John Helm Maclean papers on Eugene Talmadge, 1938-1942.

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Maclean, John Helm, 1921-1944. John Helm Maclean papers on Eugene Talmadge, 1938-1942.

John Helm Maclean papers on Eugene Talmadge, 1938-1942.

These papers pertain to John Helm Maclean's senior thesis on Eugene Talmadge (1884-1946), Governor of Georgia. They consist of a copy of his thesis, notes, clippings (most of them from the Atlanta Journal), a file of The Statesman, Talmadge's newspaper, August-December 1942, and publications which he collected for information on conditions in Georgia. There is some correspondence with Georgia politicians, editors, and college professors. With few exceptions, these papers relate to the campaign of Ellis Arnall and Eugene Talmadge for the governorship of Georgia in 1942.

6 boxes (3.0 cubic feet)

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Maclean, John Helm, 1921-1944.

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John Helm Maclean (1921-1944) was born in Savannah, the son of Malcolm Maclean and Emily Helm Maclean. He was educated in Savannah Public Schools, Asheville School in Asheville, North Carolina, Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, and graduated with honors from Yale in 1942. He was commissioned 1st Lieutenant in the Yale Battalion of Field Artillery and fought during World War II. In August 1944, Maclean was killed in action in France. From the description of John Helm Maclean pap...

Talmadge, Eugene, 1884-1946

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Born in Forsyth, Georgia; educated at the University of Georgia; practicing lawyer in Atlanta, Montgomery County, and Telfair County, Georgia; Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture, 1927-1933; served three terms as Governor of Georgia; died as governor-elect in 1946. From the description of Pamphlets, 1942. (University of Southern Mississippi, Regional Campus). WorldCat record id: 17429974 ...