Celestine Sibley oral history interview, 1987 Mar. 5.

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Celestine Sibley oral history interview, 1987 Mar. 5.

The collection consists of an oral history interview with Celestine Sibley on March 5, 1987 in which she discusses William Hartsfield; the "three horsemen" (George L. Smith, Frank Twitty, and Jack Ray); Marvin Griffin, M.L. St. John; three-governor controversy; James Carmichael; Eugene Talmadge; political factions at the Atlanta Constitution; Ralph McGill in south Georgia; George L. Smith; the Leo Frank case; Fred Hand; 1962 governor's race; Lester Maddox; Bobby Rowan; the fire truck in Enigma, Georgia; the Roscoe Dean-Bobby Rowan feud; Milledgeville State Hospital hearings; reporters at the State Capitol; Lamar Ball; the political hotels in Atlanta; extra-curricular activities during legislative sessions; modern political reporters; non-print media; television's effect on politicians; Ernest Vandiver and desegregation; the county unit system; Grace Hamilton; Willie Mae; Roy Harris; HOPE; Eugene Talmadge; Herman Talmadge; Watergate; Richard Nixon; newspapers exposes; and Julian Bond.

1 audiotape ; cassette.Transcript (65 p.)

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