Max Cleland Papers, Series III. PressMax Cleland Papers, Series III. Press

Max Cleland Papers, Series III. Press

Descriptive Summary

Title: Max Cleland Papers, Series III. Press
Creator: Cleland, Max, 1942-
Dates: 1975-2002
Dates: Bulk, 1997-2002
Extent: 8.0 boxes (8 linear feet and 1.6 gigabytes)
Collection Number: RBRL/157/MC
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Cleland represented Georgia in the U.S. Senate (1997-2002), with previous service as a Georgia state senator, head of the Veterans Administration, and Georgia Secretary of State. Series III. Press documents the various ways Cleland communicated his views, including speeches, his biography, press releases, newspaper clippings, and his website.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Max Cleland was born in 1942 in Atlanta, Georgia. He earned a B.A. from Stetson University and a M.A. in history from Emory University in 1968. After one year at Emory, he joined the Army to fight in the Vietnam War, reaching the rank of captain. He served from 1965 to 1968, when he was injured by a grenade and lost both legs and his right arm.

Cleland began a life-long career in politics when he was elected to the Georgia state senate in 1970, the youngest member ever elected. He served as a consultant to Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs (1975-1977) and was appointed head of the Veterans Administration in 1977 by President Carter. He was the first Vietnam veteran to hold that post.

Following the end of Carter’s presidential term, Cleland returned to Georgia and was elected as Georgia Secretary of State in 1982. In this position, he was responsible for enforcing regulations related to commerce, industry and licensing in the state, maintaining the state’s records, and overseeing elections. He was re-elected for three more terms. He resigned during the fourth term to run for U.S. Senate to replace retiring senator Sam Nunn. Cleland, a Democrat, was elected to the Senate in 1996. Among his contributions were working on campaign finance reform, military policy (including advocating caution with U.S. peacekeeping efforts in the Balkans), taxes, commerce, improved conditions for armed services personnel, maintaining a competitive air travel industry, and voting reform. He was also part of a bipartisan panel that investigated the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. Cleland represented Georgia in the Senate until 2002, when he lost a close race to Saxby Chambliss.

After leaving the Senate, Cleland has remained active in politics, campaigning for Democrats and giving motivational speeches around the country. Since 2009, he has served as Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission.

Source: Grant, Chris. "Max Cleland (b. 1942)." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 26 August 2013. Web. 17 April 2014.

Scope and Content

Series III. Press includes text for Cleland's speeches, manuscripts for his book Strong at the Broken Places, newspaper clippings about Cleland, press releases and other press files issued by Cleland's office, and files from different versions of Cleland's website.

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into 5 subseries: A. Speeches, B. Strong at the Broken Places Book Manuscript, C. Newspaper Clippings, D. Press Files, E. Website

Because of the size of this collection, the remainder of the series are described in separate finding aids. A collection summary, including links to each of these series finding aids, is available online: Max Cleland Papers: Collection Summary.

Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This series is open for research use.

Subseries D. Press Files and Subseries E. Website contain digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.

Preferred citation

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

Copyright Information

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User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Adriane Hanson, 2014 May.

Related Materials

Access Points

Military bases--Georgia.
United States. Congress. Senate.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--United States.

Related Collections in this Repository

Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 079 Max Cleland

Zell Miller Papers

Related Collections in Other Repositories

Max Cleland Papers at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum

Max Cleland Collection at Stetson University Special Collections

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


Series III. Press, 1975-2002 (Bulk, 1997-2002)

Extent: 8.0 boxes (8 linear feet and 1.6 gigabytes)
Scope and Content: Series III. Press includes text for Cleland's speeches, manuscripts for his book Strong at the Broken Places, newspaper clippings about Cleland, press releases and other press files issued by Cleland's office, and files from different versions of Cleland's website.
Organization and Arrangement: This series is organized into 5 subseries: A. Speeches, B. Strong at the Broken Places Book Manuscript, C. Newspaper Clippings, D. Press Files, E. Website
Access Restrictions: Subseries D. Press Files and Subseries E. Website contain digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.

Subseries A. Speeches, 1996-1998

Extent: 3.0 boxes (2.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries A. Speeches includes the text for speeches Cleland gave before various business, community, education, and military groups.
III.11Victory Awards 12/9/96, 1996
III.12Warner Robbins Air Force Base 12/18/96, 1996
III.13Orientation 12/4/96, 1997
III.14Communications Workers of America District 3 1/25/97, 1997
III.15Fort Gillem 1/28/97, 1997
III.16Business and Professional Women/USA 1/30/97, 1997
III.17-8India America Cultural Association 2/1/97, 1997
III.19Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems 2/3/97, 1997
III.110State of the Union Address 2/4/97, 1997
III.111Augusta State University 2/5/97, 1997
III.112Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee 2/5/97, 1997
III.113Committee on Small Business- US Senate 2/6/97, 1997
III.114American Society of Travel Agents Central Atlantic Chapter 2/11/97, 1997
III.115ASTA [American Society of Travel Agents] 2/11/97, 1997
III.116American Women in Radio and Television 2/12/97, 1997
III.117President's Day Recess 2/17-2/24/97, 1997
III.118State of American Education Speech 2/18/97, 1997
III.119Inman Middle School- Atlanta 2/19/97, 1997
III.120Arnold Middle School- Columbus 2/19/97, 1997
III.121Macon College-Macon 2/20/97, 1997
III.122Remarks for JJ [Jefferson Jackson] Dinner Video 2/21/97, 1997
III.123Fort Gordon (Augusta) 2/18/97, 1997
III.124Stetson University 2/22/97 and Schlumberger National Sales Meeting 2/23/97, 1997
III.125Stetson University 2/22/97, 1997
III.126Atlanta Bombings Press Conference 2/25/97, 1997
III.127Southeast American Israel Public Affairs Committee 3/2/97, 1997
III.128General Ronald H. Griffith Dinner in Honor of Max Cleland 3/5/97, 1997
III.129Vietnam Veterans Memorial Press Conference 3/7/97, 1997
III.130Salute to Georgia Legends Ball 3/8/97, 1997
III.131Floor Statement RE: UGA Basketball Teams 3/12/97, 1997
III.132US Model Senate, Stetson University 3/14/97, 1997
III.133Macon Cherry Blossom Festival 3/16/97, 1997
III.134Opening Ceremony- Cherry Blossom Festival 3/16/97, 1997
III.135Savannah- St. Patrick's Day 3/17/97, 1997
III.136Hibernian Society of Savannah 3/17/97, 1997
III.137Floor Speech: The Campaign Money Chase and Public Trust A Conflict of Interest 3/19/97, 1997
III.138Brenau University 3/25/97, 1997
III.139AR Johnson Magnet School (Augusta) 3/26/97, 1997
III.140Veterans Administration Hospital (Augusta) 3/26/97, 1997
III.141Medical College of Georgia Luncheon 3/26/97, 1997
III.142Medical College of Georgia Corporate Partnership Program 3/26/97, 1997
III.143Atlanta Kiwanis Club 4/1/97, 1997
III.144North Cobb High School NJROTC [Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps] 3/27/97, 1997
III.145Albany Technical Institute 4/3/97, 1997
III.146Fisher House Foundation, 1997
III.147Lockheed Martin (Rollout Ceremony) 4/9/97, 1997
III.148American University Washington Semester Program 4/11/97, 1997
III.149American Semester Program 4/11/97, 1997
III.150American University's 50th Anniversary Dinner of Washington Semester Program 4/11/97, 1997
III.151National Association for Home Care 4/15/97, 1997
III.152Sister to Sister DC Legislative Fly In 4/17/97, 1997
III.153United Auto Workers 4/22/97, 1997
III.154League of Conservation Voters 4/23/97, 1997
III.155Very Special Arts International Night 4/24/97, 1997
III.156South Dakota Jefferson Jackson Dinner 4/26/97, 1997
III.157Milliken KEX Association 4/28/97, 1997
III.158Fort Benning 5/1/97, 1997
III.159North Georgia College and State University 5/4/97, 1997
III.160North Georgia College and State University 5/4/97, 1997
III.161Army War College 5/7/97, 1997
III.162US Holocaust Memorial Council 5/8/97, 1997
III.163National Law Enforcement Memorial 5/12/97, 1997
III.164Chattanooga's Armed Forces Day 5/16/97, 1997
III.165CATRALA [Car and Trucking Renting and Leasing Association] of Georgia 5/16/97, 1997
III.166Georgia Association of Realtors 5/20/97, 1997
III.167Augusta Chamber of Commerce 5/20/97, 1997
III.168Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce 5/20/97, 1997
III.169Bureau of Wholesale Sales Representatives 5/20/97, 1997
III.170Mac Collins Fly-In 5/21/97, 1997
III.171Memorial Day Recess 5/24-5/30, 1997
III.172Clayton State College and University 5/30/97, 1997
III.173Small Business Administration 6/3/97, 1997
III.21President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities 6/4/97 [Also includes CBS This Morning Interview about WE Magazine], 1997
III.221997 Senate Notes, 1997
III.23Federal Housing Finance Board 6/11/97, 1997
III.24American Institute of Architects Conference 6/12/97, 1997
III.25Spring Graduation Ceremonies- Coastal Georgia Community College 6/13/97, 1997
III.26Commencement Speech, 1997
III.27Northeastern University's Commencement Speech 6/14/97, 1997
III.28Georgia Farm Bureau Federation 6/17/97, 1997
III.29Atlanta Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 6/20/97, 1997
III.210Hugh Sandefur Training Center 6/20/97, 1997
III.211Common Cause Press Conference 6/23/97, 1997
III.212Discover Scholarship 6/24/97, 1997
III.213Youth Challenge Academy 7/8/97, 1997
III.214DSCC [Democratic Senators, Candidates and Challengers] 6th Annual Majority Trust Weekend 7/11-7/13/97, 1997
III.215Robins Air Force Base C-5 Ceremony 9/8/97, 1997
III.216Leadership VA [Veterans Affairs] 9/10/97, 1997
III.217Georgia Department of Transportation Greeting 9/12/97, 1997
III.218Atlanta Business League 9/12/97, 1997
III.219Atlanta Business League Speech 9/12/97, 1997
III.220Boys and Girls Club of America Youth of the Year Award 9/16/97, 1997
III.221Boys and Girls Club of America Introduction 9/17/97, 1997
III.222National Association of Minority Contractors Greeting 9/18/97, 1997
III.223Introduction of Wyche Fowler 9/18/97, 1997
III.224Introduction of Congressman John Lewis DPC Luncheon 9/25/97, 1997
III.225Women's National Democrat Club 9/22/97, 1997
III.226Mother Teresa 9/27/97, 1997
III.227Jewish National Fund 9/28/97, 1997
III.228Women Construction Owners and Executives 10/4/97, 1997
III.229Hands on Atlanta 10/4/97, 1997
III.230UNITE [Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees] 10/4/97, 1997
III.231Electronic Classroom 10/7/97, 1997
III.232Georgia Southern University: Disability Awareness Day 10/7/97, 1997
III.233Library of Congress 10/10/97, 1997
III.234Columbus Disability Awards Banquet 10/11/97, 1997
III.235Military Affairs Committee Dinner 10/16/97, 1997
III.236Savannah District Office Opening 10/17/97, 1997
III.237FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] Joint Press Conference with Savannah Mayor 10/17/97, 1997
III.238American Psychiatric Association 10/17/98, 1997
III.239Carter-Mondale Reunion 10/18/97, 1997
III.240Gulfstream 10/97, 1997
III.241Judge Frank Hull Investiture 10/20/97, 1997
III.242HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Press Conference 10/22/97, 1997
III.243Department of Veterans Affairs National Disability Employment Awareness Month 10/23/97, 1997
III.244Naval Ball (Birthday Greeting) 10/25/97, 1997
III.245Georgia Military College 10/25/97, 1997
III.246Association of Old Crows 10/26/97, 1997
III.247Recognition of Bob Hope as 1st Honorary Veteran 10/29/97, 1997
III.248Bell South Greeting 10/30/97, 1997
III.249Bob Hope 10/29/97, 1997
III.250AU [American University] Student Visit 10/29/97, 1997
III.251Dalton College 11/19/97, 1997
III.252Floyd College: Rome Roundtable 11/19/97, 1997
III.253Reform Party Event (Atlanta) 11/20/97, 1997
III.254Atlanta 2000 11/20/97, 1997
III.255Columbus State University 11/21/97, 1997
III.256Macon State College Roundtable 11/21/97, 1997
III.257Fort Gordon/ Signal Corps Dinner 12/03/97, 1997
III.258Georgia State University Executive MBA [Masters of Business Administration] 12/9/97, 1997
III.259Congressional Insert Mort Siberman 11/7/97, 1997
III.260Avondale Estates City Commission Meeting 12/15/97, 1997
III.261US Naval Academy 12/20/97, 1997
III.262Atlanta Jewish Federation 12/4/98, 1998
III.263US Hispanic Chamber 3/10/98, 1998
III.264Stetson University 3/13/98, 1998
III.265American Occupational Therapy PAC 3/20/98, 1998
III.266FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] Trip to Gainesville with Director Witt 3/21/98, 1998
III.267American Legion Washington Conference 3/24/98, 1998
III.268American Legion Event 3/24/98, 1998
III.269Leadership Savannah 3/26/98, 1998
III.270Oakhurst Community Health Center 3/28/98, 1998
III.271USIA [United States Information Agency] 4/1/98, 1998
III.272Victims' Rights 4/1/98, 1998
III.273Georgia Water Summit 4/2/98, 1998
III.274Stetson Alumni Association 4/22/98, 1998
III.275National MS [Multiple Sclerosis] Society 4/28/98, 1998
III.276Fisher Center 4/28/98, 1998
III.277Georgia Association of Realtors 4/28/98, 1998
III.278Georgia Press Roundtable NATO Expansion Vote 4/29/98, 1998
III.279Dr. Gil Watson Guest Chaplain of Senate 4/30/98, 1998
III.280GA Tech Calahan Lecture 5/01/98, 1998
III.31JJ [Jefferson-Jackson] Dinner 5/02/98, 1998
III.32Traveling Vietnam Veteran Wall 5/03/98, 1998
III.33Metro Augusta Chamber 5/6/98, 1998
III.34Cobb Chamber of Commerce 5/6/98, 1998
III.35Fort Benning Reception 4/15/98, 1998
III.36Mac Collins 5/13/98, 1998
III.37Simione Central (Florida) 5/17/97, 1998
III.38Dalton Chamber of Commerce 5/17/98, 1998
III.39AIPAC [American Israel Public Affairs Committee] 5/19/98, 1998
III.310Old Masters 5/19/98, 1998
III.311AEA [American Electronics Association] Press Conference 5/19/98, 1998
III.312Arnold Farms School 5/24/98, 1998
III.313Forsyth Peace Officer Memorial Ceremony 5/26/98, 1998
III.314Judge Beverly Martin- Swearing in Ceremony 5/28/98, 1998
III.315Gainsville Disaster Roundtable 5/29/98, 1998
III.316Hall County Democrats 5/29/98, 1998
III.317Service Academics Reception 5/29/98, 1998
III.318CNN Nerve Gas/Vietnam 6/8/98, 1998
III.319Georgia Farm Bureau, 1998
III.320Job Corps Interview 6/16/98-canceled, 1998
III.321National Woman's Business Council Meeting 6/16/98, 1998
III.322Leadership VA [Veterans Affairs] Class 6/10/98, 1998
III.323Max Cleland Newsletter July 1998, 1998
III.324We Are Going to War! Memo, 2002

Subseries B. Strong at the Broken Places Book Manuscript, 1975, circa 2000

Extent: 2.0 boxes (1 linear foot)
Scope and Content: Subseries B. Strong at the Broken Places includes drafts and a few research files related to Cleland's autobiography.
III.325Chapter Four: Return to Cam Ranh Bay, circa 2000
III.326Draft, circa 2000
III.327Chapter Twelve - The Search for Meaning, circa 2000
III.328Chapter Five - The Snake Pit, circa 2000
III.329Chapter One - Draft, Chapter Two - Intensive Care, circa 2000
III.330Chapters Three and Four - Draft, circa 2000
III.331Chapter Six - The Last Battle, circa 2000
III.332Chapter Two - Draft, Chapter Three - The Polar Rate, Chapter Four - Freedom Bird, circa 2000
III.333Chapter Two - Draft, Chapter Five - Polar Route, Chapter Five - Japan, Chapter Seven - The World, Chapter Thirteen - Draft, circa 2000
III.334Related Materials, 1975
III.335Chapter One - An American Dien Bien Phu, circa 2000
III.336Chapter One - An American Dien Bien Phu, circa 2000
III.337Chapters One throughTwenty-Four, circa 2000
III.338Chapters One through Twenty, circa 2000
III.339Chapters One through Eighteen, circa 2000
III.340Chapter Nineteen - Hot Coffee, circa 2000
III.341Chapters One through Twenty-Four, circa 2000
III.342Related Materials, circa 2000
III.343Draft, circa 2000
III.344Chapter One - War Baby, circa 2000
III.345Related Materials, circa 2000
III.346Chapters One through Twenty-Four, circa 2000
III.347Related Materials, Includes Memo Concerning a Meeting Between President Carter and the Senator about Naming Him Administrator of the VA [Veterans Affairs], circa 2000
III.348Chapters One through Twenty-Four, circa 2000
III.349Daring Greatly, undated
III.41Chapters One through Twenty-Three, circa 2000
III.42Related Materials, circa 2000
III.43Introduction, Epilogue, and Related Materials, circa 2000
III.44Chapters One through Twenty-Three, Epilogue, circa 2000
III.45Related Materials, circa 2000
III.46Chapters One through Twenty-Three, circa 2000
III.47Related Materials, circa 2000
III.48Draft, circa 2000
III.49Chapters One through Twenty-Four, circa 2000
III.410Draft, circa 2000
III.411Draft, circa 2000

Subseries C. Newspaper Clippings, 1995-2002

Extent: 5.0 boxes (4.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries C. Newspaper Clippings contains clippings collected by Cleland's press office, organized by subject or by date.
III.412Aaron, Hank, 1999
III.413-16Abortion, 1997-2001
III.417-20ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act]/Disability 1997, 1997-2001
III.421Afghanistan, 1998
III.422Afghan War, 2001
III.423African-American Museum, 2001
III.424African-Americans General, 2000-2002
III.425-29Agriculture, 1997-2001
III.430Alive Day, 1997
III.431Alive Day/David Llyod 1999, 1998-1999
III.432Animal Rights, 2001
III.433ANWR [Arctic National Wildlife Refuge], 2001-2002
III.434-35Appalachian Regional Development Act 1997, 1997-1998
III.436Appropriations FY 2003, 2002
III.437Apalachiola Flint, 2001
III.438Arabia National Mountain, 2001
III.439Arabia Mountain, 2002
III.440Armed Service Committee Appointment, 1997
III.441Armed Service Committee, 2001-2002
III.442Ashcroft, John Nomination for U.S. Attorney General, 2001
III.443Asian Trip Summer, 2000
III.444-48Aviation 1998, 1998-2002
III.449Aviation, Post 9-11-01 Attacks, 2001
III.450Aviation Security, 2002
III.451B-1 Bomber Wing at RAFB [Robbins Air Force Base], 2001
III.452[B-1 Bomber News Clips], 2001
III.453Roy Barnes, 2002
III.454Battle Flags/ Georgia Capital, 1999
III.455107th Congress, Bipartisanship, 2000-2001
III.456Bioterrorism, 2001
III.51Blue Angels, 1999-2000
III.52BRAC [Base Realignment and Closure] (Base Closure), 2001
III.53Brunswick Harbor, 2001
III.54Bush, George W., 2002
III.55Balanced Budget Act 1997, 1997
III.56Balanced Budget Amendment 1997, 1996-1997
III.57Budget, 2001
III.58Bi-Annual Budgeting, 1999
III.59Biographies, 1995-1998
III.510Defense Spending, 1999-2000
III.511MIL-CON [Military Construction], 1999
III.512-14Federal Budget, 1998-2000
III.515C-5, 1997
III.516CCC [Civilian Conservation Corps] Memorial, 1999
III.517Campaign Finance Reform - 1997 Government Affairs Investigation, 1997
III.518-23Campaign Finance Reform, 1997-2002
III.524Carter, Jimmy, 1998-1999
III.5252000 Census, 1999-2001
III.526Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 2001
III.527CDC [Centers for Disease Control]/ Bioterrorism, 2002
III.528Chambers of Commerce, 2001
III.529Character Legislation, 2001
III.530Charities, 1997
III.531Chemical Weapons Treaty, 1997
III.532China Issues, 1998-2001
III.533Cleland Staffers, 1997-2001
III.534-35Clinton Impeachment 1998, 1998-1999
III.536Cloning, 2002
III.537Coca Cola, 2000
III.538Cohen, William Secretary of Defense Confirmation, 1997
III.539Commerce Committee Appointment, 1998
III.540Community Oriented Policing Services, 1999-2000
III.541Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, 1999
III.542Congressional Pay Raise, 1997
III.543Constituent Work, 1999-2000
III.544Coverdell, Paul, 2000
III.545Cranston, Alan Death, 2001
III.546Crematoriums, 2002
III.547Crime, 2001-2002
III.548Cruise Ships, 2000
III.549Crusader, 2002
III.550Cuba, 2000
III.551-53Cumberland Island, 1997-1999
III.554Day Trading, 2000
III.555Defense (General), 2001
III.556Defense Dialogue 2000, 1999-2000
III.557Defense Review, 2001
III.558Defense Spending, 2002
III.559Democratic Convention, 2000
III.560Digital Divide, 2001
III.561Disaster Relief, 1998-1999
III.562District Office Openings, 1997-1998
III.563Drug Currency Forfeiture Act 1998, 1998
III.564Drugs/Alcohol, 1997-1998
III.565Economy/Taxes, 2002
III.566Editorials, 2000
III.567Elderly, 1998
III.568Election, 2000
III.569Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), 1997
III.570Empowerment Zones, 1999
III.571Endangered Species, 1998
III.572Energy Assistance [LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program)], 2000
III.573Energy Water Appropriations, 2000-2002
III.574Enron, 2002
III.575Environment (General), 1999-2001
III.576Ergonomics, 2001
III.577Ethics, 1997-1998
III.578Esquire Article Reactions, 1999
III.579Europe Trip, 1998
III.580Cleland Miscellaneous Events in the State, 2001-2002
III.581Education Re-authorization, 2001
III.582Boy Scout Amendment to ESEA [Elementary and Secondary Education Act], 2001
III.583ESEA [Elementary and Secondary Education Act] Cleland School Safety Amendment, 2001
III.61Education (General), 1997-1998
III.62Education, 2001
III.63Education Savings Accounts, 1998
III.64Education Savings Accounts, 2001
III.65Higer Education, 2000
III.66HOPE Scholarships, 1997
III.67School Modernization, 1998
III.68TEACH Legislation, 2001
III.69FBI, 1997
III.610FDR Memorial, 2001
III.611F-4 Phantom Jet, 1999
III.612FAST [Flexible Aquisition Sustainment Tool], 2000
III.613Federal Election Commission (FEC), 1998
III.614Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, 2000
III.615FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency]/Disaster Funding, 2000
III.616Financial Disclosure, 1997-2001
III.617Fiscal Discipline, 2000
III.618-19Flag Desecretion, 1998-2001
III.620Forestry, 1997-2001
III.621G-8 (General), 2001
III.622Gay/Lesbian Issues, 2001
III.623Georgia Elections 1998, 1998-2000
III.624Georgia Flag, 2001
III.625Georgia Politics, 1998-2000
III.626Georgia Project/Immigrants to New Americans Act, 2000
III.627Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA), 1999-2000
III.628Georgia Visits, 2002
III.629-31G.I. Legislation, 1999-2001
III.632G.I. Bill, 2002
III.633Going for the Max!, 1999
III.634Gore/Liberman 2000, 2000
III.635Gray, Jimmy Jr., 2001
III.636Gulf War, 1997
III.637Gulfstream, 2000
III.638-41Gun Control, 1998-2001
III.642HBCUs [Historically Black Colleges and Universities], 2001
III.643Habitat for Humanity, 1999
III.644Hate Crimes, 2000-2002
III.645Health Care (General), 2001-2002
III.646Jesse Helms - Cleland Disability, undated
III.647HERO [Heroic Emergency Response Operations] Legislation, 2001
III.648Holocaust, 2000
III.649Homeland Defense, 2001
III.650Housing, 2000-2001
III.651Immigrants to New Americans/Georgia Project, 2001
III.652Border Patrol-Immigration, 1998-2000
III.653Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA), 1998
III.654Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 1998
III.655International Village, 2000
III.656Internet Privacy, 2001
III.657Interns/Pages, 1999
III.658Israel, 1997
III.659Iraq, 1998
III.660Jefferson County, 2000
III.661Jeffords, Jim, 2001
III.662Kerrey, Bob (Defense Of), 2001
III.663King, C.B. (Courthouse), 2000
III.664King, Preston, 1999
III.665-67Kosovo, 1998-2000
III.668Labor, 1997-2001
III.669Lake Lanier, 2000
III.670Land Mines, 1997
III.671Lithonia, 1997
III.672Lithonia Veterans Memorial, 1999
III.673-74Lockheed Martin, 1997-1999
III.675Lockheed Martin, C-130/F-22, 2000
III.676Lockheed Martin, F-22/C-130 J, 2001
III.677-78Long Term Care, 1999-2000
III.679Mays, Benjamin Resolution, 2001
III.680McKinney, Cynthia, 2002
III.681Mosque Visit/Chambliss Remarks, 2001
III.682Medicare, 2001
III.683Mental Health, 2001
III.684Metro Atlanta Regional Transit Authority (MARTA), 1998-2000
III.685Military/Overseas Ballots, 2000
III.686Military Appreciation, 2001
III.687Military Base Closure, 1997-1999
III.688Military Health Care, 1998
III.689Military Recruiting and Retention, 2000
III.690-92Miller, Zell, 2000-2002
III.71Minimum Wage, 1999
III.72-3Missile Defense, 2000-2001
III.74MLK [Martin Luther King, Jr.], 2002
III.75Fort Benning, 1998-2000
III.76Fort Gordon, 1998
III.77King's Bay, 1997-2001
III.78Marine Corps Logistics Base, 1998-2001
III.79Fort McPherson, 1997
III.710Moody Air Force Base, 1997
III.711Georgia National Guard, 1997-2001
III.712Naval Air Station, 2001-2002
III.713Fort Stewart, 1999
III.714Robbins Air Force Base, 1997-2001
III.715NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization], 1998
III.716National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), 1997
III.717Naval Ceremonies, 1998
III.718Nursing Issues, 2001
III.719Judgeships (General), 1997-2001
III.720Alexander, Kent, 1997
III.721Berzon, Marsha, 2000
III.722Deane, Richard, 1997
III.723Ekonomou, Andrew, 1997-1999
III.724Evans, Orinda, 1999
III.725Farm Service Agency, 1997
III.726Fowler, Wyche, 1997
III.727Griffin, Gordon, 1997
III.728Hull, Frank, 1997
III.729King, Janet, 1997
III.730Martin, Beverly, 2000
III.731Paez, Richard, 2000
III.732Pannell, Charles, 1999
III.733Richardson, Gene, 1997
III.734Story, Richard, 1997-1998
III.735Thrash, Thomas, 1997
III.736Thompson, Larry DoJ [Department of Justice], 2001
III.737Tidwell, Ernest, 1999
III.738Tusan, Gail, 1999-2000
III.739Nuclear Plant Security, 2002
III.740Okefenokee Swamp, 1998
III.741Olympics/ IOC [International Olympic Committee] Scandal, 1999
III.742Party Unity/Presidential Support, 2002
III.743Patent Issues, 2000
III.744Patients Bill of Rights, 1999
III.745Patient's Bill of Rights 2001, 2001
III.746Peanuts, 1999-2002
III.747Pearl Harbor Screening, Memorial Day, 2001
III.748Perry, Georgia Anniversary Recognition, 1999
III.749Postal Issues, 1998-2001
III.750Poultry, 2002
III.751POW [Prisoner of War]/MIA [Missing in Action], 1999
III.752Presiding Over the Senate, 2001
III.753Principi, Tony Nomination for VA [Veterans Affairs] Secretary, 2001
III.754Privacy, 2001
III.755Property Rights, 2000
III.756Puerto Rico, 1998
III.757Quadrennial Defense Review, 1997
III.758Rail/Amtrak, 2000-2001
III.759Rail, 2001
III.760Recreational Center, 1999
III.761Redistricting, 2000-2001
III.762Right to Work, undated
III.763Roadless Areas/Forests, 1999-2000
III.764Rumsfeld Confirmation Hearing - Arming Services, 2001
III.765Russell School Lunch Program, 1999
III.766Savannah (General), 1997
III.767Savannah Bomb Issue, 2000-2002
III.768Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam, 2000
III.769Savannah River Deepening, 1998-1999
III.770-71Savannah River Site, 1998-2001
III.772School of the Americas, 1998-2000
III.773Scoop Jackson's Desk, 2001
III.774Social Security, 1998-2000
III.775Southeast Whip Appointment, 1999
III.776Sleep Apnea, 1997
III.777-78Small Business, 1998-2001
III.779Smart Growth/Clean Air, 1998-2000
III.780Smart Growth/Transportation, 1999
III.781Southeastern Archives, 2001
III.782Stetson University, 1997
III.783State of the Union - Responses, 1997-2000
III.784Strong at the Broken Places, 2000
III.785Swearing in Ceremony, 1997
III.786Swift Demolition, 1999
III.787Swifty the Democratic Donkey, 2000
III.788Talmadge, Herman Death Of, 2002
III.7892-1-1 Legislation, 2000
III.790Bush Tax Plan, 2001
III.791Taxes, 1999-2000
III.792Taxes - Sales Tax Holiday, 2002
III.793Phone Excise Tax, 2001
III.794Technology, 2000
III.795Telecommunications, 2000
III.796Terrorism, 1997-2000
III.797Tobacco, 1997-1998
III.798Trade, 2002
III.799Travel/CODEL [Congressional Delegation], 1998
III.7100Transportation (General), 1997
III.7101-104Transportation, 1998-2001
III.7105Transportation (General) 2002, 2002
III.7106Unemployment, 1998
III.7107Unknown Soldier, 1998
III.7108-110Veterans Cemetery, 1998-2000
III.81Veterans Cemetery, 2001-2002
III.82Veterans Administration Funding, 1999
III.83VA [Veterans] Hospitals, 2000
III.84Veterans in Congress, 1996-1997
III.85Veterans Employment, 2000
III.86Veterans Healthcare, 1997-1998
III.87Diabled Veterans Memorial, 2000
III.88Victims' Rights, 1998
III.89Vietnam (General), 1997-2002
III.810Vietnam Veterans (General), 1996-2000
III.811Vietnam Veterans Education Center, 2001
III.812Violence in the Media, 2001
III.813Voting Reform, 2000-2001
III.814Water Rights, 1999-2000
III.815Weight Loss, 1997
III.816Web Page, 2001-2002
III.817Welfare, 1997
III.818Westerns, 2000
III.819Women of the 20th Century Act, 2000-2001
III.820Work Incentives Improvement Act, 1999
III.821Y2K, 1999
III.822Youth Program, 1997
III.823-29Daily Clips, 1998

Subseries D. Press Files, 1999-2002

Extent: 0.001 gigabytes (4200 files)
Scope and Contents note: Subseries D. Press Files includes press releases, statements, memos, and other methods that Cleland used to publish his views.
Conditions Governing Access note: This subseries contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.
ER 8[Press Releases] [digital files], 2001
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ER 28[Press Releases] [digital files], 2002
ER 29[Press Releases Satellite Feeds] [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 9[Remarks and Testimony] [digital files], 2001-2002
ER 30[Press Files] [digital files], 1997
ER 31[Press Files] [digital files], 1998
ER 32[Press Files] [digital files], 1999
ER 33[Press Files] [digital files], 2000
ER 34Actualities [digital files], 1999-2001
ER 35Archived Speeches [digital files], 1996-1998
ER 36Background [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 37Biographies [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 38Blast Fax [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 39Book Forward [digital files], 2002
ER 40Briefing [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 41Budget [digital files], 2000
ER 42Charts [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 43Clips [digital files], 1998-2002
ER 44Columns [digital files], 1997-2002
ER 45Con Call Memos [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 46Congressional Record Inserts [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 47Contacts [digital files], 2002
ER 48Ed Boards [digital files], 1997-1998
ER 49Fact Sheets [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 50Field Hearings [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 51Floor Statements [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 52Labels [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 53Letters [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 54Letters to Editor [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 55Mail and Fax Lists [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 56Marilee [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 57Memos [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 58Miller [digital files], 2000
ER 59Minority [digital files], 2000
ER 60Old Press [digital files], 1998-1999
ER 61Op-Eds [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 62Press Lists [digital files], 1997-2000
ER 63Press Web Page [digital files], 2001
ER 64PSA's [digital files], 1997-2000
ER 65Quotes [digital files], 2000-2002
ER 66Speeches [digital files], 1997-2002
ER 67Statements [digital files], 1999-2002
ER 68Tables [digital files], 1999-2000
ER 69Video Greetings [digital files], 1997-2002
ER 70Weekly Update [digital files], 1999-2002

Subseries E. Website, 1989-2002

Extent: 0.5 gigabytes (9200 files)
Scope and Content: Subseries E. Website contains files from multiple versions of Cleland's website.
Access Restrictions: This subseries contain digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.
ER 10Webpage [digital files], 1995-2002
ER 71Webpage 1 [digital files], 1998-2001
ER 72Webpage 2 [digital files], 1998-2002
ER 73Webpage 3 [digital files], 1998-2001
ER 11Senator Max Cleland - final [digital files]
Scope and Content: View an inventory of this folder online.
[pages] [digital files], 2001-2002
articles [digital files], 2002
graphics [digital files], 1999-2002
greeting [digital files], 2002
issues [digital files], 2002
press [digital files], 2001-2002
statements [digital files], 2002
Webpage [digital files]
ER 12[Constituents] [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 74[Details] [digital files], 1998-2001
ER 75[Duty List] [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 76[Home] [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 77[Issues] [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 78[Long Term] [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 79[Photographs] [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 80[Schedule] [digital files], 2001
ER 81[Staff] [digital files], 2000
ER 82Assets [digital files], 1998
ER 83Backups [digital files], 2000
ER 84Constituents [digital files], 2000
ER 85Home Files [digital files], 1999-2001
ER 86Issues [digital files], 2000
ER 87Preview [digital files], 1999-2001
ER 88Schedule [digital files], 2000-2001
ER 89Staff [digital files], 1998-2001