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Vandiver, S. Ernest (Samuel Ernest) 1918-

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Works: 64 works in 69 publications in 1 language and 312 library holdings
Genres: History  Interviews 
Classifications: LC214.2,
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CBS reports: Who speaks for the South? ( visu )
3 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 19 libraries worldwide
The court order integrating Georgia public schools conflicted with the state constitution, prompting much debate regarding state's rights. In this 1960 news special Edward R. Murrow reports on the issue of racial segregation in the state's schools, focusing on the proceedings of the School Study Committee, a public forum in which residents of Georgia's ten Congressional districts voiced their opinions presenting a wide and sometimes ominous range of views. Murrow also interviews the Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Ralph McGill, Atlanta's mayor William Hartsfield and Georgia Governor S. Ernest Vandiver
CBS reports: The other face of Dixie ( visu )
2 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Correspondent Harry Reasoner visits four cities in this 1962 program to examine progress in school integration: Clinton, Tennessee; Norfolk, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; and Little Rock, Arkansas. Along with Atlanta governor S. Ernest Vandiver and journalists Ralph McGill and Lenoir Chambers, Reasoner talks with students at Little Rock Central High School, their school board president and Arkansas governor Orval Faubus
The Other face of Dixie ( visu )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Correspondent Harry Reasoner visits four cities in this 1962 program to examine progress in school integration: Clinton, Tennessee; Norfolk, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; and Little Rock, Arkansas. Along with Atlanta governor S. Ernest Vandiver and journalists Ralph McGill and Lenoir Chambers, Reasoner talks with students at Little Rock Central High School, their school board president and Arkansas governor Orval Faubus
Georgia state parks and their progress : during the administration of S. Ernest Vandiver, Governor, fiscal years 1959-1962 by Georgia( Book )
1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
S. Ernest Vandiver oral history interview by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
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
S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr. speech and press files by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of speech and press files of S. Ernest Vandiver from 1954-1966. Contains speeches and press releases including those he gave while Lt. Governor (1954-1958) and Governor (1959-1963)
Harold Paulk (Hal) Henderson, Sr. oral history collection by Harold P Henderson( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Documents the political and personal life of Georgia governor S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr., 1959-1963, in thirty-two interviews. Thirty interviewees, who include Ernest Vandiver, his family, friends, and political colleagues discuss: the gubernatorial administrations of Vandiver (1959-1963) and S. Marvin Griffin (1955-1959); public school integration during Vandiver's administration, including his famous "No, not one" speech, the Sibley Commission, and the desegregation of the University of Georgia in 1961; the Rural Roads Authority and the Honesty in Government Act; the county unit system; life and career before and after his governorship, including Vandiver's political career as adjutant general under Governor Herman Talmadge (1948-1955) and lieutenant governor under Governor Marvin Griffin (1955-1959), as well as his brief service as adjutant general under Governor Jimmy Carter (1971). Particularly interesting is discussion about the political and familial intersection of the Russell and Vandiver families through the marriage of Ernest Vandiver and Betty (Sybil Elizabeth) Russell in 1947
Governor's Office files by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of records of S. Ernest Vandiver while he served as Georgia Governor from 1959-1962. The records include subject files, county files, and personal files. Prominent in the subject files are reports from the Georgia Commission on Economy and Reorganization, and information relating to education and segregation
S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr. papers by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of the papers of S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr. from 1954-1972. Includes Governor's Office files (1959-1962), Lieutenant Governor's Office files (1955-1958), campaign files (1954-1972), speech and press files (1954-1966), and Legal Office files (1963-1966)
S. Ernest Vandiver campaign files by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of files relating to the four major political campaigns of S. Ernest Vandiver from 1954-1972. The records document Vandiver's campaign for Lt. Governor (1954), Governor (1958-1966), and U. S. Senate (1972). Includes county files, subject files, correspondence, and newsclippings
Roger H. Lawson press releases by Roger H Lawson( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The file contains press releases issued by former State Highway Board Chairman Roger Lawson during his unsuccessful bid for Georgia governor in 1958
David Gambrell U.S. Senatorial election of 1972 materials by David Henry Gambrell( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of press releases and printed materials concerning David Gambrell's 1972 campaign for United States Senator
Harold Paulk (Hal) Henderson, Sr. oral history collection by Harold P Henderson( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Oral history collection consists of interviews conducted by Harold Paulk (Hal) Henderson, Sr., during his research for two monographs, The Politics of Change in Georgia: A Political Biography of Ellis Arnall (1991) and Ernest Vandiver, Governor of Georgia (2000). Series I. Ellis G. Arnall, 1981, 1985-1988, contains nineteen interviews, some in several parts, and a recording of a speech by Herman Talmadge. Series I. documents the 1966 Georgia gubernatorial election and the life of Georgia governor Ellis G. Arnall, 1943-1947. Additional interviews with Herman E. Talmadge, Georgia governor, 1948-1955, and U.S. Senator, 1956-1981, record information about Talmadge, his father (Eugene) and family, and politics in Georgia. Series II. S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr., 1986, 1993-1994, contains thirty-one interviews, some in several parts, conducted by Hal Henderson and one interview conducted by Mel Steeley and Ted Fitzsimmons of West Georgia College documenting the political and personal life of Georgia governor S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr., 1959-1963
[Speech of Senator John F. Kennedy, the Little White House, Warm Springs, Ga., October 10, 1960] by John F Kennedy( visu )
1 edition published in 1960 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The crowd awaits Kennedy's arrival. Introductory speeches are made by "Speaker Smith"(?), Reverend Grover C. Patton (?), Charles F. Palmer (?), Warm Springs mayor Joe Butz (?), and former member of the Ga. legislature Warrenton D. Sanders (?). Sanders presents other guests; of those, the following appear on camera: Georgia Senator Herman Eugene Talmadge, Florida Senator George Smathers, Alabama Governor John C. Patterson, U.S. Representative Carl E. Benson, former Georgia governor Marvin Griffin, Basil O'Connor (former law partner of Roosevelt and president of the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation), and Graham Jackson (personal musician to Roosevelt), who briefly sings and plays the accordian. Governor Ernest Vandiver is introduced; he recalls the times and accomplishments of Roosevelt, and compares problems of Roosevelt's time with those of the present day. He introduces Kennedy. Kennedy takes the podium. The crowd. Kennedy thanks the distinguished guests and expresses his appreciation and admiration for Franklin D. Roosevelt. He discusses Roosevelt's spirit, compassion, accomplishments, and philosophy. The accomplishments of the Roosevelt Administration are not enough, however, if the United States is to prevail. The U.S. must meet its responsibilities, building greater strength at home in order to defend freedom around the globe. Roosevelt moved the U.S. forward so that it became a source of inspiration around the world. Two different philosophies now contend for the attention of the American people; there are those who would stand still, and those who wish to move forward. Kennedy discusses his positions on health issues, including provision of medical care for the aged through Social Security, increased educational opportunities, and encouragement of long-term research. He wants Khrushchev to know that a new generation of Americans has assumed leadership; he believes "America must move again."
Lieutenant Governor's Office files by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of the records of S. Ernest Vandiver while he served as Lieutenant Governor from 1955-1958. Includes county files, correspondence files, and subject files. The records also include materials relating to Vandiver's 1958 campaign for governor
S. Ernest Vandiver oral history interviews by S. Ernest Vandiver( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection consists of oral history interviews with S. Ernest Vandiver on March 20 and July 28, 1986 in which he discusses his childhood; Camp Dixie for Boys; appointment to Adjutant General; 1954 Lt. Governor's campaign; John Greer; Bill Dean; Billy Barrett; Rural Roads Program; Koinonia Farm; 1958 governor's race; Bill Bodenhamer; T.V. "Red" Williams; "No not one" pledge; anti-corruption measures; Billy Bowden; Dixon Oxford; Jim Gillis; Charles Collier; George Hearn; Ray Shirley; Bob Jordan; George L. Smith; Frank Twitty; Carl Sanders; relationship with state legislature and federal judiciary; Southern Democrats for Kennedy; Martin Luther King, Jr's 1960 arrest and release; integration of University of Georgia; Sibley Commission; Garland Byrd; Marvin Griffin; Senator Richard Russell; thoughts about entering 1966 governor's race
 
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Alternative Names
Vandiver, Samuel Ernest, 1918-
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English (41)
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