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Scope and Content The collection contains eighty-six volumes of diaries written by Grady Lee Randolph that include memoirs, observations and analysis of daily life as a Alabama farm boy and later as a school teacher and permanent resident of Atlanta, Georgia. The collection spans from 1931 to 2001, but skips the year 1943. Randolph recorded over 20,000 daily diary entries that include observations of life during the Great Depression, and events such as the Gone With the Wind premier; World War II; the Winecoff...
Scope and Content This essay "Extraordinary People: All Saints' and the Civil Rights Movement" was delivered to the congregation of All Saints' Episcopal Church. In it Miller discusses how three parishioners; Elbert Tuttle, a judge and the chief judge of the United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals; Ralph McGill, a columnist, editor, and publisher of The Atlanta Journal Constitution; and Reverend Frank Ross, the senior minister at the All Saints' Episcopal Church,...
Scope and Contents of the Records This collection consists of a leaflet, dated 3 December, 1960, obtained by William Stanford Sr., which was distributed for this civil rights march by students attending college at schools within the Atlanta University Center system.
Dates: 3 December, 1960
- Segregation -- Georgia -- Atlanta 2
- African Americans -- Segregation -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) -- Politics and government 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) -- Race relations 1
- Civil rights -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Education -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- New Deal, 1933-1939 -- Georgia 1
- School integration -- Georgia 1
- Segregation -- Georgia 1
- Teachers -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1 ∧ less
- All Saints Episcopal Church (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Ku Klux Klan, 1915- 1
- McGill, Ralph 1
- Miller, Robert W. 1
- Randolph, Grady Lee, 1915- 1