Just finished slogging through Jimmy Carter's Presidential diary book. 10 years ago I might not have used "slog", but my interest in political history is waning a bit. Towards the end of the book, in 1979, he comments in passing that Sen. Jake Garn, Republican of Utah, threatened to filibuster any legislation to permit registering women for the draft (Carter was pushing a stand-by draft registration, which eventually passed in a male-only form). To the best of my memory that was the only mention of a filibuster in the book; there's no entry for "filibuster" in the index.
Carter does have a complaint about his appointments being confirmed slowly. There was a big expansion of the federal judiciary during his term, so he had 150 new vacancies to fill. He mentions coordinating with Senators and being frustrated by their resistance to appointments of blacks and women.