Lamartine Griffin Hardman gubernatorial papers, 1926-1933.


Hardman, Lamartine Griffin, 1856-1937. Lamartine Griffin Hardman gubernatorial papers, 1926-1933.

Lamartine Griffin Hardman gubernatorial papers, 1926-1933.

The collection consists of gubernatorial papers of Lamartine Griffin Hardman from 1926-1933. Includes personal (1926-1927), office (1927-1933), and general (1927-1931) correspondence regarding political appointments, reorganization plans for Georgia and other states, the Georgia State Highway Board election controversy, election strategy, Hardman's personal business interests, and Georgia related issues. Major correspondents include Virginia Governor Harry Byrd, Georgia Governor Clifford Walker, E.D. Rivers, Commissioner of Agriculture Eugene Talmadge, U.S. Senators Walter George and William J. Harris, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Rear Admiral Robert E. Byrd. Additional materials pertain to boards, commissions, legislation, and issues of interest to Hardman's administration; records relating to patronage; and working files for proposed bills, speeches, and the state budget.

42.75 linear ft.

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