|Creator:||Brown, James W., (James Willie), 1948-2003|
|Creator:||Cleary, Norman R., (Norman Richard), 1966-2004|
|Title:||Carole Butcher papers|
|Quantity:||0.4 Linear feet (1 document box)|
Carole Butcher was the Georgia and Indiana coordinator of LifeLines, a UK-based organization/network connecting supporters with U. S. death row prisoners since 1988.
The collection consists of two notebook-organized files containing, predominantly, correspondence between Carole Butcher of Lancaster, England and James W. Brown, a Georgia death row inmate executed in 2003; and between Mrs. Butcher and Norman R. Cleary, an Oklahoma death row inmate executed in 2004. There are also materials from other correspondents with Mrs. Butcher, and materials and documents concerning Brown and Cleary's imprisonment, including visitation request forms and travel brochures.
Arranged by correspondent.
Carole Butcher papers, MS 3266. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.
For related materials on death row inmates in Georgia in this repository, see: MS 3186 Wayne Felker-Jan Burden papers MS 3193 Tracy Lee Housel papers MS 3106 Terry Mincey papers MS 3187 Carl Isaacs papers MS 3189 Byron Ashley Parker papers