Inventory of the Graham W. Jackson, Sr. Papers

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System
Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History

Presented online by the Digital Library of Georgia

Overview of Collection

Repository: Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, 101 Auburn Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Collection Number: aarl89-004

Title: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. papers

Date: 1880-1990

Quantity: 20.5 linear ft.

Abstract: The collection consists of papers of Graham Washington Jackson, Sr. from 1880-1990. The papers include correspondence, newspaper articles, scrapbooks, photographs, slides, and printed material documenting Jackson's musical performances and awards. Notable correspondents include Jimmy Carter, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, William Hartsfield, and John Kennedy. The collection also contains audio and video recordings, albums, music manuscripts, sheet music, and Jackson's paintings. The photographs include performances at the Little White House; with the Roosevelts, Lester Maddox, or other individuals and settings; and promotional photographs with various personalities.


Historical Sketch

Graham W. Jackson, Sr. was born in Portsmouth, Virginia in 1903 to Graham Washington Jackson and Pauline Hinton Jackson. His mother was a talented vocalist and musician. Graham W. Jackson, Sr. exhibited musical talent as early as age three and was recognized as a prodigy because of his ability to master virtually any instrument without instruction. Excelling on both the piano and organ, Jackson was giving concerts while in high school. With the assistance of a well-to-do patron, he had hoped to go to college to further his studies. The unexpected death of the patron, Dr. King, destroyed Jackson's hope of going to college.

Graham W. Jackson, Sr. continued performing and began touring which led him to Atlanta, Georgia in 1923. Here he found opportunities not only to perform in such places as Atlanta's Royal Theater and Bailey's "81" but also to attend Morehouse College. Graham Jackson's desire for education eventually led him to Chicago Music College, Hampton Institute, Loyola University, and Atlanta University. In 1928 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. accepted an appointment to Washington High School as head of the music department. He held this position until 1940. During these 12 years Jackson continued performing in and out of Atlanta, often for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jackson enlisted in the United States Navy May 16, 1942 and was discharged September 8, 1945. He was given numerous citations for his service to our country in helping to raise over three million dollars worth of Bonds and for recruiting for the Navy.

In 1945 Jackson became a national symbol of the grief felt over the passing of Franklin D. Roosevelt. A picture of Jackson playing the accordion and weeping as the body of Roosevelt left the Little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia was published in Life magazine. Throughout his lifetime people would remember Jackson from this picture and his association with Roosevelt.

Besides performing for and being known as the favorite musician of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Graham W. Jackson, Sr. has tributes too numerous to list here. He did perform for a total of seven consecutive presidents and was designated the "Official Musician of the State of Georgia." From 1940 until his passing on January 15, 1983, Graham W. Jackson, Sr. was self-employed and made his living through his Music Studio, giving concerts, and personal appearances. Jackson was also an organist for the St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church and a choir director and organist for the First Congregational Church, Atlanta, Georgia. He is remembered by many for his performances at Johnny Reb's Dixieland and Pittypat's Porch, two Atlanta restaurants.

Graham W. Jackson, Sr. was married to Helen Balton Jackson. Their union was blessed with two sons, Graham W. Jackson, Jr. born October 24, 1945, and Gerald Wayne Jackson born March 13, 1958.


Scope and Content Note

Presently, the collection consists of 27 boxes of varied materials and includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, audio and video tape recordings, long-playing albums, and periodical articles and books which provide information on Graham W. Jackson, Sr. These materials provide a well-rounded history of the life of Jackson. Several boxes of the collection contain music and books which belonged to Graham W. Jackson Sr.


Arrangement of the Collection

I. Personal Papers, 1923-1988.

II. Newspaper Clippings, 1940-1990.

III. Memorabilia, 1958-1971.

IV. Scrapbooks, 1962-1983.

V. Periodicals/Articles, 1925-1978.

VI. Books Which Contain Information on Graham W. Jackson, Sr.

VII. [Plaques and Photographs].

VIII. [Audio-Visual Materials], 1945-1972.

IX. [Music]

X. [Books-Music], 1900-1977.

XI. [Books], 1880-1975.

XII. Oversize, 1923-1973.




Topics Covered

Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Hartsfield, William Berry.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
Music--Manuscripts.
African American musicians-- Georgia.
Atlanta (Ga.)
Photographs.
Sheet music.
Sound recordings.
Video recordings.



Administrative Information

Acquired From:

The original Graham W. Jackson, Sr. Collection was obtained in 1989 and consisted of a single box of materials. In 1994 the collection was greatly supplemented with the addition of several boxes.

Restrictions on Access:

There are no restrictions on research use of this collection.

Restrictions on Use:

Prior permission from the Research Library must be obtained in writing before any portion of this collection can be published or reproduced.

Preferred Citation Method:

Item, series, Graham W. Jackson, Sr. papers, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.


Separation List

The archive also possesses an accordion which belonged to Graham W. Jackson, Sr.

Miller, Richard Roscoe. Slavery and Catholicism. Durham, N.C.: North State Publishers, 1957. This book, originally located in Box 22, has been taken out of the Graham W. Jackson collection and placed in the rare book collection.


Container List

 

Series I: [Personal Papers], 1923-1988

Box Folder
1 1 Biographical sketch - The Life and Times of Inimitable Graham W. Jackson by Lillian B. Garnett (6 pages)
2 Resumes - Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
3 Resumes - Graham W. Jackson, Jr. ; Mrs. Helen B Jackson
4 Correspondence - Graham W. Jackson, Sr., 1945-1974
5 Correspondence - Graham W. Jackson, Sr., 1975-1982
6 Correspondence - Mrs. Helen B. Jackson
7 Correspondence - Graham W. Jackson, Jr.
8 Correspondence - Miscellaneous
9 Correspondence - Cards and envelopes
10 Legal Documents (birth, military, marriage, etc.)
11 Promotional literature
12 Programs, 1923-1958
13 Programs, 1965-1988, and undated
14 Programs - Franklin D. Roosevelt Warm Springs Memorial Services
15 Postcards





 

Series II: [Newspaper clippings], 1940-1990

Box Folder
1 16 Newspaper clippings, 1940-1949
"Graham Jackson Plays, Mrs. Wm. Neely Honored" The Baltimore Afro-American, 7-26-41
"Elks Sound Appeal for Bond Purchases Over the Air Tonight: Graham Jackson Feature of Colorful Show at USO", 6-28-45
17 Newspaper clippings, 1950-1959
"Graham Jackson Enthralls Audience" The True Citizen (Waynesboro, Burks Co., Ga.), 11-15-51
"Richard Hackney, Jr. Feted With Colorful Birthday Party" Atlanta Daily World, 11-18-51
"Weekly News Roundup of the Negro Community: Graham W. Jackson" The Atlanta Journal, The Atlanta Constitution, 1-20-52
"Poet Sides With the English Scholar Who Questions Famous Line in Khayyam Verse" The Atlanta Constitution, 5-12-52
Photograph and description, Courier Magazine Section, 12-31-55
"'Today' Sets Warm Springs Show" The Atlanta Journal, 12-28-57
"TV Offers Salute To Warm Springs" The Atlanta Journal, 12-31-57
"Second Son Born to Mr. And Mrs. Graham W. Jackson" Atlanta Daily World, 3-14-58
"Graham Jackson Rated No. 1" The Pittsburgh Courier, 8-23-58
"Graham Jackson Record Features 16 Spirituals" The Atlanta Journal, 12-9-58
"Collard Greens With Candle Light" The Atlanta Constitution, 3-30-59
18 Newspaper clippings, 1960-1969
"FDR's Favorite Plays Kennedy's Marching Song" The Atlanta Constitution, 10-11-60
"F.D.R Accordionist Goes for Kennedy" The Atlanta Journal, 10-13-60
Photograph and description "Meet the Governor" The Atlanta Constitution, 3-7-68
"FDR Would Still Laugh Today, Daughter Says" The Macon Telegraph and News, 4-13-69
"Maddox Picks Jackson For Corrections Board" The Atlanta Constitution, 12-9-69
Photograph and description - Oath of office for State Board of Corrections, The Atlanta Journal, 12-11-69
19 Newspaper clippings, 1970-1979
Photograph and description - Jackson playing for Suffolk (Va.) Rotary Club, 1972
Photograph and description - FDR's favorite entertainer, The Manchester Star-Mercury, 4-11-74
"Jackson Will Speak At Commemoration Ceremony" The Meriwether Vindicator(Greenville, Ga.), 4-11-74
"Goin' Home" The Ozarker! Sunday News & Leader, 4-28-74
"Graham Jackson: The Man and His Music" The Atlanta Constitution, 2-24-76
"Graham Jackson: He Still Remembers Portsmouth" ( Chesapeake/ Portsmouth published with the Ledger-Star and The Virginia Pilot, 3-14-76
"Famous Tears" The New York Times, 1-16-77
"The Day the War Ended" The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, 8-14-77
Photograph and Description - Graham W. Jackson, Sr., Thomas J. "Tip" O'Neal and James Roosevelt, The Tribune, 2-6-78
20 Newspaper clippings, 1980-1989
Photograph and description - Graham W. Jackson, Sr., William B. Hartsfield and Wheat Williams, Sr., Dekalb News/Sun, 6-11-80
Photograph and description - Bronze Jubilee Awards, Atlanta Daily World, 2-24-81
"Roosevelt loved the music of Atlantan Graham Jackson" The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 1-31-82
"Graham Jackson Story Being Written By Wife" Atlanta Daily World, 4-20-82
"Graham Jackson is dead; often performed for FDR" The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 1-16-83
"Graham Jackson Dies Here At Age 79" Atlanta Daily World, 1-18-83
"Miller and Anderson win 'Georgy' awards; LeFevre and Jackson also named to Ga. Hall of Fame" The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 9-22-85
Photograph and description, Intown Extra in The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 12-29-88
21 Newspaper clippings, 1990
"Sparkling Specialties" The Atlanta Inquirer, 3-24-90
22 Newspaper clippings, No Date
"Portsmouth Boy Recognized As A Musical Genius"
"Teacher of Music Charges Threats"
"12,000 Crowd Thrilled With Sixth Festival"
"Graham Jackson Has Sustaining Spot on Local Radio Station"
"Graham Jackson Slated To Go On Nat'l Hookup"
"Noted Orchestra To Be Heard Here: Seminole Syncopators to Play For Macon Dance"
"Graham W. Jackson Only Negro Publix Radio Artist"
"The Dixie Brevities - A Great Show"
"Graham Jackson's Syncopators Draw Large Crowd"
"Locals, Club: Seminole Syncopators to Play for Macon Dance"
"Great Orchestra of South"
"German Officials To Hear Graham Jackson And Ensemble"
"Noted Musician of B.T.W. Gives Values of Public School Music"
"Real Organist At 81"
"Jewish Progressive Club Uses Colored Talent"
"Graham Jackson Appears In Regular Monthly Organ Recital At Warren M.E. Church"
"Second Son Born to Mr. and Mrs. Graham W. Jackson"
"Special Feature"
"A Popular Atlanta Negro"
"Unique Auction UPS Bond Sales"
"Morning Mailbag"
"Interest Soars In Big Music Festival"
"American Negro Festival Has Strong Talent Array"
"Graham Jackson Is Named Entertainer For Gov. Talmadge"
"Ignores Negroes In Hodges Celebration" The Pittsburgh Courier
"Sons of Graham W. Jackson Baptized"
"The Musical Bunch: Graham Jackson"
"Zero Club Sponsors Beautiful Dance At the Athletic Club Friday Night With Many Dancers Enjoying Occasion"
"Graham Jackson and His Seminole Stars on WGST Program"
"Writer Recalls Past Performances of That Master, Graham Jackson"
"Graham Jackson A Feature Of Hampton Art Festival"
"Jackson Is Cited As Bond Champion"
"Graham Jackson Cited By Navy"
Photograph and description
Photograph and description - The Jackson Quartet
Photograph and description - The Salesman Congratulated
Photograph and description - Sing Sunday, Atlanta Daily World
Photograph and description - Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Eleanor Roosevelt
Untitled
"Behind-the-Scenes Look at Filming"
23 Newspaper clippings, 1940-1949 (Xerox Copies)
24 Newspaper clippings, 1950-1959 (Xerox Copies)
25 Newspaper clippings, 1960-1969 (Xerox Copies)
26 Newspaper clippings, 1970-1979 (Xerox Copies)
27 Newspaper clippings, 1980-1989 (Xerox Copies)
28 Newspaper clippings: , 1990s (Xerox Copies)
29 Newspaper clippings, No Date (Xerox Copies)





 

Series III: [Memorabilia], 1958-1971

Box Folder
2 1 Proclamation (Graham W. Jackson Sr. made the Official Musician of the State of Georgia by Governor Jimmy Carter, 11-30-71) and a Certificate, 11-30-71
2 Press releases
3 Television script/outline
4 Miscellaneous personal papers
5 Stationary
6 WERD License plate
7 Menus - Pittypat's Porch
8 Pamphlets and miscellaneous papers
9 Tourist brochures - Little White House
10 Tourist brochures - miscellaneous
12 Music catalogs/price sheets
13 Newsletters
14 Periodicals - American Guild of Organists Quarterly, (Jan. and July 1958)
15 Periodicals - miscellaneous
16 Newspaper clippings - miscellaneous
17 Booklets
18 Spanish books
19 Song sheets/lyrics





 

Series IV: Scrapbooks, 1962-1983

Box Folder
3 1 Scrapbook, 1977
Page
1 Promotional Pamphlet; Photograph of Graham W. Jackson Sr. at the organ
2 Newspaper Clippings (2)
"Famous Tears" New York Times (text; photo), Jan. 16, 1977
"Accordionist Would Like To Play for Carter, Too" Atlanta Constitution (text; photo), Jan. 19, 1977
3 Newspaper Clipping: "Graham Jackson; Playing For Six Presidents, Warm Memory" Atlanta Daily World (text; photo), Mar. 13, 1977
4 Empty
5 Certificate (copy): Jackson proclaimed "Official Musician" of the State of Georgia by Governor Jimmy Carter
6 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carter, (signed and dated Jan. 1977)
7 Itinerary from White House for Graham W. Jackson's visit, Jan. 21, 1977
8 Photograph: Jimmy Carter (signed)
9 Check (copy) from the 1976 Presidential Campaign Committee, 1976
10 Itinerary from White House for Graham W. Jackson's visit, Jan. 21, 1977
11 Newspaper Clipping: "Home Folks' Party in White House" Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Jan. 22, 1977
12 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carter, (signed and dated Jan. 1977)
13 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
14 Empty
15 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr.; Newspaper Clipping - horoscope
16 Photograph: Governor Jimmy Carter and the State Board of Corrections (left to right: E.B. Register, Jack T. Rutledge, Graham W. Jackson, Sr., William F. Easterlin, Jimmy Carter, Lee Arrendale, 3 men on right are unidentified)
17 Newspaper Clipping: "The Parallels Between FDR and Carter" Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Mar. 12, 1977
18 Newspaper Clipping: "Atlanta's Graham Jackson: A Musician Who Performed for Four Presidents" Atlanta Daily World (text; photo), Oct. 29, 1976
19 Newspaper Clipping: "Graham Jackson: The Man and His Music" Atlanta Constitution (text; photo), Feb. 24, 1976
20 Empty
2 Scrapbook: Life of Graham W. Jackson, Book 1
Page
1 Promotional Pamphlet
2 Empty
3-7 Description of materials from the Life of Graham W. Jackson (July 23, 1983 from Mrs. Helen B. Jackson to Mr. Larry Bird, Museum Technician, Smithsonian Institution), July 23,1983
8 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion at Warm Springs
9 Memo: to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. from Franklin D. Roosevelt Warm Springs Memorial Commission, July 17, 1978
10 Photograph: Warm Springs Commemoration
11 Photograph: Warm Springs Commemoration
12 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion at Warm Springs
13 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and unidentified military personnel
14 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion
15 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion for Governor and Mrs. Lester Maddox outside the Governor's mansion
16 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion
17 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion; 2 unidentified men
18 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion with 2 unidentified African-American musicians
19 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion; 3 unidentified men
20 Photograph: Board of Corrections - Lee Arrendale, Jack T. Rutledge, E.B. Register, Graham W. Jackson, Sr., and John B. Stanley
3 Scrapbook: Life of Graham W. Jackson, Book 2
Page
1 Promotional Pamphlet
2 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. receiving proclamation from Governor Jimmy Carter
3 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Eleanor Roosevelt
4 Newspaper Clipping: "Flashback" Wheat Williams, Sr., Graham W. Jackson, Sr., and Mayor William B. Hartsfield (photo and description)
5 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion
6 Photograph: Franklin D. Roosevelt standing
7 Photograph: Franklin D. Roosevelt standing
8 Program: "Obsequies for Mr. Graham Washington Jackson, Sr."
9 Correspondence: to Mrs. Graham Jackson from Joe Tanner (Franklin D. Roosevelt Little White House Memorial Advisory Committee), Apr. 27, 1983
Condolences and resolution
10 Newspaper Clipping: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Eleanor Roosevelt (photo and description)
11 Correspondence: to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. from Eleanor Roosevelt (copy), June 11, 1962
12 Correspondence: to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. from S. R. Davis (President of Davis Brothers Restaurants and Cafeterias), May 1, 1962
13 Correspondence: to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. from George T. Smith (Lieutenant Governor of Georgia), Dec. 15, 1969
14 Correspondence: to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. from George O. Whitman, Sr. (Judge, Court of Appeals), Dec. 9, 1969
15 Itinerary from White House for Graham W. Jackson's visit, Jan 21, 1977
16 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. receiving Proclamation from Governor Jimmy Carter
17 Correspondence: to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. from President Jimmy Carter, Oct. 27, 1978
18 Postcards
Roosevelt's Little White House, Warm Springs, Ga. (color)
The Little White House, Warm Springs, Ga. (black and white)
A Replica of the Little White House, Atlanta, Ga. Home of Graham W. Jackson (color)
A Replica of the Little White House ... Georgia home of Graham W. Jackson (black and white)
19-20 Empty
4 Scrapbook: The Life of Graham W. Jackson, Book 3
Page
1 Promotional Pamphlet
2 Empty
3 Newspaper Clipping: "Pop Photo Shots" Ed Clark, Life photographer who took famous photo of Graham W. Jackson, Sr. Popular Photography, Sept. 1982
4 Newspaper Clipping: "Roosevelt Loved the Music of Atlantan Graham Jackson" Atlanta Journal and Constitution (text; photo), Jan. 31, 1983
5 Newspaper Clipping: "Warm Springs' Hero Remembers" The Columbus Enquirer (text; photo), Apr. 13, 1979
6 Newspaper Clipping: "Jackson Will Speak at Commemoration Ceremony" The Meriwether Vindicator (text; photo), Apr. 11, 1974
7 Newspaper Clipping: "FDR Death Observance Set Friday" Atlanta Journal and Constitution (text; photo), Apr. 11, 1974
8 Newspaper Clipping: "New Honor for Graham Jackson" Atlanta Constitution, Mar. 15, 1972
9 Newsletters:
The Poster - Upson County Electric Membership, "Little White House 25th Commemoration" (Jackson p. 2), June 1960
Upco News, "REA Silver Anniversary Celebration at Warm Springs to Have Great Program (Jackson p. 3), May 1960
10 Copy of a page from an unidentified book: Famous Life photograph of Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing accordion at Warm Springs
11 Newspaper Clipping: "Jackson Has Played Accordion for Top U.S. Celebrities" (unidentified source, text and photo)
12 Newspaper Clippings:
"Friends Pay Tribute to FDR" (photo and description)
"FDR Memorial, Boy Scout Trail Dedication Set for Tomorrow" The Manchester Star-Mercury, Apr. 11, 1974
13 Newspaper Clipping: "Sen., Mrs. Talmadge Give Party at Lovejoy" Atlanta Journal (text; photo), July 24, 1973
14 Newspaper Clipping: "Graham Jackson: The Man and His Music" Atlanta Constitution (text; photo), Feb. 24, 1976
15 Newspaper Clipping: "Collard Greens with Candlelight" (Johnny Reb's and Jackson) Atlanta Constitution (text; photos)Mar. 30, 1959
16 Empty
17 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing the accordion at Warm Springs
18 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. speaking at Warm Springs
19 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing the accordion at Warm Springs
20 Photograph: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing the piano at Warm Springs





 

Series V: [Periodicals/Articles], 1925-1978

Box Folder
4 1 Jet: "Graham W. Jackson Welcomes Heir" p. 14 (photograph), Nov. 11, 1954 (2 cop.)
2 Jet: "When Old Friends Meet" p. 11 (Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Eleanor Roosevelt; photograph), Jan. 23, 1958
3 Hue: "Georgia's Official Negro Musician" pp. 52-53 (Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Governor Talmadge and family; photographs), Jan. 1954
4 Gay Atlanta: Advertisement for Pittypat's Porch p. 15 (photograph of Graham W. Jackson, Sr.), Sept. 1 1969
5 Where(Atlanta), p. 5 (Graham W. Jackson, Sr.; photo), May 4, 1968
6 Where (Atlanta), p. 7 (Graham W. Jackson, Sr.; photo), Jan. 11, 1975
7 LOF News, "Awards at Toledo" p. 4 (Graham W. Jackson, Sr.; photograph), Jan. 1954
8 The Eagle(American National Bank): "Entertainer of Presidents" p. 2 (photograph), July 1972 (2 cop.)
9 The Torch(Georgia Dept. of Labor), p. 15, 18 and back cover (photographs), Sept. 15, 1958
10 International Bank Notes, pp. 2-3 (photographs), Jan. 1, 1952
11 Colony Square, back cover (photograph), Nov./Dec. 1973
12 The Live Wires, cover and p. 1 (photographs), June 1960
13 Hammond Times: "Graham Jackson - Ambassador of Good Will" p. 9 (photograph), Oct. 1954
14 The Hinman Daily Record, p. 4 (photograph), Mar. 24, 1975
15 Southern Highlights: "Warm Springs: A Town that Still Remembers" pp. 17-18 (photograph), 1975
16 Institutions: "Emergent South Retains Grace of Service" p. 40 (Pittypat's Porch; photograph), May 1, 1976
17 NFC Preview (Falcons edition): "Graham Jackson Sings National Anthem" p. 83, 1973
18 Emory Alumnus: "Cold Day at Warm Springs" pp. 4-11 (photograph), Mar. 1958 (3 cop.)
19 Georgia Board of Corrections Annual Report, p. 5 (photograph), 1969/70 (2 cop.)
20 Georgia Department of Offender Rehabilitation Annual Report, p. 3 (photograph), 1971/72
21 CAI Speaks Out: "Christian Arts Festival" p. 3, Fall 1972
22 Life: "Roosevelt's Death" pp. 19-24 only (photograph), Apr. 23, 1925
23 Ten Years of Life: Advertisement p. 5 (photograph), [1946?]
24 Life: "27 Years Ago in Life" pp. 32-33 (photograph), Apr. 21, 1972
25 The New York Times Magazine: "A Man For This Age, Too" p. 23 (photograph), Apr. 1965 (2 cop.)
26 The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine: "FDR: The Squire of Warm Springs" pp. 6-8, 29, Jan. 29, 1978
27 The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine: "FDR: Part Two The Squire of Warm Springs" pp. 12-17, Feb. 5, 1978
28 Pride: "Gracious Living" (subject - Mrs. Helen B. Jackson), June [1972]





 

Series VI: [Books which contain information on Graham W. Jackson, Sr.]

Box Folder
5 1 The Biographical Roll of Honor, First Ed. published by Historical Preservations of America, Inc.
Graham W. Jackson, Sr. is listed on page 218
2 The Unforgettable Winston Churchill: Giant of the Century, A Life News Book, by the editors of Life (3 copies)
A photograph Graham W. Jackson, Sr. appears on page 112 and 113
3 Washingtonian 1970 (Yearbook of the Booker T. Washington High School)
A photograph of Graham W. Jackson, Sr. along with the dedication of this yearbook are in the center section of this book
4 The Best Remaining Seats: The Golden Age of the Movie Palace by Ben. M. Hall
A photograph of Graham W. Jackson, Sr. at the organ in the Fox Theater appears on page 187





 

Series VII: [Plaques and Photographs]

Box Folder
6 1 Plaque - Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Atlanta Alumni Chapter Honor Certificate awarded to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. in recognition of thirty or more years of service to the Fraternity
2 Georgia State Senate - A Resolution wishing a speedy recovery for Graham Jackson, etc. (framed)
3 Photographs - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Bette Davis (framed collage)
Box Folder
7 1 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Portraits (13 items)
2 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Portraits (15 items)
3 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Portraits as Conductor (6 items)
4 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Playing the accordion (13 items)
5 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Family photographs (20 items)
6 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Family photographs (26 items)
7 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - 76th Birthday (5 items)
8 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. at commemorations for Franklin D. Roosevelt at Warm Springs (10 items)
9 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Senator John Kennedy (1 item)
10 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Jimmy Carter (15 items)
11 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Bert Lance (3 items)
12 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Eleanor Roosevelt; Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Mrs. Anna Roosevelt Halstead (2 items)
13 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Lester Maddox (14 items)
14 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and Ed Smith (4 items)
15 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. on Dave Garroway's Television Program (5 items)
Box Folder
8 1 Home and Studio of Graham W. Jackson Sr. (2 items)
2 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and the Georgia Board of Corrections (6 items)
3 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and his singers (3 items)
4 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and his service in the Navy (6 items)
5 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and performances on television and radio (6 items)
6 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and notable local and national individuals (9 items)
7 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. performing for children (7 items)
8 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing the organ or piano (5 items)
9 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and unidentified individuals (14 items)
10 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and unidentified individuals (14 items)
11 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. performing for parties and various functions (17 items)
12 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. performing for parties and various functions (16 items)
13 Miscellaneous photographs given to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. or family (5 items)
14 Graham W. Jackson, Sr. - Large portraits (2 items)
15 Slides (40 items)
16 Slides (40 items)
17 Slides (45 items)
Box
9 Framed Photographs (21 items)
Box
10 Georgia Music Hall of Fame Award, 1985





 

Series VIII: [Audio-Visual Materials], 1945-1972

Box Folder
11 1 Graham W. Jackson: King and Queen (Audio tape (reel to reel))
2 Graham Jackson: King and Queen (Audio tape (reel to reel))
3 Organ Music by G. W. J Sr. (Audio tape (reel to reel))
4 Graham WSB (Audio tape (reel to reel))
5 Art Museum, United States and Paris; Artist - Sans Walls (TV relay), 11-17-63 (Audio tape (reel to reel))
6 Marian Anderson; Boys Cathedral Choir (Audio tape (reel to reel))
7 Graham Jr. and Gerald Reserve cub scout, 6-26-65 (Audio tape (reel to reel))
8 Confirmation: Graham Jr., 12-2-62 (Audio tape (reel to reel))
9 Dr. Proctor, Rutgers, recorded by WSP, 1-70 (Audio tape (reel to reel))
10 St. Gabriels Mass, St. Paul of the Cross, 2-27-62 (Audio tape (reel to reel))
11 Jubilee, Gerald and Graham Jackson, Jr. (Audio tape (reel to reel))
12 possibly blank tape (Audio tape (reel to reel))
13 possible blank tape (Audio tape (reel to reel))
Box Folder
12 1 possibly blank tape (Audio tape (reel to reel))
2 possibly blank tape (Audio tape (reel to reel))
3 possibly blank tape (Audio tape (reel to reel))
4 possibly blank tape (Audio tape (reel to reel))
5 El Espoñol al Día, Book One 2nd en. [by] Turk Allen (six 33 1/3 short phonograph recordings)
Box Folder
13 1 Transcript - "Good-Bye to Warm Springs" as told by Graham W. Jackson to a friend (Ella May Thornton), 4-19-45
2 Cassette - "Good-Bye to Warm Springs" as told by Graham W. Jackson to a friend (Ella May Thornton), 4-19-45
3 Cassette - Copy of recordings: Solid Jackson and Graham Jackson Choir Spirituals
4 Cassette - Copy of recording: The Battle of Atlanta and other Civil War Songs
5 Videotape - Key of G: Tribute to Graham W. Jackson, Sr. and WXIA TV Funeral Announcement for Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
6 Recording - The Battle of Atlanta and other Civil War Songs (33 1/3 LP)
7 Recording - Graham Jackson in Concert at Pittypat's Porch Side 1 The Battle of Atlanta; Side 2 Songs from the Civil War Era (33 1/3 LP)
8 Recording - Solid Jackson: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. playing the mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ of the Byrd Theater in Richmond, Virginia. (33 1/3 LP)





 

Series IX: [Music]

Box Folder
14 1 Music Manuscripts - Graham W. Jackson, Sr. "Alma Mater"
2 Music manuscripts - Various composers
3 Sheet Music, Piano/Vocal (see following for complete listing of titles)
Al-Di-Là, Donida, C.
All Alone Am I, Hadjidakis, M.
Angel On My Shoulder, Flint, Shelby
Anna, Vatro, R.
April Love, Fain, Sammy
Bless This House, Brahe, May H.
Bluesette, Thielemans, Jean
Born Free, Barry, John
But I Do, Guidy, Robert and Paul Gayten
Call Me, Hatch, Tony
Candy Man, Bricusse, Leslie and Anthony Newley
Ch'ella mi creda libero e lontano, Puccini, G.
Cheryl Moana Marie, Kipner, Nat and John Rowles
Classical Gas, Williams, Mason
Come Back to Sorrento, de Curtis, Ernesto
Come Back To Your Kentucky, Miranda, H. I.
Crying In the Chapel, Glenn, Artie
Dancing on the Ceiling, Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart
Dark Moon, Miller, Ned
Dominique, Sourire, Soeur
Espana Cana, Marquina, Pascual
For Mama, Aznavour, Charles
For Your Precious Love, Brooks, Arthur, Richard Brooks and Jerry Butler
Fly Me to the Moon, Howard, Bart
Goin' Out of My Head, Randazzo, Teddy and Bobby Weinstein
Goldfinger, Barry, John
Goodbye to Rome, Rascel, R.
Great Day, Goodwin, Charles E.
Groovin', Cavaliere, Felix and Eddie Brigati
Hallelujah, Robin, Leo and Clifford Grey
Happy Happy Happy Me, Buck, Dennis
Heartaches, Hoffman, Al
Here, Cochran, Dorcas and Harold Grant
Hit and Run Affair, Roseland, Don, Ray Cormier and Mel Van
Honey, Russell, Bobby
Hot Diggity, Hoffman, Al and Dick Manning
How Great Thou Art, Hine, S. K.
I Don't Know Why, Ahlert, Fred E.
I Dreamed, Grean, Charles and Marvin Moore
I Love You Because, Payne, Leon
I Need the Lord, Gross, Ernest H.
I Wanna Be Around, Mercer, Johnny and Sadie Vimmerstedt
I Will Wait for You, Le Grand, Michel
I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing, Backer, B., B. Davis, R. Cook and R. Greenway
If, Evans, Tolchard
If I May, Singleton, Charles and Marie McCoy
If I Ruled the World, Ornadel, Cyril
If You know Him, Gross, Ernest H.
Il est doux, il est bon, Massenet, J.
I'm Available, Burgess, Dave
I'm Sitting on Top of the World, Henderson, Ray
In the Arms of Love, Mancini, Henry
It's a Pity to Say Goodnight, Reid, Billy
It's Such a Pretty World Today, Noe, Dale
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, Vilard, Herv'e
Let Me Off Uptown, Evans, Redd and Earl Bostic
Little Green Apples, Russell, Bobby
Lo, I Am with You, Gross, Ernest H.
Long Lonely Nights, Andrews, Lee, Bernice Davis, Douglas Henderson and Mimi Unman
Lord Has Given Me a Song, Wise, Jessie Moore and Bill Livingston
Lord is My Light, Allisten, Frances
Lord's Prayer, Malotte, Albert Hay
Love Me Forever, Lynes, Gary
Love Me or Leave Me, Donaldson, Walter
Love Me with All Your Heart, Rigual, Carlos
Love Story, Lai, Francis
Mama Look a Booboo, Melody, Lord (Fitzroy Alexander)
Man and a Woman, Lai, Francis
Marching Along to the Blues, Roberts, Allan
Milk Train, Carter, Betty and Irving Gordon
More, Ortolani, R. and N Oliviero
More and More, Karen, Tommye, Rainey Robinson and Allan Reuss
More Than a Miracle, Piccioni, Piero
Mother's Greater Life, Buck, Dennis
Muskrat Love, Ramsey, Willis Alan
My Heart Reminds Me, Bargoni, G.
My Special Angel, Duncan, Jimmy
Never Leave Me, Jenkins, Gordon
Once Upon a Dream, Jenkins, Gordon
One Hundred and Twenty-First Psalm, Crowe, Bonita
One Note Samba, Jobim, Antonio Carlos
One of Those Songs, Calvi, Gerard
Open the Gates of the Temple, Knapp, Mrs. Joseph F.
Paris Smiles, Jarre, Maurice
Put Your Hand in the Hand, MacEllen, Gene
Quando M'en vo Soletta, Puccini, G.
Red Roses for a Blue Lady, Tepper, Sid and Roy C. Bennett
Return to me, Lombardo, Carmen and Danny Di Minno
River Seine, LaFarge, Guy
Rosario, Coats, R. Roy and Thomas Filas
Roses in December, Miranda, H. I.
Round and Round, Stallman, Lou and Joe Shapiro
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Marks, Johnny
Save the Last Dance for Me, Pomus, Doc and Mort Shuman
Silver Bells, Livingston, Jay and Ray Evans
Singing the Blues, Endsley, Melvin
Smile, Chaplin, Charles
Somewhere, Bersntein, Leonard
Somewhere In Your Heart, Faith, Russell and Clarence Kehner
Somewhere My Love, Jarre, Maurice
Sorry, Glosasi, Harry and Artie Zwirn
Summer Sounds, Tepper, Sid and Roy C. Bennett
Sweatheart Tree, Mancini, Henry
Take My Mother Home, Johnson, Hall
Taras Bulba, Waxman, Franz
Tenderly, Gross, Walter
Thank God for a Garden, Del Riego, Teresa
That Lucky Old Sun, Smith, Beasley
That's My Desire, Kresa, Helmy
This is My Song, Chaplin, Charles
Three O' Clock in the Morning, Robledo, Julian
Three Patriotic Songs, Zepp, Arthur
Tiny Bubbles, Pober, Leon
To Kill a Mockingbird, Bernstein, Elmer
To Know Him is to Love Him, Spector, Phil
Tracy's Theme, Ascher, Robert
T.V. Blues, Carter, Jimmie
Two Different Worlds, Frisch, Al
Vaya Con Dios, Russel, Larry, Inez James and Buddy Pepper
Waltzing Matilda, Cowan, Marie
What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?, LeGrand, Michel
What Now My Love, Bécaud, G.
What the World Needs Now Is Love, Bacharach, Burt
Who Needs You, Allen, Robert
Winchester Cathedral, Stephens, Geoff
With All My Heart and Soul, Adams, Stanley and Larry Stock
Wonderful World of the Young, Tepper, Sid and Roy C. Bennett
World Outside, Addinsell, Richard
Young and Warm and Wonderful, Singer, Lou
Box Folder
15 1 Anthologies/Collections, Piano Vocal (48 items)
2 Hymns/Songbooks (6 items)
3 Melody Books and Sheet Music (8 items)
Box Folder
16 1 Mass/Order of Service Melody Sheets (12 items)
2 Anthologies/Collections, Organ (42 items)
3 Organ/Piano Duets (3 items)
4 Anthologies/Collections, Piano (41 items)
Box Folder
17 1 Piano Method/Easy Piano Books (12 items)
2 Choral Music (43 items)
3 Accordion Music (13)
4 Saxophone Music (10 items)
5 Guitar/Banjo Music (11 items)
6 Ukulele Music (5 items)
7 Trumpet/Trombone Music (5 items)
8 Violin/Cello Music (3 items)
9 Miscellaneous music materials (6 items)
10 Miscellaneous loose pages
11 Marching band music (4 items)





 

Series X: [Books-Music], 1900-1977

Box
18 Bispham, David Scull, ed. The International Library of Music for Vocalists: Study Material, Part 1 and 2. New York: The University Society, .1925
Denée, Charles, ed. The International Library of Music for Home and Studio: Vol. 2, 5-8. New York: The University Society, 1925.
Elson, Louis C., ed. The International Library of Music for Vocalists, Vol. 1-3, 5 and 6. New York: The University Society, 1925.
Herbert, Victor, ed. The World's Best Composers. New York: The University Society, 1900.
Weir, Albert E. Symphonic Pieces for Organ. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1935.
Box
19 Cross, Milton and David Ewen. Milton Cross' Encyclopedia of the Great Composers and Their Music, Vol. 2. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday & Co., 1953.
Glenn, Mabelle and Margaret De Forest. Music Appreciation for Every Child: Primary Grades. New York: Silver, Burdett and Company, 1926
Goepp, Philip H. Symphonies and Their Meaning. Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippinvott Company, 1925.
Maitland, J. A. Fuller, ed. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol. 1, 2 and 5. Philadelphia, Penn.: Theodore Presser Company, 1925.
Stokowski, Olga Samaroff. The Layman's Music Book. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1935.
Weir, Albert E., ed. The Scribner Radio Music Library, Vol. 1,4 and 8. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931.
Box
20 Anderson, Arthur Olaf. Strict and Free Counterpoint. Boston: C. C. Birchard & Co., 1931.
Benward, Bruce. Music in Theory and Practice, Vol. 2. Dubuque, Iowa: W,. C. Brown Company Pub., 1977
Berkowitz, Sol, Gabriel Fontrier and Leo Kraft. A New Approach to Sight Singing. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1960.
Hamilton, Clarence, G. Outlines of Music History. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1913.
Klein, Charles. The Music Master. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1909.
Montani, Nicola A. Essentials in Sight Singing. Vol. 1 and 2. Boston: C. C. Birchard & Company, 1931
Montani, Nicola A., ed. The St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book, Complete ed. Philadelphia, Penn.: St. Gregory Guild, Inc., 1922.
Montani, Nicola A., ed. The St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book, Singer's ed. / melody ed. Philadelphia, Penn.: St. Gregory Guild, Inc., 1920.
Mursell, James L., et. al. Music for Living: Near and Far. Morristown, N.J.: Silver Burdett Company, 1956.
Taubman, Howard. How to Bring Up Your Child to Enjoy Music. New York: Balantine Books, Inc., 1958.
Washburn, Charles C. The New Cokesbury Hymnal. Nashville, Tenn.: The Cokesbury Press, 1928.
Great Music. New York: The RCA Victor Society of Great Music under the direction of Book-of-the-Month Club, 1958.
Hymns for Worship. New York: Association Press, 1943
The New Saint Basil Hymnal, Singer's Edition. Cincinnati, Ohio: Ralph Jusko Publications, Inc., 1958
The New Saint Basil Hymnal, Accompaniment Edition. Cincinnati, Ohio: Ralph Jusko Publications, Inc., 1958
Saint Basil's Hymnal
(Title page is missing - no publication information)





 

Series XI: [Books], 1880-1975

Box
21 Angley, Ernest W. Faith in God Heals the Sick. Akron, Ohio: Winston Press, 1974.
Bacon, Paul Valentine. A German Grammar for Beginners. Boston and Chicago: Allyn and Bacon, 1912.
Bok, Edward. The Americanization of Edward Bok: The Autobiography of a Dutch Boy Fifty Years After. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929
Bourne, Peter. Drums of Destiny. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1947
Buck, Charles Edgar. The Business Letter-Writer's Manual. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, 1947.
Caldwell, Taylor. Melissa. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948.
Cantor, Eddie, ed. World's Book of Best Jokes. Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Co., 1943.
Corbin, Hazel. Getting Ready to Be a Father. New York: The MacMillan Co., 1946
Cotton, Leo, ed. Old Mr.Boston DeLuxe Official Bartender's Guide. Boston: Mr. Boston Distiller, Inc., 1963
Doris, Lillian and Besse May Miller. Complete Secretary 's Handbook. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1951.
Drummond, Henry. The Greatest Thing in the World. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [n.d.]
Everett, Millard S. The Hygiene of Marriage. Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company, 1942.
Farrell, Martin W. The Parish Catechism. Chicago: The United Book Service, 1955.
Feather, William. The Business of Life. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949.
Fesquet, Henri, comp. Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John. New York: The New American Library, 1964.
Fishbein, Morris, ed. Common Ailments of Man. Garden City, N. Y.: Garden City Publishing Co., Inc., 1945.
Gibran, Kahlil. The Prophet. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1949.
Box
22 Guilford, J. P. General Psychology. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1939.
Howard, William Lee. Plain Facts on Sex Hygiene. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1910.
Hubbard, Alice, ed. An American Bible. New York: Wm. H. Wise & Co., Inc., 1946.
Hudson, Henry N. Shakespeare's The Tempest with introduction and notes explanatory and critical. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1880.
Kleiser, Grenville. How to Improve Your Conversation. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1932.
Laird, Donald A. Increasing Personal Efficiency, 4th ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1953.
Long, H. W. Sane Sex & Sane Sex Living. New York: Eugenics Publishing Co., Inc., 1937.
Lurton, Douglas. Make the Most of Your Life. London and New York: Whittlesey House, a div. of McGraw-Hill, 1945.
Mezzrow, Milton "Mezz" and Bernard Wolfe. Really the Blues. New York: Random House, 1946.
Morgan, G. Campbell. The Music of Life. New York and London: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1946
Murray, Patrick. The Shakespearian Scene: Some Twentieth-century Perspectives. New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1969
Nichols, William, ed. The Best Words to Live By. New York: Pocket Books, Inc., 1966.
Phillips, Arthur Edward. Natural Drills in Expression. Chicago: The Newton Company, 1925.
Raper, John W. What This World Needs. Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Co., 1945.
Rosiere, Gagrielle. Etiquette: An Encyclopedia of Good Manners and Social Usage. New York: Edward J. Clode, 1923.
Box
23 Ruoff, Henry W., ed. Masters of Achievement. Buffalo, N.Y.: The Frontier Press Company, 1913.
Scudder, Horace E., ed. The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Cambridge ed. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Shaw, Charles Gray. The Road to Culture. New York an London: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1931.
Sheff, Alexander L., ed. Business College Self Taught. Garden City, N.Y.: Halcyon House, 1938.
Sichel, Pierre. Such As We. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1948.
Simmons, Harry. How to Talk You Way to Success. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1954
SoRelle, Rupert P. and Charles W. Kitt, comp. Words: Spelling, Pronunciation, Definition, and Application, 3rd ed. New York: The Gregg Publishing Co., 1943
Stonem Hannah M. and Abraham. A Marriage Manual: A Practical Guidebook to Sex and Marriage. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953.
Turner, Bernice C. The Private Secretary 's Manual, revised ed. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1946.
Walter, L. Rohe, ed. Business Correspondence, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1949.
Box
24 Watson, Lillian Eichler, ed. Light From Many Lamps. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1951.
Welch, Jean Louise. The Animals Came First. New York: Henry Z. Walck, Inc., 1948.
Wons, Tony. 'R' You Listenin'? Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Co., 1931.
The Executive's Desk Book: A Practical Manual of Correct Usage in Business, Official, and Social Activities. Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co., 1945.
The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. New York: American Bible Society, [n.d.]
Your Child ... from birth through the teens. New York: Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., 1964
Box
25 Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia, Vol. 1. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, Inc., 1975.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Knowledge, Vol. 10. The Educational Book Guild, Inc., 1954.
The Standard Dictionary of Facts: A Practical Handbook of Ready Reference Based Upon Everyday Needs. Buffalo, N.Y.: The Frontier Press Co., 1918
The Standard Reference Work for the Home, School, and Library, Vol. 2-6 and 8. Chicago: Standard Education Society, 1927





 

Series XIII: [Oversize], 1923-1973

Box Folder
26 1 Lyrics: Parting song at Graduation (By G. W. Jackson) Class of '23
2 Certificate: Graham W. Jackson, Sr. made a Brigadier in the Rebel Yell Brigade
3 Certificate: G. W. Jackson is a Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret, 32° of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, (Sept. 10, 1928)
4 Television script: James R. Holland and Graham W. Jackson, Sr. (1 page)
5 Page from scrapbook: two newspaper clippings and 1 photograph "Graham's Grin is Wider--Gets New Accordion" "Accordion Cost $500, Graham Jackson Reveals"
6 Atlanta Constitution, , Section C p. 1 and 2 "Warm Springs Plans FDR Tribute"Apr. 11 1968
7 Atlanta Journal, p. 1 and 2, July 8, 1959
8 Atlanta Constitution, p. 9 and 10, June 12, 1963
9 [unidentified newspaper] "Hot Biscuits and Sausage Regale Mme. Chaing in Atlanta"
10 Courier, (2 pages only), Dec. 11, 1954
11 Atlanta Constitution, p. 5 and 6 "Warm Spring in the U.S. Spotlight", Jan. 2, 1958
12 Atlanta Constitution, p. 15A and 16A "Lyndon B. Johnson: American Politician", Jan. 23, 1973
13 Center of Light (Hollywood, Calif.), May 1951
14 The Montgomery Independent, p. 3-14, Feb. 15, 1973
15 The Register (America's National Catholic Newspaper), Feb. 10, 1963
16 Record notes
Box Folder
27 1 Painting: Red Cat by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
2 Painting: Ballet Dancers by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
3 Painting: Man on Pink Horse by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
4 Painting: Man and Women by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
5 Painting: Woman with a flower in her hair by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
6 Drawing: Portrait of a Man by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
7 Painting: A Fountain by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
8 Painting: Spanish/Mexican Performers by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
9 Painting: Woman with fruit by Graham W. Jackson, Sr.
10 Photograph: Collage of four photographs of Graham W. Jackson's home and studio
Artifact: Accordian and Case (located on shelf along with the boxes)





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