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S. Ernest Vandiver oral history interview, 1994 Jan. 25.

Author: S Ernest Vandiver; Cliff Kuhn
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of an oral history interview with S. Ernest Vandiver on January 25, 1994 in which he discusses the march on the Capitol; Sibley Commission; Judge John A. Sibley; Griffin Bell; Herman Talmadge; Marvin Griffin; meeting with John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson; Vandiver's experience with National Guard; role of Bobby Kennedy in 1960 presidential election; return of Martin Luther King to Georgia in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral history
Sound recording
Named Person: Griffin B Bell; Marvin Griffin; William Berry Hartsfield; Lyndon B Johnson; John F Kennedy; Robert F Kennedy; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Oscar Mitchell; John A Sibley; George D Stewart; Herman E Talmadge; Theodore H White
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: S Ernest Vandiver; Cliff Kuhn
OCLC Number: 38477601
Notes: Interviewed by Cliff Kuhn.
Related collections in this repository: S. Ernest Vandiver oral history interviews, March 20 and July 28, 1986, Series A: Georgia Governors oral history collection.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Description: 2 audiotapes ; cassette. Transcript (64 p.)
Other Titles: Georgia Government Documentation Project.

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The collection consists of an oral history interview with S. Ernest Vandiver on January 25, 1994 in which he discusses the march on the Capitol; Sibley Commission; Judge John A. Sibley; Griffin Bell; Herman Talmadge; Marvin Griffin; meeting with John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson; Vandiver's experience with National Guard; role of Bobby Kennedy in 1960 presidential election; return of Martin Luther King to Georgia in 1960; 1960 meeting of Southern Governors; effect of Atlanta sit-ins on presidential election; Vandiver's communication with Mayor Hartsfield; Vandiver meeting with Herman Talmadge and black leaders; controversy surrounding Judge Mitchell's revocation of King's probation; intervention of Senator Kennedy; Bob Russell; George Stewart; legal issues; Bobby Kennedy phone call to Mitchell; impact on presidential election; Charlie Pou's ATLANTA JOURNAL article; 1972 Senate race between Vandiver, David Gambrell, Sam Nunn; Vandiver association with George Stewart; Stewart and Mitchell meeting with Bobby Kennedy; Theodore White's investigation of Kennedy-King affair; Vandiver's governorship; desegregation of schools; end of county unit system; desegregation of University of Georgia.

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