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Affirmation Vietnam.

Affirmation Vietnam records, 1965-1966

.25 linear ft. (1 box) and 1 bound volume (BV)

Affirmation Vietnam, a student organization in favor of the Vietnam War, was established in December 1965 by a group of Emory University students. In February 1966, the organization staged a rally in support of the war, featuring well-known local and national politicians, at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, Ga. The collection consists of the records of Affirmation Vietnam, including a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, progress reports, press releases, and an event program, chiefly related to the rally.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Bowden, Henry L., 1910-1997.

Henry L. Bowden papers, 1925-1996

26.25 linear ft. (54 boxes) and 1 oversize paper folder (OP)

The collection consists of the papers of Henry L. Bowden, lawyer of Atlanta, Ga., who served as chairman of the Board of Trustees and legal counsel for Emory University. The collection consists of primarily correspondence arranged in subject files from 1929-1987, the bulk of which spans 1950-1980. Papers document Bowden's tenure as chairman of the Board of Trustees and as University counsel, and relate to desegregation, increasing student activism, intellectual freedom and the "God is Dead" controversy, and University endowment campaigns, among other topics.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Odem, Mary E.

Mary E. Odem interview recordings, 2006

0.25 linear ft. (1 box)

The collection includes two digital recordings of interviews conducted by Emory University faculty member Mary E. Odem with Emory alumni Charles C. Haynes and J. Henry Ambrose, about their experiences at Emory during desegregation.

Repository: Emory University Archives