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Series 7
Ceklor papers, 1948-1951
Boxes 149-151

Scope and Content Note

CEKLOR was formed in 1948 by various civic clubs in Georgia-Civitan, Exchange, Kiwanis, Lions, Optimist, and Rotary to bring about state-wide election reform. Specifically, the group worked to have each county adopt the secret ballot and to monitor more effectively vote tabulation. Charles Palmer was active in CEKLOR's founding and its operation.

Box Folder Content
149 1-2 1948 (1 of 2): Correspondence and newspaper articles regarding CEKLOR's activities.
149 2 1948 (2 of 2)
149 3
149 4 Discussion Material (1 of 2): Correspondence, speeches, and news releases about CEKLOR, 1948-1952
149 5 Discussion material (2 of 2)
149 6 Miscellaneous data and extra copies: Magazine article, advertisements, and correspondence dating from the late-1940s
150 1 General correspondence (1 of 10)
150 2 General correspondence (2 of 10)
150 3 General correspondence (3 of 10)
150 4 General correspondence (4 of 10)
150 5 General correspondence (5 of 10)
150 6 General correspondence (6 of 10)
151 1 General correspondence (7 of 10)
151 2 General correspondence (8 of 10)
151 3 General correspondence (9 of 10)
151 4 General correspondence (10 of 10)
151 5 Contributions: Records of individuals contributing to CEKLOR during 1951.
151 6 Current file and Atlanta meeting material, December. 7-8, 1951
151 7 District Assembly, District 240, R.I., Columbus, Georgia, July 17, 1950: Newspaper articles regarding the 1950 Rotary Club District Assembly meeting and copies of a speech that Palmer delivered at the session.
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