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Series 5
Audiovisual material, 1978-2004
Boxes AV1-AV3

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of audiovisual material from 1978-2004 and primarily includes recordings relating to Michael Lomax's campaigns for Fulton County Board of Commissioners (1978) and Mayor of Atlanta (1989), produced by Citizens for Lomax and Women for Lomax. A large portion of the series is comprised of educational videos from The Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Other items of interest include recordings relating to the establishment of the Fulton County Jail Welfare Fund, an address by President Jimmy Carter on "servant leadership," and recordings of a sermon by Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
AV1 - "The Ark of Spirit with Avery Brooks," undated [original: VHS]
AV2 - Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, Michael Lomax Press Conference, undated [original: Umatic]
AV1 - Carbo Café, 1989 July 27 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Carter, Jimmy (President), "Servant Leadership," Emory University, 1986 April 18 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Central Atlanta Progress, 52nd Annual Meeting, 1993 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Central Atlanta Progress, tape 1, audio channel 1, Marriot Marquis, undated [original: Umatic]
AV2 - Central Atlanta Progress, tape 2, dub, Marriot Marquis, undated [original: Umatic]
AV3 - "The Challenge of the Future for America's Cities: Mayor Henry Cisneros," National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, 1988 February 25 [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - "Citizens for Lomax," 1989 July 21 [original: VHS]
AV2 - "Citizens for Lomax," 1989 July 26 [original: unidentified format]
AV2 - "Citizens for Lomax," version A, 1989 July 11 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - "Citizens for Lomax," version A, 1989 July 11 [original: VHS]
AV2 - "Citizens for Lomax," version B, 1989 July 11 [original: Umatic]
AV2 - "Citizens for Lomax," version C, 1989 July 11 [original: Umatic]
AV2 - "Citizens for Lomax" and "Campaign for Lomax," 8 cuts, 1989 July 11 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - "Commissioner Lomax," The Alley Pat Show, WVEU TV69, undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - "D'Arcy MacManus and Masius," Alliance Theatre, 1985 May 7 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Democratic Debate on Social Policy, "Opportunity and Obligation," Democratic Leadership Council, 1987 November 2 [with Michael Lomax and others] [original: VHS]
AV3 - Dillard University, Baccalaureate Service, 2004 May 7 [original: DVD]
AV1 - Dillard University Leadership Forum on Education featuring George W. Bush, 2000 August 24 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly," Thomasville Heights Elementary School, 1989 January 11 [original: VHS]
AV3 - "Dr. Michael Lomax: Profile," UNCF 2005 [original: DVD]
AV3 - "The Final Call: A Message by Minister Louis Farrakhan," side 1 and 2, Wheat Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984 September 23 [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "The Final Call: A Message by Minister Louis Farrakhan," side 3 and 4, Wheat Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984 September 23 [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - "Fulton County," 1983 November 2 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Fulton County Board of Commissioners Inauguration Ceremony, 1987 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - Fulton County Board of Commissioners Inauguration Ceremony, undated [original: VHS]
AV3 - "Fulton County Jail," radio interviews, Burrell Advertising, 1984 [original: open reel tape]
AV3 - "Fulton County Jail," Burrell Advertising, 1984 [original: audio cassette]
AV2 - "Fulton County Jail Welfare Fund," Burrell Advertising, 1984 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - "Fulton County Jail Welfare Fund," Burrell Advertising, 1984 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "God's Trombones, Voter Education Project," 1989 May 29 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Greenleaf, Robert K., Alverno College graduation speaker, The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, 1984 May 9 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Greenleaf, Robert K., "Assessment," The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, 1987 April 23 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Greenleaf, Robert K., "Consensus Decision Making," The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, 1987 April 27
AV1 - Greenleaf, Robert K., "Discussion on Trusteeship," The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, 1987 April 27 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Greenleaf, Robert K., "Origins of Union at AT&T," The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - Greenleaf, Robert K., "The Servant as Leader Idea," The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, 1986 September 18 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Greenleaf, Robert K., "A Conversation on Servant Leadership with Philip A. Amerson," The Robert K. Greenleaf Center, 1984 September 5 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "If You Knew Marvin Like We Know Marvin," produced by Friends of Bill, undated [original: VHS]
AV2 - Jesse Hill reshoot, James Video Production, 1989 July 18 [original: 1" Type C]
AV3 - "Joe Jennings," undated [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "The Legacy of Arthur Johnson," 2009 [original: DVD]
AV3 - "Lomax '93: Dr. Barbara King," 1993 [original: open reel tape]
AV3 - Lomax campaign: Maynard Jackson, circa 1989 [original: open reel tape]
AV1 - Lomax Campaign tape 1, 1989 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Lomax Campaign tape 2, 1989 [original: VHS]
AV1 - Lomax dub, 1989 January 1 [original: Umatic]
AV3 - Lomax, Michael (?), lecture on African American literature, undated [original: audio cassette] [1]
AV3 - Lomax, Michael (?), lecture on African American literature, undated [original: audio cassette] [2]
AV3 - Lomax TV voice-over, undated [original: open reel tape]
AV3 - "Maynard Jackson," E. Rivers School, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989 May 15 [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax," undated [original: 16mm film]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax," 1978 October [original: 16mm film]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax," 1978 July [1] [original: 16mm film]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax," 1978 July [2] [original: 16mm film]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax," 1978 July [3] [original: 16mm film]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax," 1995 August 30 [original: Video8]
AV1 - "Michael Lomax," Democratic National Convention, CBS Sunday and CNN Profile, 1988 (?) [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Michael Lomax," John Pruitt, Channel 11, 1989 August 3 [original: VHS]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax for County Commission: No surprise. Important. Mayor Young Endorsement," undated [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax for County Commission: As Chairman; I believe that; I think; I've put in; When I first; One of the," undated [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax for County Commissioner: Works Hard; Mayor Young," 1982 August 10 [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax for County Commissioner," Citizens for Lomax, 1982 [original: open reel tape]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax for County Commissioner," undated [original: open reel tape]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax for Mayor: Bridges," Burrell Advertising, 1989 January 18 [original: audio cassette]
AV2 - "Michael Lomax for Mayor: Together," Burrell Advertising, 1989 January 18 [original: Umatic]
AV3 - "Michael Lomax/Great New Taste," Coca-Cola, Mcann-Erickson, Inc., undated [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - "Michael Lomax Mayoral Announcement," Carver Homes, 1989 January 1 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - "Michael Lomax," News at Ten, Channel 46, 1989 July 13 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Missing and Murdered Children," undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - Morningside Presbyterian Church, 1989 March 22 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Plant conversion renovation announcement, Lakewood, Georgia, 1985 November 12 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - "Public Service Private Sacrifice: Narrated by Andrew Young," The Jimmy Carter Library, 1988 [original: VHS]
AV3 - Roach, Lee J., "Roast," 1984 December 18 [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - "SM," 1983 October 5 [original: audio cassette]
AV3 - State Free Negro Capitation Tax Books circa 1811-1860, South Carolina Archives microcopy 11, 1983 [original: microfilm] [1]
AV3 - State Free Negro Capitation Tax Books circa 1811-1860, South Carolina Archives microcopy 11, 1983 [original: microfilm] [2]
AV1 - State of the County Address, 1988 [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Super Summer in Fulton County with Michael Lomax," outro, undated [original: VHS]
AV1 - "Sweet Auburn," undated [original: VHS]"
AV1 - "The Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century," preview tape, CEL Educational Resources, 1986 [original: VHS]
AV3 - Unidentified film, undated [original: 16mm film]
AV3 - "WGST: 5 Years of News Radio, 5th Anniversary Special," 1982 October 18 [original: audio cassette]
AV2 - "Writers in Focus with guest Dorothy West," 1988 April 14
AV2 - Women for Lomax with Ben Hill, United Methodist Church, 1989 July 11 [original: Umatic]
AV1 - Women for Lomax with Ben Hill, United Methodist Church, 1989 June 10 [original: VHS]
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