Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries C: Personal AssistantsZell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries C: Personal Assistants

Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries C: Personal Assistants

Descriptive Summary

Title: Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries C: Personal Assistants
Creator: Miller, Zell Bryan, 1932-
Dates: 1961-1999
Extent: 98.0 boxes
Collection Number: RBRL/213/ZM
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Zell Miller Papers document Miller’s forty-five year career in Georgia politics, including his service as a U.S. Senator (2000-2005), Governor of Georgia (1991-1999), Lieutenant Governor of Georgia (1975-1991), Executive Director of the Georgia Democratic Party (1971-1973), member of the State Boards of Pardons and Paroles, Probation, and Children and Youth (1964-1973), Executive Secretary to Governor Lester Maddox (1969-1971), State Senator (1961-1965), and Mayor of Young Harris, Georgia (1959-1960). Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries C. Personal Assistants includes the files of Keith Mason, Steve Wrigley, and Beverly Messer.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Zell Bryan Miller was born on February 24, 1932 to Stephen Grady Miller, Dean of Young Harris College and former state senator (40th district, 1926-1928), and Birdie Bryan Miller, an art teacher at the same institution. Seventeen days after his son’s birth, Stephen Miller passed away. Birdie Miller and their two children, Jane and Zell, remained in Young Harris until the onset of World War II, when they moved to Atlanta so that Mrs. Miller could work at the Bell Bomber plant making buckles for gas masks in support of the war effort. While there, Miller attended Williams Street Elementary School and Luckie Street Elementary School and developed a life-long love of baseball.

At the end of the war, the Miller family moved back to Young Harris and Miller continued his education at Young Harris Academy, graduating in 1949. He continued on to Young Harris Junior College and graduated in 1951. During that time he met Shirley Ann Carver of Cherokee County, North Carolina, who was attending college in preparation for law school; they were married on January 15, 1954. Miller joined the United States Marine Corps in 1953 and spent three years in service. After basic training, he was stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, serving in an artillery regiment and writing for the base newspaper, The Globe, and editing the regimental newspaper, The Cannoneer. He received the Good Conduct Medal and the Expert Rifleman’s Medal and left the Marine Corps with the rank of sergeant.

After receiving an honorable discharge in 1956, Miller entered the University of Georgia and was awarded a bachelor’s (1957) and master’s (1958) degree in history. During his time in Athens he held a variety of jobs, including tutor for members of the football team and cook at Allen’s Hamburgers. After graduation he accepted a position teaching history and political science at Young Harris College and also served as faculty advisor for the Enotah Echoes and coached the baseball team.

Echoing his parents’ civic involvement, Miller became active in local politics and was elected as Mayor of Young Harris in 1958. He won a seat in the state senate representing the 40th district (Towns, Union, and Rabun counties) in 1960 after making an agreement with college administrators that he could take off winter quarter to serve in the Capitol if he taught extra classes during the other quarters. During the 1961 and 1962 sessions, Miller served on the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, the County and Municipal Government Committee, and as secretary of the Educational Matters Committee.

In 1962, the county-unit system of voting in Georgia was abolished due to the judicial panel ruling of the Gray vs. Sanders lawsuit. The area that fell under Miller’s representation changed from three counties to sections of eight (Towns, Union, Rabun, White, Habersham, Fannin, Gilmer, and Pickens counties). He won his seat again and was able to enter the session with seniority that might not have been afforded him had redistricting not taken place. His committee appointments in 1963 and 1964 were the Appropriations Committee, Educational Matters Committee, Rules Committee, and he acted as Chair of the Health and Welfare Committee.

Miller opted to run for the U.S. House of Representatives against Phil Landrum in the 1964 Democratic Primary to represent the ninth district. He lost by 5,176 votes according to the Georgia Statistical Register but carried Banks, Barrow, Cherokee, Fannin, Forsythe, Gwinnett and Towns counties. The same year he served on the State Board for Children and Youth but resigned in 1965 to be the Director of the State Board of Probation. He ran against Landrum again in 1966 for the same congressional seat but lost the primary by a wider margin than two years earlier.

Miller spent 1967 and 1968 serving as a personnel officer on the State Board of Corrections then becoming the assistant director until January 22, 1970. In 1969, Governor Lester Maddox appointed him to be his executive secretary after former Executive Secretary Tommy Irvin was named State Commissioner of Agriculture. Miller was concurrently selected to be the State Commissioner of Conservation, a post he held until 1970. He continued to work with Maddox through June of 1971, when he was named Executive Director of the Democratic Party of Georgia, a position he held until 1973. Miller represented the state of Georgia as a delegate at the 1972 Democratic National Convention in Miami. In April 1973, he took a position on the Board of Pardons and Parole.

On December 31, 1973, Miller tendered his resignation to the Board in order to run for the office of Lieutenant Governor. Together, he and Shirley Miller spent 1974 campaigning around the state against nine other candidates including Max Cleland and J. B. Stoner. The Democratic Primary in August resulted in a run-off between Miller and Mary Hitt on September 3, 1974 in which he received 60.82% of the vote. In November he ran against Republican John Savage and won by almost 300,000 votes.

Zell Miller’s tenure as lieutenant governor lasted for sixteen years and was the longest term of any lieutenant governor in the state of Georgia’s history. His successive terms of service in that position were also a first in the history of the office since its establishment in 1946. Miller’s time in office was notably marked by his relationship with Thomas “Tom” Murphy, Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives from 1973 to 2002. Their positions as leaders of the state senate and house, respectively, put them publicly at odds on numerous issues. Although both were Democrats, their personal leanings within the party also added to their differences as Miller was widely considered more progressive than Murphy.

During his time in office, Miller worked on such projects and initiatives as opening previously closed senate committee meetings to the press and public, supporting the ratification of ERA, campaign finance reform, hand gun legislation, tax reform, welfare increase, and state-wide kindergarten programs. He and other top state officials began engaging in trade missions to countries such as Germany and Japan to generate interest in capital investments in the state.

Miller’s love of country music was well-known and proven by his repeated use of country music lyrics in his speeches as well as his use of music to support his campaigns, beginning with Whispering Bill Anderson in 1964. The annual Zell Miller Birthday Party, which began in 1968 as a small gathering featuring friends who were musicians, rose to its height in 1978 as a campaign fundraiser when Miller was running for his second term as lieutenant governor. He was a major supporter of a tape and record anti-piracy bill (sponsored by Representative Al Burns), which was signed into law by Governor George Busbee in 1975, and one of the biggest advocates for establishing the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.

In 1980, Senator Herman Talmadge was up for reelection and Miller opted to run against him. Although he made it through the Democratic Primary and forced a run-off with Talmadge, their negative campaigns and a series of bitter debates cost Miller the party nomination and Talmadge the election (which he lost to Republican Mack Mattingly). In 1988, Miller decided to run for governor in the 1990 election. He assembled a campaign staff including Paul Begala, James Carville, Jim Andrews, Doug Kelly, Keith Mason, and Steve Wrigley. In the primary, Miller defeated Andrew Young and then Johnny Isakson in the general election. His chosen platform and the most important reform of his administration was the adoption of the state lottery. By law all lottery revenue had to be spent on education, and Miller directed the bulk of it to the HOPE (Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally) Scholarship for students who had earned at least a B average and to improve technology in the schools and colleges.

In addition to the lottery, Miller gained approval for an ethics bill that required lobbyists to report what they spend trying to influence legislation and set new limits on campaign financing, an anti-crime package, welfare reform, and “boot camp” prisons for non-violent criminals, mountain protection legislation and congressional reapportionment. He drew the ire of many Georgians for calling for a change in the state flag, which had flown since 1956, but was unsuccessful in his attempt.

In 1994, Miller defeated Guy Millner in the general election and was elected to a second term as governor. One of the major hallmarks of his second term was the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, which were held in Atlanta. His other achievements included abolishing sales tax for groceries, raising the salaries of teachers, and advocating the Preservation 2000 and RiverCare 2000 programs, which promoted state acquisition of undeveloped land and waterways for conservation and public access purposes.

Miller’s involvement with the Democratic National Party reached its zenith in the 1990s. His friendship with Arkansas Governor and later President Bill Clinton placed him in a position to influence the party. Miller introduced his 1990 campaign advisor James Carville to Clinton and also gave the keynote at the 1992 Democratic National Convention. He was also active in drafting the party platform in 1996.

Upon leaving the Governor’s Mansion in January of 1999, Miller accepted adjunct teaching positions at the University of Georgia, Emory University, and Young Harris College. In June of 2000, Republican United States Senator Paul Coverdell died and Governor Roy Barnes appointed Miller to the vacant seat in July. He won a special election in November of 2000 to remain in Washington, D.C. and finish Coverdell’s original term, promising to fulfill the late senator’s conservative objectives. It is widely noted that Miller did this in his service in the Senate through his increased support of the Republican Party, which culminated in his keynote address at the 2004 Republican National Convention in support of President George W. Bush. He also authored two books critiquing the Democratic Party, A National Party No More: The Conscience of a Conservative Democrat (2004) and A Deficit of Decency (2005).

Miller has authored several other books outside of his political career. They include: The Mountains Within Me (1975), Great Georgians (1983), They Heard Georgia Singing (1985), Corps Values: Everything You Need to Know I Learned In the Marines (1997), Listen to This Voice: Selected Speeches of Governor Zell Miller (1999), The Miracle of Brasstown Valley (2007), and Purt Nigh Gone: The Old Mountain Ways (2009).

Scope and Content

The executive assistant files are organized into Keith Mason files, Steve Wrigley files, and Beverly Messer files. Keith Mason served as Miller’s Executive Secretary from January 1991 to July 1993 and Deputy Campaign Manager for the 1990 gubernatorial campaign. He also worked on Miller’s earlier campaigns in the 1970s and 1980s and his files document these events.

Steve Wrigley worked as Miller’s Executive Assistant in 1988 and continued on as a member of his campaign staff during the 1990 election. He then became Senior Executive Assistant in Miller’s administration and was promoted to Executive Secretary when Mason resigned in 1993, remaining in that position until the end of Miller’s second term in 1998. Wrigley also acted as Chief of Staff to Miller’s second gubernatorial campaign in 1994. Wrigley’s files are very similar to Miller’s executive files in Series IV, sub-series E (Personal Political Files) as both are a mix of subject research, correspondence, and clippings. Wrigley’s files contain a great deal of information generated by the 1994 campaign, including voter surveys and opposition files.

Beverly Messer first served as Shirley Miller’s executive assistant when Zell Miller served as Lieutenant Governor. Messer moved with Miller to the Governor’s Mansion and her files document their work on literacy, promoting GEDs, and breast cancer awareness as well as speeches and public appearances Shirley Miller made.

Organization and Arrangement

Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries C: Personal Assistants are organized into Keith Mason files, Steve Wrigley files, and Beverly Messer files.

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


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use with the following exceptions: Voter Research files are restricted for 20 years from the date of creation. Candidate Opposition files on rival candidates for public office are restricted for 20 years from the date of creation.

A box that includes restrictions will be open for research use after the restrictions have expired for all folders in that box.

Preferred Citation

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

Processing Notes

Clippings and thermofax papers have been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Photographs, artifacts, oversized items, and audiovisual materials have been separated for preservation. Scrapbooks have been microfilmed.

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2010.


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Campaign literature--Democratic--Georgia.
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Clinton, Bill, 1946-
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Education--Georgia.
Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program.
Georgia--Music.
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Georgia. Office of the Governor.
Howard, Pierre, 1943-
Legislative records.
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Political consultants--United States.
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Speeches.
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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

IV. Governor of Georgia

Extent: 266.0 boxes
Scope and Content: This series contains material from Zell Miller’s two terms as the seventy-ninth governor of Georgia. Items in the series document a variety of aspects of Miller’s time in office including his two gubernatorial campaigns, personal correspondence, executive assistant research files, trade missions, mansion events, the Democratic National Party, the National Governor’s Association, speeches, press releases, the creation of the lottery and the HOPE Scholarship, and the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. The series has been divided into the following subseries: A. Campaign, B. Press, C. Executive Assistants, D. Trade Missions, and E. Personal Political Files.
C. Executive Assistants, 1961-1999
Extent: 98.0 boxes
Scope and Contents note: The executive assistant files are organized into Keith Mason files, Steve Wrigley files, and Beverly Messer files. Keith Mason served as Miller’s Executive Secretary from January 1991 to July 1993 and Deputy Campaign Manager for the 1990 gubernatorial campaign. He also worked on Miller’s earlier campaigns in the 1970s and 1980s and his files document these events.
Steve Wrigley worked as Miller’s Executive Assistant in 1988 and continued on as a member of his campaign staff during the 1990 election. He then became Senior Executive Assistant in Miller’s administration and was promoted to Executive Secretary when Mason resigned in 1993, remaining in that position until the end of Miller’s second term in 1998. Wrigley also acted as Chief of Staff to Miller’s second gubernatorial campaign in 1994. Wrigley’s files are very similar to Miller’s executive files in Series IV, sub-series E (Personal Political Files) as both are a mix of subject research, correspondence, and clippings. Wrigley’s files contain a great deal of information generated by the 1994 campaign, including voter surveys and opposition files.Beverly Messer first served as Shirley Miller’s executive assistant when Zell Miller served as Lieutenant Governor. Messer moved with Miller to the Governor’s Mansion and her files document their work on literacy, promoting GEDs, and breast cancer awareness as well as speeches and public appearances Shirley Miller made.
Conditions Governing Access note: Access to voter surveys and opponent research is restricted for 20 years from date of creation. Restricted boxes are identified with an R before the box number. A box that includes restrictions will be open for research use after the restrictions have expired for all folders in that box.
BoxFolder
IV.1361Consolidated Vote
IV.1362Consolidated Vote, 1980
IV.1363Miller for Lt. Governor Campaign Guide, 1978
IV.1364Dawson Mathis Pre- Law Club (UGA) Speech Transcript, 1980 February 14
IV.1365[Clippings], 1979-1980
IV.1366[Clippings], 1980 January-April
IV.1367[Clippings], 1980 May-August
IV.1368Talmadge, Herman (folder 1 of 2), 1980
IV.1369Talmadge, Herman (folder 2 of 2), 1980
IV.13610[Clippings], 1990
IV.13611Georgia Democratic Convention, 1990
BoxFolder
IV.1371[Campaign Notes, Memos], 1994
IV.1372Zell Miller Prospectus, 1990
IV.1373Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 1 of 3), 1988 December
IV.1374Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 2 of 3), 1988 December
IV.1375Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 3 of 3), 1988 December
IV.1376Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary, 1989 April
IV.1377Recent Poll Results, 1989 November 3
IV.1378Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 1 of 3), 1990 January
BoxFolder
IV.1381Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 2 of 3), 1990 January
IV.1382Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Party (folder 3 of 3), 1990 January
IV.1383Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 1 of 4), 1990 May
IV.1384Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 2 of 4), 1990 May
IV.1385Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 3 of 4), 1990 May
IV.1386Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary (folder 4 of 4), 1990 May
IV.1387A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Miller Comte (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June
BoxFolder
IV.1391A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Miller Comte (folder 2 of 2), 1990 June
IV.1392A Survey of Democratic Voters’ Attitudes (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June 8
IV.1393A Survey of Democratic Voters’ Attitudes (folder 2 of 2), 1990 June 8
IV.1394A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June 17
IV.1395A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes (folder 2 of 2), 1990 June 17
IV.1396A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June 26
IV.1397A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes (folder 2 of 2), 1990 June 26
BoxFolder
IV.1401A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes (folder 1 of 2), 1990 July 1
IV.1402A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes (folder 2 of 2), 1990 July 1
IV.1403A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes (folder 1 of 2), 1990 July 8
IV.1404A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes (folder 2 of 2), 1990 July 8
IV.1405A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes, 1990 July 10
IV.1406A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes (folder 1 of 2), 1990 July 17
IV.1407A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes (folder 2 of 2), 1990 July 17
IV.1408A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes, 1990 July 24
IV.1409A Survey of Democratic Voter Attitudes, 1990 July 29
BoxFolder
IV.1411A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1990 August
IV.1412A Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes, 1990 August 1
IV.1413A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1990 October 26
IV.1414A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1990 October 27
IV.1415A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1990 November 1
IV.1416Overview (folder 1 of 3), 1990
IV.1417Overview (folder 2 of 3), 1990
IV.1418Overview (folder 3 of 3), 1990
BoxFolder
IV.1421Tables (folder 1 of 3), 1990
IV.1422Tables (folder 2 of 3), 1990
IV.1423Tables (folder 3 of 3), 1990
IV.1424Democratic National Committee Southern Caucus, Remarks by Miller, 1991 June 22
IV.1425Keynote Address to the Democratic National Convention, Drafts, 1992 July 13
IV.1426Cobb County Democratic Party, Remarks by Mason, 1991 November 18
IV.1427Handbook for the Democratic Governor, 1992
IV.1428Democratic Governors Association Fall Issues Conference, 1993 October
IV.1429National Governor’s Association Meeting, 1993 Winter
IV.14210National Governor’s Association, A Governor’s Guide to, 1993
IV.14211National Governor’s Association, Governor’s Staff Directory, 1994 March
BoxFolder
IV.1431[Clippings] Election, 1992
IV.1432[Clippings] Election, 1993
IV.1433The 1992 Campaign: Research Report, 1993 January
IV.1434Election, Clinton-Gore Policy Statement, 1992
IV.1435Election, Democratic National Convention, 1992 July
IV.1436Election, Research, 1992
IV.1437Election, Research, 1993
IV.14381992 Election, Research, The 103rd Congress, 1992 December
BoxFolder
IV.1441Research, Transportation, 1991-1992
IV.1442Research General, 1991-1992
IV.1443Political Campaign Bumper Stickers, [1980-1990]
IV.1444Miller Campaign Memorabilia, Governor, 1990
IV.1445Miller Senate Campaign Memorabilia, 1990
IV.1446[Campaign Buttons], 1980-1992
IV.1447[Campaign Buttons], 1980-1992
IV.1448[Campaign Buttons], 1980-1992
BoxFolder
IV.1451Office, Political, Voter Research - Post Election Analysis, 1992
IV.1452-4Office, Political, Voter Research - A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1992 December
IV.1455Office, Political, Voter Research - A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Democratic Party, 1993 May
IV.1456Office, Political, Voter Research - A Precinct Level Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia's 1992 General Election and Run-off for U.S. Senate, 1993 May
IV.1457-8Office, Political, Voter Research - A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1993 June
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IV.1461-2Office, Political, Voter Research - A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1993 June
IV.1463-5Office, Political, Voter Research - A Survey of Voter Attitudes, 1993 October
IV.1466Office, Political, Voter Research - Democratic Preference Data, 1993 October
BoxFolder
IV.1471Cobb, Kyle – Senate Bills, 1981-1984
IV.1472Congressional Race [Miller’s Record on African-American Issues], 1961-1990
IV.1473Research-Crime, Remarks and Speeches of William H. Webster, Director of F.B.I., 1986 June-1989 August
IV.1474[Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents relating to Zell Miller, candidates and Georgia] (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.1475[Data File – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents relating to Zell Miller, candidates and Georgia] (folder 2 of 2), undated
IV.1476[Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents re: Candidates] (folder 1 of 3), undated
IV.1477[Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents re: Candidates] (folder 2 of 3), undated
IV.1478[Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents re: Candidates] (folder 3 of 3), undated
IV.1479ZM-2 [Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents re: Zell Miller] (folder 1 of 3), undated
IV.14710ZM-2 [Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents re: Zell Miller] (folder 2 of 3), undated
BoxFolder
IV.1481ZM-2 [Data Files – Print-outs, Statements, Press Accounts, and Documents re: Zell Miller] (folder 3 of 3), undated
IV.1482Forum Info-Debate Materials, 1990
IV.1483Debate [Preparation], 1990 July 14
IV.1484Debates [Preparation Materials], 1990, 1989
IV.1485Debate Prep Issues, undated
IV.1486School Super. Ass- Debate Prep., 1990 May
IV.1487Department of Transportation [Re: Appointment of DOT Board Members], [1989]
IV.1488Vince Dooley Clippings, undated
IV.1489Capitol Press Conference [Re: Education], 1990 October 17
IV.14810Certification/Testing [Newspaper Clippings], 1991 February-March
IV.14811Education, 1987-1990
IV.14812Education/Higher Education, 1989-1990
IV.14813[Education for the 1990s (First Draft)], undated
IV.14814[1990 Higher Education Platform], 1990
IV.14815Georgians for a Lottery-Correspondence, 1989 December
IV.14816Facts and Figures on a Lottery for Georgia Education, 1989 January
IV.148171990 Lottery and other Education Issues [Background for Lottery Speech], 1990
IV.14818Lottery 88, 89, 90, 91 and other education issues (folder 1 of 2), 1988-1989
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IV.1491Lottery 88, 89, 90, 91 and other education issues (folder 2 of 2), 1988-1989
IV.1492[Lottery], 1989 March
IV.1493Pre-Kindergarten [lottery, Education], 1990 October
IV.1494[Questions and Answers re: Education], undated
IV.1495Education-School Choice, undated
IV.149612/27 Education Plan, 1989
IV.1497Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 1 of 7), 1981-1989
IV.1498Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 2 of 7), 1981-1989
IV.1499Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 3 of 7), 1981-1989
IV.14910Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 4 of 7), 1981-1989
IV.14911Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 5 of 7), 1981-1989
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IV.1501Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 6 of 7), 1981-1989
IV.1502Research: Education, Business, and Technology (folder 7 of 7), 1981-1989
IV.1503Greeley Ellis (All) [News Clippings], 1989-1990
IV.1504Research: Environment, 1981-1989
IV.1505Ethics/Open Government, 1989-1990
IV.1506Georgia Democratic Convention, 1990
IV.1507Platform- 1990 State Convention Democratic Party of Georgia, 1990 September 8
IV.1508Georgia Facts and Figures, 1989, undated
IV.1509Memorandums from Steve [Wrigley] [Hazardous Waste], 1988 May-1989 August
IV.15010Hazardous Waste [Newspaper Clippings], 1989 August
IV.15011Hazardous Waste Statement, undated
IV.15012Site Evaluation and Ranking- Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Authority (folder 1 of 2), 1988 June
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IV.1511Site Evaluation and Ranking- Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Authority (folder 2 of 2), 1988 June
IV.1512Georgia Hospitality and Tourism Association, 1990 September-October
IV.1513Georgia Press Association’s Editors Forum, 1990 Winter
IV.1514House Resolution 486-1270, 1990
IV.1515Legislative Research, 1975-1980
IV.1516Lester Maddox (All) [Newspaper Clippings], 1989-1990
IV.1517Bubba Campaign Announcement [Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1989
IV.1518Bubba Campaign Literature [Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1989-1990
IV.1519Bubba McD [Campaign Literature, McDonald, Disclosure, News clippings, Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1989-1990
IV.15110McDonald- Drug Conference- Bubba- Murphy [News Clippings], 1990
IV.15111Bubba’s Financial Disclosure [Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1989
IV.15112McDonald-Miscellaneous [News clippings- Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1990
IV.15113Bubba-Multi-Issue [Clippings and Campaign Kick-Off Speech, Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1989-1990
IV.15114Bubba…Visits (w/ Pix) [News Clippings Lauren “Bubba” McDonald], 1989
IV.15115Announcement Speech, Young Harris College, 1990 April 17
IV.15116[Doak, Shrum, and Associates: Polling, Research Time Tables and Ad Scripts] (folder 1 of 3), 1989 December-1990 July
IV.15117[Doak, Shrum, and Associates: Polling, Research, Time Tables and Ad Scripts] (folder 2 of 3), 1989 December-1990 July
IV.15118[Doak, Shrum, and Associates: Polling, Research, Time Tables and Ad Scripts] (folder 3 of 3), 1990 July-November
IV.15119Media Advisory re: polling data and Roy Barnes, 1990 June
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IV.1521Articles/Court Cases [re: Mountain Protection Act], 1974-1988
IV.1522Correspondence [Mountain Protection Act], 1987 September-1988 September
IV.1523Drafts [Re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 1 of 3), 1987-1991
IV.1524Drafts [Re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 2 of 3), 1987-1991
IV.1525Drafts [Re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 3 of 3), 1987-1991
IV.1526Georgia State Senate Composite Status [re: Mountain Protection Act], 1988-1990
IV.1527Materials: Mountain Protection Act, 1987-1988
IV.1528Memorandums to Zell Miller [Re: Mountain Protection Act], 1987 October-1988 December
IV.1529Mountain Protection, 1990, undated
IV.15210Mountain Protection [Correspondence, drafts, and notes], 1974-1988
IV.15211Mountain/River Corridor Protection HB 643, undated
IV.15212Mountain and River Corridor Protection “Strawman II” Criteria, undated
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IV.1531Notes/Miscellaneous [Re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.1532Notes/ Miscellaneous [Re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 2 of 2), undated
IV.1533Press Releases/Articles [Zell Miller remarks re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 1 of 2), 1987 September-1988 September
IV.1534Press Releases/Articles [Re: Mountain Protection Act] (folder 2 of 2), 1987 September-1988 September
IV.1535[SB 393 Amendments] [Mountain Protection Act], 1988-1989, undated
IV.1536[The Georgia that can be: A Blueprint for the 1990s], undated
IV.1537[The Georgia That Can Be: A Blueprint for the 1990s”, undated
IV.1538[Notes re: 1990 Platform], 1990
IV.1539Lieutenant Governor Zell Miller’s Proposals, undated
IV.15310Cooper and Secrest- Atlanta/Columbus Focus Groups, 1990 June
IV.15311[Election Results – Alan Secrest Letter], [1990 December 3]
IV.15312Presidential Primary- ADI’s, 1988
IV.15313Runoff Returns, [1990]
IV.15314Truett-McConnell Video, 1990
IV.15315Walker, Ronnie – Senate Bills Research, 1981-1984
IV.15316Bob Wood (All) [News Clippings], 1990
IV.15317Andrew Young, 1989-1990
IV.15318Andrew Young – Letter re: Crime [Research], 1989
IV.15319Andrew Young: Failures [Research], 1990
IV.15320[Young, Andrew – Negative Campaign Advertisements], 1990
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IV.1541The Georgia That Can Be: A Blueprint for the 1990s [Research], undated
IV.1542HQ [Campaign Fundraising], 1994 March
IV.1543Bill Clinton Visit to Atlanta-Meeting List, 1994 May
IV.1544[Zell Miller letter to Bill Clinton re: fundraising], [1994 February 25]
IV.1545Bill Signing Calendar, 1994 March 21, 23
IV.1546Mike Bowers- Announcement to run for Attorney General as Republican, 1994 April
IV.1547[Post election notes- Alan Secrest] Correspondence, [1994 November]
IV.1548General Election Votes by County for Candidates, 1994 November 8
IV.1549Zell Miller letter to Paul Heard [re: Paul Heard Television Advertising], 1993 December-1994 May
IV.15410Highlights, undated
IV.15411Knox, John- “Citizens for a Safe Georgia” Speech Transcript, 1993 January 8
IV.15412Finch, McCranie, Brown, and Thrash re: Equifax, 1994 December
IV.15413[Comments on Questions], undated
IV.15414[Keeping Faith With Georgia’s Future], undated
IV.15415Goals and Proposals, undated
IV.15416“Hope Scholarships from – Co.” Publicity, 1994
IV.15417Advertising Quote for Ad Run, Publicity, 1994 October 5
IV.15418[Rhubard Ad- Correspondence], 1994 October
IV.15419State of the State Address- Draft, 1993 December-1994 January
IV.15420Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon- State of the State Address Edits, 1994 January
IV.15421[Announcement Week Speech- Draft], [1994 April]
IV.15422[Inaugural Address Edits by Paul Begala], 1995 January
IV.15423Civic Center, 1994 November-1995 January
IV.15424Program, Inauguration, 1995 January
IV.15425Press, Inauguration, 1994 December-1995 January
IV.15426Inaugural Sponsors, Inauguration, 1994 December
IV.15427Colony Square Rooms, Inauguration, 1994 December-January 1995
IV.15428Open House, Inauguration, 1994 December-January 1995
IV.15429Marine Corps Band, Inaugural, 1994 November-January 1995
IV.15430Printing, Inauguration, 1994 November-December
IV.15431Worship Service, Inaugural, 1991-1995
IV.15432National Guard, Inauguration, 1994 December
IV.15433Security, Inauguration, 1994 December-1995 January
IV.15434Reserved Seats, Inauguration, 1994 December-1995 January
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IV.1551Legislators, Inauguration, 1994 December
IV.1552Lists/Addressing, Inauguration, 1994 November-December
IV.1553Ceremony, Inauguration, 1994 December-1995 January
IV.1554Colony Square Reception, Inauguration, 1994 December-1995 January
IV.1555Doug Stone/Concert, Inauguration, 1994 November-1995 January
IV.1556Contribution Thank-You Notes, Inauguration, 1995 January-February
IV.1557[Initiation and Stationary], Inauguration, 1995 January
IV.1558[Pierre Howard letter to Joselyn Butler], Inauguration, 1995 January
IV.1559[Inaugural Address], Inauguration, 1995 January
IV.15510Millner, Guy-Media Buys, 1994 September 13-19
IV.15511Media Buys- Georgia Black Radio, 1994 October
IV.15512[Campaign Fundraising: Projected/Actual], 1994
IV.15513[Campaign self-mailers- Mail targets and budgets], 1994 October
IV.15514[Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon- Contract], 1994 January
IV.15515Media Buys, 1994 September 9-14
IV.15516Media Buys, 1994 September 13-19
IV.15517Zell Miller- T.V. Spots [Script for “Accomplishments”], 1994 July
IV.15518[Media Buys- Radio Advertisements], 1994 October
IV.15519Media Buys- Newspaper Advertising, 1994 October
IV.15520Media Buys, 1994 September 20-October 24
IV.15521Prescod Hubert- Contract with Zell Miller for Governor Campaign, 1994 April-July
IV.15522Cooper and Secrest [Contract and Correspondence], 1994 May-August
IV.15523Ethics/Disclosure Information [Includes Fundraising Summary, November 1994], 1994 May-November
IV.15524[Appointments- Thurbert Baker], 1997 April-May
IV.15525“All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Bootcamp,” Draft, undated
IV.15526Democratic Governor’s Association, re: DGA Virginia Contribution, 1993 May
IV.15527Democratic Governors Association: 1996 Governors Dinner, 1996 January
IV.15528Convention, Democratic National Convention, 1992 May-July
IV.15529Convention [National Platform Committee, June-July 1996], 1996
IV.15530Keynote Address [Speech and Comments], undated
IV.15531Department Heads Meeting [Remarks by Zell Miller], 1995 October 25
IV.15532Department of Corrections [Wayne Garner, appointed commissioner of D.O.C.], 1995 November
IV.15533Department of Justice: Tyrone Brooks Litigation, 1992 June-July
IV.15534Department of Public Safety [Freaknik], 1996 April
IV.15535Georgia Department of Revenue [re: Marcus Collins], 1992 December-August 1993
IV.15536[Georgia Department of Transportation, Air Transportation], 1997 April-July
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IV.1561Department of Transportation- Memorandums, undated
IV.1562Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Authority, 1992 November
IV.1563Georgia Housing and Finance Authority, 1995 July-August
IV.1564Governor’s Conference on Education [Governor’s Remarks], 1993 September 3
IV.1565Education- Education Initiatives, 1996 March
IV.1566Six Point Comprehensive School Safety Plan, 1993
IV.1567Georgia Emergency Management Agency Counties in Governor’s State of Emergency, 1995 October
IV.1568Georgia Flag, undated
IV.1569Georgia Tech, Lorraine, undated
IV.15610Georgia 2000 [Schedule for Secretary Alexander’s Visit to Georgia], 1991 October
IV.15611Governor’s Commission on Effectiveness and Economy in Government- Summary of Issues, 1993 November
IV.15612Governor’s Development Council, 1992 November
IV.15613Jeanette Garrison- Board of Governors of the World Congress Authority, 1994 March
IV.15614HOPE Grant Program, undated
IV.15615[House and Senate Voting Records/Miller Administration], 1995-1997
IV.15616Legislative Accomplishments, 1991, 1992
IV.15617New Initiatives, undated
IV.15618Georgia Rebound, Legislative Package, 1992
IV.15619Georgia Senate Roll Call, 1992 March
IV.15620Legislative Package, 1992
IV.15621Sign SB 144- Press Conference, 1992 March 20
IV.15622Support for Administration Position, undated
IV.15623Mountain Protection-Protecting the Water Supply, undated
IV.15624National Governor’s Association- Winter Meeting, 1994 January-1996 November
IV.15625Transition Notebook (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.15626Transition Notebook (folder 2 of 2), undated
IV.15627Georgia Cabinet Seminar, 1992 June 30
IV.15628[Speech for Inauguration of Georgia Tech- Lorraine, Metz-Lorraine, France], [1991 September 30]
IV.15629“A New Approach to Economic Development” Proposal for Zell Miller by Virgil Williams, Chief of Staff, undated
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IV.1571State of the State Address, 1993 January 12
IV.1572Executive Secretaries- Job Description and Duties, undated
IV.1573[Children and Youth Committee], undated
IV.1574Precinct-Level Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia’s 1992 General Election and Runoff for U.S. Senate, 1993 May 23
IV.1575“A Platform for Local Government Change” Final Report of the Governor’s Local Governance Commission, 1992 November
IV.1576Zell Miller Biographical Information, undated
IV.1577[Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally- HOPE], undated
IV.1578[Initial Poll Results December 8-9, Cooper and Secrest], [1992 December 15]
IV.1579Foundations, 1991 October
IV.15710Correspondence- Congratulatory Letters for Wrigley’s Position at Georgia State University’s College of Business, 1992 October-1993 January
IV.15711Olympic Games: Georgia Bureau of Investigation, re: Security and the Lillehammer Olympic Organizing Committee, 1994 March
IV.15712Steve Wrigley Memorandums to Zell Miller [Olympic Games], [undated]
IV.15713Governor Miller’s Platform: Proposed Actions Compared with Implementation Actions to Date, 1992 May
IV.15714Preservation 2000, undated
IV.15715Georgia Department of Natural Resources: Joe Tanner, Preservation 2000, undated
IV.15716State of the State Address, 1998 January 15
IV.15717Technology Speech- Pre-Legislative Forum, 1991 November 19
IV.15718[Tri-State Water Compact Legislation, 1996 November-1997 October
IV.15719University System of Georgia: Board of Regents, re: Kilpatrick and Cody Law Firm, 1994 March
IV.15720University System of Georgia- Chancellor Search, 1994 February
IV.15721A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Democratic Party of Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1993 May 18, 19, 26
IV.15722[Welfare Reform Meeting], [1994 March]
IV.15723Georgia Lottery Notebook (folder 1 of 2), 1990 November
IV.15724Georgia Lottery Notebook (folder 2 of 2), 1990 November
IV.15725Democratic National Convention Platform Committee, 1996 June
IV.15726Democratic National Platform, 1996
IV.15727[Georgia Department of Industry, Trade, and Tourism, Board Retreat Briefing Book], [1997 September]
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IV.1581[Georgia Department of Industry, Trade, and Tourism, Post-Retreat Summary], [1997 September-October]
IV.1582State Board of Education- Appointments, 1996 November-December
IV.1583[Institute for Public Affairs], 1995 April-1996 January
IV.1584Public Policy Initiative, 1996 May
IV.1585Public Policy Initiative, 1996 January 18
IV.1586Trade Mission to South America, 1997 July 13-21
IV.1587[Trade Mission to South America- Executive Briefing], 1997 July 13-21
IV.1588Tentatively Recommended Deferrals- Budget, 1995 June
IV.1589Miller Administration Budget Achievements Fiscal Year 1995, 1995
IV.15810Jekyll Island State Park Authority Press Advisory, 1995 March 17
IV.15811[African-American Population Contacts], undated
IV.15812[Events], 1995
IV.15813[Taxes], 1989
IV.15814[Presentations], 1991
IV.15815[Memos], 1995
IV.15816[Legal-Miller], 1995
IV.15817[Correspondence], 1995
IV.15818[Campaign], 1994
IV.15819[Clinton], 1993
IV.1582098 Juvenile Justice Stuff, Response to the U.S. Department of Justice Report, undated
IV.1582198 Juvenile Justice Stuff [Grant Programs], 1998 February-March
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IV.159198 Juvenile Justice [For Discussion Purposes Only- Department of Justice Draft], 1998 March 3
IV.159298 Juvenile Justice, The United States v. Georgia, [1998] March 5
IV.159398 Juvenile Justice- Draft [Settlement Agreements Between the U.S. and Georgia Concerning Juvenile Justice Family], 1998 March 9
IV.1594Draft [Juvenile Justice], 1998 March 11
IV.1595Consent Decree- Department of Justice Draft, 1998 March 13
IV.1596Consent Decree- Department of Justice Draft, 1998 March 13
IV.1597Consent Decree- Department of Justice, 1998 March 13
IV.1598Settlement Agreement Between United States and Georgia Concerning Juvenile Justice Facilities- DRAFT, 1998 March 15
IV.1599Settlement Agreement Between United States and Georgia Concerning Juvenile Justice Facilities DRAFT, 1998 March 15
IV.1591098 Juvenile Justice- Draft [Settlement Agreements Between the United States and Georgia Concerning Juvenile Justice Facilities], 1998
IV.1591198 Juvenile Justice [Draft, Settlement Agreement Between the United States and Georgia Concerning Juvenile Justice Facility], 1998
IV.15912Memorandum of Agreement Between the United States and Georgia Concerning Georgia Juvenile Justice Facilities, undated
IV.15913[Memorandum of Agreement Between United States and Georgia Concerning Georgia Juvenile Justice Facilities- FINAL], undated
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IV.160198 Juvenile Justice Stuff [Kentucky Consent Decree], 1998 March
IV.160298 Juvenile Justice Department [Issues and Costs Relating to the Department of Justice Report], 1998
IV.160398 Juvenile Justice [Department of Juvenile Justice Division of Campus Operations, Department of Justice Debriefing], 1997 May-October
IV.160498 Juvenile Justice Stuff Department of Juvenile Justice Strategic Plan Fiscal Year 98, 1998
IV.1605Efforts, Enhancements and Recommendations, 1998 March
IV.1606News Clippings, re: United States/Georgia Settlement, 1998 March
IV.1607Juvenile Justice Stuff [Research and Notes], 1995, 1998
IV.1608Juvenile Justice Stuff [Juvenile Correctional Officer Basic Training Course], undated
IV.1609[Zell Miller’s and Thurbert Baker’s Remarks, re: Settlement Agreement Between United States and Georgia], undated
IV.16010[Freaknik ’95 Detail- State of Georgia Law Enforcement Brief], [1995 April]
IV.16011[Campaign Research, Statements], 1994
IV.16012Georgia Emergency Management Agency Hurricane Opal, undated
IV.16013Southern Region Economic Conference, undated
IV.16014[Mickey Mantle Article], 1995
IV.16015Proclamation Convening the General Assembly of Georgia in Special Session, 1995 July 7
IV.16016[Correspondence], [1994]
IV.16017[Andrews Campaign Consulting], [1994]
IV.16018River Care 2000, 1994
IV.16019Clinton Fundraiser, 1994
IV.16020Election Night Remarks, 1994
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IV.1611[Campaign Memos, Speech Reports], 1994
IV.1612General Primary, Votes By County, 1994 July 19
IV.1613Campaign Advertisements, Newspaper, 1994
IV.1614Guy Millner, 84 Million Dollar Bill, 1994
IV.1615Dukes Creek Woods Property Information, [1993]
IV.1616Morning Briefing, 1994 June 4
IV.1617Arts Festival of Atlanta, List of Friends, 1994
IV.1618Morning Briefing, 1994 June 28
IV.1619Afternoon Briefing, 1994 August 12
IV.16110Morning Briefing, 1994 September 29
IV.16111[Slugs, Clippings, Advertising], 1994
IV.16112Inauguration, Zell Miller, Pierre Howard, 1995
IV.16113Georgia Tech- Lorraine, France opening [photographs removed], 1991 September 30
IV.16114Zell Miller for Governor ’94 Announcement Tour, 2004 April 25-29
IV.16115Georgia Notes and Quotes, Bill Shipp, 1990 September 3
IV.16116[TLS Miller to Lynch re: Wrigley Payroll], 1990 November 8
IV.16117Gridiron Secret Society, 1995 Fall
IV.16118[Campaign Fundraising Dinners], 1994
IV.16119[Miscellaneous], 1990-1994
IV.16120Questionnaire Drafts, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 January-November
IV.16121Association of County Commissioners of Georgia Speech and Documentation, 1990 October 11, 1978-1990
IV.16122Barnes and others/Abortion [Newspaper Clippings], 1989 July-1990 April
IV.16123Campaign Strategies, undated
IV.16124Secrest, 1989 May-June
IV.16125Members of Post Council Attending, 1995 September 13
IV.16126Schedule September, 1994
IV.16127Update Research Files ZM (IV), ISS, TM, JFH [Electronic Records Printout], 1989 February
IV.16128Update Research Files, GA, AY, BM, JI [Electronic Records Printout] (folder 1 of 2), 1990 February
IV.16129Update Research Files, GA, AY, BM, JI [Electronic Records Printout] (folder 2 of 2), 1989 February
IV.16130[Research Files, Electronic Records Printout], 1990
IV.16131[Clippings], 1975-1990
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IV.1621Zell Miller for Governor ’94 Campaign Contributors (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.1622Zell Miller for Governor ’94 Campaign Contributors (folder 2 of 2), undated
IV.1623[Events], 1998
IV.1624Democratic Governors Association, State of the State, 1998
IV.1625[Clippings], 1992-1998
IV.1626Trip of the Vice-President to Columbus and Atlanta, Georgia, 1998 March 2
IV.1627[Speeches], 1992-1998
IV.1628[Correspondence], 1992-1998
IV.1629[Jane Fonda Statement], 1998 April
IV.16210[Monthly Schedule] (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1993
IV.16211[Monthly Schedule] (folder 2 of 2), 1990-1993
IV.16212[Monthly Schedule], 1991-1998
IV.16213[Office], 1988-1998
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IV.1631Preservation 2000: Press Packet for Governor’s News Conference about Game and Fish License Fee Increase, 1991 December
IV.1632100 K [Final Report Joint Study Committee on Parks, Recreation, Historic Preservation, and Natural Areas], [1991 January]
IV.1633100 K [Research and background materials, Preservation 2000] (folder 1 of 3), undated
IV.1634100 K [Sample Bills, Preservation 2000] (folder 2 of 3), undated
IV.1635100 K [Sample Bills, Preservation 2000] (folder 3 of 3), undated
IV.1636Land Acquisition [Preservation 2000] (folder 1 of 3), 1991
IV.1637Land Acquisition [Preservation 2000] (folder 2 of 3), 1991
IV.1638Land Acquisition [Preservation 2000] (folder 3 of 3), 1991
IV.1639Land Acquisition [Preservation 2000], 1992
IV.16310Preservation 2000 Program [Includes Materials Relating to Little Tybee and Cabbage Islands Purchase], 1990 November-1991 July
IV.16311Pete McTier [Charles “Pete” McTier, the Woodruff Foundation and Literacy Programs], 1991 January-1992 April
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IV.1641University of Georgia Athens Center for the 1996 Olympic Games, undated
IV.1642Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Role in Planning and Operational Phases of the Olympics, 1994 December
IV.1643Security Briefing Document for Governor Zell Miller- State Olympic Planning Office, 1994 December
IV.1644SOLEC-In-Transit Security Function Governors Office Briefing, undated
IV.1645Security Briefing for United States Senator Sam Nunn, Olympic Security Support Group, undated
IV.1646Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, Briefings, 1996 March-April, undated
IV.1647Olympic Entertainment, undated
IV.1648State Olympic Law Enforcement Command- Situation and End of Shift Reports, 1996 July-August
IV.1649Ticket Requests, undated
IV.16410[Olympic Entertainment], undated
IV.16411[Governor’s Olympic Activities] Georgia Department of Industry, Trade, and Tourism, 1996 May
IV.16412Zell Miller Tickets and Schedule, undated
IV.16413State of Georgia Briefing Document, 1985 February
IV.16414ACOG-Olympic Suite Contract, 1996 January
IV.16415Olympic Torch Relay Route, 1996 April-May
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IV.1651SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 1 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1652SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 2 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1653SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 3 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1654SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 4 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1655SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 1 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1656SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 2 of 4), 1996 February 21
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IV.1661SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 3 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1662SOLEC Operational Plan Summaries (folder 4 of 4), 1996 February 21
IV.1663SOLEC Handbooks, 1996
IV.1664SOLEC- Briefing for Governor Miller (folder 1 of 3), 1996 June 26
IV.1665SOLEC- Briefing for Governor Miller (folder 2 of 3), 1996 June 26
IV.1666SOLEC- Briefing for Governor Miller [SOLEC Press Package and Torch Run] (folder 3 of 3), 1996 June 26
IV.1667SOLEC Briefing Document for the Office of Vice President of the United States, 1996 April
IV.1668SOLEC Venue Operations, Briefing, 1996 May 10
IV.1669[Olympic Entertainment, Event Scheduling], undated
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IV.1671Olympic Intelligence/Anti-terrorism Unit GBI, 1994
IV.1672Security Briefing Document- State Olympic Law Enforcement, 1995 February 15
IV.1673[Olympics- Torch Relay, Attendance Estimates, Transportation SOLEC], 1996
IV.1674[Olympics, notes], 1996
IV.1675[Olympics-Transportation], 1996
IV.1676Torch Relay Overview, 1996
IV.1677[Olympic- Security], 1996
IV.1678Chronology of Governor Miller’s Centennial Olympic Games Schedule, 1996
IV.1679[Olympic- Schedules, VIP visits], 1996
IV.16710SOLEC Action Report, 1997
IV.16711[Olympics- Resources, Transportation], 1996
IV.16712[Olympics- Security, Exercises, Retreat], 1996
IV.16713[Olympics- Factoids, Reports], 1996
IV.16714[Olympics- SOLEC, Security], 1996
IV.16715[Olympics- Correspondence], 1996
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IV.1681Atlanta Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Program, 1996
IV.1682Olympic Suite Manual (folder 1 of 2), 1996
IV.1683Olympic Suite Manual (folder 2 of 2), 1996
IV.1684Olympic Torch Relay Maps, 1996
IV.1685Sport Schedule- Ticket Prices, undated
IV.1686Olympics (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.1687Olympics (folder 2 of 2), undated
IV.1688Maps [Graphical Analyses of Number of People], undated
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MapcaseOfficial Map of the Centennial Olympic Games [removed from Maps]
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IV.1689Olympic Security, undated
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IV.1691Olympic Torch Relay Street and Landmark Directions (folder 1 of 3), 1996
IV.1692Olympic Torch Relay Street and Landmark Directions (folder 2 of 3), 1996
IV.1693Olympic Torch Relay Street and Landmark Directions (folder 3 of 3), 1996
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IV.1701Active V.I [Research] (folder 1 of 3), 1975-1979, 1975-1976
IV.1702Active V.I [Research] (folder 2 of 3), 1975-1979, 1977-1978
IV.1703Active V.I [Research] (folder 3 of 3), 1975-1979, 1979
IV.1704Active Volume II [House and Senate Bills], 1980, 1981:1980
IV.1705Active Volume II [House and Senate Bills], 1980, 1981:1981
IV.1706Active Volume III (folder 1 of 2), 1982-1984:1982
IV.1707Active Volume III (folder 2 of 2), 1982-1984:1982
IV.1708Active Volume III, 1982-1984:1983
IV.1709Active Volume III, 1982-1984:1984
IV.17010Active [House and Senate Bills, Research], 1985
IV.17011Active [House and Senate Bills, Research], 1986
IV.17012Active [House and Senate Bills, Research], 1987
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IV.1711Inactive Volume I [Research] (folder 1 of 3), 1975-1976
IV.1712Inactive Volume I [Research] (folder 2 of 3), 1977
IV.1713Inactive Volume I [Research] (folder 3 of 3), 1977
IV.1714Inactive Volume II [Research], 1979-1981
IV.1715Inactive Volume II [Research], 1981
IV.1716Inactive Volume II [Research], 1984
IV.1717Inactive Volume III [Research] (folder 1 of 2), 1982
IV.1718Inactive Volume III [Research] (folder 2 of 2), 1982
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IV.1721Inactive Volume III [Research], 1983
IV.1722Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1975, 1976
IV.1723Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1977, 1978
IV.1724Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1979, 1980
IV.1725Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1981, 1982
IV.1726Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1983, 1984
IV.1727Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1985, 1986
IV.1728Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1987, 1988
IV.1729Composites [Georgia State Senate Composite Status], 1975-1990: 1989, 1990
IV.17210[Legislative Bills, Research] (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.17211[Legislative Bills, Research] (folder 2 of 2), undated
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IV.1731Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games- Report to Governor Zell Miller, 1994 December
IV.1732Barbara’s Information, Georgia Department of Corrections [re: double-bunked prisons], 1990 August
IV.1733Bills to Pull, [1990]
IV.1734[Campaign], 1994
IV.1735[Campaign Ephemera], 1990-1996
IV.1736[Campaign information, speech, biographical information], 1994
IV.1737Campaign Staff Memorandums, 1994
IV.1738Citizen Action [re: Energy Initiative], undated
IV.1739[Citizens for a Safer Georgia, Hazardous Waste Management Authority], 1990 April
IV.17310[Correspondence], 1988-1990
IV.17311Correspondence, 1990-1997
IV.17312Correspondence, 1994
IV.17313Correspondence: Paul Begala, 1990
IV.17314[Correspondence] Earl Leonard, 1995-1997
IV.17315Correspondence- Personal, [1991-1997]
IV.17316Date Book- Wrigley, 1994
IV.17317[Debates], 1994 September-October
IV.17318[Event Overview and Briefing] Inauguration, [undated]
IV.17319[Executive Secretary] Identification Card, 1991
IV.17320Exemption of Food from the Sales Tax, 1995
IV.17321Fiscal Year 1992 Budget, 1991
IV.17322Food Tax Exemptions, 1988-1989
IV.17323GOTV [Get Out The Vote], 1994
IV.17324Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police- Law Enforcement- Speech, 1989 July 14
IV.17325Hyatt, Richard- Zell Miller Biography, 1997
IV.17326Inauguration, 1991
IV.17327Keeping Faith With Georgia’s Future, Crime and Public Safety, 1994
IV.17328[Knox, John- TV and Radio ad transcripts], 1994 July-August
IV.17329Lt. Governor Memorandums, 1987 August-1990 March
IV.17330[McNair, Nimrod “Mac”- McNair v. Miller re: State Ethics Commission Complaint], 1994
IV.17331[McNair, Nimrod “Mac”- TV and Radio Ad Transcripts], 1994 June-July
IV.17332Memorandums- Budget, 1989 January-1990 February
IV.17333Memorandums, 1991
IV.17334Miscellaneous Memos- Zell Miller, [1990-1997]
IV.17335Zell Miller Correspondence- incoming/outgoing, 1996-1997
IV.17336Zell Miller’s Daily Schedule, 1991 January-December
IV.17337Zell Miller, Memos to Zell Miller from Wrigley at GSU, 1992 December- 1993 April
IV.17338Zell Miller for Governor [Death Penalty] sign, 1994
IV.17339[Zell Miller Memorandums], 1988-1990
IV.17340Zell Miller Remarks and Press Releases, 1992-1998
IV.17341Miller, Guy, 1994
IV.17342[Notes, Memos, Clippings], 1994-1996
IV.17343[Notes], 1991-1998
IV.17344[Notes], undated
IV.17345Olympic Operations, State of Georgia, 1996
IV.17346Press Conference/Releases/Articles- Zell Miller Press Notes, 1991 April-September
IV.17347Senate Bill Number 40 and 480 [Research], undated
IV.17348Six-Point Plan for Fiscal Reform [Platform], 1990 June
IV.17349Staff- Memorandums, 1988 May-1989 November
IV.17350TV Ad Scripts, 1994 May-October
IV.17351Steve Wrigley [Personnel File], 1988-1991
IV.17352Steve Wrigley Correspondence- Personal [Correspondence- incoming and outgoing], 1991 April-December
IV.17353Steve Wrigley Memorandums to Zell Miller, 1993-1994
IV.17354Steve Wrigley- Memos and Notes, 1995
IV.17355Wrigley Schedule, Washington D.C., 1997 January 7
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IV.1741Clippings, undated
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IV.1751Clippings, undated
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IV.1761Clippings, undated
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IV.1771Clippings, undated
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IV.1781Clippings, undated
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IV.1791Clippings, undated
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IV.1801Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 2), 1994 May
IV.1802Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 2 of 2), 1994 May
IV.1803Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 6), 1994 June
IV.1804Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 2 of 6), 1994 June
IV.1805Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 3 of 6), 1994 June
IV.1806Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 4 of 6), 1994 June
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IV.1811Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 5 of 6), 1994 June
IV.1812Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 6 of 6), 1994 June
IV.1813Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1814Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 2 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1815Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 3 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1816Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 4 of 8), 1994 July
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IV.1821Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 5 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1822Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 6 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1823Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 7 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1824Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 8 of 8), 1994 July
IV.1825Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1826Morning Briefings[Research] (folder 2 of 9), 1994 August
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IV.1831Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 3 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1832Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 4 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1833Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 5 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1834Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 6 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1835Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 7 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1836Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 8 of 9), 1994 August
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IV.1841Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 9 of 9), 1994 August
IV.1842Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1843Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 2 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1844Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 3 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1845Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 4 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1846Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 5 of 10), 1994 September
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IV.1851Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 6 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1852Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 7 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1853Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 8 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1854Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 9 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1855Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 10 of 10), 1994 September
IV.1856Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 12), 1994 October
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IV.1861Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 2 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1862Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 3 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1863Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 4 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1864Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 5 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1865Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 6 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1866Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 7 of 12), 1994 October
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IV.1871Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 8 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1872Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 9 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1873Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 10 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1874Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 11 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1875Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 12 of 12), 1994 October
IV.1876Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 1 of 4), 1994 November
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IV.1881Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 2 of 4), 1994 November
IV.1882Morning Briefings [Research] (folder 3 of 4), 1994 November
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IV.1891Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June 17-18
IV.1892Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 2), 1990 June 17-18
IV.1893Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June 7-8
IV.1894Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 June 7-8
IV.1895Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 July 29-30
IV.1896[Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia] Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), undated
IV.1897[Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia] Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), undated
IV.1898[Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia] Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), undated
IV.1899Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 October 31-November 1
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IV.1901Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 4), 1990 January 8-14
IV.1902Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 4), 1990 January 8-14
IV.1903Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 4), 1990 January 8-14
IV.1904Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 4 of 4), 1990 January 8-14
IV.1905Survey of Democratic Primary Voters Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 4), 1990 May 9-13
IV.1906Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 4), 1990 May 9-13
IV.1907Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 4), 1990 May 9-13
IV.1908Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 4 of 4), 1990 May 9-13
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IV.1911Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), 1990 May 9-13
IV.1912Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), 1990 May 9-13
IV.1913Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), 1990 May 9-13
IV.1914Qualitative Investigation [Focus Groups] Cooper and Secrest, Atlanta and Columbus, GA (folder 1 of 3), 1990 June
IV.1915Qualitative Investigation [Focus Groups] Cooper and Secrest, Atlanta and Columbus, GA (folder 2 of 3), 1990 June
IV.1916Qualitative Investigation [Focus Groups] Cooper and Secrest, Atlanta and Columbus, GA (folder 3 of 3), 1990 June
IV.1917Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), 1990 June 16-17
IV.1918Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), 1990 June 16-17
IV.1919Survey of Democratic Primary Voter’s Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), 1990 June 16-17
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IV.1921Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), 1990 June 24-26
IV.1922Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), 1990 June 24-26
IV.1923Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), 1990 June 24-26
IV.1924Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 2), 1990 July 1-2
IV.1925Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 2), 1990 July 1-2
IV.1926Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), 1990 July 8-9
IV.1927Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), 1990 July 8-9
IV.1928Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), 1990 July 8-9
IV.1929Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 July 24-25
IV.19210Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 July 24-25
IV.19211Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 August 1-2
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IV.1931Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), 1990 July 17
IV.1932Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), 1990 July 17
IV.1933Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), 1990 July 17
IV.1934Cooper and Secrest, Survey of Voters Attitudes, [1990]
IV.1935Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 July 10
IV.1936[Cooper and Secrest: Polling and Research Questionnaires and Findings], 1990 January-July
IV.1937[Survey of Voter Attitudes re: Georgia Lottery Cooper and Secrest- Questionnaire], September 15-16
IV.1938Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1990 October 27
IV.1939Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 2), 1990 October 25-26
IV.19310Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 2), 1990 October 25-26
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IV.1941-3Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, Cooper & Secrest, 1991 July 24-27
IV.1944Philip Morris Statewide Poll Results, 1991 October 24
IV.1945Coopers & Secrest - Phillip Morris Statewide Poll Results, 1991 October
IV.1946Democratic Primary Presidential Polling Results - Coopers & Secrest, 1992 February 23-24
IV.1947Democratic Party of Georgia - Polls, 1992 August-October
IV.1948-11Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1992 September 15-16
IV.19412-13Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1992 November 5-6
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IV.1951Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1992 November 5-6
IV.1952-5Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia-Coopers & Secrest, 1992 November 15-16
IV.1956-9Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, 1992 December 8-9
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R.IV.1961[Secrest Polls], 1993-1998
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R.IV.1962Media Decision - Zell Miller for Governor 1994, 1993
R.IV.1963Cooper & Secrest Focus Groups, 1993 May
R.IV.1964A Precinct Level Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia's General Election and Runoff for U.S. Senate, 1993 May 23
R.IV.1965-8Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1993 June 25-27
R.IV.1969-10Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1993 September 26-28
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IV.1971-2Survey of Voter's Attitudes in Georgia, 1993 September 26-28
IV.1973-5Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Cooper & Secrest, 1993 November 14-16
IV.1976Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, 1993 November 14-16
IV.1977-8[Poll] - Steve Wrigley Campaign, circa 1993
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IV.1981[Poll] - Steve Wrigley Campaign, circa 1993
IV.1982Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1993 November 14-16
IV.1983Correspondence - Zell Miller for Governor, Coopers & Secrest, 1993 December-1994 October
IV.1984Grunwald, Eskew, Donilon, 1994 May-July
IV.1985[Poll Analysis], 1994
IV.1986[Poll], 1994 March
IV.1987[Poll Memoranda], 1994 May
IV.1988-11Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 May 5-8
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IV.1991-4Zell Miller for Governor 1994: Guy Millner Poll - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 May
IV.1995Voter Survey-Georgia Democratic Primary, Cooper & Secrest, 1994 July
IV.1996Survey of Voter Attitudes Among Democratic Primary Voters - Cooper & Secrest, 1994 July 13-14
IV.1997Survey of Voter Attitudes Among Democratic Primary Voters, 1994 June 21
IV.1998-9Poll Results, 1994 July-October
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IV.2001-4Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 August 3-5
IV.2005-8Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Cooper & Secrest, Tables, 1994 August
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IV.2011[A Qualitative Investigation]-Cooper & Secrest, 1994 August
IV.2012-4Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Cooper & Secrest, 1994 September 25-26
IV.2015-7Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, 1994 October 10
IV.2018-10Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 16-17
IV.20111Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia-Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 19-20
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IV.2021-2Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia-Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 19-20
IV.2023-5Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 23-24
IV.2026-8Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 26-27
IV.2029Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia - Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 30-31
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IV.2031-2Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia-Coopers & Secrest, 1994 October 30-31
IV.2033-5Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia-Cooper & Secrest, 1994 November 2-3
IV.2036-7Survey of Voter Attitudes in Virginia - Cooper & Secrest, 1994 December 3-5
IV.2038-9Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1994 December
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R.IV.2041-2Unidentified Voter Survey, circa 1994
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R.IV.20431995 Virginia Democratic Playbook - Cooper & Secrest, 1995 January
R.IV.2044Precinct Level Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia's 1994 General Election for Governor, 1995 May
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R.IV.2045Voter Survey Questionnaire, 1995 September
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R.IV.2046-7Survey of the State of Georgia-Shum, Devine, and Donilon Tabular Report, 1995 September
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R.IV.2048-9Survey of Voters Attitudes in Georgia 6th Congressional District, 1995 December 12-13
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R.IV.20410Poll Results-6th Congressional District, 1995 December 20
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R.IV.20411Survey of Voter Attitudes in Virginia, circa 1995
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R.IV.2051Voter Survey Regarding Georgia's 6th Congressional District - Cooper & Secrest Questions, 1996 March 23-25
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R.IV.2052Great American Cookies Company-Voter Survey; Voter Survey Regarding Georgia's 6th Congressional District - Questionnaire, 1996 March
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R.IV.2053Dysfunction Advisory Memorandum, 1996 July 17
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R.IV.2054Voter Survey-Cooper & Secrest, 1996 August 9
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R.IV.2055-6Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, 1996 November
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R.IV.2057[Poll], 1996
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R.IV.2058Polling Questionnaires, 1997 June
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R.IV.2059Comparative Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia's 1996 General Election for President and Senator, 1997 August
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R.IV.20510Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia-Cooper & Secrest, 1998 February 6-9
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R.IV.20511-12Voter Survey Georgia Attorney General-Tables, 1998 February 6-8
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R.IV.2061-3Voter Survey Regarding Georgia Attorney General, 1998 February 6-9
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Roy Barnes Opponent Research, Governor Race 1990
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IV.2071Taxes, 1978-1979
IV.2072Veterans, 1980-1982
IV.2073Barnes Vote [Bills Introduced], circa 1989
IV.2074Voting Record, 1989
IV.2075Roy Barnes-Summaries, 1975-1988
IV.2076Voting Record-Summaries, 1975-1987
IV.2077Roy Barnes-[Voting Record and Summaries], 1975-1990
IV.2078-10Summaries-[Anomalies in Legislative Record of State Senator Roy E. Barnes], 1975-1989
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IV.2081Barnes-Bills for Clients, 1981-1987
IV.2082[Campaign Kick-Off Week], circa 1989
IV.2083Citizens for Public Awareness, Incorporated, Regarding Barnes/Miller/Lottery, 1990 June
IV.2084Early December Benchmark Poll for Barnes' Campaign, 1990
IV.2085Financial Disclosure, 1990
IV.2086Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Abortion, 1989-1990
IV.2087Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Crime, 1975-1989
IV.2088Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Death Penalty, 1982-1989
IV.2089Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Economic Development Highways, 1986-1990
IV.20810Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Eleanor Main, 1980-1990
IV.20811Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Equal Jury Strikes, 1979-1986
IV.20812Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Extremist, 1975-1990
IV.20813Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Juvenile Crime Victims - Names, 1982
IV.20814Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Lawyer Legislator, 1983-1987
IV.20815Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Lottery, 1979-1990
IV.20816Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Martin Luther King Jr., 1984-1990
IV.20817Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Pensions, 1982-1990
IV.20818Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Property Tax Relief HB95, 1979
IV.20819Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Sex Education, 1987-1990
IV.20820Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: Stone Mountain Alcohol, 1981-1988
IV.20821-22Ten Barnes Flip-Flops, 1978-1990
IV.20823Roy Barnes Flip-Flops, 1979-1990
IV.20824Roy Barnes Flip-Flops: 2/3rds Vote, 1978
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IV.2091Barnes-Matt Research, 1988-1989
IV.2092-8Roy Barnes Clips, 1974-1984
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IV.2101-9Roy Barnes Clips, 1984-1987
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IV.2111-7Roy Barnes Clips, 1988-1989
IV.2118[Roy Barnes] Clips to File, 1981-1989
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IV.2121[Notes], circa 1989
IV.2122[Roy Barnes, Press Conference], 1990 February
IV.2123-4"Roy Barnes: Promises and Price Tags", 1990 April 10
IV.212515 to 1 Research re: Teacher-Pupil Ratio, 1984-1988
IV.2126Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: Free Tuition, 1990
IV.2127Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: 4-Year Stipend, 1990
IV.2128Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: Vocational Schools, 1990
IV.2129Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: $500 Tax Break, 1989
IV.21210Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: Savannah River Parkway and Fall Line Freeway, 1989-1990
IV.21211Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: Clean-up Atlanta Sewer System, 1990
IV.21212Research re: Barnes Promises and Price Tags: Budget Defense, 1989-1990
IV.21213Roy Barnes Record on Crime, 1978-1988
IV.21214Southmark, 1982-1986
IV.21215Barnes-86 Tax Reform, 1986
IV.21216Children, 1982-1987
IV.21217Creationism, 1980
IV.21218Dome Votes, 1988-1989
IV.21219Roy Barnes on Environment-Votes, 1985
IV.21220Handicap, 1980-1981
IV.21221Index to Chronology of Voting Record, 1975-1980
IV.21222Index to Roy Barnes Voting Record, 1981-1987
IV.21223Jury Duty, 1981
IV.21224Lawyer-Legislator/Doing Business with State, 1981-1985
IV.21225Mandatory Sentences, 1977
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IV.2131Summaries-[Anomalies in Legislative Record of State Senator Roy E. Barnes], 1975-1989
IV.2132[Roy Barnes on Issues], 1990
IV.2133Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(a) Juvenile Crime Victims, 1982-1990
IV.2134Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(c) DUI [Driving Under the Influence], 1978-1983
IV.2135Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(d) Lottery, 1989-1990
IV.2136Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(e) Felons as Cops, 1981
IV.2137Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(f) Abortion, 1989-1990
IV.2138Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(g) SB 496-Drug Dealers on Bond, 1980
IV.2139Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(h) Parole Board, 1988
IV.21310Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(i) Mandatory Minimum 25 Years, 1983-1986
IV.21311Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(j) First-time Probationers, 1987
IV.21312Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(k) Conflict of Interest, 1981-1987
IV.21313Barnes Poll Selected Hits: 36(l) Need More Lawyers, 1989
Johnny Isakson Opponent Research, Governor Race 1990
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IV.2141Johnny Isakson on Abortion, 1986-1990
IV.2142Altered Headlines Spot Documentation, 1990
IV.2143Johnny Isakson on Auto Insurance Reform, 1990
IV.2144Banking, 1983-1987
IV.2145Johnny Isakson-Bills by Category, 1977-1990
IV.2146Bills that Died in Senate, 1990
IV.2147-9Johnny Isakson Budget Votes, 1977-1989
IV.21410Isakson Campaign, 1990
IV.21411Children, 1977
IV.21412Conflict of Interest, 1988
IV.21413Consumer, 1979-1986
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IV.2151-2Flip-Flops, 1977-1979
IV.2153Georgia Senate Bill Status System Inquiry Print, 1977-1990
IV.2154Handicap Access, 1980
IV.2155Johnny Isakson-Hazardous Waste Spot, 1988-1990
IV.2156Health, 1977-1987
IV.2157Initial Hits [Johnny Isakson], 1983-1990
IV.2158Lake Lot Stances, 1989
IV.2159Legislative Office Building Spot-Johnny Isakson, 1984-1990
IV.21510Lottery-Johnny Isakson, 1982-1988
IV.21511Lottery Spot Documentation [Johnny Isakson's "Lottery Difference" Spot], 1990
IV.21512MARTA, 1979
IV.21513Merit Pay, 1990
IV.21514[Zell Miller-News Clippings], 1975
IV.21515Johnny Isakson Newspaper Clippings, 1980-1990
IV.21516Miscellaneous-[News Clippings], 1981-1989
IV.21517[Nigut/Isakson Interview], 1990 August 12
IV.21518Oil, 1987
IV.21519Out for Self, 1977
IV.21520Isakson on Zell Miller's Pension Bills, 1981-1986
IV.21521People Spot Response [Johnny Isakson and "People" Ad], 1982-1990
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IV.2161People Spot Press Kit [Johnny Isakson and "People" Ad], 1990
IV.2162-3August Poll-Johnny Isakson/General, Copper & Secrest [Survey of Voter Attitudes], 1990 August-October
IV.2164Isakson Profiles, 1989-1990
IV.2165-8Real Estate, 1977-1990
IV.2169Retirement, 1985
IV.21610September PM [Test Hits], 1990 September
IV.21611Sex Education, 1988
IV.21612Summary of Johnny Isakson's Voting Record, 1977-1990
IV.21613[Summary of Johnny Isakson's Voting Record], 1977-1990
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IV.2171Johnny Isakson-Tax Speech, 1989 March 15
IV.2172-3Johnny Isakson on Taxes, 1977-1990
IV.2174-5Utility Bills, 1978-1990
IV.2176Women, 1980
IV.2177Workforce, 1984
IV.2178Johnny Isakson-World Congress Center Meeting, 1984 February
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IV.2181-2Johnny Isakson on the Environment, 1979-1990
IV.2183ERA [Equal Rights Amendment], 1982-1990
IV.2184Ethics, 1978
IV.2185Extremist, 1977-1990
IV.2186-10FEPC [Fair Employment Practices Commission]/Black/MLK [Martin Luther King, Jr.], 1977-1988
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IV.2191Consumer Documentation ["Consumer" Ad], 1980-1990
IV.2192Consumer Spot Press Kit ["Consumer" Ad], 1980-1990
IV.2193Creationism, 1980-1990
IV.2194Johnny Isakson Crime Spot, 1983-1990
IV.2195Crime, 1978-1990
IV.2196Miller-Isakson Debate "Women in Network", 1990 August 28
IV.2197[Johnny] Isakson/90 Campaign-Debate Preparation, 1990
IV.2198Dome, 1988-1990
IV.2199Drinking Age, 1978-1985
IV.21910DUI [Driving Under the Influence], 1980
IV.21911-13Education, 1977-1978, undated
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IV.2201Inauguration, 1995
IV.2202-4Miller Campaign Contribution Disclosure Report, 1994 January 5-July 29
IV.2205-7[Millner Campaign Contribution Disclosure Report, Itemized Receipts], 1993 December 1-1994 June 4
IV.2208[Millner -Welfare and Crime Plans], circa 1994
IV.2209[Millner- Television and Radio Advertisements], 1994 June-November
IV.22010Millner-Post-Primary Press Releases, 1994 August-November
IV.22011[Millner-Transcripts], 1994 July-October
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IV.2211[Campaign 1994-Administration Accomplishments, Budget-Environment, Research for Campaign Message/Defense], 1993 June
IV.2212[Campaign 1994-Administration Accomplishments, Ethics-Platforms], 1993 June
IV.2213[Account Balances Report-Miller 1994-All Accounts], 1994
IV.2214[WAGA-TV Settlement/Refund], 1994 August
IV.2215Campaign Contribution Disclosure Report, Summary, 1994 December 31
IV.22161994 Campaign Account, 1994 September-1995 February
IV.2217-8Campaign Budget [Payroll, Fundraising, Summary, and Budget Reports], 1994
IV.2219Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon [Media Buys and Letter from Carter Eskew], 1994 July, undated
IV.22110Direct Contributions, circa 1994
IV.22111[Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon-Wire Transfers], 1994 July-October
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R.IV.2221Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon [Expenditures - Invoices, Memos, Ad Spots, Receipts, Payment], 1994 September
R.IV.2222Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon [Expenditures-Invoices, Receipts, Payments], 1994 August
R.IV.2223Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon-Outstanding Invoices, 1994 May-1995 January
R.IV.2224Shrum, Devine, and Donilon Polls-Correspondence, 1995
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R.IV.2225[Memorandum Regarding Campaign Accounts], circa 1993
R.IV.2226Party Executive Director, 1993
R.IV.2227Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon-Outstanding Invoices, 1994 October-November
R.IV.2228Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon [Expenditures-Invoices, Receipts, and Payment], 1994 October
R.IV.2229Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon [Expenditures-Invoices and Payment], 1994 November-December
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IV.2251Albany-Blakely (Early County), 1991 July 17
IV.2252Albany Certified Literate Community Program, 1997 September 19
IV.2253Albany Tech- Certified Literate Community Program, 1997 April-1998 October 20
IV.2254Albany-Partners in Excellence Packet, 1993 April-September
IV.2255Albany Tech Graduation, 1992 July-September 24
IV.2256Altamaha Tech Jesup-Wayne Literacy, 1993 January 22
IV.2257Athens/Clarke County Certified, 1994 January 27-February
IV.2258Athens Certification in Literate Community Program- Bowen, Jean, 1993 July-1994 January 27
IV.2259Atlanta Chamber, 1990 January-1991 April 5
IV.22510Augusta Tech Fall Commencement, 1994 August-October 18
IV.22511South Georgia Tech Americus, 1995 March-June
IV.22512Bibb County GED Macon, 1992 March-June 3
IV.22513Certified Literate Community Program, 1996 June-1997 May
IV.22514Adult Literacy Center Ribbon Cutting Carrollton, 1996 March-April 19
IV.22515Folk- Polk County- Calhoun and Rome, 1991 April 16-May
IV.22516Catoosa County, 1997 July-1998 March
IV.22517Carroll Tech and GED, 1994 July-September 22
IV.22518Cedartown GED, 1992 June 22
IV.22519Chattahoochee Tech Groundbreaking, 1994 September-October 19
IV.22520Clarksville Graduation, 1991 February-June 20
IV.22521Coors/Power 99 Family Literacy, 1991 November 21
IV.22522Clippings- Literacy, 1993 March-1994 March
IV.22523Cherokee Family Learning Center Canton, 1995 May-July 27
IV.22524Cobb County, 1993 June-August
IV.22525Columbus (Certification), 1991 July-November
IV.22526Columbus College Graduation, 1994 March-August
IV.22527GED: Graduation Columbus, 1996 March-June 4
IV.22528Dalton, 1989 November-1991 September
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IV.2261Department Technical and Adult Education, 1994
IV.2262Heart of Georgia Tech Dublin, 1993 July 22
IV.2263Dublin Trip Adult Literacy, 1991 February 12
IV.2264Dublin, 1994 October 28
IV.2265EAGLE Awards Macon Department Tech Adult Ed, 1994 September-1995 January
IV.2266EAGLE Awards Banquet Macon, 1996 January 18
IV.2267EAGLE Macon, 1996 December-1997 January
IV.2268EAGLE Awards Macon, 1997 December-1998 January
IV.2269Beverly Messer Elberton, 1991 February-June
IV.22610Elberton, 1993 April-1995 August
IV.22611Elberton, 1989 September-1991 June 5
IV.22612Fannin County Certification, 1992 April-June
IV.22613Georgia Department Adult Education- Family Literacy Symposium, 1991 February-April
IV.22614Fort Valley State Taping, 1994 May-1995 April
IV.22615Community Literacy Signs Fly-A-Round, 1996 February-1997 October
IV.22616Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, 1997 December-1998 February
IV.22617Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, 1993 May-1998 August
IV.22618GED Awards Lunch, 1995 July-September 8
IV.22619GED, 1992 August-1997 February
IV.22620Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, 1994 April-1996 February
IV.22621General Education Development Awards Lunch, 1994 June-August
IV.22622Georgia Tech Satellite Literacy, 1996 March
IV.22623Gainesville Certified Literate Community Celebration, 1995 January-February 20
IV.22624Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, Macon, 1992 July-1993 May 19
IV.22625Greenville Area Library Dedication, 1988 July-1994 October 18
IV.22626Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, 1994 November-December 14
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IV.2271Georgia Tech Institution’s Presidents Council Directors Adult Literacy, Macon, 1995 January-March
IV.2272Griffin, 1991 February-April 9
IV.2273Griffin Schools Say No to Drugs, 1995 February-May 4
IV.2274Gwinnett Tech GED Graduation at Berkmar Tech, 1993 August 29-September
IV.2275Inter-Agency Council Literacy, 1996 September
IV.2276ITZA Reader, 1993 June-November
IV.2277Keyesville, 1992 April-May 13, 1997 September
IV.2278LaGrange (West Georgia Tech), 1991 July 30
IV.2279Lawrenceville Certification, 1991 May-1993 May 11
IV.22710Literacy, 1991 April-1993 March
IV.22711Literacy Quilt, 1997 March-July
IV.22712Literacy Information, 1991 August-1997 February
IV.22713Literacy Lunch and Meeting, 1991 September-1992 February 19
IV.22714Literacy Action, Inc., 1992 November-1993 November
IV.22715Literacy [includes GLRC Newsletters], 1993 October-1995 March
IV.22716Literacy Tapings, 1992 February-1995 February
IV.22717Macon Tech and Adult Literacy, 1993 October-December 1
IV.22718Macon Tech and Adult, 1993 October-1994 January 20
IV.22719Millen, 1994 September 15
IV.22720North Metro Tech GED Graduation, Acworth, GA, 199 February-August 22
IV.22721North Georgia Tech GED, 1992 March-July 22, September 1996
IV.22722Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, 1993 June-1994 January
IV.22723Project Read, 1991 July-1993 September
IV.22724Rome Meeting, 1993 April-May 12
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IV.2281Savannah Trip, 1989 November-1991 October
IV.2282Savannah Armstrong State College, 1994 October-November 2
IV.2283Statesboro Ogeechee Tech GED, 1991 March-August
IV.2284Swainsboro Tech, 1991 March-July
IV.2285Swainsboro Tech Graduation, 1994 June-October
IV.2286Screven County Learning Center, Dedication, Sylvania, 1994 September 15-October
IV.2287Taylor County Certified Dedication, 1992 June 15-1996 June 15
IV.2288Talbot County Chamber Commerce Banquet, 1994 August-November 3
IV.2289Flint River Tech Groundbreaking, Thomaston, 1994 June-July 13
IV.22810Towns County Chamber, 1995 June-July 6
IV.22811Tulip (Towns Union Literacy Instills Pride) Celebration Towns/Union County, 1998 September 16
IV.22812UGA, 1992 June 11
IV.22813Vidalia- Southeastern Tech, 1993 January-April
IV.22814Walker County Rock Spring Civic Center, 1991 October-November
IV.22815Walker Tech GED, 1994 October 25
IV.22816Walker Tech Literacy Kickoff Press Conference and Library “Pre-K”, 1996 August-September 11
IV.22817Warm Springs, 1991 December-1992 January 9
IV.22818Wayne County Literacy, Jesup, GA, 1991 November 8
IV.22819Middle Georgia Tech (Robins Air Base), 1997 June-September 24
IV.22820Washington County-Literacy, 1991 May-1992 September
IV.22821Workplace Literacy Breakfast-Kickoff Conference, 1993 November-December 13
IV.22822Workplace Literacy Conference, 1992 January, 1996 March-December 3-4
IV.22823Workforce Development Conference and Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, 1998 April-October 7-8
IV.22824Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education-Adult Literacy, Dundee Mills, 1992 April-July 9
IV.22825Family Literacy Symposium Organizing Meeting, 1991 November 1, 1992 October-April
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IV.2291Family Literacy, 1991 December-1992 March 18-20
IV.2292Fourth Annual Literacy Conference (folder 1 of 2), 1993 February 24-26, 1991 November-1993 March
IV.2293Fourth Annual Literacy Conference (folder 2 of 2), 1993 February 24-26, 1991 November-1993 March
IV.2294Fifth Literacy Conference, 1994 February 23-25, 1993 January-1994 January
IV.2295Literacy Conference (folder 1 of 2), 1994 February 23-25, 1991 April-1994 March
IV.2296Literacy Conference (folder 2 of 2), 1993 February 23-25, 1991 April-1994 March
IV.2297Conference Remarks [1994 Literacy Conference], 1994 February
IV.2298Bio’s- Four Special Awards, 1994 February
IV.2299Literacy Conference (folder 1 of 2), 1995 February 22-24, 1993-1995 March
IV.22910Literacy Conference (folder 2 of 2), 1995 February 22-24, 1993 March-1995
IV.22911Literacy Conference (folder 1 of 2), 1995 February 22-24, 1992 March-1995 February
IV.22912Literacy Conference (folder 2 of 2), 1995 February 22-24, 1992 March-1995 February
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IV.2301[“Our Tribute to Georgia’s First Lady of Literacy Mrs. Shirley Carver Miller, Dooly, Houston, Peach, Pulaski], [1997 September]
IV.2302Literacy Conference (folder 1 of 2), 1996 February 28-March 1, 1990-1996
IV.23031996 Literacy Conference (folder 2 of 2), 1996 February 28- March 1, 1990-1996
IV.23041997 Literacy Conference, 1997 February
IV.23059th Annual Literacy Conference, 1998 February 18-20, 1997 July-1998 March
IV.2306[Adult Literacy: “Learn to Read” Workbook, Designed to Accompany Television Series], 1988
IV.2307Georgia Council on Adult Literacy, Interagency Council, 1997 February 26, 1997 February 27, 1996 November-1997 February
IV.2308Beverly Messer Clippings File (folder 1 of 2), undated
IV.2309Beverly Messer Clippings File (folder 2 of 2), undated
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IV.2311ACOG [Atlanta Committee of Olympic Games] Taping, 1995 March 10
IV.2312Blairsville Rotary Club, 1994 May 12
IV.2313Dr. Joseph Casello-Blairsville, 1996 July 18, 1996 June-July
IV.2314Business and Professional Women, 1991 May 17, 1991 May
IV.2315Breast Cancer Public Service Announcement Filming, 1997 August 8, 1997 August-September
IV.2316Breast Cancer Awareness- Nadine Thomas, 1994 October 14, September
IV.2317BeasTEST, 1993 October-1994 October
IV.2318Breast Cancer Forum, Augusta, 1994 October 27, June-October
IV.2319Breast Cancer, Department of Human Resources-American Cancer, Macon, 1994 October 13, September-October
IV.23110Buddy Check 2, 1996 January-February
IV.23111Calloway Wildflower Conference, 1997 April 22, March-August
IV.23112Child Kind, 1996 December 12, 1995 December-1996 December
IV.23113Child Care Action Campaign, Carter Center, 1992 May 8, March-May
IV.23114Cartersville Business and Professional Women’s Awards Banquet, Bartow County, 1994 October 20, 1991 January-1994 October
IV.23115Cherokee County Democratic [Party Executive Committee], 1994 October 4, 1994 August-September
IV.23116Christian Council Metropolitan Atlanta, 1995 March 18, 1994 March-1995 March
IV.23117Cox, Cathy, 1998 October 21
IV.23118Daves Creek Elementary, 1998 May 7, March-June
IV.23119Every Child by 2, 1994 January-July
IV.23120Forsyth County, GED, 1994 September 20, 1994 June-October
IV.23121Forsyth County Breast Cancer Forum, 1997 March 5, 1996 November-1997 March
IV.23122Fox Fire, 1991 July 10, 1991 August-1993 August
IV.23123Georgia History Plates, undated
IV.23124Gracious Ladies of Georgia, 1990 April-1993 June
IV.23125Georgia Commission on Women, 1992 August-1994
IV.23126Georgia Tech Road Scholar, 1998 June 10, April-June
IV.23127Georgia Citizens for Arts, 1995 December-1996 February
IV.23128GPTV, 1995 November-December
IV.23129Christmas, GPTV, 1991 December 18, 1994 March 15, 1991 August-1994 March
IV.23130Georgia Advocacy Office, Inc., 1996 February-October
IV.23131Georgia Commission on Women, 1993 October-1994 March
IV.23132Georgia Federation Democratic Women, 1994 October 7, 1994 August-October
IV.23133Georgia Main Street Program, Valdosta, 1994 October 13, August-October
IV.23134Georgia Women of Achievement, Macon, 1994 March 24, 1992 March-1994 December
IV.23135Georgia Council for the Arts, 1993 September
IV.23136Georgia Council Vocational Education, 1994 October 7, September-October
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IV.2321Georgia Library Association, Savannah, 1992 November 6, 1992 September-1993 March
IV.2322Georgia Tech, 1994 August 25, August
IV.2323Governor’s Conference on Education, 1993 September 17-19, 1993 August-October
IV.2324New Governor’s Conference, Colorado Springs, 1992 November 13, November
IV.2325Grass Roots, 1991 May-July
IV.2326Hemophilia Foundation, 1996 March 8, March
IV.2327Sara Hightower Library, Rome, 1992 January 15, January
IV.2328HOPE Program, 1994 June-1998 May
IV.2329Inauguration, 1991 January 14, January
IV.23210Immunization Coalition Conference, Scottish Rite, 1998 February 10, 1997 December-1998 February
IV.23211Georgia Immunization Conference, “Immunize Little Guys,”, 1994 August-1997 July
IV.23212Infant-Mortality, 1992 October 20-21, October
IV.23213ITZA Reader Program, Honorary Chair, 1993 May-August
IV.23214Jenkins, Charlie, 1993 March 2
IV.23215Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Advisory Board, 1992 January-1995 January
IV.23216Kiwanis, 1992 November 17, 1992 September-November
IV.23217JGG (Jobs for Georgia Graduates), Georgia Department of Labor, 1992 January-1993 April
IV.23218Pre-Legislative Forum, 1991 November 11, 1991 June-November
IV.23219Miller Chair-Young Harris College, 1991 December-1996 February
IV.23220Zell Miller Lecture Series, Young Harris, 1990 December
IV.23221Governor Miller’s Remarks Family Literacy Conference, 1992 March 19, March
IV.23222Monroe Jr. League Prayer Luncheon, 1992 February 6, 1991 November-1992 February
IV.23223Measles (every child by two), 1991 November, 1991 June-1993 October
IV.23224Milledgeville, 1993 August 12, 1993 July-August
IV.23225Murdock Elementary School Parents’ Breakfast (drugs), Marietta, 1994 October 26, 1994 September-October
IV.23226National Governor’s Association, 1991 February-1998 February
IV.23227National Student Poster Contest, 1998 March 3, 1997 June-1998 February
IV.23228North Side Woman’s Club, 1991 September-1993 June
IV.23229Northside Hospital Foundation Celebration of Lights, 1997 November 23, 1997 April-November
IV.23230PEACH Program, 1994 October
IV.23231Presidential Scholars, 1994 June-July
IV.23232Rich’s/Piedmont Hospital Mammogram, 1997 September 23, 1997 July-November
IV.23233Savannah- Breast Cancer Forum, 1995 May 25, May
IV.23234Stay and See Georgia, 1992 May 7, May
IV.23235Sheriff’s Association, LeGrange, 1991 May 8, 1991 April-May
IV.23236Georgia Immunization Coalition Conference, 1997 February 18, 1996 November-1997 February
IV.23237Scottish Rite [Immunize Little Guys], 1991 November-1994 January
IV.23238St. Joseph’s First Ladies Forum, Savannah, 1996 January 26, 1995 October-1996 October
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IV.2331Immunize the Little Guys, 1992 August 6, 1992 July-August
IV.2332Measles; Every Child by 2; Mrs. Carter, 1991 January-1992 February
IV.2333Troup County Health LaGrange, 1992 September 29, 1992 July-September
IV.2334Mental Health Association of Georgia, 1995 November-1998 March
IV.2335Mental Health Tree, 1997 November-December
IV.2336Shirley [Miller], 1991 January-1994 December
IV.2337Shirley Miller- Biography, undated
IV.2338Shirley Miller Introduction, 1995 October
IV.2339[Shirley Miller Speeches, re: Literacy, Education and Stay and See GA] (folder 1 of 2), 1991 April-1994 September
IV.23310[Shirley Miller Speeches, re: Literacy, Education and Stay and See GA] (folder 2 of 2), 1991 April-1994 September
IV.23311Salem Baptist-Literacy, 1992 December
IV.23312State of American Education, Secretary Riley, 1997 January-February
IV.23313Stay and See Georgia, 1997 March-May
IV.23314Swamp Gravy-Honorary Chair, 1994 January 21, 1994 October-1995 January
IV.23315TBS Taping, 1993 February 9, February
IV.23316Troup County Health Immunization, LeGrange, 1992 September 29, 1992 July-September
IV.23317Tyler, Marla, 1993 May-1994 July
IV.23318Ulster Project, 1994 July 21, 1994 February-June
IV.23319ASTCDPD, Cancer Screening, Wellness for Working Women, 1998 April 24, 1997 January-1998 June
IV.23320Weekend for Wildlife, 1995 December-1996 March
IV.23321Weekend for Wildlife, 1996 March-1997 February
IV.23322Weekend for Wildlife, 1997 August-1998 September
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IV.2341Warm Springs, 1993 December
IV.2342Woodruff Board of Trustees, 1993 July-1998 January
IV.2343Young Harris Supper, 1994 November, 1994 September-1996 February
IV.2344Young Harris College, 1993 August-1995 June
IV.2345Young Harris Resort, 1995 August
IV.2346Young Harris House, Tour of Homes, 1995 December 1-3, 1995 December-1996 January
IV.2347Asia Trip [re: Itinerary] (folder 1 of 3), 1992 August-September
IV.2348Asia Trip [re: Taiwan] (folder 2 of 3), 1992 August-September
IV.2349Asia Trip [re: Singapore] (folder 3 of 3), 1992 August-September
IV.23410Crawford, Dr. Vernon, 1994 September-October
IV.23411East Cobb Quilters Guild, 1993 October 8-10, 1992 December-1994 June
IV.23412Georgia Advocacy, 1994 July
IV.23413Georgia Freight Bureau- Sarah Burnett-Parrish, 1993 May-1994 February
IV.23414GMA’s Mayor’s Motorcade, 1998 December 9, 1998 October-December
IV.23415Ghana School Children, 1992 November
IV.23416Governor-Speeches, 1991 January-1996 January
IV.23417Grady Hospital, 1995 December
IV.23418Herren, Edna, 1994 July-August