Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
HUDDLESTON, George Jr. (1920-1971)

HUDDLESTON, GEORGE JR., (Son of George Huddleston), a Representative from Alabama; born in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Ala., March 19, 1920; attended the public schools; attended George Washington University, Washington, D.C., for one year; Birmingham (Ala.) Southern College, A.B., 1941; coeditor of an index to the official proceedings of the Alabama Constitutional Convention of 1901; served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy, 1942-1946, with thirty-two months overseas in the Pacific Theater; captain in the Naval Reserve; University of Alabama Law School, LL.B., 1948; was admitted to the bar in 1948; deputy circuit solicitor for the tenth judicial circuit of Alabama in 1948 and 1949; assistant United States attorney for the northern district of Alabama, 1949-1952; engaged in the practice of law in Birmingham, Ala., 1952-1954; elected as a Democrat to the Eighty-fourth and to the four succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1955-January 3, 1965); unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1964 to the Eighty-ninth Congress; joined North American Rockwell Corp. in 1964 and was the firm's director of governmental affairs at the time of his death in Washington, D.C., September 14, 1971; was a resident of Middleburg, Va.; interment in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Ala.

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Montgomery, AL
Papers: In the Alabama Circuit Court (8th Circuit) Judge James N. Bloodworth's Program Administration Files, 1959-1968, 19 cubic feet.
Correspondents include George Huddleston, Jr.

Papers: In the Alabama Governor Public Relations Files, 1954-1970, 15 cubic feet.
Correspondents include Geroge Huddleston, Jr.

Papers: In the Alabama Rural Electrification Authority Administrative Records, 1935-1939, 6 cubic feet.
Correspondents include George Huddleston, Jr.

Papers: In the Frank Murray Dixon Papers, Papers, 1924-1965, 6 cubic feet.
Individuals represented include George Huddleston, Jr.

Papers: In the Clifford J. Durr Papers, 1899-1976, 26 cubic feet.
Correspondents include George Huddleston, Jr.

Papers: In the Sam Engelhardt Papers, 1888-1973, approximately 18 cubic feet.
Correspondents include George Huddleston, Jr.