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Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series I: Press Relations/Media Activities

Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series I: Press Relations/Media Activities

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Title: Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Series I: Press Relations/Media Activities
Creator: Stuckey, Williamson Sylvester, 1935-
Inclusive Dates: 1957, 1966-1977
Language(s): English
Extent: 30 box(es) (14 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL210WSS_I
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Press Relations/Media Activities series includes speeches, television and radio files, press releases, and subject files. Topics included veterans, social security, crime, the youth and Vietnam, Watergate investigation, the economy, the energy crisis, daylight savings time, and gun control.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Williamson Sylvester Stuckey, Jr. was born in Eastman, Georgia, May 25, 1935. He attended the Georgia Military Academy and graduated from the University of Georgia in 1956 with B.B.A. and LL.B. degrees. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Social and Phi Delta Phi Legal fraternities.

From 1956 until 1966, Stuckey was president of Stuckey's Timberland, Inc. and executive vice-president of Stuckey's Inc., a division of Pet, Inc. He also was president of the Stuckey Pecan Company, 1958-1966, and Stuckey Investments, Inc., from 1958 to 1966.

Elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives from the Eighth and later the Ninth District, Stuckey served in Congress from 1967 until 1977. He was not a candidate for re-election in 1976. While in Congress, Stuckey served on the Agriculture committee, the District of Columbia committee, the Interstate and Foreign Commerce committee and its subcommittee on Commerce and Finance and was chairman of the Commerce, Housing and Transportation subcommittee.

Stuckey was most proud of two pieces of legislation that dealt with the environment. He successfully introduced and had passed a bill that made Cumberland Island, Georgia, a National Seashore. The other measure he introduced made the Okefenokee Swamp a Federally Protected Wilderness open to the public through five water trails.

Since 1985, Stuckey has been chairman of Stuckey's Corporation. He is married to Ethelynn McMillan and they have five children. He currently resides in Washington, D.C. and Eastman, Georgia.

Scope and Content

The Press Relations/Media Activities series includes speeches, television and radio files, press releases, and subject files. Topics included veterans, social security, crime, the youth and Vietnam, Watergate investigation, the economy, the energy crisis, daylight savings time, and gun control.

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into four subseries: speeches, television and radio files, press releases and columns, and subject files.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Williamson S. Stuckey Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Note

Photographs, audiovisual materials and memorabilia were separated from the collection for their preservation. Inventories of these items have been prepared and are available to researchers.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

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Finding aid prepared on: 2008.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


I. Press Relations/Media Activities

30 box(es)
(14 linear feet)

A. Speeches

( 9 box(es) ) ( (4.5 linear feet) )
These are the final version of speeches that Stuckey delivered to various civic organizations, local governments, business associations, church groups and school organizations in Georgia and elsewhere. Topics included veterans, social security, crime, the youth and Vietnam. Arrangement is chronological.
I.11Post Office Dedication Douglas and Broxton, (10/2/61)
I.12Waycross Rotary Club, (11/22/65)
I.13Alma Lions Club, (11/29/65)
I.14Farm Bureau Convention, Jekyll Island, (11/65)
I.15Round Table Club, Adel, (12/3/65)
I.16Douglas Rotary Club, (12/31/65)
I.17Eastman Jaycees, (1/4/66)
I.18Valdosta Rotary Club, (1/19/66)
I.19Pearson Lions Club, (2/15/66)
I.110Waycross Kiwanis, (2/18/66)
I.111Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Middle Georgia College, Cochran, (2/23/66)
I.112Fitzgerald Rotary, (2/23/66)
I.113Introduction of Fran Tarkenton, Dodge County Touchdown Club, (2/28/66)
I.114Fitzgerald Kiwanis, (2/28/66)
I.115Brunswick Exchange Club, (3/1/66)
I.116St. Simons Optimist, (3/3/66)
I.117Brunswick Jaycees, (3/7/66)
I.118Pilot Club of Eastman, (3/15/66)
I.119Brunswick Kiwanis Club, (3/22/66)
I.120Ocilla Lions Club, (3/24/66)
I.121Brunswick Rotary, (3/31/66)
I.122Waycross Ladies Luncheon, (4/6/66)
I.123Same as Waycross except for page 2, (4/7/66)
I.124Jesup VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 4/11/1966
I.125Douglas Exchange Club, (4/14/66)
I.126Introduction to Cancer Kick-off, Eastman, (4/14/66)
I.127Jesup Rotary Club, (4/21/66)
I.128Eastman Lion Club, (4/22/66)
I.21Pierce County Teachers Association, (4/26/66)
I.22Dodge County High School - Law, (4/29/66)
I.23Blackshear Rotary Club, (5/3/66)
I.24Jesup Jaycees, (5/5/66)
I.25Valdosta Lions Club, (5/17/66)
I.26Waycross VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 5/22/1966
I.27Alapaha Lions Club, (5/23/66)
I.28Georgia Military Academy, College Park, (6/2/66)
I.29Valdosta Kiwanis, (6/3/66)
I.210Lenox Committee Club, (6/3/66)
I.211St. Simons Jaycees, (6/6/66)
I.212Adel Jaycees, (6/18/66)
I.213Hahira Lions Club, Hahira, (6/20/66)
I.214Douglas Lions Club, (6/28/66)
I.215Basic Speech, Patterson, (7/4/66)
I.216Douglas Rally, (7/9/66)
I.217International Chemical Workers, Brunswick, (7/21/66)
I.218Baxley Jaycees, (7/23/66)
I.219South Georgia College Honors Program, (7/26/66)
I.220Eighth District Voters Leagues, Eastman, (7/30/66)
I.221Brantley County Jaycees, Nahunta, (8/44/66)
I.222Lenox Community Club, (8/6/66)
I.223Brunswick Lions Club, (8/9/66)
I.224Blackshear Lions Club, (8/11/66)
I.225Homerville Civics Club, (8/15/66)
I.226Baxley Kiwanis, (8/16/66)
I.227District Wide Rally, Waycross, (9/6/66)
I.31Eighth District Georgia Municipal Association Convention, (10/27/66)
I.32Douglas Kiwanis Club, (11/1/66)
I.33Veterans Day Parade, Valdosta, (11/11/66)
I.34Introduction of Governor Carl E. Sanders, Eastman, undated
I.35Business and Professional Women's Club, Jesup, undated
I.36Dodge County [Campaign Speech], undated
I.37Young Democratic Clubs of Georgia State Convention, 1966
I.38Post Office Dedication, Chauncey, GA, (12/28/66)
I.39Satilla REA (Rural Electrification Administration) Cooperative, undated
I.310Ware County Civic Group, undated
I.311Eighth District VFW, Waycross, undated
I.312Atathean Society, World Service Sunday, undated
I.313Eastman Rotary Club, undated
I.314Cochran Rotary Club, undated
I.315Cochran Jaycees, undated
I.316Brunswick Junior College, (1/5/67)
I.317Eastman Pilot Club, (1/16/67)
I.318Brunswick Junior College and Civic Clubs, (1/16/67)
I.319Georgia Area Planning and Development Commission, (1/18/67)
I.320Nashville Future Farmers of America, (2/1/7/67)
I.321South Georgia College Young Democrats, (2/17/67)
I.322Patterson Post Office Dedication, Patterson, (3/19/67)
I.323Cook County Post Office Dedication, (3/19/67)
I.324Floyd County Democratic Party Speech, (3/29/67)
I.325Lenox Post Office Dedication, (4/2/67)
I.326Shorter College -- Youth, (4/26/67)
I.327Orange County, NC Young Democrats Committee, (5/6/67)
I.328Future Farmers of America (telephone talk), 5/13/1967
I.329East Point Pilots Club, (5/16/67)
I.330Young Democrats Club, Atlanta DID NOT GIVE, (5/27/67)
I.331Floyd County Young Democrats, undated
I.332Woodbine Post Office Dedication, (6/13/67)
I.333Associated Retail Confectioners, Las Vegas, Nevada DID NOT PRESENT, (6/13/67)
I.334Letter Carriers 40th Annual Convention, Valdosta, (6/24/67)
I.335Postmaster Convention, National Association of Postmasters, Jekyll Island, (6/25/67)
I.336Eighth District American Legion Auxiliary, Nashville, GA (Women), 6/25/1967
I.337American Federation of Government Employees, 1967
I.338Peabody High School Commencement, Eastman, (6/67)
I.41Eighth District Honors Program, Douglas, (7/21/67)
I.42Lowndes County Livestock Association, (8/67)
I.43Rochelle Masonic, "Crime", (8/18/67)
I.44Waycross Democratic, (8/21/67)
I.45Folkston Water and Sewage Project, (9/4/67)
I.46Kingsland Youth Baseball, (9/4/67)
I.47Brantley County Rural Electric Cooperative, (9/9/67)
I.48REA, Nahunta, (9/9/67)
I.49Wayne County United Fund Drive, (10/2/67)
I.410Moody Air Force Base Hospital Dedication, (10/2/67)
I.411Buckhead 50 Club, (10/3/67)
I.412South Georgia College, (11/5/67)
I.413Millwood Post Office Dedication, (11/19/67)
I.414Democratic Women's Conference, Atlanta, (12/1/67)
I.415Ware County High School, (12/1/67)
I.416Winder Jaycees, City-wide Awards, (12/5/67)
I.417On the generation gap, undated
I.418Federal Affairs Seminar, Washington Jaycees, 1967
I.419Alapaha River, 1967
I.420Future Farmers of America, Nahunta, 1968
I.421Glynn Academy, Brunswick, "Vietnam", (1/5/68)
I.422Women's Auxiliary, Brunswick, "Health", (1/1/6/68)
I.423Speech on Cancer, (1/18/68)
I.424Stuckey Day, Eastman, "Vietnam", (1/18/68)
I.425Lowndes County Distributive Education Classes, "Vocation Education", (1/26/68)
I.426Jessup Jaycees, "Economy", (1/27/68)
I.427Speech of Congressman W. R. Poage before the National Wool Growers on Crime, (1/29/68)
I.428Claxton Chamber of Commerce, "Crime", undated
I.429Ware County Corn Growers 100 Bushels Corn Club, (2/1/68)
I.430Glynco Naval Air "Mess" Night, (2/2/68)
I.431Waycross Exchange Club, "Crime, Vietnam,, undated
I.432Eighth District Farm Bureau, "Plight of the small farmer, corn storage and tobacco", (2/15/68)
I.433Valdosta Kiwanis, "Crime, Vietnam and Korea", (2/16/68)
I.434Georgia Jaycees in Washington, (3/8/68)
I.435Waycross Methodist, (3/24/68)
I.436Ralph Cox Presentation, Woodbine, GA, (3/24/68)
I.437Bosses Night, NSA, Gainesville, undated
I.438Soil Conservation statement, agriculture subcommittee on the appropriations committee hearing, (4/2/68)
I.439Bell Telephone Company, Brunswick, "Federalism", (4/8/68)
I.440Consumer Credit Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, (4/17-21/68)
I.441Floyd County Young Democrats, Given by Wallace, (4/19/68)
I.442Grocery Manufacturers of America, (4/19/68)
I.443Dedication of Cochran Airport NOT USED, (5/29/68)
I.444Southern States Industrial Council, "Federalism", (5/30/97)
I.445Georgia Association of Broadcasters, "Welfare, Education and Guaranteed Income.", (6/17/68)
I.446Independent Broker Deal, (6/19/68)
I.447Telephone Speech to Fitzgerald City and County Officials, undated
I.448Georgia Association of ASCS county officials, (6/29/68)
I.51Credit Production Association, (7/27/68)
I.52Independent Garage Owners Consumer, (7/29/68)
I.53Independent Brokers-Dealers Trade Association, Chicago, IL, "Mutual Funds", (8/15/68)
I.54Slash Pine Electric Membership, undated
I.55Political Rally, 1968
I.56Pilot Club, 1968
I.57Business and Professional Women, Hazelhurst, (9/2/68)
I.58Central Labor Union Group, Valdosta, by Norman Dorminy, (9/7/68)
I.59DC Masons, "Crime and Elections", (9/18/68)
I.510Telfair Farm Bureau, (9/25/68)
I.511Valdosta Convocation, (9/26/68)
I.512Daughters of the American Revolution, Homerville, (9/26/68)
I.513President Lyndon B. Johnson's Natural Beauty Program Citation of Merit for the Community of Brunswick, (10/11/68)
I.514Georgia Federation for Postal Clerks, undated
I.515Jaycees, (10/19-20/68)
I.516Future Homemakers of America, (10/26/68)
I.517Lakeland, Fl Lions Club, "Crime", (10/30/68)
I.518Retired Teachers Association, Waycross, "Social Security", (10/31/68)
I.519History Teachers, Waycross, "Youth", (10/31/68)
I.520Georgia Press Institute, undated
I.521Eastman Rotary Club, "Crime", (11/1/68)
I.522Coffee County Farm Bureau, (11/1/68)
I.523Eighth District Postmasters, (11/2/68)
I.524Citation of Merit, Woodbine, (11/12/68)
I.525Fitzgerald Boss's Night, NSA, Gainesville, (11/25/68)
I.526Jesup Rotary Club, undated
I.527Dodge County Cancer Crusade, undated
I.528Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary, Jessup, undated
I.529Brunswick Kiwanis Club, undated
I.530Glynn County Jaycees, undated
I.531Brunswick Exchange Club, undated
I.532Pearson-Atkinson County, undated
I.533Fitzgerald Kiwanis Club, undated
I.534Waycross Kiwanis Club, undated
I.535Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Middle Georgia College, undated
I.536Baxley Kiwanis Club, undated
I.537Waycross Civic Group, undated
I.538Eighth District Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), undated
I.539Adel, Georgia, undated
I.540Eighth District Municipal Association, undated
I.541Cook County Jaycees, undated
I.542Georgia Military Academy, undated
I.543DC Masonic Lodge, undated
I.544Winder Speech, 1968
I.545Moody Air Force Speech, 1968
I.546Boss's Night Banquet, National Secretaries Association, Gainesville, 1968
I.547Mess Night, Glynco, 1968
I.548Berrien County Jaycees, undated
I.61Lenox Country Club, undated
I.62Blackshear Rotary Club, undated
I.63Eastman Lions Club, 1968
I.64Valdosta Rotary Club, undated
I.65Georgia Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention, "Agricultural Industry", 1968
I.66Alma Lion's Club, "Economic Confidence", 1968
I.67Rotary Club, Waycross, 1968
I.68Hortense Post Office Dedication, (1/69)
I.69Cable Television's Future by Thomas Michaelson, (1/13/69)
I.610Civil Service: Job of a Congressman, (3/25/69)
I.611University of Georgia, (4/18/69)
I.612St. Patrick's Day, (3/17/69)
I.613Floyd County Democrats, (5/11/69)
I.614Municipal Building Dedication, (6/26/69)
I.615The Order of Demelay Society, (7/5/69)
I.616Valdosta Federal Building Dedication, (7/13/69)
I.617Georgia Oilmen, (10/7/69)
I.618Georgia College Fund Raising, (10/14/69)
I.619Woodbine Post Office Dedication, (10/22/67)
I.620Georgia Masons in Washington, (10/24/69)
I.621Spiro Agnew Speech, "Criticizing Television and its Coverage of the News", (11/14/69)
I.6 22-23 Democratic Speech, undated
I.624Millwood Post Office Dedication, undated
I.625Atlanta Press Club, 1969
I.626General Aviation speech, c. 1969
I.627Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia Conservancy, undated
I.628General Aviation, Flying Physicians, 1969
I.629Speech Humor, 1969
I.6 30-31Speeches, 1969
I.71Cable Television Broadcasting Industry, Albany CATV, (1/17/70)
I.72Investment Bankers Association, Washington, D.C., (2/25/70)
I.73P. B. Floyd Testimony before US Congress Judiciary Committee on Crime, (3/6/70)
I.74American Federation of Government Employees, Savannah, (3/14/70)
I.75Congressman Benjamin Rosenthal Consumer Speech, (4/29/70)
I.76National Confectioners Association, (6/8/70)
I.77Southern IBA [Investment Bankers Association], (6/12/70)
I.78Georgia Petroleum Council, "Franchise/Tourism", (8/24/70)
I.79Claxton Chamber of Commerce, (7/24/70)
I.710Justices of the Peace Convention, Eastman, (7/26/70)
I.711Georgia Sheriffs Association, St. Simons, "Crime", (7/24/70)
I.712Georgia Petroleum Institute, (8/24/70)
I.713Georgia Peace Officers Convention, (10/12/70)
I.714Stuckey Statement on Pollution, US House of Representatives, (10/14/70)
I.715Atlanta Bar Association, "Pollution", (11/19/70)
I.7 16-19Speeches, 1970
I.720"Crime: An American Crisis' [draft speech], 1970
I.721Social Security, (1/71)
I.722Dublin's St. Patrick's Day, 1971
I.723Groundbreaking of Sea Circus, Jekyll Island, "Tourism", (5/71)
I.724Soviet Jews, (5/71)
I.725National Investors Institute, (6/71)
I.726Democratic Speech, undated
I.727Cotton State Insurance, (10/71)
I.728Peace Officers Association of Georgia Convention, "Crime", (10/12/71)
I.729North DeKalb Democrats, (12/4/71)
I.730Statement of Ralph Nadar before Subcommittee on Comme Finance, (12/6/71)
I.81Speeches, 1971
I.82Thomaston Kiwanis, "Rural Federal Government", (1/26/71)
I.83Peace Officers Convention, Macon, "Crime", (10/11/71)
I.84Speeches, 1971
I.85Atlanta Civitains Club, (1/4/72)
I.86Statesboro Police Court Seminar, "Crime", (1/17/72)
I.87Veteran's Administration Hospital General Employees, (2/11/72)
I.88Milledgeville Exchange Club, (4/21/72)
I.89Speeches, 1972
I.8 10-12 Speeches, 1973
I.813Georgia Bankers Trust Officers, (6/22/74)
I.814Speeches, 1974
I.815Savannah Lights Floor Speech, "Street Lights Save Energy, Make Savannah A Safer Place to Live", (1/15/75)
I.9 1-3 Speeches, undated
I.94"Why I was elected.", undated
I.95High School Speech, undated
I.96Gainesville Civitian Club, (April 26)
I.97Robins Air Force Base, Government Engineers, undated
I.98Fitzgerald City Officials, undated
I.99Young Democrats, Atlanta, undated
I.910Canton Young Democrats, undated
I.911March of Dimes, undated
I.912Augusta Rotary Club, "Growth of Stuckeys", undated
I.913Alathean Society, undated
I.914Stuckey's Pride, undated
I.915Independent Garage Owners, undated
I.916Retail Confectioners, undated
I.917Real Estate Board, undated
I.918General Speech, undated
I.919National Confectioners Association, undated
I.920National Confectioners Retailers, undated
I.921Real Estate, undated
I.922Georgia Rural Letter Carriers, undated
I.923Floyd County Democrats, "Crime, Veterans, Social Security, Education, Taxes, Vietnam", undated
I.924Augusta Rotary Club, "Growth of Stuckey's", undated
I.925Broxton Post Office Dedication, undated
I.926Eighth District Postmasters, undated
I.927Securities Management Investment, National Investors Relations Institute, undated
I.928VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) of Walton and Monroe County, "Patriotism", undated
I.929Fourth of July, Lions Park, undated
I.930Post Office, undated

B. Television and Radio Files

( 1 box(es) ) ( (.5 linear feet) )
Transcripts from radio and television interviews and correspondence make up this series. Subjects discussed include the Watergate investigation, the economy, the energy crisis and gun control. Audiotapes and discs were removed for preservation purposes. These items have research copies and are available upon request.
I.101"Crime Control,' Radio Program, 3/16/67
I.102"Vietnam, Riots and Taxes,' Radio Broadcast (Talma and Brinkley), 1967
I.103"Congressional Actions for 1967,' Radio Interview, 1967
I.104Radio Spot on Government Program Evaluation Commission, undated
I.105Radio Script on Gun Control, undated
I.106Radio Tape on Revenue Sharing, (10/21/72)
I.107"All Volunteer Army,' by Howard "Bo' Callaway, (4/7/74)
I.108Television Spots, Re-Adjustment Act of 1967, 1967
I.109Peanut and Tobacco Changes Program with Ken Frick, aired on WMAZ-TV, 1/27/1973
I.1010Television Program with Representative Clarence Brown (R-OH) on the Energy Crisis aired, 12/9/1973
I.1011Radio Tapes, Bill Stuckey Reporting from Washington, 1973-1974
I.1012Radio Correspondence, 1973
I.1013Television Program with President of the Gulf Oil American Petroleum Institute and Stuckey, aired on WMAZ-TV, Macon, 1/14/1974
I.1014Television Program with Powell Moore, Bob Fort, Don Winter Media and Watergate, (2/10/74)
I.1015Program with Senator Talmadge; subject Senate Watergate Committee aired, 2/24/74
I.1016Television Program with John Rarick (D-LA), Pat Schroeder (D-CO), Martha Griffiths (D-MI) and Stuckey aired, 3/10/74
I.1017Television Program with Ben Blackburn, Henry Reuss (D-WI) and Bill Stuckey on Economy, WMAZ-TV aired, 3/17/74
I.1018Television Program with Harley Staggers (D-West Virginia) and Stuckey on anti-hijacking legislation aired, 3/24/74
I.1019Television Program with Bill Stuckey, Bill Hungate and Tom Railsback; subject: impeachment aired, 11/18/74
I.1020Television Program with Stuckey and Under Secretary of the Treasury Bill Simon aired, 12/23/73
I.1021Television correspondence, 1970-1974

C. Press Releases and Columns

( 10 box(es) ) ( (4.25 linear feet) )
These are individual files of press documents originating from Congressman Stuckey's office. The press releases and Stuckey columns were sent to local newspapers in Stuckey's home district. The columns express Stuckey's personal views on a variety of topics, including the Vietnamese Conflict, Watergate and the Okefenokee Swamp. Press releases include such issues as the energy crisis, daylight savings time, Watergate, President Richard Nixon, Vietnam, Okefenokee, tobacco and peanuts. Arrangement is chronological.
I.111Stuckey's Election, (11/22/66)
I.112OEO Grant --Coastal Georgia Community Action, (1/3/67)
I.113Economic Development Administration Grant, (1/5/67)
I.114Merchant Marine Announcement, (1/9/67)
I.115Adam Clayton Powell Statement, (1/67)
I.116South Georgia College Grant, (1/16/67)
I.117Pineview Nursing Home Loan, (1/16/67)
I.118Braxton Post Office Construction Approved, (1/17/67)
I.119Approval of Fitzgerald Renewal Project, (1/20/67)
I.1110HUD grant-- Water and Sewer Facilities, (1/20/67)
I.1111Military Cutback on Bases -- McNamara, (1/24/67)
I.1112Woodbine Post Office--Grant to build, (1/27/67)
I.1113Committee Assignments for Stuckey, (2/1/67)
I.1114Prayer Breakfast by Ethelynn Stuckey, (2/2/67)
I.1115Ocmulgee State Park Appropriation, (2/17/67)
I.1116Heart of Georgia Neighborhood Youth Program, (2/17/67)
I.1117Head Start Grant in Dodge County, (2/20/67)
I.1118Millwood Post Office, (2/24/67)
I.1119Bid Invitation for Post Office and Courthouse in Valdosta, (2/28/67)
I.1120Loan to City of Douglas from HUD, (3/1/67)
I.1121Air Force ROTC Program -- Wayne County High School, (3/1/67)
I.1122Federal Grant to Alma, (3/1/67)
I.1123Statement to Congress on Vietnam, (3/7/67)
I.1124Vietnam Statement, (3/7/67)
I.1125Statement on Crime, (3/16/67)
I.1126Veteran's Pension Act of 1967, (3/23/67)
I.1127Statement on Washington, D.C., (3/31/67)
I.1128Local Government vs. Centralization, (4/4/67)
I.1129Riots, (4/26/67)
I.1130Congressional Interns, (4/6/67)
I.1131Senior Citizens in District, (4/14/67)
I.1132Coastal Plain Area Planning Grant for Sewage, (4/18/67)
I.1133Eighth District Development Council, (4/19/67)
I.1134Hill-Burton/Appling Hospital, (4/20/67)
I.1135Interstate and Foreign Commerce Appointment, (4/27/67)
I.1136Post Office Bids for Statenville, (4/27/67)
I.1137Speech to East Point Pilot Club, (5/16/67)
I.1138$600 College Tax Exemption, (5/25/67)
I.1139Army Contract for Homerville, (6/6/67)
I.1140Bleckely Recreation Association; Farmers Home Administration Loan, (6/9/67)
I.1141Eighth District Colleges Higher Education Grants, (6/14/67)
I.1142Government Program Evaluation Commission, (6/15/67)
I.1143Head Start Grant for Clinch County, (6/26/67)
I.1144Pearson, GA Defense Contract, (6/27/67)
I.1145Parade America, (6/28/67)
I.1146$1,002,000 Contract for Thiokal, (6/29/67)
I.1147Post Office Site Investigation Announcement for Waycross, (6/29/67)
I.1148Title Grant Program, (7/11/67)
I.1149Grant for Altamaha Area Community Action, (7/12/67)
I.1150Heart of Georgia Community Action Agency, (7/12/67)
I.1151Rhodes Scholars, (7/14/67)
I.1152Grant for Urban Renewal, (7/13/67)
I.1153Fulbright-Hays Act, (7/17/67)
I.1154Anti-Riot Bill, (7/21/67)
I.1155Home Management Grant, (7/22/67)
I.1156Neighborhood Youth Corps, (8/67)
I.1157Norman Dorminy, Eighth District Field Representative, (8/7/67)
I.1158Redevelopment Training Programs NOT USED, (8/9/67)
I.1159Tobacco Price Cut, (8/11/67)
I.1160Homerville Army Contract, (8/11/67)
I.1161Tobacco Price Drop Investigation, (8/11/67)
I.1162Economic Development Administration Grant, (8/14/67)
I.1163Crime: Passage of Bill, (8/15/67)
I.1164Tobacco, (8/14/67)
I.1165Rochelle Speech on Crime, (8/18/67)
I.1166Academies Selection Board, (8/21/67)
I.1167Waycross Democrats Speech, (8/21/67)
I.1168Neighborhood Youth Corps in Waycross, (8/21/67)
I.1169Academy Board Meeting, (8/21/67)
I.1170Small Business Administration Loan to Fitzgerald Civic Corporation, (8/21/67)
I.1171Tobacco Warehouse Visit, (8/22/67)
I.1172Planning Grant -- Altamaha Area Planning, (8/23/67)
I.1173Veterans Pension Readjustment Act, (8/23/67)
I.1174Site Selection Grant -- St. Mary's Post Office, (8/25/67)
I.1175Eighth District Academy Selection Board, (8/28/67)
I.1176Editorial Comment on Stuckey, undated
I.1177Folkston--Water and Sewage Project, Labor Day, (9/4/67)
I.1178Federal Building Waycross (letter to Mahon), (9/6/67)
I.1179Waycross Federal Building Site Acquisition, (9/6/67)
I.1180Social Security Benefits, (9/7/67)
I.1181Social Security Passage, (9/7/67)
I.1182Letter to Robert McNamara, re: Kings Bay Port, (9/7/67)
I.1183Farmers Home Administration, Denton, (9/12/67)
I.1184EDA Water Project in Jesup Denied, (9/20/67)
I.1185St. Mary's Post Office, (9/21/67)
I.1186Social Security, 1967
I.1187Forest Lands, Lanier and Lowndes County Honoring Richard B. Russell, (9/21/67)
I.1188[Richard B.] Russell Luncheon, (9/21/67)
I.1189Army Contract, (9/22/67)
I.1190State Park--Jekyll Island Golf Course, (9/27/67)
I.1191Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense System, (9/28/67)
I.1192Anti-Ballistic Missile, (9/28/67)
I.1193Dell Industries Contract--Bombs, (9/28/67)
I.121Cumberland Island, (10/4/67)
I.122Lanier and Lowndes Forest Surplus, (10/5/67)
I.123Economic Development Administration--Slash Pine Grant, (10/19/67)
I.124Civil Service Commission, (10/19/67)
I.125EDA--Economic Development District, (10/19/67)
I.12 6-7 Slash Pine Area Planning and Development, (10/20/67)
I.128Federal Building Conference Report, (10/20/67)
I.129Waycross Federal Building Site Acquisition Funds, (10/20/67)
I.12 10-11 Woodbine Post Office Dedication, (10/22/67)
I.1212Veterans Pension Readjustment Act, Georgia, (10/24/67)
I.1213Veterans, (10/24/67)
I.1214Income Tax, (10/25/67)
I.12 15-16 Tax Increase, (10/25/67)
I.1217Forest Lands, (10/26/67)
I.1218Lanier-Lowndes Forest Lands, (10/30/67)
I.1219Forest Service Lands, (10/30/67)
I.1220Protest Trade of Forest Service Lands, (10/30/67)
I.1221Fundraising Exemptions, (11/67)
I.1222Charitable Contributions, (11/2/67)
I.1223Power Plant, (11/2/67)
I.1224Coastal Plains EDA Grant, (11/2/67)
I.1225Georgia Power Company, (11/2/67)
I.1226Lanier Forest Lands, (11/3/67)
I.1227Forest Service Lands, (11/3/67)
I.1228Clean Meat, (12/5/67)
I.1229Disposal of Forest Service Lands, (12/13/67)
I.1230Christmas Column, (12/15/67)
I.1231Small Business Administration Nursing Home--Fitzgerald, (12/18/67)
I.1232Saint Mary's Post Office Bids, (12/18/67)
I.1233South Vietnam Trip, (12/19/67)
I.1234Amend Federal Food and Drug Act on Clean Meat Bill column, 1967
I.131Pueblo Incident, (1/68)
I.132Thiokol Chemical- Brunswick, (1/10/68)
I.133Vietnam Deficit--Brunswick Speeches, (1/15/68)
I.134Brunswick Junior College and Civic Clubs, (1/15/68)
I.135Radio--Macon, Vietnam and Actions during the 90th Congress, (1/17/68)
I.136Recertification HUD Grant, Eastman, (1/19/68)
I.137Approved Post Office in Waverly, (1/19/68)
I.138Hortense Post Office, (1/19/68)
I.139Post Office at Lake Park, Bid Announcement, (1/19/68)
I.1310Douglas HUD Community Center, (1/22/68)
I.1311Waycross Environmental Science Services Administration, (1/25/68)
I.1312Vocational Education--Lowndes County, (1/26/68)
I.1313Balance of Payments, (1/26/68)
I.1314North Korean Kidnap--Pueblo, (1/29/68)
I.1315Korean Resolution, (2/7-8/68)
I.1316Tifton Designated as Second Growth Area NOT RELEASED, (2/8/68)
I.1317Pineview Post Office Approval of Site Selection, Bid Open Announcement, (2/9/68)
I.1318Watershed Survey Grant, (2/14/68)
I.1319Agriculture Bill, (2/17/68)
I.1320Speech to Eighth District Farm Bureau, (2/15/68)
I.1321Waycross Exchange Club--Crime, (2/15/68)
I.1322Valdosta Kiwanis, (2/16/68)
I.1323Grant --Irwinville, (2/21/68)
I.1324Riot Legislation, (2/21/68)
I.1325Fourteenth Region Jaycees--Jesup, (2/27/68)
I.1326Column: Letter to captured pilot; Freedom Foundation Award, (2/29/68)
I.1327Ware County 100 Bushels Corn Growers, (3/1/68)
I.1328Jaycees--Georgia, (3/7/68)
I.1329Defense Contract--Sandbags, Pearson, GA, (3/10/68)
I.1330Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) Grant for Headstart, (3/12/68)
I.1331Rural Electrification Administration Loan--Dodge and Telfair, (3/15/68)
I.1332Census Bureau, (3/16/68)
I.1333Cumberland National Seashore Proposal, (3/17/68)
I.13 34-35 Gum Naval Stores bill, (3/20/68)
I.1336Congressional Record Statement: Ralph Cox Meritorious Citation, (3/21/68)
I.1337Hill Burton Nursing Home Grant, (3/22/68)
I.1338HUD Grant--Jesup, (3/24/68)
I.1339Tobacco Graders, (3/31/68)
I.1340Office of Economic Opportunity--Coastal Plains, (3/31/68)
I.1341Grant--Slash Pine Rehabilitation, (4/1/68)
I.1342HUD Grant--Eastman, Low Rent, (4/4/68)
I.1343Agriculture Act, (4/5/68)
I.1344Pineview Post Office, (4/8/68)
I.1345Contract Award for Hortense Post Office, (4/10/68)
I.1346OEO Grant, (4/10/68)
I.1347Alapaha River Project, (4/15/68)
I.1348HUD Grant for Alma, (4/17/68)
I.1349Cancer, (4/18/68)
I.1350Economic Development Administration/Irwin County Development, (4/19/68)
I.1351Economic Impact Study on Cumberland Island, (4/21/68)
I.1352Airport Grants for Jekyll Island, (4/24/68)
I.1353Dowling Bag Contract, (4/29/68)
I.1354Crime, (5/68)
I.1355South Georgia Grant--Title VI, (5/2/68)
I.1356Intern Program, (5/68)
I.1357Standard Container Contract, (5/2/68)
I.1358Georgia State Flag, (5/2/68)
I.1359United States Flag, (5/10/68)
I.1360Georgia Power--Baxley, (5/13/68)
I.1361Nashville Jaycees, (5/13/68)
I.1362Economic Development Administration, Baxley, (5/15/68)
I.1363Urban Planning Assistance, Pierce County, (5/16/68)
I.1364Urban Planning Assistance, Baxley, (5/16/68)
I.1365Urban Planning Assistance, Homerville, (5/16/68)
I.1366Urban Planning Assistance, Nahunta, (5/16/68)
I.1367Urban Planning Assistance, Bacon County, (5/16/68)
I.1368Urban Planning Assistance Grants, (5/68)
I.1369Waycross HUD Redevelopment, (6/1/68)
I.1370Contract for Waverly Post Office, (6/6/68)
I.1371Bay Street Urban Renewal--HUD, (6/10/68)
I.1372Post Office Approved Waverly Contract, (6/10/68)
I.1373Okefenokee Swamp, (6/10/68)
I.1374Middle Georgia Grant, (6/12/68)
I.1375OEO Grant--Eastman, (6/13/68)
I.13 76-77 Thiocol Chemical Contract, Woodbine, (6/13/68) (6/25/68)
I.1378Kings Bay Dredging Contract, (6/26/68)
I.1379EDA Slash Pine Grant, (6/26/68)
I.1380Valdosta Airport Grant, (6/26/68)
I.1381EDA Coastal Plains Grant, (6/27/68)
I.1382Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge, (6/28/68) (7/5/68)
I.1383Regional Medical Programs, (6/28/68)
I.1384OEO Grant Announcements, (6/68-7/68)
I.1385Columns on Crime, (6/68)
I.14 1-2 Seaboard Coastline Trains Discontinuance Statement, (7/1/68)
I.143Small Business Administration (SBA) Loan to Folkston Development, (7/1/68)
I.144Agriculture--Requests for investigating drought situation, (7/10/68)
I.145Seaboard Coastline Discontinuance Delayed, (7/6/68)
I.146Urban Planning and Assistance Grant for Pearson, GA, (7/10/68)
I.147Disaster Area [Drought], (7/10/68)
I.148Satilla, St. Mary's, Suwanee and Alapaha, (7/11/68)
I.149Alapaha Public Works, Approval of Senate, (7/11/68)
I.1410USDA Peaches, (7/11/68)
I.1411Grazing Privileges--Drought Area, (7/27/68)
I.1412St. George Post Office, (8/13/68)
I.1413Military Sand Bag Contract, (8/28/68)
I.1414Ninth Congress, (8/31/68)
I.1415Standard Container--Homerville, (9/3/68)
I.1416Czechoslovakia, (9/11/68)
I.1417Economic Development Administration, (9/19/68)
I.1418Younger Generation--Youth, (9/20/68)
I.1419Glynco Air Naval Station, (9/21/68)
I.1420Post Office Statenville, (9/25/68)
I.1421Citation of Merit Awards , Woodbine and Brunswick, (10/68)
I.1422Higher Education Act, (10/4/68)
I.1423Post Officer Citation, Brunswick, (10/4/68)
I.1424Reed Bingham State Park, (10/10/68)
I.1425Submarines, (10/17/68)
I.1426Bids Advertisement for St. George Post Office, (10/28/68)
I.1427Post Office Construction Award, Lake Park, (10/28/68)
I.1428Farmers Home Administration Water System, Pearson, (10/29/68)
I.1429FHA Sewage for Ray City, (10/29/68)
I.1430FHA Water System, Mystic Manor, (10/29/68)
I.1431Thiokol Chemical Contract, (10/29/68)
I.1432Rural Telephone, Dodge and Bleckley, (10/30/68)
I.1433HUD Loan to Douglas for low rent, (11/7/68)
I.1434EDA Coastal Planning Grant, $50,000, (11/14/68)
I.1435Model City--Alma, (11/15/68)
I.1436Intergovernmental Relations Advisory Committee, (11/18/68)
I.1437REA Okefenokee Rural Electric Membership Corporation in Nahunta, (11/20/68)
I.1438Standard Container Contract, (11/20/68)
I.1439Academy Selection, (11/20/68)
I.1440Impact School Aid--Glynn County, (11/21/68)
I.1441Water and Sewage--Douglas, (11/21/68)
I.1442Housing Loans, Eastman, (11/21/68)
I.1443Brunswick Urban Renewal Bay Street Project, (11/26/68)
I.1444EDA Water and Sewage, Lumber City, (12/9/68)
I.1445Impact School Bill, Lanier County, (12/11/68)
I.151Information - 8th District Progress, 1969
I.152Equal Rights for Women, (1/6/69)
I.153Air Force Contract Dell Industries, (1/13/69)
I.154Industrial Revenue Bonds, (1/69)
I.155Grant: Construction Valdosta State College, (1/23/69)
I.156Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge, (1/23/69)
I.157Okefenokee Swamp, (1/30/69)
I.158Inter City Tour - Atlanta, (1/31/69)
I.159Jekyll Island State Park Grant $244,637, (2/7/69)
I.1510Equal Rights, (2/7/69)
I.1511National Future Farmers of America Week, (2/15/69)
I.1512Coweta Jaycees Speech, (3/1/69)
I.1513Intern Program, (3/6/69)
I.1514Cotton Producers Association (CPA) Soybean Plant Dedication, (3/12/69)
I.1515Thiokol, (3/13/69)
I.1516Water and Sewage Loan, Blackshear, (3/14/69)
I.1517Census, 1970
I.1518Water and Sewage, Valdosta, (3/18/69)
I.1519Law Day, USA, (4/18/69)
I.1520Mail Strike, undated
I.1521Clean Meat bill, undated
I.1522Paris Trip on Concorde, (6/3/69)
I.1523Trip to Washington, (6/4/69)
I.1524Statement on Wild Rivers, (8/8/69)
I.1525Tax Increase, undated
I.1526Federal Payraise, undated
I.1527Student Loans, undated
I.1528Veteran's Mortgage Interest Rages, undated
I.1529HUD grant Douglas, GA, (8/18/69)
I.1530Apollo 11, (7/31/69)
I.1531Crop Damage Disaster, (9/10/69)
I.1532French Visit, (9/69)
I.1533Defense Budget Cut, undated
I.1534Student Loan Program Passed, undated
I.1535Newsletter --The 8th District Progress, (12/69)
I.1536Senior Citizens, (1/8/70)
I.1537Demonstrations, (4/2/70)
I.1538Okefenokee, (4/9/70)
I.1539Agriculture Appropriations, undated
I.1540Veteran's Compensation, undated
I.1541Coastal Plain EDA/Brunswick Junior College Library, (6/1/70)
I.1542Tobacco Crop, (6/1/70)
I.1543Hill-Burton Program (Hospital Survey and Construction Act), undated
I.1544Regional Development Incentive Act, undated
I.1545EDA Dodge County, (6/11/70)
I.1546EDA Designation Dodge County, (6/11/70)
I.1547Grant announcements OEO, (6/10-23/70)
I.1548EDA Slash Pine/Coastal Plains, (6/19/70), (6/23/70)
I.1549Contract Awards for Thiokol, (6/30/70)
I.1550HUD Grants, (6/5-30/70)
I.1551Water and Sewage Grant, Blackshear, (7/21/70)
I.1552REA Loan for Brantley Court, (7/24/70)
I.1553Federal Water Quality Administration, (10/2/70)
I.1554Homerville Low Rent Public Housing, (10/16/70)
I.1555GSA Post Office, Blackshear, undated
I.1556Water and Sewer, HUD $630,630, (10/23/70)
I.1557ITT Rayonier, (12/5/70)
I.1558Sewage, Jesup, (12/8/70)
I.1559Water Treatment Plant, Homerville $38,280, (12/8/70)
I.1560Small Business Administration Fitzgerald, (12/8/70)
I.1561SBA Camden County REA loan, (12/16/70)
I.1562Okefenokee legislation (TV Interview, Channel 5), undated
I.1563Sermons, undated
I.1564Testimony before Senate Interior Committee on S709 (Okefenokee), undated
I.1565Vietnam, (1970-1973)
I.161WSB-TV Appointment of Gambrell, (2/1/71)
I.162Job Safety, (2/11/71)
I.163Health (Cancer, drugs, etc.), (2/15/71)
I.164Pornography, (2/22/71)
I.165Education--busing, etc., (8/28/71)
I.166Congressional Recess, undated
I.167Israel, (10/20/71)
I.168Red China, (10/27/71)
I.169Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, (11/22/71)
I.1610Christmas, (12/22/71)
I.1611Rural Development Act, (2/72)
I.1612Rail Abandonment, (4/4/72)
I.1613Water Pollution Act, (4/10/72)
I.1614Federal Assistance, (4/16/72)
I.1615Georgia County Commissioners, (4/19/72)
I.1616Democracy, (4/28/72)
I.1617Vietnam Veterans Jobs, (5/10/72)
I.1618Muscular Dystrophy, (5/18/72)
I.1619[Constituents], (5/24/72)
I.1620Busing, (6/2/72)
I.1621Constituent's letter, (6/9/72)
I.1622Truck Farmers, undated
I.1623Property Taxes, (8/4/72)
I.1624Hatch Political Activities Act, (8/16/72)
I.1625POW's [Prisoners of War], (8/21/72)
I.1626J. Edgar Hoover, (8/23/72)
I.1627Proposed Mandatory Fuel Allocation Program, (8/30/72)
I.1628Inflation, (9/16/73)
I.1629Statement of death of Representative Robert Ramspeck, (9/20/72)
I.1630Gun Control, (9/25/72)
I.1631Jane Fonda and Ramsey Clark, (10/9/72)
I.1632Federal Debt (TV News Release), 10/9/1972
I.1633Military Bonuses, (10/25/72)
I.1634October Columns, undated
I.1635Travel Restrictions, (10/9/72)
I.1636Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA) endorsement, (10/27/72)
I.1637Gun Control, (10/28/72)
I.171Zambia, Tobacco, (1/15/73)
I.172Rural Environmental Assistance Program, (1/22/73)
I.173Lyndon Johnson death, (1/22/73)
I.174Low Rent Housing--HUD, Macon, (1/23/73)
I.175HEW Bibb County Headstart Program, (1/24/73)
I.176OEO Grant for Bibb County, (1/24/73)
I.177HUD Grant Middle Georgia Area, Macon, (1/25/73)
I.178Farmers Home Administration Water and Sewer Systems, undated
I.179Vietnam Peace, (2/2/73)
I.1710Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO), (2/5/73)
I.1711Homerville Grant--Standard Container, (2/6/73)
I.1712Crime bill --federal offense to kill police or firemen, (2/9/73)
I.1713FAA grant to Macon for airport, (2/9/73)
I.1714Stuckey support REAP legislation/closing of Robbins AFB, (2/9/73)
I.1715Waycross High School Air Force Junior ROTC Unit, (2/15/73)
I.1716Prisoner's of War (POW's), (2/16/73)
I.1717Trident Submarine base, (2/16/73)
I.1718Milk Price Support, (2/20/73)
I.1719Rural Water and Sewer Disposal Programs, (2/20/73)
I.1720Bill to Assist Blind, Elderly and Disabled, (2/21/73)
I.1721Vietnam GI's benefits cut and aid to North Vietnam, (2/21/73)
I.1722Rochelle Health Station, (2/27/73)
I.1723Budget/Impoundment, (3/1/73)
I.1724Economic Development Administration, (3/2/73)
I.1725Telfair High School Grant, (3/2/73)
I.1726Palestinian guerrillas, (3/7/73)
I.1727Small Business Administration loan to Giant Development Company, Douglas, (3/12/73)
I.1728Forestry Incentives Act/HUD Grant to Georgia Planning Assistance Program, (3/13/73)
I.1729Aid to North Vietnam, (3/14/73)
I.1730Food Prices, (3/14/73)
I.1731Social Services (day care, mentally retarded, etc.), (3/15/73)
I.1732Grant to Macon, Waycross--Machine Shop Grant, (3/15/73)
I.1733Patriotism, (3/17/73)
I.1734Summer Internship Program, (3/21/73)
I.1735Pollution, (3/22/73)
I.1736Capitol Punishment, (3/22/73)
I.1737General Motors Plant--Fitzgerald, (3/22/73)
I.1738Internship Program, (3/23/73)
I.1739Rural Water and Waste Disposal Grant Program passes senate, (3/24/73)
I.1740Farmers Income Tax Returns, (3/28/73)
I.17 41-42 Okefenokee Swamp, (3/29/73)
I.1743National Science Foundation Grant, Milledgeville, (3/29/73)
I.17448th District Broadcasters meeting--Welfare, (5/11/73)
I.1745Vocational Rehabilitation, (3/30/73)
I.1746Firearm Bill, (3/20/73)
I.1747Interest Rates, undated
I.1748Post Office Legislation, (4/73)
I.1749Tax Reform for Unmarrieds, (4/4/73)
I.1750Highway bill Public Works Committee/Income Tax for single people, (4/5/73)
I.1751Fitzgerald Municipal Airport, (4/5/73)
I.1752Rural Electrification Administration, (4/9/73)
I.1753Voter Registration, (4/9/73)
I.1754Okefenokee Swamp, (4/11/73)
I.1755Manpower projects; Department of Community Development; Okefenokee Swamp, (4/13/73) (4/11/73)
I.1756OEO grant to Georgia Legal Services, (4/16/73)
I.1757Alaska Pipeline, (4/18/73)
I.1758Warner Robbins Cutbacks Economic Stabilization Act, undated
I.1759Housing Authority Grants to Nicholls and Macon, (4/18/73)
I.1760Alaskan Pipeline, (4/20/73)
I.1761Government and its organization and function, undated
I.1762Farmers Home Administration Disaster Loans, (4/30/73)
I.181Rural Electrification Administration Loans, (5/2/73)
I.182Peanuts, (5/3/73)
I.183Budget, (5/4/73)
I.184Cambodia, (5/73)
I.185Dublin Milledgeville speeches, (5/4/73)
I.186Grant to Faulk Construction Company, Cochran, (5/8/73)
I.187Coffee County Highway, (5/9/73)
I.188Pension Plans, (5/9/73)
I.189Taiwan, (5/9/73)
I.1810Intern Program, (5/9/73)
I.1811Farmers Home Administration Emergency Farm Loans, (5/10/73)
I.1812REA Program, (5/10/73)
I.1813License Renewal Milledgeville, (5/11/73)
I.1814Manpower Project for Bibb County/Job Opportunities Project for Milledgeville, (5/14/73)
I.1815Wayne County Board of Education Impact Aid, (5/15/73)
I.1816Taiwan, (5/16/73)
I.1817Water Pollution grant/Energy Crisis SEC Chairman Resigns, (5/17/73)
I.1818Hawkinsville Impacted Aid, (5/18/73)
I.1819Senior Citizens Month, (5/23/73)
I.1820Slash Pine REA Loan; SBA loan to Macon County; Grant to Bibb County Board of Education, (5/24/73)
I.1821Watergate, (5/26/73)
I.1822Forestry Bill, (5/30/73)
I.1823Death of US Representative William Mills; Ware High School Speech, (5/30/73)
I.1824Dillon Graham Retirement, (5/31/73)
I.1825Grant to Ware County for sewer facilities; grant to Baldwin County for Headstart program; grant to Wilkinson County for county water-sewer lines, (5/31/73)
I.1826Southeast Georgia Industry, Valdosta Daily Times, (6/4/73)
I.1827Southwood School Commencement; Concerned Businessmen's Forum; SBA Loan; 25th Anniversary Jewish Community, (6/4/73)
I.1828Occupational Safety and Health Law (OSHA), (6/6/73)
I.1829Grant to Alma and Bacon County for slums; EDA grant to coastal plain, (6/7/73);(6/8/73)
I.1830Alma Water Treatment Improvement Loan, (6/12/73)
I.1831Rochelle Health Access Station, (6/13/73)
I.1832Price Freeze, (6/14/73)
I.1833Bleckley, Cochran, Twiggs impacted aid; Oconee Area Planning and Heart of Georgia grants, (6/15/73)
I.1834Wilkinson, Wilcox and Dodge Counties impacted aid grants; EDA grant to Slash Pine APDC, (6/18/73)
I.1835Grant to the University of Georgia for Statewide Public Employees training program; REA loan to Satilla, (6/19/73)
I.1836Public Service Health Act, (6/20/73)
I.1837FHA loan to Aray; REA loans, (6/22/73)
I.1838Fourth of July, (6/27/73)
I.1839HUD grant to Waycross; OEO statewide grant, (6/27/73);(6/28/73)
I.1840Nursing loans, scholarships Macon Junior College, Georgia College and South Georgia College, (6/27/73)
I.1841Soybean Embargo; Poultry Costs; Fourth of July (6/28/73)
I.1842Soybean Embargo, (6/29/73)
I.1843EPA grant to Alma; OEO grant to City of Macon, (7/2/73)
I.1844OSHA Pesticide Regulations, (7/3/73)
I.1845Grant Announcement, (7/3/73)
I.1846Grant and Loan Announcements, (7/10/73)
I.1847Peanut Exports Controls, (7/10/73)
I.1848Payment Limitation for Farm bill: Energy Crisis; OSHA Pesticide Regulations, (7/11/73), (7/13/73)
I.1849Diggs Introduction, (7/16/73)
I.1850Farm Bill, (7/18/73)
I.1851Phase IV, (7/19/73)
I.1852Tobacco Prices; Public Health Money, (7/23/73), (7/29/73)
I.1853Grant Announcements, (7/23-29/73)
I.1854Aid to North Vietnam, (7/25/73)
I.185518 year old vote, undated
I.1856Tobacco Legislation, (7/30/73)
I.1857Humanities grant to Dodge County Board of Education; Livestock loans, (7/31/73)
I.1858EPA grants to Gordon, Milledgeville, Jeffersonville; "A Farmers View' for Congressional Record, (7/31/73)
I.1859Privacy of Financial Records Bill, (8/2/73)
I.1860Impoundment Control, (8/2/73)
I.1861Law Enforcement Officer's Bill of Rights; Cancer Spot, (8/3/73)
I.1862Salary Increase for Members of Congress, (8/9/73)
I.1863Survivor Benefit Plan, (8/10/73)
I.1864Statement on Nixon's Resignation, (8/8/73)
I.1865Concurrent resolution granting Nixon's Immunity, (8/9/73)
I.1866Statement regarding re-election victory in Democratic primary, (8/15/73)
I.1867Railroad retirement, (8/15/73)
I.1868Nelson Rockefeller's nomination for vice-president, (8/20/73)
I.1869Public Comments on Mandatory Fuel Allocation Program, (8/27/73)
I.1870Congressional Research Service Library of Congress, (8/30/73)
I.1871"Floridian' Waycross, (9/4/73)
I.1872Grant Announcements, (9/4/73)
I.1873Farm Products, (9/5/73)
I.1874Inflation; South Georgia College grant Nixon's Press Conference, (9/6/73)
I.1875Emergency Medical Services Veto; Macon Manpower grant; Letter to Cost of Living Council, (9/12/73), (9/17/73), (9/14/73)
I.1876Cost of Living Council Fuel Survey, (9/18/73)
I.1877Opposition to Ford's Amnesty plan, (9/20/73)
I.1878Grant Announcements, (9/19-20/73)
I.1879Stuckey Amendment to Mandatory Fuel Allocation Bill; US Military Academy applications; grant to Altamaha Community Action Agency, (9/21/73)
I.1880Grant Announcements, (9/27/73)
I.1881Brown-Williamson Tobacco Corporation, (9/28/73)
I.191REA Loan for Pulaski and Wilcox Counties, (10/1/73)
I.192Mandatory Propane Allocation Program, (10/4/73)
I.193Teller Vote: Reform rules and procedures for House, undated
I.194Social Security Increase, (10/15/73)
I.195Statement on [Spiro] Agnew Resignation; Gerald Ford Nomination, (10/11/73), (10/12/73)
I.196Labor Department grant to Oconee APDC, Milledgeville, (10/19/73)
I.197Manpower Development Training Act Project grants, (10/30/73)
I.198Statement on Watergate Prosecutor; Milledgeville Speech, (10/30/73), (11/5/73)
I.199Farmers Home Administration Emergency loans; Changes in Peanut Program, (11/8/73), (11/6/73)
I.1910Flood Insurance Milledgeville, (11/12/73)
I.1911Alaskan Pipeline Conference report; REA loan to Irvin, (11/18/73)
I.1912Answer to Nixon criticism of Congress on Energy, (11/21/73)
I.1913Legislation responding to Arab Oil cut off, (11/23/73)
I.1914President's Second Energy Message, (11/26/73)
I.1915Introduction of Arab Oil Embargo bill, (11/27/73)
I.1916Rural Electrification Administration REAP Program, 1973
I.1917Middle Georgia APDC Speech, (11/29/73)
I.1918Emission Control Standards, (11/30/73)
I.1919Youth, (12/1/73)
I.1920Amendment to emergency energy crisis bill to provide relief for gas dealers, (12/3/73)
I.1921Guy White Building in Macon, Atkinson County Health Center, (12/4/73)
I.1922Rankin Home in Macon added to National Register; WMAZ program with Clarence Brown, (12/7/73), (12/5/73)
I.1923Surveys, (12/9/73)
I.1924ACA Award; Flood Insurance for Gordon, (12/14/73), (12/19/73)
I.1925REA Loan, (12/28/73)
I.1926Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service, undated
I.1927Academy Selection, undated
I.1928Hope Development Corporation, undated
I.1929Housing, 1973
I.1930Leningrad Trials, undated
I.1931National Defense, undated
I.201Atomic Energy Plant, (1/2/74)
I.202Rise in Oil Prices; Patents, (1/3/74);(1/2/74)
I.203Flood Insurance Hazlehurst; Model Cities grant to Alma, undated
I.204Tobacco Quotas, (1/15/74)
I.205Dublin American Federation of Government Employees Speech, (1/16/74)
I.206LEAA grant; Manpower training for Milledgeville, (1/17/74)
I.207Academy nominees, (1/21/74)
I.208Manpower grant to Ben Hill, Irwin County; Peanut program, (1/25/74), (1/28/74)
I.209EDA grants, (1/29/74)
I.2010USDA rescinding three changes in peanut program; Daylight Savings Time, (1/30/74)
I.2011Pitts Post Office, (1/31/74)
I.2012News media on Watergate; HUD contract for Waycross, (2/4/74), (2/6/74)
I.2013Okefenokee Swamp passage by Interior Committee, (2/6/74)
I.2014Okefenokee Swamp; Speech before Macon Junior League, (2/13/74), (2/14/74)
I.2015Grants, (2/15/74)
I.2016Talmadge/Stuckey television program, (2/22/74)
I.2017Grants and loans, (3/4/74)
I.2018Intern program, (3/5/74)
I.2019EPA funds and programs, (3/4-16/74)
I.2020Social Security; FEA Propane Amendment; Middle Georgia Civil Service Grant, (3/14-15/74)
I.2021Okefenokee Swamp bill passed House, (3/18/74)
I.2022No-fault bill introduced, (3/25/74)
I.2023EPA grants, (3/27/74)
I.2024HUD grant to Middle Georgia APDC, (3/28/74)
I.2025All-volunteer Army TV program, (3/29/74)
I.2026Anti-busing, (4/4/74)
I.2027Grants, contracts and propane price increase, (4/4/74)
I.2028No-fault insurance, (4/5/74)
I.2029OEO grants, (4/16/74)
I.2030Tax deductions for churches, non-profit, (4/11/74)
I.2031REAP, propane prices, grants, (4/18/74)
I.2032Tornado insurance and EPA grants, (4/17-18/74)
I.2033OEO grants; emergency loans, (4/18/74)
I.2034No-Fault insurance, Senator Ted Stevens, (4/21/74)
I.2035Amendment to Emergency Energy bill, oil; Eckhardt amendment to emergency energy bill, (4/23/74), (4/24/74)
I.2036Grants and tax money, (4/25/74)
I.2037Crude oil price rollback, (5/2/74)
I.2038Tornado disaster relief, (5/3/74)
I.2039Senator Henry Jackson (D-WA), (5/5/74)
I.2040Education funs to Wilcox, Irwin, Dodge and Wayne Counties, (5/10/74)
I.2041Mildred Huie Art Show; loans and grants, (5/16/74)
I.2042Impacted aid to Twiggs County schools; Stuckey qualifies for 8th District seat, (5/17/74)
I.20 43-44 Various releases, (5/21/74)
I.2045National Esquire article on National Anthem, (5/74)
I.2046Summer Intern, (6/3/74)
I.2047Wage and price control, (6/74)
I.2048Impeachment resolution, (6/4/74)
I.2049Middle Georgia APDC HUD grant, (6/7/74)
I.2050grants, undated
I.2051Introduction to Urban Georgia article (September), (6/11/74)
I.2052loans and grants, (6/13/74)
I.2053Minimum wage bill, (6/14/74)
I.2054Cattle prices and repeal of OSHA, (6/18/74)
I.2055Amendment to Agriculture appropriations re: Peanuts, (6/20/74)
I.2056Farm estate tax relief, (6/25/74)
I.2057Grants, (6/26/74)
I.2058Grants, (7/2/74)
I.2059Grants and Cochran Rotary speech, (7/3/74)
I.2060South Georgia College receives development grant, (7/5/74)
I.20 61-62 Grants and loans, (7/10/74)
I.2063Telegram to Earl Butz (US Secretary of Agriculture) regarding Tobacco prices, (7/17/74)
I.2064Grants and loans, (7/74)
I.2065TV program with SEC chairman, (9/6/74)
I.2066Statement on Nixon's pardon; Senate passage of Okefenokee bill, (9/9/74)
I.2067Recertification of Macon Program Community Improvement; EPA grant to Pearson, (9/9/74);(9/10/74)
I.2068Carl Vinson Professorship; HUD grant to Macon, (9/12/74)
I.2069Solar Energy, (9/19/74)
I.2070The 8th District Progress, 1966
I.2071The 8th District Progress, 1967
I.2072The 8th District Progress, 1968
I.2073The 8th District Progress, 1969
I.2074The 8th District Progress, 1970
I.2075The 8th District Progress, 1971

D. Subject files

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The subject files subseries are the research files created by the press office department. Their files related to campaigns, mutual funds, no-fault insurance and rural development. Files include newspaper clippings, reports, correspondence, printed materials and surveys. Arrangement is alphabetical.
I.212Academy Appointment Announcements (Sample)
I.213Advisory Staff
I.21 4-5 Agricultural
I.216Air Pollution
I.217Air Pollution (IFCC-Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee)
I.219Anti-ballistic Missile System
I.2110Area Planning and Development Commission, 1966, 1974
I.2111YD [Young Democrats]
I.2113Brunswick-Golden Isles Committee of 100
I.2114Burson, Bill--Governmental Affairs Conference talk
I.2116Bo Callaway
I.2117Campaign Cartoons
I.2118Campaign (poll of candidates)
I.2120Campaign Contributions
I.2121Hodding Carter
I.2122Jimmy Carter, 13-Oct-70
I.2124Chamber of Commerce- 8th District
I.2125Child Abuse
I.2126The Citizens of Southern National Bank
I.21274-H Clubs
I.2128Clippings--Executive Privilege
I.2129Coastal Planning Speech
I.2130Congress and congressional tools
I.221Congressional Record Inserts
I.222Congressional Record Insert on Mutual Funds, 2/24/1969
I.22 3-4 Congressional Record
I.225Congressional Record Statements by Stuckey
I.226Correspondence with newspapers, 1969-1972
I.227Correspondence newspapers, magazines, etc., 1973
I.228Crime (Waycross Exchange Club), 15-Feb-68
I.229Creek Indian History in Georgia
I.22 10-11 Crime
I.2213Curbs urged on air wave vulgarity
I.2215Democrats Executive Committee
I.2216Democratic Research Organization
I.2217Democratic Study Group (DSG)
I.2218Draft for military service
I.2219Drug Abuse
I.2220Duty of Congressmen
I.2318th District Progress, 1966
I.2328th District Progress, (February 1974)
I.233Economic Opportunity Act
I.234Educational Television--Georgia Public Broadcasting record statement
I.236Elderly, (4/19/73)
I.237Election returns--presidential, fulton and dekalb congressional, 1969
I.239Elliott Addresses--Instructions
I.2310Emergency loan program--FHA radio tape, (2/23/73)
I.2312Energy specific
I.2313FAA information
I.2314Federal Aviation Administration attitudes toward unions
I.2315Food and Drug Administration
I.2316Economic Development Administration Formula
I.2318Equal Rights Amendment, (2/7/73)
I.2321Fair packaging
I.2322Farm Association, etc. mailing list
I.2323Farm bill, 1973
I.2324Farmers bulletins
I.2325Federal Tax Sharing
I.2326Firearms legislation
I.2327Food stamp
I.2328Forest Service lands
I.241Food stamps
I.242Foreign aid in Georgia
I.243Statement: Foreign Trade Zone, (1/9/69)
I.244Foreign aid in Georgia, 1971
I.245Fort Frederica
I.246Fortner vs. United States Steel Corporation case
I.24 8-9 Mutual Funds
I.2410National Mutual Fund Dealers Conference, (9/16/69)
I.24 11-13 Mutual Funds
I.2414Fund-raiser 8th District
I.2416Gambrell, David
I.2417General Information--8th District
I.24 18-19 Georgia
I.2420Georgia College [Carl Vinson Professorship]
I.2421Georgia State Society
I.251Bob Hall--Army reception
I.252Hedgepeth, William
I.254Hoffer, Eric
I.255Honey testimony, (3/28/69)
I.256Housing needs of Twiggs County
I.257HEW labor OEO appropriations, 1970
I.2510ITT Rayonier
I.2511Impact Aid
I.2512Industrial Revenue Bonds
I.2514Intelligence activities
I.2515Interest rates
I.2516Interest and Foreign Commerce Committee
I.2517Intergovernment Relations: Federal Government programs
I.2518Intern Program--Laurance Day
I.2520Interstate and FCC Air Probe
I.2522Introduction of Stuckey by Sheriff Futch
I.2523Investment dealers, (9/17/69)
I.2524Implementation of the rural development act, 1972
I.2527Labor Day information
I.25 28-29 90th Congress 1st Session legislation
I.25 30-31 Legislation Miscellaneous Letters
I.262McGovern Issues and Alternatives
I.263Military complexes
I.264Military--independent complex
I.266Minority business
I.267Mutual funds
I.268Naval Gum Stores (Congressional Record insert)
I.269Negro registration
I.2610News media--radio and television
I.2613Nixon--State of the Union Address
I.2614No-fault amendment
I.26 15-17 No-Fault insurance
I.2618No-fault speech, (12/4/75)
I.2619Oil depletion allowance
I.2620Okefenokee--Art Pine
I.2622Patriotism material
I.2623Peanut acreage allotment--statement on floor
I.2625Pilots Club
I.2627Political southwest
I.271Postal Patron Mailing
I.272POW's [Prisoners of War]
I.273President's address on Vietnam
I.274Press Release
I.278Radio Broadcasts--Interviews, 2/9/1967
I.279Radio Station tapes
I.2710Railroad Strike
I.2711Rand Corporation
I.2714Recording with Senator Talmadge, 8/23/1967
I.2715Redistribution of People
I.2717Regional and Rural Development, 1/14/1969
I.2718Department Releases
I.2719Research--Juvenile Deliquincy
I.2720Revenue sharing
I.2721Revenue sharing--Maddox
I.2724Robins Air Force Base
I.2725Rotary Clubs
I.2726Rules Committee
I.27 27-28 Rural Development
I.27 29-30 Rural Electrification Administration
I.2731Russell Statement
I.2732Russell Reception
I.281Safety Closure
I.282St. Patrick
I.283Sanders, Carl
I.284Satilla River
I.285School Lunch
I.286Securities and Exchange Commission
I.287Selective Service
I.288Shipley, Carl
I.289Shorter College
I.28 10-11 Small Business
I.2812Small Business Administration
I.2813George T. Smith
I.2814Social Security Column by Stuckey, 4/26/1967
I.2815Southeast Asia, 1968
I.2816Speech Arrangments
I.2817State vs. Federal Government
I.2818Statements in Record
I.2820Street Lighting
I.2821Bill Stuckey Appreciation Day
I.2822Stuckey editorials "good"
I.2823Stuckey platform, 1966
I.2824HR9216 Stuckey Social Security
I.2825Stuckey statement before tobacco subcommittee, 7/23/74
I.2826Stuckey legislation
I.2827Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
I.2828Supersonic Transport
I.2829Take over bids
I.2831Tax Increase
I.2832Tax reform
I.2833Territorial Sea bill
I.2835Testimony of Fred J. Borch
I.2836Textile Import Limitation bill
I.292un-American Activities
I.293US Code--Employees
I.295Veteran Affairs
I.296Veteran Legislation
I.297Vietnam--Herman Talmadge
I.299Vietnam--Dean Rusk Statement
I.2911Vietnam Statement
I.2912Carl Vinson Professorship Fund
I.2913Vocational Education
I.2914Wallace, George
I.2915Water Pollution
I.29 16-17 Ways and Means
I.301Werner Hoffman
I.302White County [Marvin Griffin speech in Cleveland, Georgia on the 100th anniversary of the founding of White County], 1957 August 3
I.304YMCA Washington Seminar, 1974