YOUNG, Andrew Jackson, Jr., 1932-


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Guide to Research Collections

The Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Atlanta, GA
Papers: 1910s-2007, 474 linear feet.
The Andrew J. Young Papers document his career and family life spanning more than 50 years, including his positions as a minister, civil rights activist, Congressman, Ambassador to the United Nations, Mayor of Atlanta, Co-Chair of the 1996 Atlanta Committee of the Olympic Games, and his involvement with Law Companies Group, Inc. and GoodWorks International. The collection contains correspondence, speeches, press releases, calendars, books, minutes, reports, publications, articles, photographs, scrapbooks, artifacts, textiles, trophies and awards, artwork, posters, programs, campaign memorabilia, manuscripts, travel documents, notes, sermons, ephemera, and audio-visual material. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.


Library of Congress
Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center
Washington, DC
Oral History: In the National Visionary Leadership Project, 1997-2003, amount unknown.
Interviewees include Andrew Young. Excerpts of the interviews are available online: http://www.visionaryproject.org/nvlpmembertier/visionariest1/VisionaryPages/YoungAndy/broadband.asp.


Lyndon B. Johnson Library
Austin, TX
Oral History: June 18, 1971. 29 pages.
Description in library.