2 audiotapes ; cassette.
The collection consists of an oral history interview with Sue Douglas Berry and Margaret Keller Douglas on November 11, 1977 in which they discuss Rockfort College and Douglas family tradition; Jane Addams and Hull House; family background; reason for family's move South; Douglas family becomes Unitarian; significance of number "11" to Douglas; Douglas family traits; Douglas family and Atlanta society; Helen Douglas Mankin's first engagement; Red Cross button; Mankin's personality; Guy Mankin Jr.'s relationship with Mankin; Mankin's will; the Douglas family and Michigan Tech; Mankin's father; Mankin's broken engagement; Mankin and Catholicism; Mankin's death; Mankin's relationship with Guy Mankin Sr.; and Nancy Downing.
Interviewed by Lorraine Nelson Spritzer.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Georgia Government Documentation Project, Series G: The Belle of Ashby Street: Helen Douglas Mankin and Georgia politics oral history collection, Sue Douglas Berry and Margaret Keller Douglas oral history interview. Special Collection Department, William Russell Pullen Library, Georgia State University.
Sue Douglas Berry, niece of Helen Douglas Mankin and sister to Hamilton Douglas III.
Finding aid available in repository.
Forms part of: Georgia Government Documentation Project, Series G: The Belle of Ashby Street: Helen Douglas Mankin and Georgia politics oral history collection.