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Manuel Maloof oral history interviews, 1994 June 13 and 15.

Author: Manuel Maloof; David Nordan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of oral history interviews with Manuel Maloof on June 13 and 15, 1994 in which he discusses his early political career; election to DeKalb County Commission; demographic changes in DeKalb County; family background; father's career; early life; Leo Frank; segregation, discrimination, and anti-Catholicism in pre-WWII Atlanta; minority representation in politics; James L. Key; "wide open"
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Genre/Form: Oral history
Sound recording
Personal narratives
Named Person: Julian Bond; Howard H Callaway; Jimmy Carter; William Berry Hartsfield; Maynard Jackson; Vernon E Jordan; John Lewis; James A Mackay; Lester Maddox; Ralph McGill; Carl Edward Sanders; John A Sibley; Andrew Young
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel Maloof; David Nordan
OCLC Number: 38477692
Notes: Interviewed by David Nordan.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Description: 3 audiotapes ; cassette. Transcript (83 p.)
Other Titles: Georgia Government Documentation Project.

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The collection consists of oral history interviews with Manuel Maloof on June 13 and 15, 1994 in which he discusses his early political career; election to DeKalb County Commission; demographic changes in DeKalb County; family background; father's career; early life; Leo Frank; segregation, discrimination, and anti-Catholicism in pre-WWII Atlanta; minority representation in politics; James L. Key; "wide open" Atlanta; political corruption; William B. Hartsfield; Plan of Improvement; Shag Cates; Mills B. Lane; Ivan Allen; early black politicians and policemen; desegregation; Atlanta airport; Lake Lanier; WWII experiences and marriage; county unit system; early business ventures; Manuel's Tavern; early political involvement; population growth in DeKalb County; Community Relations Commission; minority political involvement; and merit system.

Also CEO of DeKalb County Commission; Grady Hospital, MARTA; Ernest Barrett; Scott Candler; county water and sewer development; Jim Mackay; Charles Weltner; Eugene Talmadge; Ellis Arnall; Marvin Griffin; Georgia reaction to Brown vs. Board of Education; Jim Cherry; John Sibley; Carl Sanders; Lester Maddox; Bo Callaway; DeKalb County arrest of Martin Luther King; Herman Talmadge; John Lewis; desegregation of the University of Georgia; Andrew Young; Maynard Jackson; Vernon Jordan; Julian Bond; political changes from the 1940s to the 1980s; Ralph McGill; Jimmy Carter; and Thurgood Baker.

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