J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series III: Constituent ServicesJ. Roy Rowland Papers, Series III: Constituent Services

J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series III: Constituent Services

Descriptive Summary

Title: J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series III: Constituent Services
Creator: Rowland, J. Roy (James Roy), 1926-
Dates: 1983-1994
Extent: 88.0 boxes (41.25 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/112/JRR
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Constituent Services series is organized in three subseries: A. Academies [Restricted], B. Projects and Grants, and C. Constituent Mail. The constituent mail makes up the majority of this series and contains mail on a variety of topics including form letter lobbies of Rowland and personal letters written about issues of interest to constituents. Correspondence about specific legislation is typically filed in Series II. Legislative with the staff member who handled the topic in question. In this series, however, most constituent letters do not have a personal reply from Rowland or his staff representative, but received a form reply, which is typically not attached to the letter, but filed with other form responses (see 2. Computer Mail, 103rd Congress for form replies, 1991-1994 and Series II. Legislative, A. Legislative Directors’ Files, Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s Legislative Mail for early form responses). The only exception to this type of form reply is Intergovernmental Affairs Mail, which did receive personal responses from a staff member and/or Rowland.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

James Roy Rowland, Jr., was born in Wrightsville, Johnson County, Georgia, on February 3, 1926, to Superior Court Judge and Mrs. J. Roy Rowland, Sr. He attended Wrightsville Primary School and Wrightsville High School, graduating in 1943. He was also an Eagle Scout. Rowland briefly attended Emory University at Oxford, Georgia, as a pre-med student prior to his enlistment in the U.S. Army, serving from 1944 to 1946. He achieved the rank of sergeant and earned a Bronze Star. After returning from Europe, he attended South Georgia College, the University of Georgia, and eventually enrolled in the Medical College of Georgia where he earned his M.D. in 1952. Soon after, he established a family medical practice in Dublin, Georgia, which he maintained until 1980.

In 1976, Rowland ran for the 119th District seat (part of Laurens County) in the Georgia House of Representatives. He was elected and served three terms until 1982.

In 1982, he defeated incumbent Billy Lee Evans for the 8th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and served for six consecutive terms as a Democrat. In 1994, he chose not to seek reelection. When Rowland was elected in 1982, the 8th District consisted of the following thirty counties in middle and south Georgia, including the city of Macon: Appling, Atkinson, Bacon, Baldwin, Bibb, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Dodge, Glascock, Greene, Hancock, Jasper, Jeff Davis, Jefferson, Johnson, Jones, Laurens, Monroe, Pierce, Putnam, Taliaferro, Telfair, Treutlen, Twiggs, Ware, Washington, Wheeler, Wilcox, and Wilkinson. After redistricting in 1992, Rowland was reelected to the new 8th District in November. The district then comprised thirty-two counties, now including the cities of Macon, Warner Robins, Albany, and Valdosta: Atkinson, Ben Hill, Berrien, Bibb, Bleckley, Clinch, Coffee, Colquitt, Cook, Crisp, Dodge, Dooly, Dougherty, Echols, Houston, Irwin, Jeff Davis, Johnson, Jones, Lanier, Laurens, Lee, Lowndes, Pulaski, Telfair, Tift, Treutlen, Turner, Twiggs, Wheeler, Wilcox, and Worth.

As one of the few medical doctors in Congress (the only doctor in Congress from 1985 to 1988), Rowland capitalized on his experience as a family physician in a largely rural district of Georgia to develop new legislation and contribute to commissions, coalitions, caucuses, and task forces. Rowland belonged to the following House committees and subcommittees: Energy and Commerce Committee (1989-1994), Health and the Environment subcommittee, Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness subcommittee, Transportation and Hazardous Materials subcommittee; Veterans’ Affairs Committee (1983-1994), Hospitals and Health Care subcommittee (chairman, 1993-1994), Housing and Memorial Affairs subcommittee; Public Works and Transportation Committee (1983-1989), Airports and Aviation subcommittee; Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families (1983-1994).

Rowland also served on a number of boards (e.g. Biomedical Ethics Board), coalitions (e.g., Rural Health Care Coalition), task forces (e.g., Conservative Democratic Forum: Education Task Force), caucuses (e.g., Congressional Sunbelt Caucus, Congressional Arts Caucus) and commissions, including many that were related to health care. Of particular note is his service on the National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), an independent, bi-partisan commission charged with making recommendations to Congress and the president towards the creation of a uniform national policy on AIDS and HIV. Rowland drafted the legislation for the commission’s founding (H.R. 2881) and Vice President George H. W. Bush appointed Rowland a member of the commission in 1988. Rowland was also appointed to the National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality by the Speaker of the House Thomas P. O’Neil in 1987, and served as vice-chairman. This commission was charged with developing a uniform policy and making recommendations to Congress about infant mortality.

Rowland has received numerous awards, including Peace through Strength Award for his support of defense issues, the Guardian of Small Business Award, and the Legislator of the Year Award in Georgia (1986). In 1998, the Dublin Federal Courthouse was renamed the J. Roy Rowland Federal Courthouse in his honor.

After his congressional career, Rowland has continued to be active in public policy and health care. In 2003, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue appointed Rowland to the Commission for a New Georgia to assist with health care issues in the state. In 2005, Perdue appointed him to the Board of Directors of Medical College of Georgia Health, Inc. He has also served as an Advisory Board member to Prevent Child Abuse, Georgia.

Rowland married Luella Price in 1945, and they have three children. He and his wife currently reside in Dublin, Georgia.

Scope and Content

The constituent mail makes up the majority of this series and contains mail on a variety of topics including form letter lobbies of Rowland and personal letters written about issues of interest to constituents. Correspondence about specific legislation is typically filed in Series II. Legislative with the staff member who handled the topic in question. In this series, however, most constituent letters do not have a personal reply from Rowland or his staff representative, but received a form reply, which is typically not attached to the letter, but filed with other form responses (see 2. Computer Mail, 103rd Congress for form replies, 1991-1994 and Series II. Legislative, A. Legislative Directors’ Files, Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s Legislative Mail for early form responses). The only exception to this type of form reply is Intergovernmental Affairs Mail, which did receive personal responses from a staff member and/or Rowland.

Organization and Arrangement

Constituent Services series is organized in three subseries: A. Academies [Restricted], B. Projects and Grants, and C. Constituent Mail.

Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Case mail and other restricted items are closed for 75 years from date of creation.

Preferred Citation

J. Roy Rowland Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Note

Thermofax and fax paper has been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Originals have been kept in addition to preservation photocopies when Rowland or his staff made additional notations.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.

Related Materials

Access Points

AIDS (Disease) Government policy United States.
Legislators--United States.
Medical care--Law and legislation--United States.
National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality (U.S.)
United States--National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
United States--Politics and government--1981-1989.
United States--Politics and government--1989-1993.
United States. Congress. House.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


III. Constituent Services

Extent: 88.0 boxes
Extent: (41.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Constituent Services series is organized in three subseries: A. Academies (Closed), B. Projects and Grants, and C. Constituent Mail, including the sub-subseries of Case Mail, Computer Mail, and Intergovernmental Affairs Mail. Each subseries is arranged in chronological order by congress.

B. Projects and Grants

Extent: 8.0 boxes
Extent: (3.75 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Projects and Grants subseries contains requests from 8th District constituents for federal funding or grants for projects in the district. These are the files of Karen Mogen (98th-100th Congress, 1983-1988) and Elizabeth Nisbet (100th-101st Congress, 1988-1990) that were created while they were staff assistants. Files are organized by staff member: Karen Mogan’s files are arranged in rough alphabetical order by folder title or topic, and Elizabeth Nisbet’s files are arranged alphabetically by county.
21Culver Kidd – Two projects: Bridges and Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP), 1987
22Senator Echols – forest service contract, undated
23[Siemens Energy and Automation Position Paper] (1 of 2: exhibit packet continued next folder), 1983
24[Siemens Energy and Automation Position Paper] (2 of 2: exhibit packet continued), 1983
25Siemens, 1986-1987
26H.R. 1531: Coal Slurry, 1988
27[Willis] Wombles/Wrightsville, 1988
28Chickamauga and Chattanooga – National Military Park – H.R. 2121: Highway, 1987
29Northwest Georgia Convention and Trade Center, 1986
210Aviation Satellite Conference [Annapolis, Maryland], September 1-September 3, 1987
211Georgia Military College – Endowment Grant, 1987
212Ramp Access Variance – Interstate 75 and Georgia Highway 18, 1987
213Georgia Kaolin – Court Case, National Labor, Relations Board (Chris handled initially), December 1987
214Fort Gordon, October 16, 1987
215Curtis Summerlin – Corporations of Engineers/Expansion of Golf Course, 1988
216City of Perry – Economic Development Administration Grant -- Communications trunklines –Northrop, 1987
217Waycross Junior College, 1987
218Georgia Lions Camp, 1986-1987
219Projects – Annette Wells Morgan – Mobile Home Foreclosure [RESTRICTED], 1987
220Marie Gillis – golf course, 1988
221Alma Public Housing Vacancies, December 1987
31Condor [America, Inc.] – Julian Holland, 1988
32[Artic National Wildlife Refuge], 1989
33H.R. 1616 – Pro-Support, 1985
34Head Injury Clinic, 1985
35[Internal Revenue Service] [RESTRICTED], 1985
41Appling County Hospital, 1989
42Billy Head (Appling), 1989
43J.E. Strickland (Bacon Co.), 1989
44James E. Feltham (Appling), 1989
45Milledgeville Post Office (James. E. Baugh), 1989
46Central State Hospital-Milledgeville, undated
47John Cooke: Drug Problems and Public Housing, Milledgeville. Oconee APDC, 1989
48Ed DeFore (Bibb)-Macon County Council, 1989
49Ed Coyne (Bibb Co.), undated
410Jerry Eller-Macon, 1989
411Lucy Gibson-Macon, 1989
412June Greves-Milledgeville, 1989
413Macon College-Jack Ragland, 1989
414Culver Kidd (Baldwin Co.), 1989
415Charles Reed, 1989
416T & S Hardwoods Inc.-(Baldwin Co.), 1988-1989
417M.I.N.O.R.S. (Mothers In Need Of Real Support)-Milledgeville, 1989
418Jet Anderson (Bibb Co.), 1989
419Bartlett Sheet Metal, closed, 1988
420William Dunkley- Saudi Arabia oil leasing, Macon, 1989
421Glen Lowder (Bibb Co.), 1989
422Bibb County Law Center, 1989
423Chad Bevill, 1988
424Charter Medical Association (Bibb Co.), 1989
425Ms. Tommy Griffith: Mulberry Street Methodist Church outreach, 1989
426Jesse Hester (Bibb Co.), 1989
427Cherokee Brick and Tile Company, 1989
428United Cerebral Palsy of Macon, 1989
429Marion Davis - Macon, undated
430Walter Eremchuk - CHAMPUS (Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services), 1989
431Fair Housing Amendments – Roger Murphy (Bibb Co.), 1989
51Alan Gledhill III – Macon, 1989
52Government Incentive Program – Nancy Brown (Bibb Co.), 1988
53I.M. Goldstein, 1989
54Carlos Flick (Bibb Co.), 1989
55HCA Medical Center (Bibb Co.), 1989
56Humane Services, 1988-1989
57Horace Holmes (Bibb Co.), 1989
58Mort Erving (Bibb Co.), 1989
59Fruit Juice Concentrate, 1989
510Macon Arts Alliance, 1988
511Interstate 75 and Red Oak Drive, 1989
512Macon Railroad Station UDAG [Urban Development Action Grant], 1988
513Macon Rescue Mission, 1989
514Mathis, Sands, Jordan, and Adams (Bibb Co.), 1989
515John Mixon-Georgia Forestry (Bibb Co.), 1989
516MPV [Multi-Purpose Vehicles] Restrictions- (Bibb Co.), 1989
517P.E. LaMoreaux and Associates Corp., 1988
518Piedmont Wildlife Refuge – Benjamin Harrison, 1989
519Jim Sawyer- Benjamin Hawkins Camp (Bibb Co.), 1989
520R.C. Souder (Bibb Co.), 1989
521Southeastern Flight Academy – Macon, 1989
522Ward Stone (Bibb Co.), 1989
523William Sparks – Macon Restaurant Supply Company, 1989
524Ed Defore – Little League Park Signs, 1989
525Roger White – Macon, 1989
526Mrs. William B. Tye -Macon- proposed waste facility, 1989
527John Wilson – Macon, 1989
528Folkston Senior Center, 1989
529Jack Mays – Folkston, undated
530Plane Crash – Janice Rhymes-Folkston-Charlton, 1989
531St. George Elementary, 1988
532Sally Woodlard, 1989
533Clinch County Development, 1988
534Dan Carver Letter, 1989
535J.E. Griffis – (Clinch Co.), 1989
536Clinch County Federal Prison, 1989
537Lewis Spivey, 1989
538Alma Lee Stalvey (Clinch Co.), 1989
539Brooks Auto Parts (Coffee Co.), 1989
540Coffee County Courthouse, 1989
541Harriet Cowart (Douglas Co.), 1989
542Keith Moore (Douglas Co.), 1989
543Project “Eager”, 1988-1989
544Dewey Hayes (Douglas Co.), 1989
545Steve Thomas (Coffee Co.), 1989
546Nicholls High School, 1988
547October Test, September 6, 1988
548University of South Georgia (Coffee Co.), 1989
549David Vickers, D.M.D, 1989
550E. W. Wilkes (Coffee Co.), undated
61Dodge County Miscellaneous, 1989
62Middle Georgia College Department of Nursing- Marilyn Halaska (Dodge Co.), 1989
63Eastman Drug Enforcement (Dodge Co.), 1989
64Dodge County Hospital, undated
65Lowery Farm Partnership (Dodge Co.), 1989
66Mary Sinclair (Dodge Co.), 1989
67Michael Wiggins (Eastman – Dodge Co.), 1989
68USDA [United States Department of Agriculture] Food Program (Doyce Mullis), 1989
69Meat Inspection (Regina Pfeil – Green Co.), 1989
610Ernest Carswell (Hancock Co.), 1989
611Gwendolyn Adside – Quality of Life Association (Hancock Co.), 1989
612Ogeechee County Lakeview Management, 1989
613Linda Hall (Headstart), 1989
614City of Sparta EDA [Economic Development Administration], 1988
615Pat Fussell – Jeff Davis County Schools, 1989
616Bruce Huckaby (Jeff Davis Co.), 1989
617James Jones (Jefferson), 1989
618Dudley Gunn (Jefferson), 1989
619Mary Jones M.D. (Jefferson), 1989
620City of Bartow Sewage System, 1988
621Residential and Training Program – Bill Hatley (Jefferson), 1989
622George May (Jefferson), 1989
623P.A. Rheney (Jefferson), 1989
624Apparel Brands Inc. (Johnson Co.), 1989
625Belle-view Inc. (Wrightsville), 1989
626Sara Sumner (Wrightsville), 1989
627Beverly Mallory (Wrightsville), 1989
628John Mizell (Wrightsville), 1989
629“Pre Cut” housing – John Mizell (Wrightsville), 1989
630Robert Stevens (Wrightsville), 1989
631Beverly Moorman Mallory (Wrightsville)-day care center, 1989
632Bobby May (Gray), 1989
633Preston Johnson – Medicare (Jones Co.), 1989
634Richard Baker (Laurens Co.), 1989
635Lou Baker (Dublin), 1989
636Byron FCC [Federal Communications Commission] License (Laurens Co.), 1989
637George Carter – Passport (Dublin), 1989
638Murray Chappell (Dublin), 1989
639Don Christian (Laurens Co.), 1989
640Vivian Cooper (Dublin), 1989
641Foy Clark (Dublin), 1989
642Mike Cooper (Dublin), undated
643Josh Durden – Asbestos Contractor (Dublin), 1989
644Dominic Ingrando (Dublin), 1989
645Laurens County Detention Center – D.M. Mullis (Laurens Co.), 1989
646Reverend Lowe (Dublin), 1989
647Andy Lindsey (Laurens Co.), 1989
648Glen McCord – Fire Ants (Dublin), 1989
649Musetta Foster (Laurens Co.), 1989
650Steve Mercer (Laurens Co.), 1989
651P.F.S. Construction Inc. (Dublin), 1989
652Michael Price (Laurens Co.), 1989
653Peter Raymer (Dublin), 1989
654Carol Thomas - Georgia College at Dublin Research Center, 1989
655Freddie Webb – Hospice of Laurens County, 1989
656Southeast Paper Manufacturers (Laurens Co.), 1989
657Richard D. Wright (Dublin), 1989
71Nat Hardin- Forsyth/Monroe, 1989
72Juliette Post Office Monroe, 1989
73Tift College, 1989
74Walter Windham Juliette, 1989
75Blackshear Family Practice, 1989
76Patterson Family Personal Care Center, undated
77Carol Phillips- HUGS guest, 1989
78Carol Phillips- Pierce, 1989
79Frank Rozier- Blackshear, 1989
710William Vaughan- Blackshear, 1989
711Patterson Post Office, 1989
712William Voigt- Blackshear, 1989
713Don Winters- Blackshear Routes 82 and 84, 1989
714Barry Darugar, 1989
715Horton Holmes (Eatonton), 1989
716Eatonton Landfill, 1988
717Greene-Taliaferro AFJROTC [Air Force Junior ROTC], 1989
718Turkey Processing Farm (Crawforville), 1988-1989
719Marie Fowler/ Telfair, 1989
720Helena Post Office, Telfair, 1989
721Gayle Morris Radiation Regulations, 1989
722RAGS Inc., Gus Ogilsby-Telfair, 1989
723Telfair County Schools, 1989
724Will Peterson- OSHA [Occupational Safety and Health Administration] Regulations for new plant in Soperton, 1989
725Cliff Yawn, 1989
726Edward Avra, 1989
727Samantha Bennett International Business- Waycross, 1989
728Terry Bennett- Ware, 1989
729Dannette Brantley- Reference, 1989
730Concented Services Literacy Program, 1989
731Carol S. Grave – Med-Tran (Waycross), 1989
732Dr. Garner (Mayor of Gordon, 31031), 1989
733Sara Wilkerson (Irwinton), 1989
734American College of Physicians- Robert Copeland, 1989
735James Averett, 1989
736Atlanta Clergy and Laity, 1989
737Buffer Petition, 1989
738Bypass Demo Project, 1988
739Thomas Hartley (Brewton-Parker College), 1989
740Daisy Clinic (Waycross), 1989
741Barbara Gooden (Waycross), 1989
742Mrs. Ted Ezell (Waycross), 1989
743Life Christian Center, 1988
744R. Frank Saunders, 1989
81Target Stores (Ware), 1989
82U.S. 1- (Ware County), Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper, 1989
83Ware County Golden Gator Band, 1989
84Waycross Weather Station, 1989
85Waycross Women’s Prison, 1989
86Waycross Waste Water (Ware) - Bucky Hayes, 1989
87Adana Adcock (Sandersville passport), 1989
88Brown and Sons Real Estate, 1988
89Fire Ants (Sandersville) - William Wood, 1989
810FmHA [Farmers Home Administration] Debt Write down, 1989
811DVA [Department of Veteran’s Affairs] Flags Washington, 1989
812Mrs. L.N. Thompson (Sandersville), 1989
813James Dorsey Wilcox, 1989
814Lee Lambert Wilcox, 1989
815Wilcox County Health Department, 1989
816Rochelle Wilcox, undated
817Irwinton Fire Department, 1989
818C & S Takeover, 1989
819CDB [Community Development Block] Grants in District 89, 1989
820CSBG’s [Community Services Block Grant], 1989
821CRNA-HCFA [Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist]-[Health Care Financing Administration] Problem, 1989
822Casework, 1989
823Case Mix Methodology, 1989
824Center for International Agriculture Marketing and Trade, 1989
825Ruth Coleman-Green Thumb, 1988-1989
826Cotton Warehouse Association, 1989
827Defense and Non-Defense Funds in Georgia, 1987
828DOD FARS [Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement], 1989
829Employees Retirement System, 1990
830Kenneth English- Warner Robbins, 1988
831Louis Felder- Atlanta-Closed, 1989
832Georgia Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities, 1989
833GPAC [Georgia Procurement Assistance Center], 1989
834Chairman Henry Gonzalez, 1989
835Governor’s Drug Awareness and Prevention grants, 1989
836Harris Harder, 1989
837Harris- Winters, 1989
838Karen Harris-Moore, 1989
839HUD [Housing and Urban Development] - Drugs Grant, September 1989
840Library of Congress license fee- Ralph Russell, 1989
841Medical College of Georgia, reimbursement for physicians, 1989
842Medical College of Georgia, 1989
843Blue Cross- Blue Shield, Medicare Secondary Payer Law, 1989
844Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1989
845No Answer, 1989
91OBRA [Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act]-Health, 1987
92Brooks Pennington, Madison, 1989
93Pork Producers- Pork Promotion, Research and Consumer Information Act, 1989
94Pro Review of Quality of Care, 1989
95Pyridate Regulations, 1989
96Recommendations- Out, 1989
97Roger Russell, 1989
98Section 8 contract adjustments (Ranier View Association), 1989
99Mark Fleming-Regulations of smokeless tobacco, 1989, 1989
910Webster Sherrer- Marietta-AFIP [Armed Forces Institute of Pathology], 1989
911Southeastern Fruit and Tree Nut Research Laboratory in Byron, 1989
912EDWAA [Economic Dislocation and Worker Adjustment Assistance Program Act], 1989
913James Tison PRO [Peer Review Organization], 1989
914Thanks, 1989
915Tobacco Exports-Thailand, 1989
916Leola Turner, Springfield, VA, 1989
917Fair Labor Standards Act, 1989
918Warner Robbins Air Force Base, 1989
919Wells Memorial Hospital- Washington, 1989
920West Point Glee Club, 1988-1989
921Robert Woodruff Health Sciences, 1989
922Nancy Wylie, 1989
923Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 1989
924VISA applications, 1989
925Grants, 1989

C. Constituent Mail

Scope and Contents note: Constituent Mail subseries is organized into three sub-subseries: Case Mail, 1987-1992 (Closed); Computer Mail, 1985-1994; and Intergovernmental Affairs Mail, 1983-1986, 1993-1994. This subseries contains mail from constituents on a variety of topics including form letter lobbies of Rowland and personal letters written about issues of interest to constituents. Correspondence about specific legislation is typically filed in Series II. Legislative with the staff member who handled the topic in question. In Series III., C. Constituent Mail, however, most constituent letters do not have a personal reply from Rowland or his staff representative, but received a form reply, which is typically not attached to the letter, but filed with other form responses (see 2. Computer Mail, 103rd Congress for form replies, 1991-1994 and Series II. Legislative, A. Legislative Directors’ Files, Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s Legislative Mail for early form responses). The only exception to this type of form reply is Intergovernmental Affairs Mail, which did receive personal responses from a staff member and/or Rowland. Some computer mail is not identified by topic, but numbered with a computer-generated number, which does not provide much guidance to the researcher. In these cases, the date range of the letters in the folder has been supplied. Administrative information about the computer systems used, instructions about handling computer mail replies, and early form replies are located in Series II. Legislative, Subseries A. Legislative Directors’ Files, in Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s files, under Legislative Mail.
2. Computer Mail, 1985-1994
Scope and Contents note: Computer Mail contains constituents’ letters to Rowland that were assigned individual numbers generated by the computer and filed sequentially. Typically these letters received form responses from Rowland because they addressed issues about which constituents were frequently concerned or about which a mass of constituents corresponded about at one time. Topics are various and sometimes can be gathered from the folder title (e.g., Conrail). For number-only folder titles (e.g. 185000-18910), a date has been provided to help with access to the letters. The sub-subseries is organized in chronological order by congress. Staff members who were responsible for the files are noted in parentheses in the box list. Of note are Cam Hay’s files (103rd Congress, 1993-1994) that contain form responses for the period 1991-1994 and are arranged in alphabetical order by topic. Cam’s mail files follow the form letters and are arranged alphabetically by folder title or topic.
a. Mike Boggs
201Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Cuts, March-August, 1986
202Conrail [Folder 1], 1985-1986
203Conrail [Folder 2], 1985-1986
204Conrail [Folder 3], 1985-1986
211Conrail [Folder 4], 1985-1986
212Conrail [Folder 5], 1985-1986
213Title X [Folder 1], 1985
214Title X [Folder 2], 1985
221Title X [Folder 3], 1985
222Title X [Folder 4], 1985
223Title X [Folder 5], 1985
231Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Cuts – Con Letters [Folder 1], March-April 1985
232Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Cuts – Con Letters [Folder 2], March-April 1985
233Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 1], July-August 1986
234Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 2], July-August 1986
235Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 3], July-August 1986
241Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 4], July-August 1986
242Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 5], July-August 1986
243Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 6], July-August 1986
244Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 7], July-August 1986
251Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 8], July-August 1986
252Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 9], July-August 1986
253Textile bill Veto Override Vote – Pro letters [Folder 10], July-August 1986
254Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Cuts – Con Letters [Folder 3], March-April 1985
255Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Cuts – Con Letters [Folder 4], March-April 1985
b. Quinton Robinson
261[National Opinion Ballot – important issues], 1988-1989
262Letters to be entered, 1989
263[National Federation of Independent Business – Mandate ballot votes], 1989-1990
264[Equal Tax Treatment], July 1989
265FSX fighter – Con, May 1989
266Concerns over Jim Wright, 1988-1989
267Jim Wright, 1989
268Catastrophic Letters, May 1989
269Child Porn Act, 1988
2610Abortion, 1989
2611Prayer, 1989
2612NFIB – Small Business Survey Results, April 1989
2613NFIB – Survey Results, August 1989
2614NFIB – Survey Results, August-September 1990
2615NFIB – Survey Results, October 1988
2616NFIB – Survey Results, December 1988-January 1989
2617General Issues, 1989
271Computer Letters: 18500-18910, January-February 1989
272Computer Letters: 18920-19297, October 1988 – April 1989
273Computer Letters: 19298-19439, February 1989
274Computer Letters: 19558-20915, February-March 1989
275Computer Letters: 20916-21496, March-April 1989
281Computer Letters: 21497-21669, April 1989
282Computer Letters: 21700-22046, April 1989
283Computer Letters: 22047-22883, April-May 1989
284Computer Letters: 22512-22682, June-May 1989
291Computer Letters: 22663-22899, June-May 1989
292Computer Letters: 22900-23267, April-June 1989
293Computer Letters: 23225-23499, January-June 1989
294Computer Letters: 23500-23703, December 1988-June 1989
301Computer Letters 24600-25223, July-September 1989
302Computer Letters 23707-24091, February-July 1989
303Computer Letters 24093-24421, June-August 1989
304Computer Letters 24438-24599, July-August 1989
c. Ben Evans
311-4Fast Track form letters, Forstmann and Company employees, 1991
325-8Fast Track form letters, Forstmann and Company employees, 1991
33135900 – 35999, April-July 1991
33235800 – 35899, March-June 1991
33335700 – 357999, April – June 1991
33435600 – 35699, May – June 1991
33535500 – 35599, April – May 1991
33635400 – 35499, May 1991
33735300 – 35399, undated
33835200 – 35299, May 1991
34135100 – 35199, April 1991
34235000 – 35099, 1991
34334900 – 34999, 1991
34434800 – 34899, April – May 1991
34534700 - 34799, May 1991
34634600 – 34699, 1991
34734500 – 34599, 1991
34834400 – 34499, April 1991
351Computer letters: 100028 – 100997, September – July 1991
352Computer letters: 101000 – 101291, July – August 1991
353Computer letters: 101363 – 101699, July – August 1991
354Computer letters: 101700 – 102203, July – September 1991
355Computer letters: 102246 – 102912, July – September 1991
361Computer letters: 102934 – 104273, 1991
362Computer letters: 104303 – 104410, November 1991
363Computer letters: 104411 – 104559, October-November 1991
371Computer letters: 104561 – 104749, August – November 1991
372Computer letters: 104975 – 105437, November 1991
373Telephone Calls: Pro-Brady, April – May 1991
374Telephone Calls: Anti-H.R.7 and Pro-H.R. 1412, April 17, 1991
381Computer letters: 104593-105767, November- December 1991
382Computer letters: 105770-158104, October – December 1991
383Computer letters: 158141 – 170763, November 1991 – January 1992
384Computer letters: 171298 – 171419, January – February 1992
391Computer letters: 171421 – 171997, January – February 1992
392Computer letters: 171998 – 172117, February 1992
393Computer letters: 172119 – 172404, February 1992
394Computer letters: 172405 – 172900, February – March 1992
401Computer letters: 172901 – 173488, March 1992
402Computer letters: 173489 – 173604, March 1992
d. Tracy Thompson
411Energy Bill – Comments regarding specific provisions (folder 1), August 1992
412Energy Bill – Comment regarding specific provisions (folder 2), July-August 1992
413Energy Bill – Comment regarding specific provisions (folder 3), July-August 1992
414Energy Bill – Comment regarding specific provisions (folder 4), August-September 1992
421Education [Folder 1], June-July 1992
422Education [Folder 2], June-July 1992
423[Mail: Various Subjects], June-August 1992
424[Mail: Various Subjects], August-July 1992
425[Mail: Various Subjects], May-July 1992
431[Mail: Various Subjects], 1993
432[Mail: Various Subjects], July-November 1993
433[Mail: Various Subjects], July-October 1993
434School Lunch Issues [Mail], September-October 1993
441[Mail: Various Subjects], May-June 1993
442[Mail: Various Subjects], May-July 1993
443[Mail: Various Subjects], June-July 1993
444[Mail: Various Subjects], June 1993
451[Mail: Various Subjects], December 1993-February 1994
452[Mail: Various Subjects], January-April 1993
453[Mail: Various Subjects], February-April 1993
454[Mail: Various Subjects], February-November 1993
461[Mail: Various Subjects], August-October 1993
462[Mail: Various Subjects], September-November 1993
463[Mail: Various Subjects], Returned Letters [1 of 2], 1993
464[Mail: Various Subjects], Returned Letters [2 of 2], 1993
471[Mail: Various Subjects], October-December 1993
472[Mail: Various Subjects], November 1993-January 1994
e. Cam Hay
481Texts, 1991-1994
482Academy, 1991-1994
f. Administration (Cam Hay)
483Administration, 1991-1994
484Administration/Condolences, 1991-1994
485Congratulations, 1991-1994
486Flag, 1991-1994
487Invites, 1991-1994
488Miscellaneous, 1991-1994
489Requests, 1991-1994
4810Requests/Frank Use, 1991-1994
4811Requests/Projects, 1991-1994
4812Projects/Recommendation, 1991-1994
4813Thank you, 1991-1944
4814Tour, 1991-1994
g. Agriculture (Cam Hay)
4815Agriculture, 1991-1994
4816Disaster, 1991-1994
4817Peanuts, 1991-1994
4818Pesticides, 1991-1994
4819Timber, 1991-1994
4820Timber/Tobacco, 1991-1994
h. Banking (Cam Hay)
4821Banking, 1991-1994
4822Reform, 1991-1994
4823Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), 1991-1994
4824Ben.Projects/Tracy Letters, 1991-1994
4825Budget, 1991-1994
i. Budget (Cam Hay)
491General, 1991-1994
j. Case (Cam Hay)
492Case, 1991-1994
493Health, 1991-1994
494District of Columbia (D.C.), 1991-1994
k. Defense (Cam Hay)
495Defense (1 of 2), 1991-1994
496Defense (2 of 2), 1991-1994
497Budget, 1991-1994
l. Energy and Commerce Committee (Cam Hay)
498Energy and Commerce Committee, 1991-1994
499Commerce, 1991-1994
4910Animal Imports, 1991-1994
4911Product Liability, 1991-1994
4912Health (1 of 2), 1991-1994
4913Health (2 of 2), 1991-1994
m. Energy and Commerce Committee/Health (Cam Hay)
4914Abortion, 1991-1994
4915AIDS, 1991-1994
4916Animal Rights, 1991-1994
4917Drugs, 1991-1994
4918Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1991-1994
4919Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 1991-1994
4920Food Safety, 1991-1994
4921Infant Mortality, 1991-1994
4922Insurance, 1991-1994
4923Insurance/Medigap, 1991-1994
4924Lead, 1991-1994
4925Medicaid, 1991-1994
4926Medicare, 1991-1994
4927Nursing Home, 1991-1994
4928Physician, 1991-1994
n. Energy and Commerce Committee/Health (Cam Hay)
501Reform Act (1 of 2), 1991-1994
502Reform Act (2 of 2), 1991-1994
503Superfund, 1991-1994
504Title VII, 1991-1994
505Town Hall, 1991-1994
506Town Hall/Clean Air, 1991-1994
507Energy and Commerce Committee/ 0-1, 1991-1994
508Energy and Commerce Committee/Power, 1991-1994
o. Energy and Commerce Committee/Telephone (Cam Hay)
509Energy and Commerce Committee/ Telephone, 1991-1994
5010Cable Communications, 1991-1994
5011Manufacturing, 1991-1994
5012Telephone Advertising, 1991-1994
p. Energy and Commerce Committee/ Transportation (Cam Hay)
5013Energy and Commerce Committee/ Transportation (Cam Hay), 1991-1994
5014Railroad, 1991-1994
5015Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), 1991-1994
q. Education and Labor (Cam Hay)
5016Education and Labor, 1991-1994
5017Budget, 1991-1994
5018Children, 1991-1994
5019Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 1991-1994
5020Family Leave, 1991-1994
5021Health Education, 1991-1994
5022Higher Education, 1991-1994
5023Labor, 1991-1994
5024School Lunch, 1991-1994
5025Standards, 1991-1994
5026Strikes, 1991-1994
t. Interior (Cam Hay)
517Interior (Cam Hay), 1991-1994
518Appropriations, 1991-1994
519Forests, 1991-1994
5110General, 1991-1994
5111National Parks, 1991-1994
r. Foreign Affairs (Cam Hay)
5027Foreign Affairs, 1991-1994
5028Central America, 1991-1994
5029Foreign Aid, 1991-1994
5030Israel, 1991-1994
5031General (1 of 2), 1991-1994
5032General (2 of 2), 1991-1994
5033Government Operations, 1991-1994
511Holley Letters, 1991-1994
512Holley Letters, 1991-1994
s. House Administration (Cam Hay)
513House Administration, 1991-1994
514Pay, 1991-1994
515Reform, 1991-1994
516Housing, 1991-1994
u. Judicial (Cam Hay)
5112Judicial (Cam Hay), 1991-1994
5113Child Support, 1991-1994
5114Civil Rights, 1991-1994
5115Constitution, 1991-1994
5116Crime, 1991-1994
5117Economics Law [Bankruptcy], 1991-1994
5118Gun Control, 1991-1994
5119Immigration, 1991-1994
5120Insurance, 1991-1994
5121Miscellaneous, 1991-1994
5122Larry Letters (1 of 2), 1991-1994
5123Larry Letter (2 of 2), 1991-1994
5124Larry Letters/ Cosponsors, 1991-1994
5125Letters, 1991-1994
v. Media (Cam Hay)
521Broadcast, 1991-1994
522Print (1 of 10), 1991-1994
523Print (2 of 10), 1991-1994
524Print (3 of 10), 1991-1994
525Print (4 of 10), 1991-1994
526Print (5 of 10), 1991-1994
527Print (6 of 10), 1991-1994
531Print (7 of 10), 1991-1994
532Print (8 of 10), 1991-1994
533Print (9 of 10), 1991-1994
534Print (10 of 10), 1991-1994
535Speeches, 1993 [undated]
536Merchant Marine, undated
537Miscellaneous, undated
538Miscellaneous/ State Issue, undated
w. Post Office and Civil Service (Cam Hay)
539Post Office and Civil Service (Cam Hay), undated
5310Post Office and Civil Service (Cam Hay), 1991-1994
5311Commemorate, 1994
5312Postal Service, 1993-1994
5313Projects [?]/ Amtrack, 1991- 1994
x. Public Works and Transportation Committee (Cam Hay)
5314Public Works and Transportation Committee (Cam Hay), undated
5315Clean Water, undated
5316Surface Transportation, 1991-1994
5317Rules, 1991-1994
y. Veterans Administration (Cam Hay)
5318Veterans Administration (Cam Hay), 1991-1994
5319Compensation, undated
z. Veterans Administration (Cam Hay)
542Health Care
aa. Ways and Means Committee (Cam Hay)
545Ways and Means
547Social Security
bb. Alphabetical
551A to Z, May –December 1994
552Tax on Annuities, May–December 1994
553Aviation (Boeing 747 Aircraft) and HR 3087, May–December 1994
554B-2 Bomber Program, May–December 1994
555Balanced Budget Amendment (HJ 103), May–December 1994
556Burden of Proof, May–December 1994
557Canadian Lumber, May–December 1994
558Child Pornography, May–December 1994
559Cigarette Tax, May–December 1994
5510Cigarette Tax (1 of 2), May–December 1994
561Cigarette Tax (2 of 2), May–December 1994
562Cigarette Tax (1 of 2), May–December 1994
563Cigarette Tax (2 of 2), May–December 1994
564Cola, May–December 1994
565Congressional Term Limits, May–December 1994
566Crime Bill (1 of 2), May–December 1994
567Crime Bill (2 of 2), May–December 1994
571Crime and Health, May–December 1994
572Crime and Health (1 of 2), May–December 1994
573Crime and Health (2 of 2), May–December 1994
574CVN- 76 (Nuclear Aircraft Carrier), May–December 1994
575Dietary Supplement, May–December 1994
576English Language (HR 2859), May–December 1994
577Fairness in Broadcasting, May–December 1994
578Form Credit and Development (HR 4129), May–December 1994
579Flood Insurance (National Flood Insurance Program), May–December 1994
5710Flow Control, May–December 1994
5711Free Speech, May–December 1994
5712Freedom of Choice Act, May–December 1994
5713Foreign Affairs [Including Nicaraguan Contras, Iran-Contra], 1987
581GATT/ World Trade Organization, May–December 1994
582Gun Control (folder 1 of 7), May–December 1994
583Gun Control (folder 2 of 7), May–December 1994
584Gun Control (folder 3 of 7), May–December 1994
585Gun Control (folder 4 of 7), May–December 1994
586Gun Control (folder 5 of 7), May–December 1994
591Gun Control (folder 6 of 7), May–December 1994
592Gun Control (folder 7 of 7), May–December 1994
593Gun Control, May–December 1994
594Haiti, May–December 1994
595Health Care (General) (folder 1 of 21), May–December 1994
596Health Care (General) (folder 2 of 21), May–December 1994
597Health Care (General) (folder 3 of 21), May–December 1994
598Health Care (General) (folder 4 of 21), May–December 1994
601Health Care (General) (folder 5 of 21), May–December 1994
602Health Care (General) (folder 6 of 21), May–December 1994
603Health Care (General) (folder 7 of 21), May–December 1994
604Health Care (General) (folder 8 of 21), May–December 1994
605Health Care (General) (folder 9 of 21), May–December 1994
606Health Care (General) (folder 10 of 21), May–December 1994
611Health Care (General) (folder 11 of 21), May–December 1994
612Health Care (General) (folder 12 of 21), May–December 1994
613Health Care (General) (folder 13 of 21), May–December 1994
614Health Care (General) (folder 14 of 21), May–December 1994
615Health Care (General) (folder 15 of 21), May–December 1994
616Health Care (General) (folder 16 of 21), May–December 1994
621Health Care (General) (folder 17 of 21), May–December 1994
622Health Care (General) (folder 18 of 21), May–December 1994
623Health Care (General) (folder 19 of 21), May–December 1994
624Health Care (General) (folder 20 of 21), May–December 1994
625Health Care (General) (folder 21 of 21), May–December 1994
626Health Care Reform (folder 1 of 7), May–December 1994
631Health Care Reform (folder 2 of 7), May–December 1994
632Health Care Reform (folder 3 of 7), May–December 1994
633Health Care Reform (folder 4 of 7), May–December 1994
634Health Care Reform (folder 5 of 7), May–December 1994
635Health Care Reform (folder 6 of 7), May–December 1994
636Health Care Reform (folder 7 of 7), May–December 1994
637Health Care (folder 1 of 40), May–December 1994
641Health Care (folder 2 of 40), May–December 1994
642Health Care (folder 3 of 40), May–December 1994
643Health Care (folder 4 of 40), May–December 1994
644Health Care (folder 5 of 40), May–December 1994
645Health Care (folder 6 of 40), May–December 1994
646Health Care (folder 7 of 40), May–December 1994
651Health Care (folder 8 of 40), May–December 1994
652Health Care (folder 9 of 40), May–December 1994
653Health Care (folder 10 of 40), May–December 1994
654Health Care (folder 11 of 40), May–December 1994
655Health Care (folder 12 of 40), May–December 1994
656Health Care (folder 13 of 40), May–December 1994
657Health Care (folder 14 of 40), May–December 1994
661Health Care (folder 15 of 40), May–December 1994
662Health Care (folder 16 of 40), May–December 1994
663Health Care (folder 17 of 40), May–December 1994
664Health Care (folder 18 of 40), May–December 1994
665Health Care (folder 19 of 40), May–December 1994
666Health Care (folder 20 of 40), May–December 1994
671Health Care (folder 21 of 40), May–December 1994
672Health Care (folder 22 of 40), May–December 1994
673Health Care (folder 23 of 40), May–December 1994
674Health Care (folder 24 of 40), May–December 1994
675Health Care (folder 25 of 40), May–December 1994
676Health Care (folder 26 of 40), May–December 1994
677Health Care (folder 27 of 40), May–December 1994
678Health Care (folder 28 of 40), May–December 1994
681Health Care (folder 29 of 40), May–December 1994
682Health Care (folder 30 of 40), May–December 1994
683Health Care (folder 31 of 40), May–December 1994
684Health Care (folder 32 of 40), May–December 1994
685Health Care (folder 33 of 40), May–December 1994
686Health Care (folder 34 of 40), May–December 1994
691Health Care (folder 35 of 40), May–December 1994
692Health Care (folder 36 of 40), May–December 1994
693Health Care (folder 37 of 40), May–December 1994
694Health Care (folder 38 of 40), May–December 1994
695Health Care (folder 39 of 40), May–December 1994
696Health Care (folder 40 of 40), May–December 1994
697Health Care Reform Letters, May–December 1994
701Health Care Reform Letters, 1993-1994
702National Communications (HR 3626), March 3, 1994
703HR 3222, March 1994
704HR 3227, 1994
705HR #6 [Folder 1], February 1994
706HR #6 [Folder 2], February 1994
707HR #6 [Folder 3], February 1994
708HR #6 [Folder 4], February 1994
711HR #6 [Folder 5], February 1994
712HR #6 [Folder 6], February 1994
713HR #6 [Folder 7], February 1994
714HR #6 [Folder 8], February 1994
715HR 9/ Insurance, September 1994
716Interstate Waste/ Tauzin, July–August 1994
721Lobby Reform, September–October 1994
722Minimum Wage, February 1994
723Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2), February–May 1994
724Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2), February–May 1994
725Multiple Listings, February–May 1994
726Nutritional Objectives, September 8, 1994
727Occupational Safety: Health Administration, March – June 1994
728OSHA [Occupational Safety and Health Administration] Reform, September 1994
729Product Liability Reform, May 1994
7210[Dan] Rostnkowski, March 1994
7211Smoke Free Environment, June–September 1994
7212Social Security, April–May 1994
7213Taxes, March–April 1994
7214Telecommunications, March 1994
7215Welfare Reform, March–September 1994
731Whitewater, March–April 1994
732Women in Combat, September 1994
733Health Care, July 1994
cc. [Constituent letters – Various Subjects]
744Constituent letters, November 1994
745Constituent letters, June–July 1994
746Constituent letters, May–July 1994
747Constituent letters, August–October 1994
741Constituent letters, August–September 1994
742Constituent letters, May–August 1994
743Constituent letters, June–August 1994
744Constituent letters, November–December 1994
3. Intergovernmental Affairs Mail, 1983-1986, 1993-1994
Scope and Contents note: Intergovernmental Affairs Mail consists of letters from constituents to Rowland requesting help about a particular topic that involved a federal agency. Staff assistants Richard Gordon (98th-99th Congress, 1983-1986) and Dominic Barial (103rd Congress, 1993-1994) handled these requests. Files are organized by topic or federal agency in original order, which is loosely alphabetical. Select files are restricted due to personal information contained therein, and will open seventy-five years from date of creation.
751Housing, 1984-1985
752Housing: Richard Gordon [Research Materials]
753Federal Assistance, 1983-1985
754Health and Human Services (HHS) [RESTRICTED], 1985
755Office of Management and Budget [RESTRICTED], 1985
756Regulations--Health and Human Services (HHS), 1985
757Regulations—Education, 1985
758[Miscellaneous], March 1983
759Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) [RESTRICTED], 1984
7510Information, January-July 1985
7512Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2)
761Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2)
762Department of Justice
764Unanswered Mail
765Department of Transportation (DOT)
766Unanswered Mail
767[Department of Energy/Labor/Transportation]
768Economic Development Agency
771Environmental Protection Agency
772HUD (Housing and Urban Development) (folder 1 of 2)
773HUD (Housing and Urban Development) (folder 2 of 2)
781Postal Service
785Federal Assistance (folder 1 of 2)
786Federal Assistance (folder 2 of 2)
791Grants (folder 1 of 2)
792Grants (folder 2 of 2)
793Internal Revenue Service [RESTRICTED]
794Civil Service [RESTRICTED]
795Farmer Home Administration
796Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
797Contracts (folder 1 of 2)
798Contracts (folder 2 of 2)
801Defense [RESTRICTED]
802Department of Labor [RESTRICTED]
803Department of Education [RESTRICTED]
804Health and Human Services (HHS)
805Interstate Commerce Commission
806Federal Assistance (folder 1 of 2)
807Federal Assistance (folder 2 of 2)
811Post Office and Civil Service--Correspondence, September 1985-March 1986
812General Coffee State Park
813Unanswered Mail--Rich, 1985
814Rich--Unanswered Mail, 1985; 1987
815Curry, John B. Small Business Association (SBA): Laurens County
817[Miscellaneous] (folder 1 of 2)
818[Miscellaneous] (folder 2 of 2)
819Federal Assistance
8110[Congressional Research Service: "Measuring Vitality and Performance in Aging Workers], 1985 September 25
821Solid Waste Disposal Operation Coffee County
822Miscellaneous Correspondence Richard Gordon Post Office and Civil Service, Banking, Transportation, Labor Disputes (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], June 1985-June 1986
823Miscellaneous Correspondence Richard Gordon Post Office and Civil Service, Banking, Transportation, Labor Disputes (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], June 1985-June 1986
824Federal Highway Reform, July-October 1985
825Satellite Scrambling, July 1985-February 1986
826Conrail, October-November 1985
827Miscellaneous Correspondence Richard Gordon (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
831Miscellaneous Correspondence Richard Gordon (folder 2 of 3), 1985-1986
832Miscellaneous Correspondence Richard Gordon (3 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
842Unanswered: [Constituent Inquiries, Block Grant] [RESTRICTED]
843Block Grants--To Be Filed: Plant Closing - Con
844Block Grants--To Be Filed (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
845Block Grants--To Be Filed (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
846Unanswered Mail, 1985-1986
847Unanswered Mail, 1985
851Unanswered Mail, 1985
852Unanswered Mail, 1985
853Unanswered Mail: Unanswered Mail and Review, 1985-1986
861Insurance Problems, 1994
862Empowerment Zone, 1994
863Fall Line Freeway, 1994
864Cluster Rule/ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), March 1994
865Merck Company, March 1994
866Visa Problems, 1994
867Amtrak Hearing, March 23,1994
868Lace Futch/ Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 1994
869City of Perry, 1993
8610Granite Furniture Manufacturing, 1994
8611Perry Housing Authority, 1994
8612Joseph D’Onfrio – American Appraisal Associates, 1993
8613Albany Area Primary Health Care (APHC)/ Grant, 1994
8614Southern Frozen Foods, 1993
8615Albany Housing Authority – Linda Jeter, 1993
8616Hearing Aids, 1994
8617City of Vienna, 1993
8618Marion Childs, 1994
8619Darvin Eason/ Folicur, 1994
8620Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) Embezzlement case, 1994
8621Van Whaler Cook Co. Commission, 1993
8622U.S. 441, 1994
871Real Estate Appraisal, 1994
872W. Danny Lewis/ City of Douglas City Manager, 1994
873515 Program Multi-Family, 1994
874Twiggs County, 1990
875Styrene (EPA Regulation), 1994
876Lowdes Ed. School, 1994
877Johnson County Community Center, 1994
878Laurens County Library, 1993
879Flexsteel/ General Services Administration (GSA), 1994
8710John C. Wilson Bond Swamp, 1994
8711EPA/ Pesticide Worker Protection, 1994
8712Edwin Cannaway Airline Pilot Recommendation, 1992
8713John Hiscox/ Macon Housing Authority, 1993
8714ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), 1993
8715Iris Graham, 1993
8716[Stop Drunk Driving], 1993
8717Veteran Affairs, 1993
8718Sign-on Letters, 1993-1994
8719EPA (Environmental protection Agency), 1993
8720Association County Commissioners of Georgia, September 1993
8721Memoranda, 1994
8722Soil Surveys- Soil Conservation Service office, 1994
8723Georgia Military Installations, undated
8724Passport Prob., 1994
8725Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) Closings, 1994
8726Legislative Launch ’94, 1994
8727Georgia Department of Labor, 1993
8728[Census/ Redistricting], 1990-1991
881Van’s Cuz [RESTRICTED], 1994
882Georgia Union State – Multi-Modal, 1994
883M.D. Horton Jr., 1994
884John J. Rhodes III, 1994
885Georgia Department of Labor, 1993
886Roy Burch/ U.S. Marshall
887Phillip Morris Teacher’s Grant
888Tornadoes, South Georgia
889Department of Defense Commemoration 1941-1945 (1st Copy), 1991-1995
8810Department of Defense Commemoration 1941-1945 (2nd Copy), 1991-1995
8811Georgia Hospital Association – Invite Mrs. Clinton, November 1993
8812School Lunch, October 1994
8813Dr. Richard Watson, April 1994
8814[Foundation for Independent Druggist Organization (FIDO)], September 1993
8815William Higginbotham, 1994
8816Georgia Hearing Aid Society, 1993-1994
8817Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), 1994
8818Jack Goldman, 1994
8819Denmark Groover/ Bob Lewis, undated
8820Oglethorpe Power Corporation, June 1994
8821Richard Epps/ Federal Communications Commission (FCC), August 1994
8822Paralympic Games, 1994
8823Crazy Letters, 1994