Osgood Williams oral history interview, 1988 Apr. 18.

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Williams, Osgood, 1913-. Osgood Williams oral history interview, 1988 Apr. 18.

Osgood Williams oral history interview, 1988 Apr. 18.

The collection consists of an oral history interview with Osgood Williams on April 18, 1988 in which he discusses memories of Richard Russell as governor; senate race; 1936 re-election campaign; Eugene Talmadge; Huey Long; Ellis Arnall; Cocking affair; county unit system; personal background; Ordinary Court; Roy Harris; Tom Murphy; Ralph McGill; Jim Gillis; Jimmy Carmichael; Marvin Griffin; three-governor controversy; George B. Hamilton; Governor E.D. Rivers; Tom Watson; "wool hat" boys; Herman Talmadge; Arnall campaign; Carmichael campaign; Bob Troutman; Claude Pittman; Primus King case; 1950 governor's race; Miles Walker Lewis; Greene County; William Wyatt; Unified Farm Program; Adlai Stevensen; John F. Kennedy; Estes Kefauver; Henry Wallace; Harry Truman; and Morris Abram.

3 audiotapes ; cassette.Transcript (75 p.)

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