Richard B. Ray PapersRichard B. Ray Papers

Richard B. Ray Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Richard B. Ray Papers
Creator: Ray, Richard B.
Dates: 1972-1992
Dates: Bulk, 1983-1992
Extent: 146.0 boxes (144.75 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/172/RR
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Richard B. Ray represented the third district of Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1993. His papers document his congressional service and include constituent mail, committee and legislation files, press files, office files, and photographs.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Richard Belmont Ray, a representative of the third district of Georgia, was born in Fort Valley, Georgia in 1927. He graduated from Crawford County High School in 1944 and then joined the United States Navy, serving until 1946. After his military service, Ray farmed for a few years before becoming owner of a pest control company, which he operated until 1972.

Ray began his political career in Perry, Georgia, serving as a member of the city council from 1962 to 1964 and as mayor from 1964 to 1970. It was as mayor that he first worked with Sam Nunn by appointing him to an advisory panel on race relations, an association that would last for the rest of his career. When Nunn was elected a U.S. senator in 1972, Ray went to Washington with him to be his administrative assistant. He held this position until 1982, when Ray ran for office himself following Representative Jack Brinkley's retirement.

Ray, a Democrat, was elected to represent the third district of Georgia to the Ninety-eighth and to the four succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1983-January 3, 1993). He served on the Armed Services Committee and the Small Business Committee. Beginning with the 101st Congress, Ray was named chairman of a special Armed Services panel on environmental problems at U.S. military facilities, investigating how to dispose of toxic waste in a safe and affordable manner. Throughout his career, Nunn and Ray frequently shared similar views, especially related to defense policy. Ray's involvement in the Armed Services Committee was important for his district, where Fort Benning and Robins Air Force Base were a significant part of the local economy. Ray also benefitted his district by having a historic site established in Plains, Georgia to honor former President Jimmy Carter.

Ray was married to Barbara Elizabeth Giles and they had three children. He died in Macon, Georgia, on May 29, 1999.

Scope and Content

The Richard B. Ray Papers document Ray's service in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1993 and include constituent mail, committee and legislation files, press files, office files, photographs and audiovisual materials. Common subjects include tax reform, balancing the federal budget, defense spending, Georgia military bases, Georgia businesses, and development projects in the third district.

Organization and Arrangement

Divided into nine series: I. Constituent Services; II. Legislative Files; III. Press Relations and Media Activities; IV. Political and Personal; V. District Offices; VI. Office; VII. Photographs; VIII. Artifacts; and IX. Audiovisual Materials.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access note

Case mail has been restricted.

Preferred citation

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

Copyright Information

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff.


Related Materials

Access Points

Audiovisual.
Budget deficits--United States.
Economic development--Georgia.
Environmental policy--United States.
Iraq-Kuwait Crisis, 1990-1991.
Military bases--Georgia.
Small business--Law and legislation--United States.
Taxation--Law and legislation--United States.
United States--Congress--House--Committee on Armed Services.
United States--Congress--House.
United States--Military relations--Nicaragua.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series I: Constituent Services, 1983-1992

Extent: 33.0 boxes (33 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Divided into three subseries: A. Issue Mail; B. Community Projects; C. Recurring Projects.



Subseries A: Issue Mail, 1984-1992

Extent: 26.0 boxes (26 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries A: Issue Mail contains correspondence between Ray and his constituents about the wide variety of issues that concerned them. The subseries is arranged by index number, with samples of letters and enclosures that Ray used to respond at the end. The index number is for a correspondence management system that was not transferred to the archives and is approximately chronological.
Common topics throughout Ray's career include tax reform, proposals to reduce the federal deficit, defense spending, protecting social security and increasing benefits to people born during the "Notch Years," opposition to gun control measures, international trade laws especially as they affected the textile industry, regulations affecting small businesses such as raising minimum wage, opposition to Congressional pay raises, and support for cost of living adjustments for civil service and military retirees.Other topics were significant for a shorter period of time, including improving access to satellite television (1985), protests from the agricultural community about proposed cuts to the Cooperative Extension Service (1986), aid to the Contras of Nicaragua (1986-1988), opposition to proposed nuclear waste facilities in Lamar, Upson, and Monroe counties (1986), support for the U.S.D.A. School Nutrition Program (1986), protesting the decision by Congress to stop purchasing the F-14 "Tomcat" fighter plane manufactured by Grumman (1989), protesting an excise tax on beer (1990), concern over violence in El Salvador (1990), and the Gulf War (1990-1991).
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I.11-50-4799, 1984-1985
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I.21-164800-11199, 1985
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I.31-1411200-15499, 1985
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I.41-1615500-21099, 1986
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I.51-921100-23799, 1986
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I.61-1423800-28499, 1986
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I.71-1128500-32099, 1986
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I.81-1332100-41199, 1986-1987
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I.91-841200-43499, 1987-1988
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I.101-1043500-46799, 1988
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I.111-846800-49199, 1988-1989
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I.121-1149200-51799, 1989
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I.131-751800-53999, 1989
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I.141-854000-56399, 1989-1990
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I.151-856400-58399, 1990
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I.161-758400-59499, 1990
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I.171-559500-61226, 1990
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I.181-761227-62699, 1990
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I.191-962309-63500, 1990
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I.201-1663501-65039, 1990-1991
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I.211-765040-66849, 1991
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I.221-766850-68399, 1991
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I.231-968400-69844, 1991-1992
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I.241-569845-70960, 1992
I.24610,000 Agriculture, 1992
I.24711,000 Appropriations, 1992
I.24813,000 Banking, Finance and Urban, 1992
I.24914,000 Budget, 1992
I.241014,500 District of Columbia, 1992
I.241115,000 Education and Labor, 1992
I.241216,000 Science and Technology, 1992
I.241317,000 Foreign Affairs, 1992
I.241418,000 Government Operations, 1992
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I.25119,000 House Administration, 1992
I.25220,000 Interior and Insular, 1992
I.25321,000 Energy and Commerce, 1992
I.25422,000 Judiciary, 1992
I.25523,000 Merchant Marine and Fish, 1992
I.25624,000 Post Office and Civil Service, 1992
I.25725,000 Public Works, 1992
I.25827,500 Small Business, 1989-1991
I.25928,000 Veterans' Affairs, 1991
I.251029,000 Ways and Means, 1989-1992
I.251130,000 Miscellaneous, 1989-1992
I.2512Current Enclosures: A10136 Farm Crisis 1990 Drought, 1990
I.2513Current Enclosures: A10357 - Peanuts, ITC Import, 1991
I.2514Current Enclosures:A10900 FCIC [Federal Crop Insurance], 1990
I.2515Current Enclosures: A10950 - Wetlands, 1991
I.2516Current Enclosures: [National Defense Authorization Act], 1991
I.2517Current Enclosures: A14101 and A14102 "Balanced Federal Budget", 1990
I.2518Current Enclosures: Budget A14160 and A14161, 1990
I.2519Current Enclosures: A15370 Labor Administration Funds, 1990
I.2520Current Enclosures: A15551 Parental Leave, 1991
I.2521Current Enclosures: A17920 "Operation Desert Shield", 1991
I.2522Current Enclosures: A19300 House Bank and Restaurant, 1991
I.2523Current Enclosures: A21195 "Syndex" Regulations, 1990
I.2524Current Enclosures: A21310 Healthcare-Laboratory, 1990
I.2525Current Enclosures: A22103 - Civil Rights, 1991
I.2526Current Enclosures: A22161 ERA [Equal Rights Amendment], circa 1990
I.2527Current Enclosures: A22190 Flag Desecration, 1990
I.2528Current Enclosures: A24100 [Robins Air Force Base], 1991
I.2529Current Enclosures: A24180 [Budget Reconciliation Bill], 1990
I.2530Current Enclosures: RBR Floor Statement - History of Capitol Building, circa 1990
I.2531Current Enclosures: A25725 - Eastern Airlines, 1991
I.2532Current Enclosures: A29439 Social Security "Notch", 1987
I.2533Current Enclosures: A29804 - Fast Track, 1991
I.2534Current Enclosures: RBR Floor Statement - School Prayer, 1984
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I.261Old Enclosures and Reprints, 1984-1989
I.262Deleted Files 10,000-21,999, 1987-1991
I.263Deleted Files 22,000-31,999, 1987-1990
I.264[Deleted Files 32,500], undated
I.26512,000 Armed Services, 1991
I.266Welcome Wagon Letter, undated
I.267Lists, 1987
I.268Grants for 1988, 1988
I.269Grants, 1989
I.2610Final Questionnaire Results, 1985
I.2611[Questionnaires], undated



Subseries B: Community Projects, 1983-1992

Extent: 3.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries B: Community Projects contains files on committee meetings, events, and travel to his district organized by county. Frequent projects include airports, Highway 19, post offices, water systems, and other building and land development projects.
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I.2612[Active and Planned Projects], 1991
I.2613ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines] Meeting, 1989
I.2614District-Wide RDC [Regional Development Center] Boundaries, 1989
I.2615Thomaston Highway 19 Meeting, 1991
I.2616Albany Highway 19 Meeting, 1991
I.2617Ellaville Highway 19 Meeting, 1990
I.2618[Highway 19 Contacts], undated
I.2619Ellaville Highway 19 Meeting, 1990
I.2620[U.S. Highway 19], 1989-1990
I.2621Griffin Highway 19 Meeting, 1989-1990
I.2622District-Wide Highway 19, 1989
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I.271District-Wide Mid-South Airport Authority, 1991
I.272Project-Sumter County Highway 19, 1985
I.273District-Wide Railroad Abandonments, 1988
I.274District-Wide Reapportionment, 1989
I.275Out of District: Re-regulation Dam, 1988
I.276Out of District: Bibb County-Macon Airport, 1989
I.277Bleckley County: Middle Georgia College Steering Committee, 1990
I.278Bleckley County: Bleckley County Lake, 1986-1987
I.279Bleckley County: Highway 87 and 23, 1991
I.2710Chattahoochee County: Chattahoochee County/Columbus/Fort Benning/Mead Land Exchange, 1991
I.2711Dooly County: Unadilla Post Office, 1991
I.2712Houston County: Centerville Post Office, 1987
I.2713Houston County: Centerville Post Office, 1992
I.2714Houston County: Centerville Shopping Center, 1991
I.2715Houston County: FERC [Federal Energy Regulation Commission] Application, 1987
I.2716Houston County: Perry Post Office, 1991
I.2717Houston County: Perry HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Application, 1987-1988
I.2718Houston County: Warner Robbins Chamber Fly-in, 1989
I.2719Lamar County: ROTC Program, 1987
I.2720Macon County: Macon County Landfill, 1989
I.2721Macon County: Montezuma Housing Project, 1989
I.2722Marion County: Buena Vista Airport, 1988
I.2723Muscogee County: Columbus Airport, 1992
I.2724-30Muscogee County: Columbus Minority Business Development Center, 1986-1990
I.2731Muscogee County: Columbus Airport, 1988
I.2732Muscogee County: Columbus UDAG [Urban Development Action Grant], 1987
I.2733Muscogee County: Combined Veterans Service Center, 1989
I.2734Muscogee County: Fort Benning Motor Pool, 1986-1987
I.2735Muscogee County: Southern Bell Transfers, 1987
I.2736Muscogee County: 1990 Census, 1989
I.2737Peach County: Byron Ambulance Service, 1987
I.2738Peach County: Byron Depot, 1989
I.2739Peach County: Byron Post Office, 1991
I.2740Peach County: FVSC [Fort Valley State College] Pettigrew Fund Solicitation, 1986-1988
I.2741Peach County: Water/Sewer Problem, 1986
I.2742Pulaski County: Pulaski County Opera House and Museum, 1983
I.2743Pulaski County: Hanksville Hospital-Respiratory Therapy, 1983
I.2744Pulaski County: Hawkinsville Dredging, 1985
I.2745Schley County: Middle Flint Area Planning and Development Commission, 1983-1984
I.2746Schley County: Revenue Sharing-Frances Hunter, 1983
I.2747[Sumter County: CID (Community Improvement District)], 1991
I.2748Sumter County: Americus Federal Building, 1986-1988
I.2749Sumter County: East Americus Housing Project, 1989
I.2750Sumter County: Andersonville/Southern Natural Gas, 1989-1990
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I.281Sumter County: Plains Post Office, 1990
I.282Sumter County: Windsor Hotel UDAG [Urban Development Action Grant], 1988
I.283Sumter County: Americus School, 1983-1984
I.284Sumter County: Plains Post Office, 1985
I.285Sumter County: City of Americus, 1983
I.286Sumter County: EDA [Economic Development Administration] Grant, 1983
I.287Sumter County: Turner Enterprises, Inc., 1983
I.288Sumter County: Andersonville Historic Site, 1984
I.289Talbot County Preservation, 1991
I.2810Talbot County: City of Woodland, 1990
I.2811Taylor County: Hazardous Waste Incinerator, 1989
I.2812Troup County: LaGrange Depot, 1989
I.2813Troup County: Government Center, 1991
I.2814Troup County: LaGrange Post Office, 1991
I.2815Troup County: Hogansville Post Office, 1988
I.2816Troup County: Downtown Government Center, 1991
I.2817Troup County: LaGrange Annexation, 1989
I.2818Troup County: LaGrange Social Security Office, 1987
I.2819Troup County: Troup County Airport, 1991
I.2820Troup County: West Point Lake, 1989
I.2821Upson County: Federal Building Proposal, 1987
I.2822Upson County: Sprewell Bluff, 1987-1988
I.2823Upson County: Thomaston Airport, 1991



Subseries C: Recurring Projects, 1983-1992

Extent: 6.0 boxes (5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries C: Recurring Projects contains files on committee meetings, events, and travel to his district. The best documented projects include advisory committee meetings, aerospace meetings, Black History Month, "Fly-In" visits to the district, and the high school art competition.
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I.2824-28Academy Day, 1985-1989
I.2829-54Aerospace Meeting, 1990-1992
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I.291-8Aerospace Meeting, 1990-1992
I.299-17Agriculture Advisory Committee Meeting, 1985-1990
I.2918-21Airport Fly-Around, 1987-1991
I.2922-27Art Competition, 1989-1990
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I.301-6Art Competition, 1985-1988
I.307-47Black History Month, 1985-1992
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I.311Calendars, 1983-1985
I.312-4Christmas Party, 1988-1989
I.315-10Columbus Steeplechase, 1987-1990
I.3111County Agents Dinner, 1989
I.3112-64Fly-In, 1988-1992
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I.321-2Fly-In, 1988-1992
I.323Family Advocacy Committee, 1991
I.324Georgia Agribusiness Council, 1988
I.325-13Holiday Greeting Cards, 1983-1991
I.3214-19Pre-Holiday Receptions, 1987-1990
I.3220Presidential Inauguration, 1992
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I.331-2Presidential Inauguration, 1985
I.333-7Sheriffs Advisory Meeting, 1988-1991
I.338Sheriffs Meeting, 1989
I.339-10Small Business Symposium, 1984-1985
I.3311Talbotton Historic Preservation Project, 1990
I.3312-15VA [Veteran's Affairs] Symposium, 1984-1985
I.3316Ways and Means Health Hearing, 1985
I.3317-18Warner Robbins Chamber Trip, 1988-1990
I.3319-28Advisory Committees, 1985-1990
 

Series II: Legislative Files, 1973-1999

Extent: 40.0 boxes (39.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Divided into four subseries: A. Committee Files; B. Bill Files; C. Subject Files; D. Voting Record.



Subseries A: Committee Records, 1976-1999

Extent: 21.0 boxes (20.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The majority of Subseries A: Committee Records is related to Ray's service on the House Armed Services Committee, including the environmental restoration panel he chaired that investigated U.S. military facilities. Other committees focused on agriculture, energy and commerce, small businesses, and ways and means. The papers include reports, memos, hearings transcripts, member correspondence, marked up bills, and subject files.
Section 1: Armed Services Committee, General Files
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II.11A-10, 1983-1984
II.12Golf Courses, 1983-1984
II.13Depart. of Defense Budget/Background, 1983-1984
II.14Divorced Spouses Benefits, 1983-1984
II.15Air Force Base Realignment, 1983-1984
II.16Armed Services Committee/ General, 1983-1984
II.17B-52 Modifications, 1983-1984
II.18Binary Munitions, 1983-1984
II.19Arms Control, 1983-1984
II.110[B1B and ATB Two Bomber Program], 1983-1984
II.111Audit Reports, 1983-1984
II.112Arms Negotiations/World Disarmament, 1983-1984
II.113Civil Defense, 1983-1984
II.114Contracting Out, 1983-1984
II.115Corrosion, 1983-1984
II.116Cost Overruns, 1983-1984
II.117Diego Garcia, 1983-1984
II.118Defense-Foreign Affairs, 1983-1984
II.119Chemical Warfare, 1983-1984
II.120DOD [Department of Defense] Requests-FY 84, 1983-1984
II.121Dobbins Air Force Base, 1983-1984
II.122El Salvador, 1983-1984
II.123Foreign Affairs, 1983-1984
II.124Foreign Aid Authorization, 1983-1984
II.125Fort Benning, 1983-1984
II.126General Procurement-Nuclear, 1983-1984
II.127General Correspondence-Constituents/PR [Armed Services], 1983-1984
II.128Gulfstream, 1983-1984
II.129Independent Testing Facility, 1983-1984
II.130Jet Engine Compulsion, 1983-1984
II.131Joint Chiefs, 1983-1984
II.132Kimberly-Clark, 1983-1984
II.133King's Bay, 1983-1984
II.134KMS Fusion Labs Visit, 1983-1984
II.135Land Power Issues, 1983-1984
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II.21Lebanon, 1983-1984
II.22Military Construction, 1983-1984
II.23MX Missile Armed Services Naval Report-FY 84, 1983-1984
II.24Armed Services, 1983-1984
II.25Naval Report-FY 84, 1983-1984
II.26Nuclear Buildup/Proliferation, 1983-1984
II.27RAFB [Robins Air Force Base], 1983-1984
II.28Sale of Soft Drinks in Commissary, 1983-1984
II.29School of the Americas, 1983-1984
II.210Tacts, 1983-1984
II.211Procurement Conferences, 1983-1984
II.212Procurement Reports, 1983-1984
II.213Readiness Report, 1983-1984
II.214Real Estate, 1983-1984
II.215Research and Development-Preliminary, 1983-1984
II.216Retirement Privileges/Compensation, 1983-1984
II.217Space Station, 1983-1984
II.218DOD [Department of Defense] Silver, 1983-1984
II.219Spare Parts, 1983-1984
II.220Trident II [Missile], 1983-1984
II.221Strategy, 1983-1984
II.222[Robins Air Force Base], 1983-1984
II.223Warsaw Pact / Soviet Book, 1983-1984
II.224AFLC Trip, 1986-1987
II.225Army Field Oxygen Systems, 1986-1987
II.226Aspin's Trip to Georgia, 1986-1987
II.227Bill Kent Meeting, 1986-1987
II.228Central America Book Reception, 1986-1987
II.229Cooper Breakfast, 1986-1987
II.230Davis Bacon vs. Service Contracts, 1986-1987
II.231Defense Contractors Breakfast, 1986-1987
II.232Dobbins AFB [Air Force Base] Hearings, 1986-1987
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II.31DOD [Department of Defense] Textile Report, 1986-1987
II.32F-111 Electronics Workload Transfer, 1986-1987
II.33Fairchild Plant Closing, 1986-1987
II.34Former Spouse Project, 1986-1987
II.35Fort Benning-Job Order Contracting, 1986-1987
II.36Lawson Army Airfield, 1986-1987
II.37Fort Benning Trip, 1986-1987
II.38Fort Gordon School, 1986-1987
II.39Gulfstream C-20 Transfer, 1986-1987
II.310Industrial Aeronautics, 1986-1987
II.311Investigation of Champus, 1986-1987
II.312Kelly Environmental Problem, 1986-1987
II.313Lantor Chemical Warfare Clothing, 1986-1987
II.314Lease of Lears, 1986-1987
II.315McDonnell Douglas Plant coming to Georgia, 1986-1987
II.316Meeting with General Galvin, 1986-1987
II.317Middle Georgia Military Affairs, 1986-1987
II.318Miranda Meeting, 1986-1987
II.319Natick RDE [Research, Development and Engineering] Center, 1986-1987
II.320Pave Tagger, 1986-1987
II.321Philippines Trip, 1986-1987
II.322President Visit to Columbus, 1986-1987
II.323Procurement Reform, 1986-1987
II.324Robins Contracting, 1986-1987
II.325Robins VA Preference Problem [Veterans], 1986-1987
II.326RAFB [Robins Air Force Base] Workload Projections, 1986-1987
II.327Retiree Hearing, 1986-1987
II.328Slattery Letter, 1986-1987
II.329Special Operations Briefing at Robins, 1986-1987
II.330Sumter County Defense Lunch, 1986-1987
II.331Triad Microsystems Letter, 1986-1987
II.332Trip to Ohio, 1986-1987
II.333DOD [Department of Defense] Markup, 1988
II.334[Ray Visit HQ AFLC], 1987 November
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II.41-6DOD [Department of Defense] Conference, 1987
II.47FY 1988 DOD [Department of Defense] Bill, 1987-1988
II.48DOD [Department of Defense] Appropriations, 1987
II.49Andersonville National Historic Site, 1987-1988
II.410-13Air Base Defense, 1987-1988
II.414Arms Control, 1987-1988
II.415Hearing Summaries 100th Congress, 1987-1988
II.416Readiness Subcommittee Markup, 1988 March 24
II.417FY 1989 DOD [Department of Defense] Authorization Bill, 1987-1988
II.418DOD [Department of Defense] Budget Additions, 1990
II.419Procurement Markup, 1987-1988
II.420Grumman A-6, 1987-1988
II.421FY 1989 DOD [Department of Defense] Bill, 1987-1988
II.422Litton ALR-67, 1988
II.423HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Memos, 1987-1988
II.424HASC [House Armed Services Committee] News Releases, 1987-1988
II.425DOE Procurement Markup, 1988-1989
II.426Procurement Markup, 1987-1988
II.427DOE Markup - 2:00, 1988-1989
II.428Personnel Markup, 1987-1988
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II.51FY 1989 DOD Conference Report, 1987-1988
II.52Full Committee FY 1989 DOD Overview, 1988-1989
II.53Full Committee FY 1989 DOD overview, 1988-1989
II.54Contra Aid File, 1987-1988
II.55Cosponsor H.R. 3401, 1987-1989
II.56Group Letters, 1987-1989
II.57Constituent Correspondence, 1988
II.58Constituent Correspondence, 1987
II.59Non-Legislative Letters, 1988
II.510Correspondence, 1989
II.511RAFB [Robbins Air Force Base] Issues, 1987-1989
II.512Radio, 1987-1989
II.513Milcon, 1991
II.514Heavy Water Reactor, 1987-1989
II.515GAO Review of F-15, 1987-1989
II.516The Fairness Network, 1987-1989
II.517Eyring, 1987-1989
II.518Dependent Evacuation-NEO, 1987-1989
II.519Cost Effectiveness & Contracting Out, 1987-1989
II.520Confidence and Security Building Measures, 1987-1989
II.521Cost Per Copy, 1987-1989
II.522Barnesville Armory, 1987-1989
II.523Benning Projects, 1987-1989
II.524FAADA-Starstreak, 1987-1989
II.525Forward Air Defense, 1987-1989
II.526FAASV [Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicles], 1987-1989
II.527E-A-6B, 1987-1989
II.528Defense Support Satellite, 1987-1989
II.529Depleted Uranium Penetrators, 1987-1989
II.530Durandal File, 1987-1989
II.531DMMIS [Depot Maintenance Management Information Systems], 1987-1989
II.532C-5B, 1987-1989
II.533Airborne Early Warning, 1987-1989
II.534ATA [Advanced Tactical Aircraft], 1987-1989
II.535AT3-Lockheed, 1987-1989
II.536Air Force One, 1987-1989
II.537U.S. Soldiers and Airman Home, 1987-1989
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II.61Naval Home-Gulfport, Miss., 1987-1989
II.62Redstone Trip, 1987-1989
II.63TRADOC and FORSCOM Trip, 1987-1989
II.64Robins Trip, 1987 December
II.65Wright Patterson Speech, 1987-1989
II.66Department of Defense Authorization Bill: F-15 E Language, 1990
II.67Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Contractor Support Services, 1990
II.68Department of Defense Authorization Bill: KMS, 1990
II.69Department of Defense Authorization Bill: CH-53 E For the Marines, 1990
II.610Department of Defense Authorization Bill: AHIP, 1990
II.611Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Cost Per Copy, 1990
II.612Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Apache Helicopter, 1990
II.613Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Headquarters Duplication Study, 1990
II.614Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Georgia Guard Helicopter Add, 1990
II.615Department of Defense Authorization Bill: C-23 Sherpa, 1990
II.616Department of Defense Authorization Bill: [Amendment on Authorization Among Depots], 1990
II.617Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Environmental Permits-Military Construction, 1990
II.618Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Anti-Tank System, 1990
II.619Department of Defense Authorization Bill: ALR-67, 1990
II.620Department of Defense Authorization Bill: FY-90 C-130 Program, 1990
II.621Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Georgetown, 1990
II.622Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Hell Fire Missile, 1990
II.623Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Gulfstream C-20 Medium Airlift, 1990
II.624Department of Defense Authorization Bill: KC-135 Re-engining, 1990
II.625Department of Defense Authorization Bill: KC-135 R, 1990
II.626Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Engine Model Derivative Program, 1990
II.627Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Davis Bacon, 1990
II.628Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Rocky Mountain Amendment, 1990
II.629Department of Defense Authorization Bill: F-15 Multi-Stage, 1990
II.630Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Hell Fire, 1990
II.631Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Eyring Antenna, 1990
II.632Department of Defense Authorization Bill: Torrejon Amendment, 1990
II.633Department of Defense Authorization Bill: MSE [Mobile Subscriber Equipment], 1990
II.634Department of Defense Authorization Bill: General Budget Requests, 1990
II.635HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Pacific Basin Trip, 1987-1989
II.636Daily Summaries, 1987-1989
II.637Speeches, 1987-1989
II.638Dellums Letter, 1987-1989
II.639Non-legislative Letters, 1987
II.640Department of Defense Authorization Bill, 1990
II.641Aerospace Advisory Committee, 1987-1989
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II.71Charter Medical, 1989
II.72Department of Defense Changes to Champus Psych Regulations, 1989
II.73Department of Defense Cost Per Copy, 1989
II.74Crotone, 1989
II.75Chemical Weapons, 1986
II.76Chemical Weapons, 1986
II.77Civilian End Strengths, 1986
II.78Civilian Technicians, 1989
II.79Civilian Technicians, 1989
II.710Armed Services National Guard, 1989
II.711Champus Reform Initiative, 1989
II.712Champus Investigation, 1989
II.713Citizens Corp, 1989
II.714Comptrollers Speech, 1989
II.715Combat - Talon Reprogramming, 1989
II.716Conference, 1989
II.717Conference, 1989
II.718AFLC, 1989
II.719ABD: Civilian Evacuation, 1989
II.720ABD: SPETZNAZ, 1989
II.721ABM Treaty, 1989
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II.81Americus Chamber Visit, 1988
II.82Albany Marine Corps Base, 1989
II.83Defense Bill, 1990
II.84Bomb Report for Marion City, 1989
II.85B-1-B Fix, 1989
II.861990 Defense Budget, 1990
II.871989 Defense Budget, 1988
II.88Benning Commissary-Contracting Out, 1989
II.89Beryllium, 1989
II.810Biographies, 1989
II.811Benning Prescriptions, 1989
II.812Benning Payroll Inquiry, 1989
II.813Browder Benning Trip, 1989
II.814Byron Childcare Bill, 1989
II.815Caribbean Basin Initiative, 1989
II.816Carter Hearing, 1989
II.817Contra Aid, 1989
II.818Contra Aid, 1989
II.819Contra Aid, 1988 June-December
II.820Contra Aid, 1989
II.821Chemical Warfare Gear, 1989
II.822Armed Services-Child Support Problems, 1989
II.823HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Chairman Race, 1989
II.824Cason Callaway Case, 1989
II.825Chamber Fly-In, 1989
II.826Nuclear Waste, 1989
II.827Gulfstream/FAA Plane, 1989
II.828GAO Study on Santa Barbara, 1989
II.829Georgetown Reserve School, 1989
II.830Georgia Tech, 1989
II.831Georgia Military, 1989
II.832Montgomery GI Bill, 1989
II.833Georgia Defense Trip, 1989
II.834Highway 19 Letters, 1989
II.835Highway Overpass at Benning, 1989
II.836JCS Reorganization, 1989
II.837Kane Paper Company Case, 1989
II.838Russell King Case, 1989
II.839Law Enforcement Meeting, 1989
II.840Law Enforcement Meeting, 1989
II.841Latin Depot Funding, 1989
II.842Lancaster Audit Bill, 1989
II.843Leo Lyons Hearing, 1989
II.844LMS-Dayton Requirement, 1989
II.845Logistics, 1989
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II.91Fort Benning LID [Light Infantry Division], 1989
II.92LID [Light Infantry Division], 1989
II.93LID [Light Infantry Division]-June Hearings, 1989
II.94Light Infantry Division Ceremony, 1987 October
II.95Letters Received, 1989
II.96Letters Sent, 1989
II.97Letter to Mr. Mac, 1989
II.98LMS [Logistics Management System] Air Force, 1989
II.99LMS [Logistics Management System] Funding, 1989
II.910Leather Flying Jackets, 1989
II.911Marion City Bombing, 1989
II.912Moody AFB [Air Force Base], 1989
II.913Moody AFB [Air Force Base], 1989
II.914Mercer University I, 1987-1988
II.915Mercer University II, 1988
II.916Milcon 1990, 1989
II.917MWR [Morale, Welfare and Recreation] Transportation, 1989
II.918MC130H Reprogramming, 1989
II.919Military Construction-School of the Americas, 1989
II.920Macon Airport Project, 1989
II.921MWR [Morale, Welfare and Recreation] Transportation Shortfall, 1989
II.922Milcon Trip, 1989
II.923Middle GA [Georgia] Education Problem, 1989
II.924Metter Armory, 1989
II.925Meeting With General Welch, 1989
II.926Matsushita/Kodak Plant, 1989
II.927Memos, 1989
II.928[Morale, Welfare and Recreation Activities], 1987
II.929MWR [Morale, Welfare and Recreation] Funding, 1989
II.930Conference - Department of Defense Bill, 1989
II.931Defense Mapping School Agency, 1989
II.932National Guard - Drugs, 1989
II.933Dixon Bill - HR 4128, 1989
II.934Documentary, 1989
II.935Depot Competition Amendment, 1989
II.936DOD [Department of Defense] Overseas Funding, 1989
II.937Deleted Trac 1987, 1989
II.938DEH [Directorate of Engineering and Housing] Contract, 1989
II.939DLA [Defense Logistics Agency] Trip, 1989
II.940[Edwards Air Force Base Visit], 1989
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II.101[Itinerary for 1990 Skelton Europe Trip], 1990
II.102Europe Trip-Skelton Trip 1990, 1990
II.103Europe Trip, 1989
II.104End Strengths, 1989
II.105Economic Aid to Central America, 1989
II.106FXS, 1989
II.107Former Spouse Legislation, 1989
II.108Fort Benning-Commercial Activities, 1989
II.109FXS - F-16 Sale to Japan, 1989
II.1010F-15 Workload Transfer II, 1989
II.1011Former Spouses Issues, 1989
II.1012F-15 Workload Transfer, 1989
II.1013Follow on Forces Attack, 1989
II.1014F-18 Sale to Kuwait, 1989
II.1015Forgotten Widows, 1989
II.1016Five Star Electronics, 1989
II.1017Benning 1990 Milcon, 1989
II.1018Storage Lockers for Benning, 1989
II.1019Benning - Portable Storage Units, 1989
II.1020Fort Benning Milcon, 1989
II.1021Benning Milcon, 1989
II.1022Benning - R.I.F.S. [Reduction in Forces], 1989
II.1023Catchment - Benning, 1989
II.1024Trip to Benning, 1989
II.1025Milcon - Ranger Battalion at Fort Benning, 1989
II.1026Milcon - Cuartels at Fort Benning, 1989
II.1027Milcon - Starships at Fort Benning, 1989
II.1028Milcon - Fort Benning, 1989
II.1029Robins 1990 Milcon, 1989
II.1030Robins Museum, 1989
II.1031Robins Turkey Connection, 1989
II.1032Robins Air Force Base, 1988-1989
II.1033Robins Advisory Committee, 1989
II.1034Robins Healthcare, 1989
II.1035Robins Museum, 1989
II.1036Robins Spare Parts Problems, 1989
II.1037Robins Trip, 1989
II.1038Robins Milcon, 1989
II.1039RAFB Restaurant, 1989
II.1040Robins Nonconforming Parts, 1989
II.1041Robins Furloughs, 1989
II.1042Spare Parts Issues, 1989
II.1043Gene Stucky Case, 1989
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II.111Section Six Schools, 1989
II.112SAC, 1989
II.113School of the Americas, 1986
II.114Kevin Smith Case, 1989
II.115Section Six Schools, 1986-1989
II.116School of the Americas, 1986-1989
II.117Scottsman Manufacturers, 1989
II.118Santa Barbara GAO Investigation, 1989
II.119Sandia Labs Trip, 1989
II.1110SDI [Strategic Defense Initiative], 1989
II.1111Selective Service-Draft and Registration, 1989
II.1112South Georgia Tech Americus, 1989
II.1113Small Business Subcommittee Hearing, 1989
II.1114Speeches, 1989
II.1115Sprint Trip, 1989
II.1116State Defense Forces, 1989
II.1117Shipbuilders Council, 1989
II.1118[Visit of the Supreme Soviet Defense and State Security Committee], 1990
II.1119ALC [Air Logistics Center] Trip, 1989
II.1120Tourist Passports for Military Dependents, 1989
II.1121Trip to Eglin, 1989
II.1122Technology Forum-Young Defense Contractors, 1989
II.1123Fort Bliss Trip, 1989
II.1124Trip to Europe, 1989
II.1125Trip Reports, 1989
II.1126Trip to Robins, 1989
II.1127Triad Microsystems, 1989
II.1128Europe Trip, 1989
II.1129RBR's January Trip, 1989
II.1130Trip to Fort McPherson, 1989
II.1131Trip to Eglin, 1989
II.1132Committee Trips:1986 Travel, 1986
II.1133Committee Trips: Dobbins Airfield, 1989
II.1134Technology Transfer-Sanctions, 1989
II.1135Test Ban Treaty, 1989
II.1136Trip to Wright Patterson, 1989
II.1137Vandershatt Study, 1989
II.1138VA Clinic for LaGrange [Veterans], 1989
II.1139Women in Aviation, 1989
II.1140War Powers, 1989
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II.121Weapons Systems Support Center, 1989
II.122West Point, 1989
II.123West Point Lake, 1989
II.124West Point Pepperell, 1989
II.125Women in Combat, 1989
II.126W.R. [Warner Robins] Chamber Fly-In, 1989
II.127AC-130U Gunship Replacement, 1989
II.128ACMl, 1989
II.129Aquila, 1989
II.1210MPIM [Multi-purpose Individual Munition]-Talley Defense, 1989
II.1211M88A2, 1989
II.1212T-46, 1989
II.1213Fairchild T-46 Trainer, 1989
II.1214T-DAR [Tactical Defense Alert Radar], 1989
II.1215Seek Spinner-Boeing, 1989
II.1216Singcars, 1989
II.1217RTM322 Engine, 1989
II.1218Navstar Global Positioning System, 1989
II.1219National Aerospace Plane, 1989
II.1220Mohawk, 1989
II.1221Mars/Farr Radar, 1989
II.1222LLLGB Penetrator [Laser Guided Penetrator Bomb], 1989
II.1223LCU Army, 1989
II.1224NATO Trip, 1991
II.1225NAVCOM Case, 1990
II.1226NATO Coal, 1990
II.1227Night Vision Goggles, 1990
II.1228Northrop IMU's [Inertial Measurement Unit], 1990
II.1229Oliver North, 1990
II.1230Nehemiah Collins, 1990
II.1231-32Overhead of Defense, 1990
II.1233Office Reorganization, 1990
II.1234On-Call Program, 1990
II.1235Pan Am Case, 1990
II.1236Physicians Group Incorporated Case, 1990
II.1237Parts WR [Warner Robins], 1990
II.1238Persian Oil Policy, 1990
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II.131-3Procurement Reform, 1990
II.134Procurement Reform: Air Force Competition Advocacy, 1990
II.135Primus Care Center, 1990
II.136Persian Gulf, 1990
II.137Pakistan (AWACS ) [Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs Hearings], 1990
II.138Philippines, 1990
II.139Pre Legislative Forum, 1990
II.1310Psychological Operations, 1990
II.1311Ranger Camp Trip, 1990
II.1312RMK Steel, 1990
II.1313RBR's [Richard Ray] Surgery, 1990
II.1314RC Cola, 1990
II.1315Reprogramming, 1990
II.1316Reserve Retirement, 1990
II.1317Ramboat, 1990
II.1318Real Property Maintenance, 1990
II.1319HASC [House Armed Services Committee]-Pacific Basin Trip, 1984
II.1320Aerospace Meeting, 1989
II.1321Aerospace List Clean-up, 1987
II.1322-24HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Arms Control, 1983-1984
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II.141HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Air Base Defense, 1984
II.142Satellite Scrambling - H.R. 1885, 1988
Section 2: Armed Services Committee, Environmental Restoration Panel
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II.143[Full Committee Environmental Panel], 1988
II.144-7[Medical Waste - H.R. 3515], 1987-1988
II.148CERCLA [Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act], 1986
II.149De Minimus Settlement, 1987-1988
II.1410RCRA [Resource Conversation and Recovery Act], 1986
II.1411West Coast Environmental Trip, 1988 August
II.1412Environmental Symposium Speech, 1988
II.1413[Environmental Reports], 1988-1989
II.1414Environmental Files, 1980-1990
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II.151Environmental Panel, 1987-1988
II.152Environmental Panel: Environmental Bills, 1987-1988
II.153Environmental Panel: Lagomarsino Letter, 1987-1988
II.154Environmental Panel, 1987-1988
II.155HR 1056 [Amendment to the Solid Waste Disposal Act], 1988-1989
II.156HR 1056 Mailing, 1988-1989
II.157HR 1056 Cindy's Point Paper, 1988-1989
II.158HR 1056: Statement, 1988-1989
II.159HR 1056: Amendment to the Statement, 1988-1989
II.1510HR 1056: 7/18 Special Order, 1988-1989
II.1511HR 1056: Hansen Dear Colleague, 1988-1989
II.1512HR 1056: Point Paper, 1988-1989
II.1513HR 1056: 1 Minute DESMOA [Department of Defense and State Memorandum of Agreement], 1988-1989
II.1514HR1056: Amendment, 1988-1989
II.1515HR 1056: Aspin Dear Colleague, 1988-1989
II.1516Environmental Hearing Summaries, 1989 May 17
II.1517Base Closure, 1989 May 17
II.1518GOCO [Government Owned, Contractor Operated] Hearing, 1989 May 2
II.1519Ray Legislation, 1989 April 25
II.1520Clean Water Act, 1989 April 26
II.1521Base Closure, 1989 April 19
II.1522Dera Account, 1989 April 11
II.1523Dera Funding, 1989 April 11
II.1524Environmental Hearing - Overview, 1989 March 15
II.1525Sovereign Immunity Environmental Panel Hearing, 1989 April 5
II.1526Panel - HR 1056, 1989 April 5
II.1527Hazardous Waste Minimization Hearing, 1988
II.1528September 1988 Panel Hearings, 1988
II.1529Environmental Panel- RCRA [Resource Conversation and Recovery Act]/CERCLA [Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act] Review, 1988 September 27
II.1530Environmental Panel- Waste Minimization - Land Transfers, 1988 October 5
II.1531Sites and Trips: Panel Staff Trip, 1989 March 16
II.1532Sites and Trips: Norfolk Trip, 1989 July 27
II.1533Sites and Trips: West Coast Environmental Trip, 1989
II.1534Sites and Trips: Aberdeen Indictments, 1988
II.1535Sites and Trips: Aberdeen, 1988
II.1536Sites and Trips: Alameda, 1989
II.1537Sites and Trips: Sub Base Bangor, 1989
II.1538Sites and Trips: Bay Area, 1987-1988
II.1539Sites and Trips: Charleston, 1987-1988
II.1540Sites and Trips: Environmental - Hamilton AFB [Air Force Base], 1989
II.1541Sites and Trips: Hughes Plant 44 - Air Force, 1989
II.1542Sites and Trips: Norton AFB [Air Force Base], 1989
II.1543Sites and Trips: Pensacola, 1988
II.1544Sites and Trips: Rocky Mountain Environmental, 1988
II.1545Sites and Trips: Rocky Mountain Arsenal, 1989
II.1546Sites and Trips: Rocky Flats Environmental Problem, 1989
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II.161Sites and Trips: Robins Environment, 1989-1990
II.162Sites and Trips: Savannah River Plant, 1989 May 26
II.163Sites and Trips: Tyndall ·, 1988
II.164[California Environmental Legislative Summary], 1999
II.165[Robins Installation Restoration Program-Status Update], 1989 October 27
II.167HR 1056: Griffin Bell Letter, 1989
II.168HR 1056: Cheney Letter, 1989
II.169HR 1056: Leonard Ledbetter Letter, 1989
II.1610HR 1056: Amendment Point Paper, 1989
II.1611HR 1056 Info, 1989
II.1612HR 1056 Dear Colleague with Hansen, 1989
II.1613HR 1056 Dear Colleague with Aspin, 1989
II.1614HR 1056 Floor Statement, 1989
II.1615HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Letter on HR 1056, 1989
II.1616HR 1056: Stuff RBR Wrote, 1989
II.1617[HR 1056 - Dear Colleague], 1989
II.1618[HR 1056 - General], 1989
II.1619Floor Environmental Amendment, 1989
II.1620HR 2123 Asbestos, 1989
II.1621HR 500 [Recycling Research and Development Act], 1989
II.1622RBR's Legislation, 1989
II.1623HR 1095 OSHA [Occupational Health and Safety Administration], 1989
II.1624HR 3785 [Federal Facilities Compliance Act of 1988], 1988
II.1625HR 3515 [Handling and Disposal of Medical Waste], 1988
II.1626HR 3030 Clean Air, 1989
II.162790 Auth Amendment, 1989
II.1628Schroeder Amendment, 1989
II.1629HR 2597 - Wyden, 1989
II.1630Kanjorski Amendment, 1989
II.1631Georgia Defense Environmental Problems, 1989
II.1632Ledbetter/Tidwell Visit, 1988-1989
II.1633Woodpecker at Benning, 1989
II.1634Glass Recycling, 1989
II.1635Albany Marine Corps Environmental Problem, 1989
II.1636Ledbetter Standards Letter, 1989
II.1637Robins Environmental [Problems], 1987-1989
II.1638Ledbetter Letter, 1988-1989
II.1639Georgia Environment - Non Defense, 1989
II.1640Fort Benning Environmental, 1989
II.16411989 Panel Information [Environmental], 1989
II.1642Rocky Flats [Nuclear Investigation], 1989
II.1643Clean Air, 1989
II.1644Recycling, 1989
II.1645Environmental Press Clips, 1989
II.1646Environmental Budget, 1989
II.1647DESMOA [Defense and State Memorandum of Agreement], 1989
II.1648CFCs [Chlorofluorocarbons], 1989
II.1649General Environment, 1989
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II.171Hazardous Waste Minimization, 1988
II.172[FY 1990 Defense Bill - Environmental Issues], 1989
II.173Hearings: Clear Air [Compliance with the Clean Air Act], 1990 March 6
II.174Hearings: DERA Account with Readiness Subcommittee [Defense Environmental Restoration Program], 1990 March 14
II.175Hearings: DLA's [Defense Logistics Agency] Handling of Hazardous Waste, 1990 April 4
II.176Hearings: Waste Minimization, 1991 March 21
II.177Hearings: Overseas [Department of Defense Environmental Act], 1990 August 21
II.178Hearings: Overseas [Testimony on Overseas Environmental Activities], 1991 April 17
II.179Hearings: Defense Budget Request, 1991 April 23
II.1710Hearings: Contractor Issues, 1991 April 24
II.1711Hearings: Joint with DOE [Department of Energy] on Federal Facilities, 1991 June 6
II.1712Hearings: Contractor Liability and Indemnification, 1992 March 10
II.1713Hearings: 1993 Environmental Budget Request, 1992 May 5
II.1714Hearings: Joint with Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee On Base Closure Legislation, 1992 April 30
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II.166HR 1056: Floor Debate, 1989
Section 3: House Committee Files
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II.1715-16Congressional Ratings 99th Congress, 1986
II.1717Aging [Subcommittee on Aging-General], 1985
II.1718Agriculture-General, 1984-1987
II.1719Agriculture-4/27/85 Advisory Committee Meeting, 1985
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II.181Agriculture-1/11/86 Advisory Committee Meeting, 1986
II.182Agriculture-Trade, 1984-1986
II.183Agriculture-Cargo Preference Legislation, 1985
II.184Agriculture-Cattle, 1986
II.185Agriculture-Circuit Rider Program, 1983-1985
II.186Agriculture - Conservation Reserve Program, 1986
II.187Agriculture-Cotton, 1986
II.188Agriculture-Dairy, 1983-1985
II.189Agriculture-Drought Relief, 1986
II.1810Agriculture-Extension Service, 1985-1986
II.1811Agriculture-Family Farmer Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, 1986
II.1812Agriculture-Farm Bill, 1985-1986
II.1813Agriculture-Farm Credit, 1984-1986
II.1814Agriculture-Federal Crop Insurance, 1986
II.1815Agriculture-FIFRA [Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act] Legislation, 1985-1987
II.1816Agriculture-Gold Kist Briefing, 1984
II.1817Agriculture - Lumber, 1985
II.1818Agriculture-Masstock International, 1986
II.1819Agriculture-Mattingly Disaster Amendment, undated
II.1820Agriculture-Peaches, 1983-1986
II.1821Agriculture-Peanuts, 1983-1986
II.1822Agriculture-Poultry, 1983-1984
II.1823Agriculture-Rural Electrification, 1983-1986
II.1824Agriculture-Soybeans, 1984-1986
II.1825Appropriations-DOE [Department of Energy] Minority Impact Budget, 1985
II.1826Armed Services-Army Field Rations, 1984-1985
II.1827Armed Services-DOD [Department of Defense] Timber Harvesting, 1984-1985
II.1828Armed Services-Defense Environmental Policy Panel, 1986
II.1829Armed Services - Federal Emergency Management Agency [FEMA], 1985
II.1830Armed Services-Posse Comitatas, 1986
II.1831Armed Services-Robinson Amendment - Beer, 1985-1986
II.1832Foreign Affairs, 1984-1986
II.1833Foreign Affairs-Soviet Christian Adoption, 1985-1987
II.1834Armed Services-Textile Amendment DOD [Department of Defense] Bill, undated
II.1835Armed Services, 1983-1986
II.1836Banking, 1983-1986
II.1837Banking-HR 20 Nonbank Bank Bill, 1985-1986
II.1838Banking-Housing, 1985
II.1839Banking-UDAG [Urban Development Actions Grants] Reform, 1986
II.1840Budget, 1984-1987
II.1841Budget Breach, 1984
II.1842Budget-CBDG [Community Development Block Grant] Letter, 1985-1986
II.1843Gramm Rudman [Budget], 1985-1986
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II.191Library of Congress/Gramm Rudman Effects [Budget], 1986
II.192Education and Labor, 1984-1986
II.193Labor History [Education and Labor], 1976-1983
II.194Education and Labor-American Defense Education Act, 1983-1984
II.195Education and Labor-Minority Issues, 1984-1986
II.196Education and Labor-Plant Closings, 1985
II.197Energy and Commerce, 1983-1988
II.198Energy and Commerce-Cyclamates, 1983
II.199Energy and Commerce-FERC [Federal Energy Regulatory Commission] Order 436, 1985-1986
II.1910Energy and Commerce-Health, 1982-1984
II.1911Energy and Commerce-ICC [Interstate Commerce Commission] Boxcar Deregulation, 1983
II.1912Home Health-Health, 1985-1986
II.1913Energy and Commerce-Natural Gas Policy Act, 1983-1984
II.1914Energy and Commerce-Pest Control Concerns, 1984
II.1915Energy and Commerce-Telecommunications and Small Business, 1984
II.1916Energy and Commerce-Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute, 1983-1986
II.1917Judiciary, 1983-1986
II.1918Ways and Means - Textiles, 1984-1986
II.1919Judiciary-Columbus Women's Alliance, 1984-1987
II.1920Judiciary-Regulatory Procedures Act, 1983
II.1921Judiciary-Volkmer-McClure, 1985
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II.201Judiciary-Women's Issues, 1984-1987
II.202Merchant Marine and Fisheries, 1985-1986
II.203Post Office and Civil Service, 1984-1986
II.204Post Office and Civil Service-Catch 62, 1983-1984
II.205Post Office and Civil Service-Congressional Pay, 1983-1986
II.206Post Office and Civil Service-Family Reunion Month 34 & 35, 1983-1984
II.207Post Office and Civil Service-King Holiday, 1983-1984
II.208Post Office and Civil Service-Postal Issues, 1985
II.209Public Works and Transportation, 1983-1987
II.2010Railroad [Public Works and Transportation], 1984-1985
II.2011Public Works and Transportation-Federal Highway Administration, 1983-1986
II.2012Rules, 1984-1985
II.2013Science and Technology, 1984-1986
II.2014Ways and Means-Trade, 1985
II.2015Ways and Means-Textile Packets, undated
II.2016Small Business-General, 1983-1986
II.2017Small Business-Bilirakis Hearing in Florida, 1983-1984
II.2018Small Business-Family Farm Hearings, 1985
II.2019Small Business-SBA [Small Business Association] Pollution Control Loan Program, 1984
II.2020Small Business-Subsistence Procurement, 1983
II.2021Small Business-Thomaston Forum, 1985
II.2022Small Business-Weber Hearing, 1986
II.2023Small Business-White House Conference on Small Business, 1985-1986
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II.211HR 2440 3rd Infantry Division Memorial, 1985-1988
II.212Cosponsors for HR 2440 (Third Infantry Division Monument), 1985
II.213Veterans Affairs, 1984-1987
II.214Veterans Affairs-Educational Assistance Program, 1984-1985
II.215Ways and Means, 1984-1986
II.216Ways and Means-Bonds, 1986
II.217Ways and Means-COLAs [Cost of Living Adjustments], 1985-1986
II.218Ways and Means-Congressional Textile Caucus, 1985
II.219Ways and Means-Health Hearing Testimony, 1984-1985
II.2110Ways and Means-James Roosevelt, 1986
II.2111Ways and Means-Medicaid Penalty, 1984-1986
II.2112Ways and Means-Seller Financing, 1984
II.2113Ways and Means-Social Security and Medicare, 1983-1986
II.2114Ways and Means-Social Security Notch, 1983-1986
II.2115Ways and Means-Tax, 1985-1986



Subseries B: Bill Files, 1983-1992

Extent: 4.0 boxes (2.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries B: Bill Files contains copies of bills that Ray sponsored or cosponsored, including some related correspondence, notes and research, as well as open letters to colleagues about upcoming legislation. Approximately half of the bills relate to commemorative days, weeks, or months. Other common subjects include business and labor, the federal budget, international affairs, the military, and tax reform.
Section 1: Cosponsored Bills
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II.211699th Congress, 1985-1986
II.2117HR 3 [Balanced Budget], 1985
II.2118HR 11 [One Half of the Amount paid by a Self-Employed Taxpayer for health Insurance Premiums to Be Allowed as a Business Deduction], 1985
II.2119HR 52 [Interstate Banking], 1985
II.2120HR 347 [Amend Laws to Eliminate Gender-Based Distinctions], 1985
II.2121HR 359 [Modify Terminology Relating to Handicapped Children in the Social Security Act], 1985
II.2122HR 472 [To Amend the Davis Bacon Act and Related Statutes in Order to Provide New Job opportunities, Effect Significant Cost-Savings on Federal Construction Contracts, Promote Small Business Participation in Federal Contracting; To Reduce Unnecessary Pape, 1985-1986
II.2123HR 479 [To Establish a Commission to Advise the President on Proposals for National Observances], 1985
II.2124HR 600 [To Repeal the Contemporaneous Recordkeeping Requirement and Certain Other Recently Enacted Provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954], 1985
II.2125HR 945 [To Protect the Rights of Firearms Owners], 1985-1986
II.2126HR 1219 [Incentives for Worker Training; National Job Bank], 1985
II.2127HR 1267 [consent of Congress to the Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact], 1985
II.2128HR 1283 [To Amend the Highway Improvement Act of 1982 to Provide Additional funds for the Completion of Certain Primary Projects], 1985
II.2129HR 1460 [To Express the Opposition of the United States to the System of Apartheid in South Africa], 1985
II.2130HR 1562 [to Achieve the Objectives of the Multi-Fiber Arrangement and to Promote the Economic Recovery of the United States Textile and Apparel Industry and Its Workers], 1985
II.2131HR 1771 [To Direct the Secretary of the Army to Develop a Comprehensive Plan for the cleanup of Contaminated Sites, Structures, Equipment, and Natural resources at or Near the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Near Denver, Colorado], 1985
II.2132HR 1911 [Spousal Individual Retirement Accounts], 1985
II.2133HR 1913 [Rewards to Individuals Providing Information Leading to the Arrest and Conviction of Persons Guilty of Killing or Kidnapping a Federal Drug Law Enforcement Agent], 1985
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II.221HR 2038 [Ariel Rios Memorial Federal Building], 1985
II.222HR 2451 [To Amend Title VII of the Tariff Act of 1930 in Order to Apply Countervailing Duties with Respect to Resource Input Subsidies], 1985
II.223HR 2578 [Striking of Medals to Commemorate the Young Astronaut Program], 1985
II.224HR 2591 [To Award Special Congressional Gold Medals to Jan Scruggs, Robert Doubek, and Jack Wheeler], 1985
II.225HR 3006 [to Correct Inequities by Providing Federal Civil Service Credit in the Case of Certain Individuals Who Performed Service as National Guard Technicians Before January 1, 1969], 1985
II.226HR 3024 [To Recognize the National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs, Incorporated, 1985
II.227HR 3167 [National Fish Hatchery System Act], 1985
II.228HR 3369 [To Prohibit the Employment of Soviet Nationals at United States Diplomatic and consular Missions in the Soviet Union], 1985
II.229HR 3473 [Federal-Aid Highway Reform Act of 1985], 1985
II.2210HR 3484 [Corporation for Small Business Investment Charter Act], 1985-1986
II.2211HR 3508 [Federal Government Easy Access Act], 1985
II.2212HR 3520 [Balanced Budget], 1985
II.2213HR 3521 [To Prohibit the Conveyance of the Right to Perform Publicly Syndicated Television Programs without Conveying the Right to Perform Accompanying Music], 1985-1986
II.2214HR 3570 [Judicial Improvements Act of 1985], 1985
II.2215HR 3600 [To Limit the Number of Soviet Nationals Serving at the Soviet Mission to the United Nations], 1985
II.2216HR 3799 [Campaign Finance Reform Act of 1985], 1985
II.2217HR 4141 [To Provide that the Provisions of HR 3838 or any Similar Tax Reform Legislation Shall Not Take Effect before January 1, 1987], 1986
II.2218HR 4142 [General Aviation Tort Reform Act of 1986], 1986
II.2219HR 4260 [To Provide the Small Business Administration Continuing Authority to Administer a Program for Small Innovative Firms], 1986
II.2220HR 4295 [To Amend Part C of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 to Exempt from reduction Under Sequestration Orders Issued Under this Part the Pay of Federal Blue-Collar Employees], 1986
II.2221HR 4299 [To Provide That Any Requirement to Substantiate a Deduction under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 for Business Use of a Vehicle be Based on the Regulations in Effect before the Tax Reform Act of 1984], 1986
II.2222HR 4357 [To Provide That the Internal Revenue Service May Not before July 1, 1987, Enforce Its Regulations Relating to Substantiation Requirements for the Deductions Attributable to the Business Use of Vehicles], 1986
II.2223HR 4664 [Nuclear Waste Policy Reform Amendments Act of 1986], 1986
II.2224HR 4668 [Nuclear Waste Policy Act amendments of 1986], 1986
II.2225HR 4683 [Processed Products Inspection Improvement Act of 1986], 1986
II.2226HR 4831 [To Provide for Antitrust Violators to be Subject to Individual Responsibility for Treble the Amount of Damages Attributable to Their Violations, and to Assure Fairness in the Allocation and Award of Antitrust Damages], 1986
II.2227HR 4876 [To Amend Section 9528 of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 to Hold States Harmless, During Fiscal Year 1987, Against a Decrease in Payment Rates under the Medicaid Program Resulting From Enactment of That Section], 1986
II.2228HR 4884 [To Amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with Respect to the Treatment of Certain Air Transportation], 1986
II.2229HR 5109 [National Special Operations Agency Act], 1986
II.2230HR 5258 [To Amend Section 569 of Title 28, United States Code, with Respect to the Duties of United States Marshals], 1986
II.2231HR 5288 [To Provide Emergency Assistance to Farmers and Ranchers Adversely Affected by This Year's Drought and Excessively Hot Weather], 1986
II.2232HR 5477 [White House Conference on Small Business Act], 1986
II.2233HR 5497 [Farm Credit System Borrower Interest Rate Relief Act of 1986], 1986
II.2234HR 5600 [To Correct an Inequity in the Omnibus Tax Reform Legislation which Harms Federal Retirees], 1986
II.2235HJ RES 20 [National Women Veterans Recognition Week], 1985
II.2236HJ RES 21 [National Black History Month], 1985
II.2237HJ RES 25 [National Theatre Week], 1985
II.2238HJ RES 27 [Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Federal Budget Procedures], 1985
II.2239HJ RES 33 [National Child Safety Week], 1985
II.2240HJ RES 50 [Women's History Week], 1985
II.2241HJ RES 74 [National Independent Retail Grocer Week], 1985
II.2242HJ RES 76 [Mule Appreciation Day], 1985
II.2243HJ RES 79 [National Children's Week], 1985
II.2244HJ RES 123 [National Organ Donation Awareness Week], 1985
II.2245HJ RES 127 [American Liver Foundation National Liver Awareness Month], 1985
II.2246HJ RES 131 [National Safety in the Workplace Week], 1985
II.2247HJ RES 137 [National Agriculture Day], 1985
II.2248HJ RES 146 [Senior Center Week], 1985
II.2249HJ RES 159 [Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America], 1985
II.2250HJ RES 164 [Freedom of the Press Day], 1985
II.2251HJ RES 169 [Better Hearing and Speech Month], 1985
II.2252HJ RES 170 [National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week], 1985
II.2253HJ RES 182 [National Physical Fitness and Sports Month], 1985
II.2254HJ RES 205 [National POW/MIA (Prisoner of War, Missing in Action) Recognition Day], 1985
II.2255HJ RES 220 [To Recognize the Vital Role Played by Members of the National Guard and Reserve in the National Defense], 1985-1986
II.2256HJ RES 221 [National Make-A-Wish Month], 1985
II.2257HJ RES 233 [National Margaret Mitchell Day], 1985
II.2258HJ RES 250 [National Bowhunter's Week], 1985
II.2259HJ RES 259 [National Mark Twain Day], 1985
II.2260HJ RES 285 [Handicapped Awareness Week], 1985
II.2261HJ RES 289 [Railroad Retirement Day], 1985
II.2262HJ RES 295 [National Atomic Veterans Day], 1985
II.2263HJ RES 296 [National Tourism Week], 1985
II.2264HJ RES 308 [Benign Essential Blepharospasm Awareness Week], 1985
II.2265HJ RES 313 [The Lessons of Grenada Week], 1985
II.2266HJ RES 325 [Live Aid Day], 1985
II.2267HJ RES 334 [National Buy American Week], 1985
II.2268HJ RES 362 [National Historically Black Colleges Week], 1985
II.2269HJ RES 377 [Walt Disney Recognition Day], 1985
II.2270HJ RES 379 [American Business Women's Day], 1985
II.2271HJ RES 384 [Farm Aid Day], 1985
II.2272HJ RES 385 [Designation of the Rose as the National Floral Emblem], 1985
II.2273HJ RES 386 [National Day of Fasting to Raise Funds to Combat Hunger], 1985
II.2274HJ RES 409 [Lithuanian Independence Day], 1985-1986
II.2275HJ RES 424 [Year of the Flag], 1985-1986
II.2276HJ RES 430 [Made in America Month], 1985
II.2277HJ RES 436 [Save for the USA Year], 1985
II.2278HJ RES 445 [Truck and Bus Safety Week], 1985
II.2279HJ RES 448 [National Black (Afro-American) History Month], 1985
II.2280HJ RES 450 [National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week], 1985-1986
II.2281HJ RES 451 [National POW/MIA (Prisoner of War, Missing in Action) Recognition Day], 1985-1986
II.2282HJ RES 479 [National Fire Fighters Day], 1985-1986
II.2283HJ RES 499 [Women's History Week], 1986
II.2284HJ RES 502 [National Reading Is Fun Week], 1986
II.2285HJ RES 505 [National Teacher Recognition Day], 1986
II.2286HJ RES 532 [Older Americans Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Week], 1986
II.2287HJ RES 538 [Senior Center Week], 1986
II.2288HJ RES 568 [National Down Syndrome Month], 1986
II.2289HJ RES 569 [Naval Aviation Day], 1986
II.2290HJ RES 572 [National Agricultural Export Week], 1986
II.2291HJ RES 584 [National Women Veterans Recognition Week], 1986
II.2292HJ RES 642 [National Tourism Week], 1986-1987
II.2293HJ RES 643 [Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Federal Budget Procedures], 1986
II.2294HJ RES 653 [National Historically Black Colleges Week], 1986
II.2295HJ RES 664 [Let Freedom Ring Day], 1986
II.2296HJ RES 712 [To Request That the Entertainment Industry Take Certain Steps to Assist in the National War Against Illegal Drugs], 1986
II.2297H CON RES 24 [Human Rights in Poland], 1985
II.2298H CON RES 37 [POW/MIA (Prisoner of War, Missing in Action) Recognition Day], 1985
II.2299H CON RES 69 [Expressing the Sense of the Congress that Payments by the Veterans' Administration to Veterans as Compensation for Service-Connected Disabilities Should Remain Exempt from Federal Income Taxation], 1985
II.22100H CON RES 99 [Expressing the Sense of Congress that the United Support for Artists for Africa be Commended for Its Efforts to Aid the Victims of the Spreading African Famine], 1985
II.22101H CON RES 150 [Peace Through Strength], 1985
II.22102H CON RES 310 [Agricultural Loan Restructuring], 1986
II.22103H CON RES 313 [Calling for the Expulsion of Libya from the United Nations], 1986
II.22104H CON RES 317 [Expressing the Sense of the Congress That the Soviet Union should Immediately Provide for the Release and Safe Passage of Naum Meiman and Inna Kitrosskaya-Meiman], 1986
II.22105H RES 113 [To Amend the Rules of the House of Representatives to Establish Additional Conditions with Respect to Official Travel of Members and Employees of Committees], 1985
II.22106HR 188 [Commending the Soil Conservation Service], 1985
II.22107H RES 347 [To Amend the Rules of the House of Representatives to Require a Roll Call Vote on Passage of Any Measure Making Appropriations or Providing Revenue], 1986
II.22108H RES 377 ["Let's Be Frank about the Frank Resolution"], 1986
II.22109H RES 412 [To Express the Sense of the House of Representatives that the Present Three-year Basis Recovery Rule on Taxation of Retirement Annuities be Maintained], 1986
II.22110H RES 424 [To Express the Gratitude of the American People for the Assistance Provided by the Government and People of the United Kingdom during Defensive Operations Carried out against Libya on April 14, 1986], 1986
II.22111H RES 439 [To Express the Sense of the House of Representatives concerning the Soviet Nuclear Accident at Chernobyl], 1986
II.22112HR 573 [Opposing Any Increase in Individual or Corporate Tax Rates], 1986
II.22113HR 1219 [Awarding Special Congressional Gold Medal to the Widow of Paul W. "Bear" Bryant], 1983
II.22114HR 1226 [To Temporarily Reduce the Duty on Certain Disposable Surgical Drapes and Sterile Gowns], 1983
II.22115HR 1250 [To Provide That Registration and Polling Places for Federal Elections Be Accessible to Handicapped and Elderly Persons], 1983
II.22116HR 1415 [To Protect Franchised Automobile Dealers from Unfair Price Discrimination], 1983
II.22117HR 1550 [Bo Ginn National Fish Hatchery], 1983
II.22118HR 1595 [Solar Energy National Security and Employment Act of 1983], 1983
II.22119HR 1604 [To Amend the Dairy Price Support Program], 1983
II.22120HR 500 [To Repeal the Withholding of Tax from Interest Dividends], 1983
II.22121HR 1097 [To Place Methaqualone in Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act], 1983
II.22122HR 1176 [Housing Finance Opportunity Act of 1983], 1983
II.22123Legislative Profile, 1983-1984
II.22124Legislative Checklist 98th Congress, 1983-1984
II.2212598th Congress, 1984
II.22126HR 1646 [Railroad Retirement Package], 1983
II.22127HR 1776 [To Amend Title 5 of the United States Code to Improve Agency Rulemaking], 1983
II.22128HR 1800 [Bankruptcy Legislation], 1983-1984
II.22129HR 1870 [Vietnam Veterans National Medal Act], 1983
II.22130HR 1881 [Federal charter to the National Society, Daughters of the American Colonists], 1983-1984
II.22131HR 1955 [Expertise Zone Legislation], 1983-1984
II.22132HR 2053 [Air Travelers Security Act of 1983], 1983-1984
II.22133HR 2124 [To Amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to Repeal the Highway Use Tax on Heavy Trucks and to Increase the Tax on Diesel Fuel Used in Heavy Trucks], 1986-1984
II.22134HR 2276 [To Amend to Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to Increase the Amount of Death Benefits Payable to Public Safety Officers], 1983
II.22135HR 2382 [The Deregulation Bill], 1983
II.22136HR 2410 [To Require the Head of Each Federal Administrative and Executive Agency to Conduct a Review of Agency Regulations, to Rewrite Current Regulations with Sex-Based Distinctions, and to Refrain from Promulgating Future Regulations which Contain Gende, 1983
II.22137HR 2432 [Sexual Exploitation of Children Act of 1983], 1983
II.22138HR 2645 [Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Legislation], 1983-1984
II.22139HR 2977 [Church Audit Procedures Act], 1983
II.22140HR 3012 [Carl Vinson Veterans Administration Medical Center], 1983
II.22141HR 3050 [Rural Electrification and Telephone Revolving Fund Self-Sufficiency Act of 1983], 1983-1984
II.22142HR 3257 [To Reorganize the Federal Court System for Cases and Proceedings Under the Bankruptcy Laws], 1983-1984
II.22143HR 3321 [Louisiana World Exposition Medals], 1983
II.22144HR 3502 [ Patent Term Restoration Act of 1983], 1983
II.22145HR 3557 [Hunger Relief Act of 1984], 1983-1984
II.22146HR 3584 [To Provide that Legal Public Holidays Established in the Future Occur on a Saturday or Sunday], 1983
II.22147HR 3718 [Joint Chiefs of Staff Reorganization Act of 1983], 1983
II.22148HR 3775 [Recognition of the Jewish War Veterans of The United States of America, Incorporated], 1983
II.22149HR 3777 [Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact], 1983
II.22150HR 3795 [Wine Equity Act of 1983], 1983-1984
II.22151HR 3828 [Medals Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the State of Georgia], 1983-1984
II.22152HR 3866 [To Honor Congressman Lawrence P. McDonald], 1983
II.22153HR 4210 [To Name the "L. Richardson Preyer Federal Building" in Greensboro, North Carolina], 1983
II.22154HR 4264 [Corridor Z Legislation], 1983-1984
II.22155HR 4272 [Alzheimer's and Neurological Diseases Legislation], 1983-1984
II.22156HR 4273 [To Provide for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease by the Veterans' Administration], 1983-1984
II.22157HR 4274 [To Provide a Deduction from Gross income for Individual Taxpayers Who Maintain a Household which Includes a Dependent of the Taxpayer who Suffers from Alzheimer's Disease], 1983-1984
II.22158HR 4294 [Naming the "James E. Van Zandt Veterans' Administration Medical Center" in Altoona, Pennsylvania, and the "Carl Vinson Veterans' Administration Medical Center" in Dublin, Georgia], 1983
II.22159HR 4510 [Minting of Half Dollars Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo], 1983-1984
II.22160HR 4561 [To Amend to Internal Revenue Code with Respect to the Tax Treatment of Certain Shipping Income], 1983
II.22161HR 4571 [National Observance Advisory Act], 1983-1984
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II.231HR 4643 [To Improve the labeling of Textile Fiber and Wool Products], 1984
II.232HR 4730 [Conservation and Forestation Act of 1984], 1984
II.233HR 4842 [To Amend Title 10, United States Code, to Promote Cost Savings in Defense Procurement Procedures by Requiring that Defense Procurement Contracts include a Clause Giving the Government a Right to Technical Data and Computer Software Necessary to O, 1984
II.234HR 4916 [To Recognize Senior Center Week during Senior Citizen Month], 1984
II.235HR 4952 [To Authorize the Secretary of Defense to Provide Assistance to Certain Indian Tribes for Expenses Incurred for Community impact Planning Activities Relating to the Planned Deployment of the MX Missile System in Nevada and Utah in the Same Manner, 1984
II.236HR 5064 [Cost Effective and Efficient Purchases of Spare Parts by the Department of Defense], 1984
II.237HR 5298 [White House Conference on Small Business Authorization Act], 1984
II.238HR 5446 [Interstate Banking Act of 1984], 1984
II.239HR 5515 [Awarding the Medal of Honor to the Unknown American Buried in the Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery], 1984
II.2310HR 5638 [Textile Fiber and Wool Products Identification Improvement Act], 1984
II.2311HR 5823 [Textile Employment and Fair Trade Act of 1984], 1984
II.2312HR 5847 [Carl Vinson Institute of Government Assistance Act], 1984
II.2313HR 6093 [Appointment of an Additional Bankruptcy Judge for the Central District of Illinois], 1984
II.2314HR 6132 [To amend the Social Security Act to Modify the Terminology Relating to Handicapped Children], 1984
II.2315HJ RES 20 [National Retired Teachers Day], 1983
II.2316HJ RES 49 [National Reye's Syndrome Week], 1983
II.2317HJ RES 62 [National Eye Donor Month], 1983
II.2318HJ RES 95 [National Patriotism Week], 1983
II.2319HJ RES 102 [National Mental Health Counselors Week], 1983
II.2320HJ RES 105 [National Historically Black Colleges Day], 1983
II.2321HJ RES 137 [National School Bus Safety Week of 1983], 1983
II.2322HJ RES 140 [National Physical Fitness and Sports Month", 1983
II.2323HJ RES 153 [National Children's Week], 1983
II.2324HJ RES 173 [National Port Week], 1983
II.2325HJ RES 176 [Municipal Clerk's Week], 1983
II.2326HJ RES 186 [National Mental Health Week], 1983
II.2327HJ RES 199 [National Productivity Improvement Week], 1983
II.2328HJ RES 205 [Children's Day], 1983-1984
II.2329HJ RES 215 [National Drug Abuse Education Week], 1983
II.2330HJ RES 228 [National Animal Agriculture Week], 1983
II.2331HJ RES 243 [Balanced Budget Amendment], 1983-1984
II.2332HJ RES 253 [National Tuberous Sclerosis Week], 1983-1984
II.2333HJ RES 284 [Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration], 1983
II.2334HJ RES 324 [National Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Week], 1983
II.2335HJ RES 326 [National Beta Club Week], 1984
II.2336HJ RES 337 [National Social Work Month], 1983-1984
II.2337HJ RES 340 [National Entomology Week], 1983-1984
II.2338HJ RES 342 [Coast Guard Day], 1983-1984
II.2339HJ RES 353 [Condemning the destruction of Korean Air Line Flight 7 by the Soviet Union], 1983
II.2340HJ RES 375 [Call on the President to Convene an Economic Summit Conference to Prepare a Plan to Reduce the Deficit in the Budget of the United States], 1983
II.2341HJ RES 382 [Establish a Bipartisan National Commission on Federal Budget Deficit Reductions], 1983
II.2342HJ RES 394 [Awarding of a Gold Medal to Lady Bird Johnson], 1983
II.2343HJ RES 400 [National Women Veterans Recognition Day], 1983
II.2344HJ RES 407 [National Hearing Impaired Awareness Week], 1983-1984
II.2345HJ RES 415 [National Mental Health Counselors Week], 1983
II.2346HJ RES 420 [Honoring Chad Knutson for Donating his Organs at his Death], 1983-1984
II.2347HJ RES 423 [National Eye Donor Month], 1983-1984
II.2348HJ RES 442 [National Weights and Measures Week], 1984
II.2349HJ RES 454 [Honoring the Contribution of Blacks to American Independence], 1984
II.2350HJ RES 486 [National Hemophilia Awareness Month], 1984
II.2351HJ RES 497 [Veterans' Preference Month], 1984
II.2352HJ RES 501 [Awarding a Gold Medal to Elie Wiesel, 1984
II.2353HJ RES 509 [National Physical Fitness and Sports Month], 1984
II.2354HJ RES 520 [Education Day USA], 1984
II.2355HJ RES 532 [Missing Children Day], 1984
II.2356HJ RES 544 [National School-Age Child Care Awareness Week], 1984
II.2357HJ RES 545 [Emergency Medical Week], undated
II.2358HJ RES 547 [Smokey Bear Week], 1984
II.2359HJ RES 574 [National Community Leadership Week], 1984
II.2360HJ RES 610 [National Osteoporosis Week], 1984
II.2361HJ RES 616 [Bipartisan National Commission on Federal Budget Deficit Reductions], 1984
II.2362HJ RES 623 [National Weights and Measures Week], 1984
II.2363HJ RES 629 [National Tourism Week], 1984-1985
II.2364HJ RES 637 [National Historically Black Colleges Week], 1984
II.2365HJ RES 647 [National Productivity Improvement Week], 1984-1985
II.2366H CON RES 83 [Peace Through Strength], 1983
II.2367H CON RES 174 [Expressing the Disapproval of the Congress of Any Trade Embargo Imposed by the United States, for Reasons other than National Security, Which Applies only to the Export of Agricultural Commodities to a Country and Which Does Not Have Adequa, 1983
II.2368H CON RES 181 [Requesting the President of the United States to Convene a National Conference of Small Business in 1984], 1983-1984
II.2369H CON RES 229 [Broadcasting "The Day After" in the Soviet Union], 1983-1984
II.2370H RES 17 [Awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Benjamin Elijah Mays, 1983
II.2371H RES 41 [Georgia Day], 1983
II.2372H RES 133 [Build-Down of Nuclear Forces in the US and USSR], 1983
II.2373H RES 349 [Thanks to America's Educators], 1983
II.2374H RES 430 [The Mandela Freedom Resolution], 1984
Section 2: General
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II.2375Co-sponsorship File [Co-sponsorship List-102nd Congress], 1991
II.2376Group Letters--102nd Congress, 1991-1992
II.2377Group Letters--101st Congress, 1989-1990
II.2378RBR's Administrative Correspondence: 99th Congress, 1985-1987
II.2379RBR's Administrative Correspondence: HR 5292 [Proposal to create a U.S. District Court site in LaGrange, Georgia], 1986
II.2380RBR's Administrative Correspondence: HR 6179 [Budget Breach Proposal Speeches and Letters], 1984
II.2381RBR's Administrative Correspondence: HR 5915 [Establishment of the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in Georgia], 1984
II.2382RBR's Administrative Correspondence: 102 Congress, 1991
II.2383RBR's Administrative Correspondence: 101st Congress, 1990-1991
II.2384100th Congress [Bills Richard Ray Introduced], 1987-1988
II.2385101st Congress [Bills Richard Ray Introduced], 1989
II.2386102nd Congress [Bills Richard Ray Introduced], 1991
II.2387Sponsorship File: HJ RES 272 [Proposal for the Creation of Family Reunion Month], 1983-1984
II.2388Sponsorship File: HJ RES 64- Family Reunion Month-Temporary, 1985
II.2389Sponsorship File: HJ RES 65- Family Reunion Month- Permanent, 1985
II.2390Bonds Letter--Tax Reform, 1986
II.2391Co-sponsorship of Bills-100th Congress, 1987-1988
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II.241Co-sponsorship List, 1987
II.242Group Letters 100th Congress, 1987-1989
II.243Group Letters 99th Congress, 1985-1986
II.244Group Letters 98th Congress, 1983-1984



Subseries C: Subject Files, 1973-1993

Extent: 14.0 boxes (13.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries C: Subject Files is composed of the research files of Ray's staff related to upcoming legislation, including reports, articles, issue papers, memos, and correspondence from colleagues, constituents, and interest groups. The main topics are the armed forces and the environment, and to a lesser extent agriculture, business, aid to the Contras of Nicaragua, cultural institutions, health care, and transportation infrastructure.
Section 1: Armed Forces
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II.245Camp Merrill Housing, 1991
II.246Cusseta Laundry Contract, 1988-1991
II.247DELTA-CRAF [Civil Reserve Air Fleet, 1991
II.248Base Closure, 1991
II.249Bradley Fighting Vehicle, 1985-1986
II.2410FAADS-LOS-H [Forward Area Air Defense-Line of Sight-Heavy], 1987
II.2411GBU-15 [Modular Glide Weapon] Amendment, 1986
II.2412Gulfstream P-"X", undated
II.2413Major Aircraft Review, 1990
II.2414Lockheed- P-3C [Sub Hunter], 1987
II.2415Perry Armory, 1987-1988
II.2416Start Agreement, 1990
II.2417Test Boards, 1990-1991
II.2418Wright Patterson Trip 2/22/91, 1991
II.2419Fort Benning - General, 1989-1992
II.2420Political- Fort Benning and RAFB [Robins Air Force Base], 1991
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II.251RAFB [Robins Air Force Base]-Furloughs -- Personnel Reductions, 1991-1992
II.252RAFB [Robins Air Force Base]-General, 1991
II.253Robins Hangars, 1990-1991
II.254Robins Hearing, 1987-1989
II.255Robins Land Sale, 1990
II.256General Information, 1990
II.257Gulfstream, 1988-1992
II.258Hughes, 1989-1992
II.259KS Fusion, 1985-1987
II.2510Lockheed, 1991-1992
II.2511Maybey Bridge, 1990-1992
II.2512McDonnell Douglas, 1989-1992
II.2513Martin Marietta, 1991-1992
II.2514Northrop, 1990-1991
II.2515Pratt And Whitney, 1988-1992
II.2516Textron, 1987-1988
II.2517[Air Defense Hearings], 1984-1991
II.2518ABD [Air Base Defense] - 3/20/87 Hearing, 1987
II.2519GAO [General Accounting Office] Study On Air Base Survivability, 1986-1987
II.2520Ray Questions Weinberger On Air Base Defense, 1985 February 5
II.2521ABD [Air Base Defense] Hearing, 1987 March 5
II.2522Gabriel/Wickham, 1984
II.2523ABD [Air Base Defense] 1986 Europe Trip, 1986
II.2524ABD [Air Base Defense]-Garber Proposal, 1986
II.2525Air Defense Briefings, 1984
II.2526ABD [Air Base Defense]-General, 1985-1986
II.2527GAO [General Accounting Office] Study- ALCS' [Air Logistics Centers], 1990-1991
II.2528Guard/Reserve, 1991
II.2529Hiring Freeze, 1993
II.2530Hospitals - Fort Benning and Robins Air Force Base Hospitals, 1989-1990
II.2531Impact Aid, 1992
II.2532Integration of AFLC [Air Force Logistics Command] and AFSC [Air Force Systems Command], 1991
II.2533Israel-Loan Guarantee, 1991
II.2534[Israel-Jewish Issues], 1991-1992
II.2535Japan, 1991
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II.261JROTC [Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps]-Upson County-Thomaston, 1991-1992
II.262Moody Air Force Base, 1992
II.263National Guard, 1990
II.264NATO, 1989-1990
II.265Navy Reorganization, 1992
II.266New Production Reactor, 1990-1992
II.267PAVE PAWS, 1990-1991
II.268Pearl Harbor Commemorative Medal, 1992
II.269Point Papers, 1989-1991
II.2610POW [Prisoner of War]/MIA [Missing in Action], 1992
II.2611Reprogramming Order, 1990
II.2612Retiree Committee, 1990-1992
II.2613Saudi Arms Sale, 1991
II.2614Soviet Union, 1991-1992
II.2615Textile Reports, 1987-1991
II.2616Townsend Bombing Range, 1992
II.2617Trips, 1983-1992
II.2618Veterans' Mailing List, 1992
II.2619Veterans Issues, 1991-1992
II.2620Wake/Midway Island Legislation, 1990
II.2621Women in Combat, 1991
II.2622Academy Review Board Trip, 1991
II.2623Aerospace Meeting, 1992
II.2624Academy Day, 1992
II.2625AFA [Air Force Association] By-Line, 1992
II.2626ALC [Air Logistics Center] Trip, 1991
II.2627ALC's [Air Logistics Center] General Issues, 1991
II.2628Angola, 1991
II.2629Army Caucus, 1991
II.2630Atlanta 1996 Games, 1992
II.2631General Bland-Georgia National Guard, 1991-1992
II.2632Caucus, 1991
II.2633CHAMPUS [Civilian Medical Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services], 1990-1991
II.2634Champus [Civilian Medical Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services] Mental Health Benefits, 1991-1992
II.2635Champus [Civilian Medical Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services] Payment Problems, 1990-1991
II.2636Chattahoochee Indian Heritage, 1992
II.2637Civilian Technician Issues, 1991-1992
II.2638Columbus Landswap, 1990-1992
II.2639Contracting Out, 1988-1992
II.2640Contract Legislation, 1991
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II.271DBOF - Defense Business Operations Fund, 1991-1992
II.272DCM - Directorate Of Civilian Marksmanship, 1990-1991
II.273Depot Caucus, 1992
II.274Depot Competition, 1990-1991
II.275Depot Consolidation, 1990-1992
II.276DFAS [Defense Finance And Accounting System], 1992
II.277DMR - Defense Management Review - Cheney Plan, 1990-1992
II.278DOE [Department Of Energy] Nuclear Panel, 1992
II.279DOE [Department of Energy] Panel Issues, 1991-1992
II.2710El Salvador, 1990-1991
II.2711Forgotten Widows, 1988
II.2712Foreign Aid, undated
II.2713Former Spouses, 1989-1991
II.2714Fort Gillem, 1991-1992
II.2715FTS 2000 [Phone System], 1991-1992
II.2716ADATS [Air Defense Anti-Tank System], 1989-1991
II.2717AGM-130 [Standoff Weapon System], 1987-1990
II.2718AHIP [OH-58D Helicopter], 1990
II.2719AMRAAM [Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile], 1990
II.2720ATACMS [Army Tactile Missile System], 1990
II.2721B-2 Bomber, 1988-1992
II.2722Bradley Fighting Vehicle, 1991
II.2723CASS [Consolidated Automated Support System], 1991-1992
II.2724C-17 (McDon-Douglas), 1987-1992
II.2725C-20 (Gulfstream), 1987-1992
II.2726C-130, 1986-1992
II.2727Combat Talon II, 1987-1990
II.2728F-15, 1990
II.2729F-16, 1986-1992
II.2730Hellfire Missile, 1986-1991
II.2731J-STARS [Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System], 1989-1991
II.2732KC-130T, 1987
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II.281Hughes Maverick, 1990-1991
II.282Patriot Missile, 1987-1992
II.283SDI [Strategic Defense Initiative], 1986-1991
II.284SHERPA, 1992
II.285Starstreak, 1991
II.286Stinger RPM [Missile], 1987-1989
II.287Tacit Rainbow, 1987-1991
II.288Trident II D-5, 1988-1991
Section 2: Contra Aid
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II.289Contra Aid, 1986
II.2810Contra File, 1986
II.2811Contra Aid-February 3, 1988
II.2812Contra Aid Hearing, 1988 January 27
II.2813Contra Aid: Trip to Central America, 1988
II.2814[Contra Aid-Statements and Speeches], 1988
II.2815Contra Aid-Wright Package, 1988
II.2816Contra Aid Vote, 1988 February 3
II.2817[Central America Trip], 1988
II.2818McCurdy Trip (Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Regional), 1987
Section 3: Environment
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II.2819National Association Of Installation Developers- Boston, Massachusetts, 1992 August 17
II.2820Technical Marketing Society of America, 1992 March 12
II.2821RBR's Base Closure Bills- Swift Subcommittee, 1992 September 4
II.2822Defense Week- Federal Facilities Environmental Contracting, 1992 August 4
II.2823Army Program Executive Officers- Fort Lee, Virginia, 1992 November 3
II.2824National League of Cities - DC Conference, 1992 September 3
II.2825ADPA [American Defense Preparedness Association]- 18th Environmental Symposium- Arlington, 1992 February 26
II.2826National League of Cities- Nellis Air Force Base, 12/12/1991 and 12/31/1991
II.2827Army Engineering and Housing Conference - Baltimore, 1991 December 12
II.2828Army Senior Leadership- West Point, 1991 October 13
II.2829National Security Industrial Association, 1991 October 9
II.2830Base Closure Environmental Response Task Force, 1991 June 19
II.2831Society of American Military Engineers, 1991 March 15
II.2832DERP [Defense Environmental Restoration Program] Conference, 1991 January 24
II.2833Defense and Environment Institute, 1990 September 7
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II.291Society of American Engineers Speech, 1990 June 20
II.292ADPA [American Defense Preparedness Association] Environmental Speech, 1990 April 19
II.293Army Environmental Leadership, 1989 October 16
II.294Navy Shore Station Command School, 1989 May 8
II.295HR 2179- Base Closure Sales, 1991-1992
II.296HR 4025 (and 4024) [Base Clean-Up Bill], 1991-1992
II.297Expedited Cleanup Legislation, 1992
II.298Ray Amendments to DoD [Department of Defense] 1993 Bill- Indemnification and Pilot Programs, 1992
II.299HR 1056 [Solid Waste Disposal Act Amendment], 1989
II.2910Federal Facilities Bill, 1991
II.2911HR 4016- Panetta's Environmental Base Closure, 1992
II.2912Testify- Overseas Bases, 1991 April 24
II.2913Environmental Trip- Europe, 1991
II.2914RBR- Aspen Colloquy- "Tum-Key", circa 1989-1992
II.2915Albany Marine Corps Logistics Base, 1991-1992
II.2916Environmental Trip - Pacific, 1990
II.2917Letter Re: Overseas Trip Press Release, 1991
II.2918McCord Property in Byron- NIKE Missile Site, 1992
II.2919Navy Environmental Structure, circa 1989-1992
II.2920FY 1992-1993 DERP [Defense Environmental Restoration Program] Report, 1992-1993
II.2921Air Force Environmental Structure, 1989
II.2922Army Environmental Structure, circa 1989-1992
II.2923Base Closure, 1991
II.2924EPA's [Environmental Protection Agency] Superfund Record, 1991
II.2925SAME [Society of American Military Engineers] Report- Contractor Issues, 1991
II.2926National Toxic Campaign Fund, 1991
II.2927Harris Corporation - CFCs, 1990
II.2928Pease Air Force Base, 1990
II.2929Watertown Army Lab, 1992
II.2930Fort Benjamin Harrison, 1991
II.2931Tobyhanna Army Depot, 1990
II.2932Jefferson Proving Ground, 1990
II.2933Honoraria Statement Before Congress, 1989
II.2934Ill Wind- Joseph Hill Check, 1988
II.2935Foreign Travel, 1990-1992
II.2936House Bank - 1 Held Check, 1991-1992
II.2937Donating Properties to Campaign, 1992
II.2938Campaign Office Material, 1987-1988
II.2939Culver Kidd Letters, 1989
II.2940Houston County Voting- RBR, 1990
Section 4: Chronological
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II.2941HASC [House Armed Services Committee]-NATO, 1984-1985
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II.301NATO Article, 1985
II.302[Columbus Mills Expansion-UDAG (Urban Development Action Grant)], 1984
II.303Federal Crop Insurance, 1989
II.304Deleted Constituent Response Letters, 1989-1990
II.305H. Con. Res. 131-National Agriculture Commission, 1985-1986
II.306[Legislative Research Material], 1989
II.307USAF [United States Air Force] Environmental Issues in the Pacific, 1973
II.308Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry - 5-Year Projection of Activities and Resource Needs, 1990-1994
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II.311DRMS [Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service] - Overview, 1989
II.312Pest Control, 1985-1986
II.313Pest Control Article, 1986
II.314Georgia Pest Control Association Magazine Editorial, 1986 May 2
II.315Pest Control Speech, 1985
II.316National Pest Control Association Speech, October 26, 27, 28, 1985
II.317Pest Control Information, 1986
II.318Articles on Office Organization-Ray Contra Role, 1986
II.319Pay Raise for Congress, 1987
II.31101986 Salary Commission, 1987
II.3111Anniston Army Depot Trip, 1990
II.3112Hatch Act CRS [Congressional Research Service] Information Pack, 1987-1989
II.3113[Environmental Issues], 1990
II.3114CRS [Congressional Research Service] House Senate Rules of Procedure, 1990
II.3115[US Air Force Environmental Issues in the Pacific], undated
II.3116Superfund, 1990
II.3117Taylor County Hazardous Waste Incinerator, 1990
II.3118Taylor County Landfill, 1989
II.3119Transportation--Highway 19, 1989-1991
II.3120Water Reallocation: Congressional Action, 1988-1990
II.3121Water Reallocation: Background, 1990-1992
II.3122Water Reallocation: Legislation Meeting, 1988-1990
II.3123West Point Lake, 1990
II.3124West Point Lake--Troup County, 1987-1989
II.3125Warm Springs Fish Hatchery, 1987-1989
II.3126Warm Springs-Roosevelt Institute, 1991
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II.321Wood Preservers, 1989
II.322Wayport Bill, 1989
II.323National Women's History Week, 1984
II.324AFLAC [Regarding pending DAC legislation on expense write-offs for foreign contracts], 1990
II.325Agriculture Disaster Payments - Peaches, 1988-1989
II.326Alcohol Issues, 1986-1987
II.327Alzheimer's Disease, 1987-1992
II.328Andersonville Park Entrance, 1988-1992
II.329Appropriations Fiscal Year 1990, 1989
II.3210Appropriations Fiscal Year 1991, 1990
II.3211Appropriations Fiscal Year 1992, 1991
II.3212Appropriations Fiscal Year 1993, 1992
II.3213Banking Issues, 1989
II.3214Banking Reform, 1991-1992
II.3215Blue Bird, 1987-1989
II.3216Budget Reform, 1987-1992
II.3217Byron Lab Funding, 1989-1990
II.3218Calendars -- Historical Society, 1989-1990
II.3219Carter Historic Site - Bacon Motel, 1988
II.3220-21Carter Historic Site Bill, 1987-1991
II.3222Carter Site Management Plan, 1988-1989
II.3223Carter Site - Plains Housing, 1989-1991
II.3224Carter Site Meeting, 1989-1990
II.3225CDF [Conservative Democratic Forum] Healthcare Reform, 1992
II.3226CDF [Conservative Democratic Forum] By-Laws, 1989-1992
II.3227Burial on Weekends in National Cemeteries, 1989
II.3228Center for International Marketing and Trade, 1988-1990
II.3229Charter Federal, 1989-1991
II.3230Charter Medical - Bill Talmadge, 1992
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II.331Civil Service Retirement - Interest Payments (HR 4361), 1987-1990
II.332Civil Service Retirement - Lump Sum, 1988-1990
II.333COLAs [Cost-of-Living Adjustments], 1986
II.334Congressional Pay Increase, 1986-1990
II.335DEA [Drug Enforcement Agency] Training Facility, 1988
II.336Delta - Flight Attendant Duty Time Act, 1991-1992
II.337Educational Advisory Committee, 1987
II.338Energy and Agriculture Subcommittee, 1987-1988
II.339Ethics Committee, 1988
II.3310Federal Crop Insurance, 1990
II.3311Floor Statements (100th Congress), 1987-1991
II.3312Foster, Charles West Georgia Medical Center, 1989-1990
II.3313GBI [Georgia Bureau of Investigation] - Robbie Hamrick, 1990
II.3314Honoraria Statement, 1989
II.3315House Administration, 1986
II.3316House Administration - Indiana Election Contest, 1985
II.3317House Bank, 1991-1992
II.3318Iran - MFN [Most Favored Nation] Status, 1987-1988
II.3319Lowe, Wayne RTC [Resolution Trust Corporation] Case, 1991
II.3320Macon Airport, 1989
II.3321Matthews, J. Ralph - Bankruptcy, 1991-1992
II.3322Medical Association of Georgia, 1991
II.3323Medicare Hearing, 1990
II.3324Medicare Hearing Testimony, 1990
II.3325Small Business Subcommittee Hearing on Medicare, 1989-1991
II.3326Medicare - RBRVS [Resource Based Relative Value Scale], 1991-1992
II.3327Medigap - American Family Life, 1990-1992
II.3328Memos - 102nd Congress, 1991-1992
II.3329Memos - 101st Congress, 1988-1990
II.3330Memos - 100th Congress, 1987-1989
II.3331Muscogee County Reversionary Interest, 1988-1989
II.3332National Rifle Association, 1989-1991
II.3333National Right to Work Committee, 1987-1989
II.3334Nesmith, Newell 1099 B Form, 1988
II.3335Nursing Homes, 1987-1991
II.3336Parental Leave, 1988-1991
II.3337Peanut Quota - 1990, 1988-1989
II.3338Perry EDA [Economic Development Administration] Grant Application, 1987
II.3339Pest Control, 1988-1991
II.3340RBR Leave, 1987-1988
II.3341Roosevelt Memorial Commission, 1989-1991
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II.341Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute, 1988-1993
II.342Small Disadvantaged Business - Procurement 5% Goal, 1988-1989
II.343Small Business Advisory Committee, 1987
II.344Small Business - General, 1987-1989
II.345-6Subcontractors Legislation, 1991
II.347Copies of GR 2112 [Subcontractors Legislation], 1991
II.348SSAI - HH Aerospace Case - Chet Lowe [Subcontractors Legislation], 1991
II.349Telecommunications - H CON RES 339, 1989-1992
II.3410Textile Bill, 1990
II.3411Textiles - MFN [Most Favored Nation], 1987-1991
II.3412Textiles - Set Aside, 1987-1988
II.3413Trade Bill, 1987
II.3414Tuckegee Roads, 1991
II.3415-16Underground Tank Bill HR 4090, 1986-1988
II.3417VA Outpatient Clinic - Columbus [Veterans], 1986-1991
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II.351Warner Robins Wilderness Park, 1987-1988
II.352Water Reallocation, 1989-1992
II.353Welfare Reform, 1987-1989
II.354Women's Business Ownership, 1988-1989
II.355Trip Folder, 1992
II.356Miscellaneous, 1992
II.357Agriculture, 1991
II.358ASCS--Agricultural Stabilization And Conservation Services, 1991-1992
II.359Cattle, 1992
II.3510-11Letters [Crop Insurance], 1990-1991
II.3512Congressional Action [Crop Insurance], 1988-1990
II.3513Dairy [Crop Insurance], 1990-1991
II.3514Background Information [Disaster Assistance], 1990-1991
II.3515Congressional Action [Disaster Assistance], 1990-1991
II.35161990 Farm Bill, 1990
II.3517FmHA--Farmers Home Administration, 1991
II.3518Pesticides, 1992
II.3519Phosphogypsum, 1990
II.3520Rural Development, 1989
II.3521Textiles, 1991
II.3522Tobacco, 1989-1990
II.3523Letters [Wetlands], 1990-1991
II.3524Congressional [Wetlands], 1989-1991
II.3525National Youth Sports Program, 1992
II.3526Housing--H.O.P.E, 1991
II.3527Housing: Mortgage Insurance, 1992
II.3528Securities Issues, 1992
II.3529Education: Even Start, 1991
II.3530Education: Impact Aid, 1989-1992
II.3531Education: PAT [Parents and Teachers], 1991
II.3532Ozone Depletion, 1987-1988
II.3533Cable Television, 1991-1992
II.3534Clean Air Act - Letters, 1988-1990
II.3535Energy Bill--102nd Congress, 1992
II.3536Syndex Regulations, 1990
II.3537Telecommunications: Baby Bells, 1992
II.3538Civil Rights--H.R.4000, 1990
II.35391991 Crime Bill, 1991
II.3540Handgun Waiting Period HR 7, 1991
II.3541Drugs, 1990
II.3542Gun Control, 1991
II.3543Legal Services Corporation, 1991-1992
II.3544Prison Reform, 1991
II.3545Product Liability, 1992
II.3546Term Limitations, 1990
II.3547Religious Freedom, 1992
II.3548Transportation: Aviation, 1990-1992
II.3549Commercial Driver's License, 1992
II.3550Transportation: Amtrak, 1992
II.3551Rail Strike, 1992
II.3552Rural Water Association, 1992
II.3553Bankruptcy [Eastern Airlines], 1991-1992
II.3554Background on Strike [Eastern Airlines], 1987-1989
II.3555Congressional Action [Eastern Airlines], 1991-1992
II.3556Retraining and Retiree Benefits [Eastern Airlines], 1992
II.35571992 Eastern Airlines File, 1992
II.3558Background [Transportation Reauthorization 102nd], 1991-1992
II.3559Congressional Action [Transportation Reauthorization 102nd], 1991-1992
II.3560Letters [Transportation Reauthorization 102nd], 1991
II.3561Capital Gains: Timber, 1989
II.3562GATT [General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade], 1990-1992
II.3563Social Security, 1991
II.3564Trade, 1990-1991
II.3565Beirut Bombing Report, 1983 October 3
II.3566Jack Crawford Research on Military Textile Procurement, 1985
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II.361HR 235 Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, 1985-1986
II.362Bradham Car Sales c/o Robert Bradham, 1983
II.363Jimmy Carter National Historic Site-Plains Field Meeting, 1985
II.364Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1985-1986
II.365Child Care, 1983
II.366Americans With Disabilities Act, 1985
II.367Aerospace Symposium-1990, 1985-1986
II.368Agricultural Mailing, 1983
II.369Agricultural Advisory-1990, 1985
II.3610Airport-Hartsfield Runway Expansion, 1985-1986
II.3611AMTRAK, 1983
II.3612Andersonville Historic Site, 1985
II.3613Autry Park, 1985-1986
II.3614Lee- ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines] Material, 1983
II.3615[ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines]], 1985
II.3616ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines]: Arkin, Gerald: UGA [University of Georgia], Agricultural Experiment Station, 1985-1986
II.3617ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines] Problem, 1983
II.3618Boll Weevil Eradication, 1985
II.3619Byron Lab Funding FY 1993, 1985-1986
II.3620Byron Lab Funding FY 1991, 1983
II.3621Byron Lab Funding FY 1989, 1985
II.3622Byron Laboratory, 1985-1986
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II.371Interior and Insular Affairs, 1983
II.372Columbus Quincentennial, 1985
II.373Drought Disaster 1989, 1985-1986
II.374Forestry 2000 Task Force, 1983
II.375Grant Requests, 1985
II.376Jimmy Carter Historic Site, 1985-1986
II.377Kimberly Clark-H.R. 2425 [Tariffs on Disposable Surgical Gowns and Drapes], 1983
II.378Montezuna Housing Authority, 1985
II.379Olympics-1996, 1985-1986
II.3710Pesticides-Dioxin, 1983
II.3711Georgia Pork Producers, 1985
II.3712RBR's Bills, 1985-1986
II.3713Southern Frozen Foods, 1983
II.3714Southern Mills, 1985
II.371514,000 Budget, 1985-1986
II.3716Superfund, 1983
II.3717Warner Robbins Housing Project, 1985
II.3718ERA [Equal Rights Amendment], 1982-1987
II.3719Formaldehyde, 1987-1988
II.3720FSVC [Fort Valley State College], 1988
II.3721Harmonized Tariff Schedules, 1989
II.3722Homebuilders, 1989
II.3723Iran MFN [Most Favored Nation] Bill, 1987-1988
II.3724Libraries, 1989
II.3725MARTA [Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority], 1987-1988
II.3726Dee Matthews, 1987-1988
II.3727Mobley, Janet - Columbus., Georgia, 1988-1989
II.3728Mozambique, 1988
II.3729Planned Parenthood Issues, 1986-1988
II.3730South Africa, 1986-1989
II.3731Flint EMC [Electric Membership Corporation], 1987
II.3732Williams and Jensen, 1988
II.3733Julian Whatley, 1987-1988
II.3734South Metro Atlanta Water Study - Lanier Boatwright - McIntosh Trail APDC, 1975-1986
II.3735Thomas, Louise - re: Volkswagen Fox Trade Issue, 1987-1988



Subseries D: Voting Record, 1983-1992

Extent: 4.0 boxes (2.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries D: Voting Record contains copies of Ray's voting record from each Congress, as well as analysis of the voting record of the entire Congress.
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II.3736-37Voting Records, 1983-1984
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II.381-10Voting Records, 1983-1986
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II.391-12Voting Records, 1986-1992
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II.401-4Voting Records, 1985-1992
 

Series III: Press Relations and Media Activities, 1979-1992

Extent: 23.0 boxes (23 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Divided into four subseries: A. Speeches; B. Press Releases; C. Newspaper Clippings; D. General Press Files.



Subseries A: Speeches, 1982-1992

Extent: 8.0 boxes (7.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries A: Speeches contains the full text for his speeches at business and civic group meetings, churches, community events, and political events. Common topics include education, his political campaigns, economic growth with the opening of new businesses in his district, small businesses, textiles, honoring individuals, and the military, such as Academy Day, arms control, and military bases.
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III.11Muscogee Realtors, 1983 August
III.12Rosemont Baptist Church, 1983 July 3
III.13Town Meeting, 1983 August
III.14Town Meeting, 1983 August
III.15Uptown '83, 1983 August
III.16MX Floor Statement [Missiles], 1983 July 20
III.17Remarks for Fundraiser, 1983 June 20
III.18Andersonville 4th of July, 1983 July 4
III.19Warner Robins Fairgrounds, 1983 July 2
III.110Remarks for Fundraiser, 1983 June 29
III.111Unemployment Special Orders Statement, 1983 June 28
III.112Floor Statement on Leath Amendment/Chemical Warfare, 1983 June 15
III.113Jerry's Remarks, 1983 June 8
III.114Macon County Graduation, 1983 May 29
III.115Memorial Day Introduction, 1983 May 29
III.116West Front Vote, 1983 May 25
III.117Congressional Prayer Fellowship Breakfast, 1983 May 19
III.118Extension of Remarks on Nuclear Freeze, 1983 May 11
III.119AGC [Association of General Contractors of Georgia] Speech, 1983 May 13
III.120Macon Chamber of Commerce, 1983 May 13
III.121Extension of Remarks on Rabbi Goodman Retirement, 1983 May 11
III.122Wayne Hardy Introduction, 1983 May 10
III.123Dooly Medical Center, 1983 May 8
III.124Warner Robins Community Action, 1983 May 6
III.125Reserve Officers Association, 1983 April 30
III.126Georgia Bankers Association, 1983 April 19
III.127Williams Colloquy, 1983 April 27
III.128Ellaville Homecoming, 1983 April 16
III.129Floor Statement on Nuclear Freeze, 1983 April 13
III.130Jefferson Awards, 1983 April 1
III.131Federal Managers Association, 1983 May 29
III.132LaGrange Chamber of Commerce, 1983 March 28
III.133Northern Little League, 1983 March 24
III.134Floor statement on Nuclear Freeze, 1983 March 16
III.135Floor statement on H.R. 1226 [Tariffs], 1983 March 3
III.136Kimberly Clark Statement, 1983 March 8
III.137Floor Statement on Budget, undated
III.138Avoc Corporation Speech, 1983 March 11
III.139Jaycees Remarks, 1983 March 10
III.140Cochran Speech, 1983 February 21
III.141Cochran Speech, 1983 January 20
III.142NAM [National Association of Manufacturers] Speech, 1983 February 18
III.143Comments on State of Union Address, 1983 January 26
III.144Statement on Pendleton Act, 1983 January 17
III.145Remarks for Fundraisers, 1983 January 17
III.146Ray's Statements on Various Issues, undated
III.147Ray Victory Speech, 1983 November 2
III.148Ray Speeches, 1983 January 1-July 11
III.149Campaign Speeches, 1982
III.150Pratt and Whitney Speech, 1985 December 19
III.151Budget Resolution 1986 - Roughs, 1986
III.152Small Business Speech, 1985
III.153Law Day Speech, 1983
III.154Internal Auditors Speech, 1985 April 26
III.155Small Business Luncheon Speech Draft, 1985 May
III.156Fort Valley Ham and Eggs Speech Drafts, undated
III.157Arlington Cemetery Remarks (Not Used), undated
III.158Presbyterian Church Speech, 1985 February 15
III.159Presbyterian Church Draft, 1985 February 15
III.160Deficit Reduction Paper, undated
III.161Pratt Whitney Opening, 1984
III.162Nunn Remarks on Crime Legislation, undated
III.163Draft- Deficit Remarks, undated
III.164Textile Speech - Draft, 1983
III.165Democrats Speech - Draft, 1983-1984
III.166Research - Trade Bullets, undated
III.167Rural Electric - Draft - Doug, 1983
III.168Short Story - Lebanon - Draft, undated
III.169Richard Russell Commemorative Stamp - Draft, undated
III.170Draft - Wrap Up Speech by RBR, undated
III.171Warner Robins Depot Speech - Oct. 17, 1983 - Draft, 1983 October 17
III.172LaGrange ILS [Instrument Landing System] (Chamber Draft), 1983 September 15
III.173Speeches and Drafts, 1983
III.174Testimony for Prayer Fellowship Group, undated
III.175Prayer Fellowship Remarks, undated
III.176Prayer Breakfast Speech, 1983 May 19
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III.21Education Speech, undated
III.22Agriculture Speech Draft, undated
III.23Disarmament - Draft, undated
III.24First Baptist - July 4th, 1983 July 4
III.25Intern Breakfast, 1983
III.26Education Speech - Draft, undated
III.27Democratic Party - 3rd District Speech, undated
III.28Economy Speech, undated
III.29Speech Materials - August Blitz, undated
III.210Town Meeting Speech, undated
III.211Agricultural Speech Insert - Troup Co. Cattlemen, undated
III.212Agricultural/Farmer's Speech, undated
III.213Troup County Cattleman's Speech, undated
III.214Women's Equality Day, 1983 August 26
III.215Macon County Graduation Rough Drafts, 1983 May 29
III.216AGC [Associated General Contractors] Draft and Info, 1983 May 14
III.217Drafts of Macon Chamber of Commerce, 1983 May 13
III.218Community Action Speech, 1983 May 6
III.219NAM [National Association of Manufacturers] Speech, 1983 February 18
III.220Avco Drafts and Info, 1983
III.221Washington's Farewell Address, undated
III.222George Washington's Farewell to the Troops, undated
III.223General Speech, 1983
III.224Lebanon Speech, undated
III.2251983 in Review Speech, 1983
III.226Chamber of Commerce Fly-In Sept. 15, 1983, 1983 September 15
III.227Year End Wrap-Up, 1983 December
III.228General Speech, 1983 December
III.229Lebanon Insert, 1983 December
III.230Healthcare Costs, 1983 December
III.231Floor Statement - Support Nichols Amendment for NIVAD, DIVAD and the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, 1983 November
III.232American Education Week, 1983 November
III.233Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1983 November
III.234Minority Small Business Week, 1983 October
III.235YMCA Speech, 1983 October
III.236Sonny Montgomery, 1983 October
III.237Macon Military Ball, 1983 September 10
III.238Military Ball in Macon, 1983 September 19
III.239Economy Speech, 1983 August
III.240Remarks - Columbus Vocational Technical Opening, 1983 August 5
III.241LaGrange Chamber Speech, 1983 August
III.242Education Speech, 1983 August
III.243Robins Award Floor Statement, 1985 September
III.244Issues Confronting Textile Industry, 1985 September
III.2451984 Academy Day, 1984
III.246Introduction of Representative Thomas, 1985 August
III.247Lindsay Thomas Introduction, 1985 August
III.248Central Georgia EMC [Electric Membership Cooperatives], 1985 August
III.249School of the Americas, 1985 August
III.250Presentation to SGM [Command Sergeant Major] Brady, 1985 August
III.251C-Flags Presentation, 1985 August
III.252Honeywell Speech, 1985 August
III.253Bradley Turner Remarks, 1985 August
III.254General August Speech, 1983 August
III.255Fort Valley Commencement, 1985 August
III.256Litton Speech, 1985 August
III.257Walter Harrison Floor Statement, 1985 August
III.258General Farm Speech, 1985 August
III.259Arthur's EMC [Electric Membership Cooperatives] Statement, 1985
III.260In Recognition of Congressional Staff Ruth Witte Statement, 1985 June 27
III.261Christmas Tree in June, 1985 June
III.262Speech to Jessi's Church, 1985 June
III.263John and Louise Clinkscales Tribute, 1985 June 25
III.264Plains to Host Carter Hearings, 1985 June 19
III.265Salute to General Sipple, 1985 June 12
III.266Salute to Fraternal Order of Police, 1985 June 14
III.267Pratt and Whitney Remarks, undated
III.268General Garryl Sipple, 1985 June 12
III.269Defense Industrial Base for Textile and Apparel Products, 1985 June
III.270Defense Industrial Base for Textiles Floor Statement, 1985 June
III.271Frito Lay Plant Opening, 1985 May
III.272Red Tindol/Small Business, 1985 May
III.273Plains Centennial Floor Statement, 1985
III.274Thelma Williams Eulogy, 1985 May 31
III.275Plains Centennial, 1985 May 16
III.276John Foss, 1985 May 1
III.277DOD [Department of Defense] Floor Statement, 1985 May 15
III.278Chamber Dinner Prayer, 1985 April 29
III.279Perry Methodist Church, 1985 April 14
III.280Healthcare Hearing Floor Statement, 1985 February 11
III.281Agriculture Commission Floor Statement, 1985 April 22
III.282General April Speech, 1985 April
III.283Fort Valley Ham and Eggs Speech, 1985 April
III.284Special Olympics Remarks, 1985 April
III.285Brookstone Flag Speech, 1985 April
III.286Agriculture Committee Floor Statement, 1985 April 1
III.287We are the World Floor Statement, 1985 April 2
III.288Textile Speech/Floor Statement, 1985 March 21
III.289Reverend Roberts Floor Statement, 1985 March 19
III.290Women's History Week - Damewood, 1985 March 19
III.291Women's History Week Schley County, 1985 March 6
III.292Prayer Fellowship, 1985 March 13
III.293Major John Barrow Floor Statement, 1985 March 6
III.294Fort Valley State College, 1985 February 27
III.295Women's History Week, 1985
III.296Columbus Times - Black History Month, 1985 February 7
III.297Perry Methodist and First Baptist Church, 1984 July 4
III.298Black History Month - Columbus Times, 1985 February
III.299Perry Presbyterian Church, 1985 February 15
III.2100Ad Hoc Committee on Arms Control, 1984 December
III.2101District Staff /Library of Congress - Outline, 1984 December
III.2102BBQ Speech, 1984 November
III.2103Barbara Calhoun Tribute, 1984 November
III.2104Life Underwriters, 1984 June
III.2105Colloquy with Addabo - HR 4185 [NATO Legislation], 1983 November
III.2106Hughes Groundbreaking, 1984 October
III.2107North Columbus By Pass Opening, 1984 October 31
III.2108Airbase Defense Floor Statement, 1984 October 3
III.2109Joseph Lanier Floor Statement, 1984 October9
III.2110Jaycee Government Affairs, 1984 September
III.2111Chamber Fly In/ Budget Breach, 1984 September
III.2112Pave Paws Dedication, 1984 September
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III.31Carl Perkins Floor Statement, 1984 September
III.32Gould Dedication, 1984 September
III.33Chamber Fly-In, 1984 September
III.34Jaycee Governmental Affairs Seminar, 1984 September
III.35Our NATO Allies, 1984 September
III.36Benning Chosen as Site for Army's New LID [Light Infantry Division], 1984 September 11
III.37Joseph Lanier Floor Statement, 1984 September
III.38Endorsement by the Columbus Asian Community, 1984 August
III.39Columbus Election Night Statement, 1984 August
III.310Warner Robins, 1984 August
III.311Hughes [Aircraft] Coming to LaGrange, 1984 August
III.312Special Order on Economy, 1984 August
III.313Gold Kist Executives Speech, 1984 July
III.314South Columbus Concerned Citizens, 1984 July
III.315Adelia Mack Tribute, 1984 July
III.316Sumter County Democratic Party, 1984 July
III.317Peace Officers Memorial, 1984
III.318Reception Speech, 1984
III.319Equifax, 1984 July 28
III.320Fourth of July Meet the Candidates Forum, undated
III.321Law Enforcement Protection Act, 1984 June 13
III.322Prayer Fellowship, 1984 June 13
III.323Confederate Memorial Day, undated
III.324[Confederate] Memorial Day, undated
III.325Warner Robins HQ Speech, 1984 July 11
III.326Introduction of Richard Ray by Marc Acree, 1984 June
III.327Election Announcement, 1984 June
III.328We Endorse Richard Ray for LaGrange, 1984 June
III.329Qualifying Statement, 1984 June 23
III.330Academy Day Remarks, 1984 May
III.331Academy Day Remarks, 1984 May
III.332BIPAC Luncheon, 1984 May
III.333Divad Floor Statement, 1984 May 17
III.334In Honor of our Nation's Peace Officers, 1984 May 15
III.335DOD [Department of Defense] Authorization, 1984 May
III.336In Appreciation of Military Spouses, 1984 May
III.337Postmasters Meeting, 1984 April 7
III.338BIPAC Lunch, 1984 May 2
III.339Pete Joiner's Retirement, 1984 April
III.340Fort Valley Ham and Eggs Breakfast, 1984 April 9
III.341Jaycee Legislative Affairs Seminar/ Floor Statement, 1984 March 15
III.342Automotive Service Council, 1984 March 10
III.343Wehrkunde Conference Remarks, 1984 February 14
III.344Military Comptrollers at Robins, undated
III.345Fairchild Speech, undated
III.346Ardahlia Mack Statement, undated
III.347Northern Little League, 1984
III.348VA [Veterans Administration] Symposium, undated
III.349Small Business Symposium, undated
III.350Small Business Seminar Luncheon Address - Robins, undated
III.351Gracious Ladies, 1984
III.352Grenada Statement, undated
III.353Statement on ERA [Equal Rights Amendment], undated
III.354Floor Statements, 1983
III.355Floor Statement - Larry McDonald, undated
III.356Jobs Bill Floor Statement, 1983 September 21
III.357Jobs Bill, 1983 September 21
III.358Associated Builders and Contractors, 1984 July 9
III.359Announcement Speech, 1984 May 29
III.360South Georgia Tech, 1984 April 18
III.361Gould Remarks, 1984 April 19
III.362Pave Paws Dedication, 1984 April 19
III.363Pratt and Whitney, 1984 April 19
III.364Ham and Eggs Breakfast, undated
III.365Postmasters Meeting, 1984 April 7
III.366New Light Infantry Division, 1984 April 5
III.367Pete Joiner Retirement, undated
III.368Women's History Week, undated
III.369Automotive Service Council, undated
III.370McDonald Speech, 1984 March 14
III.371Jaycee Speech, undated
III.372Cherry Blossom Festival, undated
III.373Soil Water Conservation Speech, undated
III.374Bleckley Hospital Dedication, undated
III.375Bleckley County Hospital Addition, undated
III.376Railroads Speech and Info, 1984
III.377Robins Air Force Base, undated
III.378Prayer Speech, undated
III.379Reverend Flakes, undated
III.380Rotary, 1983 January 3
III.381Exchange Club Crime Prevention, undated
III.382New Year, 1984
III.383Speeches - Bill, 1983
III.384[Remarks - Federal Manager's Association -Robins Air Force Base], 1983 March 29
III.385[Disarmament Speech], undated
III.386Readiness - DOD [Department of Defense] Environmental Restoration Program, 1985 April 4
III.387Tobacco and Peanuts -In Support of Peanuts, 1985 April 2
III.388Georgia Seedsmen, 1987 July 13
III.389Lowry Amendment Floor Statement, 1987 July 8
III.390Independence Day, 1987 Jul1
III.391Kelly Jerles Floor Statement, 1987 June 30
III.392General Register, 1987 June 26
III.393Construction Labor Law Floor Statement, 1987 June 15
III.394Davidson Exterior Trim Statement for Arthur, 1987 May 22
III.395Art Reception, 1987 May 8
III.396Flint EMC [Electric Membership Cooperatives], 1987 May 6
III.397Against Darden Amendment, 1987 May 8
III.398Contel, 1987 April 27
III.399Speeches in the Future, undated
III.3100Columbus Women's Alliance, 1987 April 25
III.3101Hughes Georgia - LaGrange Speech, 1987 April 24
III.3102Tribute to Executive Assistants, 1987 April 23
III.3103Month of Military Child, 1987 April 21
III.3104Red Carpet Speech, Columbus, 1987 April 10
III.3105Air Force LMS [Logistics Management System], 1987 April 7
III.3106Northrop Groundbreaking - Perry, Georgia, 1987 April 6
III.3107Fixed overhead, 1987 April 2
III.3108AVCO Defense Plant, 1987 March 27
III.3109Environmental Restoration Panel, 1987 March 26
III.3110State Pest Control, 1987 March 26
III.3111Continuing Crisis Book Opening, 1987 March 24
III.3112Macon Cherry Blossom, 1987 March 22
III.3113AFGE [American Federation of Government Employees] Speech - Columbus, 1987 March 20
III.3114Combat Talon Testimony, 1987 March 13
III.3115Wyche Fowler, 1985 September 30
III.3116Air Base Defense Testimony, 1987 March 5
III.3117Clemson Pest Speech, 1987 February 12
III.3118Academy Day '87, 1987 February 27
III.3119Academy Day Nominations, 1987 January 26
III.3120Peach Chamber Speech, 1987 January 15
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III.41Dining Out-Robins, 1987 January 10
III.42Small Business Symposium - Robins Air Force Base, 1986 December 10
III.43Floor Statement on Black Colleges, 1985 September 23
III.44Arms Control Negotiations - Hopeful or Hopeless, 1985 September 19
III.45Manchester Floor Statement, 1985 September 17
III.46School of Americas Dedication, 1986 November 25
III.47LaGrange Chamber Comments, 1986 November 20
III.48Tribute to Reverend Flakes, 1986 November 18
III.49John Amos, 1986 November 7
III.410Dr. Cary - A Trusted Physician, 1986 October 31
III.41110/24/86 Aspin Press Conference, 1986 October 24
III.412Columbus Textiles, 1986 October 22
III.413October Recess, 1986
III.414LaGrange Chamber of Commerce, 1986 October 21
III.415First United Methodist of Americus, 1986 October 20
III.416Morningside Baptist church, 1986 October 19
III.417Hawkinsville, 1986 October 18
III.418Mercer Engineering School, 1986 October 17
III.419Hogansville Birthday, 1986 October 11
III.419COLA [Cost of Living Adjustment] Floor Statement, 1986 October 10
III.420Bluebird Floor Statement, 1986 October 9
III.421Contra Aid Revisited, 1986 October 8
III.422Welcome to Reverend William E. Swift, 1986 September 30
III.423Civilian Conservation Corps, 1986 September 20
III.424Philippines Floor Statement, 1986 September 18
III.425Tax Bill Floor Statement, 1986 September 17
III.426Hunter Amendment Floor statement, 1986 September 11
III.427Special Order Prior to August Recess, 1986 August 13
III.428Clark Holder Clinic Speech, 1986 August 8
III.429Central Georgia EMC [Electric Membership Cooperatives], 1985 August
III.430Spratt Amendment Floor Statement, 1986 August 8
III.431Textile Floor Statement, 1986 August 5
III.432Gramm Rudman Floor Statement, 1986 August 1
III.433Plains Depot Ceremony Remarks, 1986 July 26
III.4341986 Reelection Announcement, 1986
III.435Reagan Speech to Contra Supporters, 1986 July 22
III.436Georgia National History Day Winners, undated
III.437Bipartisan Amendment to Contra Aid - Floor Statement, 1986 June 25
III.438Reelection Announcement, 1986 June
III.439Christian Association Breakfast Statement, 1986 June 5
III.440Nuclear Waste Site Removal, 1986 June 28
III.441Academy Press Conference Remarks, 1986 May 27
III.442Memorial Weekend Speech, 1986 May 25
III.443DLC [Democratic Leadership Council] Letter to Reagan Press Conference, 1986 May 1
III.444Easter Recess, undated
III.445Tax Reform Section of Recess Speech, undated
III.446Department of Energy Hearing for Nuclear Waste Repos., 1986 March 26
III.447Arts Competition, 1986 March 7
III.448Government Excellence, 1985 September 13
III.449Statement from Press Conference by Arms Control Panel on CTBT [Arms Control of Nuclear and Chemical Weapons], 1986 February 25
III.450Vocational Education, 1986 January 20
III.451Pest Control Speech Honoring Glenn and Mary Burnett, 1986 January 20
III.452Defense Contractors, 1986 January 1-7
III.4531986 General Speech for January Recess, 1986
III.454Frank Abuse Statement, 1986 December 8
III.455Civil Air Patrol, 1986 December 11
III.456Reverend Flakes Church Speech, undated
III.457Armored Personnel Carrier, 1985 December 2
III.458Fort Benning Barracks Dedication Speech, 1986 December 2
III.459Byron Library Speech, 1985 December 1
III.460Sears, 1986 November 26
III.461Columbus Times Award, 1985 November 22
III.462Military Retiree Open House, 1985 October 26
III.463Textiles, 1985 October 21
III.464Speech to District County Commissioners, 1985 October 15
III.465Jimmy Carter Hearings, 1985 October 29
III.466Debt Ceiling, 1985 October 11
III.467Bill Gay Floor Statement, 1985 October 10
III.468Textiles, 1985 October 10
III.469Arms Control Negotiations - "Hopeful", 1985 October 7
III.470Labor / HHS [Health and Human Services] / Education Appropriations, 1985 October 2
III.471Troup County Parks and Recreation, 1985 September 13
III.472Why Can't Congress Balance the Nation's Checkbook?, 1985 September
III.473Academy Day, 1985 September 7
III.474Albany Farm Hearings, 1985 September 6
III.475VA [Veterans Administration] Symposium, undated
III.476Pest Control, 1989 January 27
III.477Fort Benning Prayer Breakfast, 1989 February 7
III.478Black History Month, 1989 February 13
III.479Students in Free Enterprise, 1989 February 14
III.480Roberta Kiwanis Club, 1989 February 20
III.481Congressman John Lewis Introduction, 1989 February 22
III.482Black History Floor Statement, 1989 February 24
III.483Columbus College Art Competition, 1989 February 24
III.484Pest Control - Crystal City, 1989 February 28
III.485League of Women Voters Speech, 1989 February 29
III.486Academy Day, 1984 March 4
III.487Macon, Georgia Cherry Blossom Festival, 1989 March 16
III.488Dixie Crow, 1989 March 23
III.489Georgia School Food Service, 1989 April 2
III.490Bluebird Body Company Speech, 1989 April 17
III.491Paul Coverdell Testimony, 1989 April 17
III.492ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines] Meeting Speech, 1989 April 19
III.493Congressional Art Competition Speech, 1989 April 28
III.494Women in Aviation, 1989 May 4
III.495Law Enforcement Meeting Speech, 1989 May 5
III.496Harris and Merriwether Advisory Speech, 1989 May 12
III.497Say No to Drugs - LaGrange, 1989 May 12
III.498Leadership Forum - Reverend Flakes, 1989 May 13
III.499Law Enforcement, 1989
III.4100Stars and Stripes Dedication Speech, 1989 May 23
III.4101Naval Sea Systems Command, 1989 June 6
III.4102Columbus Civilian Military Council Speech, 1989 June 16
III.4103Associated General Contractors Speech, 1989 June 20
III.4104Martin Marietta Announcement, 1989 July 7
III.4105National Youth Sports Program, 1989 June 30
III.4106Mt. Zion, St. Mark Speech, 1989 July 10
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III.51Young Farmers, 1989 July 22
III.52Crossroads Bank Speech, undated
III.53August Stump, 1989 August
III.54POW [Prisoners of War] Memorial, 1989 August 5
III.55Boy Scout Court-of-Honor, 1989 August 8
III.56School of Americas Commander Course, 1989 August 9
III.57American Foresters, 1989 August 9
III.58Barnesville Waste Water, 1989 August 11
III.59Mr. White's Introduction to Richard Ray, 1989 August 15
III.510Buena Vista Groundbreaking, 1989 August 15
III.511Police Benevolence Association, 1989 August 15
III.512North Peach Industrial Park Groundbreaking, 1989 September 5
III.513Military Group, 1989 September
III.514Middle Georgia Military Ball, 1989 September 23
III.515U.S. Old Crows, 1989 October 10
III.516Muscogee Reception, 1989 October 13
III.517Carver High School - Ninth Grade, 1989 October 13
III.518Christ United Methodist - Warner Robins, 1989 October 15
III.519Perry Methodist, 1989 October 15
III.520Operation Camelot, 1989 October 20
III.521Perry Methodist, 1989 October 22
III.522Macon College, 1989 October 27
III.523General Hansen's Retirement, 1989 October 29
III.524Moody Air Force Base - Ducks Unlimited, 1989 November 3
III.525Veterans Day - Rosla Remarks, 1989 November 12
III.526Veterans Day - Flag Run, 1989 November 10
III.527Veterans Day - Columbus College, 1989 November 10
III.528Farm City Remarks - Mr. White, 1989 November 17
III.529Highway 19 Speech - Griffin, 1989 December 4
III.530American Ex-POWs [Prisoners of War], 1989 December 5
III.531Project "Spirit" - Fort Benning, 1989 December 7
III.532NARFE [National Association of Retired Federal Employees] Speech, 1989 December 13
III.533Church Home for the Aged, 1989 December 31
III.534Martin Marietta Groundbreaking, 1989 January 26
III.535Mobil Chemical Remarks - Hilda, 1990 February 5
III.536Pentagon Christian Fellowship, 1990 February 7
III.537Black History Observances, 1990 February 12-13
III.538March of Dimes - LaGrange, 1990 February 16
III.539Campbell Chapel AME [African Methodist Episcopal] - Americus, 1990 February 25
III.540Fort Benning Modular Child Care, 1990 March 2
III.541Columbus College Art Competition, 1990 March 2
III.542Academy Day, 1990 March 3
III.543Speech File, 1989
III.544Speech File, 1989-1990
III.545Manchester First Baptist Church, 1990 March 4
III.546National Pest Control Association, 1990 March 6
III.547Cherry Blossom Church Service, 1990 March 18
III.548Macon Cherry Blossom Festival, 1990 March 18
III.549Columbus High School Honor Society, 1990 March 19
III.550Cochran-Bleckley Chamber, 1990 March 23
III.551Art Competition Reception, 1990 March 25
III.552Colonel Jim Daily's Retirement, 1990 March 30
III.553Leslie Antique Fair, 1990 March 30
III.554Swift Textiles, 1990 April 2
III.555Gardner Newman Appreciation Day, 1990 April 6
III.556LaGrange College, 1990 April 6
III.557House of Mercy Check Presentation, 1990 April 10
III.558Southern Wood Supplies, 1990 April 10
III.559Warner Robins Social Security Office Open House, 1990 April 12
III.560General Scott 82nd Birthday, 1990 April 12
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III.61Gold Star Wives, 1990 April 28
III.62Fort Valley Check Presentation, 1990 May 4
III.63LaGrange March of Dimes Walk-A-Thon, 1990 May 5
III.64Porterfield Methodist Senior Adult Rally, 1990 May 7
III.65Flint River Academy Baccalaureate Service, 1990 May 20
III.66Fort Mitchell Memorial Day Speech, 1990 May 28
III.67West Point Rotary Speech, 1990 May 31
III.68Tri-County High School Graduation, 1990 June 1
III.69Sheriffs Advisory Speech, 1990 June 4
III.610Houston County Democratic Rally, 1990 June 9
III.610Gordon College Speech, 1990 June 9
III.611Washington Workshops Speech, 1990 June 19
III.612Warner Robins Senior Citizen Center Speech, 1990 July 14
III.613August '90 Stump Speech, 1990 August
III.614Aerospace Speech, 1990 August 6
III.615L.C. Gaskins Ribbon Cutting, 1990 August 7
III.616Americus Kiwanis Speech, 1990 August 10
III.617LaGrange Rotary Speech, 1990 August 15
III.618Agriculture Advisory Meeting, 1990 August 17
III.619LaGrange Optimist Speech, 1990 August 20
III.620Montezuma Kiwanis, 1990 August 21
III.621NFIB [National Federation of Independent Business] Speech, 1990 August 25
III.622Goodwill Industries Speech, 1990 August 28
III.623Columbus Kiwanis, 1990 August 28
III.624Inauguration of President Joe Ben Welsh - Middle Georgia, 1990 September 8
III.625Middle Georgia Military Ball, 1990 September 22
III.626International Military Officers, 1990 October 24-25
III.627Stump Speech, 1990 November
III.628Chicago Board of Trade, 1990 November 8
III.629American Flag Run - S. Gillespie, 1990 November 10
III.630Rural Health and Primary Care, 1990 November 16
III.631Georgia Jaycees - Young Farmer, 1990 November 19
III.632LaGrange Area Resource Development Program, 1990 November 19
III.633Reserve Officers Association, 1991 January 8
III.634Georgia Pest Control Association, 1991 January 9
III.635Warner Robins Aerospace Industry, 1991 January 10
III.636East Columbus Rotary Club, 1991 January 15
III.637Airo Club, 1991 January 16
III.638Columbus Chamber Breakfast, 1991 January 17
III.639Academy Day, 1991 February 2
III.640Methodist College Presidents' Wives, 1991 February 6
III.641Black History Month, 1991 February 11-12
III.642Mr. White Remarks Re: Gulf War, 1991 February 24
III.643Black History Special Order, 1991 February 27
III.644Lawrence Welk -1 minute, 1991 February 27
III.645Academy Day, 1990 March 3-4
III.646Warner Robins Aerospace Industry Committee, 1991 January 10
III.647Third District Aerospace and Defense Committee Symposium, 1990 August 6
III.648Third District Agriculture Advisory Committee Meeting, 1990 August 17
III.649Dedication of the Church Home for the Aged, 1989 December 31
III.650Americus Kiwanis Meeting, 1990 August 10
III.65117th Environmental Symposium, American Defense Preparedness Association, 1990 April 4
III.652Columbus College Art Competition, 1989. February 24
III.653Third District Art Competition, 1989-1990
III.654Atlantic Southeast Airlines, 1989 April 19
III.655AT&T -- Bell Telephone Labs, 1990 January 22
III.656August Stump Speech, undated
III.657Women in Aviation, 1989 May 4
III.658Middle Georgia Military Ball, 1989 September 23
III.659Ribbon Cutting -- Barnesville Waste Waer Pollution Control Plant, 1989 August 11
III.660Black History Observance, 1989 February 12-13
III.661Black History Month, 1989
III.662Blue Bird Body Company, 1989 April 17
III.663Boy Scout Court of Honor, 1989 August 8
III.664Buena Vista Ground Breaking and Flag Presentation, 1989 August 15
III.665Operation Camelot, 1989 October 20
III.666Cochran -- Bleckley Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner, 1990 March 23
III.667[Description of Congress], undated
III.668Welcoming Remarks to Chamber Fly-In, 1990 September 26
III.669Macon Cherry Blossom Festival -- Church Service, 1990 March 18
III.670Campbell Chapel A.M.E. [African Methodist Episcopal] Church - "Christian Comments form an Admitted Politician", 1990 February 25
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III.71"Christian Comments from an Admitted Politician", 1989-1990
III.72Columbus College Art Competition, 1990 March 2
III.73Columbus High National Honor Society Breakfast, 1990 March 19
III.74Columbus Kiwanis, 1990 August 28
III.75School of the Americas Command and General Staff Officer Course, 1989 August 9
III.76Paul D. Coverdell - Peace Corps Director-Designee, undated
III.77Dixie Crow Club, 1989 March 23
III.78Association of Old Crows, 1989 October 10
III.79Colonel James Daily's Retirement Ceremony, 1990 March 30
III.710March of Dimes - Columbus, 1990 February 19
III.711March of Dimes - LaGrange, 1990 February 16
III.712Grand Bay MARSH [Matching Aid to Restore State's Habitat] Project, 1989 November 3
III.713Blanton Creek Ducks Unlimited Marsh Dedication, 1990 March 16
III.714Middle Georgia Chapter of the American Ex-POWs [Prisoners of War], 1989 December 5
III.715Georgia Farm Bureau Young Farmer Tour, 1989 July 22
III.716Farm-City Breakfast - Zebulon United Methodist Church Annex - Arthur White, undated
III.717Leadership Forum - Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, 1989 May 13
III.718Flint River Academy Baccalaureate Service, 1990 May 20
III.719Airport Tours, undated
III.720Third District Chamber Fly-In, 1989 September 27
III.721Georgia School Food Service Association, 1989 April 2
III.722Georgia Division of the Society of American Foresters, 1989 August 9
III.723Fort Benning National Prayer Breakfast Speech, 1989 February 7
III.724Fort Mitchell National Cemetery, 1990 May 28
III.725Pettigrew Foundation Check Presentation, 1990 May 4
III.726Georgia Jaycees, 1990 November 17
III.727Georgia Pest Control Association, 1991 January 9
III.728Newnan Rotary Club, 1991 November 8
III.729Columbus College Art Competition, 1991 March 1
III.730Warner Robins Chamber Briefing, 1991 March 4
III.731Leadership Georgia, 1991 March 8
III.732Welcome Back to Fort Benning, 1991 March 8
III.733Macon Cherry Blossom Festival, 1991 March 17
III.734Special Order on the Gulf War, 1991 March 20
III.735Northside High School, 1991 April 5
III.736Perry Soldiers - Welcome Home, 1991 April 6
III.737Hawkinsville Troops - Welcome Home, 1991 April 7
III.738Walter F. George Office Dedication, 1991 April 8
III.739Art Competition Reception, 1991 April 14
III.740Columbus Social Security, 1991 April 26
III.741Federal Managers - Public Service Appreciation, 1991 May 6
III.742Lamar County High School Honors Program, 1991 May 6
III.743Carter Appreciation Dinner, 1991 May 11
III.744Thomaston - Upson County Airport, 1991 May 13
III.745Rosalynn Carter Intro, 1991 May 16
III.746Callaway Troops Ceremony, 1991 May 18
III.747Columbus Airport Ribbon Cutting, 1991 May 31
III.748Eisenhower Interchange Ribbon Cutting, 1991 May 31
III.749Robins Air Force Base Health Services Ribbon Cutting, 1991 June 21
III.750Warner Robins Military Comptrollers, 1991 June 21
III.751Defense Symposium, 1991 July 15
III.752Georgia State American Legion, 1991 July 19
III.753Americus Housing Authority - Mr. White Letter, 1991 August 28
III.754'91 Chamber Fly-In, 1991 September 11
III.755Third District Law Enforcement, 1991 September 23
III.756Army Students Luncheon, 1991 September 24
III.757Robins Air Force Base Ribbon Cuttings, 1991 October 7
III.758Edgewood Baptist - Men's Prayer Breakfast, 1991 October 12
III.759Society for Quality Control in Central Georgia, 1991 October 14
III.760North Atlantic Assembly - Madrid, 1991 October 19
III.761Georgia YMCA - Washington Seminar, 1991 October 29
III.762November '91 Civic Club Speech, 1991 November
III.763Retired Eastern Airline Employees, 1991 November 4
III.764Air Force Vehicle Directorate - ADPA [American Defense Preparedness Association] Robins Air Force Base, 1991 November 8
III.765Veterans' Day Festivities, 1991 November 8-12
III.766Vienna-Dooly County - Veterans Dedication, 1991 November 9
III.767Columbus Veterans Memorial/Flag Run, 1991 November 11
III.768Warner Robins Home Builders Association, 1991 November 12
III.769Robins Air Force Base Ribbon Cutting-Engineering Testing, 1991 November 22
III.770Warm Springs Fish Hatchery Ribbon Cutting, 1991 November 25
III.771Georgia Farm Bureau's Appreciation Dinner, 1991 November 25
III.772Warner Robins Chamber - Aerospace Industry, 1992 January 7
III.773Shoreline Management Forum, 1992 January 7
III.774School of the Americas Ribbon Cutting, 1992 February 14
III.775Clayton State College - Roger Marietta, 1992 February 17
III.776Columbus College Art Competition, 1992 March 6
III.777House of Mercy VIP Day, 1992 March 15
III.778Macon Cherry Blossom Festival, 1992 March 22
III.779April Stump Speech, 1992 April
III.780Fort Benning Military Retiree Open House, 1992 April 4
III.781Third District Art Competition Reception, 1992 April 26
III.782Stump Speeches and Topics, 1992 April
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III.81Farm Bureau Leadership Conference, 1992 May 9
III.82Fort Gillem Armed Forces Day, 1992 May 16
III.83Mercer (in Griffin) Ecology/Biology Class, 1992 May 18
III.84Foxhill Academy Graduation, 1992 May 28
III.85Flat Rock Baptist - Welcoming Pastor, 1992 September 3
III.86Columbus DAR [Daughters of the American Revolution] Meeting, 1992 September 3
III.87Perry Kiwanis, 1992 December 15
III.88Stump Speech, 1987 August
III.89Georgia Textile Association, 1987 September 11
III.810Jimmy Carter Historical Site Hearing, 1987 September 17
III.811Federal Managers, 1987 August 18
III.812Columbus Vocational Technical, 1987 September 24
III.813LaGrange Kiwanis, 1987 September 24
III.814American Comptrollers, 1987 September 25
III.815Pig Jig, 1987 October 6
III.816Macon Sesquicentennial, 1987 October 17
III.817Rowland Church, 1987 October 18
III.818Environmental Restoration Panel, 1987 November 2
III.819Old Crow, 1987 November 11
III.820Georgia Southwestern Graduation, 1988 December 5
III.821Grace Baptist, 1988 January 3
III.822Columbus Concerned Citizens, 1988 January 10
III.823Daedalions, 1988 January 11
III.824Military Personnel Compensation Hearing, 1988 January 29
III.824Minority Council, 1988 February 12
III.825Peanut Speech, 1988 February 19
III.826Contra Floor Statement, 1988 March 9
III.827Hogansville Pilots Club, 1988 March 14
III.828Primus Clinic Opening, 1988 April 29
III.829Flight Jackets, 1988 May 10
III.830Bill Glass Crusade, 1988 May 21
III.831Reelection Announcement, 1988 June
III.832Cadet Graduation, 1988 June 3
III.833LaGrange College, 1988 June 4
III.834Sheriffs Advisory Committee, 1988 June 10
III.835EMC [Electric Membership Cooperatives], 1988 June 11
III.836Pre Legislative Forum, 1988
III.837Floor Statements, 1983
III.838Floor Statements 102nd Congress, 1991-1992
III.839Floor Statements 101st Congress, 1989-1990
III.840Floor Statements 100th Congress, 1987-1988
III.841Floor Statements 99th Congress, 1985-1986
III.842Floor Statements 98th Congress, 1983-1984



Subseries B: Press Releases, 1981-1992

Extent: 6.0 boxes (5.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries B: Press Releases contains the final copy of press releases issued by Ray. Regular topics include the military, grants received by groups within the third district, and political and campaign announcements, and to a lesser extent agriculture, budget and taxation, government operations, and international affairs. Topics about the military include Academy Day, funding, military bases at Fort Benning and Robins Air Force Base, and services to veterans.
Pressed Pictures with RBR
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III.843Shop Award, 1987 July 16
III.844Art Competition Picture, 1987 July 13
III.845Hervia Ingram, Jr. Visits Washington, 1987 June 15
III.846May Pictures, 1987 May
III.847NFIB [National Federation of Independent Business], 1987 March 6
III.848Letisha Bassett of Talbotton in Presidential Classroom, 1987 February 25
III.849Two Perry Students in Presidential Classroom, 1987 February 11
III.850Butts County Close-Up Student, 1987 February 4
III.851Troup County Close-Up Students, 1987 February 4
III.852Lamar County Close-Up Students, 1987 January 28
III.853Pike County Close-Up Students, 1987 January 28
III.854Congressman Ray Sworn in 100th Congress, 1987 January 6
III.855Edward Dawson and Henry Thomas of Columbus, 1986 December 18
III.856Rotary Exchange Students Visit Washington, 1986 December 2
III.857Clark Family Visits Washington and Congressman Ray, 1986 October 20
III.858Marc Acree Visits Congressman Ray, 1986 October 20
III.859The Hortmans and the Thompsons Visit Washington, 1986 October 15
III.860Adams Visit DC, 1986 August 13
III.861Andersons Visit DC, 1986 August 13
III.862Leonard Bell Visits Ray, 1986 May 13
III.863Washingtons Visit DC, 1986 August 13
III.864Hope Garrett Visits DC, 1986 August 13
III.865Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Visits DC, 1986 August 13
III.866Mayor Meeks Visits RBR, 1986 August 13
III.867Pauls Visit DC, 1986 August 13
III.868Tripps Visit DC, 1986 August 13
III.869Ira Foster Visits Ray, 1986 July 30
III.870Stephanie Hooks and Carl and Betty Hammock Visit DC, 1986 July 30
III.871Second Memorial Baptist Church of Perry Visits DC, 1986 July 30
III.872Joachim Lotz (Exchange Student) Visits Ray, 1986 July 30
III.873Justin Goodroe Visits DC, 1986 July 21
III.874Jennifer Delson Visits DC, 1986 July 21
III.875Cawthorns Visit Washington, 1986 July 21
III.876Congressional Scholars Visit DC, 1986 April 1
III.877Lamar County Closeup Students Visit Ray, 1986 June 10
III.878Rumph Visits Ray, 1986 June 10
III.879Heather Wright Visits Ray, 1986 June 10
III.880Warner Robins Chamber Visits Ray, 1986 May 13
III.881Harris County 4-H Club Members Visit Ray, 1986 May 13
III.882Henderson High Students Visit Ray, 1986 May 13
III.883Bob Kindred Visits Ray, 1986 May 13
III.884Robert E. Lee Jr. High Students Visit Ray, 1986 May 13
III.885Phillips, MacKeigan, Jackson, and Green Visit Ray, 1986 May 13
III.886Tyson and Chapman Visit DC, 1986 April 1
III.887Pine Mt. Citizens Visit DC, 1986 April 1
III.888Houston County Gifted Students Visit DC, 1986 April 1
III.889LaGrange Close-Up Students Visit and Ray Receives Award, 1986 February 26
III.890Nina Dobbs Visits Ray, 1986 February 26
III.891Dr. Lowrey (Americus Board of Education) Photo, 1985 February 18
III.892Mack Family Visits DC, 1986 January 7
III.893Lucien and Sharon Cousins Visit Washington, 1985 November 20
III.894Newberrys and Cawthons Visit Washington, 1985 October 16
III.895Michael Mashburn and Family Visit, 1985 June 25
III.896GMA [Georgia Municipal Association] Officials Visit Washington, 1985 March 30
III.897Reverend Roberts, 1985 March 19
III.898Dalton Girl Scouts, 1985 March 19
III.899Troupe County High School Students Photo, 1985 February 18
III.8100Dr. Porter, Dr. Burse Photo, 1985 February 18
III.8101John and Joyce Sirmon of Perry Visit, 1985 July 22
III.8102Evangel Choir Visits, 1985 June 25
III.8103Karen Laster (Americus) Visits, 1985 June 25
III.8104Lewis Bryant/EMC [Electric Membership Cooperatives] Visit, 1985 May 29
III.8105Warner Robins/North Houston County Chamber Visit, 1985 May 29
III.8106Tri-County High Band Visits, 1985 April 15
III.8107Greenville Mayor Visits, 1985 April 15
III.8108Fort Valley Scouts, 1985 March 21
III.8109Perry High School Students, 1985 February 21
III.8110Americus Housing Authority Photo, 1985 February 18
III.8111Fort Valley Debate Team, 1985 February 18
III.8112Fred and Dot Williams Visit Fort Valley, 1985 February
III.8113Local Students Visit DC, 1984 May
III.8114Thomaston Group, 1984 March 3
III.8115Dr. Burse in Washington, 1984 February 28
III.8116Sheriff Greathouse Visits, 1984 January 23
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III.8117Fire Prevention Grant for West Point County, 1986 December 9
III.8118DOE [Department of Education] Grant for Muscogee, 1986 December 9
III.8119HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for Ellaville, 1986 October 20
III.8120HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for Butler Unadilla and Greenville, 1986 October 14
III.8121HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grants for Columbus and Americus, 1986 October 14
III.8122HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for Harris County and Barnesville, 1986 September 29
III.8123HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for LaGrange, 1986 September 26
III.8124DOE [Department of Education] Grant for Gordon Jr., 1986 September 24
III.8125HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Announcements for Columbus, Woodland, Harris County, Byron, and Roberta, 1986 September 19
III.8126Woodbury to Get New Post Office Building, 1986 September 19
III.8127Frito Lay Grant, 1986 September 12
III.8128Ray Announces Grants for Marshallville, 1986 September 11
III.8129Ray Announces FHA [Farmers Home Administration] Grant for Ellaville, 1986 August 27
III.8130Ray Announces Art Grant for LaGrange, 1986 August 27
III.8131Ray Announces Grant for Warner Robins, 1986 August 22
III.8132Ray Announces HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for Perry, 1986 August 6
III.8133Ray Announces HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for Montezuma, 1986 August 6
III.8134Ray Announces HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for West Point, 1986 August 6
III.8135Ray Announces Grant for Vienna, 1986 July 2
III.8136Ray Announces Grant for Warner Robins, 1986 July 2
III.8137Ray Announces Grant for Columbus, 1986 July 2
III.8138Ray Announces Grant for Buena Vista, 1986 May 7
III.8139Ray Announces Robins Air Force Base Contract for Baker Avionics, 1986 May 6
III.8140Ray Announces FHA [Farmers Home Administration] Loan and Grant for Greenville, 1986 May 1
III.8141Ray Announces $303,000 Grant for LaGrange Airport, 1986 March 5
III.8142Ray Announces EDA [Economic Development Administration] Grant for Perry, 1985 November 19
III.8143Ray Announces Grant for LaGrange Airport, 1985 November 19
III.8144Weaver Park Grant in Thomaston, 1985 November 7
III.8145"Ray Announces Grant for Reynolds", 1985 November 6
III.8146"Ray Announces Grant for Woodland", 1985 November 6
III.8147"Ray Announces Grant for Columbus", 1985 September 24
III.8148"Ray Announces Warm Springs Airport Grant", 1985 September 5
III.8149"Ray Announces grant and Loan for Mountville", 1985 August 19
III.8150Ray Announces Grant for Talbotton, 1985 April 23
III.8151Ray Announces FHA [Farmer's Home Administration] Funds for Vienna, 1985 March 19
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III.91Ray Announces CDB [Community Development Block] Grants, 1984 October 3
III.92Columbus College Receives Trio Grants, 1984 August
III.93HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant for Warner Robins, 1984 June 21
III.94Ray Announces HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grants, 1984 June 20
III.95Columbus Airport Grant, 1984 January 10
III.96Grant Announcements Geneva, Luthersville, Centerville, 1983 August 23
III.97Grant to Americus and Montezuma by Interior Department, 1983 August 19
III.98Grant to Macon County, 1983 August 10
III.99Action Grant to Columbus, 1983 May 24
III.910Grant to Butler, 1983 May 9
III.911UDAG [Urban Development Action Grant] LaGrange Grant, 1983 April 27
III.912UDAG [Urban Development Action Grant] Thomaston Grant, 1983 April 27
III.913Impact Aid to Houston County, 1983 April 20
III.914Grant to Pulaski, 1983 April 13
III.915Grant to Dooly County, 1983 April 13
III.916Ray Announces Funding for West Point Lake Area, 1983 March 28
III.917Southern Field Grant - Americus, 1983 February 13
III.918Benning Telephone Grant, 1983 March 9
III.919Airport Grant, undated
III.920National Institutes of Health - New Grants and Awards, 1986 April-June
III.921Contracts Pressed by Phone, 1987 May
III.922Staff Press Releases, 1986 September 29
III.923Nonpressed Grant Announcements, 1986-1987
III.924Radio Shows, 1983-1987
III.925Radio Shows - Radio Show - Health Catastrophic Bill 2470, 1987 July 30
III.926Radio Show - "Update", 1987 April
III.927Les' Memorandums, 1987
III.928Arthur's General Speeches, undated
III.929Speech and Media Coaches, 1986 October
III.930Press Production Companies, 1987
III.931National Journal, 1987
III.932Information on Congressman Ray, 1986
III.933Quote File, 1987
III.934Ray Cosponsors Withholding Tax Repeal, 1983 March 7
III.935Freshman Armed Services Members Inspect Bases, 1983 February 7
III.936$ 23 Million Southern Ambulance Builders, 1983 January 28
III.937Ray Named to Procurement and Investigations Subcommittees, 1983 January 26
III.938SB [Small Business] Legislative Veto, 1983 January 25
III.939Cochran Chamber of Commerce - Ray's "Common Sense" Approach to Economic Improvement, 1983 January 20
III.940Appointment to Small Business Committee, 1983 January 6
III.941Toll Free Number, undated
III.942AS [Armed Services] Committee Appointment, 1983 January 4
III.943Richard Ray Takes Oath of Office, 1983. January 3
III.944Ray's Election to Congress, 1982 November 2
III.945Ray's Position on contracting Out, 1982 October 25
III.946Ray Calls for Large Voter Turnout, 1982 October 25
III.947Ray Challenges Elliott, 1982 October 23
III.948Columbus Newspapers' Endorsement of Ray, 1982 October 23
III.949Ray Campaigns at Fort Valley and Columbus Colleges, 1982 October 21
III.950Brinkley's Endorsement of Ray, 1982 October 18
III.951Nunn and Carter Endorsements, 1982 October 15
III.952An American Christmas - December Column, undated
III.953January Column - "Promises to Keep", undated
III.954February Column, undated
III.955March Column - Farming, 1985 March 15
III.956April Column, undated
III.957May Column - Veterans, undated
III.958June Column - A Christmas Tree in August, undated
III.959June Column, undated
III.960July Column, undated
III.961August Column -- Happy Birthday to Social Security, undated
III.962September Column -- Health Care, 1985
III.963October Column, undated
III.964November Column Espionage, 1985
III.965A Christmas Tragedy - December Column, 1985
III.966The Passage of Historic Legislation - January Column, 1986
III.967March Column, 1986
III.968May Column, 1986
III.969A Tribute to Small Business and the SBA [Small Business Administration] - June Column, undated
III.970August Column - "An Affordable Defense", 1986
III.971Veteran's Day Column, 1986 November 7
III.972Philippines Column, 1986 December 1
III.973District Offices, 1985 May
III.974Drunk Driving PSA [Public Service Announcement] WTVM-9 (Columbus), 1985 May
III.975Drunk Driving - WSB TV Opener, 1985 May
III.976Drunk Driving - Radio PSA [Public Service Announcement], 1985 May
III.977Agricultural Commission Radio Tape Script, 1985 April 1
III.978December Radio Show, 1986 December 3
III.979December Radio Show, 1984
III.980Radio Transcripts, 1983-1984
III.981March Radio Show, undated
III.982April Radio Show, undated
III.983Ray Pushes Reagan to Form Agriculture Commission, 1985 March 11
III.984Farm Emergency Credit Act Ray Votes Aid to Farmers, 1985 February 27
III.985Ray Introduces Carter Site/House Passes, 1986 October 1
III.986Ray Pushes for VA [Veterans Administration] Clinic in Chattahoochee Valley, 1986 February 27
III.987Introduction, 1987 August
III.988Civil Air Patrol, 1986 December
III.989Boy Scouts, 1987
III.990Rural Development Hearing, 1987 July 20
III.991AFLC [Air Force Logistics Center] Command, 1987 September 12
III.992Reelection/BBQ Remarks, undated
III.993BBQ 8-17, undated
III.994August Recess Speech, undated
III.995Biography, 1987
III.996Office Hours/Town Visits, 1987
III.997Travel Memo, 1986
III.998Travel Memo, 1986 July 16
III.99911-10 Airport Tour, undated
III.9100Hangar and Overpass Approval 7-15, undated
III.9101North Memo, 1987 July 9
III.9102Balanced Budget Amendment Column, 1987 July 2
III.9103Mercer Kaolin Chair Letter for Press Conference, 1987 May 28
III.9104Ray Returns Home: Recovery on Schedule, 1987 May 27
III.9105Ray Appointed to Air Force Academy Board, 1987 May 22
III.9106Benning to Get aA-76 Extension -- Ray, Nichols, Nunn, 1987 May 13
III.9107Ray Honored by Dairy Farmers, 1987 May 13
III.9108Heart Surgery, 1987 May 11-12
III.9109Letter to Graduating Seniors, 1987 May 8
III.9110Trade Column, 1987 May 8
III.9111Rangel Meeting Cancellation Script and Release, 1987 May 4
III.9112Chris Toole Wins Third District Art Competition, 1987 April 30
III.9113Angie Chaney Intern in Columbus, 1987 April 22
III.9114Third District Art Competition Reception, 1987 April 22
III.9115Three Spring Interns in District Offices, 1987 April 15
III.9116Small Business Meeting in Reynolds Helps Small Business, 1987 April 15
III.9117Columbus Office Hours, 1987 April 14
III.9118Apply Early for Academies, 1987 April 10
III.9119Bicentennial of Constitution Column, 1987 April 1
III.9120Ray Rowland Against Nuclear Waste Site in Georgia, 1987 April 1
III.9121Small Business Meeting in Reynolds, 1987 March 30
III.9122Paul Trevino Appointed to Merchant Marine Academy, 1987 March 25
III.9123NOTCH Column [Social Security], 1987 March 18
III.9124GI Bill Passes House, 1987 March 17
III.9125Ray Testifies for Million at Robins, 1987 March 13
III.9126Ray Appointed Chairman of Environmental Panel, 1987 March 12
III.9127VA [Veterans Administration] Clinic in Columbus Testimony, 1987 March 11
III.9128Veterans Resolution to Stop VA [Veterans Administration] Budget Cuts, 1987 March 9
III.9129Ray Cosponsors Veterans Association, 1987 March 9
III.9130Air Base Defense Release, 1987 March 5
III.9131$300 Million to Central America Press Conference, 1987 March 4
III.9132Defense Authorization 1987 (Three Releases), 1987 April 8
III.9133Academy Day Big Success, 1987 February 28
III.9134Ray Cosponsors Textile Bill, 1987 February 20
III.9135Ray Holds Agriculture Meeting in Byron, 1987 February 19
III.9136Ray Supports New GI Bill, 1987 February 19
III.9137Academy Day, 1987 February 11
III.9138O'Neal Rooks Interns with Congressman Ray, 1987 February 9
III.9139Agriculture Press Conference, 1987 February 5
III.9140Calloway Airport Grant, 1987 January 30
III.9141State of the Union Reaction, 1987 January 29
III.9142Third District Art Competition Hosted by Ray and CVAA [Chattahoochee Valley Art Association], 1987 January 16
III.9143Ray to Hold Columbus Office Hours, 1987 January 26
III.9144RBR's Press Schedules, undated
III.91451987 Milcon Requests, 1987 January 5
III.9146Washington Staff Changes, 1986 January 5
III.9147December Press Report, 1986
III.9148Robins Named as Support for JSTARS [Joint Surveillance and Target for a New Radar System], 1986 December 12
III.9149Reaction to Iranian Crisis, 1986 November 26
III.9150Ray Announces 1987 Arts Competition, 1986 November 20
III.9151Armed Services Trip to the Philippines, 1986 November 10
III.9152Ray Removes Personnel Ceilings, 1986 October 31
III.9153Academy Day '87, 1986 October
III.9154Amalgamated Transit Union Endorsement of Congressman Ray, 1986 October 27
III.9155Aspin to Visit Fort Benning, 1986 October 23
III.9156Reaction to Summit, 1986 October 14
III.9157Fairchild Plant Closing, 1986 October 17
III.9158Statement on Dr. King Bust, 1986 October 17
III.9159Robert Evans Makes McDonalds Band, 1986 October 14
III.9160Playtex (Manchester) Workers Eligible for Relief, 1986 October 14
III.9161Ray Cosponsors Retiree Bill, 1986 October 1
III.9162Ray Overrides Apartheid Veto, 1986 October 1
III.9163Jeff Rowland Spends Day with RBR, 1986 September 30
III.9164House Votes for Child Law, 1986 September 29
III.9165Ray Votes No on Reconciliation, 1986 September 26
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III.101Ray Opposes Parental Leave and Notification Bill, 1986 September 26
III.102Ray Votes No on Tax Bill, 1986 September 25
III.103Ray Quotes Thomaston Man in Tax Debate, 1986 September 25
III.104Ray Quotes Perry Boy in Tax Debate, 1986 September 25
III.105Congress Passes Fish Hatchery in Warm Springs, 1986 September 24
III.106Ray Reacts to Northrop Decision to Build in Perry, 1986 September 22
III.107Letter to LaGrange Daily News Editor Re: Dr. Cary, 1986 September 18
III.108Bernise Bush Joins Congressman Ray's Staff, 1986 September 16
III.109Ray's Response to Reagan's New Drug Testing Policy, 1986 September 16
III.1010Ray Praises Legislation and Declaration of Disaster in Georgia, 1986 August 7
III.1011Ray to Hold Warner Robins Office Hours, 1986 August 7
III.1012Ray to Hold Columbus Office Hours, 1986 August 7
III.1013Ray to Hold LaGrange Office Hours, 1986 August 7
III.1014Ray Announces House Fails to Override Textile Veto, 1986 August 6
III.1015Fort Benning to be Permanent Location for School of Americas, 1986 August 6
III.10161987 Funding Cleared for School of the Americas, 1986 August 4
III.1017Warm Springs Fish Hatchery, 1986 August 1
III.1018Ray to Vote for Textile Veto Override, 1986 August 1
III.1019Ray Assures Warm Springs Fish Hatchery Funding, 1986 August 1
III.1020Ray Receives 1986 National Security Leadership Award, 1986 July 25
III.1021John Lavender and RBR Meet Charlton Heston, 1986 July 17
III.1022Ray Sponsored Amendment Influentialin Subcommittee Hearing on Textile's Importance to Defense Community, 1986 July 22
III.1023Ray Receives 1986 National Security Leadership Award, 1986 July 25
III.1024Ray Writes Secretary of Agriculture in Response to Georgia Drought Situation, 1986 July 21
III.1025Legette Begins Internship with Ray, 1986 July 10
III.1026Skelton/Edwards/Ray/Shandler Bi-Part Amendment Approved in House, 1986 June 26
III.1027Ray Joins Caucus in Interest of Soybeans, 1986 June 24
III.1028Hughes Aircraft Makes Washington Internship Possible, 1986 June 23
III.1029Ray and Georgia Congressional Delegation Sponsor Small Business Procurement Conference, 1986 June 19
III.1030Columbus Crime Stoppers, 1986 June 19
III.1031Ray Meets with Contras in Central America, 1986 June 6
III.1032Ray Announces Third District US Service Academy Appointees, 1986 June
III.1033Ray Letter Eliminates Funding for Nuclear Waste Site, 1986 June 20
III.10341987 Milcon - Subcommittee Approval, 1987
III.1035Ray Announces DOE [Department of Energy] Has Withdrawn Nuclear Waste Dump Proposal, 1986 May 28
III.1036Academy Appointees Press Conference, undated
III.1037Ray Secures Funding for 13th Street Viaduct, 1986 May 23
III.1038Ray Discontinues Calendars for Budget Cuts, 1986 May 21
III.1039Ray Cosponsors Two Pieces of Legislation to Aid Federal Workers, 1985 May 15
III.1040Financial Disclosure Statement, 1986 May 27
III.1041Abolish Limousines for the House Leadership, 1986 May 9
III.1042Ray Encourages Third District Cooperation with Drug Smuggling Awareness Program, 1986 May 13
III.10431986 High School Graduation Letter, 1986 May 1
III.1044Ray and DLC [Democratic Leadership Council] Send Summit Suggestions to Reagan, 1986 May 1
III.1045Nuclear Waste Repository, 1986 April 22
III.1046Ray Thanks Thatcher, Criticizes Mitterand, 1986 April 24
III.1047Ray Cosponsors Frank Legislation, 1986 April 24
III.1048Ray Opposes Increase in Congressional Earnings, 1986 April 24
III.1049Ray Statement Supporting Warm Springs Fish Hatchery, undated
III.1050Ray Promotes Georgia Tourism, 1986 April 22
III.1051Ray Cosponsors Legislation Against Nuclear Waste Repository, 1986 April 22
III.1052Statement on Attack on Libya, 1986 April 15
III.1053Rebecca O'Neil Interns with Ray, 1986 April 11
III.1054Ray Continues with Small Business Farm Hearings, 1986 April 11
III.1055Ray Urges Reagan on Establishment of National Agricultural Policy Commission, 1986 April 9
III.1056Ray Sets Pace for Congressional Budget Cuts, 1986 April 4
III.1057Ray Holds Third District Minority Advisory Committee Meeting, 1986 April 4
III.1058RBR Makes Anthony Norman's Floor Statement, 1986 April 1
III.1059Shuttle Explosion Statement, undated
III.1060Ray Wins 1985 Golden Bulldog Award, 1986 January 31
III.1061Academy Nominations, 1986 January 10
III.1062Ray Fears Effect of Veto on Textile Industry, 1985 December 18
III.1063Ray Signs J.R. 27 Letter, undated
III.1064Ray to Sponsor Arts Competition, 1985 December 17
III.1065Statement on President Reagan's Speech to the Congress, 1985 November 21
III.1066"Ray Announces House Action on Milcon Bill", 1985 November 21
III.1067Marla Phillips Joins Congressman Ray's Staff, 1985 November 20
III.1068Southland Academy High School Visits Washington, 1985 November 20
III.1069"Ray Continues Push for Third Infantry Legislation", 1985 November 12
III.1070Tribute to America's Veterans, 1985 November 6
III.1071Kimberly Jean Talor Joins RBR's Columbus Office, 1985 October 25
III.1072Sumter County Residents Testify at Carter Hearing, 1985 November 1
III.1073Don Fentem Interns with Ray 10/21, undated
III.1074Ray Supports Balanced Budget, 1985 October 11
III.1075Ray to Host Veterans' Symposium, 1985 August 27
III.1076Ray to Host Farm Hearings, 1985 August 15
III.1077"Ray to Host Hearing on Family Farm", 1985 August 15
III.1078RBR Appointed to Special Operations Forces Panel, 1985 August 14
III.1079RBR Appointed to DOD [Department of Defense] Panel to Study Environment, 1985 August 13
III.1080White House Small Business Conference, undated
III.1081West Point Receives HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant, 1985 July 23
III.1082Small Business Forum - Second Release, 1985 July 17
III.1083McNealy Interns with Ray, 1985 July
III.1084VA [Veterans Administration] Symposium, 1985 July
III.1085Speech to Jessi's Church, 1985 July 7
III.1086Ray to Host Small Business Forum, 1985 July 5
III.1087House Passes Procurement Reform, 1985 July 2
III.1088Coalition for Peace Through Strength Award, 1985 July 1
III.1089New Military Retirement Proposal, 1985 June 27
III.1090LaGrange Progress Edition Article, 1985 June 26
III.1091House Passes Ray Textile Amendment, 1985 June 21
III.1092Ray Supports Core Logistics Amendment, 1985 June 20
III.1093Plains to Host Carter Historic Site Hearing, 1985 June 19
III.1094Columbus Native Receives Art Award, 1985 June 19
III.1095Ray to Introduce Textile Amendment, 1985 June 19
III.1096Reception to Honor Ruth, 1985 June 17
III.1097Ric Giddons Internship, 1985 June 13
III.1098Family Reunion Month Passed, 1985 June 12
III.1099Family Reunion Month, 1985 June 13
III.10100Family Reunion Month, 1985 June 12
III.10101Jimmy Carter Site Hearings to Be Held in Plains, 1985 June 10
III.10102Agricultural Commission Names, 1985 May 15
III.10103Coalition for Peace Through Strength Award, 1985 June 2
III.10104Michael Mashburn Intern Summary, 1985 May 29
III.10105Southland Academy Band Visits, 1985 May 29
III.10106Warner Robins Office Hours, 1985 May 28
III.10107Sunday School Speech, 1985 May 25
III.10108Sunday School Speech, 1985 April
III.10109Standard Town Meeting Press Release, 1985 April
III.10110Ray Supports Flextime for Federal Workers, 1985 May 22
III.10111Family Reunion Month Passes House, 1985 May 15
III.10112Ray Supports Federal Employees Health Plan, 1985 May 14
III.10113Ray Signs onto POW/MIA [Prisoners of War/Missing in Action] Legislation, 1985 May 13
III.10114Armed Forces Day Letter to Editor, undated
III.10115REA [Rural Electrification Administration] Statement, 1985 May 10
III.10116Cuartel Funds for Benning, 1985 May 9
III.10117South Africa's Apartheid Policy, undated
III.10118End Strengths Limitation Lifted, 1985 May 25
III.10119Ray Agricultural Committee Meets, 1985 March 29
III.10120Internal Auditors Speech, 1985 April 26
III.10121Ray Introduces Agricultural Commission Resolution, 1985 April 25
III.10122Horizons 60 Club Visits, 1985 April 24
III.10123WalkAmerica 1985 Releases, 1985
III.10124Mashburn Intern with Ray, 1985 April 19
III.10125Statement on Contras, 1985 April 19
III.10126Marla's Intern Summary, 1985 April 2
III.10127Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Task Force, 1985 April 10
III.10128We Are the World Proclaims Ray, 1985 April 3
III.10129Fort Valley Scouts Ask Ray to Protect Environment, 1985 April 2
III.10130Fort Benning Scouts Have Telephone Talk with Reagan, 1985 April 2
III.10131Ray Testifies in Support Peanut Program, 1985 April 2
III.10132Marla's Intern Report, 1985 March 30
III.10133Ray Appointed to Arms Control Panel, 1985 Mach 29
III.10134Ray Votes for MX Funds [Missiles], 1985 March 28
III.10135Ray Votes to Release MX Funds [Missiles], 1985 March 27
III.10136Ray Meets with White House on Agricultural Commission Proposal, 1985 March 25
III.10137Ray Joins in Introducing Textile Quota Legislation, 1985 March 19
III.10138Ray Forms Nucleus of Agricultural Advisory Committee, 1985 March 9
III.10139District Art Competition Winners Announced, 1985 March 8
III.10140Ray Forms Advisory Committees, 1985 March 6
III.10141Health Care Hearing Held, 1985 February 22
III.10142Corridor Z Statement, 1985 February 27
III.10143Ray Distributes Alcohol Booklet, 1985 February 21
III.10144Arts Competition, 1985 February 17
III.10145Budget Statement, 1985 February 5
III.10146Troup County Office Hours, 1985 February 4
III.10147Statement on Reagan's State of the Union, undated
III.10148Statement on Reagan's Budget, 1985 February 4
III.10149Ray Expands AS [Armed Services] Subcommittee Role, 1985 January 31
III.10150Statement on ATMI [American Textile Manufacturers Institute] Textile/Import Figures, 1985 January 31
III.10151Statements on Rail Line Closings in Georgia, 1985 January 29
III.10152Academy Nominations, 1985 January 24
III.10153Rowland and Ray to Hold Health Hearings, 1985 January 15
III.10154Skye Bassett, 1985 January 22
III.10155Statements on Reagan's Inaugural Speech, 1985 January 21
III.10156Family Reunion Month, 1985 January 19
III.10157Draft Statements on Orson Swindle, 1985 January 17
III.10158Ray Staffer Participates in King Ceremony, 1985 January 15
III.10159Statement on Ray Signing onto Bill to Repeal Reporting, 1985 January 18
III.10160Ray Introduces Jimmy Carter Historic Site, 1985 January 3
III.10161Ray Calls for Balanced Budget, 1985 January 3
III.10162DOD [Department of Defense] Timber Bill, 1984 June
III.10163Final Phase of Waste Water Treatment Funded, 1985 December 26
III.10164Ray Urges Stenholm to Challenge O'Neill, 1984 December 4
III.10165Richard Ray BBQ, undated
III.10166Statement on South Africa, 1984 December
III.10167Ray Meets with Air Force on Robins Air Force Base Hospital, undated
III.10168Ray to Meet with Constituents, 1984 December 5
III.10169Ray Urged Stenholm to Challenge O'Neill, 1984 December 4
III.10170Ray Warns of Agent Orange Claims Deadline, 1984 December 3
III.10171Ray to Hold Office Hours, 1984 November 28
III.10172Ray Adds Agricultural Expert to Staff, 1984 November 13
III.10173School of the Americas Comes to Benning, 1984 October 24
III.10174Statement on Mitchell Cantu's Withdrawal, 1984 October
III.10175Office Hours - LaGrange, Upson, WR [Warner Robins], Sumter, Schley, Marion, undated
III.10176Ray Says Battle to Lift Ceilings Almost Over, 1984 October 3
III.10177Grenada Statement, undated
III.10178Air Force Logistics Command Hearings Statement, undated
III.10179Budget Breach Statement, undated
III.10180Ray Votes for Benefits for Former Military Spouses, 1984 September 26
III.10181Ray Calls Hearings on New AFLAC Program, 1984 September 17
III.10182Ray to Hold Columbus Office Hours, 1984 September 11
III.10183Ray Meets with Duarte, 1984 August
III.10184Tax Reform Statement, undated
III.10185Ray Announces Hughes to Build in LaGrange, 1984 August 17
III.10186Ray Visits to Thank Supporters, 1984 August 16
III.10187Health Care Hearings, 1984 August 10
III.10188Ray Introduces Budget Breach Legislation, 1984 August 10
III.10189Ray Endorsed by Third District Newspapers, 1984 August 10
III.10190Ray Introduces Budget Breach Legislation, 1984 August 10
III.10191Gardner and Smith Endorse Ray, 1985 August
III.10192Immigration Actuality, 1984 July
III.10193Statement on Ferraro Nomination, 1984 July
III.10194Statement on Central America Vote, 1984 July
III.10195Response to Ledger/Enquirer Endorsement, 1984 July
III.10196Hamilton Poll Press Conference, 1984 July 31
III.10197Statement on PACs [Political Action Committees], 1984 July 11
III.10198House Passes Family Reunion Month, 1984 June
III.10199Nunn and Ray Sponsor Carter Historic Site, 1984 June 21
III.10200Ray Qualifies to Run for Congress Again, 1984 June 21
III.10201Ray Criticizes House Immigration Bill, 1984 June 21
III.10202House Passes Ray DOD [Department of Defense] Timber Harvesting Bill, 1984 June 20
III.10203Ray Hosts VA [Veterans Administration] Symposium, 1984 June 16
III.10204Ray Cosponsors Textile Relief Legislation, 1984 June 12
III.10205Ray to Host Veterans Affairs Symposium, 1984 June 5
III.10206Ray Supports "New GI Bill", 1984 June 5
III.10207Thomaston Column Letter to Editor, 1984 May
III.10208President Signs Family Reunion Bill, 1984 May 31
III.10209Ray Announces for Reelection, 1984 May 29
III.10210Ray Announces Hwy 19 Added to Economic Highway 5/24, undated
III.10211Ray to Hold Academy Day, 1984 May 6
III.10212Warner Robins Weekly Columns, undated
III.10213Nicaragua Vote, 1984 April 12
III.10214Burse Statement, 1984 April 30
III.10215Tax Reform Bill, 1984 April 12
III.10216National Small Business Conference, 1984 April 9
III.10217Fort Benning Ranger Headquarters, 1984 April 9
III.10218House Calls for National Small Business Conference, 1984 April 9
III.10219MLK [Martin Luther King, Jr.] Holiday Statement, 1984 March
III.10220Congressional Paycut Statement, 1984 March
III.10221Ray Receives Leadership Award, 1984 March 28
III.10222Columbus Office Hours, 1984 March 27
III.10223West Point Lake Advisory Committee, 1984 March 20
III.10224Minority Issues Forum, 1984 March 16
III.10225Fort Benning Pharmacists, 1984 March 16
III.10226O'Keeffe Reception, 1984 March 13
III.10227Columbus New Office Manager, 1984 March 9
III.10228Prayer Marathon, 1984 March 2
III.10229Prayer in School/Radio, 1984 March 2
III.10230AFLAC Tour Statement, 1984 February
III.10231Small Business Symposium, 1984 February 29
III.10232Flakes Gives Invocation, 1984 February 28
III.10233Robins Gets Dual-Role Fighter, 1984 February 27
III.10234Women's Forum, 1984 February 17
III.10235Reverend Flakes Press Release, 1984 February 13
III.10236Ray Calls for Unity Following Marine Redeployment - Radio Actuality, 1984 February 8
III.10237Wehrkunde Conference, 1984 February 9
III.10238Pratt-Whitney Fighter Engine Contract Statement, 1984 February
III.1023913th USAF [United States Armed Forces] Contingency Detachment, 1984 February 1
III.10240Press Release Delivery Forms, undated
III.10241Thunderbirds Visit, 1984 February 9
III.10242Military Construction Budget Recommendations, 1984 February 1
III.10243Marine Redeployment, 1984 February 8
III.10244Drinking Age Statement, 1984 January 24
III.10245Marguerite to WR [Warner Robins], 1984 January 31
III.10246State of the Union Statement, 1984 January 27
III.10247ALC [Air Logistics Command] Trip, 1984 January 16
III.10248Jay's Internship, 1984 January 12
III.10249Third District Delegation Breakfast, 1984 January 9
III.10250Lieutenant Goodman's Release, 1984 January 3
III.10251Free-Tax Assistance, 1984 January
III.10252Remarks on Subcommittee's Lebanon Hearings, undated
III.10253Democratic Resolution to Withdraw Marines, 1984 January
III.10254New Workloads to Robins Air Force Base, 1984 December 13
III.10255Letter to President, 1983 December 2
III.10256Academy Review Board Meets, 1983 November 83
III.10257Warner Robins Contract for Pave Paws, 1983 November 10
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III.111Marguerite Internship, 1983 November 10
III.112Denise, 1983 October 31
III.113Leon Jones - Intern, 1983 October 4
III.114LaGrange Waste Water System Grant, 1983 September 30
III.115Lebanon Trip, 1983 September 23
III.116Military Construction Press Release and Statements, 1983 September 22
III.117Construction Project - Robins Air Force Base, 1983 September 22
III.118Chamber Fly-In, 1983 September 15
III.119Release on Mary Ellen's Internship, 1983 August 26
III.1110Youth Day/ August Blitz, undated
III.1111Press Release on Jobs for Montezuma, undated
III.1112Press Release - DOD [Department of Defense] Authorization Bill, 1983 September 15
III.1113Press Releases, 1983
III.1114PR [Press Release] Aircraft Management Assigned to Robins, 1983 August 10
III.1115C-20 to Be Serviced at Robins, 1981 August 11
III.1116Blitz Announcements, 1986 August
III.1117Bellevue Pictures Presentation, 1983 July 6
III.1118ILS [Instrument Landing System] Clears Conference, 1983 August 2
III.1119Vote on Withholding Repeal, 1983 July 28
III.1120Statement on President's News Conference on Central America, 1983 July 26
III.1121MX Vote [Missiles], 1983 July 21
III.1122ILS [Instrument Landing System] Sub-Committee Passage, 1983 July 12
III.1123Relief to Farmers, 1983 July 13
III.1124Censure Vote, 1983 July 21
III.1125Federal Crop Insurance, 1983 July 20
III.1126Staff Training Release, 1983 July 7
III.1127Andersonville Speech Press Release, 1983 July 2
III.1128Kimberly-Clark Vote, 1983 June 29
III.1129Tax Cap Vote, 1983 June 23
III.1130LaGrange Airport Meeting, 1983 June 29
III.1131Statement on Daylight Savings Time, 1983 June 29
III.1132Family Reunion Month, undated
III.1133Miss Williams Colloquy, 1983 May 13
III.1134Macon Chamber of Commerce Speech, 1983 May 13
III.1135AGC [Associated General Contractors] Speech, 1983 May 14
III.1136Unadilla Reception, 1983 May 16
III.1137Withholding Tax Repeal, 1983 May 17
III.1138Dredging Award, 1983 May 15
III.1139Press Statement on MX [Missiles], 1983 May 24
III.1140Vietnam Vets Vote, 1983 June 9
III.1141Vote Leath Amendment, 1983 June 16
III.1142Tax Cut Vote and First Concurrent Budget Resolution, 1983 June 23
III.1143Statement on Carter Briefing Book, 1983 June 28
III.1144LaGrange Hearing, 1983 May 12
III.1145Fort Benning Money, 1983 May 11
III.1146Robins Money, 1983 May 11
III.1147Nuclear Freeze Vote, 1983 May 5
III.1148ROA [Reserve Officers Association] Speech, 1983 April 30
III.1149Ellaville Homecoming, 1983 April 18
III.1150Project Contact, 1983 April 11
III.1151Releases on Field Representatives, 1983 April 7
III.1152Jefferson Awards Speech in Macon, Georgia, 1983 April 1
III.1153Jerry Lloyd is District Administrative Assistant, 1983 March 30
III.1154Ray at Federal Manager's Association Lunch at Robins Air Force Base, 1983 March 29
III.1155Ad Hoc Committee on Arms Control Appointment, 1983 March 23
III.1156LaGrange Speech, 1983 February 28
III.1157Ray to Investigate Air Base Defense in Europe, 1984 October 9
III.1158Armed Services Delegation Visits Far East, 1984 November 9
III.1159Ray Applauds President's Action in the Gulf of Sidra, 1986 March 26
III.1160Ray Cosponsors Campaign Finance Reform Act of 1985, 1986 March 24
III.1161Ray to Testify at DOE [Department of Energy] Hearing, 1986 March 21
III.1162Ray Opposes $100 Million Contra Aid Package, 1986 March 21
III.1163Ray Announces John Lavender as Winner of Arts Competition, 1986 March 7
III.1164Ray and Special Panel Oppose Preventing Nuclear Testing, 1986 February 26
III.1165Ray to Announce District Arts Competition Winners at Reception, 1986 February 21
III.1166Anthony Norman Interns with Ray, 1986 February 19
III.1167Lynda McNealy Joins Congressman Ray's Staff, 1986 February 19
III.1168DOE [Department of Energy] Nuclear Waste Site Briefing Rescheduled at Ray Request, 1986 February 19
III.1169National Association of Elementary School Principals Visit Washington, 1986 February 11
III.1170Anthony Bryant Interns with Ray, 1986 February 11
III.1171Quote on Home Health Care for Caring Magazine, 1986 February 10
III.1172Armed Services Delegation Visits Pacific, 1986 February 7
III.1173Military Readiness in Europe and Pacific, 1989 January 5
III.1174Staff Changes, 1989 January 9
III.1175Military Construction Budget, 1989 January 9
III.1176Interns, 1989 January 23
III.1177Black History Month, 1989 January 25
III.1178[Illegible - Joseph Hill Campaign Donation Misdemeanor], 1989 January 27
III.1179Academy Nominations, 1989 January 30
III.1180Pay Raise Opposition, 1989 February 1
III.1181Highway 19, 1989 February 1
III.1182Black History Follow-Up, 1989 February 6
III.1183Academy Day, 1989 February 14
III.1184Close-Up Fort Valley, 1989 February 15
III.1185Federal Government Service Talk Force, 1989 February 21
III.1186Academy Day, 1989 February 21
III.1187Federal Crop Insurance, 1989 February 22
III.1188Catastrophic Health Care, 1989. February 28
III.1189Conservative Democratic Forum, 1989 March 7
III.1190Airport Tour, 1989 March 7
III.1191Presidential Classroom, 1989 March 7
III.1192National Youth Sports Program, 1989 March 8
III.1193Federal Civilian Personnel, 1989 March 15
III.1194Highway 19 Executive Committee, 1989 March 20
III.1195Fort Benning Childcare, 1989 March 20
III.1196Art Competition, 1989 March 22
III.1197Law Enforcement Advisory, 1989 April 3
III.1198Art Competition Winners, 1989 April 4
III.1199"Guardian of Small Business", 1989 April 4
III.11100Karlotta Caldwell - Intern, 1989 April 11
III.11101Byron Lab Funds, 1989 April 12
III.11102National Cemetery Burials, 1989 April 12
III.11103Highway 19 Meeting, 1989 April 17
III.11104Art Competition Awards, 1989 April 19
III.11105Slyvia Crawford Staff Addition, 1989 April 24
III.11106Law Enforcement Meeting, 1989 May 1
III.11107Marion County Bomb, 1989 May 8
III.11108Slow Mail, 1989 May 8
III.11109Mildred Farr Visit, 1989 May 25
III.11110Kendrick High Chorus, 1989 May 25
III.11111Brookstone School Visit, 1989 June 2
III.11112Interns, 1989 June 21
III.11113J. Carter Historic Site, 1989 June 22
III.11114Military Construction Budget, 1989 June 28
III.11115Flag Burning Amendment, 1989 June 29
III.11116Martin Marietta Plant, 1989 July 7
III.11117HR 1056 [Defense Environmental Funds], 1989 July 18
III.11118Byron Lab - Peach Research, 1989 July 19
III.11119Defense Inspector General, 1989 July 20
III.11120Highway 19, 1989 July 31
III.11121Historical Society Calendars, 1989 August 1
III.11122Veterans Meeting, 1989 August 2
III.11123RBR's August Work Period, 1989 August 5
III.11124FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] Memorial Commission, 1989 August 8
III.11125Veterans Center, 1989 August 9
III.11126Europe Trip, 1989 August 18
III.11127Bush's Drug Speech Reaction, 1989 September 6
III.11128Future Hearings on DOD [Department of Defense] Europe, 1989 September 8
III.11129Air Force Association "Man of the Year", 1989 September 19
III.11130Boll Weevil Eradication, 1989 September 20
III.11131Chamber Fly-In, 1989 September 29
III.11132Catastrophic Health Care, 1989 October 4
III.11133Carter Site Funding, 1989 October 4
III.111341990 Census, 1989 October 16
III.11135Highway 19 Task Force Griffin, 1989 November 15
III.11136Ethics Reform - Pay Raise, 1989 November 16
III.11137Americus Reception, 1989 November 24
III.11138Americus Firemen, 1989 November 29
III.11139AFLC [Air Force Logistics Command] Visit, 1989 December 1
III.11140Art Competition, 1989 December 4
III.11141Academy Day, 1989 December 4
III.11142Panama Action, 1989 December
III.11143Academy Nominations, 1990 January 23
III.11144EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] - Cabinet Level Department, 1990 January 25
III.11145Potential Base Closure, 1990 January 29
III.11146Art Competition Judges, 1990 January 30
III.11147Black History, 1990 January 31
III.11148Reaction to the State of the Union, 1990 February 1
III.11149Tobyhanna Army Depot Visit, 1990 February 5
III.11150Cheney Hearing - Environmental Concerns, 1990 February 6
III.11151Syndex Cable TV, 1990 February 8
III.11152Federal and Military COLAs [Cost of Living Adjustments] and H.J. Res. 436 [Federal Employee Recognition Week], 1990 February 16
III.11153Academy Day - Looks Forward, 1990 February 20
III.11154Social Security Trust Fund Forum, 1990 February 27
III.11155HR 1227 - Pension Income Tax, 1990 February 27
III.11156Ray's Weekend in Columbus, 1990 February 29
III.11157Ray Announces Art Reception, 1990 March 5
III.11158Medicare Reimbursement Hearing, 1990 March 5
III.11159Watchdog of the Treasury, 1990 March 15
III.11160Child Care Bill, 1990 March 15
III.11161Marion County Disaster Relief, 1990 March 30
III.11162Agriculture Advisory Meeting, 1990 April 2
III.11163Third District Airport Tour, 1990 April 3
III.11164RBR - Keynote Speaker Environment, 1990 April 19
III.11165Hughes - LaGrange Contract, 1990 April 20
III.11166Check to Pettigrew Foundation, 1990 April 26
III.11167Sheriff's Advisory Meeting, 1990 May 3
III.11168RBR's Weekend Press Schedule, 1990 May 3
III.11169Maverick Missile, 1990 May 11
III.11170Andrew Young Reception, 1990 May 14
III.11171Cosponsors Small Business Act Reauthorization, 1990 May 15
III.11172Warner Robins Clean Community Commission, 1990 May 15
III.11173Carter and Andersonville Sites Funding, 1990 May 16
III.11174Warner Robins Chamber Visit, 1990 May 21
III.11175Sheriffs and Peace Officers Meeting, 1990 May 22
III.11176Press Availability, 1990 May 28
III.11177Sheriffs' Press Conference, 1990. June 1
III.11178Chamber Fly In Deadline, 1990 June 4
III.11179Banish Drug Offenders, 1990 June 4
III.11180Medicine Hearing - Columbus, 1990 June 8
III.11181RBR Urges Vote on Flag Amendment, 1990 June 13
III.11182Talbotton Historic Meeting, 1990 June 15
III.11183Aerospace Meeting, 1990 June 19
III.11184Fort Benning Environmental Quality Presentation, 1990 June 19
III.11185Medicare Hearing - Press Scheduling, 1990 June 19
III.11186West Point Lake Funding, 1990 June 20
III.11187RBR Urges Vote on Balanced Budget, 1990 June 28
III.11188Art Competition Winner, 1990 June 28
III.11189Fort Valley State Grant, 1990 July 9
III.11190Military Construction Monies, 1990 July 12
III.11191Americus Industrial Park Grant, 1990 July 13
III.11192West Point Lake Grants, 1990 July 17
III.11193RBR Votes for Balanced Budget Amendment, 1990 July 17
III.11194Aerospace Press Conference, 1990 July 18
III.11195Byron Lab Funds, 1990 July 18
III.11196LaGrange-Callaway Airport Grant, 1990 July 23
III.11197Agriculture Advisory - RBR Looks Forward, 1990 July 26
III.11198Social Security Off-Budget, 1990 July 31
III.11199Highway 19 Meeting (Ellaville), 1990 August 1
III.11200Roosevelt Institute Grant, 1990 August 1
III.112011990 Farm Bill - RBR Supports, 1990 August 1
III.11202Pine Mountain Library Grant, 1990 August 9
III.11203Agriculture Advisory Press Conference, 1990 August 10
III.11204Martin Marietta Funding, 1990 August 10
III.11205Goodwill Industries Tour, 1990 August 22
III.11206Martin Marietta ADATS [Missile System] Work, 1990 September 12
III.11207Drought Hearing, 1990 September 12
III.11208AFLC [Air Force Logistics Command] May Reduce Personnel, 1990 September 13
III.11209Cheney Addressing Chamber Fly-In, 1990 September 17
III.11210Columbus Grants, 1990 September 21
III.11211Fort Valley State College Grants, 1990 September 28
III.11212Hughes Contract Announcement, 1990 October 1
III.11213Thomaston-Upson County Airport Grant, 1990 October 3
III.11214Fly-In Big Success, 1990 October 5
III.11215FY91 [Fiscal Year 1991] Budget Resolution, 1990 October 5
III.11216FY91 [Fiscal Year 1991] Budget Resolution, 1990 October 9
III.11217Lump Sum Option, 1990 October 10
III.11218US Chamber of Commerce Award, 1990 October 16
III.11219Military Construction Funds, 1990 October 19
III.11220Byron Lab and FCIC [Federal Crop Insurance Corporation] Funding, 1990 October 22
III.11221FY91 [Fiscal Year 1991] Budget Resolution, 1990 October 24
III.11222FY91 [Fiscal Year 1991] Budget Resolution-Medicare, 1990 October 25
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III.121Protect Lump Sum Option, 1990 October 25
III.122FY91 [Fiscal Year 1991] Authorization Bill, 1990 October 26
III.123Carter and Andersonville Site Funding, 1990 October 31
III.124COLAs [Cost of Living Adjustments] for Service-Disabled Veterans, 1990 November 1
III.125Robins Hangars to Be Built, 1990 December 4
III.126Environmental Trip - Far East, 1990 December 6
III.127Academy Day Announced, 1990 December 7
III.128Thomaston-Upson County Airport, 1990 December 17
III.129Warner Robins Office Hours, 1990 December 17
III.1210Robins - Less RIFs [Reduction in Force], 1990 December 19
III.1211Hughes Contract, 1990 December 26
III.1212Reapportionment - Troup County, 1990 December 26
III.1213React to Students Against Gulf War, undated
III.1214Columbus Office Hours, 1991 January 3
III.1215COLAs [Cost of Living Adjustments] - Service Disabled Veterans, 1991 January 3
III.1216Ray Sworn into 102nd [Congress], 1991 January 4
III.1217DOD [Department of Defense] Overseas-Pacific Trip, 1991 January 9
III.1218Ray Called Back to DC, 1991 January 9
III.1219New Air Force Command AFMC [Air Force Materiel Command], 1991 January 10
III.1220RBR Scores as Conservative, 1991 January 11
III.1221Black History Announcement, 1991. January 19
III.1222RBR Supports Desert Storm, 1991 January 17
III.1223Academy Nominations, 1991 January 18
III.1224RBR Briefed in Desert Storm, 1991 January 18
III.1225Academy Day Location Change, 1991 January 18
III.1226Northrop Work in Perry, 1991 January 24
III.1227RBR Speaks to DERP [Defense Environmental Restoration Program], 1991 January 24
III.1228Black History Support, 1991 January 28
III.1229Warner Robins Office Hours, 1991 January 28
III.1230Armed Services Subcommittees, 1991 January 29
III.1231Reaction to State of the Union, 1991 January 29
III.1232Administration's Overture to Saddam, 1991 January 30
III.1233Academy Day Press Reminder, 1991 January 31
III.1234Federal Budget Column, 1991 February
III.1235RBR Seeks Rice-Air Force Explanation, 1991 February 4
III.1236Black History Press Reminder, 1991 February 7
III.1237Defense Discussion with Cheney, Powell, 1991 February 7
III.1238Martin Marietta Contract Announcement, 1991 February 8
III.1239React to Baghdad Announcement, 1991 February 15
III.1240Announces Art Competition, 1991 February 19
III.1241Columbus Office Hours, 1991 February 19
III.1242Warner Robins Office Hours, 1991 February 19
III.1243Ray to Visit AFLC [Air Force Logistics Command] Headquarters, 1991 February 21
III.1244Disaster Assistance Statement, 1991 February 21
III.1245Hussein-U.N. [United Nations] Resolutions, 1991 February 22
III.1246Repeal Lawrence Welk Memorial, 1991 March 1
III.1247Ray's Schedule - Press Notices, 1991 March 1
III.1248Small Business - Rebuilding Kuwait, 1991 March 6
III.1249Drought Relief Meeting with FHA [Farmers Home Administration], 1991 March 7
III.1250Bar Lawrence Welk Money, 1991 March 8
III.1251Supports Desert Storm Authorization, 1991 March 13
III.1252Plains Grant, 1991 March 20
III.1253Warner Robins Office Hours, 1991 March 21
III.1254Reject ITC [International Trade Commission] Imported Peanuts, 1991 March 21
III.1255Robins Air Force Base Cleanup, 1991 March 25
III.1256Americus Office Hours PSA [Public Service Announcement], 1991 March 28
III.1257Warner Robins Office Hours, 1991 March 29
III.1258Art Competition Announcement, 1991 April 1
III.1259Tour of All 5 ALCs [Air Logistics Centers], 1991 April 1
III.1260Talbot County Historic Preservation, 1991 April 2
III.1261Art Competition PSA [Public Service Announcement], 1991 April 4
III.1262Columbus Office Hours PSA [Public Service Announcement], 1991 April 5
III.1263Oglethorpe Grant, 1991 April 10
III.1264RBR Blasts Peanut Imports, 1991 April 10
III.1265Yugo Nakai Congrats, 1991 April 12
III.1266Base Closure List, 1991 April 12
III.1267Art Competition Winners, 1991 April 14
III.1268Robins Cuts and JSTARS [Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System], 1991 April 15
III.1269DOD [Department of Defense] Overseas Environment, 1991 April 17
III.1270Pettigrew Foundation Check, 1991 April 19
III.1271Announces Highway 19 Meeting, 1991 April 22
III.1272Columbus College Fulbright Grant, 1991 April 24
III.1273Warner Robins Office Hours PSA [Public Service Announcement], 1991 April 29
III.1274Ray Speaks at Press Conference for Balanced Budget, 1985 October 10
III.1275House Passes Textile Legislation, 1985 October 10
III.1276Ray Call Negotiations Hopeful, 1985 October 8
III.1277Ray Cosponsors Highway Legislation, 1985 October 2
III.1278Geneva Trip Press Release (from the Committee) 9/30, 1985
III.1279Fort Benning One of Three School of Americas Sites, 1985 September 24
III.1280Ray Monitors Arms Control Negotiations, 1985 September 23
III.1281Ray Monitors Arms Control Negotiations, 1985 September 23
III.1282Ray Farm Hearing Held in Pery, 1985 September 10
III.1283Air Base Defense Article for Armed Forces Journal, 1985 September
III.1284Ray to Hold Family Farm Hearing, 1985 September 4
III.1285NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Op-Ed Piece, 1985 September
III.1286Ray to Host Academy Day, 1985 August 28
III.1287Opposition to Pay Raise Statement, 1986 December 19
III.1288Ray Cosponsors Resolution Against Pay Increase, 1987 January 9
III.1289Ray Cosponsors Pay Raise Reform, 1987 January 13
III.1290Pay Raise Testimony, 1987 February 2
III.1291Columbus College Arts Competition, 1987 March 6
III.1292Ray and Rowland ask Aldridge to Reconsider 2/10, undated
III.1293Legislation to Block Furloughs with Letter to Aldridge, 1988
III.12942-19 Robins Construction Project, undated
III.12953-4 Furloughs Reduces, undated
III.12963-10 On-Call Layoffs Delayed, undated
III.12973-18 Columbus Airport Grant, undated
III.12988-19 Aeroplane at Robins, undated
III.1299Nunn Decides not to Run, 1987 August 27
III.121009-10 Japanese Severance Pay, undated
III.121019-17 Ray Testifies for J.C. [Jimmy Carter] Bill, undated
III.121029-17 Introduction Iran Bill, undated
III.121039-25 Hughes Wins Contract LaGrange, undated
III.12104Hearing for Waste Management, 1988 October 4
III.1210510-5 J.C. [Jimmy Carter] Bill Passes House, undated
III.1210610-7 Iran Bill Passes House, undated
III.1210710-6 Teachers Bicentennial Program, undated
III.1210811-18 Hearing on Independent Petroleum Marketers Insurance, undated
III.1210912-2 Educational Conference, undated
III.1211012/14 J.C. [Jimmy Carter] Bill Goes to President, undated
III.1211112-16 Steeplechase, undated
III.1211212-17 Medical Hearing Benning, undated
III.1211312-13 Carter Bill Signed, undated
III.121141/13 Academy Day, undated
III.121151/19 Panel Selected for Medical Hearing Benning, undated
III.121161/29 Primus opens in Columbus, undated
III.121172-2 Congress Reclaims 8 Million, undated
III.121182-3 Barnesvilles Grant, undated
III.121192/5 Academy Nominations, undated
III.121202-12 Post Office for Perry, undated
III.121212-12 Ray Endorses Bill Gray, undated
III.121222-19 Construction at Benning, undated
III.121232-24 VA [Veterans Administration] Recalculate Figures for Clinic, undated
III.121243-1 LaGrange Arts Competition, undated
III.121253-3- Storage Tank Leg, undated
III.121263-4 Byron Lay Grant, undated
III.121273-14 Academy Selection Process Explained, undated
III.121283-15 Ray and Hatcher Hold Soil Conservation Meeting, undated
III.121293-23 Headshot Program in Columbus, undated
III.121303-24 Airforce Leather Jackets, undated
III.121313-24 End Strengths, undated
III.121323-29 Ray's Surgery, undated
III.121333-31 Amendments in DOD [Department of Defense] Bill, undated
III.121343-29 Drug Benefits Restored, undated
III.121354-5 Ray Improves, undated
III.121364-8 W.R. [Warner Robins] Office Changes, undated
III.121374-11 Ray Released from Hospital, undated
III.121384-15 Columbus Office Changes, undated
III.121394-15 Interest Payment on Civil Service Benefits, undated
III.121404-15 Fort Valley Grant, undated
III.12141Sheriffs Advisory Meeting Press Notice, 1988 April 23
III.12142Robins Construction Passes Subcommittee, 1988 April 29
III.12143Benning Construction Passes Subcommittee, 1988 April 29
III.12144Southern Ambulance Grant LaGrange, 1988 May 2
III.12145Ray's Transfer Amendment in DOD [Department of Defense] Bill, 1988 May 3
III.12146Transfer Authority Passes House, 1988 May 12
III.12147Press Notice Reelection Bid, 1988 May 23
III.12148Spinner Award, 1988 May 24
III.12149Surgery Two, 1988 June 14
III.12150Columbus HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant, 1988 June 14
III.12151Lizabeth Lowe Interns, 1988 June 21
III.12152Korean War Week, 1988 June 22
III.12153Co-Sponsors Bill to Award Black Heroes Medal, 1988 June 22
III.12154LaGrange HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grant, 1988 July 14
III.121557-19 Diesel-Fuel Tax, undated
III.12156Diesel Fuel Tax Repeal, 1988 August 5
III.12157Environmental Speech, 1988 August 17
III.12158Support of Drought Relief for Peach, 1988 September 3
III.12159Hearing at Robins, 1988 September 6
III.12160Robins Hearing Canceled, 1988 September 14
III.12161Robins Hearing, 1988 September 14
III.12162Chairs Environmental Panel, 1988 September 28
III.12163Columbus Minority Business Council Grant, 1988 September 29
III.12164Ray-Hatcher Hold Hearing Crop Insurance, 1988 October 4
III.12165Aerospace Meets, 1988 October 17
III.1216610-26 Ray Proposal in EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] Regulations, undated
III.12167National Security Leadership Award, 1987 October 29
III.12168VA [Veterans Administration] Sends Doctor to Columbus, 1988 January 11
III.12169Press Release on Underground Tanks, 1988 March 3
III.121703-4 Ray Testifies Diesel Tax, undated
III.12171VA [Veterans Administration] Clinic, 1988 April 21
III.12172Dawn Gilliard Interns in Warner Robins Office, 1987 April 24
III.12173Light Infantry Division Remarks, 1985 October 7
III.1217412-6 Boll Weevil Eradication, undated
III.12175West Point, 1988 December 19
III.12176Ken's Columns, undated
III.12177RBR's Subcontractor Bill, 1991 May 1
III.12178RBR's Closed Base Sales Bill, 1991 May 1
III.12179Andersonville Funding, 1991 May 2
III.12180Armed Services Passes DOD [Department of Defense] Authorization, 1991 May 9
III.12181Cochran Office Hours, 1991 May 9
III.12182Thomaston-Upson County Airport Groundbreaking, 1991 May 9
III.12183Peace Officers Advisory Organizational, 1991 May 10
III.12184Thomaston-Upson Airport Groundbreaking, 1991 May 13
III.12185Cochran-Bleckley County Visits, 1991 May 15
III.12186RBR Introduces Mrs. Carter, 1991 May 16
III.12187Highway 23 Task Force, 1991 May 17
III.12188House Passes RBR Subcontractor Protection, 1991 May 22
III.12189Columbus Office Hours May, 1991 May 22
III.12190Japan TV Interview RBR - Peanuts, 1991 May 22
III.12191Family Advocacy Committee, 1991 May 23
III.12192RBR Attends NATO [North Atlantic Treaty Organization] Meeting, 1991 May 28
III.12193Merriwether County Meeting, 1991 May 30
III.12194Civil Rights Vote Statement, 1991 June 5
III.12195MWR [Morale, Welfare, and Recreation] Panel Funds for Fort Benning, 1991 June 7
III.12196TSSAM [Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile] Statement, 1991 June 7
III.12197MWR [Morale, Welfare, and Recreation] Panel Funds for Robins, 1991 June 7
III.12198Andersonville Funding Exhibit, 1991 June 10
III.12199Airport Fly-Around, 1991 June 12
III.12200US Chamber Free Enterprise Award, 1991 June 19
III.12201Warner Robins Office Hours, 1991 June 19
III.12202Defense Symposium, 1991 June 25
III.12203Columbus Office Hours - S.S. Rep. [Social Security Representative], 1991 June 25
III.12204Andersonville Funding Passes House, 1991 June 25
III.12205Albany Marine Corps Base Cleanup, 1991 July 2
III.12206Third District Fly-Around, 1991 July 9
III.12207Macon County Courthouse Grant, 1991 July 12
III.12208Fort Benning Troop Additions, 1991 July 12
III.12209Third District Art Winner Congrats, 1991 July 6
III.12210Ocie Harris - Point of Light, 1991 July 29
III.12211RBR Dedicates New MM [Martin Marietta] Facility, 1991 July 29
III.12212Reaction to Reapportionment Plans, 1991 July 31
III.12213Environmental Trip -Europe, 1991 March 1
III.12214React to USSR Coup, 1991 August 19
III.12215LaGrange Residents in USSR, 1991 August 19
III.12216Announces Office Hours, 1991 August 20
III.12217Fort Benning Troup Additions, 1991 August 23
III.12218Events in Soviet Union, 1991 August 23
III.12219Ray's Update on Europe Environment, 1991 August 26
III.12220Reapportionment Conference, 1991 August 26
III.12221House Reapportionment Plan, 1991 August 28
III.12222Postpone Office Hours, 1991 August 28
III.12223RBR Postpone Columbus Office Hours, 1991 September 3
III.12224RBR React to Final Redistricting, 1991 September 6
III.12225Announces Law Enforcement Meeting, 1991 September 10
III.12226Fly-In '91, 1991 September 12
III.12227Columbus Minority Assistance Grant, 1991 September 12
III.12228Education Grant Announcement, 1991 September 16
III.12229Applications for Military Academies, 1991 September 24
III.12230Fort Valley State College Grant, 1991 September 24
III.12231FDR Memorial Groundbreaking, 1991 September 26
III.12232Muscogee County School Grant, 1991 September 27
III.12233Meriwether County Emergency Funds, 1991 September 27
III.12234Columbus Airport Firefighting Vehicle Grant, 1991 September 30
III.12235LaGrange -Callaway Airport Grant, 1991 September 30
III.12236Civilian Employees Office Hours, 1991 October 2
III.12237Ocie Harris in Washington, 1991 October 3
III.12238HUD [Housing and Urban Development] Grants - Drug Elimination Program, 1991 October 4
III.12239Military Construction Appropriations, 1991 October 8
III.12240House Bank - No Bounced Checks, 1991 October 10
III.12241Thomaston-Upson County Airport Grant, 1991 October 10
III.12242Army Environmental Speech at West Point, 1991 October 10
III.12243NATO [North American Treaty Organization] Conference - Madrid, Spain, 1991 October 17
III.12244Andersonville Funds, 1991 October 24
III.12245Federal Retiree COLAs [Cost of Living Adjustments] and Employee Raises, 1991 October 24
III.12246Warner Robins Office Hours, 1991 October 25
III.12247Malcolm Reese, 1991 October 29
III.12248FY92 [Fiscal Year 1992] Defense Authorization Passes House, 1991 November 18
III.12249Ray Receive Victory Award, 1991 November 20
III.12250RBR - Pearl Harbor 50th Anniversary, 1991 December 4
III.12251Announce Highway 19 Meeting, 1991 December 5
III.12252Highway 19 Meeting Successful, 1991 December 16
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III.131Column on Nation's Economy, 1991 January 92
III.132Shoreline Management Forum, 1992 January 3
III.133Florida-Dotham-Columbus Interstate, 1992 January 3
III.134Health Care Forum (1/14/92), 1992 January 8
III.135Academy Nominations, 1992 January 15
III.136RBR's Crowded Health Care Forum, 1992 January 14
III.137Warner Robins Office Hours (1/22/92), 1992 January 16
III.138RBR on Justice Rejection of Redistricting, 1992 January 21
III.139Black History Announcements, 1992 January 23
III.1310Ed Jenkins Retirement, 1992 January 23
III.1311Reaction to State of the Union, 1992 January 29
III.1312Black History - Press Conference, 1992 February 4
III.1313Ray Holds Senior Citizen Meeting, 1992 February 14
III.1314RBR Meets with Secretary of Air Force, 1992 February 20
III.1315Cosponsors VA [Veterans Administration] Hospitals for Veterans Bill, 1992 February 21
III.1316RBR Does Not Support Tax Plans, 1992 February 27
III.1317Academy Day Press Reminder, 1992 March 4
III.1318Present "House of Mercy" Check, 1992 March 12
III.1319Full Disclosure of House Bank, 1992 March 12
III.1320Cosponsor HR 3555 - Eliminate Perks, 1992 March 25
III.1321FHA [Farmers Home Administration] Handicapped Home, 1992 March 27
III.1322Keep Budget Walls Up - Reduce Deficit, 1992 March 31
III.1323Columbus Lions Club Youth Visit, 1992 April 1
III.1324Columbus Town Meetings, 1992 April 7-13
III.1325RBR Testifies on His Environmental Bills, 1992 April 9
III.1326Third District Art Competition Reception, 1992 April 10
III.1327Columbus Recreation Grant, 1992 April 10
III.1328Town Meeting Press Reminder, 1992 April 13
III.1329Ray Announces One Held Check, 1992 April 16
III.1330Middle Georgia RDC [Regional Development Center] Grant, 1992 April 23
III.1331Supports EXIMbank's [Export-Import Bank of the United States] Small Business Moves, 1992 April 23
III.1332Announces Third District Art Competition Winners, 1992 April 26
III.1333RBR Tours Fort Gillem, 1992 May 8
III.1334FY93 [Fiscal Year 1993] Defense Authorization - HASC [House Armed Services Committee], 1992 May 14
III.1335RBR Votes for 27th Amendment, 1992 May 20
III.1336Balanced Budget Amendment Column, 1992 May 21
III.1337Town Hall Meetings in June, 1992 May 29
III.1338NFIB [National Federation of Independent Business] Breakfast Press Notice, 1992 June 3
III.1339Votes for Balanced Budget Amendment, 1992 June 11
III.1340RBR Awarded US Chamber Enterprise Award, 1992 June 18
III.1341Ray and Fowler Seek Byron Lab Funds, 1992 June 18
III.1342Fort Gillem Military Construction Passes House, 1992 June 23
III.1343Martin Marietta CASS [Consolidated Automated Support Systems] Contract Award, 1992 July 16
III.1344Fort Gillem and Robins Environmental $ in Supplemental, 1992 July 28
III.1345Fort Valley State College Grants, 1992 August 4
III.1346RBR Addresses Columbus DAR [Daughters of the American Revolution], 1992 September 3
III.1347RBR to Host Fly-In, 1992 September 9
III.1348RBR Introduces Health Care Reform, 1992 September 16
III.1349RBR Urges Support of Fort Gillem, 1992 September 21
III.1350Opposes US Air Sale to British Airways, 1992 September 24
III.1351Applications for Military Academies, 1992 September 30
III.1352Chamber Fly-In Great Success, 1992 October 2
III.1353Votes for Modified Line Item Veto, 1992 October 3
III.1354RBR's Environmental Legislation Passes Congress, 1992 October 5
III.135592 National Security Leadership Award, 1992 October 13
III.1356Press Scheduling Notices, 1992
III.1357Office Hours - Warner Robins, 1992 November 30
III.1358Office Hours - Columbus, 1992 November 30



Subseries C: Newspaper Clippings, 1982-1992

Extent: 8.0 boxes (7 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries C: Newspaper Clippings contains photocopies of newspaper clippings about Ray's activities and opinions throughout his political career, as well as events in his district.
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III.131982-1984
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III.141983-1984
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III.151983-1984
III.151985-1987
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III.161985-1987
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III.171985-1987
III.171988
III.171989
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III.181989-1990
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III.191989-1992
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III.201990-1992



Subseries D: General Press Files, 1979-1992

Extent: 4.0 boxes (3.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The majority of Subseries D: General Press Files is a subject file, covering topics including government budget and taxation, business, aid to Central America and to the Contras, education, the military, and his political campaigns. The subseries also includes letters that Ray wrote to newspapers, excerpts from the Congressional Record, and information on upcoming public appearances.
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III.2012American Flag Information, 1981-1986
III.2013Constituent Letters to Editor, 1986
III.2014Media outline, 1983-1986
III.2015Cindy's Media Information, 1986
III.2016Trip Folder, 1987 December
III.2017Media Correspondence, 1984-1987
III.2018Actualities, 1987
III.2019Deleted Projects, 1987
III.2020Helpful Literature, 1986-1987
III.2021Newsletters, 1984-1985
III.2022Youth Brochure, 1984
III.2023Questionnaires, 1984
III.2024Richard Ray Ads, 1984-1987
III.2025School of the Americas, undated
III.2026Agriculture Information, 1985-1987
III.20271987 Academy Nominations for Press, 1987
III.2028Anti Apartheid Bill, 1985 June 4
III.2029Air Force General, 1985
III.20301985 Agriculture Information, 1985
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III.211Agriculture Advisory Meeting, 1987 February 14
III.212Agriculture Information, 1983-1985
III.213Art Information, 1987
III.214Armed Services Trip, 1986 November
III.215Army Reserve, 1985-1986
III.216Arts Caucus, 1986 April 21
III.217Les Aspin, 1987
III.218Fort Benning, 1985-1986
III.2191987 Budget, 1987
III.21101986 Budget Reconciliation, 1986
III.2111Budget Information, 1986-1988
III.2112COLA [Cost of Living Adjustment] Information, 1986
III.2113Carter Historic Site, 1985-1987
III.2114Bicentennial of the Constitution, undated
III.2115[Contel], undated
III.2116Campaign Finance, undated
III.2117Central America Economic Aid $300 Million, 1987
III.2118Central America Slattery Plan, 1987
III.2119Close-up Information, 1985
III.2120Charles Crisp, undated
III.2121Civilian Conservation Corps, 1986
III.2122Clubb Information Packet, undated
III.2123Info on Columbus in 1985, 1985
III.2124Congressional Competitiveness Caucus, 1986-1987
III.2125The Constitution, 1987
III.2126Copies of the Constitution, undated
III.2127Contra Aid Articles, 1986
III.2128Contra Statement, 1986
III.2129Arturo Cruz Resignation, 1987 March 9
III.2130Defense Information, 1987
III.2131Democratic Leadership Council, 1985-1987
III.2132Notes from Democratic Budget Study Group, 1986
III.2133General Defense Speech, 1985-1986
III.2134[Drug Smuggling Hotline], 1985
III.2135Education Information, 1987
III.2136Economic Figures, undated
III.2137Economic Information, 1986
III.2138Fairchild Industries, 1986
III.2139Georgia Farm Bureau, 1986-1987
III.2140FIFRA [Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act] Legislation, 1986
III.2141Georgia Industry Growth Information, undated
III.2142Golden Bulldog Award Information, undated
III.2143Gramm-Rudman-Hollings, 1986
III.2144Gramm-Rudman Statement, undated
III.2145Gun control Info Pack, undated
III.2146Handicapped Information, 1986-1987
III.2147Historically Black Colleges, 1985-1987
III.2148Healthcare, 1985
III.2149ICBM [Missiles] Breakfasts / IFPA [Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis], 1987
III.2150Legislative Packaging, 1985 June
III.2151Mercer University, 1987
III.2152Memorial Day Information, 1986
III.2153Potential Nuclear Waste Sites, 1986-1987
III.2154Senator Sam Nunn, 1986
III.2155Notch Column, 1987
III.2156National Federation of Independent Businesses, 1986
III.2157Information on Northrop, 1986
III.2158Northrop Plant in Perry, 1986
III.2159Nicaragua, 1985-1987
III.2160Olympics Information, 1979
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III.221Perry Police Chief, 1987
III.222Pay Raise, 1986
III.223Peanut Program, 1985
III.224Pratt Whitney, 1986
III.225Presidential Classroom, 1987-1988
III.226Religion, 1985
III.227Roy Rowland, 1987
III.228Scouting Information, 1986
III.229Spelling Bee Competition, 1987
III.2210Senior Citizens, 1986
III.2211State of Union, 1987 January 28
III.22121986 State of Union, 1986
III.2213Textile Information, 1985
III.2214Tax Information, 1984-1986
III.2215Tax Regulations - Logging, 1985
III.2216Reagan's Tax Plan, 1985
III.2217Tax Reform, 1986
III.2218Tourism in Georgia and the U.S., 1985
III.2219Trade Readjustment Act Manchester, LaGrange, 1986
III.2220U.S. Statistics, 1986
III.2221Thelma Williams Tribute, 1985
III.2222Information on Ch. 13 Macon WMAZ, 1987
III.2223Representative Larry Walker, undated
III.2224Hazardous Waste, 1985
III.2225Washington Farewell Address, undated
III.2226Watchdog of the Treasury, 1984
III.2227Watch on Washington, 1986
III.2228Women's Issues Briefing, 1985
III.2229Whistleblower Information, 1985
III.2230YMCA, 1985
III.2231"Congressional Update from Richard Ray", undated
III.2232Mr. Hendricks, undated
III.2233[Fort Benning], undated
III.2234[Congressional Record], 1992
III.2235The '39ers, undated
III.2236Salute to Major Carl T. Kirkland, 1991
III.2237Jack Anderson's Column - Constituent Services, 1991 December 25
III.2238Dr. James Ray Invocation - 1 Minute, 1991
III.2239Fred Mansour - 1 Minute, 1991 June 11
III.2240LaGrange Telethon - Kathy Webb, 1990 December 4
III.2241First African Baptist - Columbus, 1990
III.2242Senator Walter F. George Office, 1990
III.2243Alvie Coes Memorial, 1990
III.2244Academy Day, 1988 February 27
III.2245Graduation for High School, 1989 May 11
III.2246RBR's Air Base Defense, 1984-1985
III.2247Tribute to Riley and Myrtle Renfroe's 50th Wedding Anniversary, 1992
III.2248Tribute to Michael Andrew Gilbert, 1992
III.2249Tribute to J. Milton Coggin, 1992
III.2250"Statues of Georgians in the Statuary Hall Collection" by: Jon Anderson, undated
Letters
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III.2251[Georgia Press Association Newspaper Hosts], undated
III.2252[Response to Dick Williams Opinion Piece], 1992
III.2253Zeta Phi Beta Sorority - Capitol Hill, 1991
III.2254Representative Tom Luken Retirement Letter, 1990
III.2255Dr. Rosie Borrough's Letter, 1990 October 2
III.2256Chiquita Lee - Rosa Parks Tribute, 1989
III.2257William Woodruff Letter, 1989 November 21
III.2258Randy Powers Letter (re: Americus), 1989 November 17
III.2259Procter and Gamble Letter, 1989 November 7
III.2260Mutee Letter - Welcome, 1989 November 8
III.2261STAR Letters [Education Award], 1988
III.2262Tommy Irvin Letter - Congrats, 1990 July 23
III.2263Ben Jones Letter - Reception, 1990 August 1
III.2264Air Force Sergeants Association Letter, 1990 July 13
III.2265Profile in Courage - Jimmy Carter, 1990 May 21
III.2266Letter to Raymond "RC" Cropper, 1990 May 9
III.2267Lee Raymond Letter, 1990 June 1
III.2268Perry Chamber Dinner Letter, 1990 January 25
III.2269Bill Miller Floor Statement, 1989 February 28
III.2270Carol Gerdes Floor Statement, 1989 March 1
III.2271Floor Statement Maynard Ashworth, 1989 March 9
III.2272Public Safety Officers, 1989 February 29
III.2273Leo Lyons Retirement, 1989 February 1
III.2274Older Americans Council of Middle Georgia, 1989 January 5
III.2275Pink and Green, 1989 January 12
III.2276Shaw High School Band, 1989 January 13
III.2277Hugh Lawson - Superior Court Judge, 1990 April 30
III.2278Murray Payne (Daily Sun) Letter, 1990 January 22
III.2279Warm Springs Institute Letter, 1989 December 7
III.2280169th Tactical Fighter Group, 1989 November 2
III.2281Huntington CURE Letters [Honoring Researchers Working to Cure Huntington's Disease], 1989
III.2282Letters from Dean Propst Meeting, 1989 April 28
III.2283Business Council of Georgia, 1989 October 4
III.2284Pat Swindell, 1989 August 3
III.2285Columbus Ledger-Enquirer Flag, 1989 July 25
III.2286Eagle Scout Missed - Scott Coulter, 1989 June 21
III.2287Habitat for Humanity Letter, 1989 May 15
III.2288Prayer Room Letters, 1989
III.2289Thomaston Times Letter, 1989 April 5
III.2290Clandle Kent Letter, 1989 April 21
III.2291Ed Barker Retirement, 1990 March 29
III.2292Robert L. Carmichael Letter, 1989 November 8
III.2293Representative William D. Ford Letter, 1990 January 26
III.2294Mel Coe Resume, 1990
III.2295Chattahoochee County Land Sweep, 1991
III.2296Columbus Media to Mideast, 1990
III.2297Miles Hoffman, 1990
III.2298Letters - Ken's, 1988
III.2299[re: "Letter to the Editor" in Columbus Ledger/Enquirer], 1992
III.22100[re: "Letter to the Editor" in Macon Telegraph and News], 1992
III.22101[Response to "Town Meetings?" Editorial, 1992
III.22102Letter to Congressman Walter Jones for Review and Signature, 1992
III.22103Drafts for 3 Notes, 1992
III.22104Luke Cousins Letter - Air Service, 1989 May 31
III.22105Missed Vote Article, 1989 February 9
III.22106[re: Byron Gazette Editorial], 1992
III.22107[A.T. Bray Golden Anniversary], 1991
III.22108Sam Jones Columbus Ledger, 1991 February 19
III.22109Letters to Editors re: Senator George Hooks, 1992
III.22110Letters from Jimmy, 1989-1990
III.22111Letter to Shereill Stafford, 1991 March 4
III.22112Ed Corson, 1991
III.22113Press Letters, 1989 June 1
III.22114Personal R.R.'s Letters, 1989 June 1
III.22115R.R.'s Personal Letters, 1989 June 1
III.22116Boy Scouts, 1989 June 1
III.22117Boy Scouts, 1989 June 1
Congressional Record
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III.22118Overture to Saddam - 1 Minute, undated
III.22119Sonny Carter - 1 Minute, undated
III.22120Congratulations to Yugo Nakai - 1 Minute, undated
III.22121Environmental Cooperation Statement, 1989 November 17
III.22122Procter and Gamble Floor Statement, 1989 November 6
III.22123Tribute to Dr. Thomas Brewer, 1989 October 5
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III.231Tribute to General Hansen, 1989 October 25
III.232Tribute to Colonel Edenfield, 1989 October 25
III.233Fred Williams Floor Statement, 1989 November 19
III.234Doug Hopkins Floor Statement, undated
III.235Tribute to Fuller Callaway, 1990 February 22
III.236Bill Nichols Tribute, 1989 March 15
III.237Tribute to Callaway Garden and Northrop, 1989 July 17
III.238Colonel Daily Tribute, 1990 March 28
III.239Paul Coverdell for Peace Corps, 1989 April 25
III.2310Tribute to Murph Dullum, 1989 April 5
III.2311National Day of Prayer, 1989 May 4
III.2312Tribute to Smith-Lever Act, 1989 May 9
III.2313Tribute to Claude Pepper, 1989 June 20
III.2314Tribute to Fuller Callaway, 1990 February
III.2315Gardner Newman Tribute in Record, 1990 April 4
III.2316CR [Civil Rights] - Black History Month, 1990 February 27
Shows and Tapings
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III.2317Video Taping Memoirs, 1989-1990
III.2318WPGA [Radio] Perry Salute to Troops, 1991
III.2319St. Jude Radio-thon, 1989 February 13
III.2320St. Jude Radio-thon, 1990 February 12
III.2321St. Jude Radio-thon, 1991
III.2322Radiothon for Scottish Rite, 1989 April 18
III.2323Committee for Citizens Awareness, 1988-1990
III.2324Mrs. Ray Taping, 1989
 

Series IV: Political and Personal, 1983-1992

Extent: 21.0 boxes (21 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Divided into four subseries: A. Correspondence; B. Schedules; C. Political Involvement; D. Invitations.



Subseries A: Correspondence, 1983-1992

Extent: 12.0 boxes (12 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries A: Correspondence is composed of personal letters between Ray and constituents or colleagues, including thank you notes, brief notes about current events, keeping in touch about career changes, and reacting to his appearances in the media. Also included are phone message books with brief notes for Ray left by callers.
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IV.11-521983-1984
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IV.21-361983-1984
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IV.31-671984-1985
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IV.41-321985
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IV.51-361985-1986
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IV.61-201986
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IV.71-331986-1987
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IV.81-471987-1989
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IV.91-181989
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IV.101-321989-1990
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IV.111-431990-1991
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IV.121-281991-1992
IV.1229-301989-1992



Subseries B: Schedules, 1983-1992

Extent: 1.0 box (1 linear foot)
Scope and Content: Series B: Schedules contains Ray's weekly schedules and annual calendars noting his meetings, events, and travel.
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IV.131-81983-1992



Subseries C: Political Involvement, 1984-1992

Extent: 1.0 box (0.5 linear foot)
Scope and Content: Subseries C: Political Involvement includes his campaign pamphlets, caucus files, and questionnaires he answered about his views. His caucus membership included agriculture, business, and recreational caucuses.
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IV.141[Campaign Materials], undated
IV.142Competitiveness [Caucus], 1987
IV.143Fair Trade Caucus, 1991
IV.144Olympic Caucus, 1991
IV.145Rural [Caucus], 1991
IV.146Sportsman's Caucus, 1990-1991
IV.147Soybean [Caucus], 1992
IV.148Textile [Caucus], 1987-1989
IV.149Travel and Tourism [Caucus], 1987-1989
IV.1410Questionnaires, 1984-1986



Subseries D: Invitations, 1983-1992

Extent: 8.0 boxes (7.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries D: Invitations is composed of accepted invitations for community events within and beyond his district, as well as briefings, caucus meetings, and other political gatherings. The papers include letters explaining the events, scheduling forms, itineraries, and meeting agendas.
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IV.1411-201983
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IV.151-141983-1984
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IV.161-241985
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IV.171-261985-1986
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IV.181-491986-1988
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IV.191-331989-1990
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IV.201-311990-1991
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IV.211-211991-1992
 

Series V: District Offices, 1982-1992

Extent: 16.0 boxes (16 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Divided into three subseries: A. Columbus District Office; B. LaGrange District Office; C. Warner Robins District Office.



Subseries A: Columbus District Office, 1983-1992

Extent: 8.0 boxes (7.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries A: Columbus District Office contains correspondence with constituents, project files, staff and intern reports about their activities, and research files about issues affecting the third district, notably related to land use and development. Correspondence includes constituents noting their support or disapproval for upcoming legislation, discussion of grant applications, requests to schedule meetings, and routine correspondence such as congratulatory messages. Project files include information on upcoming events and commission meetings happening in Ray's district on topics including agriculture, the civil service, education, health care, holidays, and military academies.
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V.11 - 8Invitations-Accepted and Declined by Local Staff, 1987-1992
V.19Daily Mail Log, 1991
V.110Mail Log from D.C., 1991
V.111Case Mail Transmittal Sheets from Washington, 1990
V.112Daily Mail Log, 1990
V.113Case Mail Transmittal Sheets from Washington Office, 1989
V.114 - 15Daily Mail Log, 1988-1989
V.116Case Mail Transmittal Sheets from Washington Office, 1988
V.117Mail Log Forms, 1987
V.118Incoming Mail Logging, 1984
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V.21 - 51PR [Public Relations] - Congratulations, 1983-1986
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V.31 - 131PR [Public Relations] - Congratulations, 1987-1992
Projects
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V.41Academy Review Board Visit/USS Lexington, 1989 June 1
V.42Academy Day March, 1989 March 4
V.43Academy Board Information, 1990
V.44Academy Day March, 1990 March 3
V.45Airport Fly Around, 1991 July 12
V.46District Fly Around, 1990 April 20
V.47District Airport Fly-In, 1989 March 24
V.48 - 23Art Competition, 1987-1989
V.424 - 31Black History, 1988-1992
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V.51 - 4Aerospace Advisory Committee Meeting, 1985-1986
V.55 - 6AG. [Agricultural] Advisory Committee Meeting, 1985-1986
V.57AG. [Agricultural] Yearbook Mail List, 1983
V.58Agricultural Yearbooks, 1989
V.59 - 12Calendars, 1983-1985
V.513District Chamber Fly-In, 1989 September 27-28
V.514Chamber District Fly, 1990
V.515Third District Washington Fly-In, 1991 September 11-12
V.516Washington Fly-In for District Chambers, 1992
V.517Education Advisory, 1985
V.518 - 19Education Advisory Committee Meeting, 1985-1987
V.520Civil Service Meeting, 1985 February 14
V.521Civil Service Advisory Committee Meeting, 1986 April 21
V.522Federal Workers Meeting, 1986 April 13
V.523Civil Service Advisory Committee Meeting, 1987 August 27
V.524Federal Workers Advisory Committee Meeting, 1987 August 26
V.525Civil Service Advisory Committee Meeting, 1988 August 25
V.526Flag Run Veterans' Day, 1988 November 11
V.527 - 28American Flag Run, 1989-1990
V.529Flag Run and Veteran's Day Activities, 1991 November 11
V.530C-FLAG Presentation [Presidential Award for Private Sector Innovation], 1986 June 26
V.531Swift Textiles-- C-FLAG Award [Presidential Award for Private Sector Innovation], 1990 April 2
V.532C-FLAG Information [Presidential Award for Private Sector Innovation], 1985
V.533Town Hall Meeting, Health Care, 1992 January 14
V.534Retirees Hearing, 1988
V.535Medicare Hearing, 1990 June 22
V.536Health Care Reforms, 1992 January 14
V.537Health Care Meeting, 1992
V.538High School Debate Books, 1989
V.539Sheriff Advisory Meeting, 1989 May 15
V.540 - 41Law Enforcement Meeting, 1989-1991
V.542 - 45Page One Awards, 1988-1991
V.546 - 47Small Business Forum, 1985-1986
V.548 - 49Small Business Conference, 1987-1989
V.550 - 53Star Student and Teachers, 1984-1991
V.554Senior Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting, 1986
V.555 - 56Women's Advisory Committee Meeting, 1986-1987
V.557Youth Day, 1983
V.558Youth Info File - Columbus, 1983
V.559Americus Students, 1984
V.560Houston County Students, 1984
V.561Follow-Up Name List for Richard Ray, 1984
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V.61Opening Of Columbus District Office, 1983
V.62Columbus Open House, 1983
V.63 - 14Legislative Memos Sent to Washington, 1985-1992
V.615Willie Demps Travel Reports, 1987
V.616Elaine Claridy Activity Report, 1988
V.617Willie Demps Minority Outreach Travel Report, 1988
V.618Cindy Gillespie Daily Report, 1988
V.619Shirley Gillespie Activity Report, 1988
V.620Intern Reports (District), 1988
V.621Crawford, Sylvia Activity Reports, 1989
V.622Rosla Garrett Activity Report, 1989
V.623Shirley Gillespie Activity Report, 1989
V.624Activity Report Ted Jones, 1989
V.625Intern Reports District, 1989
V.626Sylvia Crawford Activity Reports, 1990
V.627Rosla Garrett Activity Reports, 1990
V.628Shirley Gillespie Activity Reports, 1990
V.629Ted Jones Activity Reports, 1990
V.630Activity Reports, 1991
V.631Intern Information, 1985
V.632Intern Program, 1990
V.633New Intern Forms, undated
V.634 - 52Intern Files- Various, 1986-1992
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V.71Ads and Contributions, 1992
V.72 - 7Schedule Requests, 1987-1992
V.78 - 14Grant Applications, 1984-1988
V.715CDBG [Community Development Block Grants] Grants Awards, 1989
V.716Grants-- Miscellaneous/Letters, Awards, etc., 1991
V.717Letters of Support (Grants, Projects, Programs, etc.), 1992
V.718Boys Club, Housing Authority Youth Sports Grant, 1992
V.719Columbus Metropolitan Airport: Construction Of New Airport, 1992
V.720Columbus Metropolitan Airport: Discretionary Funds, 1988
V.721American Scholarship Foundation, 1989
V.722Americus Technical School (Airplane), 1988
V.723August Blitz, 1983
V.724Bayonet Contract, 1992
V.725Bombing, Marion County, 1989 May 4
V.726Brookstone School Visit, 1989
V.727Chattahoochee River Pollution, 1990
V.728Columbus Postal Customers Council, 1985
V.729Columbus Water Works Combined Sewer, 1992
V.730Congressional Award Program, 1983
V.731Colonel James Daily, Retirement Ceremony, 1990 March 30
V.732CVVC - Centralized Veterans Service Center, 1989
V.733Ecos Village, 1992 Quincentennial, 1991
V.734Editorial Board Meeting, 1989
V.735Family Housing, Dahlonega, Georgia, 1991
V.736Fort Benning Retiree Council, 1988 February 22
V.737Fort Mitchell Virginia Cemetery, 1983
V.738Georgia Textile Tour, 1988
V.739Hardaway High School Band, 1986
V.740Housing Authority of Columbus Meeting Low Income Housing and Drug Abuse, 1990
V.741Drug Free Public Housing Meeting, 1989
V.742Indian Heritage Center Fort Mitchell, Alabama, 1992
V.743Infantry Conference, 1990
V.744Jewish Meeting, 1988 June 3
V.745Land Swap - Columbus, Fort Benning and Cusseta, 1991-1992
V.746Fort Benning Laundry Contract, Chattahoochee County, 1991
V.747Leadership Georgia Luncheon, 1991
V.748League Of Women Voters Meeting, 1989 February 24
V.749March Of Dimes Walk America, 1990
V.750MLK [Martin Luther King, Jr.] Breakfast, 1989
V.751Mach Medical Cuts, 1988
V.752Medical Center, Columbus, Certificate Of Need - OB/GYN Improvements, 1991
V.753Bill Miller, Beverage Hall Of Fame, 1988
V.754Mini-Storage Units, Fort Benning, 1989
V.755Modular Day Care Center Ribbon Cutting, 1990
V.756Month Of The Military Child, 1985
V.757Motor Pool Conversion to GSA [General Services Administration], 1988
V.758Muscogee Literacy Council, 1989
V.759Sam Nunn Golf Tournament, 1991
V.760Sam Nunn/Congressman Ray Mentor/Protege Program, 1991
V.761Office Furniture Replacement Tornado Damage, 1990 February 10
V.762Plains High School Restoration Carter Historic Site, 1990
V.763Primus Clinic, 1986-1988
V.764Proctor & Gamble Site Visit, 1989 February 16
V.765Pre-Legislative Forum, 1988 November 9-18
V.766Railroad Abandonment CSX Line, 1988 July 20
V.767River Front Project/Hydro Electric Dam, 1992
V.768R.R. [Rail Road] Retiree Meeting, 1988 October 25
V.769Reallocation Of Water In Lake Lanier, 1991
V.770Reregulation/Reallocation West Point Lake, 1988
V.771Satellite Outpatient Clinic, Virginia, 1990
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V.81School Food Service Advisory Committee, 1989
V.82School of the Americas, 1989 August 9
V.83Storage Lockers (MWR) Fort Benning, 1989
V.84Taylor County Hazardous Waste Incinerator, 1989
V.85Taylor County Landfill, 1989
V.86Tuskegee VAMC [Veterans' Affairs Medical Center]/I-85 Interchange, 1992
V.87Tuskegee/Virginia Pilot Program, 1991
V.88United Food Commercial Workers, 1992
V.89Veterans' Meeting, 1989 August 9
V.810Westvaco and 10th Mountain Division Visit, 1988 November 21



Subseries B: LaGrange District Office, 1983-1992

Extent: 4.0 boxes (3.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries B: LaGrange District Office contains general correspondence with constituents, project files, activity reports by his staff, and accepted invitations. The main subjects of the project files include airport improvements, the annual arts competition for high school students, Corps of Engineers projects, local small businesses, and water use.
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V.811Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1983
V.812Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1983
V.813Public Relations Correspondence: Thank you letters, 1983
V.814Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1983
V.815Invitations: Accepted, 1983
V.816Invitations: Pending, 1983
V.817Projects: LaGrange Open House, 1983
V.818Projects: Instrument Landing System - LaGrange Callaway Airport, 1983
V.819Projects: Grant Applications - City of LaGrange, 1983
V.820Projects: Corps of Engineers - Excess Property, 1983
V.821Projects: Corps of Engineers - Hunting, 1983
V.822Projects: Corps of Engineers - Miscellaneous, 1983
V.823 - 31Activity Reports: April - December (Hilda Railey), 1983
V.832Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1984
V.833Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1984
V.834Public Relations Correspondence: Thank you Letters, 1984
V.835Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1984
V.836Invitations: Accepted, 1984
V.837Projects: LaGrange - Federal Building, 1984
V.838Projects: Corps Of Engineers - Miscellaneous, 1984
V.839Projects: Corps Of Engineers - Docks, 1984
V.840Projects: Highway 19 - Thomaston, 1984
V.841 - 52Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey), 1984
V.853Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1985
V.854Public Relations Correspondence: Thank you Letters, 1985
V.855Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1985
V.856Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1985
V.857Invitations: Accepted, 1985
V.858Projects: Hughes-Georgia Ribbon Cutting, 1985
V.859Projects: FAA [Federal Aviation Administration]/Airport Authority Meeting, 1985 July 1
V.860Projects: Small Business Forum - Thomaston, Georgia, 1985 July 27
V.861Projects: Miscellaneous Projects, 1985
V.862 - 63Projects: 3rd District Congressional Art Competition, 1985-1986
V.864 - 75Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey}, 1985
V.876Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1986
V.877Public Relations Correspondence: Thank you Letters, 1986
V.878Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1986
V.879Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1986
V.880Invitations: Accepted, 1986
V.881Projects: Meriwether/Harris County Committee, 1986
V.882Projects: Corps Of Engineers - Cook Mansion, 1986
V.883Projects: Warm Springs Fish Hatchery, 1986
V.884Projects: Miscellaneous Projects, 1986
V.885Internship Program- Cindy Smith, 1986
V.886 - 97Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey), 1986
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V.91Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations- Lagrange, 1987
V.92Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1987
V.93Public Relations Correspondence: Thank You Letters, 1987
V.94Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1987
V.95Invitations: Accepted, 1987
V.96Projects: Small Business Advisory Committee, 1987
V.97Projects: Education Committee, 1987
V.98Projects: Agriculture Committee, 1987
V.99Projects: Third District Art Competition, 1987
V.910Projects: Art Competition- Staff Memos, 1987
V.911Intern Program: Tessa Willoughby, 1987
V.912 - 23Activity Reports: January -December (Hilda Railey), 1987
V.924Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1988
V.925Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1988
V.926Public Relations Correspondence: Thank you Letters, 1988
V.927Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1988
V.928Invitations: Accepted, 1988
V.929Projects: Third District Art Competition Notebook, 1988
V.930Projects: Work Folder for Art Competition, 1988
V.931Projects: Art Competition Correspondence, 1988
V.932Projects: Third District Art Competition Memos, 1988
V.933Projects: West Point Lake Advisory Committee, 1988
V.934Projects: Federal Building - LaGrange, 1988
V.935Projects: Reregulatory Dam, 1988
V.936Projects: Hogansville Post Office, 1988
V.937Projects: LaGrange Airport, 1988
V.938 - 39Intern Program: Ron Davis and Shelia Smith, 1988
V.940 - 51Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey), 1988
V.952Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1989
V.953Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1989
V.954Public Relations Correspondence: Thank you Letters, 1989
V.955Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1989
V.956Invitations: Accepted, 1989
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V.101Projects: Chamber Fly-In, 1989
V.102Projects: West Point Lake Pollution, 1989
V.103Projects: Art Competition, 1989
V.104Projects: Third District Art Competition, 1989
V.105Projects: Aero-Space Meeting at Hughes Georgia, 1989
V.106Projects: Sprewell Bluff, 1989
V.107 - 18Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey), 1989
V.1019Public Relations Correspondence: PR letters- Lagrange, 1990
V.1020Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1990
V.1021Public Relations Correspondence: Thank You Letters, 1990
V.1022Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1990
V.1023Invitations: Accepted, 1990
V.1024Invitations: H. J. Thomas Reception, 1990
V.1025Projects: Chamber Fly-In, 1990
V.1026Projects: Water Quality Task Force, 1990
V.1027Projects: Third District Art Competition Notebook, 1990
V.1028Projects: LaGrange Community Development Block Grant Program, 1990
V.1029Projects: West Point Lake Advisory Committee, 1989-1990
V.1030 - 39Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey), 1990
V.1040Public Relations Correspondence: PR Congratulations, 1991
V.1041Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1991
V.1042Public Relations Correspondence: Thank You Letters, 1991
V.1043Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1991
V.1044Invitations: Accepted, 1991
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V.111Projects: Chamber Fly-In, 1991
V.112Projects: Sister City - Poti Georgia, 1991
V.113Projects: L.I.F.E. Committee, 1991
V.114Projects: HCFA [Health Care Financing Administration] Physicians Pay Reform, 1991
V.115Projects: State Park - West Point Lake, 1991
V.116Projects: Meriwether County Water System/Warm Springs Pools, 1991
V.117Projects: Airport Fly Around, 1991
V.118Projects: West Point Lake - Toxins, 1991
V.119Projects: Rebuilding Of Kuwait, 1991
V.1110 - 13Activity Reports: January - December (Hilda Railey), 1991
V.1114Public Relations Correspondence: PR Articles, 1992
V.1115Public Relations Correspondence: Condolences, 1992
V.1116Public Relations Correspondence: Thank You Letters, 1992
V.1117Public Relations Correspondence: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1992
V.1118Invitations: Accepted, 1992
V.1119Projects: Chamber Fly-In, 1992
V.1120Projects: Fish Hatchery, 1992
V.1121Projects: A&WP Depot - LaGrange, 1992
V.1122Projects: Atlanta Wastewater Permits, 1992
V.1123Projects: Reallocation Legislation, 1992
V.1124Projects: West Point Lake - Striped Bass Stocking, 1992
V.1125Projects: Shoreline Management Plan-West Point Lake, 1992
V.1126Projects: Water Quality Task Force Folder, 1992
V.1127Projects: Post Facility - LaGrange, 1992
V.1128Projects: Troup County Advisory Committee, 1992
V.1129Projects: Hogansville Advisory Committee, 1992
V.1130Projects: Government Center - LaGrange, 1992
V.1131Projects: West Point Lake Advisory Committee, 1992
V.1132 - 33Activity Reports: January - June (Hilda Railey), 1992
V.1134 - 35Arthur's [Field Representative's] Reports, 1986-1987



Subseries C. Warner Robins District Office, 1982-1992

Extent: 5.0 boxes (5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries C: Warner Robins District Office contains general correspondence with constituents, project files, activity reports by his staff, and accepted invitations. The main subjects of the project files include meetings and events in his district such as the annual art competition and Academy Day, as well as agriculture, airport improvement, black history, and Highway 19.
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V.121 - 5Arthur's [Field Representative's] Reports, 1988-1992
V.126 - 11Warner Robins Activity Reports, 1987-1992
V.1212 - 18Art Competition Project, 1987-1990
V.1219 - 22Academy Day Project, 1985-1990
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V.131 - 2Academy Day Project, 1991-1992
V.133Veterans Symposium, 1985
V.134Agricultural Advisory Meetings, 1985
V.135Pettigrew Endowment Fund Meetings, 1987
V.136Airport Fly-Around, 1989
V.137Macon Airport Meetings, 1989-1990
V.138Byron Lab, 1989
V.139Timber Hearings, 1989 March 13
V.1310Peace Officers Meetings, 1989-1990
V.1311Agricultural Meeting, 1990 August 17
V.1312 - 13Aerospace Meeting, 1990
V.1314Savannah Peach Disaster Meeting, 1990 January 29-31
V.1315Peace Officers Meeting Information, 1990
V.1316Highway 19 Meeting, 1990
V.1317County Agents Meetings, 1990
V.1318Airport Agenda, 1990 April 20
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V.141Taylor Landfill, 1990-1992
V.142Peach Industry Information, 1990-1992
V.143Regional Airport Information, 1990
V.144Airport Fly-Around, 1990-1992
V.145Third Black History Observance, 1990-1992
V.146Agricultural Advisory Meeting, 1990-1992
V.147 - 8Highway 19 Meetings, 1990-1992
V.149Agricultural Advisory Committee, 1990-1992
V.1410Aerospace Meeting, 1990-1992
V.1411Airport Fly-Around, 1991
V.1412Highway Project Georgia 87 U.S. 23, 1990-1992
V.1413County Extension Agents, 1990-1992
V.1414Senator George Museum Project, 1990-1992
V.1415Macon Georgia Breakfast, 1990-1992
V.1416Highway 19 Meeting, 1991
V.1417Peace Officers, 1990-1992
V.1418Thomaston Cable Meeting, 1990-1992
V.1419ASA [Atlantic Southeast Airlines] Study, 1990-1992
V.1420Black History, 1992
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V.151History of Richard B. Ray Campaign, 1982
V.152Baby Cups, 1985
V.153Centerville Post Office, 1992
V.154Perry/Fort Valley Airport, 1989
V.155Public Housing Authority, 1990
V.156Plains Historical Site, 1986
V.157 - 8Black History, 1991
V.159Andersonville Historical Site, 1992
V.1510Defense Advisory Committee Meetings, 1989
V.1511 - 13Invitations, 1985-1991
V.1514Thank You Letters to Congressman Ray, 1990
V.1515Thank You Letters from Congressman Ray, 1990
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V.1616Constituent Calls and Opinions, 1990
V.161PR [Public Relations] Various Info, 1992
V.162Condolences, 1990
V.163 - 11Congratulations, 1990
V.1612Star Students and Teachers, 1990
V.1613PR [Public Relations] (Various Info), 1991
V.1614WR [Warner Robins] Thank-Yous (From Constituents), 1991
V.1615Condolences, 1991
V.1616Invitations, 1991
V.1617PR [Public Relations] Congratulations A-Z, 1991
V.1618Star Students and Teachers, 1991
V.1619Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1992
V.1620 - 21Invitations, 1992
V.1622Warner Robins Thank-You, 1992
V.1623Condolences, 1991
V.1624PR [Public Relations] Congratulations A-Z, 1992
 

Series VI: Office, 1983-1991

Extent: 2.0 boxes (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Divided into two subseries: A. Policies; B. Travel.



Subseries A: Policies, 1983-1991

Extent: 1.0 box (0.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries A: Policies includes office manuals, information about the intern program, biographies of Congressman and Mrs. Ray, a paper about Fort Benning, and information about Congress.
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VI.11Media Book, undated
VI.12Official Policy Manual - Office of Congressman Richard Ray, undated
VI.13Office Policy Manual, 1983, 1990
VI.14Franking Commission, 1985 June 7
VI.15Washington Intern Information, 1985-1991
VI.16[Event Fliers], 1985
VI.17Current Biography, 1991
VI.18Biographical Information on Barbara Ray, 1988 April 22
VI.19Houston Home Journal Articles, 1986-1989
VI.110Point Paper on Fort Benning, 1989 June
VI.111Duties of a Congressman, 1986 May 31
VI.112History of the Capitol, undated
VI.113Chronology Members Representing the 3rd District of Georgia, 1991 June 10
VI.114Obscure Pictures Mailed, 1991 January-February
VI.115Zebulon Photo Article, 1984 July 6



Subseries B: Travel, 1984-1988

Extent: 2.0 boxes (1.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Subseries B: Travel documents Ray's travel to his district and with committees, including travel to military bases and internationally. The papers include itineraries, briefings and talking points for public appearances, and background information about the location and issues to be discussed.
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VI.116Ray Trip to Dayton, Ohio, 1984 September 27
VI.117Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1984 September 27
VI.118Ray Trip Schedule to Georgia District, 1984 October 24-November 7
VI.119Gridiron Secret Society, 1984 November 2
VI.120European Trip (Air Base Defense), 1984 October 11-20
VI.121Ray Trip to Pratt and Whitney, Hartford, Connecticut, 1984 October 8
VI.122Ray Europe Trip... Jessi B. Represented RBR, 1984 October 18
VI.123Ray and Mrs. Ray Far East Trip, 1984 November 8-21
VI.124Ray Trip to McDonnell Douglas, St. Louis, 1984 November 29
VI.125Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1984 December 7-10
VI.126Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1984 December 12-23
VI.127Luncheon for New AFLC Commander, 1984 October 2
VI.128Staff Representation for RBR -- D.C. and Georgia, 1984 September-December
VI.129Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1985 May 23-30
VI.130Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1985 March 8-10
VI.131Easter District Work Period, 1985 April 7-14
VI.132Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1985 April 26-28
VI.133Ray Trip to Georgia District, 1985 May 2-5
VI.134Schedule for Congressman Richard Ray District Work Week, 1985 February 8-19
VI.135Congressman and Mrs. Ray - St. Patrick's Weekend Trip to Savannah, 1985 March
VI.136Ray Trip to Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, 1985 January 13-February 1
VI.137U.S. Dept. of Army Fort Bliss Trip, 1985 February 24-26
VI.138Trip - D.C. to Perry/Atlanta J-J/Greenbriar, 1985 March 1-3
VI.139Congressman and Mrs. Ray CSIS [Center for Strategic and International Studies] Conference, Williamsburg, Va. - 4/85, 1985 April 19-21
VI.140Visit to West Coast Facilities, 1986 January
VI.141January Recess Schedule, 1986
VI.142January Schedule, 1985
VI.143Schedule - Trip [Texas], 1986 August 27-September 9
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VI.21Trip to California, 1986 August
VI.22Trip Information, 1984 August-1985 August
VI.23Mrs. Ray District Trip, 1986 February
VI.24McClellan Air Force Base, 1986 May 30-June 2
VI.25Philippines Trip, 1986 February
VI.26Air Base Defense, 1986 June 28-July 7
VI.27Philippines Trip Information, 1986
VI.28HASC [House Committee on Armed Services] "Around the World" Trip, 1986 November 10-25
VI.29Congressional Golf Tour - Greenbriar, 1986 November 7-9
VI.210March Schedule, 1986 March
VI.211March Recess Schedule, 1986 March
VI.212Memorial Day Recess, 1986
VI.213May Recess, 1986 May
VI.214[Plains Barbeque, Georgia Pest Control, St. Paul Church, Roland McElroy Function], 1986 July 24-28
VI.215July Recess (District), 1986July 8-13
VI.216October Recess, 1986 October 18-November 5
VI.217Raytheon Trip, 1987 October 9
VI.218January Recess, 1987 January
VI.219August Recess, 1986 August
VI.220Reception for Father O'Keeffe, 1984 March 18
VI.221Wehrkunde Conference, 1984 February 10-12
VI.222Wehrkunde, 1984
VI.223Small Business Conference, 1986 July 13-15
VI.224Prayer Breakfast, 1986 February 5
VI.225Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, 1986 February 28
VI.226DOE [Department of Energy] Briefing, 1986 March 6
VI.227KMS Fusion Labs Trip, 1986 April 18
VI.228Chamber Dinner, 1986 April 28
VI.2295/10 to 5/12 in District, 1986 May
VI.230District Visit, 1986 June 19-22
VI.231Central America Trip, 1986 June 9
VI.232Bar-B-Que, 1986 June 6-9
VI.233August Recess, 1987 August
VI.234California Honorarium Trip, 1987 August 30-September 5
VI.235Central America Trip, 1987 January 30-31
VI.236Atlanta Convention, 1988 July 17
 

Series VII: Photographs, 1972-1992

Extent: 9.0 boxes (9.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series VIII: Photographs contains images of Ray at events, with constituents or staff, while traveling in his district and abroad, and while campaigning. Notable events include election night for each campaign from 1982 through 1988, trips internationally with the House Armed Services Committee, and meeting with the Contras in Nicaragua in 1986. The majority of the images are color snapshots, with some black and white photographs, contact sheets, and a few slides.
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VII.11October 1983, 1983
VII.12Cabin Bluff, 1983
VII.13Mountain Pictures, 1983
VII.14 - 8August Blitz, 1983
VII.19Trip to Germany, 1983
VII.110Christmas Staff Party, 1983
VII.111Trip to Germany, 1983
VII.112[Robins Air Force Base], 1983
VII.113Pratt- Whitney Columbus, Georgia, 1984
VII.114[Small Business Hearing], 1984 January 14
VII.115Various Staff Photographs, 1983
VII.116Columbus Staff Pictures, 1983
VII.117Ray and District Staff for Media, 1983 April
VII.118Blitz Pictures/August, 1983
VII.119[Elks Club Reception Photographs], 1983
VII.120Black and White Photographs from Keith Jewell for Brochure and Distribution, 1983
VII.121Formal Photograph of Ray, 1983
VII.122Photograph File Correspondence, 1983
VII.123Office of Photography, 1983
VII.124Congressman with Constituents and LaGrange Leaders, 1983
VII.125Various Shots of the Congressman, 1983
VII.126Barnesville Reception, 1983
VII.127LaGrange Leaders, 1983
VII.128Informal Black and White of Ray on Phone, 1983
VII.129Geneva Trip, 1983
VII.130Unadilla Picture, 1983 May 21
VII.131Ray at Central Union Baptist Church, 1983 April
VII.132[Work Order], 1983
VII.133Staff Photographs and March of Dimes Walk-America, 1983 April
VII.134Soil Conversation Group, 1983
VII.135Ellaville Homecoming, 1983 April 16
VII.136Bartow Miller Dinner, 1983 April 15
VII.137Glossy: Ray and District Staff, 1983 April
VII.138Ray and District Staff for Media, 1983 April
VII.139Fort Valley Fundraiser, 1983 April 9
VII.140Trip to Robins Air Force Base, 1983 March 29
VII.141Fort Valley Fundraiser, 1983 March
VII.142[Slides and Election Night], 1983
VII.143Ray with Peanut Princess, 1983 March
VII.144Ray's Trip to Fort Hood, 1983 February 7
VII.145AFGE [American Federation of Government Employees] Meeting, 1983 February
VII.146Warner Robins Fundraiser, 1983 January 24
VII.147Ray's Visit to Robins Air Force Base, 1983 January
VII.148Swearing-In: Ray and Sam Nunn, 1983 January
VII.149Senate Staff Club, 1983
VII.150Election Photographs, 1982 November
VII.151Ray with Assorted Famous People, 1983
VII.152Special Photographs, 1983
VII.153DNMC [Democratic New Members Caucus] Pictures, 1983
VII.154Georgia Delegation, 1983
VII.155Ray with Various Constituents, 1983
VII.156[General Assembly of Georgia], 1983
VII.157[State Capitol], 1983
VII.158Miscellaneous Pictures, 1983
VII.159Trip to Germany, 1983
VII.160August Blitz, 1983
VII.161Congressman Ray's Personal Photographs, 1983
VII.162[Ray with Group], 1983
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VII.21Miscellaneous Photograph File, 1984
VII.22Formal Photographs, 1984
VII.23Formal- Keith Jewell, 1984
VII.24Photographs of RBR, 1984 October
VII.25Armed Services Committee Pictures of RBR, 1984
VII.26Photograph File, 1984
VII.27Miscellaneous Photograph File, 1984
VII.28RBR and Mrs. Ray at Capitol, 1984 October
VII.29Ray with Woman, 1984
VII.210RBR Golfing, 1984
VII.211Quilt Picture, 1984
VII.212Armed Services Committee and Staff, 1984 October 2
VII.213Thanksgiving Card Photographs, 1984
VII.214Photograph File, 1984
VII.215Virgin Islands, 1984
VII.216School of Medicine Dedication, 1984
VII.217RBR with Gardner Newman and Hawley, 1984
VII.218Ray with Marketing Official, 1984
VII.219Christmas Card Pictures, 1984
VII.220Negative - Richard Ray - Used for Campaign, 1984
VII.221Georgia Delegation Breakfast, 1984
VII.222Photograph File, 1984
VII.223Election Night, 1984
VII.224Campaign '84, 1984
VII.225Primary Night, 1984
VII.226Congressmen on Riverboat, 1984 August
VII.227St. John's Island Photographs, 1984
VII.228June Photographs, 1984
VII.229Photograph File Armed Services Committee, 1984
VII.230July Photographs, 1984
VII.231Central Union Baptist Church, Fort Valley, Georgia, 1984
VII.232 - 33Photograph File, 1984
VII.234Medicaid Dedication, 1984 September
VII.235September Photographs, 1984
VII.236August Photograph File, 1984
VII.237Crawford County "Big Check" at Georgia State Capitol, 1984
VII.238Lebanon, 1984
VII.239State Capitol Photographs, 1984
VII.240 - 41May Photographs, 1984
VII.242Photograph of Washington Workshop Students: Donna Powell and Billy Sanders, 1984 May 2
VII.243Grace, Mrs. Allene- Middle Georgia Voters, 1984 April 2
VII.244Picture of Congressman Ray and Congresswoman Beverly Byron, 1984 April 9
VII.245Mickey Mantle and Representatives Ray, Darden and Rowland- WalkAmerica, 1984 April
VII.246Fundraisers and Events, 1984 March 16-18
VII.247Warner Robins Red, 1984 March
VII.248March Photographs, 1984
VII.249Intern Breakfast, 1984 March
VII.250Georgia Civil Defense, 1984 February
VII.251Sumter County Reception, 1984 February
VII.252Reverend Flakes Invocation, 1984 February 25
VII.253February Photographs, 1984
VII.254October Photographs [Includes White House Barbeque and Sonny Montgomery], 1983
VII.255Flakes in D.C., 1984 February
VII.256Contact Sheets, 1983 October
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VII.31December 1983 - January 1984 Photographs, 1983-1984
VII.32November Photographs, 1983
VII.33Visit to Lockheed - Georgia, 1984 December 17
VII.34Academy Pictures, 1985
VII.35Miles Kimball Company, 1985
VII.36 - 8European Air Base Defense, 1984 October
VII.39January Photographs, 1985
VII.310RBR/ Congressman Leath/ Congressman Rowland, General Nugteren, Pete Wheeler Warner Robins Air Force Base, 1985
VII.311Ray Swearing-In, 1985 January 5
VII.312Robins Air Force Base Slides - Sent from Major General C. Nugteren - Photograph of his Daughter the Captain Cecile Nugteren, 1985
VII.313Photographs of the Monument Taken from the White House, 1985
VII.314Maxine Reese, P.J. Wise, John Tucker, 1987 September 9
VII.315RBR and Jerry Blackwell August Recess, 1987
VII.316Mr. Ray (From Congressman W.H. Natcher Kentucky), 1987 August 6
VII.317Randall Bryce, 1987 July 30
VII.318Air Force Academy Visitors Board, 1987
VII.319Stephanie and Charles Joseph, 1987 July 22
VII.320Ken/RBR Elizabeth/RBR, 1987 August 3
VII.321Group Pictures, 1987 July 30
VII.322Mr. Ray's Welcome Back Party, 1987 July 30
VII.323FHA [Federal Housing Administration] Group, 1987 July
VII.324Purser Family, 1987 July 22
VII.325June and Chet Lowe - Warner Robins, 1987 July 1
VII.326Negatives for Les' Going Away Party, 1987 July 24
VII.327Dowd and Lewis Walker, 1987 July
VII.328Martha Tate, 1987 July 2
VII.329Cabin Bluff, 1987 June
VII.330Ann Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Ray, 1987 June 29
VII.331Frances Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Ray, 1987 June 29
VII.332 - 33Art Winners, 1987 June 25
VII.334Lowe 6th Graders, 1987 June
VII.335Allene Grace - Byron, Georgia, 1987 June
VII.336Betty Brown [Hendeson Jr. High School], 1987 June
VII.337Winky Parker and the 4-H Group- Hamilton, Georgia, 1987 June
VII.338Laina Yule - Part Time Worker for RBR, 1987 May
VII.339 - 41May Photographs, 1987
VII.342Close-up Group - 16 Students - Lamar and Pike Counties, 1987 January 28
VII.343Georgia EMC [Electric Membership Corporation] Delegation, 1987 May
VII.344E.V. Brown - Hawkinsville, Georgia, 1987 April
VII.345Colton and Thelma Saxton - Perry, Georgia, 1987 April
VII.346James Harris, 1987 April
VII.347Brookstone School Students, 1987 April
VII.348Close-Up - 19 Students Troup County, 1987 February 4
VII.349Warner Robins Chamber, 1987 April 28
VII.350Mr. Ray with General Carl E. Vuono - Fort Monroe Visit, 1987 April
VII.351 - 52April Photographs, 1987
VII.353Letisha, 1987
VII.354 - 56March Photographs, 1987
VII.357Congressional Chili Cook-Off, 1987 February
VII.358Photograph of O'Neil Rooks with RBR, 1987 February 4
VII.359Frances Turner, 1986 December 17
VII.360Ray Staff Christmas Party, 1986 December
VII.361Henry Thomas - Edward Dawson, 1986 December 17
VII.362Brinkman, Christian, 1986 December 2
VII.363HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Around the World Trip, 1986 November
VII.364Hortman/Thompson, 1986 October 15
VII.365Marc Acree and Esta, 1986 October 10
VII.366Going Away Party for Carla Thompson, 1986 September 8
VII.367Happy Birthday Doug, 1986 September 12
VII.368Photograph File, 1986
VII.369Bill's Reception, 1986
VII.370Jeff Rowland, 1986 September 30
VII.371Contract Sheet- Les Seagraves, 1986 September 19
VII.372Brooks, Paul, and Morie Carlson, 1986 September 10
VII.373William, Marcell, and Margaret Clark, 1986 September 8
VII.374RBR at General Dynamics, 1986 August 29
VII.375Interns: Saralyn Bittick and Brian Wright, 1986 August 15
VII.376Beth Faulkner, Stephen England, Jill Faulkner, 1986 August 13
VII.377Reverend Arthur Bishop with Family, 1986 August 13
VII.378Happy Birthday Donna Singletary, 1986 August 13
VII.379Judge Bowen, 1986 August 12
VII.380Mary and Jamie Boyd, 1986 August 11
VII.381Mayor Lewis Meeks, 1986 August 5
VII.382Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tripp and Family, 1986 August 1
VII.383Atlantic Fleet Submarine Tour/ Francis Scott Key, 1986
VII.384Jimmy Paul and Family, 1986 July 31
VII.385Georgia 4-H Delegation, 1986 July 30
VII.386John and Mae Washington, Myya J. Washington, 1986 July 30
VII.387Mount Pilgrim Baptist, 1986 July 30
VII.388Charles and Cynthia Adams III, 1986 July 30
VII.389Robert Anderson Party, 1986 July 29
VII.390Future Business Leaders of America, 1986 July 27
VII.391RBR and Eagle Award- Security Leadership, 1986 July 25
VII.392Ira Foster, 1986 July 22
VII.393Saralyn Bittick, 1986 July 22
VII.394Joachim Lotz, 1986 July 21
VII.395Harry Hancock- Morningside Baptist Church, 1986 July 18
VII.396Carl and Betty Hammock with Stephanie Hooks, 1986 July 15
VII.397Linda Lawrence - Opal Bass, 1986 July 14
VII.398Charles and Evelyn Poole, 1986 June 30
VII.399Rudy DeLeon's Negatives, 1986 June 27
VII.3100Faulkner and Cawthon, 1986 June 27
VII.3101John Lavender with Jimmy Maine, 1986 June 26
VII.3102History Day Finalist - LaGrange, Columbus, 1986 June 19
VII.3103Leo G. Purnell with Harris County Civic League, 1986 June 18
VII.3104Al and Jan Baggarly, 1986 June 12
VII.3105Brian Wright Check from Hughes Aircraft, 1986 June 5
VII.3106The Wilbur Rumph Family, 1986 May 22
VII.3107Close-Up Group, 1986 May 20
VII.3108Heather and Brian Wright, 1986 May 16
VII.3109Robert (Rob) Kindred, 1986 May 7
VII.3110Baxter, Maida, and Reagan Evans, 1986 May 2
VII.3111Ray Jenkins - Second Memorial Baptist Church, 1986 July 17
VII.3112Warner Robins Chamber/Commerce, 1986 April 28
VII.3113Doug Hopkins/Denise Ingram, 1986 April 28
VII.3114Staff Contact Sheet- Photograph Rejects, 1986 April 26
VII.3115R. E. Lee Junior High School - Dick Sergeant Thomaston, Georgia, 1986 April 25
VII.3116Dr. Leonard W. Bell- 104 Stonewall Drive Warner Robins, Georgia 31093, 1986 April 21
VII.3117Henderson Jr. High School, 1986 April 16
VII.3118Rob Cavis, 1986 April 16
VII.3119Troup High School Band - LaGrange, Georgia, 1986 April 10
VII.31204-H - Harris County Winky Parker, 1986 April 6
VII.3121Interns: Brian Wright and Wesley Wynans, 1986 April 8
VII.3122Gladys Phillips, Annie Lou Mackeigan, Lura Jackson, and Margaret Green, 1986 April 8
VII.3123 - 124Congressional Wives Chili Cook-off, 1986 March 25
VII.3125RBR - Doug - Tony (Norman), 1986 March 24
VII.3126Martha King Tours, 1986 March 24
VII.3127Congressional Scholars N.Y.L.C. [National Young Leaders Conference], 1986 March 19
VII.3128Bill Tallmadge's Surprise Birthday Party, 1986 March 17
VII.3129Brenda Gibson - Perry, Georgia - Houston Home Journal Press Visit, 1986 March 19-21
VII.3130Joyce Carter and Others, 1986 March 18
VII.3131Miller Elementary School - Van Wood Tours, 1986 March 6
VII.3132Willie Tyson - Charles Chapman, 1986 March 6
VII.3133Staff Photograph with RBR - Morning After Birthday Bash, 1986 February 4
VII.3134Congressional Philippines Trip, 1986 February 14-17
VII.3135Greenbriar Trip with Other Members of Congress, 1986 February
VII.3136RBR receiving Golden Bulldog Award, 1986 January 30
VII.3137Nina Dobbs - Presidential Classroom, 1986 January 29
VII.3138Sims, Pendleton, Deamer, Walton, 1986 January 22
VII.3139Ray Close-Up Group, 1986 January 21
VII.3140President Reagan State of the Union Address, 1986 January
VII.3141Lynda and Deborah McNealy, 1985 December 6
VII.3142Don Fenton, 1985 December
VII.3143Southland Academy, 1985 November 13
VII.3144Dr. and Mrs. Lucian Cousins of LaGrange, Georgia, 1985 November 12
VII.3145Intern Breakfast with Nunn's Interns, 1985 October
VII.3146Washington Staff Picture, 1985 November 12
VII.3147RBR at Gramm-Rudman Press Conference, 1985 October
VII.3148RBR in 1986 Congressman Arts Caucus Brochure Re: Art Competition, 1986
VII.3149District Office Managers and some of Washington Staff, 1985 October 16
VII.3150RBR and Other Members at Press Conference on the Balance Budget Amendment, 1985 October 10
VII.3151White House Picnic, 1985 September
VII.3152RBR at Textile Caucus Meeting, 1985 September 11
VII.3153Mr. John Lee and Other Chaperones and Boy Scout Troop #20, Chattahoochee Council, 1985 August 1
VII.3154Photograph of General Galvin in a Uniform [Army], 1985
VII.3155Michelle Wilson, 1985 July 31
VII.3156Angie DiMauro, 1985 July
VII.3157Callahan, Dr. and Mrs. Dan, 1985 July 23
VII.3158Mary Ellen Morris, 1985 July
VII.3159John and Joyce Sirmon, 1985 July 15
VII.3160Walter, Derek, and Mandy Singletary of Camilla, Georgia, 1985 July 8
VII.3161Ruth White's Retirement Party, 1985 July
VII.3162School of the Americas, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1985 July 1-6
VII.3163Lynda McNealy (Summer Intern), 1985 June 26
VII.3164Chris Toole [Art Competition Winner for Third District], 1985 June 26
VII.3165Mr. Cho and Daughter Gin Cho and Mr. Lee, 1985 June 26
VII.3166Plains Hearing, 1985 June 22
VII.3167Secretary of Air Force Golf Tournament, 1985 June
VII.3168Columbus Evangel Temple, 1985 June 19
VII.3169Karen Laster of Americus, Georgia/Presidential Classroom Student, 1985 June 19
VII.3170Mr. Ray in ASC [Armed Services Committee], 1985
VII.3171Pictures of Textile Caucus Meeting, 1985
VII.3172RBR receiving "Peace Through Strength" Award, 1985
VII.3173Picture of President Reagan with Full Congress in House Chambers, 1985
VII.3174Mashburns of Hawkinsville, Georgia, 1985 June 14
VII.3175Intern Breakfast/Meeting, 1985 June 12
VII.3176Ray's Cousin - Margaret Slocum, 1985 June
VII.3177"Family and Friends Award" by Christian Voice, Inc., 1985 May
VII.3178Joe Lanier (President of West Point Pepperrell), 1985 May
VII.3179Chief Deputy Willie Talton of Warner Robins, Georgia and Son, 1985 May 7
VII.3180Georgia EMC [Electric Membership Corporation] Group, 1985 May 7
VII.3181Southland Academy (Americus, Georgia), 1985 May 7
VII.3182Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce, 1985 April 29
VII.3183Agriculture Advising Committee Meeting - Reynolds, Georgia, 1985 April 27
VII.3184Institute of Internal Auditors, 1985 April 26
VII.3185Plains, Troup County, Montezuma Pictures, 1985 April 19-21
VII.3186Horizons 60 Club of Hawkinsville, Georgia, 1985 April 19
VII.3187Mrs. Shirley Gillespie (Cindy's Mother), 1985 April 17
VII.3188RBR at 1985 Congressional Dinner of the GA Business Council, 1985
VII.3189President Son Sam of Cambodia, 1985 April
VII.3190"Ham and Egg Breakfast" at FVSC, 1985 April 8
VII.3191Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, 1985 April 3
VII.3192March of Dimes "WalkAmerica", 1985 April 2
VII.3193Kellett, M/M Russell and the ray Carleys and Mrs. Doylene Basedow, 1985 April 1
VII.3194Tri-County High Band, 1985 March 29
VII.3195McMullen, Alan, 1985 March 27
VII.3196"Cherry Blossoms"/Tidal Basin, 1985 March
VII.3197W.H. [White House] Visit, 1985 March
VII.3198Cim McMullen's School and Kids, 1985 March 26
VII.3199Carter, Mayor John L. of Greenville, Georgia and family, 1985 March 25
VII.3200Mayor of Vienna - Hobby Stripling and Mayor of Columbus - Bill Feighner, 1985 March 25
VII.3201Boy Scout Troop 59 of Fort Valley, Georgia, 1985 March 21
VII.3202Dalton Girl Scout Troop #1550 - Leader: Elaine Hackney Foster of Dalton, Georgia, 1985 March 19
VII.3203Reverend and Mrs. Larry Roberts of Perry, Georgia, 1985 March 19
VII.3204Savannah's St. Patrick's Day Weekend, 1986 March 15-17
VII.3205President of Argentina, 1985 March
VII.3206Two Foreign Gentlemen/Corcoran Gallery, 1985 March
VII.3207Gary Hunter of Perry, Georgia - Presidential Classroom Student, 1985 March 6
VII.3208Photographs for Georgia State Society Reception/ "Taste of Georgia", 1985 March 6
VII.3209Some Members of Georgia Delegation at Jefferson Jackson Dinner in Atlanta, 1985 March 1
VII.3210Trip to Fort Bliss, 1985 February
VII.3211Robyn Hyers, 1985 February 27
VII.3212Miscellaneous, 1985-1986
VII.3213C. Hill and Fort Valley State College Debate Team, 1985 February 6
VII.3214Americus Group (with Mayor Russell Thomas), 1985 February 3
VII.3215David M. Moore, 1985 January 31
VII.3216Troop High School (LaGrange Students) Close-Up Participants, 1985 January 31
VII.3217Fred and Dot Williams of Byron, Georgia, 1985 January 31
VII.3218Presidential Classroom Students - Paul Storey and Mollie Culpepper from Perry, Georgia, 1985 January 30
VII.3219Dr. Frank M. Lowrey - Americus City Board of Education, 1985 January 29
VII.3220Dr. Burse and Dr. Jean Porter of FVSC, 1985 January 29
VII.3221Pike County "Close-up" Students/ Zebulon, Georgia, 1985 January 24
VII.3222RBR submission to U.S. Naval Institute's Navy and Maritime Photographic Contest, 1985 December
VII.3223District Staff Picture with Geraldine Ferraro, 1984 December 5
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VII.41Gore, Hall, and [illegible] with RBR on steps, 1986 March 18
VII.42Close-up Group Unclaimed Photographs, 1987-1988
VII.43Congressman's Nicaragua Trip, 1988 February
VII.44Re-election Barbeque Weekend, 1986 June 6-9
VII.45Byron Farmhouse, 1944
VII.46Farm House Photographs, 1987
VII.47Byron House Workers Party, 1987 November 14
VII.48Photographs of Congressman Ray in Perry, Georgia, 1986
VII.49'Gooney Bird' Pictures (Taken on Far East Trip), 1984 November
VII.410Golf at Greenbriar, 1985 September
VII.411Pictures of European Trip, 1984 October
VII.412Capitol Pictures (Negatives in the "...monument..."), 1986
VII.413Williamsburg Photographs Monument/Sunset Shots, 1987
VII.414RBR Golf Weekend, 1986 April 18-20
VII.415Miscellaneous Photographs, 1985
VII.416President Jimmy Carter (autographed picture of President Carter wearing a RBR Button), 1982
VII.417Photograph with RBR and Vice President Bush, 1986
VII.418Extra (Contra Visit) Photographs- Trip to Central America, 1986
VII.419Congressional Trip to Central America, 1986
VII.420 - 21Smaller Central America Color Photographs, 1986
VII.422Congressional Trip to Central America Black and White Prints, 1986
VII.423 - 24Intern Photographs, 1986
VII.425House Photographs, 1986
VII.426RBR's Formal Photograph, 1986
VII.427Visitor - D.C. Grear and Billy Godfrey, 1988 March 22
VII.428Roosevelt Boradnax with Ray, 1988 March 22
VII.429Michael Brown, Mary Frances Mace, Tom York (Students) with Mr. Ray, 1988 March 22
VII.430Formal Photographs - RBR, 1986
VII.431Byron Home - Georgia Pest Control - St. Simons Island, Georgia, 1988 August
VII.432Congressman Ray with Group, 1986
VII.433Mr. Edge - Side of Tomb of Unknown Soldier, 1986 January
VII.434RBR with Perry United Methodist Church, 1988 June 13
VII.435Patrick Mullen and RBR, 1988 June 8
VII.436LaGrange College Graduation, 1988
VII.437Jack and Dale Reed with RBR, 1988 August
VII.438Ginny Ray and RBR, 1988 May 24
VII.439Sok and Lunar Song with RBR, 1988 May 22
VII.440Phil Perley, Suzy O'Neal and Mitchell Perley, 1988 May 20
VII.441Van Adams and Louise B. Thomas, 1988 May 16
VII.442RBR and Gary Lerner, 1988 May 12
VII.443Arthur White, Marge White, Gladys Blakely, 1988 May 11
VII.444Gary Lerner, 1988 May 11
VII.445Plunkett Family, 1988 March
VII.446Eaton Adams and William McClain with RBR, 1988 March
VII.447Constituents (Presidential Classroom Students), 1988 March
VII.448Small Business Sub-Committee Hearing Diesel Fund Tax, 1988 March 3
VII.449U.S. Air Force Academy, 1988 March
VII.450Timmons Family, 1988
VII.451Tracey Black - Birthday, 1987 November 20
VII.452RBR in meeting with President Reagan and Shultz, 1988 February 20
VII.453Grumman Facility, 1988 February
VII.454RBR, Mr. and Mrs. Luce, 1988 February
VII.455Nicaragua, 1988 January 31
VII.456RBR with President and Mrs. Carter at Plains Dedication, 1988 February 13
VII.457RBR/Military Person, 1988
VII.458RBR in Nicaragua, 1988 February
VII.459Ms. Ray on Trip and with Lake, 1988 February
VII.460Mariola Cosby, 1988 January
VII.461Herman Talmadge - GDA Breakfast, 1988
VII.462Michele Morgan and [illegible] with Ray on Steps, 1988 February 29
VII.463Ms. Reagan and Richard B. Ray, 1987 December
VII.464Pamela Burnette, 1987 December 2
VII.465RBR speaking at Georgia Southwestern College, 1987 December 5
VII.466Congressman J. Brooks with RBR, 1987 November
VII.467Steeplechase, 1987 November
VII.468Southland Academy 7th Grade, 1987 November 10
VII.469Donna and Randy Mauldin, 1987 November 10
VII.470Nancy Miller, 1987
VII.471Marie Ewing (Southland Academy), 1987 November 10-11
VII.472Mauldin (2), 1987
VII.473Kinser, 1987
VII.474Bryant (2), 1987
VII.475Karen Zbinden, 1987
VII.476Joe Donovan, 1987
VII.477Tammy Edwards, RBR, Cindy, 1987
VII.478Wayne Lante with RBR and school, 1987 November 4
VII.479Mr. Ray with Marquardt County Officials, 1987
VII.480Mr. and Mrs. Champion, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray-Byron, 1987 October 23
VII.481Ingeborg and Chris Stienmetz with RBR, 1987 October 14
VII.482Dubois White, 1987
VII.483Kinser Family, 1987 October 2
VII.484Union Farm House, 1987 October 14
VII.485Williamsburg, 1987 August
VII.486Joe Chapman Group, 1987
VII.487Airforce Academy-Board of Visitors Annual Meeting, 1987
VII.488Capitol Snow Scenes, 1985-1986
VII.489Special Photographs - Front Office, 1986
VII.490RBR with James Cantrell on Capitol steps, 1988 October
VII.491RBR with Sally Gaines, 1988 October
VII.492RBR with Patrick Ferguson (Intern), 1988 October
VII.49350 Candid Shots (Re-election), 1988
VII.494 - 96Contra, 1988
VII.497RBR and William Acker, 1988
VII.498Senator Nunn and RBR, 1972
VII.499November Photograph File, 1984
VII.4100RBR receiving Golden Bulldog Award, 1984
VII.4101Far East Trip, 1984 November
VII.4102December Pictures, 1984
VII.4103White House Picnic, 1988 September
VII.4104Lowel and Janice Register with RBR, 1988 September
VII.4105RBR with Lizabeth Lowe, 1988 September
VII.4106Jim Ray with RBR, 1988 September
VII.4107Jeff Pope with RBR, 1988 September
VII.4108RBR with Ben Smith of Tom's Foods, 1988 August
VII.4109RBR with the Walter W. Cosby Family, 1988 August
VII.4110Vice President Bush with RBR at Gymnasium Supper, 1988 August
VII.4111RBR with John Geiger, 1988 August
VII.4112RBR with Jane and Betsy Butler, 1988 August
VII.4113Capitol Pictures, 1988
VII.4114RBR with Sally, Patrick Ferguson, Laura and Ken, 1988
VII.4115RBR with the Arnold Gutierrez Family, 1988 August
VII.4116RBR with Mike Gilmer-Intern and Bill Merritt, 1988 August
VII.4117RBR with John Powell, 1988 August
VII.4118Democratic Convention Mementos from Jane Gardner, 1988 July 18-21
VII.4119Kathy Neuren with RBR, 1988 July
VII.4120Larry Walker's Barbeque, 1988 July
VII.4121Billy L. Powell, Jr. and Celeste Till with Richard B. Ray, 1988 July
VII.4122PCO School - Clemson, 1987 February 12
VII.4123Photographs - Big European, 1988
VII.4124Armed Services Trip to Several Countries, 1986
VII.4125Columbus Steeplechase Trip to District, 1986
VII.4126Photograph File, 1988
VII.4127Ray Christmas Photographs, 1986 December
VII.4128Reject File, 1988
VII.4129Contra Photograph File, 1988
VII.4130California Trip, 1986
VII.4131Ray Family Pictures, 1986 December
VII.4132European Trip, 1986
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VII.51RBR with Group - Compliments of the Honorable Ed Jones, M.C., 1988
VII.52National Textile Citizens with Dick Sargent, 1988 October
VII.53RBR with Family and Friends at Mt. Vernon the Weekend of Charlie's Wedding, 1988 September-October
VII.54Military Ball, 1988 September
VII.55FFA Intern Alen with RBR, 1988 October
VII.56Southland Academy (Americus) Group Tour, 1988 November
VII.57HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Trip Around the World, 1988 January
VII.58Steeple Chase Callaway Gardens, 1988
VII.59Fort Valley Close-up Students, 1989 January
VII.510RBR with Jennifer Pavlock and Friend, 1989 February 8
VII.511"Medal of Honor" Plaque Presentation, 1989 February
VII.512Robert Sole and Ralph Howard with RBR, 1989 February
VII.513Jane Hsen's Going Away Party, 1989 February
VII.514Inaugural Ceremony and RBR Birthday Breakfast, 1989 February
VII.515RBR Trip to Emory University, 1989 February
VII.516Swearing in Ceremony for Security of Defense - Richard Cheney, 1989 March
VII.517Presidential Inauguration Ceremony, 1989
VII.518RBR with Shaw High School Band, 1989 January 19
VII.519White House Christmas Ball, 1988
VII.520Photograph File, 1988
VII.5211. Artistic Discovery; 2. RBR with Jim Marshall and Robi Higgins, 1989 June
VII.522National Restaurant Association, 1989 June
VII.523RBR with Jim and Robi; Judge Bell; Faith Middle School; Perry Middle School, 1989 June 15
VII.524RBR with Perry Middle School, 1989 June 15
VII.525Crossroads Bank of Georgia, 1989 June 9
VII.526Manchester High School, 1989 June 7
VII.527Brookstone Academy with RBR, 1989 May 11
VII.528LaGrange High School, 1989 May
VII.529RBR Trip to Lake Burton, 1989 May
VII.530Crawford County 4-H Group - Adam Ray in Group, 1989 May
VII.531Staff Party Honoring Lee and Amy (Culpepper), 1989 May
VII.532Georgia EMC [Electric Membership Corporation] Reception, 1989 May
VII.533Georgia Association of Realtors - Cindy Gillepsie Family - Brown Pinkston with RBR, 1989 April
VII.534Academy Review Board Trip on U.S.S. Lexington and Turner's Beach House, 1989 June
VII.535Cindy Gillepsie - Earl [illegible] Gillepsie, 1989 April
VII.536Dale and Rick Mallory - JoAnna Mallory - Matthew Mallory with RBR, 1989 April 4
VII.537Fred and Mary Turner and Jessica Turner - LaGrange, Georgia, 1989 April
VII.538Kendrick High School, 1989 May
VII.539Chili Cook-Off, 1989 April
VII.540Milner Middle School - Milner, Georgia, 1989 April 4
VII.541Color Photographs of RBR, 1989 March
VII.542RBR and Close-up Students - Pike County and Troup County, 1989
VII.543RBR and Presidential Classroom Student - Midland, Georgia, 1989
VII.544RBR with Dexter White, 1989 March
VII.545Luncheon Honoring Dr. Lewis Sullivan, 1989 February
VII.546Democratic Caucus at the Greenbriar, 1989 February 3
VII.547Bill Hogan's Retirement, 1989 September
VII.548District Chamber Fly-in, 1989 September 27
VII.549Barry Fleming, 1989
VII.550Columbus Chamber Reception, 1989 September
VII.551Joe Chapman - Peach 4-H Group - Fort Valley, Georgia, undated
VII.552August Recess Trip to Europe, 1989
VII.553European Trip, 1989 August
VII.554White House Barbeque, 1989 August
VII.555RBR with Robi Higgins - Barry Fleming and Family - Chris Hamilton - Eatonton 4-H Group, 1989 August
VII.556Youth Group from St. Peter AME [African Methodist Episcopal] Church at Fort Valley, 1989
VII.557William Tyson, 1989
VII.558Jerry Allman, 1989
VII.559Congressional Youth Leadership Council, 1989 June 27
VII.560Bobby Lowe Family and RBR, 1989 July
VII.561Capitol Pictures: 1. Burnham Truck; 2. Fred Dore; 3. Justin Moss; 4. Moss Skinner and family, 1989 July
VII.5625x7 Black and White RBR, 1989
VII.563RBR with Staff, 1989 June
VII.564Southland Academy, 1989 November
VII.565Military Ball, 1989
VII.566Lou Berg's Restaurant, 1989
VII.567RBR with Courtesy Visits; Condy at Capitol; RBR at Capitol; Frank Norton, 1989 October
VII.568Crawford County High School Reunion, 1989 October
VII.569Crawford County High School Reunion - Robins Airshow, 1989 October
VII.570Class Reunion, 1990
VII.571Mike Edmonson and Anne Murrah, 1989 October 10
VII.572Dr. Lewis and Alicia Humphreys - Ryan and Mikelyn, 1989 October
VII.573District Chamber Fly In, 1989
VII.574Kay Reeves, Rita and Doug - Rt. 1 - Andersonville, Georgia, 1989
VII.575Senator Nunn Celebration at Tolleson Home, 1989 October
VII.576Staff and RBR at Doug's Going Away Luncheon, 1989 October
VII.577Goody Products Breakfast Staff and RBR, 1989 October
VII.578Robin Ray, 1989
VII.579Central of Georgia Train at Byron - Negative, 1989
VII.580Grand Bay Marsh - Ducks Unlimited, 1989 November 3
VII.581David Olivera, 1989 November
VII.582Morris William's Retirement, 1989 December 11
VII.583RBR and Friends at Cookout, 1989
VII.584Byron Christmas Party for Staff, 1989 December
VII.585Christmas/Bryon, 1989
VII.586Three Women, 1990
VII.587Byron Barbershop Photographs, 1989 December
VII.588Christmas Breakfast with D.C. Staff - Photographs of RBR and Colonel Staff, 1989 December
VII.589Fall Robins Airshow, 1989
VII.590Pictures with Bush, 1989
VII.591Kem Winthrop, 1989
VII.592Peach Negatives, 1989
VII.593Southland Academy, 1989
VII.594Photograph File, 1989
VII.595Peach Photographs, 1989
VII.596President Carter Reception and Frank Norton reception, 1989 December
VII.597Whitehouse Christmas Ball, 1989 December
VII.598Kim Winaip's Party and Southland Academy, 1989 November
VII.599Denise Ingram's Going Away Party, 1989 June
VII.5100RBR - Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, 1989 June
VII.5101Picture with Chairman Oyakhilome - Chairman of Nigeria's National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, 1991 January 4
VII.5102Defense Symposium in Columbus, Georgia, 1991 July
VII.5103Pictures of Audrey Backcom, Steve Shehane, and also Judge Culpepper and Amy, 1991 June
VII.5104Georgia Delegation Constituents, 1991 June 10-12
VII.5105Congressional Art Competition - Arts Caucus, 1991 June 26-27
VII.5106RBR and Presidential Classroom Students, 1991 June
VII.5107Courtesy Visit - Karen David and Family, 1991 June 4
VII.5108Schwartzkopf Sally and RBR, 1991 June
VII.5109White House Summer Party, 1991 June 4
VII.5110Old Masters Breakfast, 1991 June 4
VII.5111Photograph with Veteran Lewis Stuckey, 1991 May
VII.5112 - 114Roterdam, 1991 May
VII.5115Martin Marietta Trip, 1991 June
VII.5116HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Hearing/ Chamber of Commerce/ Constituents, 1991 June
VII.5117Talbot County, 1991 April
VII.5118Talbotton, Staff and Mr. Peanut, 1991 April
VII.5119Doug Hopkins, Bob McNally and Phil Peavy, 1991 April
VII.5120JoAnne Phillips and Sherry Young, 1991 May
VII.5121Armed Services Press Conference, 1991 May 10
VII.5122Rosalyn Carter Testifying, 1991 May 16
VII.5123Yugo Nakai, 4-H People, Tree Planting Ceremony at Capitol (Edna Kendrick), 1991 April
VII.5124Hostages, Elena Amos, Tom's Food Man, 1991 January
VII.5125Chili Cook-off, 1991 March 20
VII.5126RBR and Constituents, 1991 March
VII.5127RBR with Jeanie Mills, 1991
VII.5128RBR with Constituents, 1991
VII.5129London / Vienna, 1990 November
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VII.61RBR's Trip, 1990 December
VII.62Swearing In HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Reception, 1991 January 3
VII.63RBR and Family HASC [House Armed Services Committee] Trip, 1990 December
VII.64HASC [House Armed Services Committee] with Mike West, 1990 December
VII.65Trip to Japan, London, and Austria, 1990 December
VII.66Columbus Steeplechase, 1990 October
VII.67Zell Miller in Washington, 1990 October 2
VII.68West Virginia Trip with Cindy Gillepsie, 1990 October
VII.69Tommy Irvin Reception, 1990 September
VII.610American Security Council Presentation, 1990
VII.611 - 13Fly-In, 1990
VII.614Paul Curtis Photography, 1990 September
VII.615ASAE [American Society of Association Executives], 1990
VII.616Miliken, 1990 September 19
VII.617Agricultural Meeting - Perry, Georgia, 1990
VII.618Cabin Bulf/Agriculture Advisory, 1990 August
VII.619Aerospace Meeting, 1990 August
VII.620RBR and Constituents, 1990 July
VII.621Brian Pierce and Family - White House Prayer Breakfast, 1990
VII.622Art Competition Winner, 1990 June 28
VII.623Picture with Dr. Narva from Gillespie V. Montgomery, 1990
VII.624Columbus College Art Competition, 1990 March
VII.625Sherard Anne's Party - Brian Pierce - Washington Workshop Group, 1990 June
VII.626White House Barbeque, 1990
VII.627RBR with Sally Gaines and Family, 1990 May 25
VII.628Congressman Spence and Sherard Anne Rawson, 1990 June
VII.629Vienna Historical Preservation Society, 1990
VII.630Ed Wanbar's Retirement Party, 1990
VII.631RBR at March of Dimes Walk in LaGrange, 1990
VII.632Congressman Ray in Wheat Field, 1990 June 7
VII.633Bob Ray, Bettina Von Osten, Carla O'brien - Farewell Party for Mary Lou Smullen, 1990 May
VII.634Constituents and Warner Robins Chamber, 1990 April
VII.635Joe Kelly, 1990 May 22
VII.636Faircloth Family, 1990 May 3
VII.637Erma and Crawford Register, 1990 April
VII.638Kendrick High School - Westfield School - Constituent Dent, 1990
VII.639Kendrick High School Band - Sherard Anne Rawson - Carson Howard, 1990 March
VII.640Staley Middle School, 1990
VII.641Art Competition, 1990 March 25
VII.642Defense Breakfast and Constituents, 1990 March
VII.643 - 46Chili Cook Off, 1990
VII.647Kendrick High School, 1990 March
VII.648Meeting in Warner Robins, 1990
VII.649RBR and Ginny Ray, 1990 March
VII.650Picture with Lindsey Thomas, 1990 March 14
VII.651Photograph with President Bush, 1990 March
VII.652Photographs from E. Winborn, 1990 March 8
VII.653Lamar County High School - Close-up Group, 1990 January 30
VII.654RBR and Constituents, 1990
VII.655Cindy's Reception, 1990 March
VII.656Bulldog Award, 1990
VII.657Sam Nunn, 1990
VII.658Jimmy Carter, 1990
VII.659West Berlin, 1990
VII.660RBR, 1990 January
VII.661Europe Trip, 1990 January
VII.662Order Forms - Office of Photography, 1990
VII.663[Visit to Yokosuka, Japan to see U.S. Military Personnel, circa 1991-1992
VII.664[Personal - Home Place Painting], 1992
VII.665Fly-in, 1992
VII.666Congressman and President Bush - Capitol Hill - Don Thompson Golf Tournament, 1992
VII.667More Fly-In Pictures - Staff Picture, 1992 September
VII.668Fly-In Pictures, Constituent Pictures, 1992
VII.669Congressman and Mrs. Ray - Military Ball, 1992 September
VII.670Sun Valley and Sarah Negatives, 1992 August
VII.671Jon Anderson Pictures - Burdette Pictures, 1992 August
VII.672Constituents and 4-H Club, 1992 July
VII.673Jessie Anderson Group, 1992
VII.674Congressman - Pictures of Church, 1992
VII.675Art Competition Day (High School Winner Heather Hiland), 1992 June 23
VII.676Photograph from Mike and Leah's (in Newspaper), 1992 May
VII.677RBR and Senator Nunn (Armed Services), 1992 June
VII.678Baby Pictures (Cute Girl in Watermelon Dress), 1992 July
VII.679RBR Photograph with Representatives Montgomery, Stenholm, Peterson, 1992 June
VII.680Photographs of Sarah Elizabeth Ray, Cal Evans, Margaret McCellan, Homebuilders, 1992 May
VII.681District Pictures (Nunn and Ray) - Party at Byron Home, 1992 October
VII.682Greenbriar Weekend - Staff Pictures, 1992 November
VII.683Constituent Photographs, 1992 June
VII.684RBR receiving Spirit for Enterprise Award - Chamber of Commerce, 1992 June
VII.685Crutchfield Family (reprints), 1992 June
VII.686LaGrange/Newnan Church Barbeque, 1992
VII.687Anderson Group, Constituents Old Masters, 1992 April
VII.688Maltese Family, Treasury Employees - City of LaGrange, 1992 March
VII.689Lion's Club - Farm Bureau/Alzheimer Group, 1992 March
VII.690Black History, 1992 February
VII.691Constituents, 1992 March
VII.692RBR, Hannah, Matt, and Avery - also Chili Cook-off, 1992 March
VII.693Hunting Trip with Jimmy Yancey, 1992 February
VII.694RBR's Birthday and Hawaiian Party in Mt. Vernon, 1992 February
VII.695Constituents Laura and Kate, and RBR's Birthday Party-65, 1992 January 31
VII.696White House Christmas Party, 1991 December 10
VII.697RBR's "Bumper" Wheat Crop '51, 1991 December
VII.698Constituents, RBR, Mrs. Ray and Rosla at Black Tie Event, 1992 January
VII.699RBR and Elena Amos at Latin Fever, 1991 December
VII.6100Pearl Harbor, 1991 December
VII.6101 - 102Constituents, 1991 November
VII.6103Steeplechase and Staffers, 1991 November
VII.6104Steeplechase and Southland Academy Students, 1991 November
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VII.71YMCA Group (Seminar) - Dr. James Ray and Congressman Lewis Reception, 1991 October
VII.72Spain Nat Trip, 1991 October 19-21
VII.73Constituents, 1991
VII.74John Lewis Reception - Ocie Harris, 1991 October 2
VII.75Fly-In, 1991 September 11-12
VII.76Constituents and District Managers, 1991 September 27-29
VII.77Air Force Association Breakfast, 1991 September 17
VII.78FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt] Groundbreaking Ceremony, 1991 September 16
VII.79RBR's Trip - Europe and Greenbriar, 1991 August
VII.710Information Packet on Attendees, 1991
VII.711Golf Outing in New Jersey Pinevalley, 1991 July
VII.712Interns and Constituents, 1991 July
VII.713Fly-Around, 1991 July
VII.714Environmental Trip to Europe, 1991 August 8-13
VII.715Environmental Trip to London, 1991 August
VII.716Historical Sites, 1991 July 4
VII.717Americus Rally, 1982
VII.718Politician Photographs, undated
VII.719Minority Breakfast Perry Holiday Inn, undated
VII.720John Glenn Columbus - Columbus, Georgia, 1982
VII.721Fort Benning Maneuvers, undated
VII.722Ray's Runners, 1982
VII.723Unidentified Prints, 1982
VII.724Taylor County Barbeque and Reynolds District Meeting, 1982
VII.725Mrs. Ray, undated
VII.726Vienna Supper, undated
VII.727Columbus Fish Fry, 1982 September 17
VII.728Ray Mug Shots, undated
VII.729Fort Valley Barbeque, 1982 July
VII.730Perry Barbeque, 1982 July 10
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VII.81Super Saturday Roberta Georgia, undated
VII.82North Peach County Committee Meeting, 1982
VII.83Jekyll, undated
VII.84Senator Nunn's Endorsement Columbus, undated
VII.85Open House Columbus Office, 1982 June 17
VII.86Perry Open House, 1982
VII.87Primary Election Nite Columbus, undated
VII.88Nunn Endorsement, Columbus, Georgia, undated
VII.89LaGrange Fundraiser, 1982 October
VII.810Nunn LaGrange, 1983
VII.811Precinct Walk, 1982 October 4
VII.812Warner Robins Breakfast, undated
VII.813Mixed Events, undated
VII.814Jack Brinkley Coffee, 1982 October
VII.815Senator Nunn's Endorsement, undated
VII.816Democratic Qualifications, 1982
VII.817Astros, 1982
VII.818Warner Robins Open House, 1982 May
VII.819Shiloh Baptist Church, 1982 August 15
VII.820Ray with Groups, circa 1982 October
VII.821Richard Ray Visit to FVSC, 1982 October 22
VII.822Atlanta Fundraiser, 1982 August
VII.823Miscellaneous Prints and Negatives, undated
VII.824Unidentified Negatives, undated
VII.825Unidentified 35mm Slides, 1982
VII.82611/2/82 Election Nite Warner Robins Holiday Inn, 1982 November 1
VII.827State Representative Robert Ray, Governor Zell Miller, Congressman Ray, 1991 September
VII.828General Election Night - Columbus Office, 1982 November 2
VII.829Macon County Barbeque/Andersonville Fair, undated
VII.830Montezuma Reception (Watson), undated
VII.831[USARSA (United States Army School of the Americas) Permanent Stationing Ceremony, Fort Benning], 1986 November 25
VII.832[Campaign Photograph - Ray with Wife, Suitcase, and "Ray is Ready!" Buttons], undated
VII.833[Free River Ferry], undated
VII.834 - 35[With Groups], 1986-1989
VII.836[Visit to McDonnel Douglas Helicopter Company Photograph Album], 1987 April 16
VII.837[Northrop Groundbreaking Ceremony Perry, Georgia Photograph Album], 1987 April 6
VII.838[Photograph Album and Notes from School Children re: Naming the Next Space Shuttle "Resolution", 1991
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VII.91[With President Jose Napoleon Duarte of Ecuador, At Eighth Annual Public Policy Dinner of the American Enterprise Institute, 1984
VII.92[With Groups, Military Personnel], 1984-1989, undated
VII.93[Congressional Art Competition Winner, Ray Photograph of a Swan], undated
VII.94[International Travel, including Central America], 1986, undated
 

Series VIII: Artifacts, 1969-1992

Extent: 2.0 boxes (1 linear foot)
Scope and Content: Series VIII: Artifacts includes awards plaques, mostly related to the armed services, certificates of appreciation and proclamations honoring Ray, framed photographs, "U.S. Presidential Series" postage stamps, and prints.
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VII.95[Certificates, "U.S. Presidential Series" Stamps, Reapportionment Map, Print of Plains Georgia Buildings], 1969-1992
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VIII.1Plaque: Appreciation from Soldiers of the XVIII Airborne Corps who were Captured on Flamingo Island, Panama during Operation Just Cause (knife mounted on the plaque), 1989 December
VIII.1Framed Photograph: Ray with Military Personnel from the Seventh Air Force, Osan Aire Base, Korea, 1990 December 19
VIII.1Framed Photograph: Obelisk and American Flags, signed to Ray from the Men and Women of Vandenberg Air Force Base, undated
VIII.1Framed Phograph: Portrat of "USAFE's Most Spirited 1989 RRR Olympic Team, Bitburg AB, West Germany, 1989
VIII.1Plaque: For Chartering the West Point Lake Advisory Committee, 1992
VIII.1Plaque: American Defense Preparedness Association recognizes Ray for support of the 17th Environmental Symposium, 1990 April 19
VIII.1Plaque: Ray Honored as Air Force Association of the State of Georgia Man of the Year, 1989
VIII.1Plaque: Columbus Times Newspaper recognizes Ray for work with Black Colleges and Civil Rights, 1985
VIII.1Plaque: For Delivering the Keynote Address at Robins Air Force Base Electronic Warfare Symposium, 1989 March 23
VIII.1Plaque: Carved image of the GE F118-GE-100 Turbofan Engine, undated
 

Series IX: Audiovisual Materials, 1983-1992

Extent: 21.0 items
Processing Information note: Processing Information note
Original and transfer media formats for this collection include VHS, Umatic, open reel audio tapes, and 1-inch video.
Conditions Governing Access note: Access Restrictions
User reference copies of the audiovisual recordings may be available upon request. Availability is dependent upon the condition of the recordings.



Subseries A: TV Spots

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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_001Richard Ray television spots (Ray in studio, 1989 -- Ray "1 minute" 1991 Feb 26 -- Ray "1 minute" 1991 Feb 28 -- Ray "5 minute" 1991 Feb 28), 1989-1991
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_002The U.S. Congress and You, Congressman Ray, undated
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/Umatic_001Congressional Profile, Richard Ray, 1983 February 15
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/RR_001Barbara Ray, 1989 PSAs, Appropriate Video Services, 1989
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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RBRL/172/RR/Vid-1_001Barbara Ray, 1989 PSAs, Appropriate Video Services, 1989
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/Umatic_002Representative Ray, 1986 January 23
Extent: 1.0 moving image



Subseries B: Floor Statements

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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_007Fact-Finding Tour, 1985 Septemer 4
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_008Representative Ray, 1 minute on floor, 1991 June 26
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_009Representative Ray , 1 minute on floor, 1987 October 6
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_010Floor Statements -- Textiles, undated
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_011Ray -- Rowland -- Richard Ray speaking in House before St. Patrick's Day, 1983 July 28
Extent: 1.0 moving image



Subseries C: Public Appearances

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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_012Textiles with Joe Lanier, 1985 June 17
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_013Troops at Benning, LID News, 1984 September 11
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_014C-SPAN. Call In with Rep. Richard Ray, 1984 January 26
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_015Richard Ray 3rd District Art Competition, 1991 March 1
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_016Congressman Richard Ray Addresses the Students of Upson Elementary School, 1992 April 22
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_017Upson High School, Thomaston, Ga., 1992 April 22
Extent: 1.0 moving image



Subseries D: Subject File

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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_003Orion Guardian of the Seas (Lockheed Motion Pictures), 1985 March 1
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_004Voices From Nicaragua, 1987
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_005Innovations: Georgia's Alternatives to Prison (Georgia Department of Corrections), undated
Extent: 1.0 moving image
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RBRL/172/RR/VHS_006Thanks TIP (Produced for the House Democratic Caucus), 1986 October
Extent: 1.0 moving image