing overcoats and holding a combination lock, circa 1965-1966. (3 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-033Howard H. Callaway with a marine, circa 1965-1966. (8 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-034Four "antique and classic" automobiles owned by E. L. Head, offered to Howard H. Callaway for use in a parade during his gubernatorial campaign in Fulton County, Districts 4 and 5 of Georgia, 1966. (4 (3.5x 5") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-035Howard H. Callaway Gubernatorial Campaign photos. Photo by Sam Bank of Product Commercial Architectural Photography, Columbus, GA, 1966. (6 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-036Congressman Howard H. Callaway formal portraits and family photos. Photos by David E. Meineke, Washington, D.C., 1966. (23 (8x10") b/w, (5x8") b/w)
SRHHC-PF-036Congressman Howard H. Callaway formal portrait. Photo by David E. Meineke, Washington, D.C., 1966. (negative)
VI.1HHC-PF-037Callaway-Chapin Campaign Headquarters with supporters holding up posters that says: "GO "BO" Callaway for Governor" and "Move Ahead with Ed, Ed Chapin for U.S. Congress." Two people pictured are Mrs. Myrtice M. Hurt (third from the left) and Edmond Woodruff Hurt (eigth from the left), 1966. (2 (8x10") b/w)
SRHHC-PF-037Callaway-Chapin Campaign Headquarters with supporters holding up posters that says: "GO "BO" Callaway for Governor" and "Move Ahead with Ed, Ed Chapin for U.S. Congress." Two people pictured are Mrs. Myrtice M. Hurt (third from the left) and Edmond Woodruff Hurt (eigth from the left), 1966. (negative)
VI.1HHC-PF-038Howard H. Callaway with President Gerald Ford, circa 1966. (4 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-039President Johnson greeting Young President's organization members in The White House Cabinet Room, 1967 February 8. (2 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-040Photos of the Dedication of the Freedoms Foundation Faith of Our Fathers Chapel, A Hall of Patriots (designed by Architect Gilles J. Hughes, A.I.A.) and walnut wood deacon's bench, 1967 April 30. (2 (8x10") b/w, (4x5") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-041Officers, Directors and Trustees of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. First row, seated left to right: James H. N. Waring, Jr., Downingtown, PA; Hon. Albert W. Hawkes, Palm Desert, CA; Arch L. Madsen, Salt Lake City, UT; Mrs. Ashmead White, Lubec, ME; Clifford Backstrand, Lancaster PA; James S. Copley, La Jolla, CA; Don Belding, Chairman, Board of Directors, Pacific Palisades, CA; Dr. Kenneth D. Wells, President, Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, PA; Hon, Howard H. Callaway, Chairman, Trustees, Pine Mountain, GA; Col. John H. Glenn, Jr., Timber Cove, Seabrook, TX; Rev. Dr. Edward L. R. Elson, Washington, D.C.; Wallace D. Hall, Rosemont, PA; U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Wallace D. Hall, Rosemont, PA. Middle row, left to right: Mrs. William Van Alen, Edgemont, PA; Lee Lockwood, Waco, TX; John B. Mills, Dallas, TX; Dr. Kevin McCann, Gettysburg, PA; Irving Feist, Newark, NJ; Gen. Bruce C. Clarke, Arlington, VA; Robert E. Allen, NY, NY; William M. Carr, San Francisco, CA; Mrs. Clifford F. Hood, NY, NY; Brewster C. Rhoads, Esq. Philadelphia, PA. Third row, left to right: Joseph R. Fugett, West Chester, PA; James W. Cothran, Bishopville, SC; Raymond J. Wean, Jr., Warren, OH; Admiral Arthur W. Radford, Washington D.C.; Walker L. Cisler, Detroit, MI; Arthur J. Morris, NY, 1967 September 9. ((8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-042Schoolboy David A. Wilson, 14 years old from Grantville, GA, who admires Representative Howard H. Callaway. From the Republican Party Files, photo representing District 6 support for Callaway, 1967. ((2.5x3.5") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-043Howard H. Callaway holding a wreath with the sign that reads "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated, Bo." The speculation about Callaway's death occurred after he lost the gubernatorial campaign of 1966, circa 1967. (3 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-044Freedoms Foundation photo of the Handbook and Headquarters at Valley Forge, PA, 1967. (4 (8x10") b/w, 2 (4x5") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-045Hon. and Mrs. Howard H. Callaway dressed in Eastern costumes on their trip to San Juan. Photos by Robert M. Jenney, 1968 April. ((8x10") color, 2 (3.5x5") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-046President Nixon and Howard H. Callaway - Callaway to campaign for Nixon in the South, circa 1968. (4 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-047Spiro Agnew portraits and family photos, 1968. (22 (8x10"))
VI.1HHC-PF-048Applicants for the position of U.S. Marshal, taken from the Republican Party Political Appointments File: W. L. Martin, Jr. of Hogansville, Everett E. Price of Savannah; George W. Darden III, Robert McCarthy of Augusta, Frank D. Kodras of Sandy Springs, 1969 October. (4 (2.5x3.5"), (3.75x4.75") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-049Villas at Treasure Cay, Bahamas, under construction for Howard H. Callaway - personal investment, circa 1969. (2 (3x5") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-050Applicants for the position of Postmaster, taken from the Republican Party Political Appointments File: Troy Lee Taylor of Duluth, Donald L. Collins of Birmingham, AL (Jim Godwin Studio photo), circa 1969. ((2.5x3.5") b/w, (3.75x5") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-051Hon. and Mrs. Howard H. Callaway and Albert Maxwell at a Young Presidents Organization Event, 1970 January 20. ((5x7") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-052Ret. U.S. Army General Lester S. Bork, photo from Republican Party File, 1970 March. ((2x2.75") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-053Howard H. Callaway and General Orwin C. Talbott, Commandant, U. S. Army Infantry School, Ft. Benning at a presentation of the Freedoms Foundation's George Washington Honor Medal to the Infantry School, 1970 April. (2 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-054Scenes at Crested Butte Ski Resort where Howard H. Callaway had personal investments, circa 1969-1970. (5 (8x10") b/w, (3.5x5") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-055Photo of Hoke O'Kelley, Jim Wilson, Governor Lester Maddox and A.B. Dover of Portland, OR that was sent to Howard H. Callaway by Jim Wilson who signed it "To Bo with all Good Wishes Sincerely Jim Wilson", circa 1967-1971. ((3x5") b/w)
OS1HHC-PF-056Andy Goodpaster with Secretary Howard H. Callaway at Sacer, Shape. "For Secretary of the Army Bo Callaway - It was a pleasure indeed to have you with us at SHAPE - With every good wish. July 1973 Andy Goodpaster", 1973 July 8. ((7.5x9.5") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-057Secretary of the Army Howard H. and Mrs. Callaway inspect Kitzingen AAF, Marne County Division in Scweinfurt, Germany, 1973 July 17. (14 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-058Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway visit to the home of the Airmobile Screaming Eagles, Ft. Campbell, KY in support of a volunteer army, 1973 September 13-14. (33 (8x10") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-059Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway visits the Miesau Army Depot, Rhine, Germany, 1973 October 1. (10 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-060Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway tours Camp Casey in Seoul, Korea, 1973 October 22-25. (13 (7.5x9.5") color, 2 (7.5x9") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-061Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway visits the Canal Zone, Panama. As Panama Canal President, Callaway inspects the canal zone and is impressed, 1973 November 9-13. (6 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-062The dedication ceremony of the M.V. General William J. Sutton ship. Album of photos presented from the officers and enlisted personnel, Curtis Bay USAR Center, Baltimore, MD, 1974 April 21. (2 (8x10") color, 30 (8x10") b/w, 5 (5x7") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-063Howard H. Callaway visiting and speaking at the Association of the United States Army, Northern Italy Chapter Dinner-Dance and base tour, USA SETAF, 1974 April 26-27. (17 (8x10") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-064Seventh Corps Sergeant's Morales' Club on a Europe Trip, 1974 April 28-May 3. (31 (8x10") b/w)
OS1HHC-PF-065Secretary Howard H. Callaway and his first team as Secretary of the Army. Left to right: Col. Charles W. Dyke, LTC William Roche, Col. Elvin Heiberg, LTC David M. Maddox, 1974 June 7. ((8x10") color)
VI.1HHC-PF-066Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway visiting the Elroy Alfaro Military Academy in Quito, Ecuador, 1974 July 15-17. (17 (5x8") b/w, 3 (5x7") b/w)
VI.1HHC-PF-067Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway viewing the military on Islade Pascua, Chile, 1974 July 23. (28 (7x9.5"))
VI.2HHC-PF-068Secretary of the Army .Howard H. Callaway visiting the U.S. Army Aviation Center, Ft. Rucker, AL, touring the base and speaking at the dedication of Pratt Hall and the AUSA Dinner, 1974 July. (29 (8x10") color)
VI.2HHC-PF-069Howard H. Callaway in bleachers beside Gerald Ford wearing pins that say "Go Army" at a Army v. Navy football game, 1974 November 30. ((10x13") b/w)
VI.2HHC-PF-070Secretary Howard H. Callaway's visit to Fort Campbell, Kentucky Army Base to assure the base that its future is safe from military cutbacks, 1974 December 2-3. (35 (8x10") color)
VI.2HHC-PF-071President Richard Nixon portraits and family photo, circa 1969-1974. (30 (8x10") b/w)
SRHHC-PF-071President Richard Nixon portraits, circa 1969-1974. (2 negatives)
VI.2HHC-PF-072Howard H. Callaway with Jimbo, signed "To "Bo" Callaway with all my Respect from Jimbo!" The Panama flag is in the background, circa 1974. ((8x10") color)
VI.2HHC-PF-073Photo of the jet used by Howard H. Callaway presented to him by his crew. Signed "To Secretary of the Army Callaway - From Your Crew" with signatures that seem to read as: "Robert L. Woodard, Jr., Capt., David L. Freeman, Maj., James Moraney (?), Albert L. Slot, staff", circa 1974. ((6.5x9.5") color)
VI.2HHC-PF-074Howard H. Callaway speaking to the Women's Task Force, 1975 April 28. ((8x10") b/w)
VI.2Unidentified photographs
OS1HHC-PF-075Tank crossing stream. Manpower Programs Division, ODCSPER, 1974 July 1. ((10x13") color)
OS1Photo album, Republican National Committee meeting in St. Louis, 1993 August
OS1Unidentified photographs [oversize]

VII. Artifacts

13 box(es)
(15.75 linear feet)
VII.1HHC-ART-01Membership Certificate for Callaway to the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center
OS1HHC-ART-02Baldy Cartoon: Baldy cartoon from The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Caption: "…a marriage from conviction this time or another one for convenience?..." , 1968 September 22
OS1HHC-ART-03Baldy Cartoon: Baldy cartoon from the Atlanta Constitution. Caption: me and the boys are moving in!" , 1968 September 20
OS1HHC-ART-04Bicentennial Commemoration: 9x13" colored pencil print of a Revolutionary drummer under the American flag. Title: "Bicentenario" (Bicentennial) Caption: "al amigo Bo Callaway, de Filardi" (to my friend Bo Callaway, from [artist's name]) Subtitle: "El ejercito de estados unidos—El Mundo, Puerto Rico" (the United States army—the World, Puerto Rico, 1975
MapcaseHHC-ART-05 Callaway Cartoon: yellow mat and a 10 ¾ x 16 ½ inch multi-colored cartoon of Uncle Sam whipping "FY 75 year end strength" with a "quality" board. Caption states: "Now let's get crackin' for FY 76" 1.5x3" gold plaque enclosed reads "The Honorable 'Bo' Callaway Secretary of the army; Mr. Recruiter; 1 July 1975; Done! Compliments of USAREC" , 1975 July
OS1HHC-ART-06 Callaway Cartoon: 14x20" inch cartoon of Callaway "A crackin' USAREC" past 208,000. Caption: "We did it!" 3.25x10" mustard green plaque stating "This memento is presented to the Honorable Howard H. Callaway to commemorate the attainment of the FY 75 year end strength for the Volunteer Army
MapcaseHHC-ART-07Callaway Cartoon: 31x41" cartoon of Callaway leading large army of volunteers, passing a billboard quoting Callaway, "We will probably be somewhere around 20,000 short as a rough guess when we end this fiscal year at the end of June." Callaway exclaims, "I did not know I said that"
VII.6HHC-ART-8Silver Platter: 10.75" circular silver platter engraved with Chile national emblem and following inscription: "El Comandante en Jefe del Ejercito de Chile al Secretario del Ejercito de los Estados Unidos de Norte Americano; Mr. Howard H. Callaway 23 de Julio de 1974." (The Commander in chief of the Chile army to the Secretary of the United States army) [missing], 1974 July 23
VII.5HHC-ART-11 Japan ground self defense force plaque: 6x8.5" cherry wood plaque with 5x7.5" gold plaque background with 1.25x3.25" American and Japanese flags at top, 4" circular silver, gold, blue, and red four star metal piece stating "Japan Ground Self Defense Force" in middle, and 1.5x3.5" plaque engraved with "To: Honorable Howard Callaway; Presented by General Toshiro Magari; Chief of Staff, GSFD, Japan 1973" at bottom. Plaque has hinged stand
VII.1HHC-ART-13Certificate of Appreciation from the Military Order of the World Wars; Presented to the Honorable Howard H. Callaway, Secretary of the Army, 7 August 1973
VII.1HHC-ART-14Lapel pins: ½ inch lapel pins. Gold lettering reads "Go Bo"
VII.1HHC-ART-15Callaway Congressional campaign leaflets: 3.5x7" red, white, and blue leaflets. Front is blue with picture of HHC and heading in white reads "Work and vote for Howard "Bo" (red) Callaway (white) for congress right for your rights and for Georgia's progress. (blue) from your third district." Back is blue and says "Bo Callaway for Congress" with six red stars. 13 points of biography. Red print states "Strong, able, dedicated to Georgia, her people, and a better future for our children." Picture of Beth and Bo Callaway
VII.1HHC-ART-16Callaway Georgia gubernatorial leaflets: 3.5x7" black gubernatorial campaign leaflets. Front is black with heading in blue "Go" and red and white letting "Bo" with small white lettering underneath stating "new life, new strength for Georgia" underneath is a picture of HHC. Back is white with black lettering "Elect Bo Callaway Governor" and biography of HHC. Bottom has black and white picture of Callaway with his wife and five children
VII.1HHC-ART-171966 Georgia gubernatorial campaign pamphlets: 3.5x8.5" pamphlets. Each one opens to six panels. Panel 1 has blue lettering reading "Meet Bo; red lettering underneath reads "Callaway"; small white lettering at bottom reads "Callaway for Governor"; Panels 2-4 have four black and white pictures of Callaway at work and with his wife and five children. Panel 5 consists of the biography Callaway and panel 6 is blank white, 1966
VII.1HHC-ART-181966 Georgia Gubernatorial Campaign matchbooks: 2x2" black matchbooks with blue lettering reading "Go" and red and white lettering reading "Bo" on cover. Inside cover reads red print "New life new strength for Georgia. Bo for Governor"
VII.1HHC-ART-191966 Georgia Gubernatorial Campaign button: 1.5" round black pin with blue lettering reading "Go" over red and white lettering reading "Bo"
VII.1HHC-ART-20 1968 Presidential campaign button: 1.5" round white pin with red lettering reading "Nixon" over blue lettering reading "Agnew"
HHC-ART-22Ceremonial Baton: 20 inch long ceremonial baton composed of an approx. 4.75" caliber bullet casing at point; 3" metal handle at other end with 17th infantry emblem on front and 49th artillery emblem on back; middle piece consists of 12" long gnarled wood with black and silver metal lieutenant bars underneath metal handle and square purple and white crest (unit badge) with a small piece missing out of left hand upper corner. Cloth baton cover: 20" long bright blue tapering case for baton. Drawstring at top and red lettering reading "SECY of army; Callaway; 38th ADA BDE; Korea", 1973 October 23
VII.12HHC-ART-23White Jacket: karate-robe styled jacket; no fasteners, long-sleeved, trim around collar and opening. On left breast are two patches: 1) red patch in shape of a fist; 2) black patch in the shape of a shield with a white five-point star inside with a profile of an Indian chief inside star. Right breast has one patch: white circle with red border with black letters "gunfighters" at top, "fist fighters" at bottom and at center are two discharging crossed firearms. Along lower trim of jacket runs black letters "Hon. Bo Callaway. SA"
VII.1HHC-ART-28 Nixon bumper sticker: 3.5x10.5" blue bumper sticker with neon orange lettering "Nixon" and white lettering "Agnew"
VII.1HHC-ART-29Nixon bumper sticker: 3.25x10.5" white bumper sticker with red lettering reading "Nixon's the one!"
VII.8HHC-ART-30Georgia state flag (1956-2001): 12x19.5"
VII.2HHC-ART-31 Hat on stand: Approximately 10 x 8 inch oblong felt beret presented permanently on 12 inch high wood stand. Beret has black trim and 2 x 2 inch shield-shaped badge front and center. Badge has white embroidered center with a gold border with a black border. On white center is black metal pin with emblem of a white and gold eagle and the word "Airborne" lettered in gold above its head. Stand has 8 inch round base with 2 x 3 ½ inch gold plaque reading "Presented to the honorable Howard H. Callaway from the officers and men of the 101st airborne division (air assault) 3 December 1974." Stand is inverted 8 inch pyramid with 4 ½ inch tall inverted pyramid-shaped gold plaque on lower front. Plaque has 1 ½ inch long winged airplane symbol at top and the words "Air assault" running down from pin.
VII.3HHC-ART-33 Calvary Hat: 5 inch high felt Calvary-styled hat with a 3 inch brim. Olive green with olive green ribbon trim, 1 ½ inch round US Army brass emblem front and center of bulb part and leather strap to keep in place.
VII.4HHC-ART-35Ceremonial Spurs and storage box: pair of silver metal ceremonial spurs: 3 ½ inch boot cuff, 3 inch stem, and 4 inch round spur. Stem and boot cuff are decorated with engraving and raised impressions. 11 x 15 x 4 ½ inch navy blue storage box for spurs with blue lining and gold latch
VII.1HHC-ART-361966 Georgia gubernatorial campaign pamphlets: 3.5x8.5" pamphlets. "Meet the Callaways"
VII.1HHC-ART-371980 Colorado senatorial campaign pamphlet and mailer
VII.1HHC-ART-381966 Georgia gubernatorial campaign license plate, "Callaway for Governor"
VII.1HHC-ART-39Colorado license plate, "1 GOP"
VII.1HHC-ART-401966 Georgia gubernatorial campaign bumpersticker, "Go Bo"
VII.1HHC-ART-41Bumpersticker, "I am on a Bo Callaway Committee of 451,032"
VII.1HHC-ART-421966 Georgia gubernatorial campaign survey punchcards, "Go Bo, Callaway for Governor"
VII.1HHC-ART-43Plaque, Presented to Howard H. Callaway, in recognition and appreciation of your service as Chairman of the founding Board of Directors of NET - The Political News Talk Network
VII.1HHC-ART-44Certificate, Georgia Federation of Republican Women, 2005 October 22
VII.1HHC-ART-45Certificate, Phi Kappa Phi, at the United States Military Academy, 1980 April 30
VII.1HHC-ART-46Certificate, Member of Congress certificate of service
VII.1HHC-ART-47Items removed from scrapbook: Indianapolis 500 Festival program, Army button, Indianapolis Motor Speedway pin, 1975
OS1HHC-ART-48Certificate, National Infantry Association bestows the Order of Saint Maurice ni the rank of Primicerius 00414 upon Callaway, 2005 February 16
MapcaseHHC-ART-49Callaway cartoon: Callaway, Uncle Sam, and a crowd of people under the banner "781,600." Presented to Callaway in commemoration of the attainment of the FY74 year end strength for the volunteer ARMY
MapcaseHHC-ART-50Newspaper, "Some people wondered if a volunteer Army would work. 300,000 believe it will"
VII.5HHC-ART-51Wooden box, "Presented to Bo Callaway, A soldier, Statesman and a true friend of Fort Benning", 1998 October 2
VII.5HHC-ART-52Baton, two batons "passed in freefall by the USAIS ABN Dept. of Freefall Team, 1974 May 24
VII.4HHC-ART-53Patches: Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket ROTC patch, Sons of the American Legion, NRA Junior Rifle Club Match Team Member 1942, Letter "E", unidentified logo
VII.4HHC-ART-54Tie clip: Western Open Boys Doubles Runner up, 1942
VII.4HHC-ART-55Tie clip: Junior Doubles Runner up Georgia State, 1943
VII.4HHC-ART-56Medallions: Junior Division National Rifle Association
VII.4HHC-ART-57Pins: unidentified emblem, "C" with a wolf cub
VII.4HHC-ART-58Compact: press powder compact with mirror, has Presidential seal
VII.5HHC-ART-59Plaque, Callaway Secretary of the Army, "A piece of the rock" Hqs 1st Brigade 3d Armored Division
VII.5HHC-ART-60Framed military ribbons and medallion
VII.5HHC-ART-61Beer stein, Hon. Howard Callaway, honorary warrior, 1st BN (M) 12th INF
VII.6HHC-ART-62Gavel, Presented to Howard Callaway in appreciation by Richard L. Herman Vice Chairman, Arrangements Committee, Republican National Committee, 1972
VII.7HHC-ART-63Hard hat, Honorable H. H. Callaway, Secretary of the Army
VII.8HHC-ART-64Framed certificate and letter, (15x25") to Bo Callaway from Richard Nixon, regarding Republican National Convention, 1972
VII.8HHC-ART-65Framed certificate and letter, (15x25") to Bo Callaway, member of the Electoral College, from Richard Nixon, 1972
VII.9HHC-ART-66Cadet jacket and coat, The Citadel, belonging to Cason J. Callaway, Jr., 1942
VII.10HHC-ART-67Unidentified military jacket with North Carolina and infantry emblems
VII.10HHC-ART-68Unidentified military blue with white stripe pants
VII.10HHC-ART-69ROTC uniform belonging to H. W. Downer
VII.11HHC-ART-70Black evening jacket and pants
VII.11HHC-ART-71ROTC uniform belonging to Cason J. Callaway, Jr.
VII.12HHC-ART-72Black evening jacket, child size
VII.12HHC-ART-73Black evening jacket
VII.13HHC-ART-74West Point Cadet uniform belonging to Bo Callaway
VII.14The Nation's Honor Award
VII.15County-level vote map for the 1966 Georgia gubernatorial election, 1966

VIII. Audiovisual Materials, 1965-2006

13 item(s)
Reference copies of the audiovisual recordings are available upon request. Research requests will be filled as soon as possible and will be dependent upon the condition of the recordings.
UC RBRL/015/HHC/16mm_000193-26 Four Days of Gemini, 1965 ( 1 moving_image(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/DVD_0001A Conversation with Bo Callaway. Georgia Public Broadcasting., 2006 ( 1 moving_image(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/VHS_0001Election Eve Telecast '66, 1966 ( 1 moving_image(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/Vid2_0001Election Eve Telecast '66, 1966 ( 1 moving_image(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/CS_0001Unidentified audiocassette, undated ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/CS_0002Unidentified audiocassette, undated ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/CS_0003(1) Swearing In of "Bo" Callaway as Secretary of the Army; (2) Interview with Mrs. Cason J. Callaway; (3) Interview with Congressman Jack Flynt, undated ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/AVA_94-85The United States Army Band and the United States Army Chorus - "The Secretary of the Army March", undated ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/AVR_94-7Smiley Smith - "Stand Up for America" ; "Let the People Speak", 1968 ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/AVR_94-8[Israel Seminar], 1967 ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/RR_0001Steve Allison, 1965 March 12 ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/RR_0002Howard H. (Bo) Callaway Interview, 1965 November 7 ( 1 sound_recording(s) )
UC RBRL/015/HHC/RR_0003Today Show, 1965 April 7 ( 1 sound_recording(s) )