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Mack F. Mattingly Papers

Mack F. Mattingly Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Mack F. Mattingly Papers
Creator: Mattingly, Mack Francis, 1931-
Inclusive Dates: 1918-2023
Language(s): English
Extent: 365 box(es) (161.5 linear feet and 348 megabytes), 334 microfilm reels
Collection Number: RBRL148MFM
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The collection consists of the papers of Mack F. Mattingly from 1956 to 2023, including correspondence, clippings, press releases, speeches, printed materials, photographs, audiotapes, and videotapes. The press files include mainly speeches, press releases, and clippings. Records relating to office administration contain telelphone logs, appointment books, schedule books, guest books, accepted and declined invitations files, files of office staff, and general files that consist of weekly and monthly reports from regional representatives in Georgia. The legislative files include subject files pertaining to legislation being considered by Congress, bill files, Mattingly's voting records from 1981 through 1987, and his personal legislative files, which contain legislative topics of particular interest to the Senator. These materials document Mattingly's work on legislation relating to the line-item veto, anti-drug measures, tax policy, trade policy, agriculture policy, and the conservative economic and federal defense budget policy. Of particular interest are records relating to Mattingly's work as chair of the Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations, which included aid to the "Contras" in Nicaragua, his tenure on the Ethics Committee while it investigated the ABSCAM bribery scandal, and legislation that reduced expenditures on consultants and studies by the government. The records of the constituent services staff consist primarily of issue correspondence containing information on constituents' views and questions about current events or public issues. The scrapbooks (1979-1985) were compiled by the Senator's family and staff which record highlights of the Senator's political career and campaigns. Also included are journals and letters written by Carolyn Mattingly.

Collection Description

Historical Note

Mack Francis Mattingly was born in Anderson, Indiana on January 7, 1931. He served as Staff Sergeant for four years in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. Afterwards, in 1957, he earned a bachelor's degree in marketing from Indiana University. Then he relocated to Georgia where he worked in sales for the IBM Corporation and later owned his own business, M's Inc. from 1975 to 1980.

Mattingly first became active in the Georgia Republican Party, when he served as chairman of the 8th District Goldwater for President campaign in 1964. He ran an unsuccessful campaign for the U.S. Congress 8th district in 1966. In 1968, he became a member of the Georgia Republican Party State Executive Committee and served as vice-chair from 1968 until 1975. He served as chairman of the Georgia Republican Party from 1975 until 1977.

Mattingly was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1980, the first Republican from Georgia since 1871. While in the Senate, he served on many committees including: Appropriations Committee (1981-1987); Subcommittee on Military Construction (1983-1987), chair; Legislative Branch Subcommittee (1981-1983); Select Committee on Ethics (1981-1983); Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee (1983-1987); International Finance and Monetary Policy Subcommittee (1983-1987); Rural Housing and Economic Policy Subcommittee (1983-1987), chair; Senate Government Affairs Committee (1981-1983); Oversight of Government Management Subcommittee (1982-1983), chair; and Joint Economic Committee (1983-1987). He was also a member of the Holocaust Commission. During the 99th Congress (1985-1987), he was a member of Senate Leadership, serving as chairman of the Republican Conference's Committee on Committees, which made committee assignments.

As chair of the Military Construction Subcommittee, Mattingly funded military construction worldwide. During 1985, Mattingly introduced legislation concerning the line-item veto. In 1981, as a member of the Select Committee on Ethics, he investigated charges made against former Senator Harrison Williams of New Jersey.

During his career, he authored 40 Senate Bills, Amendments and Resolutions which became law.

Mattingly received the "Watchdog of the Treasury" award, the "Guardian of Small Business" award, and the "Coalition for Peace through Strength" award every year during his Senate tenure.

Mattingly's interests were largely in trade issues, defense policy, and tax policy. He co-authored the tax policy plank of the 1980 Republican Party Platform. Later, in 1982, he was appointed as one of the United States delegates to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, superseded by the World Trade Organization (WTO)

In 1987, President Reagan appointed him Assistant Secretary General for Defense Support for NATO in Brussels, Belgium. In 1988, Mattingly received the Secretary of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service. He was appointed as Ambassador to the Republic of Seychelles by President George H. W. Bush in 1992, and served in this position until 1993.

Since 1993, Mattingly has served on numerous boards and commissions: 2004 G-8 Summit Host Committee, vice-chairman; Georgia Military Affairs Coordinating Committee (BRAC), Governor's honorary co-chairman; Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), chairman and member of the board of directors; Hemisphere Inc. the Governor's non-profit enterprise to bring Free Trade Area of the Americas Secretariat to Georgia; CLI, advisory board member; Vestry of Christ Church Frederica, member; Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, member of the board of directors; and Southeastern Legal Foundation, chairman of the board of trustees.

Mattingly is currently serving on the following boards and commissions: Kennesaw State University (KSU) Foundation Board of Trustees, trustee emeritus; Cumberland Island Association, member of the board of directors; Novecon Financial Ltd., chairman of the board of senior advisors; Institute for Global Economic Growth, chairman of the advisory board; Prosperity Institute, chairman; CompuCredit Corp, member of the board of directors; Brunswick Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce, ex-officio member of the board of directors; Jekyll Island Foundation Advisory Board, member; Steering Committee for Coastal Georgia Historical Society, honorary co-chair and member; Puerto Rico Conservation Trust, U.S. trustee; Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), advisor.

Mattingly has received the following honors and awards: Watchdog of Treasury Award, 1981-1987; National Taxpayers Union Taxpayers Best Friend Award, 1981-1987; National Federation of Independent Business's Guardian of Small Business Award, 1981 and 1987; American Security Council Award, 1981-1987; Southeast Father of Year, 1984; Georgia Wildlife Federation Conservationist of Year, 1985; Selective Service System Distinguished Service Gold Medal, 1985; Secretary of Defense's Distinguished Service Medal for Outstanding Public Service, 1988.

Mattingly co-authored a chapter in Russi and Brassery's Defense Yearbook, 1992 by Royal United Services Institute for Defense Studies of UK.

Mattingly married Carolyn Longcamp in 1957. They have two daughters. Carolyn Mattingly died in 1997. Mattingly married Leslie Davisson in 1998. Currently they reside on Saint Simons Island Georgia.

Scope and Content

The Mack F. Mattingly Papers largely consist of papers from Mattingly's career as United States Senator, from 1981 to 1987. There are also materials related to Mattingly's early political activities, his post-Senate career, and his presidential appointments. The types of materials in this collection include correspondence, clippings, press releases, speeches, printed materials, photographs, audio reels, microfilm and memorabilia. The senatorial activities documented are press relations/media action; office administration; legislative; and constituent services. During his six years as U.S. Senator, Mattingly was most proud of his work on the line-item veto bill. There is very little information on Mattingly's 1980 campaign for Senate. However, there are some campaign radio spots included in his audio materials, as well as some press releases and clippings located in his scrapbooks. Also included are journals and letters written by Carolyn Mattingly.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is divided into fourteen series: I. Press, II. Administration, II. Legislative, IV. Constituent Services, V. Scrapbooks, VI. Political Activities, VII. Presidential Appointments, VIII. Post-career, IX. Photographs, X. Audiovisual Materials, XI. Artifacts, XII. Carolyn Mattingly, XIII. Personal and Family, and XIV. Additions.

Administrative Information


This collection contains personal identifiable information that has been restricted until 2098 to safeguard information that identifies private individuals.

Preferred Citation

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

Processing Notes

Photographs, audio reels, microfilm, and memorabilia have been separated and cataloged for preservation. Clippings have been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Mattingly continues to add to his collection from his current activities as head of the Georgia Ports Authority.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

Before material from collections at the Richard B. Russell Library may be quoted in print, or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from (1) the owner of the physical property, and (2) the holder of the copyright. It is the particular responsibility of the researcher to obtain both sets of permissions. Persons wishing to quote from materials in the Russell Library collection should consult the Director. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding Aid prepared by Pam Hackbart-Dean & Jessica Wylie, 2000.

Additional materials added., 2023-12-08.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Abscam Bribery Scandal, 1980
Congressional records.
Drug control -- United States
Elections -- United States.
Georgia Ports Authority.
Item veto -- United States.
Legislators -- United States.
Mattingly, Carolyn L. (Carolyn Longcamp), 1935-1997
Mattingly, Mack Francis, 1931-
Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States.
United States -- Armed Forces -- Appropriations and expenditures.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Europe.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Seychelles.
United States -- Military relations -- Nicaragua.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1977-1981.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1981-1989.
World politics.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


Series I. Press

40 box(es) (19.75 linear feet)

A. Press releases and clippings

Press releases were sent to local newspapers throughout the state regarding Mattingly's legislative work or other issues of interest to his constituency. The clippings are about Senator Mattingly, including events in which he participated, legislative matters, campaigns and political opponents. Arrangement is chronological.
I.11January 1981-August 1981
I.12September 1981-March 1982
I.13March-December 1982
I.14January-March 1983
I.15Photo Prints, 1982
I.16March-June 1983
I.17July-November 1983
I.18November 1983-May 1984
I.21June-December 1984
I.22January-September 1984
I.23-4October 1984
I.25November 1984
I.26December 1984
I.27January 1985
I.28February 1985
I.31March 1-20, 1985
I.32March 21-April 30, 1985
I.33May 1-16, 1985
I.34May 17-30, 1985
I.35June 1-14, 1985
I.41June 17-30, 1985
I.42July 1-15, 1985
I.43July 16-25, 1985
I.44July 26-August 15, 1985
I.45August 16-31, 1985
I.51September 1-30, 1985
I.52October 2-31, 1985
I.53November 1-19, 1985
I.54November 20-30, 1985
I.55December 2-5, 1985
I.56December 6-31, 1985
I.61January-May 1985
I.62June-December 1985
I.63January 1-21, 1986
I.64January 22-31, 1986
I.65February 1-15, 1986
I.66February 16-March 31, 1986
I.71April 1986
I.72-4May 1986
I.75-6June 1986
I.77July 1986
I.78August 1986

B. Media Activities

This subseries contains the background materials used for press releases and radio spots. It also includes drafts of newsletters, public service announcements and a Biographical Note.
I.82Financial Services Clarification
I.83Flipper Resolution [Henry Flipper]
I.84Contract and Grant Announcements
I.85Radio Actualities
I.86Review of the news
I.87Congressional Records Excerpts
I.88Empty Stocking Fund
I.89Congressional Families for Drug Free Youth
I.810Floor Statements
I.811Today in the Senate, (June-August 1986)
I.812Newsletter [Budget Freeze], Winter 1985
I.813Newsletter [Drugs], Summer 1984
I.814Assistant Press Secretary
I.91News Releases Radio Spots, 1981-1983
I.92Pubic Service Announcement
I.93Biographical Note
I.94Media Notes (last update), October 8, 1985
I.95Phone logs, January 31-May 23, 1983
I.96General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade Conference (GATT) - Geneva, November 19-27, 1982
I.97Senate Procedures and Practice Manual, 1983
I.98Correspondence, 1984
I.99Speeches, etc.

C. Subject files

The Subject files contain background materials including correspondence, printed materials, news releases, floor statements, speeches and reports used in the Press Office. Topics include the Savannah River Plant, agriculture, banking, budget, defense and ports bills. Arrangement is alphabetical.
I.101A - General
I.103American Political Report
I.104Academy Appointees
I.105Acid Rain
I.106Advice - Press Secretary
I.107Agricultural Disaster
I.108Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service
I.109-10Agricultural Issues
I.1011Air Florida
I.1012Amendment to cut budget
I.111Appropriations Committee
I.112Assassination Attempt [President Reagan]
I.113AWAC Aircraft
I.115B - General
I.116Balanced Budget Amendment
I.117Banking Committee
I.118Banking - 97th Congress
I.119Banking - 99th Congress
I.121-3Banking Committee
I.124-5Banking Committee - 98th Congress
I.126Banking - Interstate
I.127Bills, Resolutions, letters
I.128Biographical Note - Mack Mattingly
I.129Block Grants
I.131Boren Amendment
I.133Intern Brochure Materials
I.134Budget, 1983
I.135Budget, 1984-1985
I.136Budget, 1985-1986
I.137Budget Freeze
I.138Bumpers-Mattingly Amendment
I.139C - General
I.1310Campaign, 1982
I.1311Central America
I.1312Cases - Now
I.1313Chairman Race - Georgia
I.1314Chattahoochee Park
I.1315Chemical Operations
I.1316Chemical Warfare
I.1317Christening of the USS Georgia
I.141-2Civil Rights
I.143COLA bills
I.144Column Material
I.147-9Committee on Committees
I.151Committee on Committees
I.152Congress 97th Accomplishments
I.153Congressional Record 97th
I.154Congressional Record 98th
I.155Congressional Tax Break
I.157Consumer Price Index
I.158Cooper, Fred
I.159Coverdell, Paul D. - Correspondence, etc.
I.1510Crab Contest
I.1511Copyright Royalty Tribunal - Turner, Ted
I.1512CSS Georgia [Confederate Ironclad]
I.1513Cuban Refugees
I.1514Cumberland Island
I.161D - General
I.162Davison, Fred
I.163Dear Colleague letters
I.164Defense in Georgia
I.165Defense Issues
I.167Congressional Delegation
I.1612Drug Smugglers
I.172Editorials - Good
I.173-4Letters (MM letters written by RM)
I.176Election, 1984
I.177Empty Stocking Fund (Atlanta Jaycees)
I.178Enterprise Zone
I.1710ERA (Equal Rights Amendments)
I.1712Ethics Committee
I.181F - General
I.182New Federalism
I.183Financial Disclosure/Income Tax
I.184Flat Rate
I.186Foreign Trips
I.189-10Freedom of Information Act
I.1811Fringe Benefits Taxation
I.1812G - General
I.1813Gas Tax
I.1814GATT Articles
I.1815GATT Official and Press Reports
I.1816Georgia Congressional Delegation
I.1817Georgia Grand Old Party (GOP)
I.191Georgia Races
I.192Georgia Report
I.193Georgia Star
I.194Grace Commission
I.195Grant Announcements
I.196Grants - Press
I.197Gun Control
I.198Tony Griffin Case
I.199H - General
I.1910Harris, Joe Frank (Governor)
I.1911Harris Week
I.1912Hearing Notice
I.1913Homestead Protection
I.1915IFM (International Finance & Monetary)
I.1917IRS - automobile records
I.1919Intern sightseeing itinerary forms
I.1920Interview requests
I.1921Israel, George
I.1923Issues and Answers transcript
I.1924J - General
I.1925Jobs bill
I.1926Joint Economic Committee
I.1928K - General
I.201Kennesaw Park
I.202Kennickle, Ralph
I.203Kings Bay (Trident submarine)
I.204Korean Airline Victims Fund
I.205L - General
I.207Legislative Initiatives
I.208-11Line Item Veto
I.211-2Lockheed C-5
I.214Mattingly Accomplishments
I.215Mrs. Mattingly
I.216Mattingly Campaign, 1980
I.217MM election clippings from Indiana newspapers, 1980
I.218Mailing labels [Fringe Benefit release]
I.219MM personal financial data
I.2110Mail reports
I.2111Military Construction
I.2112Miscellaneous material
I.2113Moore, Powell
I.2114Morehouse College
I.222Newspaper mistakes
I.223Nuclear waste
I.224Nunn bills and issues
I.225Nut mail
I.2210Ports [Senate Environment and Public Works]
I.2211Ports bills and issues
I.2212Port expansion
I.223Positions and invitations
I.2215-16Pre-legislative forum
I.2217Presiding Time Record
I.2218Presidential letters
I.2219Press clippings - miscellaneous
I.2220Paper column responses - no
I.2221Paper column responses - yes
I.2222Press lists
I.231Press mistakes
I.232Press negative articles
I.233Press releases - drafts
I.234Press releases
I.237Questionnaire file
I.238R - General
I.239Radio Actuality file
I.2310Reagan Economic Speech
I.2311Reapportionment - Georgia
I.2313Recording Studio
I.2314Regional representatives
I.2315Regulatory reform
I.2316Republican communications
I.2318Rivlin, Dr. Alice [Director of the Congressional Budget office]
I.2320Rural Electrification Administration
I.2321Rural Housing
I.241S - General
I.242Savannah Harbor
I.243-10Savannah River Plant
I.251-7Savannah River Plant
I.261-5Savannah River Plant Environmental Consequences Reports
I.266Savannah River Plant
I.271Savings Incentives
I.272Scott, Charles
I.273Senatorial Committee Correspondence
I.274Senate Child Care Center
I.275Senate Export Caucus
I.276Senate Rules and Regulations
I.279-10Social Security
I.2711South Africa
I.2712Speeches - Miscellaneous
I.2714Speeches outside state
I.2715Speeches - draft copies
I.2716Floor statements
I.281-2Speech file
I.283Speeches for staff members
I.284Source material
I.286Speech material
I.287Statements issue
I.288Ft. Stewart grant
I.289T - General
I.2810Talmadge bridge
I.2811Tax reform
I.2812Taxes - general
I.2815Televising the Senate
I.294Tuition Tax credits
I.295United Nations
I.296University of Georgia
I.297U. S. Attorney appointment
I.298USS Georgia
I.299USS Nimitz
I.2910V - General
I.2911Veto information
I.2912Vidalia Onions
I.2913Voting issues
I.2914Voting Rights
I.2915Voting record
I.2916W - General
I.2917Wasted file
I.2918White House correspondence
I.2919Working partners
I.2920Y - General
I.301Press meeting memos
I.302Press - no press
I.303Election debate material, 1986
I.304Debate/ MM copies of briefing papers, 1986
I.306Mattingly correspondence
I.307Surveys - GOP and Senator
I.311Election, 1986
I.313-5Debate and election, 1986
I.321Debate, 1986
I.322Fowler - absent
I.323Election material, 1986
I.324Dooley, Vincent
I.325Hamilton Jordan
I.326Miller, Zell (Lt. Governor)
I.327Ed Jenkins
I.328Robert Durden
I.331Bert Lance
I.332Dave Garnett

D. Speeches

These are the speeches that Mattingly delivered to various civic organizations, local governments, church groups, school groups and Republican State Conventions. There are also some speeches in the Administrative Series, Accepted Events and the Legislative Series. Arrangement is chronological.
I.341Ebenezer Baptist Church, January 12, 1981
I.342Leadership Georgia, May 16, 1981
I.343Georgia Republican Convention, May 30, 1981
I.344Pace Academy, June 1, 1981
I.345Georgia Forestry Association, June 7, 1981
I.346GMA Speech, June 22, 1981
I.347Georgia Speech, June 27, 1981
I.348Chattanooga Speech, August 1, 1981
I.349August Recess Speech, August 1, 1981
I.3410Speech Roswell [?], September 19, 1981
I.3411Emory School of Nursing, October 9, 1981
I.3412Dalton/Lawrenceville, October 1981
I.3413Urban Enterprise Zone Hearings
I.3414Republican Women, Tampa, February 5, 1982
I.3415Better Business Speech, February 8, 1982
I.3416Lincoln Day Remarks, February 12, 1982
I.3417Savannah Sons of the Republic, February 19, 1982
I.3418Elberton Chamber of Commerce, March 20, 1982
I.3419Easter Recess Speech for non-GOP, April 2, 1982
I.3420Conyers Speech, May 1, 1982
I.3421Delaware Republican Convention Keynote Address by MM, May 15, 1982
I.3422Veteran's Day, November 11, 1982
I.3423Agenda for the Eighties, May 1, 1982
I.3424Georgia Kiwanis, Jekyll Island, August 14, 1982
I.3425Dobbins Air Force Base: Defense, October 2, 1982
I.3426Savannah Rotary Club, October 18, 1982
I.3427Atlanta Rotary International Trade, October 25, 1982
I.3428Credit Union Speech, November 1982
I.3429Impact of Elections on Policy and Strategy, November 1982
I.3430Economic Policy, Augusta, Macon, Claxton, November 11-12, 1982
I.3431Defense Spending, November 19, 1982
I.3432GATT Ministerial, Geneva, November 22, 1982
I.351Cattlemen's Association, January 7, 1983
I.352Ft. Gordon Remarks, February 10, 1983
I.353Kings Bay Remarks, February 10, 1983
I.354Associated General Contractors, March 10, 1983
I.355Talking Points, March 1, 1983
I.356Ft. Benning, March 24, 1983
I.357Albany Marine Corps Logistics Base, March 24, 1983
I.358Moody Air Force Base, March 25, 1983
I.359Georgia Poultry Association, April 4, 1983
I.3510Morehouse School of Medicine, April 10, 1983
I.3511City Commission, April 10, 1983
I.3512Talking Points, April 29, 1983
I.3513Georgia Chamber of Commerce, May 2, 1983
I.3514Cobb County Chamber of Commerce Groundbreaking, May 28, 1983
I.3515Car and Truck Renting and Leasing, May 20, 1983
I.3516State Republican Convention Keynote, May 21, 1983
I.3517Young Republicans Convention, June 18, 1983
I.3518SE Peanut Association, June 20, 1983
I.3519Georgia VFW, June 25, 1983
I.3520Amendment to HR3223 [Agriculture Trade], June 29, 1983
I.3521Remarks for John Warner, July 23, 1983
I.3522Textile Information, August 1983
I.3523Georgia Banking Association CEO Conference, August 11-14, 1983
I.3524Civic Club Talking Points, August 9, 1983
I.3525Entitlements, August 2, 1983
I.3526A Trade Manifesto, August 11, 1983
I.3527UPI Speech, August 13, 1983
I.3528Georgia Association Housing and Redevelopment Keynote, September 19, 1983
I.3529U.S. Chamber of Commerce, October 5, 1983
I.3530Commercial Banking of Cobb County and First Georgia Bank, October 6, 1983
I.3531Banking Speech, August 1983
I.3532Speeches, undated
I.3533Notes for speeches, undated
I.3534Georgia State MBA Program, October 23, 1983
I.3535Ranger Appreciation Day, November 19, 1983
I.361National Association of Credit Management, January 16, 1984
I.362National Conservation Foundation, January 17, 1984
I.363Southern Republican Leadership Conference, January 27, 1984
I.364USS Georgia Commissioning, February 11, 1984
I.365American Bankers Association, Atlanta, February 17, 1984
I.366MM Statement to Reagan/Bush Rally, February 24, 1984
I.367Pride Statement, Atlanta [Anti-Drugs], March 24, 1984
I.368Inner Circle (on trade), March 26, 1984
I.369SW Presbyters, Norman Park, April 1, 1984
I.3610Easter Recess Talking Points, April 1984
I.3611Georgia PTA, April 18, 1984
I.3612St. Simons Chamber of Commerce, May 12, 1984
I.3613Armed Forces Day, Robbins Air Force Base, May 18, 1984
I.3614State GOP Convention Remarks, May 19, 1984
I.3615Export Finance Seminar, Atlanta, May 29, 1984
I.3616Atlanta Jaycees, May 29, 1984
I.3617Ronald Reagan/Bush Remarks, Florida, May 31, 1984
I.3618Recess Speeches, Mid-Georgia, August 1984
I.3619U.S. Business and Industry, the Greenbrier, June 1, 1984
I.3620UGA 200th, Skidaway, June 16, 1984
I.3621Cobb County Chamber of Commerce, June 18, 1984
I.3622Georgia Association ASCS County Employees, June 23, 1984
I.3623Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Washington, DC, June 28, 1984
I.3624Recess Remarks: Civic Clubs, July 16, 1984
I.3625Southern Leadership Conference Remarks for Reagan/Bush, July 25, 1984
I.3626Testimony: Select Committee to Study Senate Committee Systems, August 2, 1984
I.3627South Georgia Swing, October 18-20, 1984
I.3628Southern International Business Conference, Atlanta, October 25, 1984
I.371Speech - National Peanut Council
I.372Swearing-in Ceremony Martin Luther King Federal Holiday Commission, January 14, 1985
I.373Inauguration Pres. Reagan/VP Bush, January 21, 1985
I.374Small Business Development Center, Macon Chamber of Commerce, February 12, 1985
I.375Groundbreaking Kings Bay, February 13, 1985
I.376Agriculture Appreciation Banquet, Cairo/Grady County, February 14, 1985
I.377Fleet Financial Services, Florida, March 4, 1985
I.378Law Day, University of Georgia, April 20, 1985
I.379Law Day speech material
I.3710Tenneco Oil, Houston, March 11, 1985
I.3711Dublin Civic Clubs, March 15, 1985
I.3712Hibernian Society, Savannah, March 16, 1985
I.3713Cherry Blossom Festival, Macon, March 17, 1985
I.3714Brandon Hall School, Atlanta, March 23, 1985
I.3715Certified Commercial Investment, Georgia Chapter, March 30, 1985
I.3716Morehouse College, April 11, 1985
I.3717Mercer University Executive Forum, April 11, 1985
I.3718First Atlanta PAC, April 8, 1985
I.3719Ft. Benning, April 3, 1985
I.3720Aero Club, Atlanta, April 10, 1985
I.3721Georgia College Republicans, April 13, 1985
I.3722International Pride Conference, April 27, 1985
I.3723Reserve Officers Association, April 27, 1985
I.381Vietnam Memorial Dedication, Snellville, May 4, 1985
I.382National Forest Products, Washington DC, May 14, 1985
I.383GOP Convention (Keynote), May 18, 1985
I.384Atlanta University Commencement, May 20, 1985
I.385RNC, Atlanta [Republican National Committee], June 28, 1985
I.386Georgia DOT, Atlanta, May 30, 1985
I.387Intro RR, Atlanta, June 5, 1985
I.388Atlanta University Education Program, July 5, 1985
I.389Muscular Dystrophy, MM Roastee, July 5, 1985
I.3810USS Elrod Commissioning, Brunswick, July 6, 1985
I.3811American Legion State Convention, Albany, July 20, 1985
I.3812August Recess Georgia Tour, August 12-20, 1985
I.3813Central Savannah River Planning and Development, Augusta, August 15, 1985
I.3814Georgia Peanut Producers, Dawson, August 17, 1985
I.3815Technology and Innovation Task Force Hearings, Athens, August 15, 1985
I.3816NEGA Area Planning and Development Committee, Monroe, August 15, 1985
I.3817Coastal APDC, Ft. Stewart, August 23, 1985
I.3818Georgia Mountains, APDC, Hiawassee, August 27, 1985
I.3819National Black Baptists Convention, Atlanta, September 4, 1985
I.3820Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Brunswick, September 5, 1985
I.3821Richard B. Russell Dam Dedication, September 7, 1985
I.3822National Tire Dealers PAC, Atlanta, September 21, 1985
I.3823Ft. McPherson NCO Club, October 12, 1985
I.3824Dogwood Farms, Greenville, Georgia, October 12, 1985
I.3825Columbus Day Recess, October 12-15, 1985
I.3826Holocaust Memorial Council Groundbreaking, October 16, 1985
I.3827US League of Savings, November 4, 1985
I.3828Veteran's Day, Valdosta, November 11, 1985
I.3829Farm Bureau Convention, Jekyll Island, December 2, 1985
I.3830Martin Luther King Office Opening, Atlanta, December 20, 1985
I.391Vidalia Chamber of Commerce, D.C. Update, December 2, 1985
I.392Civic Clubs, January 1986
I.393UGA Student Leaders, February 22, 1986
I.394Hart County, Chamber of Commerce, February 22, 1986
I.395Salute to Gwinnett County, March 8, 1986
I.396Hibernian Society, Savannah, March 17, 1986
I.397Augusta Rotary Club, April 7, 1986
I.398Milledgeville Courthouse 100th Anniversary, April 12, 1986
I.399Teledyne CAE Plant, Gainesville, April 14, 1986
I.3910USAF Thunderbirds, Valdosta, April 19, 1986
I.3911Associated Builders and Contractors (National), April 21, 1986
I.3912History Day, Cochran, April 26, 1986
I.3913Reserve Officers Association, Warner Robins, April 26, 1986
I.3914Louisville Bicentennial, April 26, 1986
I.3915City of Edison, 100th Birthday, April 26, 1986
I.3916Opportunities Industrialization Center, Augusta, May 3, 1986
I.3917Associated Press Convention, St. Simons, May 17, 1986
I.3918Paulding County Chamber of Commerce, May 16, 1986
I.3919Memorial Day, Marietta, May 26, 1986
I.3920National POW/MIA Day, Atlanta, August 20, 1986
I.3921Black Colleges Group, Washington DC, September 17, 1986
I.3922Campaign Headquarters Openings--Columbus, Macon, September 19, 1986

E. Historical Materials

These are materials on various events and trips in which Mattingly participated during 1984.
I.401Miscellaneous mementos, 1984
I.402Trip to Taiwan, December 1984
I.403President/Vice President Luncheon, Dallas, August 23, 1984
I.40499th Congress Leadership election, November 1984
I.405Drug Awareness comic
I.406Trip to Honduras, February 24-26, 1984
I.407-8Canada-US Interparliamentary Group, Puerto Rico, March 8-12, 1984
I.409Cobb County Prints, 1983
I.4010Army Information

Series II. Office Administration

95 box(es) (32 linear feet)
This series contains a description of the operation of the senator's office from the setting up and hiring of staff in January 1981 to the closing in January 1987. "Office procedures" includes telephone logs, appointment books, schedule books, and guest books. Scheduling the senator's appearances, including events at which he spoke, is a sub-series (actual speeches are in Series I, Press). Invitations accepted and declined and a separate category of Georgia events are in "Scheduling." Senator Mattingly's desk files comprise one sub-series and those of his secretary, Frances Cody, another. Several staff members kept files under their own names and, when feasible, the name has been retained as title, the sub-series. Taylor Josey conducted the work on Special Projects which entailed securing speakers for special occasions and for specific organizations, mostly in Georgia. These were filed chronologically. Robert Atchison, administrative assistant, kept extensive files and those of William Stewart (BS) are incorporated in the same sub-series (RA). "General files" includes weekly and monthly reports from Senator Mattingly's regional representatives in Georgia, some correspondence and memos, and a "catch-all" of subject files.

A. Office Procedures

II.11Correspondence Models
II.12Staff Information
II.13Information for senators
II.14Senator Mattingly's mail
II.15Mail File master list, December 29, 1980
II.16Mailing Lists, names in Georgia
II.17Abstract Reports on Case items (staff use)
II.21Telephone Calls, February 1981
II.22Telephone Calls, January 1983
II.23Telephone Calls (scattered dates), 1983
II.24Telephone Log, 1985
II.25Appointment books, 1981, 1985
II.26Telephone Calls, 1986
II.27Schedule Books: GA and D.C., 1986
II.3Three Guest books, 1981
II.3One Guest Book, 1982-1983
II.41Guest Book, October 1983-March 1985
II.42Guest Book, March-April 1985
II.43Guest Book, 1986
II.44Guest Book: Inauguration, January 20, 1985
II.51-3Desk Files, March-April 1982
II.54Desk Files, Reserve Directory, April 6, 1982
II.55-13Desk Files, April-June 1982
II.514Desk Files, MM Hospitalization, June-July 1982
II.515Desk Files, MM Tapes

B. Mack Mattingly Desk Files

II.61-4July 12-August 6, 1982
II.65-6August 30-September 10, 1982
II.67September 23, 1982
II.68December 1982
II.69Manifest: Swearing-in, January 4, 1981
II.610January 1983
II.611February 1983
II.612INNER CIRCLE-LUGAR, September 29, 1983
II.613#1 Post-Election letters, November-December 1986
II.614#2 Post-Election letters, November-December 1986
II.71Personal Correspondence, 1981
II.72-3Diary, 1981
II.74Foreign Trips, 1981-1984
II.75Personal Correspondence, 1981-1984
II.76Correspondence, 1981-1984
II.77-10Personal Correspondence A-Z, 1982
II.81-4Personal Correspondence A-Z, 1983
II.85Thank You Letters: Foreign Trips, 1983
II.86Thank You Letters, 1984
II.87Personal, 1984
II.88Senate Opens, March 3, 1985
II.89Political, 1985
II.810January 1985
II.811Thank You letters, 1985
II.812Personal Correspondence, 1985
II.813Thank you letters, 1986

C. Frances Cody (Mattingly's secretary)

II.91Banking committee Letters
II.92Birthday gifts, 1986
II.93Bond, Julian
II.94General Bushee
II.95Calvert Coin
II.96Christmas Thank you's, 1985
II.97Gifts--thank you's, 1984 Christmas
II.98Central America
II.99Coca Cola
II.910Committee Correspondence, 1985
II.911Confidential Directory
II.912Former members of Congress
II.913W.T. Fitzgerald
II.915Football File, 1982
II.917Friedersdorf, Max
II.918Fostoria Glass Co.
II.919GATT Trip (receipts)
II.920GA Peace Delegation
II.921Goose Hunting
II.922Hallmark Cards Inc
II.923Hampton Point
II.925IMF List
II.926-27Inauguration, 1985
II.928Info re: staff
II.930Leadership, December 1984
II.932Senator Mattingly
II.933Memos for Senator
II.101National Prayer Breakfast, 1981-1984
II.102Names: State Calls, February 1983
II.103Names: Responses to State Calls
II.104Nunn, Senator Sam
II.105"Nut" File
II.106Office Information
II.107Paintings on Loan
II.108Presiding Officer tally
II.109Portals, Inc.
II.1010Republican Leadership
II.1011Republican National Committee, 1981-1984
II.1012Republican Party -- Georgia, 1985
II.1013Republican Policy Committee
II.1014Republican Party Georgia, 1981-1984
II.1015Senate Wives Pin
II.1016Southern Governors Association
II.1017Southern Republican Senators
II.1018Stationery Samples
II.1019Sweet Sixteen Event, January 21, 1986
II.1020Textile Group
II.1021Trade Speech
II.1022The Vice President, 1981
II.1023University of Georgia
II.1024The Wednesday Group
II.1025Weinbeger, Caspar
II.1026White House Correspondence, 1985-1986
II.1027White House Letters form the President, 1981-1984
II.1028White House Correspondence, 1981-1984
II.111-4Senate Information
II.115-25Correspondence to and from Senators A-Z

D. Special Projects (Taylor Josey's files)

II.121George Bush, Morehouse, July 1982
II.122Jeffrey Bragg Atlanta, November 1, 1982
II.123Elizabeth Dole, Brenan, May 30, 1982
II.124Betty Ford, Welfare of Georgia, September 24, 1982
II.125Nancy Kassebaum, Macon, open, 1982
II.126William Lesher, June 21, 1982
II.127Drew Lewis, April 18, 1982
II.128Merchant Marine Band, May 22, 1983
II.129Appointments wanted with President Reagan, 1982
II.1210GA JAYCEES inviting President Reagan, 1982
II.1211Morehouse inviting President Reagan, June 1982
II.1212George Bush, April 28, 1982
II.1213George T. Smith requests to see President Reagan, 1982
II.1214Russ Fiore--Sculpture to President Reagan--open date
II.1215Dave MacDonald, December 9, 1981
II.1216Drew Lewis, December 1, 1981
II.1217Gerald Ford, Macon, November 1981
II.1218George Bush, Atlanta, November 1981
II.1219George Bush, AFMA, Washington DC, October 1981
II.1220Richard Schweiker, Mercer University, October 7, 1981
II.1221Golden Knights, North GA FAIR, September 1982
II.1222John Block, UGA Agricultural Day, 1981
II.1223Ed Meese, Kiwanis Atlanta, August 22, 1981
II.1224Don Regan, Bankers Association, Atlanta, September 30, 1981
II.1225Special Projects, Miscellaneous, 1981-1983
II.1226Staff Memorandums, 1985, 1986
II.1227Staff Memorandums, 1984
II.1228Staff Memorandums, 1983
II.131Judge William Webster, Savannah, November 1982
II.132Leadership Atlanta, DC, May 21, 1982
II.133Bill Zarkowsky, May 19, 1982
II.134-5David Stockman, April 1982
II.136David Stockman, January 20, 1982
II.137Atlanta Symphony, DC reception, March 27, 1982
II.138Georgia GOP, January 14, 1983
II.139John Block, Albany, March 24, 1983
II.1310George Bush, Atlanta, October 1982
II.1311John Block, Berry College, April 1982
II.1312Howard Baker, Atlanta, November 1982
II.1313George Bush, Adrian, GA, Fall 1982
II.1314John Block, July 8, 1982
II.1315Howard Baker, March 3, 1982
II.1316George Bush, Kennesaw, April 2, 1982
II.1317George Bush, Valdosta, January 1982
II.1318George Bush, GA Bar and GOP, January 1982
II.1319George Bush, Savannah State, May 19, 1982
II.1320Ronald Reagan, Rotary of Gwinnett, November 9, 1982
II.1321President R. Reagan, FFA, November 1982
II.1322President R. Reagan, Restaurant Association, May 23, 1982
II.1323George Wang, 1982
II.1324Commandant James Gracey, EAGLE, Savannah, Spring 1983
II.1325Howard Baker, DeKalb GOP, February 12, 1983
II.1326George Bush, Frozen Food Convention, October 16, 1983
II.1327President R. Reagan NAMES, May 1983
II.1328Jack Kemp DeKalb Lincoln Day, February 12, 1983
II.1329James C. Miller, Atlanta Credit Union, January 1983
II.1330John Block, Savannah, January 24, 1982
II.141James U. de Francis, Atlanta, December 15, 1982
II.142President Reagan, Atlanta, October 14, 1982
II.143Prince Charles and Princess Di, Moultrie, October 1982
II.144Sandra Day O'Connor, Leadership GA, September 16, 1982
II.145Secretary Army Marsh, Atlanta, May 14, 1982
II.146Paul O'Day, Knoxville, TN, September 30, 1982
II.147Alan Holmer, Savannah, October 21, 1982
II.148Harvey Drake requests appointment with RR, June 1982
II.149Mrs. Reagan, Dalton, April 19, 1982
II.1410Kate Gainer, meet Mrs. Reagan, April 1982
II.1411President Reagan, Carbide Thomasville, May 1982
II.1412Mrs. Reagan, meet Mrs. L Webb, February 28, 1982
II.1413Adam Walters, Epilepsy Poster Child, December 7, 1982
II.1414Mrs. Reagan, Calhoun, February 1982
II.1415President Reagan, Carbide Thomasville open date
II.1416Richard Schweiker, Atlanta, December 9, 1982
II.1417Baker, Thurmond, GA BAR, January 1983
II.1418Bush, Baker, Meese, Dole, Smith, UGA Law Day, April 30, 1983
II.1419Murray Weidenbaum--Cobb Chamber of Commerce, May 21, 1982
II.1420President Reagan Forsyth Chamber of Commerce, January 23, 1983
II.1421President Reagan Atlanta, July 22, 1983
II.1422President Reagan, American Dental Association, October 21, 1983
II.1423President Reagan, Georgia Dental Association, August 19, 1983
II.1424Benge and Kroesser, Lithograph to President Reagan, March 1983
II.1425President Reagan--Speak to interns, June 1983
II.1426Mrs. Reagan-Wheat St Baptist, Atlanta, October 30, 1983
II.1427Mr. and Mrs. F. Peterson, appt. Mrs Reagan, November 7, 1983
II.1428President Reagan-National Business Clubs, December 17, 1982
II.1429President Reagan-INROADS, August 1983
II.1430President Reagan-Women Business Owners, March 1983
II.1431Strom Thurmond-Dekalb Lincoln Day, February 11, 1983
II.1432George Bush-Savannah, February 11, 1982
II.1433Vern Orr-Fayetteville, November 11, 1982
II.151Dekalb Secretary Bennett, September 24, 1984
II.152National Black Rep. Council, Request Secretary Dole, June 23, 1984
II.153US Jaycees Conv. Request President Reagan, June 18, 1984
II.154National Poultry Improvement, Request Secretary Block, June 27, 1984
II.155Bibb Medical Society, Sec. Margaret Heckler, April 11, 1984
II.156GA County Employees, Request Secretary Block, June 23, 1984
II.157Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Feldstein, Domenici, June 28, 1984
II.158Financial Services Corp. Atlanta, Request Jim Brady, September 7, 1984
II.159GA Professional Engineers, Atlanta, Speaker, July 10, 1984
II.1510Middle Georgia Military Ball, September 29, 1984
II.1511Columbus Board of Realtors, Request President Reagan, August 31, 1984
II.1512Columbus Board of Realtors, Request President Reagan, [August 31 or September 28?]
II.1513Reserve Officers, Request Secretary Lehman, April 27, 1985
II.1514SE Occupational Health Conference, Dr. Koop, September 6, 1984
II.1515Sunbelt Agricultural Expo, Secretary Block, October 1984
II.1516GA TECH LECTURE SERIES, Request Sandra O'Connor, September-November 1984
II.1517Tobacco Auctioneering Champions, Request President Reagan, October 13, 1984
II.1518AAUW Conference, President Reagan, Fall 1984
II.1519Jonesboro Senior High PTA, Request Mrs. Reagan, October 1984
II.1520Delta Sigma Pi, UGA, President Reagan
II.1521Georgia Southern College, Request Secretary Block
II.1522Soka Gakki International
II.1523Georgia Citizens on Energy, November 29, 1984
II.1524Club 50, Atlanta, Vice President Bush, Fall 1984
II.1525Tift High School Band
II.1526Central High School Band, Carrollton, Inaugural Parade
II.1527Southeast Whitfield County High School
II.1528Atlanta University Request Vice President Bush, January 31, 1985
II.1529Cobb GOP, Secretary Dole, February 8, 1985
II.1530Atlanta Crime Commission, Request Webster, January 1985
II.1531Emory University Music Department, Request Play at White House
II.1532McIntosh Chamber of Commerce Request Clydesdale Horses, April 20, 1985
II.1533Community College Trustees, Request President Reagan, February 24, 1984
II.1534Wheat Street Baptist Church, Request Vice President Bush, February 24, 1985
II.1535Hugh Wright requests official invitation
II.1536Columbus Urban League, requests Secretary Pierce, April 11, 1985
II.1537Thomasville Chamber of Commerce, requesting US Army Band, April 26, 1985
II.1538GA Conference on Aging, Heinz, May 16, 1985
II.1539Cobb GOP, Gramm Spring, 1985
II.1540Houston County Medical Center Opening, Vice President Bush, Spring 1985
II.1541Rep John Linder requests Senator Dole spring
II.1542Carrollton High School Band
II.1543Barry Holden requests London passes, April 1985
II.1544St. Simons Chamber of Commerce President Reagan, Spring 1985
II.1545Atlanta Women's Network, Elizabeth Dole, June 28, 1985
II.1546Atlanta JAYCEES, Secretary Elizabeth Dole, June 1985
II.1547Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, Spring 1985
II.1548Federal Procurement Conference, Secretary Lehman, June 20, 1985
II.1549GA GOP Bill Brock, May 18, 1985
II.1550GA Bankers Association, DC Kemp, Garn, April 24, 1985
II.161Augusta anniversary, request RR Tape, 1986
II.162Caribbean Basin Trade expo, Atlanta RR, June 18-20, 1985
II.163West Point Jewish Chapel, Request RR attend
II.164Southern Industrial Reel Conference, request Elizabeth Dole, July 16, 1985
II.165Darien Chamber of Commerce, request Clydesdale Horses, April 12, 1986
II.166Joe Sports requests Ambassador Mansfield, August 6, 1985
II.167Mayor Israel Macon requests Vice President Bush, September 28, 1985
II.168Hosanna Choir Albany touring West Germany, June 1985
II.169Southern Industrial Development Council, Savannah, request Vice President Bush, October 21, 1985
II.1610Cobb YWCA Secretary Dole, Fall 1985
II.1611Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, October 22, 1985
II.1612Tanner Medical Center Carrollton, request Nancy Reagan, Fall 1985
II.1613GA Tech requests Secretary Bennett, April 17, 1986
II.1614GOP FLY-IN, September 26, 1985
II.1615Linder Fundraiser, October 1985
II.1616Hospital Association, GA, Durenberger, November 21, 1985
II.1617Elbert Chamber of Commerce requests Mrs. Ronald Reagan, 1985
II.1618Gwinnett Mental Health, Nancy Reagan, November 21, 1985
II.1619International Expo, Atlanta, Vice President Bush, May 30, 1985
II.1620Robert Morris Association, Ronald Reagan, September 1985
II.1621Order of Omega, Secretary Elizabeth Dole, March 1, 1985
II.1622Professional Secretaries International, Kathleen Osborne, April 24, 1985
II.1623Columbus Jr. League, Mrs. Ronald Reagan, January 4, 1986
II.1624MLK Center, Ronald Reagan, January 20, 1986
II.1625Albany Chamber of Commerce, P. Gramm, January or February 1986
II.1626Georgia Hussars 250th, Bush, Reagan, February 13, 1986
II.1627Savannah Export Council, Baldridge, February 19, 1986
II.1628Sons of Revolution, Savannah, Vice President Bush, February 21, 1986
II.1629Hibernian Society, Vice President Bush, March 17, 1986
II.1630American Egg Board, President and Mrs. RR, April 1986
II.1631Miami Cancer Conference, Senator Dole, April 3, 1986
II.1632Troup Co. High School Band, Mrs. RR, April 12, 1986
II.1633Boys' Club Gala, Atlanta, President and Mrs. RR, April 25, 1986
II.1634Gardens of the World, Athens, Ambassador of France, April 26, 1986
II.1635John May and group from Valdosta, President R, April 26, 1986
II.1636Southern Pulp and Paper, RR, April 22, 1986
II.1637Public and Church Leaders, Gainesville, Dr. Otis Bowden, April 29, 1986
II.1638Kiwanis of Columbus, Soviet Ambassador, 1986
II.1639Chatham Artillery, RR, May 10, 1986
II.1640Snellville Jaycees, RR, May 26, 1986
II.1641AMVETS Carillon dedication, Atlanta, RR, May 26, 1986
II.1642Navy League Convention, Jekyll Island, Vice President Bush, May 27, 1986
II.171International Internodal Expo, Atlanta, James Miller, May 30, 1986
II.172Augusta College RR, June 15, 1986
II.173Davidson Fine Arts High School, Augusta, Secretary Bennett, June 1986
II.174Berry College, Vice President Bush, June 8, 1986
II.175State Bar of GA, Savannah, Vice Pres. Bush, June 13, 1986
II.176National Beta Club, DC, President Reagan, June 18, 1986
II.177Air Force Association of Georgia, Weinberger, June 27, 1986
II.178Atlanta Women's Chamber of Commerce, Elizabeth Dole, June 19 or July 17, 1986
II.179Ed Hagler's suggestion for President R, July 4, 1986
II.1710President Reagan-- 4th of July call to McRae
II.1711Pilot Club International, DC, Elizabeth Dole, July 1986
II.1712Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, Peter Myers, July 8, 1986
II.1713High Museum Atlanta, President and Mrs. RR, July 28, 1986
II.1714Little General Cloggers, DC, RR, July 27-August 2, 1986
II.1715Clark-Holden Clinic, La Grange, Secretary Otis Bowen, August 8, 1986
II.1716Country at Heart Cloggers, DC, President Reagan
II.1717Marshlands Foundation, Nancy Reagan, September 4, 1986
II.1718Public Works and Economic Development, DC, Gwen King, September 22, 1986
II.1719Air Atlanta, DC Service, Vice President Bush, September 27, 1986
II.1720Over-80-Party, Macon, President R, September 28, 1986
II.1721American Association Port Authority, Miami, Weinberger, September 30, 1986
II.1722DeKalb Adopt-a-School, President Reagan, October 1, 1986
II.1723Blue Key Alumni Banquet, UGA, P. Gramm, October 3, 1986
II.1724President Reagan call to Gwinnett High School students, October 28, 1986
II.1725Arrive Alive photo, President Reagan, October 1986
II.1726B'nai B'rith, Atlanta, G. Schultz, October 30, 1986
II.1727Georgian of the Year, Atlanta, Ambassador Matsunaga invited, November 7, 1986
II.1728Valdosta Veterans Day, President Reagan, November 11, 1986
II.1729National Council Resource Development, DC RR, December 3-5, 1986
II.1730David Holley, Atlanta, request to decorate White House
II.1731Savannah I Day invites Mitch Daniels and Richard Willard, November 1986
II.1732Atlanta Saw co. President RR to present award
II.1733Madison/Morgan Co Chamber of Commerce, RR or aide
II.1734Southern Technical Institute, Secretary Bennett, February 11, 1987
II.1735Warner Robins, Elizabeth Dole, February 20, 1987
II.1736Homes and Services for Again, Atlanta, J. Heinz, February 24, 1987
II.1737International Auto Show, Atlanta, Vice President Bush, March 24, 1987
II.1738UGA Law Day, Paul Volcker, April 25, 1987
II.1739Daniel W. Lee dedication, Alma RR, May 30, 1987
II.1740Dublin, GA, Nancy Reagan, May 1987

E. Robert Atchinson Files

II.181Senator's papers--archives
II.182Staff reorganization
II.183Georgia appointees, June 10, 1981
II.184Job descriptions
II.185office leases
II.186Regional office information
II.187office evaluation forms
II.188Information on swearing in a US attorney
II.189Senator seniority list
II.1810Legislative staff assignments
II.1811Staff evening schedules
II.1812Staff directory
II.1813Emory Crandall
II.1814Office Administration
II.1815Campaign Funding People
II.1816List of AA's and Standing committee Sheet
II.1817Important addresses
II.1818Republican Steering Committee
II.1819Executive Calendar--US Senate
II.1820Senate Floor rules
II.1821Vote in Georgia legislature
II.1822Emory memos to staff
II.1823Bill Stewart staff memos
II.1824Mr. Stewart's letters
II.1825CMS file
II.1826Atlanta office administration
II.1827Lee Atwater
II.1828Senator's speaking engagements
II.1829Robert's security clearance
II.1830Mr. Stewart's security clearance
II.1831Correspondence to Robert
II.1832Letters from Robert
II.1833Future Committee appointments
II.1834Invitations (RA), 1982
II.1835Invitations (RA), 1983
II.1836Invitations (RA), 1981
II.1837Senator Mattingly and Congressmen, 1982
II.1838Majority leader letters, 1982
II.1839Closing a senator's office
II.1840Regional Reps (in Georgia)
II.191-2General Correspondence, 1981
II.193-17Alphabetical file correspondence, 1982
II.201-8Chronological files, February 1981-February 1982
II.211-4Chronological Files A-Z, October 1981-February 1982
II.215-7Chronological Files, November 1982-July 1983
II.221-8Correspondence A-Z, 1983
II.229Phone Log, 1984
II.231-26Correspondence A-Z, 1984
II.2327Robert letters
II.241-20RA Cross File A-Z, 1984
II.251Bill Stewart Letters, 1983
II.252Bill Stewart Letters, 1984
II.253-27Bill Stewart Cross File, 1984
II.261-6Correspondence A-Z, 1985
II.267Atlanta Companies--Top 100
II.268First Names of Senators
II.269Office Memos, 1984, 1985
II.2610Press, 1985
II.2611Recommendation Letters
II.2612White House Liaison File
II.271-9RA Letters, 1983
II.2710Solicitation letters
II.2711Thank you letters
II.2712Sikes--Coast Guard
II.2713L Reactor
II.2714Lanier Bridge
II.2715Stiners group
II.2716Reagan plan is working
II.2717Calendar requests, 1983
II.2718Federal leave calendar, 1983
II.2719General Assembly letters (incoming)
II.2720State Members Correspondence
II.2721Bomb letter sent with article
II.2722Staff home phones
II.2723blue bars, black bars, etc
II.2724Victor Schroeder article
II.2725Bruner, Jim
II.2726White House correspondence
II.2727Mail Count report
II.2728GOP fundraisers
II.2729Late Night Schedule
II.2730Reapportionment File
II.2731Memos to the staff
II.2732Bills sent to Lolly, 1983
II.2733Material sent to Mr. Gammon
II.2734Empire Management Group
II.2735Information sent from Brunswick
II.2736Forms mailed to Don Gammon
II.2737Medal of Honor Statement
II.2738Vienna--Dooley Industrial Park
II.281Academy Selection Board
II.282Cities in Georgia
II.283Georgia Crime Wave
II.284Georgia Political
II.285Project 130 (Voter ID)
II.286Southern Republican Leadership Conference
II.287NCLR--John Davis Lodge
II.288FEMA Region IV
II.289FEC Legislation
II.2810Farm Strategy
II.2811Steering Committee letter
II.2812Engineers speech
II.2813Commission to reform Federal Campaign Finance Act
II.2814AWAC aircraft to Saudi Arabia
II.2815Professional Baseball legislation
II.2816Social Security/Civil Service, 1984
II.2817Defense Contract Oriented people
II.2818Central America
II.2819Labor Background material
II.2820Harry Geisinger citizenship
II.2821Glynn Count Airport Commission
II.2822Neil Setter's son
II.2823Joe Frank Harris letter
II.2824Southeastern Power Administration
II.2825Steven's--Committee field hearings
II.2826Ben Cotton--London
II.2827The Financial Planner Mag. letter
II.2828Cultural Day to Atlanta
II.2829Capitol Forum Invitation
II.2830Speech--Georgia Chamber of Commerce in DC
II.2831McMullian--Flower Industries
II.2832MM Advisory group
II.2833Canadian parliament
II.2834US Postal Service
II.2835National Broiler Council
II.2836Business International corporation
II.2837Maynard Jackson letter
II.2838New FMHA office--Albany
II.291Farmer's Home Administration
II.292Coalition against budget cuts
II.293Southwire Company
II.294Press Section
II.295Republican National Committee
II.296Max Vines, Rouhami refugee case
II.297Ted Waddle
II.298Southeast Power Administration
II.299Johnny Isakson
II.2910GSA project, Knoxville, TN
II.2911B&W plant, Brunswick
II.2912Bleckley County Voting Rights case
II.2913Ben Cotten, labor 70001 ltd.
II.2914Ben Blackburn
II.2915Ed Allison, Communications International
II.2916MILCON Speech file
II.2917MM Initiatives
II.2918Industrial policy
II.2919FTC regulations on professionals
II.2920U. S. Fiscal accounts
II.2921FmHA file
II.2922Georgia Feed and Grain
II.2923Newspaper articles, 1983
II.301Legislative assistant meetings
II.302Press meetings
II.303U. S. Chamber of Commerce
II.304Newspaper articles, April-May 1983
II.305The Wagner and Baroody Group
II.306Citizens for America
II.307George Shultz
II.308Harrison Williams, Ethics Committee
II.309Dane Stockman, OMB
II.3010Communications International
II.3011Hart 320
II.3012Floor plan, Robert Lee's office
II.30131983 Congressional tag application
II.3014Matt Towery
II.3015Mail statistics, 1981
II.3016Foreign travel regulations (ethics)
II.3017Thank you for condolence (models)
II.3018Joy Lopez
II.3019Correspondence reports
II.3020Miscellaneous letters and information
II.3021Cobb County Chamber of Commerce
II.3022Downing's Investigation Security Systems
II.3023Dept. of Commerce contacts
II.3024Gov. Harris and staff in Washington, September 19, 1983
II.3025Bibliography on state of Georgia
II.3026Mattingly budget, 1982
II.3027State dinner, DC, June 12, 1985
II.3030Export Administration Act
II.3031XEBEC Corporation
II.312General correspondence
II.313Neal Shepard Submarine base tour
II.314RA invitations, 1984
II.315-8RA invitations, 1985
II.319Telegrams sent by MM
II.3110GRIDIRON congratulations (MM to others), 1983
II.3111-12GRIDIRON Society, 1981
II.3113VP Bush visits UGA, October 1, 1984
II.3114-22Meeting thank yous, 1984-1985
II.321Anti-drug file
II.322Business speech file
II.323Defense speech file
II.324Ethics ruling file
II.325Kate Semerad/Foreign relations
II.327IRS legislation
II.328Line item veto
II.329Voters Education Project - 98th Congress
II.3210Youth Inaugural Conference
II.3211City group file
II.3213Letters MM signed on
II.3214State productivity award
II.3215Legislative briefing
II.3216Civil Rights Commission
II.3217Civil Service Reform
II.3218Bills - introduction dates
II.3219Hagler plan
II.3220Mattingly plan
II.3221Chamber Legislative Forum, 1983
II.3222Bill Shipp on Corruption
II.3223Senate leadership, 1985
II.3224Butcher family: United American bank
II.3225Amendments to HR1718 proposed by Mattingly
II.3226Jim Green - FTC
II.3227Consultant Service Cuts
II.3228Ted Turner
II.3229Georgia banking issues
II.331Farm bill file
II.333HR6211 Speech by Mitch Delk
II.334Authur Laffer
II.335Line item veto
II.336MM testimony: Commerce
II.337250th Anniversary of State of Georgia
II.338Tax bill file
II.339Support letter: tobacco
II.3310GSA - Augusta College
II.3311Lake Alma
II.3312C-5, McDonald
II.3313Address to foreign officers
II.3314Water resources study in northeast Georgia
II.3315Military airlift command
II.3316AWACS file
II.3317Fall budget file
II.3318Hunter Army airfield
II.3319Synthetic Fuels Corporation
II.3320Budget options, October 21, 1981
II.3321Senate committees
II.3322Gulf stream
II.3323Taiwan trip
II.3324"Fooling the Budget", Harper's, October 1979
II.3325Speech material - Davey Crockett
II.3326Georgia campaign, 1982
II.3327Percy-Corcoran race
II.3328Candidate's thank you's to Senator Mattingly
II.3329Bankruptcy judges
II.3330Tyron Elliott
II.3331General Assembly, 1985
II.3332Election analysis, 1982
II.3333Georgia State Senate
II.3334Federal Parole Commission
II.3335Fund for a conservative majority
II.3336MEMO: International trade
II.3337Trade - Japanese list
II.3338Trade file
II.3339Trade Council file
II.3340Letters to Pres. Reagan
II.3341Israel - CISA help
II.3342Letters to Senator re: trade
II.3343Cubans/William French Smith

F. Scheduling

1. General
II.341Schedules, 1981
II.342Schedules, 1982
II.343-4Schedules, 1983
II.345-6Schedules, 1984
II.347Schedules, 1985
II.348-9Schedules, 1986
II.351-5Washington notebooks, 1981-1984
II.356Washington tour tickets for constituents
II.36Card file Sen. Mattingly's schedule, 1982-1986
II.371-7Georgia scheduling, 1981-1984
2. Accepted Events
II.381St. Patrick's Day, Savannah, 3/17/81
II.382County Commissioners of Georgia, Atlanta, 4/5/81
II.383Peach County Chamber of Commerce, Fort Valley, 4/14/81
II.384National Federation of Retried Employees, East Point, 4/14/81
II.385Kearny, Baccus, Rehm, and Associates: ribbon cutting, Gwinnett County, 4/15/81
II.386Willou Smith Fundraiser, ST. Simons, 4/15/81
II.387Columbus Chamber of Commerce, 4/15/81
II.388Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, 4/16/81
(MM keynote)
II.389Women's council of Realtors, Atlanta, 4/16/81
II.3810First District Republican Convention, Jekyll Island, 4/25/81
II.3811Law Day banquet, Augusta, 5/1/81
II.3812parents alumni Banquet, Dahlonega, 5/2/81
II.3813Georgia Jaycee State convention, Jekyll Island, 5/9/81
II.3814Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Brunswick, 5/8/81
II.3815Tidewater IV Conference, Easton, MD, 5/15/81
II.3816Printing Association of Georgia (cancelled) Savannah, 5/15/81
II.3817Leadership Georgia, St. Simons, 5/14-16/81
II.3818Vietnam Veterans Appreciation Day, Waycross, 5/16/81
II.3819Rotary Clubs, Augusta, 5/25/81
II.3820Georgia Auto. Dealers Association, Sea Island, 5/25/81
II.3821Gainesville Rotary and Lions, 5/26/81
II.3822Gainesville Reception (Republican Party), 5/26/81
II.3823Gingrich fundraiser, Carrollton, 5/26/81
II.3824Congressman Johnston's dinner, Greensboro, NC, 5/29/81
II.3825Republican State Convention, Atlanta, 5/29-30/81
II.3826Pace Academy, Atl (MM Commencement speaker), 6/1/81
II.3827GA Southern Commencement, Statesboro, (MM speaker), 6/13/81
II.3828Keith Hartberg luncheon, Statesboro, 6/13/81
II.3829Sussex County, Del. Republican women: party for Senator Roth, 6/19/81
II.3830Georgia Municipal Association, Savannah, 6/22/81
II.3831"Country Day with Senator Mattingly," Cumming, 6/27/81
II.3832Watermelon Festival, Cordele, 6/27/81
II.3833Douglas County Chamber of Commerce, 6/30/81
II.3834Western Electric tour, Sandy Springs, 6/30/81
II.3835Sunshine Festival, St. Simons, 7/3/81
II.3836WSB Salute to America Parade Atlanta, 7/4/81
II.3837Hamilton County (TN) Republican Party, Chattanooga, 8/1/81
II.391Senator Lugar, Anderson, Indiana, 8/12/81
II.392Vidalia Broadcasting (at home interview), 8/13/81
II.393INSIGHT, Channel 10, Albany, 8/14/81
II.394Shelton Mitchell, Albany, 8/14/81
II.395Cocktail party/Klemanns, 8/14/81
II.396Navy League, Albany, 8/14/81
II.397Fort Benning, 8/17/81
II.398Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce, Warm Springs, 8/17/81
II.399Civic Clubs Lunch, Columbus, 8/18/81
II.3910Columbus Times--Ledger, 8/18/81
II.3911Columbus Home Builders, 8/18/81
II.3912TV: Good Day Columbus, 8/18/81
II.3913GA Poultry Improvement Association, Oakwood, 8/19/81
II.3914Gainesville Times, 8/19/81
II.3915ODK Initiation, Valdosta State College, 8/19/81
II.3916Coastal APDC, Fort Stewart, 8/21/81
II.3917GA Optimist International, Savannah, 8/21/81
II.3918GA Dental Association, Jekyll Island, 8/23/81
II.3919Jefferson Long Republican Council, Macon, 8/25/81
II.3920Second Western Electric Tour, Atlanta, 8/25/81
II.3921Macon Telegraph and News (interview), 8/25/81
II.3922GA Society for Professional Engineers, 8/25/81
II.3923Blessinger Breakfast, Atlanta, 8/26/81
II.3924Conditioned Air Association of GA, Atlanta, 8/25/81
II.3925Buckhead Business Association, Atlanta, 8/27/81
II.3926August Office Appointments, Atlanta
II.3927GA Republican Party Chairman's Council, Atlanta, 8/27/81
II.3928Newt Gingrich Kickoff Dinner, Atlanta, 8/19/81
II.3929Home Builders of Fulton County, Atlanta, 9/19/81
II.3930Adrian BBQ, 10/3/81
II.3931Office Appointment Thank You's, October Recess 1981
II.3932Sertoma Interview, Tifton, 10/8/81
II.3933Downtown Merchants Association, Dalton, 10/9/81
II.3934School of Nursing at Emory University, 10/9/81
II.3935Prater's Mill, Dalton, 10/10/81
II.3936Arts Alliance Frolic, Atlanta, 10/12/81
II.3937Jaycees Silver Anniversary, Lawrenceville, 10/13/81
II.3938Northwest Business Association, Atlanta, 10/15/81
II.3939Philip Morris, New York, 10/19/81
II.3940Louisville, Kentucky, 10/21/81
II.3941Coalition for Peace Through Strength, Boston, Virginia, 10/24/81
II.3942Pratt-Whitney Plant Dedication, Columbus, 11/6/81
II.3943Veterans' Day Parade, Savannah, 11/11/81
II.3944Chatham County Republicans Reception, Savannah, 11/11/81
II.401Tallahassee Tiger Bay Club, 1/8/82
II.402Joint Economic Committee Hearing, Atlanta, 1/11/82
II.403Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, 1/12/82
II.404Augusta Lions Club, 1/12/82
II.405Courtesy Call: Mayor McIntyre, Savannah, 1/13/82
II.406Fringe Benefit Group Delta, Atlanta, 1/14/82
II.407Southern Republican Conference, Orlando, 1/14/82
II.408GA Bar Association Panel, Atlanta, 1/15/82
II.409Arizona Tennis Tournament, 1/15-17/82
II.4010Cobb County Chamber of Commerce, 1/22/82
II.4011National Federation of Republican Women, Orlando, 2/5/82
II.4012East Point Republican Fundraiser, 2/12/82
II.4013Albany Republican Fundraiser, 2/13/82
II.4014Camden County Republican Reception, 2/16/82
II.4015St. Mary's Area Chamber of Commerce, 2/17/82
II.4016Trust for Public Land Reception, Atlanta, 2/17/82
II.4017Better Business Bureau, Atlanta, 2/17/82
II.4018Paul Jones Free Enterprise PAC, Macon, 2/18/82
II.4019Macon Fundraiser, 2/18/82
II.4020Sons of the Revolution Toast, Savannah, 2/14/82
II.4021National Watermelon Association, Hilton Head, 2/27/82
II.4022Pratt-Whitney Luncheon, West Palm Beach, 3/5/82
II.4023Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Conference, Key Largo, 3/6/82
II.4024Tidewater V, Easton, Maryland, 3/12-14/82
II.4025Elberton Chamber of Commerce, 3/20/82
II.4026Republican Fundraiser, Rome, 4/3/82
II.4027Republican Fundraiser, Savannah, 4/3/82
II.4028Federal Reserve, Atlanta, 4/6/82
II.4029Republican Fundraiser, Dalton, 4/5/82
II.4030Republican Fundraiser, Columbus, 4/6/82
II.4031Upson County Chamber of Commerce, 4/7/82
II.4032Northrup - Los Angeles, 4/8-9/82
II.4033Gridiron Initiation, UGA, Athens, 4/24/82
II.4034Ted Turner - Braves Game, Atlanta, 4/30/82
II.4035Dick Winder; Rockdale County Representative Breakfast, 5/1/82
II.4036Conyers Loyalty Day, 5/1/82
II.4037Maggie Willis Media Appointment, Atlanta, 5/1/82
II.4038GA Black Republican Council, Atlanta, 5/1/82
II.4039Delaware State Republican Convention, 5/15/82
II.4040Dr. Saburo Okita, Atlanta, 5/21/82
II.4041Farmers Meeting, Thomasville, 5/22/82
II.4042Forest Farmers Association, Orlando, 5/28/82
II.4043Brunswick Business Leaders, 6/3/82
II.4044Georgia Forestry Association, Jekyll Island, 6/7/82
II.4045Blue Ridge Speech, 7/17/82
II.4046GOP Fundraiser with Senator Garn, 7/17/82
II.4047Newt Gingrich: Forward America Dinner, 8/13/82
II.4048Kiwanis District Convention, Jekyll Island, 8/14/82
II.4049Major General John R. Paulk Retirement, Warner Robins, 8/16/82
II.4050Ted Hewitt Retirement, IBM, Atlanta, 8/16/82
II.4051Cleve Benedict, Clarksburg, W. Virginia, 8/30/82
II.4052Clayton County Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, 8/31/82
II.4053Clayton County GOP, 8/31/82
II.411Toccoa Rotary Club, 8/31/82
II.412Macon Sertoma Club, 9/1/82
II.413Commerce Club, Atlanta, 9/2/82
II.414Rotary Club, Milledgeville, 9/2/82
II.415Clemson-Georgia at Athens (Jim Green), 9/6/82
II.416Tyrone Elliott, Warner Robins, 9/10/82
II.417Larry Thomson Swearing-in, 9/24/82
II.418Dave Sellers Fundraiser, Cobb Civic Center, 9/24/82
II.419Don Sundquist Fundraiser, Tennessee, 9/25/82
II.4110Office Appointments, October 1982
II.4111Lockheed Delivery, Atlanta, 10/2/82
II.4112Gillis BBQ, Adrian, 10/2/82
II.4113Steel Service Center, Sea Island, 10/4/82
II.4114Haley Barbour Fundraiser, Tupelo, MS, 10/4/82
II.4115Minority Business Awards, Atlanta, 10/5/82
II.4116MM visits school in Valdosta, 10/13/82
II.4117Valdosta Rotary and Moultrie Sunbelt Expo, 10/13/82
II.4118Hospital Association Fundraiser for Gingrich
II.4119Griffin Chamber of Commerce, 10/14/82
II.4120Pfizer Inc., Doraville, 10/15/82
II.4121Fundraisers Macon and Atlanta, 10/15/82
II.4122New Mexico, 10/16/82
II.4123Rotary Club, Savannah, 10/18/82
II.4124WSAV taping 30 minute show, 10/18/82
II.4125Bell fundraiser, Savannah, 10/18/82
II.4126Herb Jones fundraiser, 10/19-20/82
II.4127T. Elliot fundraiser, 10/20/82
II.4128Columbus Ledger--enquirer meeting, 10/20/82
II.4129Greater Atlanta Credit Union, 10/22/82
II.4130Drug Hearing--Senator Nunn, Savannah, 10/25/82
II.4131Rotary Club, Atlanta, 10/25/82
II.4132John Heinz fundraiser, Pittsburgh, 10/26/82
II.4133Gridiron, Athens, 10/29/82
II.4134Association of Builders and Contractors, Atlanta, 10/30/82
II.4135Georgia Homebuilders Association, Gainesville, 11/9/82
II.4136Office appointments, 11/10/82
II.4137Morehouse School of Medicine, 11/10/82
II.4138Georgia Tech President Pettit, 11/10/82
II.4139Dick Winder fundraiser, Atlanta, 11/10/82
II.4140American Business Clubs, Augusta, 11/11/82
II.4141Claxton Professional Women, 11/11/82
II.4142Macon Chamber of Commerce, 11/12/82
II.4143National Machine Tool Builders, Boca Raton, 11/13/82
II.421Georgia Cattlemen's Association, Macon, 1/7/83
II.422John Gardner Tennis Tournament, Arizona, 1/13-16/83
II.423Eastern Airlines Fact Sheet, Feb-July 1983
II.424Savannah River Plant Hearing, Augusta, 2/9/83
II.425Fort Gordon and King's Bay, 2/10/83
II.426Georgia Day luncheon, 2/11/83
II.427Gulfstream Plant Tour, Savannah, 2/11/83
II.428LOOSE GROUP (speech), 2/21/83
II.429Celebrity tennis tour, Greenbrier, 3/5/83
II.4210Georgia Freight bureau, Atlanta, 3/11/83
II.4211Association of General Contractors, Atlanta, 3/12/83
II.4212Dekalb County GOP breakfast, 3/12/83
II.4213Consulting Engineers Council of Georgia, Sea Island, 3/12/83
II.4214Military bases in Albany, Columbus, Valdosta, 3/28/83
II.4215Poultry Processors' Association, 4/4/93
II.4216Savannah parade and dinner, 3/17/83
II.4217Hibernian Society, Savannah, 3/17/83
II.4218American Land Title Association, Phoenix, 3/18/83
II.4219Morehouse School of Medicine, 4/10/83
II.4220County Commissioners of Georgia, 4/10/83
II.4221Georgia State Law Day, 4/29/83
II.4222GOP fundraiser, Columbus, Indiana, 4/29/83
II.4223Vidalia--Walla Walla Taste-off, 5/14/83
II.4224CATRALA Convention, Jekyll Island, 5/20/83
II.4225State GOP convention, Savannah, 5/21/83
II.4226Cobb Chamber of Commerce groundbreaking, 5/20/83
II.4227Government Council of Georgia Chamber of Commerce, St. Simons, 5/21/83
II.4228JAYCEE convention, Jekyll Island, 5/21/83
II.4229CODEL, Southern Europe, 5/26/-6/5, 1983
II.4230Mexico-US Interparliamentary conference, 5/27-6/1/83
II.431Canada--US Interparliamentary group, Minaki, Ontario, 6/16-20/83
II.432Southeastern Peanut Association, Hilton Head, 6/20/83
II.433Young Republican National Convention, New Orleans, 6/18/83
II.434Veterans of Foreign Wars, Atlanta, 6/25/83
II.435CODEL (To europe) cancelled because of illness, 7/1-13/82
II.436Georgia Feed and Grain Association, Hilton Head, 7/2/83
II.437Law Enforcement Training Center tour, 7/6/83
II.438Mexico--US Interparliamentary group, 7/7-10/83
II.439Fundraiser for John Warner, 7/23/83
II.4310Cobb Chamber of Commerce, 8/1/83
II.4311ITT and Kiwanis, Jesup, 8/9/83
II.4312Meeting in Augusta, 8/10/83
II.4313Augusta Realty Board, 8/10/83
II.4314World Trade Club, 8/11/83
II.4315Georgia Bankers Association, Williamsburg, 8/13/83
II.4316Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, 8/12/83
II.4317East Cobb Kiwanis, 8/10/83
II.4318Easter Seal roast, St. Simons, 8/8/83
II.4319Georgia Auto Dealers Association, 8/9/83
II.4320Kiwanis of Atlanta, 8/16/83
II.4321Fundraiser Columbus, 8/16/83
II.4322Robins Air Force Base, 8/17/83
II.4323Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce, 8/17/83
II.4324Warner Robins Savings and Loan, 8/17/83
II.4325Military Construction--Robins AFB, 8/17/83
II.4326Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, 8/18/83
II.4327CODEL to Europe, 8/22-31/83
II.4328Dalton Rotary Club, 8/23/83
II.4329League of Women Voters, Dalton, 8/23/83
II.4330Milliken and West Point Pepperell, 8/24/83
II.4331La Grange Chamber of Commerce, 8/24/83
II.4332Meeting with Coverdell, 8/24/83
II.4333Rome Chamber of Commerce, 8/25/83
II.4334Burlington Mills, 8/25/83
II.4335Rome bankers, 8/25/83
II.4336Small business development Center, 8/26/83
II.4337Georgia Special Olympics, St. Simons, 8/26/83
II.441Trip to Honduras, 9/9-11/83
II.442Memorial Service for Larry McDonald, Marietta, 9/15/83
II.443Gulfstream, Savannah, 9/16/83
II.444Business--Government Relations Council, Williamsburg, 9/17/83
II.445Association of Housing and REdevelopment, Jekyll Island, 9/18/83
II.446Atlanta Bankers, 9/20/83
II.447Independent Bankers of Colorado, 9/24/83
II.448Pebble Mill Plantation and Fundraiser, 10/1/83
II.449First Georgia Bank and Commercial Bank of Cobb County, 10/6/83
II.4410Junior League of Albany, 10/10/83
II.4411Kiwanis of Doughtery County, 10/10/83
II.4412Press Conference and fundraiser, Macon, 10/10/83
II.4413Moultrie Sunbelt Expo, 10/12/83
II.4414SBA Press Conference, Atlanta, 10/11/83
II.4415Fort McPherson Command and Control Facility, 10/11/83
II.4416Gwinnett GOP, 10/15/83
II.4417Gingrich Forward America dinner, 10/15/83
II.4418Virginia independence at Yorktown, 10/16/81
II.4419YR GOP fundraiser, Atlanta, 10/22/83
II.4420MBA class Georgia State, 10/22/83
II.4421Textile week in Columbus (MM speak), 10/24/83
II.4422Friends of Mattingly fundraiser, 11/2/83
II.4423Dedication of the USS Georgia, Groton, 11/6/83
II.4424Silver Trout Award, 11/10/83
II.4425Veterans Day Parade, 11/11/83
II.4426Association of Contractors, Georgia branch, cloisters, 11/14/83
II.4427GATT, Geneva, 11/19-27/82
II.4428Ranger Day, Savannah, 11/19/83
II.4429Pratt and Whitney, E. Hartford, CT, 12/1/83
II.4430Glynn Co. GOP fundraiser, 12/2/83
II.4431Georgia Farm Bureau, Jekyll Island, 12/5/83
II.4432Federal Law Enforcement Center, Glynco, 12/14/83
II.451Statesboro Chamber of Commerce, 1/6/84
II.452Chattooga Chamber of Commerce, 1/9/84
II.453Lunch with state reps and senator, 1/9/84
II.454John Gardiner Tennis Tournament, Phoenix, 1/12-15/84
II.455Lunch with Gordon Griffin, 1/16/84
II.456National Association of Credit Managers (SE Unit), 1/16/84
II.457Georgia Agribusiness Council, 1/19/84
II.458NY Fundraiser, Simpson 1/21/84
II.459Southern GOP leadership, Atlanta, 1/26-29/84
II.4510USS Georgia commissioning, 2/11/84
II.4511Carl Vinson Institute, Atlanta, 2/16/84
II.4512American Bankers Association, Atlanta (MM address), 2/17/84
II.4513Outdoor Advertisers; Association; Atlanta, 2/24/84
II.4514Tennis Charity, Greenbrier, 3/2-4/84
II.4515American Israel PAC Atlanta, 3/4/84
II.4516Bush in Macon 3/7/84
II.4517Canada-US Interparliamentary Conference; Puerto Rico, 3/8/84
II.4518Japan--America Society, Atlanta, 3/14/84
II.4519St.Patrick's Day, Savannah, 3/16-17/84
II.4520PRIDE, Atlanta (MM speak), 3/24/84
II.4521Gillis BBQ, 5/31/84
II.4522Presbytery of SW Georgia, 4/1/84
II.4523Ted Land Fundraisers, 3/31/84
II.4524Lerman event, Atlanta, 4/14/84
II.4525Farmers/americus (phone hook-up), 4/16/84
II.4526Albany Executive Roundtable, 4/17/84
II.4527Americus, Albany, Tifton, 4/17/84
II.4528Georgia PTA state convention, Jekyll Island, 4/18/84
II.4529Pratt and Whitney, Columbus, 4/19/84
II.4530St. Simons Chamber of Commerce, 5/12/84
II.4531Atlanta Jaycees, 5/29/84
II.4532Atlanta Trade Seminar, 5/29/84
II.4533Fathers of the Year, Atlanta, 5/30/84
II.4534Richard Russell stamp, Winder, 5/31/84
II.461Business and Industrial council, Greenbrier, 6/1/84
II.462Skidaway Island--UGA celebration (MM speak), 6/16/84
II.463Cobb County Chamber of Commerce (MM speak), 6/18/84
II.464Reagan round-up, Augusta, 6/23/84
II.465Georgia association of ASCS, Jekyll Island, 6/23/84
II.466State Farmers Market, 6/23/84
II.467Black GOP Council, Atlanta (MM intro Dole), 6/23/84
II.468Trip to Israel (1), 7/1-8/84
II.469Trip to Israel (2)
II.4610Recess, week of, July 16, 1984
II.4611John Davis for Congress, Chattanooga, 7/19/84
II.4612Victor Ashe Fundraiser, Atlanta, 7/20/84
II.4613Atlanta Jewish Federation, 7/20/84
II.4614Industrial Training conference, Georgia Tech, 8/13/84
II.4615Taiwan, Summer 1984
II.4616Republican national Convention, Dallas, 8/20-23/84
II.4617Helms campaign, NC, 8/20/84
II.4618Forward America, 9/15/84
II.4619Trade Press Conference, Atlanta, 10/11/84
II.4620Mortgage Bankers, SF, 10/17/84
II.4621Blakely Rotary Club, 10/19/84
II.4622AT&T Technologies, Norcross, 10/19/84
II.4623Camilla Corn Festival, 10/20/84
II.4624October Recess (general) 1984
II.4625Southern International Business Conference, Atlanta, 10/25/84
II.4626Georgia Pre-Legislative Forum, November 1984
II.4627Empty Stocking Fund Remarks, Atlanta, 11/27/84
II.4628W. Nolan Murrah meeting, 11/27/84
II.4629Georgia Farm Bureau, 12/3/84
II.4630Overseas trip (Stevens) cancelled, 12/84
II.471Stanford Business School Alumni, 1/4/85
II.472Gardiner Tennis Ranch, 1/10-13/85
II.473Buckhead Rotary Club, 1/13/85
II.474Tift County Chamber of Commerce, 1/14/85
II.475Georgia Children's Hospital, Augusta, 1/15/85
II.476Georgia Association of Realtors, Cloisters, 1/16/85
II.477Waycross Civic Clubs, 1/16/85
II.478King and Spalding, 1/25/85
II.479Georgia Conservancy, Savannah, 2/2/85
II.4710Kiwanis Clubs, Athens, 2/11/85
II.4711Export Seminar, Macon, 2/12/85
II.4712Cairo Rotary Club, 2/14/85
II.4713Agriculture Leadership Conference, Albany, 2/14/85
II.4714American Gear Manufacturing Assoc., Atlanta, 2/15/85
II.4715Governor Harris Legislative Dinner, 2/17/85
II.4716Lockheed Luncheon/Briefing, 2/18/85
II.4717Fleet Financial Group, Boca Raton, 3/4/85
II.4718Tenneco Management, Houston, 3/11/85
II.4719Atlanta Appointments, 3/14/85
II.4720Dublin Civic Clubs, 3/15/85
II.4721St. Patrick's Day, Savannah, 3/16/85
II.4722Cherry Blossom Festival, Macon, 3/17/85
II.4723National Peanut Council, 3/22/85
II.4724League of Women Voters, Atlanta, 3/23/85
II.4725Southeast Lumber Manufacturers, Atlanta, 3/23/85
II.4726Israel Trade Expo, Atlanta, 3/23/85
II.4727Brandon Hall School, Atlanta, 3/23/85
II.4728CCMI (Realtors), St. Simons Island, 3/30/85
II.4729Fund for Better Government, Atlanta, 3/30/85
II.4730MARTA, Atlanta, 4/9/85
II.4731AERO Club of Atlanta, 4/10/85
II.4732Morehouse College, 4/11/85
II.4733Executive Forum of Mercer Univ., Macon, 4/11/85
II.4734College Republicans, 4/13/85
II.4735Judge Alaimo, Brunswick, 4/19/85
II.4736UGA Law Day, 4/20/85
II.4737Reserve Officers Association, Athens, 4/27/85
II.4738Loyalty Day Parade, Conyers, 4/27/85
II.4739PRIDE, Atlanta, 4/27/85
II.4740Vietnam Memorial, Snellville JAYCEES, 5/4/85
II.4741Matt Towery's wedding, 5/11/85
II.4742GOP Convention, Macon, 5/17-18/85
II.4743Atlanta University, 5/20/85
II.4744Dr. Garland Perdue, Emory Clinic, 5/26/85
II.4745Le Craw (Friends of Mattingly), 5/29/85
II.4746Southern Co. Services PAC, Atlanta, 5/30/85
II.4747Georgia DOT, Atlanta, 5/30/85
II.4748President Reagan, Atlanta (FOM), 6/5/85
II.4749Conservation Awards, Atlanta, 6/8/85
II.4750Warner Classic, Williamsburg, 6/21-22/85
II.4751RNC, Atlanta, 6/28/85
II.481Cobb County Chamber of Commerce, 7/5/85
II.482Atlanta Chamber of Commerce - Trade, 7/5/85
II.483Muscular Dystrophy Roast, Atlanta, 7/5/85
II.484Excellence in Education, Atlanta, 7/5/85
II.485USS Elrod, Brunswick, 7/6/85
II.486Lockheed C5B Rollout, 7/12/85
II.487American Legion State Convention, Albany, 7/20/85
II.488Quayle Fundraiser, Anderson, Indiana, 8/8/85
II.489P-3 Drug plane, Atlanta, 8/12/85
II.4810Trust Company of Georgia, Atlanta, 8/13/85
II.4811Georgia Security Dealers, Atlanta, 8/13/85
II.4812High-tech Exports to France, Atlanta, 8/14/85
II.4813Atlanta Public Affairs Council, 8/14/85
II.4814UGA - High tech, 8/15/85
II.4815Northeast Georgia APDC, Monroe, 8/15/85
II.4816Augusta JAYCEES, 8/15/85
II.4817Central Savannah River APDC, Augusta, 8/15/85
II.4818Georgia Peanut Producers Association, 8/17/85
II.4819Peanut Growers Reception (FOM), Albany, 8/17/85
II.4820Boy Scouts, Atlanta, 8/21/85
II.4821Kiwanis Club/Dundee, Griffin, 8/21/85
II.4822Conyers/Rockdale Kiwanis, 8/22/85
II.4823Coastal APDC, Ft. Stewart, 8/23/85
II.4824Farmers: Savannah office, 8/23/85
II.4825Jesup Civic Clubs, August '85
II.4826Rome Chamber of Commerce fishfry, 8/24/85
II.4827Georgia Mountains APDC, Hiawassee, 8/27/85
II.4828Columbus Rotary Club, 8/28/85
II.4829Coalition for Better Columbus (reception), 8/28/85
II.4830North Georgia Pachyderm Club, Ft. Oglethorpe, 9/3/85
II.4831National Baptist Convention, Atlanta, 9/4/85
II.4832Fed. Law Enforcement Training Ctr., Brunswick, 9/5/85
II.4833RBR Dam Dedication, Elberton, 9/7/85
II.4834Newt Gingrich fundraiser, 9/10/85
II.4835Tire Dealers PAC, Atlanta, 9/21/85
II.4836Georgia Insurance Women Convention, Marietta, 9/21/85
II.491Retired Enlisted Association, Ft. McPherson, 10/12/85
II.492Georgia Thoroughbred, Greenville, 10/12/85
II.493Wilkes Chamber of Commerce, Washington, 10/12/85
II.494Dalton/Whitfield Chamber of Commerce, 10/15/85
II.495Sunbelt Expo, Moultrie, 10/15/85
II.496National Pecan Festival, Albany, 10/19/85
II.497Cane Water Pond Gathering, Bainbridge, 10/19/85
II.498Gridiron, UGA, 11/2/85
II.499Quayle fundraiser, Indiana, 11/4/85
II.4910U.S. League of Savings Institutions, Dallas, 11/4/85
II.4911Valdosta Veterans Day, 11/11/85
II.4912Georgia Veterans Day Parade, Atlanta, 11/11/85
II.4913Northern District Judges, Atlanta, 11/25/85
II.4914MLK Federal Holiday Commission, Atlanta, 11/25/85
II.4915East Cobb Optimist Club, Marietta, 11/26/85
II.4916Columbus Homebuilders Association, 11/26/85
II.4917Hansell and Post, Atlanta, 11/26/85
II.4918Georgia Farm Bureau, Jekyll Is., 12/2/85
(MM Keynote)
II.4919Douglasville Friends of Mattingly, 12/6/85
II.4920GOP '86 Leadership School, Atlanta, 12/7/85
II.4921Gardiner's Tennis Tournament, 1/9-12/86
II.4922Lavonia Chamber of Commerce, 1/13/86
II.4923MLK observation, 1/20/86
II.4924Lincoln Day: Georgia 6th District, 2/14/86
II.4925Hart County Chamber of Commerce, 2/22/86
II.4926Canada--US Interparliamentary, Tuscon, 2/27-3/3/86
II.4927Charity Tennis Tournament, 2/12/86
II.4928Indiana Dental Association, 5/2/86
II.4929Warner Tennis Fundraiser, 6/6-8/86
3. Invitations
II.501January 1981
II.502February 1981
II.503March 1981
II.504October-December 1981
II.5111981 and 1982
II.514-5Georgia Scheduling, 1981-1982
II.521January 1982
II.522February 1982
II.523-4March 1982
II.531April 1982
II.532-3May 1982
II.534-5June 1982
II.541July 1982
II.542August 1982
II.543-4September 1982
II.545October 1982
II.546November 1982
II.547December 1982
II.551-2January 1983
II.553February 1983
II.554-5March 1983
II.561March 1983
II.562-3April 1983
II.571-2May 1983
II.573June 1983
II.574July 1983
II.575August 1983
II.581-2September 1983
II.583October 1983
II.584November 1983
II.585December 1983
II.591-2January 1984
II.593-4February 1984
II.595March 1984
II.601March 1984
II.602-3April 1984
II.604-5May 1984
II.606June 1984
II.611July 1984
II.612August 1984
II.613-4September 1984
II.615October 1984
II.616November-December 1984

G. General Files

1. Staff Reports
II.621Regional Rules
II.622Regional REP's schedules
II.623-4Samuel Brewer reports
II.625-9David Fox reports
II.6210-11Tom Garris reports
II.6212Ken Faircloth reports
II.6213-14Barry Inman reports
II.6215-17Eric Johnson reports
II.6218-19Robert E. Lee reports
II.6220Jim Lovejoy
II.6221-23Glenn Viers reports
2. Correspondence and memos
II.631General Correspondence
II.632Georgia Letters
II.633Memos to the senator
II.634mail count, April 17-23
II.635Capitol Hill Club
II.636MM staff: casework distribution
II.637Mattingly budget
II.638Statutory Mileage Information, 1982
II.639MM letters, February 1982
II.6310Speech file
II.6311Telegrams and Mailgrams, 1981-1982
II.6312Memos to B.S. and R.A.
II.6313Security Clearance Information
II.6314Woodie/Senator file
II.6315Robert Atchison general
II.6316MM, RA, BS meetings
II.6317Four day week schedule
II.6318Inaugural information
II.6319Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Fly-in, September 11, 1985
3. Subjects
II.641Brazil Aircraft
II.642Canada--US Interparliamentary Conference
II.643Ethics Committee
II.646Farm file
II.647Robert K. Finnell--Military Information
II.648Georgia Wildlife Federation
II.649Library of Congress
II.6410Legislative information
II.6411Jim Miller reception, October 3, 1985
II.6412National Conference of Black Mayors
II.6413National Republican Senatorial Committee
II.6414Trips Overseas
II.6415White House Enterprise Zone Proposal
II.6416World Bank Encyclopedia

Series III. Legislative

101 box(es) (49.5 linear feet)

A. Subject files

The Subject files contain correspondence, printed materials, news releases, newspaper clippings, newsletters, speeches and reports. These files pertain to legislation being considered by Congress. Topics include abortion, the Omnibus drug law, the Holocaust Memorial, Medicare/Medicaid, the Henry Flipper stamp, the Harrison Williams Ethics trial, and immigration. These files date from 1981 to 1986. Arrangement is alphabetical.
1. Abortion
III.14Abortion - DC Appropriations
III.15Abortion - Tax deductions (Helms/IRS)
2. Appropriations
III.16DC Drinking Age - hearing
III.17TPO Appropriations, FY 1985
III.18TPO Customs
3. Children
III.21Baby Doe
III.22Children's Week
III.23Child Support
4. Communications
III.24ABC ad letter
III.25Alcohol advertising
III.26CRT (Copyright Royalty Tribunal) Amendment/draft
III.27Cable copyright - Turner
III.28-10CRT Reform Act, 1983
III.211Financial Interest/Syndication rules
III.2127-7-7 Rule
III.213800 MH2 Range
III.214"Must Carry" letter - Georgia Delegation
5. Drugs
III.31Armed Forces - Drug Interdiction [military involvement in drug war]
III.32Special Operations - Air Force Reserve Wing - Drug Interdiction [war on drugs]
III.33Bank Charter bill [money laundering]
III.34Banking - money laundering
III.35S571 Money laundering (bank secrecy)
III.36Currency [counterfeit]
III.37Drugs - Mandatory [minimum] bail bill [for drug law violations] (S 1001)
III.38Bolivia Drug bill [eradication of 10% coca production]
III.39"Crack" [crack cocaine penalties]
III.310S 2580 Crack and Cocaine [meaningful penalties act]
III.311Drinking age (national 21)
III.312Drugs/entertainment industries council
III.313Just Say "NO" week
III.314Omnibus Drug bill (More info on this bill in III.15-16)
III.315Lightner - MADD [Mothers Against Drunk Driving]
III.316Marijuana - Agriculture amendment
III.317Marijuana eradication
III.318Drug - MilCon [military construction] language
III.319Drugs - Mexico
III.320National Task Force on Drug Abuse/Work place
III.321Peruvian Amendment [eradicate illegal growth of coca]
III.322Pride Speeches [International Pride Conference - illegal drugs], 1985 April
III.323UN Fund for Drug Abuse Control
III.325Drugs [speeches]
III.326Drug Appropriations
6. Education
III.41Atlanta University
III.42Cobb School Award
III.43DOD Report - Liberty County
III.44Georgia College Commencement
III.45Georgia Tech - "indirect costs" research
III.46HBCU Seminar, September 1986
III.47S1965 Higher Education Reauthorization
III.48Hinesville Middle School
III.49Impact Aid
III.410Mercer - Upward Bound
III.411Student Aid draft
III.412South Georgia College
III.413T.E.A.C.H. chapter 1 Ed Vouchers
III.414Tuition Tax Credits
7. Family
III.415Operation Home Free
III.416Family Reunion Month (PL98-307)
8. Georgia
III.417Georgia 250th Anniversary
III.418Atlanta University Commencement, 1985
III.419Atlanta University - Science Center
III.420Cobb County - Education
III.421University of Georgia - Complex Carbo Center
III.51Georgia Education Trust
III.52-3Martin Luther King Holiday Commission
III.54Martin Luther King Holiday - Military Coordination
III.55Morehouse Remarks
III.56Morris Brown College
III.57Primate Center
III.58Dr. Harry H. Wall (S506)
III.59Juliette Lowe
9. Handicapped
III.510Warm Springs Institute
10. Immigration
III.511-13Immigration (See also III.18-19)
11. Justice
III.514Affirmative Action - Executive Order
III.515English Language Amendment
III.516S49 McClure-Volker (99th)
III.517Gun Control
III.518Polygraph bill
III.519Prison Reform
12. Health
III.61DeKalb Hospital
III.62Emory University - NORCA
III.63Health Care for the Unemployed
III.64Health Insurance Deduction - self-employed
III.65HGH (Human Growth Hormone)
III.66Home Health an Hospice
III.67Dr. Harrison Rogers
III.68Occupational Therapy
III.612Physician assistants
13. Medicare
III.613-14Durable Medical equipment
III.615Health Care Financing Administration #443
III.616Home Health/Cost Cap (delegation letter)
III.617Home Health data
III.618Helping Hands Home Care, Inc.
III.619Medicare - hospital costs
III.71Medicare scaled to income
III.72Medicare cost-sharing
III.73Medicare scaled to income (draft)
III.74Not for profit hospitals
III.77Prospective payments
III.78Medicare Prospective Payment System (PPS)
III.79PPS "Urban Renewal"
III.710Medicare - Miscellaneous
14. Medicare/Medicaid
III.711Medicaid/Adoption Special needs
III.712Medicaid Cap/budget, FY 1984
III.713Medicaid FMAP change
III.714Incurred medical expense (GA)
III.715Medicaid Penalty
III.716Medicaid Penalty - GA info
III.717Medicaid pharmacists - earned discount
III.718Recon - medicaid state plan, 1987
III.81Medicaid state plan for reimbursement, 1985
III.82Georgia Medicaid waiver, 1984
III.83-4Medicaid, 1983
15. Pornography
III.85Anti-pornography group [A Strategy for Decency], 1985
III.86Dial-a-porn/cable porn, 1985
III.87Child Sexual abuse and pornography act (S 554), 1985
III.88Customs - Porn S 1743 [importation of pornography], 1985-1986
III.89Effects on Women and Children, 1984
III.810Pornography [Child Abuse Task Force and pornography imports], 1983-1984
III.811TV violence, 1984
16. Religion
III.812"Christianity in Politics" [Mattingly's speeches, National Prayer Breakfast and Annual Celebration of Faith], 1983-1986
III.813"Equal Access" legislation (prayer in schools), 1984
III.814Helms Prayer bill/S 47 [school prayer], 1982-1985
III.815Law and Neutrality [murder of Maj. Arthur Nicholson], 1985
III.816Law and Religion, 1985
III.817National Baptist Convention (Mattingly's speech), 1985
III.91Prayer breakfast remarks (private senator's)
III.92Prayer breakfast remarks (national)
III.93Refuseniks (Call to Conscience)
III.94Religious Liberty Amendment
III.95-6School Prayer
17. Social Security
III.97-8Alien Amendment - budget
III.99S78 Alien Social Security
III.910GA Report Alien Social Security
III.911Alien Social Security - other bills
III.912Alien Social Security
III.913Social Security Analysis
III.914Social Security COLA - FY86 Budget
III.101Social Security Disability Review
III.102Social Security Financing
III.103Hawkins - Social Security "lump sum" proposal
III.104-5Jepen Amendment - Taxation of churches
III.106Social Security Mailing information
III.107-8Social Security NOTCH
III.109Social Security - Public Pension Offset
III.1010Social Security Reform - Heritage Foundation
III.1011Roosevelt Social Security
III.1012Social Security - tax exempt interest S210
III.1013Social Security taxation of benefits
III.1014Information on Social Security amendments
III.1015Social Security Change Information, 1983
III.111-2Social Security
18. Telephone
III.113FCC Explanation of Success Charge decision
III.114Access Charges
III.115Telephone industry
III.116Telephone legislation
III.121-2Telephone legislation
19. Welfare
20. Women
III.125Child Support
III.126-7Comparable worth
III.128Equal Right Amendment
III.129League of Women Voters
21. Miscellaneous
III.1210Holocaust Council Amendment
III.1211NATU patel
III.1212Morehouse medical aid grant
III.1213Pro-life caucus
III.1214War on poverty
III.131Appropriations bill
III.133Bill Davison
III.134-8Holocaust Memorial Council
III.141Cliff Nettles
III.144Harrison Williams ethics trial, Marcj 9, 1982
III.145Investigation of H. Williams, July 1981
22. HR5484 Omnibus Drug Bill (Senator Floor Materials)
III.151Outline of bill
III.152Death Penalty - house
III.153Drug Death Penalty
III.154Drug Death Penalty - Press
III.155Drug - Capital offense S2805
III.156Death Penalty
III.158MM's file
III.159 Congressional Record , October 8, 1986
III.1510 Congressional Record , October 10, 1986
III.1511MM Remarks on Drug Bill
III.1512Press Conference
III.1513Drug Control Act
III.1514Anti-Drug campaign
III.1515 Congressional Record , September 26, 1986
III.161Congressional Record [Anti-Drug Abuse Act], 1986 September 25
III.162Drug Bill, 1986
III.163Drug Czar, 1986
III.164Death Penalty [drug trafficking crimes], 1986
III.165 Congressional Record , September 12, 1986
III.166 Congressional Record , September 27, 1986
III.167Drug Resolution (media commission), 1986
III.168Correspondence, 1986
III.169Bill comparisons
III.1612 Congressional Record , October 17, 1986
III.172Bicentennial Constitution
III.173Non-smokers Rights Act S1937
III.174Testimony - Pro Life Action Task Force
III.175Miscellaneous statements
III.176Faircloth, Tom - USPS
III.177-9Henry Flipper Stamp
III.1710Thank you letters/senators
III.1711continuing resolutions, FY 1987
III.181-2Memos (99th)
III.194-5Immigration S2222

B. Woodie Woodward Files

The legislative aides kept files under their own names, and their files have been retained as named. Arrangement is by subject, generally alphabetical.
Woodward held various positions in the Mattingly office, among them staff director. Much of the research necessary to prepare legislation was under her direction.
III.201Legislation/Senator, 1985
III.202-397th Congress
III.204Amendments sponsored by Mattingly: 97th Congress
III.205Bills sponsored by MM, 98th Congress
III.206Amendments sponsored by MM, 98th Congress
III.20798th Congress
III.208Amendments co-sponsored by MM, 98th Congress
III.209Bills outlined 98th and 99th Congress
III.2010Bills co-sponsored by MM 98th and 99th Congress
III.211Bills sponsored by MM 99th Congress
III.212Bills co-sponsored by MM 97th Congress
III.213Bills co-sponsored by MM 99th Congress
III.214Amendments co-sponsored by MM 99th Congress
III.221Federal Prison/Brunswick
III.222Chickamauga - Highway 27
III.223Brunswick Port Authority
III.224Constitution Commission
III.225Fred Davison
III.226Selective Service Registration
III.227Draft/Student aid
III.228Hayakawa - Mattingly amendment
III.229Hearing on Solomon Amendment
III.2210Selective Service Court Cases
III.231S2573 - 250th Anniversary of Georgia
III.232Impact aid
III.233Governor Joe Frank Harris
III.234-5Carl Vinson Institute of Government
III.236Miscellaneous office information
III.241Pre-legislative forum, November 1984
III.242Trip to Taiwan
III.251TRIAD Sales Corporation
III.252Tuition Tax credits
III.253Urban Development Action grant
III.254Underground Atlanta
III.255Vidalia - Legal Services
III.256Water Pollution Control Act
III.261Voting Rights
III.262-3Voting Rights Act
III.264Voting Rights Act - print material
III.271-3Women's Issues

C. Scott Dix Files

Dix, another legislative aide, was assigned the subjects: Labor, Civil Service, Justice, Government Services and Transportation. This subseries contains information obtained and used toward legislation in all those areas.
III.281Tax Conference, September 26, 1986
III.284Cox Enterprises, Inc.
III.285Georgia Municipal Association Transition Rule
III.286Complete Contract Method
III.287Fort Howard Paper Company
III.288Original Appalachian Artwork
III.289Joint Taxation
III.2810Mattingly Tax amendment notes
III.2811Tax amnesty notes
III.2812Atlanta airport
III.2813Highway billboards
III.2814Columbus Highway information
III.2815Hartsfield Customs
III.2816FLETC [Federal Law Enforcement Training Center]
III.2817Labor (general)
III.2818Federal mandates
III.291National Contract Towers Program
III.292Joint Economic Committee
III.293Hobbs Act information
III.294Highway Reauthorization
III.295Kroger Labor information
III.296Peachtree Industrial Highway Project
III.297Piedmont air route
III.298Pensions (general)
III.301Revenue Sharing
III.302Railroad retirement
III.303Staggers Act
III.304FY87 TPO Subcommittee
III.30513 (c) transit information
III.306Toll roads
III.309Important letters
III.3010Waynesboro Post Office
III.3011Chickamauga highway
III.311Garcia Court decision
III.313Augusta Railroad Crossing
III.314Beer bill information
III.315Gwinnett Airport
III.316US-Japan air route agreement
III.317S2181 Double Breasting bill
III.318CDBG [Community Development Block Grant]
III.3110Vehicle logs
III.3111Supplemental appropriations, 1986
III.321Supplemental appropriations, FY 1986
III.322-7MARTA lawsuit
III.331MARTA lawsuit
III.332-6Talmadge Bridge
III.341-4Talmadge Bridge

D. Dick Ribbentrop Files

Dick Ribbentrop was legislative director and had responsibilities in the areas of Defense, Foreign Policy and Appropriations, all of which generated extensive files. Senator Mattingly as chair of the subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations, wrote bills to include aid to the "Contras" in Nicaragua. Documentation is found in this sub-series. Work on a constitutional amendment and later a bill to provide President Reagan with authority for a line item veto brought Mattingly publicity and recognition. Research was done concerning needs of the Brunswick Port and a bill introduced for improving facilities there.
1. Foreign policy files
III.352Caribbean Basin Initiative
III.353Central America
III.354China - Avionics sale
III.355El Salvador
III.372Korean Air Lines Flight 007
III.376Palestinians and PLO
III.382Saudi Arabia
III.383South Africa
III.391Soviet Jewry
III.392Soviet Union
III.393United Nations pensions
2. Defense files
III.401-3Arms Control
III.411Agent Orange
III.412Alternate Fighter Engine F15, F16
III.413Architects/Engineers Contract SVCS
III.414US Air Force Reorganizations and Deployments
III.415Battleship modernization
III.416Bradley Fighting Vehicle
III.417B-1 Bomber
III.421C-130 Hercules
III.422Chemical weapons
III.423Chemical letter to president
III.424GBU [Guided Bomb Unit]
III.425Light Infantry Division
III.433-4Selective Service
III.441-2MX Missiles
III.445Special Air Mission - Gulfstream III
III.451-2Strategic Defense Initiative
III.453Trident Sub and Missile
III.454USS Georgia
III.461-4Lockheed C-5
III.481Lockheed speeches
III.482Lockheed C-5B
III.483Lockheed Hourly Employees
III.484-5Military aircraft
III.493Consultants - Bills and Amendments
III.494Consultants - Administrative Conference
III.501Consultant Services Appropriations
III.502GAO Briefing - Contract Support Services
III.503Contract Services - Budget Analysis, FY 1986
III.504DOD President's Budget, FY 1986
III.505GAO Briefing - CSS, August 1985
III.506Contract Services - Budget Analysis, FY 1985
III.507Analysis, Briefing, etc., FY 1984
III.508Federal Contracts over $10000, 1983-1985
III.511MILCON - Central America
III.512MILCON, FY 1985
III.513Urgent Supplemental H.J. Res. 492
III.514MILCON, FY 1984
III.521-2Military Construction Appropriations, FY 1984
III.523MILCON Sub-committee hearings, Sen. Mattingly, chair
III.524AWACS to Saudi Arabia, 1981
III.525MILCON, FY 1986
III.526MILCON Reprogramming Requests
III.527Pershing II MILCON Reprogramming, etc.
III.531NATO Infrastructure Account
III.532Air Guard Communications Unit - St. Simons
III.533Light Infantry Division
III.534Deficit Reduction Package
III.535MILCON, FY 1986
III.536Military Franchise Operations
III.537Military Franchise - Fast Food
III.541-3Kings Bay Base
III.551-3Senator Mattingly
III.554Appropriations, 1985
III.555Defense Appropriations, FY 1987
III.556Defense Authorization, FY 1987
III.557Senate Computers
III.558Urgent Supplemental: HR5922 HR6685, FY 1982
3. Appropriations
III.561Supplemental Appropriations, FY 1983
III.562Jobs Bill, 1983
III.563Continuing Resolution #2, FY 1983
III.564Appropriations: State, Justice, Commerce, FY 1983
III.565Appropriations: Energy and Water, FY 1984
III.566Appropriations: Foreign Operations, FY 1984
III.567Appropriations: HUD, FY 1984
III.568Appropriations: Interior, FY 1984
III.569Appropriations/Budget Process, FY 1984
III.571-20Appropriations Bills, 1984-1985
III.581D.C. Appropriations, 1984
III.582-15Appropriations, FY 1986
4. General files
III.591Consultant Fees
III.592Roger Chapin
III.593Budget Freeze, [1983]
III.594Foreign Policy
III.595Army Educational Levels
III.596U.S. Customs Service
III.597Gas Centrifuge Enrichment Plant
III.598Government Printing Office
III.599Hart Building
III.5910Inspectors General
III.601U.S. Capitol - West Front
III.602Congressional Pages
III.603Amendment to prohibit pay raise
III.604McDonnell - Douglas
III.605Moody Air Force Base
III.606Morehouse Medical School
III.607National Institiute for Occupational Safety and Health
III.608Northrup Corporation
III.609Pratt and Whitney
III.6010Property Review Board
III.6011Bill Lentz
III.6012Rockwell International
III.6013Nuclear Freeze
III.6014V.A. Debt Collection
III.6015Savannah State ROTC
III.6016Savannah River Bridge
III.6017Technicians, Guard and Reserve
III.611Southwest Connector - Hunter AFB
III.612Standard Container Co.
III.614Defense Expenditures, FY 1984
III.615MILCON - Hazardous Waste
III.616C-5 overrun
III.617Statesboro SAC Station
III.618Teledyne CAE
III.619Thunderbolt Marine
III.6110V.A. Medical Clinic, Savannah
III.6111Veterans Administration, Georgia
III.6112Warner-Robins, Air Logistics Center
III.621Spain-Italy trip, April-May 1983
III.622Report on Spain-Italy trip
III.623Mobile Subscriber Equipment Demonstration
III.624Jewish Agency for Israel
III.625Central America
III.631Atlanta University
III.632Brunswick Port Authority
III.633Bulldog Military Operations Area
III.634Congressional Sunbelt Council
III.635Burlap Bags
III.636Cable Television
III.637Consumable Supply (Defense)
III.638Civil Defense
III.639Dobbins Air Force Base
III.6310Court of Appeals Building, Atlanta
III.641-2Defense Dept. Expenditures, Georgia
III.643Drug War
III.644Fish Hatchery
III.651Fort Benning
III.652Fort Gordon
III.653Fort Gillem
III.654-5Fort McPherson
III.656Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield
III.657-8Fort Stewart - Housing
III.661Georgia Tech - SDI
III.662Gould Corporation
III.663Grumman Aerospace Corporation
III.664Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
III.665-7Jebco, Inc.
III.671-2L Reactor, Savannah River Plant
III.673School of the Americas, Liberty County, GA
III.674Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany
III.681-2Military Construction - HR5052 (Contra Aid), FY 1987
III.694Central America/Honduras Briefing Book
III.701MILCON BILLS [Military Construction - Contra Aid, Nicaraguan support], 1985-1986
III.702CENTRAL AMERICA - Briefing Books [Contra aid; Central America Democracy, Peace and Development Initiative], 1984
III.703Central America/El Salvador - Briefing Books [U.S. military activities in El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua], 1984
III.704Aid to the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance - Briefing Book
III.705MILCON Itemized Budget, July 31, 1986
III.706MILCON Titles II and III [Statements, letters, and analysis of assistance to Centeral America and Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance; Contra Aid]
III.707Bills, Amendments, Resolutions [military construction appropriations, McCurdy Amendment]
III.711Aid to Contras: Congressional Record, March 26, 1986
III.712From Revolution to Repression, U.S. State Dept.
III.713Sandinistas - Print Material
III.714Report on H.R. 5052
III.715U.S. State and Defense Departments: Publications on Central America
III.716Turmoil in Central America, published by Independence Institute
III.721Correspondence (to Sen. Mattingly)
III.722-6Line Item Veto
III.731-5Line Item Veto

E. Issues

The same type of subjects are treated in this subseries as in the previous three, but without overlap or repetition. Bills and amendments with background materials are interspersed with correspondence and informational papers.
III.741Banking bill, S1609
III.742General Burdick
III.743Erskine Caldwell
III.744Cost of Living Increase (Social Security)
III.745Drought Relief, 1986
III.746Books to Len Elbert, Soviet Refusenik
III.747Energy/Water appropriations bill
III.748-9Enterprise Zones
III.751-2Enterprise Zones
III.753Financial Services Clarification Act
III.754Dan Frazier
III.755Bo Ginn
III.756John Herrington, DOE
III.758Senate Letters to President Reagan
III.759Senate letters
III.761-4Line item veto
III.771Malt Beverage Competition Act
III.772Martin Luther King Center/Combined Federal Campaign
III.773S.J. Res. 220: MM's National POW/MIA Recognition
III.774Oil/Gas Exploration
III.775R. N. "Buzz" Powell
III.776Romanian Human Rights
III.777Julian Bond/South Africa
III.778Soviet Human Rights letters
III.779Tax Reform
III.7710General Phillips, 3rd Infantry
III.7711-14Trade Cases
III.781Budget, FY 1987
III.782Balanced Budget Amendment
III.783-6Judge Harry Claiborne Impeachment
III.791-2Tax Reform
III.793Tax Breaks for Members
III.794Tax Cut Programs
III.795Tax Reform Legislation
III.796Tax 5.334 (withholding 10%)
III.797Economics Recovery Tax Act
III.798H.R. 2973 (to repeal withholding)
III.801Administration Tax Proposals
III.802Bankruptcy Judges and Courts
III.803Budget Folder, 1984
III.804Public Debt Ceiling Increase
III.805Economic Recovery
III.806Employee Stock Ownership Plan
III.807Excise Tax on Alcoholic Beverages
III.808Federal Unemployment Tax Increase
III.809Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act, 1982
III.8010Industrial Development Bond Proposals
III.8011International Monetary Fund
III.8012Individual Retirement Accounts
III.8013IRS Vehicle Mileage Logbooks
III.811MM Statement: Monetary and Fiscal Policy
III.812Voucher: The future of monetary policy
III.813Lease Financing Reform Act of 1982
III.814MM Amendment to Tax Act, 1982
III.815Securities Exchange
III.816S1607 Income Tax Deduction
III.817Taxpayer Protection Amendment (MM co-sponsor)
III.818Generation - skipping Transfer Tax
III.819S2214, To exempt interest (MM co-sponsor)
III.8110SJ Res. 58, Balanced Budget information
III.8111Supply-side economics
III.8113Targeted jobs tax credit
III.821Drought Disaster Relief (Mattingly legislation)
III.822Mattingly Disaster Payment
III.823A.I.D. Amendment (Mattingly)
III.824Energy and Water Development Appropriations HR 5162
III.825-7HJ Res 738 Continuing Appropriations, FY 1987
III.828Prompt Payment Act
III.829Georgia Tech Appropriations requests
III.831Farmer Cooperatives (MM bill)
III.832Water Resources Act (MM statement), 1985
III.833Liability Insurance
III.834Water Resources Development Act, 1986
III.835Georgia Wilderness legislation
III.836Appropriations requests for Georgia
III.837Port Development: Research and Staff notes
III.838Ports: Information
III.839Deep draft vessels
III.841-4Port Development
III.845Appropriations for Georgia Tech
III.846Mattingly Amendment to Farm Bill, 1981
III.851Nunn/Mattingly Amendment: Chattahoochee
III.852Discussion: Peanut Program, 1985
III.853Peanuts and Tobacco, 1986
III.854Land Swap (proposed) in North Georgia
III.855Flooding in Clayton County
III.856Cumberland Island Wilderness bill
III.857Little Cumberland Island
III.858Correspondence: Various Topics
III.859Interior Appropriations: Georgia
III.8510Disaster Relief, 1986
III.8511Farm Programs
III.8512Appropriations: Agriculture and Rural Development
III.8513Farm Cooperative: Mattingly Amendment
III.8514Appropriations: Various Requests
III.861-3GATT Ministerial, 1982
III.864Canada-US Interparliamentary Group, 1986
III.865Canada-US Interparliamentary Group, 1984
III.866Canada-US Interparliamentary Group, 1983
III.867Canada-US Interparliamentary Group, 1982
III.871Trade Items/File names
III.872Mattingly Trade Reorganization Plan
III.873Republican Platform, 1984
III.874Mexico-US Interparliamentary Conference, June 1983
III.875Agriculture Exports, 1983
III.876Poultry and Egg Exports, 1983
III.877US-European Commonwealth Relations
III.879Aviation Exports
III.8710International Monetary Policy
III.8711Thank you's for poultry letter
III.8712Brasseler of Savannah
III.8713Steel quotas
III.8714Tobacco exports
III.882Israel-US Trade
III.883Gray market autos
III.886MM Technology Task Force
III.887South Africa
III.888International Trade Issues, 1985-1986
III.889MM Trade Speeches, 1985-1986
III.8810MM Trade speeches, 1982-1984
III.891Trade: MM statements, staff memos, clippings, 1986
III.892Trade: MM statements, clippings, etc., August-December 1985
III.893Trade: MM statements, clippings, January-July 1985
III.894Trade: MM statements, clippings, 1984
III.895Trade: MM statements, clippings

F. Senator Mattingly's files

Legislative topics that the senator was especially interested in make up this file. Included are letters from President Reagan, and the secretaries of Defense and State.
III.901Defense Organization
III.902Military Construction Memo
III.903Budget Revisions, FY 1985
III.904Military Construction bill
III.905Fort Drum
III.906MX Missiles
III.907Military Retirees and Survivors
III.908Lockheed C-5
III.9010Holocaust Memorial Council
III.9012Strategic Arms Treaties
III.9013State Department
III.9014Strategic Defense Initiatives
III.9015School Prayer
III.9016United Nations
III.9017ABC News advertising

G. Bill file

Bills and resolutions by name or number are accompanied by pertinent information on each.
III.911S 2930
III.912Schransky release
III.913UN appropriations amendment
III.914S 2489
III.915S 602 Radio Marti
III.916S 747 Currency to Vietnam
III.917S 858 Veterans Affairs/Judiciary
III.918S 995 Exon's Compensation bill
III.919S 1145 Rec Catholic War Vets
III.9110S 1465 Halleck Building
III.9111S 1324
III.9112S 1613
III.9113S 1757
III.9114S 1806
III.9115S 1814
III.9116S 1873
III.9117S 1880
III.9118S 1893
III.9119S 1904
III.9120S 2017 IRS Military homes
III.9121S 2083
III.9122S 2258
III.9123S 2413
III.9124S 2585
III.9125S 2720
III.9126S 2953
III.9127S 3008
III.9128S Res 16
III.9129S Res 57
III.9130S Res 100
III.9131S Res 104
III.9132S Res 112
III.9133S Res 137
III.9134S Res 139
III.9135S Res 148
III.9136S Res 201
III.9137S Res 212
III.9138S Con Res 15
III.9139S Con Res 70
III.9140S Con Res 75
III.9141S Con Res 80
III.9142S Con Res 85
III.9143S Con Res 191
III.9144S Con Res 126
III.9145S J Res 31
III.9146S J Res 51
III.9147S J Res 97
III.9148S J Res 104
III.9149S J Res 106
III.9150S J Res 171
III.9151S J Res 227
III.921S J Res 241
III.922S J Res 268
III.923S J Res 336
III.924S Amendment No 1481
III.925Coalition of Enlisted Wives
III.926Defense money in Georgia
III.927Military Retirement
III.929Kings Bay information
III.9210Veterans General information
III.9211African Famine information
III.9212S J Res 155

H. Voting Record

The Voting Record contains the individual voting record of Senator Mattingly from 1981 to 1986. There is also a complete set of Mattingly's legislative activities from January 5, 1981 to December 5, 1986 that was prepared by the Senate Computer Center. Arrangement is chronological.
III.931Mattingly memos, 1981-1982
III.932-7Record 96th Congress, 1980
III.941-5Record 97th Congress, 1981
III.951-5Record 97th Congress, 1982
III.961-4Record 98th Congress, 1983
III.971-3Record 98th Congress, 1984
III.974Summary Mattingly votes, 1981-1984
III.981Summary of record votes for Mattingly, 1985
III.982-5Record 99th Congress, 1985
III.991Summary of record votes for Mattingly, 1986
III.992-5Record 99th Congress, 1986
III.996Voting Record analysis, 1981
III.1001Legislative Activities, January 5, 1981-January 2, 1983
III.1002Legislative Activities, January 3, 1983-January 2, 1985
III.1003Legislative Activities, January 5, 1985-December 5, 1986
III.101Voting Records

Series IV. Constituent Services

41 box(es) (7 linear feet), 329 reels microfilm
The majority of this series is made up of issue mail, which consists of correspondence containing information on constituents' views and questions about current events or public issues. Each issue was arranged by a computer-assigned number. A staff member then would code replies by subject(s) for entry into a computer-based correspondence management system.Also included in this series is the output from the Senate Automated Indexing System. The system produced an index which then could be sorted by constituent name, subject, date, document number or responsible staff member's name. A library index encyclopedia is also available to identify the response sent to constituents on any particular issue.Copies of the issue mail were microfilmed for the years 1981 to 1983.

A. Case Management Status

IV.11Office Management Weekly Report, November 1986-January 1985
IV.12Topic Breakdown, November 1986-December 1983
IV.13Correspondent's Output, November 1986-January 1985
IV.14Tickler Management Status, November 1986-December 1984
IV.15Weekly History Report, November 1986-September 1986
IV.16Weekly History Report Sorted by Constituent, October 1986
IV.17Frequency of items, August 1986-December 1984
IV.21Frequency of items, October 1986-December 1984
IV.22Unused Case Items, October 1986-January 1985
IV.23Frequency of Case Items, May 1986-January 1986
IV.24-6Aide's Report to Open Cases, December 1986
IV.31-2Aide's Report of Open Cases, 1986
IV.33Abstract Report, 1986
IV.34Weekly Report, 1986
IV.35Aggregated Report of Open Cases, 1986

B. Library Item Encyclopedia

IV.59Annual Report for, 1981-1985

C. Black Bars


D. Legislative Mail

IV.14197th Congress Aging-Immigration
IV.14297th Congress Medicare-Special
IV.14397th Congress Crime-Housing
IV.14497th Congress Human Resources-Special
IV.14598th Congress - Singles

E. Microfilm

1. Name Reports
IV.151Addams, Marvin thru Baggett, Amy, 12-05-86
IV.152Baggett, Angie thru Biden, Joseph Hon, 12-05-86
IV.153Biden, Joseph Hon. thru Brogley, Charles, 12-05-86
IV.154Brogley, Charles thru Burnett, Brandon, 12-05-86
IV.155Burnett, Brandon thru Chatraw, E., 12-05-86
IV.156Chatraw, Earl thru Cothron, E.J., 12-05-86
IV.157Cothron, J.F. thru Dean, James, 12-05-86
IV.158Dean, James thru Dreher, Gene, 12-05-86
IV.159Dreher, Gene thru Faust, Sam, 12-05-86
IV.1510Faust, Sam thru Garrett, David, 12-05-86
IV.1511Garrett, David thru Griffin, Oliver, 12-05-86
IV.1512Griffin, Oliver thru Hardeman, Dave, 12-05-86
IV.1513Hardeman, Dave thru Hicks, Judith, 12-05-86
IV.1514Hicks, Judy thru Hunnicutt, Kenneth, 12-05-86
IV.1515Hunnicutt, Kenneth thru Jones, J.B., 12-05-86
IV.1516Jones, J.B. thru Kilpatrick, Jim, 12-05-86
IV.1517Kilpatrick, Joe thru Lemcke, Robert, 12-05-86
IV.1518Lemen, Suzanne thru Marshall, Verlie, 12-05-86
IV.1519Marshall, Verlie thru McNeill, Sandra, 12-05-86
IV.1520McNeill, Sheila thru Modig, Phillip, 12-05-86
IV.1521Modin, C.T. thru Niblett, H.F., 12-05-86
IV.1622Niblett, H.F. thru Pearson, B.R., 12-05-86
IV.1623Pearson, Barbara thru Puryear, Walter, 12-05-86
IV.1624Puryear, Walther thru Ricks, Todd, 12-05-86
IV.1625Ricks, Todd thru Sayad, Edward, 12-05-86
IV.1626Sayad, Edward thru Sledo, Warren, 12-05-86
IV.1627Sledge, Abery thru Steranka, Shirley, 12-05-86
IV.1628Steranka, Shirley thru Tarpley, Elaine, 12-05-86
IV.1629Tarpley, Elaine thru Tushek, Gorton, 12-05-86
IV.1630Tushim, Michael thru Weicker, Lowell, 12-05-86
IV.1631Weicher, Lowell thru Wilson, Magdalene, 12-05-86
IV.1632Wilson, Magdalene thru Young, Susan, 12-05-86
IV.1633Young, Sweet thru Zyvith, Brenda, 12-05-86
2. Master Alphabetized Mailing List
IV.161Aadams, Marvin thru Banks, Timothy, 12-04-86
IV.162Banks, Tony thru Booher, J.B., 12-04-86
IV.163Booher, P.E. thru Burgess, D.M., 12-04-86
IV.164Burgess, D.R. thru Christian, Ela, 12-04-86
IV.165Christian, Ela thru Crim, Claudia, 12-04-86
IV.166Crim, David thru Donaldson, Edytha, 12-04-86
IV.167Donaldson, Edytha thru Faulkender, Kell, 12-04-86
IV.168Faulker, S.J. thru Gibson, E.W., 12-04-86
IV.179Gibson, E.W. thru Halliman, Columbus, 12-04-86
IV.1710Halliman, Jean thru Hicks, Jackie, 12-04-86
IV.1711Hicks, James thru Irish, Robert, 12-04-86
IV.1712Irish, Robert thru Kellogg, Murray, 12-04-86
IV.1713Kellom, Jinny thru Leonard, William, 12-04-86
IV.1714Leonard, William thru Matthews, David, 12-04-86
IV.1715Matthews, David thru Milligan, Billy, 12-04-86
IV.1716Milligan, Carol Ann - Newton, Stephen, 12-04-86
IV.1717Newton, Sterling thru Reese, Marilyn, 12-04-86
IV.1718Peters, David thru Reese, Marilyn, 12-04-86
IV.1719Reese, Marilyn thru Sapp, Rarnell, 12-04-86
IV.1720Sapp, Patrice thru Smith, E.W., 12-04-86
IV.1721Smith, Earl thru Stroz, W.T., 12-04-86
IV.1722Strozer, Cora thru Trust Family, 12-04-86
IV.1723Trust, C. thru Welch, Robert, 12-04-86
IV.1724Welch, Robert thru Wood, Mack, 12-04-86
IV.1725Wood, Mae thru Zyvith, Brenda, 12-04-86
3. Second Alphabetized Mailing List
IV.171Aagaard, Anita thru Barnette, Odell, 12-04-86
IV.172Barnette, W.O. thru Bramble, James, 12-04-86
IV.173Bramble, Marianne thru Campbell, Vickie, 12-04-86
IV.184Campbell, Victoria thru Conner, Miriam, 12-04-86
IV.185Conner, Myrtie thru DeMiguel Family, 12-04-86
IV.186Demille Family thru Ezzard, Mary, 12-04-86
IV.187Ezzard, Mary Ann thru Gibson, Cheryl, 12-04-86
IV.188Gibson, Christine thru Haney Family, 12-04-86
IV.189Haney Family thru Haney, Michael, 12-04-86
IV.1810Haney, Millard thru Hokkanen Family, 12-04-86
IV.1811Hokkanen, James thru Johnson Family, 12-04-86
IV.1812Johnson Family thru Kraft Family, 12-04-86
IV.1813Kraft Family thru Maddox, G.S., 12-04-86
IV.1814Maddox, Gary thru Meadows, Sylvia, 12-04-86
IV.1815Meadows, Terry thru Nechtman, James, 12-04-86
IV.1816Neckes, Sandra thru Pearson Family, 12-04-86
IV.1817Person Family thru Rhodes, Frank, 12-04-86
IV.1818Rhodes, Frank thru Scovill, Christine, 12-04-86
IV.1819Scovill, Donald thru Spanjer, R. Allan, 12-04-86
IV.1820Spanjer, Richard thru Thomas, Julie, 12-04-86
IV.1821Thomas, Juliet thru Ward, Timothy, 12-04-86
IV.1822Ward, Tommy thru Wilson, James, 12-04-86
IV.1823Wilson, James thru Zywien, David, 12-04-86
4. Numerical listings
IV.1811061-01-3021 thru 1105-01-3182 (neg.)
IV.1821110-01-3001 thru 1121-32-80 (neg.)
IV.1931121-01-3207 thru 1162-05-3166 (neg.)
IV.1941049-01-3001 thru 1129-01-1007
IV.1951124-01-1091 thru 1139-01-3216
IV.1961139-01-3229 thru 1212-07-1115
IV.1971212-07-1122 thru 1232-04-3031
IV.1981232-04-3032 thru 1240-11-3142
IV.1991327-06-2079 thru 1336-06-2018
IV.19101336-06-2018 thru 1350-02-1094
IV.19111350-02-1095 thru 1345-06-2030
IV.19122063-55-3135 thru 2069-11-3076
IV.19132069-11-3076 thru 2071-31-3181
IV.19142182-06-3315 thru 2182-06-3991
IV.19152293-06-1028 thru 2284-02-1019
IV.19162280-02-1002 thru 2279-0211
IV.19173017-63-118 thru 3011-06-30015
IV.19183011-06-30015 thru 3004-50-1003
IV.19193032-50-1005 thru 3019-50-1001
IV.19203033-04-3001 thru 3026-03-215
IV.19213034-50-1002 thru 3052-50-1008
IV.1922Communist agents-Petition Congress
IV.1923Charnow, Hunter-Ruffing, Lynn
IV.1924Johnson, Donna-Petition Congress
IV.2025Adain, Diane-Markle, Todd
IV.2026Mancuso, Philip-Lee, Duncan
IV.20273081-04-3001 thru 3081-04-1009
IV.20283093-02-1001 thru 3091-50-1001
IV.20293095-05-3001 thru 3097-04-3023
IV.20303102-02-3001 thru 3101-06-3001
IV.20313101-06-3185 thru 3104-06-3316
IV.20323104-06-3138 thru 3108-06-3325
IV.20333108-06-3001 thru 3104-06-3317
IV.20343105-02-1003 thru 3130-02-1062
IV.20353126-02-1128 thru 3129-06-3082
IV.20363129-06-3083 thru 3132-06-3181
IV.20373132-06-3557 thru 3132-50-1026
IV.20383144-04-1003 thru 3135-50-1001
IV.20393144-06-3001 thru 3137-06-4333
IV.20403137-06-3001 thru 3158-06-3077
IV.20413158-06-3078 thru 3160-06-3110
IV.20423160-06-3111thru 3160-06-3207
IV.20433165-02-1022 thru 3174-02-1031
IV.20444037-02-101 thru 4058-04-1001
IV.21454041-05-3001 thru 4065-06-30119
IV.21464065-06-3213 thru 4083-06-3166
IV.21474086-06-3033 thru 4128-04-5365
IV.21484003-02-1001 thru 4030-06-2061
IV.21494030-06-2062 thru 4054-06-2020
IV.21504054-06-2021 thru 4073-06-2005
IV.21514173-06-2006 thru 4090-02-1041
IV.21524090-02-1042 thru 4109-03-1004
IV.21534110-02-1001 thru 4128-04-1008
IV.21544131-02-1095 thru 4137-04-3881
IV.21554142-03-1001 thru 4144-06-3003
IV.21564145-02-1001 thru 4153-06-3389
IV.21574153-06-3489 thru 4160-04-3029
IV.21584160-06-3001 thru 4172-02-1045
IV.21594172-02-1045 thru 4212-02-1001
IV.21604212-022 thru 4223-02-1005
IV.21614223-02-1006 thru 4241-06-3056
IV.21624241-06-3057 thru 4261-06-3486
IV.21634262-02-1001 thru 4269-04-3295
IV.21643011-06-2001 thru 3035-05-3108
IV.21653035-05-3108 thru 3056-03-081
IV.22663056-03-081 thru 3073-06-3163
IV.22673073-06-3164 thru 4270-06-3096
IV.22684270-02-3090 thru 4290-06-3001
IV.22694290-06-3041 thru 4311-06-3016
IV.22704311-06-3031 thru 4330-63-019
IV.22714339-06-3016 thru 4353-06-3022
IV.22723077-06-3001 thru 3083-06-3168
IV.22733083-06-3168 thru 3091-06-2016
IV.22743091-06-2016 thru 3145-02-1020
IV.22753145-02-1022thru 3173-06-3073
IV.22763173-06-3073 thru 3192-02-1031
IV.22773192-02-1031 thru Endangered Species
IV.22793203-02-1050 thru 3216-06-3096
IV.22803217-04-3001 thru 3233-02-1012
IV.22813233-02-2014 thru 3241-06-3059
IV.22823241-06-3060 thru 3255-05-053120
IV.22833255-05-3121 thru 3257-06-3040
IV.22843257-06-3041 thru 3264-02-1105
IV.22853264-04-3012 thru 3272-02-1004
IV.22863272-02-1020 thru 3279-06-3108

Series V. Scrapbooks

28 volume(s) (9 linear feet)
These scrapbooks were compiled by the senator's staff and family. Recorded are the highlights of the senator's political career and campaigns. Scrapbook volumes 1-26 have also been microfilmed.
V.1Scrapbook, 1976-1980
1:1(Campaign) Scrapbook Volume 1 [microfilm], 1979 September-1980 October
1(Campaign) Scrapbook Volume 1, 1979 September-1980 October
1:2(End of Campaign) Scrapbook Volume 2 [microfilm], 1980 October-1981 January
2(End of Campaign) Scrapbook Volume 2, 1980 October-1981 January
1:3Scrapbook Volume 3 [microfilm], 1981 January-March
3Scrapbook Volume 3, 1981 January-March
1:4Scrapbook Volume 4 [microfilm], 1981 March-April
4Scrapbook Volume 4, 1981 March-April
1:5Scrapbook Volume 5 [microfilm], 1981 May-June
5Scrapbook Volume 5, 1981 May-June
1:6Scrapbook Volume 6 [microfilm], 1981 June-August
6Scrapbook Volume 6, 1981 June-August
1:7Scrapbook Volume 7 [microfilm], 1981 August-October
7Scrapbook Volume 7, 1981 August-October
1:8Scrapbook Volume 8 [microfilm], 1981 October-1982 January
8Scrapbook Volume 8, 1981 October-1982 January
1:9Scrapbook Volume 9 [microfilm], 1982 January-April
9Scrapbook Volume 9, 1982 January-April
1:10Scrapbook Volume 10 [microfilm], 1982 April-August
10Scrapbook Volume 10, 1982 April-August
1:11Scrapbook Volume 11 [microfilm], 1982 August-November
11Scrapbook Volume 11, 1982 August-November
1:12Scrapbook Volume 12 [microfilm], 1982 November-1983 February
12Scrapbook Volume 12, 1982 November-1983 February
2:13Scrapbook Volume 13 [microfilm], 1983 February-July
13Scrapbook Volume 13, 1983 February-July
2:14Scrapbook Volume 14 [microfilm], 1983 July-December
14Scrapbook Volume 14, 1983 July-December
2:15Scrapbook Volume 15 [microfilm], 1984 January-June
15Scrapbook Volume 15, 1984 January-June
2:16Scrapbook Volume 16 [microfilm], 1984 June-July
16Scrapbook Volume 16, 1984 June-July
2:17Scrapbook Volume 17 [microfilm], 1984 August-1985 January
17Scrapbook Volume 17, 1984 August-1985 January
2:18Scrapbook Volume 18 [microfilm], 1985 January-April
18Scrapbook Volume 18, 1985 January-April
2:19Scrapbook Volume 19 [microfilm], 1985 April-June
19Scrapbook Volume 19, 1985 April-June
2:20Scrapbook Volume 20 [microfilm], 1985 June-October
20Scrapbook Volume 20, 1985 June-October
3:21Scrapbook Volume 21 [microfilm], 1985 October-December
21Scrapbook Volume 21, 1985 October-December
3:22Scrapbook Volume 22 [microfilm], 1986 January-March
21Scrapbook Volume 22, 1986 January-March
3:23Scrapbook Volume 23 [microfilm], 1986 March-June
21Scrapbook Volume 23, 1986 March-June
3:24Scrapbook Volume 24 [microfilm], 1986 June-August
24Scrapbook Volume 24, 1986 June-August
3:25Scrapbook Volume 25 [microfilm], 1986 August-October
24Scrapbook Volume 25, 1986 August-October
3:26Scrapbook Volume 26 [microfilm], October-November 1986
24Scrapbook Volume 26, October-November 1986
27Scrapbook Volume 27, 1975 April-1977 July
4:3[microfilm], 1981 January-March
4:4[microfilm], 1981 March-April
4:5[microfilm], 1981 April-June
4:6[microfilm], 1981 June-August
4:7[microfilm], 1981 August-October
4:8[microfilm], 1981 October-1982 January
4:9[microfilm], 1982 January-April

Series VI. Political Activities

9 box(es) (4.25 linear feet)
This series documents Mattingly's involvement with the Barry Goldwater Presidential campaign in 1964, his unsuccessful campaign for the Georgia 8th District US Congressional seat in 1966, his political activities with the Georgia Republican Party during the sixties and seventies, and his re-election campaign for the US Senate in 1986. Included in this series is correspondence, clippings, polling data and surveys. Arrangement is chronological.A researcher should review the 1979-1981 scrapbooks for more information on Matttingly's 1980 U.S. Senate campaign. This is available on microfilm, roll 1.
VI.11Republican National Convention, 1964
VI.12Correspondence--Goldwater campaign, 1963-1964
VI.13Press releases, clippings, 1964
VI.14Campaign brochures and bumperstickers, "Mattingly for Congress"
VI.15Press releases, 1966
VI.16Budget, 1966
VI.17Speeches, circa 1966
VI.18Telegrams, 1966
VI.19Correspondence, June-July 1966
VI.110Correspondence, August-November 1966
VI.111Clippings, 1966
VI.112Campaign, 1966
VI.1138th District and Glynn County Republican Conventions, 1966
VI.114Georgia Republican Party, 1968-1969
VI.21"A New Face for the Georgia GOP," Atlanta Constitution, September 28, 1975
VI.22-3Georgia Republican Party, 1975
VI.24-6Georiga Republican Party, 1976-1977
VI.27Georgia Republican Party, 1977-1978
VI.28Georgia Republican Party, 1978-1980
VI.31US Senate Campaign, 1979
VI.32Itineraries, 1980
VI.33Campaign news releases, 1980
VI.41Georgia Statewide Senate Study, February 1982
VI.42Georgia Statewide Data, September 1983
VI.43-4Georgia Statewide Study, December 1984
VI.45Georga Statewide Analysis, January 1985
VI.46Georgia Statewide Survey, July 1985
VI.47Georgia Statewide Study Data, November 1985
VI.51Georgia Statewide Data, March 1986
VI.52Georgia Statewide Study, March 7-16, 1986
VI.53Georgia Statewide Study Data, June 1986
VI.54Georgia Statewide Study Summary Tables, July 1986
VI.55Georgia Statewide Study Data, August 1986
VI.56Georgia Statewide Study Data, September 1986
VI.61Georgia Statewide Tracking, September/October 1986
VI.62Georgia Tracking, Week 1 (Days 1-7), October 1986
VI.63Georgia Statewide Tracking, Week 2, (October 5-9, 1986)
VI.64Georgia Statewide Tracking Week 3, October 1986
VI.65Georgia Statewide Tracking Daily Breaks/Verbatims, October 1986
VI.66Georgia Tracking Data, October 7, 1986
VI.67Georgia Tracking, Data, October 19-24, 1986
VI.68Georgia Statewide Tracking, Data, October 25-30, 1986
VI.69Georgia Tracking, Data, October 28-November 2, 1986
VI.71-2Georgia Minimum Winning Coalition Analysis, January 1985
VI.73Georgia Trend Tables, November 1985
VI.74Georgia Trend Tables, January 1986
VI.75Georgia Trend Tables, March 1986
VI.76Georgia Trend Tables, September 1986
VI.77Georgia 6th Congressional District Data, May 1986
VI.78Georgia 6th Congressional District Data, September 1986
VI.79Georgia Cluster Analysis, May 1986
VI.710Georgia Focus Groups, August 1986
VI.81Voting Results, election, 1980
VI.82Party Identification by Region--Georgia, 1979-1986
VI.83Opinion Research--Summary of findings, Survey, Fall 1983
VI.84Campaign Packet, 1986
VI.85Endorsements, 1986
VI.86Consession Statement, November 1986
VI.87Republican State Convention, Statement by Mattingly, May 1987
VI.88National Republican Foundation, 1986-1987
VI.89Senate Race, 1986
VI.810Georgia Statewide Viewpoint, National Republican Senatorial Committee, May 31-June 2, 1990
VI.811Report of Election Returns, 1990
VI.812Georiga US Senate Primary, 1990
VI.813Georgia Primary Statewide Data, September 3-4, 1991
VI.814Contents Questionnaire
VI.815Current Voting Intentions
VI.816Issues and Perceptions
VI.817Background Information, 1991
VI.818Considerations in Running for US Senate, 1991
VI.819Vote Totals for Coverdell-Fowler Race, 1992
VI.820Georgia Voting Trends since, 1980
VI.821Georgia Congressional Districts, 1992
VI.822"Victory by Numbers", Time, November 21, 1994
VI.823 This Swing is Different, Analysis of 1994 Election Exit Polls , January 9, 1995
VI.824Methodolgy: Survey of Georgia General Election Voters, April 21-25, 1995
VI.825Georgia Statewide Survey Data and Analysis, 1993
VI.826Governor Zell Miller and the 1994 Election, 1994
VI.91Newsclippings, December-November 1986
VI.92Newsclippings, October 1986
VI.93Newsclippings, September 1986
VI.94Newsclippings, August 1986
VI.95Newsclippings, July 1986
VI.96Newsclippings, June 1986
VI.97Newsclippings, May 1986
VI.98Newsclippings, April 1986
VI.99Newsclippings, March-February 1986
VI.910Newsclippings, January 1986
VI.911Newsclippings, 1986
VI.912Newsclippings, 1985
VI.913Campaign Correspondence, 1986
VI.914Post-election correspondence
VI.915Georgia Republican Party, 1987

Series VII. Presidential Appointments

6 box(es) (3 linear feet)
In 1987, President Ronald Reagan appointed Mattingly Assistant Secretary General for Defense Support for NATO in Brussels, Belgium. While in Brussels, Mattingly was involve with such issues as defense and armaments planning. During this time, he was also in contact with the Georgia Republican Party and their activities in the state.He was later appointed as the United States Ambassador to the Republic of the Seychelles by President George Bush in 1992. He served in this position until 1993.This series includes speeches, NATO reports, articles written by Mattingly on a variety of topics, agendas, travel schedules, correspondence, and news articles. Arrangement is chronological.
VII.11Personal Correspondence A
VII.12Personal Correspondence B
VII.13Personal Correspondence C
VII.14Personal Correspondence D
VII.15Personal Correspondence E
VII.16Personal Correspondence F
VII.17Personal Correspondence G
VII.18Personal Correspondence H
VII.19Personal Correspondence J
VII.110Personal Correspondence K
VII.111Personal Correspondence L
VII.112Personal Correspondence M
VII.113Personal Correspondence N
VII.114Personal Correspondence O
VII.115Personal Correspondence P
VII.116Personal Correspondence Q, R
VII.117Personal Correspondence S
VII.118Personal Correspondence T
VII.119Personal Correspondence U-V
VII.120Personal Correspondence W
VII.121Personal Correspondence X-Y-Z
VII.122Request for Appointment
VII.123Clippings: NATO Appointment
VII.124Schedules, 1987
VII.125Invitations, 1987
VII.126Secretary General's Meeting with Senator Sam Nunn, November 6, 1987
VII.127Correspondence, 1987
VII.21Correspondence, 1987
VII.22NATO Press Releases, 1987
VII.23Defense News, 1987
VII.24Newsclippings, 1987
VII.25Speeches by Mattingly
VII.26Articles written by Mattingly
VII.27US Legislation, 1987
VII.28Line-Item Veto, 1987
VII.29Correspondence from Ronald Reagan re: Military Construction Appropriations bill Nicaraguan Freedom Fighters
VII.210Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission
VII.211Mattingly on Cutting Deficit
VII.212Georgia College Annual Report, 1985-1986
VII.213NATO Review, 1987
VII.214NATO's Sixteen Nations, 1987
VII.215Georgia Republican Party, Campaign, 1988
VII.216Speech Georgia GOP Convention, May 21, 1988
VII.217Department of Defense Citation, 1988
VII.218Programs and Schedules, 1988
VII.219-20Correspondence, 1988
VII.31North Atlantic Council Seating Chart, 1988
VII.32-3Articles: NATO, 1988
VII.34Article on Carolyn Mattingly, August 24, 1988
VII.35Articles by Mattingly, re: NATO, 1988
VII.36NATO Press Releases, 1988
VII.37Programs, 1988
VII.38Fouquet, David. "NATO sets up waste-capping trials" Jane's Defense Weekly, 26 March 1988
VII.39-10Defense News, 1988
VII.311-12Defense News, 1989
VII.313NATO Articles
VII.41NATO Conference of National Armament Directors, October 17-18, 1989
VII.42Mattingly, Mack. "Bird in the Hand--Case for Unmanned Air Vehicles," NATO's Sixteen Nations, October 1989
VII.43Speeches by Mattingly, 1989
VII.44Georgia Republican Party, 1989
VII.45Line-Item Veto
VII.46Press Release, 1989
VII.47Speeches re: NATO and defense, 1989
VII.48Visit to NATO Hawk Management Office, November 22, 1989
VII.49Strategic Forecasting and Study Centre, January 26-27, 1989
VII.410Ceremonies to Mark the 40th Anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, April 4, 1989
VII.411North Atlantic Council Meetings, 1989
VII.412Defense News, 1989
VII.413News articles about Mattingly
VII.414NATO's Sixteen Nations, 1989
VII.415Agendas and Schedules, 1989
VII.416Biographies--Mack and Carolyn Mattingly
VII.417NATO Armaments Cooperation Working Group, May 24, 1989
VII.418"Protection of Technology Options in The Arms Control Context," Conference, Institute of Foreign Policy Analysis, October 19, 1989
VII.419Correspondenc, 1989
VII.420Badges and Invitations
VII.421Programs, 1990
VII.422Certificates, 1990
VII.423Programs and Schedules, 1990
VII.424Newsclippings, NATO, 1990
VII.425NATO Unclassified Documents--Armaments, 1990
VII.426"Conventional Armaments Planning and Co-Operation: A View from NATO", February 1, 1990
VII.427"Armaments Planning and Defense Cooperation after 1992", March 15, 1990
VII.428Defense News, 1990
VII.429News articles on Mattingly, 1990
VII.51Correspondence--Resignation, 1990
VII.52Correspondence, 1990
VII.53Speeches, 1990
VII.54Georgia Republican Party, 1990
VII.55Correspondence, 1991
VII.56Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission
VII.57Roll Call, 1991
VII.58Articles on Mattingly
VII.59Friends of Mattingly vs. WXIA, Campaign, 1986
VII.510Clarence Thomas
VII.511Term Limitation article by Mattingly, 1991
VII.512Speeches, 1991
VII.513Unmanned Vehicle Systems, 1991
VII.514Programs, 1991
VII.515Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Dedication
VII.516Correspondence, 1992
VII.517News articles, 1992
VII.518Introduction of Mack Mattingly to Foreign Relations Committee by Sam Nunn, August 12, 1992
VII.5191st Congressional District Georgia Report, Prepared by the Georgia Republican Party, 1992
VII.520Programs, 1992
VII.521Press Release, 1992
VII.522National Chamber Foundation Board of Directors, 1991-1992
VII.523Ambassador Information--Memos, 1992-1993
VII.524The Seychelles--US Relationship, March 1, 1992
VII.525Correspondence, 1993
VII.526Correspondence with Newt Gingerich, 1993
VII.527NAFTA vs. Current Trade Laws, by Mattingly, 1993
VII.528Press Releases, 1993
VII.529News articles, 1993
VII.530Programs, 1993
VII.531Somalia Operations by Mattingly, October 11, 1993
VII.532Federal Election Commission Violation Notice, December 10, 1993
VII.61-3Diary of Seychelles, 1992-1993
VII.64-5Ambassador--Press, 1992-1993

Series VIII. Post-career

6 box(es) (3.5 linear feet and 347 megabytes)
After Mattingly's service for the State Department, he returned to St. Simon's Island. As he has remained active and engaged in the Georgia Republican Party, national politics and presidential campaigns, this series includes correspondence (letters and printed emails), articles written by or about Mattingly, copies of the Congressional Record, reports, and programs. Arrangement is chronological.
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VIII.11News articles, 1994
VIII.12-3Congressional Record (Line-Item Veto), 1995
VIII.14Who's Who in the World, Mattingly Bio
VIII.15Press articles, 1996
VIII.16Krieble Institute, Russian Trip, 1996
VIII.17Speaking Engagements, 1996
VIII.18Annual Report on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday, 1996
VIII.19Georgia Victory, 1996
VIII.110Certificate of Presidential Electors, 1996
VIII.111Articles, 1997
VIII.112Highlights, 1998
VIII.113Highlights, 1999
VIII.114Highlights, December 2000-2001
VIII.21-2Highlights, December 2001-2002
VIII.23Highlights [Georgia Port Authority and G8 Summit], 2004
VIII.24-5Highlights, 2004
VIII.26-7Highlights, 2005
VIII.28Highlights [Newspaper clippings], 1970-1990
VIII.31Highlights [GOP Glynn 2nd Annual Dinner, photocopies], 2006
VIII.32-3Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, photocopies], 2006
VIII.34Highlights [clippings, photocopies], 2006
VIII.35-6Highlights [Clippings and correspondence, photocopies], 2006
VIII.37Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority], 2006
VIII.38Highlights [Georgia Foreign Trade Conference], 2006
VIII.39Highlights [Clippings, photocopies], 2006
VIII.310-14Highlights [Georgia Port Authority, photocopies], 2007
VIII.315Highlights [Ports: Mercedes-Benz and Automobile Trade, photocopies], 2007
VIII.41Highlights [Ports: Mercedes-Benz and Automobile Trade, photocopies], 2007
VIII.42Highlights [Republican Party, photocopies], 2007
VIII.43-4Highlights [Support for Fred Thompson's Presidential Nomination, photocopies], 2007
VIII.45-6Highlights [Correspondence: Thank You Notes and Invitations, photocopies], 2007
VIII.47-8Highlights [photocopies], 2007
VIII.49Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, 2004], 2004, 2007
VIII.410Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, 2005-2007], 2005-2007
VIII.51Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, 2005-2007, some photocopies], 2005-2007
VIII.52-3Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, 2006, some photocopies], 2006
VIII.54Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, 2007], 2007
VIII.55Highlights [clippings and correspondence photocopies], 2008
VIII.56Highlights [Fred Thompson and John McCain campaigns, photocopies], 2008
VIII.57Highlights [magazines], 2008
VIII.58Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority, Eric Johnson, Republican Party, and Puerto Rico Conservation Trust Fund, photocopies], 2009
VIII.59Highlights [Judge Anthony A. Alaimo funeral] , 2010
VIII.510Highlights [Puerto Rico Conservation Trust], 2010 February
VIII.511Highlights [Interview - Decline of U.S. Textile Industry by Professor Timothy Minchin], 2010
VIII.512Highlights [Eric Johnson for Governor], 2010
VIII.513Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority], 2010
VIII.514Highlights [Jeanne Ferst funeral], 2010
VIII.515Highlights [Ted Stevens funeral], 2010
VIII.516Highlights [A World Without Walls], 2010
VIII.517Highlights [Bill Brock Reunion], 2010
VIII.518Highlights [Jekyll Island Foundation], 2010
VIII.519Highlights [Ben Quayle Campaign], 2010
VIII.520Highlights [Georgia Campaign], 2010
VIII.521Highlights [Personal], 2010
VIII.522Highlights [Personal], 2011
VIII.523Highlights [Puerto Rico Conservation Trust], 2011
VIII.524Highlights [Georgia Ports Authority], 2011
VIII.525Highlights [Republican Party], 2011
VIII.526Highlights [Tennis Center of Georgia], 2011
VIII.527Highlights [Russell Library], 2011
VIII.528Republican Party - U.S. Debt, 2012-2013
VIII.529Republican Party - 2012 Presidential Election, Mitt Romney, 2012
VIII.530Republican Party: 2012 Presidential Election, Newt Gingrich, 2012
VIII.531Georgia Ports Authority, 2012
VIII.532Personal, 2012
VIII.533Puerto Rico Conservation Trust, 2012
VIII.534Reference: McClain Culver, 2012
VIII.535Reference: John Austin Keeble, 2012
VIII.536Reference: Randall Phelps, 2012
VIII.537John C. Richter, 2012
VIII.538United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2012
VIII.539Articles, 1980, 2013
VIII.540Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico correspondence, 2013
VIII.541Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico meeting, 2013
VIII.542The Freedom Project, 2013
VIII.543Georgia Foreign Trade Conference, 2013
VIII.544Georgia Ports Authority, 2013
VIII.545Political: National Republican Party, 2013
VIII.546Recommendations, 2013
VIII.547Political: Newt Gingrich, 2013
VIII.548Atlanticus Board of Directors, 2013
VIII.549Political: 2014 U.S. Senate Campaign Jack Kingston, 2013
VIII.550Personal correspondence, 2013
VIII.61Clippings, 2014
VIII.62Federal Hall National Memorial, 2014
VIII.63George W. Bush Presidential Center, 2014
VIII.64[Personal and political correspondence], 2014
VIII.65[Personal correspondence, clippings and programs], 2015
VIII.66[Personal and political correspondence, clippings, brochures, etc.], 2016
ER 1Puerto Rico [digital files], 2012
Presentation slides about the work of the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico.

Series IX. Photographs

3 box(es) (1.5 linear feet)
1,481 items
This series consists photographs documenting Mattingly's U.S. Senatorial Career from 1979 to 1986, as Assistant Secretary General for Defense Support at NATO from 1987 to 1990 and as Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of the Seychelles from 1992 to 1993. Subjects include campaigning, public appearances, charity events, military base tours, photos of famous political figures such as the president and vice president and with the Pope. There are also many photos with Mattingly's constituents and interns and of him and his wife and family.These photos have been organized in chronological order and each set of photos has been identified by a brief description of the event, including dates and names of people in the photos when available, as well as by size. Photos are in color and black and white.
IX.1MFM-PF-001Senator Mattingly campaigning at a GOP pig roast, Summer 1979. (2(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-002Senator Mattingly at his election night. Photo with one of the Pattons of Dalton, GA, November 4,1980. (11(8" x 10") proof pages, (5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-003Senator Mattingly at the Marsh Bowl parade in Brunswick, GA, February 1981. (49(3 ½" x 4 ½")color, 20 color slides.)
IX.1MFM-PF-004Senator Mattingly campaign photos, 1980. (15(4 ½" x 5"))
IX.1MFM-PF-005Senator and Mrs. Mattingly, Walter Mondale and W.H. Stewart at Mattingly's swearing in. U.S. Senate photo, January 5, 1981. (2(8" x 10"), 2(8" x 10")proof pages)
IX.1MFM-PF-006Senator Mattingly at Robins Air Force Base, GA. Air Force photo, February 1981. (3(5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-007Senator and Mrs. Mattingly with Pope John Paul II, Ted Stevens and a group from Alaska, February 1981. (4(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-008Senator Mattingly and Vice President Bush discuss plans to postpone improvements to the west front of the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. Bush and Mattingly support postponement in accordance with efforts by the White House and the Congress to cutback on federal spending for 1981 and 1982. Mattingly is Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee that would have allocated the funds for the expansion. U.S. Senate photo, March 10, 1981. (2(8" x 10"), 3(7" x 7 ½"))
IX.1MFM-PF-009National Aeronautics and Space Administration photo of the launching of the Space Shuttle Columbia with a bird in the foreground. Flown by Astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen, the maiden flight of STS-1 is an orbital mission scheduled to last for 54 hours, ending with an unpowered landing at Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards Air Force Base in California. NASA photo, April 12, 1981. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-010Senator Mattingly with General Robert M. Shoemaker in Mattingly's Atlanta office. Photo by Photo Branch, Ft. McPherson, GA, April 14, 1981. (6(5" x 7")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-011Senator Mattingly with space shuttle Astronauts Bob Crippen and his wife Ginny and John Young and his wife Susie and the touchdown and landing of the Columbia on Runway 23 at Dryden Flight Reseach Center, Edwards California after 54 hours in orbit. NASA photo, April 14, 1981. (5(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-012Senator Mattingly visits Fort Stewart, GA. U.S. Army photo, August 21, 1981. (6(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-013Senator Mattingly's interns for the U.S. Senate. Left to right: Dee Dee Clute, Leigh Tuggle, Steve Katz, Caroline Sherman, Bill Bush, Mary Claire Ship, Frank Burns, Susan Morris, and Ralph Reed, Summer 1981. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-014Senator Mattingly and colleagues - "Zip for Zap," U.S. postal stamp, Summer 1981. (2(8" x 10")proof pages)
IX.1MFM-PF-015Formal portaits of Carolyn Mattingly and some taken with Senator Mattingly, Summer 1981. (4(5" x 7"), 22(3 ½" x 5"), negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-016Senator Mattingly at the "Maintain 3rd Year Tax Cut" news conference, Summer 1981. (6(8" x 10"), 2(8" x 10")proof pages, 1 cut proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-017Senator Mattingly at the YMCA Arlington Cemetary Ceremony, September 1981. ((8" x 10")proof page, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-018Senators Mattingly and Sam Nunn with President Reagan, White House.Photo by Terry Arthur, October 29, 1981. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-019Senator Mattingly with Harry Geisinger and Joe Tribble from the Department of Energy, 1981. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-020Senator Mattingly campaigning, 1981. (3(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-021Formal Senator Mattingly photos, 1981. (18(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")framed, (8" x 10")b/w, 10(5" x 5")color, 6 color slides)
IX.1MFM-PF-022ASenator Mattingly formal portrait. (folder 1 of 2) (26(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")signed)
IX.1MFM-PF-022BSenator Mattingly formal portrait. (folder 2 of 2) (20(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-023Carolyn Mattingly passport photos, 1981. (7(1 ½" x 2")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-024Senator Mattingly's interns and pages from Georgia, Washington, D.C. U.S. Senate photo. (4(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-025 Senator Mattingly and Kelly Flynn, a student assistant from Camilla, GA. U.S. Senate photo, 1981. (2(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-026 Senator Mattingly and Newt Gingrich at Enterprise J.C. Field Hearing, January 11, 1982. (17(8" x 10"), 2(8" x 10") proof pages)
IX.1MFM-PF-027 Senator Mattingly and Joe Tanner at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Mattingly presents a check to Tom Cousins, President of Cousin Properties for a key portion of the Chattahoochee National Park. On the proof page where at the bottom the town Homerville is written, includes a photo of Homerville Chamber of Commerce members Troy and Joyce Riberon (Troy is on the far right and Joyce is fourth from the right next to Senator Mattingly), January 1982. (3(8" x 10"), 2(8" x 10")proof pages, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-028 Senator Mattingly meeting with representatives of the National Recreation and Park Association. The woman's name is Becky Burgess, January 1982 (?). (2(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-029 Senator Mattingly with Milton "Buddy" Hopkins of Osierfield, Ga, U.S. Tree Farmer of the Year, as he presents a pine seedling to President Reagan. Hopkins has planted an estimated half a million trees during his career beginning in the mid 1930s. He owns a tree farm of 750 acres in Ben Hill County. Richard Lewis, Director of the Forest Resources Division for the American Forestry Institute, second from the left, looks on while the seedling is presented, February 25, 1982. ((6" x 8 ½"), 7(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-030 Senator Mattingly at the Republican Policy Luncheon with President Reagan speaking. White House photo, March 9, 1982. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-031 Senator Mattingly family portrait in the Senatorial reception room, March 26, 1982. (2(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")color, 2(8" x 10")proof pages, (6" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-032 Carolyn Mattingly, Nancy Reagan and Barbara Bush at the annual Ladies of the Senate Luncheon on Capitol Hill. The theme of the luncheon was "First Ladies Remembered", May 4, 1982. ((8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-033 Senator Mattingly receives the National Taxpayer Union Best Friend Award, May 6, 1982. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-034 Senator Mattingly with Gene Spalding of Columbus, GA, Goodwill Industries Graduate of the Year, 1982. Mr. Spalding was a successful 31-year-old businessman, married just three weeks, when in a 1979 diving accident resulted in his becoming a quadriplegic. Since then, he has started his own computer systems company which has developed computer teaching aids for the handicapped, May 7, 1982. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-AS035 Senator Mattingly at a Senatorial Republican dinner party. Seated left to right: Senator Mattingly, ?, Senator Paula Hawkins from Florida, ?, Senator Don Nickles from Oklahoma, Senator Bo Ginn from Georgia. Standing left to right: ?, Senator Strom Thurmond from South Carolina, ?. Signed "Best wishes to my valued friend and able colleague U.S. Senator Mack Mattingly. Strom Thurmond, May 13, 1982. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-AS036 Senator Mattingly and Ted Turner. Signed by Ted Turner, May 24, 1982. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-037 Senator and Mrs. Mattingly with Brigadier General Ivan Smith, Jacksonville Airport, June 2, 1982. ((5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-038 Senator Mattingly at the liftoff of Space Shuttle 4 (STS-4). NASA photo of Mattingly talking to Astronauts Jack Lousma, Robert Atchison, and Lee Rich of NASA, Kennedy Space Center, June 27, 1982. (10(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-039 Senator Mattingly touring onion fields at an onion tasteoff between Georgia Vidalia onions and Walla Walla Washington onions - Vidalia onions won, June 1982. ((8" x 10"), (8 ½" x 11")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-040 Senator Mack and Carolyn Mattingly with Barbara Bush at the White House. White House photo, July 13, 1982. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-041 Senator Mattingly with Vice President and Mrs. George Bush. White House photos, July 27, 1982. (5(8" x 10")b/w, 2(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-042 Senator Mattingly speaks to Georgia 4-Hers, August 4, 1982. ((8" x 10"), (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-043 Senator Mattingly and his staff with Astronauts Henry Hartsfield and T.K. Mattingly (no relation), the crew of Space Shuttle 4 (STS-4). Staff standing left to right: Charlotte Miller, Joy Lopez, Karah Henry, Dick Ribbentrop, Kerri Smith and Cliff Humphrey, August 5, 1982. (2(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-044 Senator Mattingly and Nancy Reagan at the General Federation of Women's Club Award Ceremony, First Ladies Garden, White House, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Reagan presents a Steuben crystal eagle to Mrs. Faye Moore of Lilburn, GA as the Distinguished Volunteer Award winner while Mrs. Elizabeth Doyle, assistant to the President for Public Liaison, looks on. In the other photo, Senator Mattingly meets with Mrs. Faye Moore, Mrs. Don L. Shide, GFWC international president, and Mrs. Frederick Singer, GFWC FREE Enterprise chairman (pictured left to right), September 10, 1982. (2(5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-045 Senator Mattingly with Macon Mayor George Israel and State Senator Bob Bell, October 1982. (2(4" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-045a Senator Mattingly with Pfizer, Inc. employees at the Doraville facility, October 15, 1982. (4(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-045b Senator Mattingly and two friends at an Atlanta Banquet, October 30, 1982. ((3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-046 Senator Mattingly at the Christening of the submarine U.S.S. Georgia in Groton, Conneticut, November 6, 1982. (13(8" x 10")color, 50 color slides)
IX.1MFM-PF-047 Senator Mattingly at a robot technology demonstration by David Keith at Georgia Institute of Technology, November 10, 1982. (2(5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-048 Senator Mattingly at the Veteran of Foreign Wars (Georgia During the Revolutionary War) Display. Mattingly pictured with Air Force Major General Jones and Edmond Fey (?), November 11, 1982 (?). (4(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-049 Senator Mattingly with Vice President George Bush, November 29, 1982. ((8" x 10)color, 3(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-050 Senator Mattingly receives a model of the C-5 B from Lockhead- California Corp. Executive Larry Kitchens, December 1, 1982. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-051 Senator Mattingly and President Reagan with William M. McLin, Executive Vice President of the U.S. Epilepsy Foundation and 8-year- old Adam Walters, 1982 National Poster Child, and his parents Almer and Claudia Walters. On the far right is Thomas A. O'Neill, Chairman of the U.S. Epilepsy Foundation, December 7, 1982. (3(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-052 Senator Mattingly staff photo. Left to right: Karah Henry, Mitch Delk, Elizabeth Morgan, Dick Ribbentrop, Kerri Smith, Sarah Love, Helen Wallace, Joy Lopez, Norma Haisten, Hap Rogers, Mary Jane Eisel, Robert E. Lee, Peggy Ingraham, Beverly Franklin, Lynn Henkel, Paul Brown, Jimmy Hendricks, Richard Moore, Cliff Humphrey, Judy McConnell, Woodie Woodward, Robert Atchison, Mack Mattingly, and Charlotte Miller, December 1982. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-053 Senator Mattingly at the Moultrie Agriculture Show -EXPO. Left to right: Senator Mattingly, Brewer, Leon Hiers, W.A. Thaggard, 1982. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-054 Senator Mattingly talks with John Colson of Brunswick, GA during the cyclist's stopover in the nation's capital for the Epilepsy Association of Georgia, 1982. ((6" x 8 ½"))
IX.1MFM-PF-055 Savannah River plant Nuclear Site Hearings, January 1983. ((8" x 10")proof page, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-056 Senator Mattingly receiving the Golden Bulldog Award as Watchdog of the Treasury, Inc. from Robert Nichols, Vice-Chairman of the Kellog Corporation. Mattingly was one of only nine senators to receive the award with a perfect voting record in 1983. He had won the award previously for his voting record in the 97th Congress as well, February 1, 1983. (2(8" x 10"), (8" x 8 ½"))
IX.1MFM-PF-AS057 Signed photos sent to Senator Mattingly from members of the Georgia Delegation for the 98th Congress. 1)"For My Senator and My Friend, Mack, with Personal Best Wishes. Bo Ginn" 2)"To Senator Mack Mattingly, my colleague and dedicated fellow worker on behalf of the people of Georgia and the Nation. Elliott H. Levitas" 3)"Congratulations and best wishes to Senator Mattingly - a gentleman and champion of free enterprise. Larry McDonald" 4)"With best regards - Wyche Fowler" 5)"With best regards to my colleague and friend Mack Mattingly. Ed Jenkins" 6)"Best Wishes. Charles Hatcher" 7)"To my friend Mack Mattingly with respect, admiration and personal regards - Jack Brinkley 3rd District Georgia" 8)"To my friend Mack with admiration and with a mutual commitment to work closely together on behalf of the people of Ga! Sam" 9)"To Carolyn your friend Newt Gingrich" 10)"To Mack Mattingly with warm, Personal Regards - Doug Barnard, Jr.", February 1983. (10(8" x10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-058 Senator Mattingly with Procter and Gamble Plant Managers from Georgia. Right to left: Jim Lipham of Augusta, (?), Mack Mattingly, Joe Rogers of Augusta, (?), March 15, 1983. ((8" x 12")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-059 Senator Mattingly at Fort Benning, GA. U.S. Army photo, March 24, 1983. (4(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-060 Senator Mattingly with Temple A. Sellers, an intern from Marietta, GA, March 24, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-061 Senator Mattingly visiting the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, GA. 1) Photo of Senator with James S. Day, Heavy Mobile Equipment Repair Inspector Foreman, Quality Control Branch, Repair Division, (the man with glasses). 2) Photo of Senator with the other man who is Shelby J. Miller, GM-13, Head, Production Control Branch, Repair Division. 3) Photo of Senator with personnel standing left to right beside a Amphibious Tractor (LVT-P7): R.H. Johnson, Deputy Director, Repair Division, Lieutenant Colonel D.B. James, Director, Repair Division, Shelby J. Miller, Production Control Branch, Repair Division, James S. Day, Quality Control Branch, Repair Division, Major General R.A. Shaffer, Commanding General. Official Marine Corps Photo, March 28, 1983. (7(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-062 John J. Hennessy speaking at a Bar Association Luncheon honoring 50 years of practice as a lawyer, Savannah, Ga, March 1983. ((3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-063 Senator Mattingly with the Prime Minister of Japan, March 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-064 Senator Mattingly with Susan Strawn of Acworth, GA, the Georgia representative in the National Cherry Blossom Festival held in Washington, D.C., April 6, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-065 Senator Mattingly meets with Secretary of State George Shultz for a discussion of trade issues, April 6, 1983. (2(8" x 10")color, 3(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-066 Senator Mattingly with Bob Turner, director of the Brunswick Port Authority, April 7, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-067 Senator Mattingly with Georgia 4-H Officers, April 14, 1983. (4(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-068 Senator Mattingly with a group of kids on the U.S. Capitol steps, April 20, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-069 Senator Mattingly advocating children's charities: March of Dimes Walk America, Easter Seals and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. One photo with Congressman Arnold Palmer and one with TV stars Heidi Bohay of ABC-TV series "Hotel" and Richard Herd of ABC's "T.J. Hooker." Photo with six-year-old Kristen Ellis, the 1985 March of Dimes National Poster Child. Photo with Matthew Huston of Glendale, Arizona, the 1983 National Easter Seal Child. Photo with 1982 National Easter Seal Child Mary Sacco. Photo with Missy Jablonski, April 1983. (4(8" x 10")b/w, 5(7" x 9"), (5" x 7"), (3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-AS070 Senator Mattingly with Congressman Lindsay Thomas at Thomas' reception. Signed: "Senator Mattingly Thank you for your support and assistance in my Washington Endeavor. Lindsay", April 1983. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-071 Senator Mattingly with members of the Athens Chamber of Commerce, May 2, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-072 Senator Mattingly with members of the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce, May 3, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-073 Senator Mattingly with Lace Futch, mayor of Willacoochee; Nancy Denson, Athens City Council Member; and Albert Franks, Mayor of Dublin, May 3, 1983. ((8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-AS074 Senator Mattingly with a group of students at a Washington Workshop. Signed "Best Wishes - Mack Mattingly", May 3, 1983. (6(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-076 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan to sign the $8.5 billion Military Construction Appropriations Bill, White House photo, Washington, D.C., May 13, 1983. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-077 Senator Mattingly at a sweet onion taste off festival where Georgia Vidalia onion won over the Walla Walla Washington onion, May 14, 1983. (5(5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-078 Senator Mattingly and members of the Charlton County Area Planning and Development Commission, May 16, 1983. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-079 Senator Mattingly with Georgia Chamber of Commerce Members, May 17, 1983. (2(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-080 Senator Mattingly and an intern, May 18, 1983. ((8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-081 Senator Mattingly with members of the Savannah Chamber of Commerce, May 18, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-082 Senator Mattingly with members of the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, May 18, 1983. ((8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-083 Senator Mattingly and Chapter 121 members of the Federal Managers Association, Robins AFB, GA, May 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-084 Senator Mattingly meets with Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige for a discussion of trade issues. U.S. Senate photo, June 9, 1983. (4(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-085 Senator Mattingly receives a Bible from former Senator Nunn staffer Joyce Keith, now with Merist Systems Protection Service, U.S. Senate photo, Washington, D.C., June 15, 1983. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-086 Senator Mattingly testifies before the subcommittee on Water Resources of the committee on Environmental and Public Works in favor of his Port legislation. Left to right: Senators Strom Thurmond (R- SC), John Warner (R-VA) and Robert Byrd (D-WVA), Washington, D.C., June 21, 1983. ((8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-087 Senator and Carolyn Mattingly with Pope John Paul II taken while on a trip to Italy with Senators Lugar and Hatch, Rome, Italy, June 1983. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-088 Senator Mattingly with Senators Lugar and Hatch, Ambassador Max Rabb, and His Excellency Emilio Colombo, Foreign Minister, Rome, Italy, June 1983. (3(8" x 10"), 5(3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-089 Senator and Carolyn Mattingly and Ruthie Garner meet on Congressional Families for Drug Free Youth. U.S. Senate photo, June 15, 1983. (2(8" x 10")proof pages, 11(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-090 Senators Mattingly and Jesse Helms with President Reagan, White House, Washington, D.C., August 2, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-091 Senator Mattingly with a group of students. U.S. Senate photo, August 2, 1983. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-092 Senator Mattingly speaking to students of the U.S. Close up Program where students learn about American government first-hand for a week in Washington, D.C., August 3, 1983. ((5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-093 Senator Mattingly interns for the U.S. Senate. U.S. Senate photo, August 4, 1983. (3(8"x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-094 Senator Mattingly with employee Barber, August 1983. (2(3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-095 Gulfstream (C-20A) Rollout Ceremony, Savannah, GA photo of Mattingly with Brown and Gail Pinkston, September 16, 1983. ((5" x 7")color, 3(3 ½" x 5")color, 5(8" x 10")color)
MapcaseMFM-PF-095Gulfstream (C-20A) Rollout Ceremony, Savannah, GA photo of Mattingly [oversize], September 16, 1983.
IX.1MFM-PF-095a Senators Mattingly and Nunn and Air Force and Gulfstream personnel at ceremonies accepting first C20A Gulfstream for USAF, September 22, 1983. (5(3 ½" x 5")color, (6 ½" x 9 ½")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-096 Senator Mattingly at the People's Drugstore Anti-Drug Campaign, Photo by Ankers Capitol Photographers, Washington, D.C., September 28, 1983. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-097 Carolyn Mattingly with Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Hartford Dole at a luncheon discussion of safety initiatives, September 1983. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-098 Senator Mattingly meets with Treasury Secretary Donald Reagan. Proof photos also picture Legislative Assistants Lynne Shrader and Mitch Delk in office SH-320, Washington, D.C., October 5, 1983. (3(8" x 10")color, 3(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-099 First Georgia Bank Corporate Breakfast. President of bank, Richard D. Jackson on left and Senator Mattingly in center, October 6, 1983. ((5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-100 President Reagan signing an order to direct $9.6 million to help black colleges. Left to right: Dr. William R. Harvey, President Hampton Institute; Dan Smith, Policy Advisor, Office of Policy Develoment; Calvin Rolark, Chairman of the Board, Black Media, Inc. and first Vice President of the National Newspaper Publisher's Association; Terrel Bell, Secretary of the Department of Education; Tony Brown; Thelma Duggin, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for Public Liasion; Elizabeth Dole, Assistant to the President for Public Liasion; and Tom Melady, Assistant Secretary for Post Secondary Education, October 6, 1983. (2(8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-101 Senator Mattingly with Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Hanford Dole. Senator Goldwater also pictured, Washington, D.C., October 21, 1983. (10(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-102 Senator Mattingly with media giant Ted Turner. U.S. Senate photo, November 8, 1983. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-103Senator Mattingly and Senator Sam Nunn. U.S. Senate photo, November 18, 1983. (3(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-104 Senator Mattingly with National Science Award Teachers Pettigrew, Bell and other photos with Mattingly receiving awards, November 1983. (5(8" x 10"), 2(8" x 10")proof pages, (3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-AS105 Senator Mattingly with United Technologies Pratt and Whitney Aircraft representative Don Brown, his host for the visit, at East Hartford, Washington, D.C. Signed: "In appreciation of the time you spent with us at P&N and in sharing your views of the Washington scenes today -With best regard, Don 17/1/83", December 1, 1983. (7(5" x 7")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-106 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan and a girl scout representative, White House, Washington, D.C., December 2, 1983. (3 (8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-107 Senator Mattingly receiving a framed photo of a military academy, December 2, 1983. ((8" x 10")proof page)
IX.1MFM-PF-108a Lucy Cobb Institute, Athens, GA, circa 1983. ((5" x 7"),(4" x 4")poloroid, 8(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-108bSenator Mattingly meeting a future farmer of America, circa 1983. (2 color slides)
IX.1MFM-PF-108c Talmadge Bridge, Savannah, GA, 1983. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-109 Senator Mattingly touring a military base, early 1984. (negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-110 Senator and Carolyn Mattingly with President Reagan on Air Force I, White House photo, January 26, 1984. (6(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-111 Senator Mattingly Birthday Party, January 1984. ((8" x 10")proof page, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-112 Senator Mattingly with William Randolph Hearst Senate Youth Program Representatives Mark Aaron for Mattingly and John Hammond for Senator Nunn, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1984. ((8" x 10")color, 2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-113Senator Mattingly with two men. U.S. Senate photo, February 2, 1984. (6(8" x 10")color, 2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-AS114Senator Mattingly with Greek Orthodox Archbishop Iakovos. Photo by Costa Hayden, freelance photographer, NY. Signed: "To the Honorable U.S. Senator Mack Mattingly with high regard and esteem Archbishop Iakovos", February 7, 1984. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-115 Anti-Drug Comic Book Reception attended by Batman and Wonder Woman. Right to left: Sentator Mattingly, Carolyn Mattingly, Senator Paula Hawkins from Florida, February 9, 1984. ((8" x 10")color, 4(8" x 10")proof pages, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-116 Commissioning of the U.S.S. Georgia nuclear powered strategic missile submarine, February 11, 1984. (15(8" x 10"), 22(5" x 7"))
IX.1MFM-PF-117 Senator Mattingly with a group, February 28, 1984. (6(8" x 10")color, 5(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-118 Senator Mattingly photos of Honduras. Photos taken by Mattingly and by Senator Stevens of Alaska, February 1984. (6(3 ½" x 5")color, 4(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-119 Senator Mattingly planting the Georgia Dogwood tree on the U.S. Capitol grounds in memory of Congressman Larry McDonald, Washington, D.C. When the dogwood is big enough, a suitable plaque will be placed on it, March 14, 1984. (15(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-120 Senator Mattingly walking by the Senate Office Buildings. U.S. Senate photo, April 12, 1984. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-121 Senator Mattingly at Mary Jane Galer's Farewell Party, April 1984. (11(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-122 Senator Mattingly at the Georgia Governor's Mansion with Governor Joe Frank Harris for the Savannah Port Agreement Announcement. Photo by Phyllis B. Kandul, Atlanta, April 1984. (3(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-123 Admiral Thurman presenting Senator Mattingly with the U.S.S. Georgia submarine flag, April 1984. ((3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-124 Senator Mattingly with Don Harwood and Harman in Savannah, April 1984. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-125 Senator Mattingly in Albany, GA. Easter Recess Talking Points (?), April 1984 (?). (15(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-126 Senator Mattingly with a check award for $115,845,555 from the U.S. Dept. of Transportation for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), May 1984. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-127 Senator Mattingly receiving an award from the Georgia Association of Realtors for his support of them from Robert J. Disharoon, President, June 7, 1984. (2(8" x 10"), (8" x 10")proof page, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-128 Senator Mattingly with White House Aides Faith Whittlesley and Eva Pascall, Washington, D.C. U.S. Senate photo, June 12, 1984. (3(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-129 Senator Mattingly with James and John Schaeffer of Marietta, twins who were appointed by Mattingly to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO, June 13, 1984. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-130 Senator Mattingly receiving the Taxpayers Best Friend Award from Jill Lancelot of National Taxpayers Union, a non-partisan organization which evaluates the voting records of members of Congress on spending legislation. Senator Mattingly's 1983 voting record was rated among the Senate's 12 best, June 18, 1984. (5(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-131 Senator Mattingly and Governor George Bushee at the Joint Economic Committee on "How to save the International Trading System", June 21, 1984. ((8" x 10")color, (3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-132 Senator Mattingly and President Reagan met with Mr. and Mrs. Clinkscales of LaGrange, GA at the White House to discuss the plight of families with members who have disappeared. Photo by Bill Fitz-Patrick, the White House, June 26, 1984. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.1MFM-PF-133 Georgia Marijuana Busts by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and the Governors' Task Force on Drug Suppression. Two photos in a helicopter and one of a field, June 1984. ((5" x 7"), (7" x 9"), (3 ½" x 5 ¼"))
IX.1MFM-PF-134 Senator and Mrs. Mattingly testifying at the Anti-Drug hearing before the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. In the background is Tim Reid, star of the TV series "Simon and Simon", June 1984. ((8" x 10"), 2(8" x 10")proof pages, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-135 Lynne Shrader's Farewell party, Senator Mattingly's staff office, June 1984. (13(3 ½" x 5")color, negtives)
IX.1MFM-PF-136 Senator Mattingly at Fort Stewart, June 1984. (25(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-137 Senator Mattingly at the Atlanta Farmers Market 25th Anniversary Celebration, June 1984. ((8" x 10"))
IX.1MFM-PF-138 Senator Mattingly (his wife also attended) at a White House picnic. President Reagan speaking. Photos from Congressman Richard Ray, July 26, 1984. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-139 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan at Dobbins Air Force Base, Georgia. White House photo, July 27, 1984. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-140 Senator and Mrs. Mattingly's trip to Israel, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, July 1984. (4(5" x 7")b/w, 6(5" x 7")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-141 Senator Mattingly visits North Georgia, July 1984. (44(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.1MFM-PF-142 Senator Mattingly with his summer interns. Left to right: Frank Harris majoring in Political science at UGA from Atlanta; Jackie Patelidas, a nursing student at VSC from Brunswick; Mark Merritt, a UGA law student from Lawrenceville; Sarah JoMoss, a UGA public relations student from Smyrna; Stephen Joiner, a UGA accounting student from Marietta; Elaine Huff, a UGA accounting student from Madison; Stuart Channing Mercer, a UGA business/real esate student from Gainesville; Jennie Walker, a student at Columbus College from Columbus; Todd Markle, a UGA political Science student from Mableton; and Ross Erle Norton, Jr. a UGA journalism student from Vidalia, August 10, 1984. ((8"x 10")color)
IX.1MFM-PF-143 Senator Mattingly and Gruman Aerospace Corp Officials. Left to right: Bill Schwendler, Karen Rainwater, and Tom Lahey, August 1984. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-144 Senator Mattingly staff functions, Washington, D.C., Summer 1984. ((8" x 10")color, 22(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-145 Senator Mattingly and another man, September 11, 1984. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-146 Senator Mattingly receiving the Guardian of Small Business Award from John Sloan, President of the National Federation of Independent Business, Septmber 14, 1984. ((8" x 10"))
IX.2MFM-PF-147 Senator Mattingly at the Carl Vinson Luncheon in the Russell Building, September 27, 1984. ((8" x 10")proof page)
IX.2MFM-PF-148 Senator Mattingly and a group of people, Washington, D.C. U.S. Senate photo, September 28, 1984. (2(8" x 10")color, 2(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.2MFM-PF-149 Man in Mattingly's office, September 1984. (8(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-150 Senator Mattingly and other Republicans at a press conference of the National Tax Limitation Committee, September 1984. (15(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-151 Party given by Mr. Stewart, October 1984. (9(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-152 Senators Nunn and Mattingly at a press conference in Senator Nunn's office, October 1984. (18(3 ½" x 4 ½")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-153 Senator Mattingly at the GOP majority leader selection. U.S. Senate, November 28, 1984. (3(8" x 10") color photo.)
IX.2MFM-PF-154 Senator Robert E. Lee's son, Caleb Lee, November 1984. (4(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-155 Manahan children at Christmas in Hapeville, GA, December 26, 1984. (color Polaroid)
IX.2MFM-PF-156 Senator Mack and Carolyn Mattingly formal portrait, December 1984. (2(8" x 10")color, (5" x 5")color, (4 ½" x 6")color card)
IX.2MFM-PF-157 Senator Mattingly and Mrs. Mattingly in Taiwan, December 1984. (9(6 ½" x 10")color, 3(5" x 7")color, 4(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-158 Senator Mattingly speaking at the Business Council of Georgia Meeting, December 1984. ((8" x 12")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-159 Senator Mattingly on a trip on the USSN Georgia Submarine, circa 1984. (10(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-160 1984 Senator Mattingly Christmas Party, December 1984. (11(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-161 Senator Mattingly speaking in favor of Reagan/Bush election at a meeting of the Business Council of Georgia and GOP State Convention in Atlanta with Jack Kemp - Pre-legislative Forum, 1984. (7(8" x 12")color, (5" x 6 ½")color, (8" x 10")color, (3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-161a Congressional Dinner, Senator Mattingly and Georgia businessman, 1984. (3(4" x 6")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-162 Senator Mattingly with Vice President George Bush, U.S. Senate, January 3, 1985. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-163a Senators Mattingly and Nunn meeting with constituants at Mattingly's office during President Reagan's Inauguration. (folder 1 of 2), January 21, 1985. (79(3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-163b Senators Mattingly and Nunn meeting with constituants at Mattingly's office during President Reagan's Inauguration. (folder 2 of 2), January 21, 1985. (12(5" x 7")color, 79(3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-164 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan promoting the Line Item Veto Bill, White House, Washington, D.C., January 31, 1985. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-165 Senator Mattingly's Birthday Party, January 1985. (17(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-AS166 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan, U.S. Senate photo. Signed: "To Mack Mattingly - With best wishes, Ronald Reagan", February 6, 1985. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-167 Diane's Birthday Party - Mattingly staff, February 1985. (7(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-168 Intern certificates being awarded, February-March 1985. ((8" x 10")proof page)
IX.2MFM-PF-169 Senator Mattingly receiving the Golden Bulldog Award from William Sprague of Watchdog of the Treasury, Inc., a non-partisan organization which presents the award annually to those members of Congress who vote for fiscal responsibility in government at least 75 percent of the time. Mattingly was one of six Senators to win the award for a perfect 100 score on key economic votes during the 1984 session of Congress. Mattingly has won the award every year he has been in the Senate, March 13, 1985. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-169a Senator Mattingly at St. Patrick's Day Parade, Savannah, GA, March 17, 1985. ((3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-170 Senator Mattingly and President Reagan at the Republican Policy Lunch, March 19, 1985. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-171 Senator Mattingly speaking in the Russell Rotunda. U.S. Senate photo, March 20, 1985. ((8" x 10")proof page)
IX.2MFM-PF-172 Senator Mattingly with William Randolph Hearst Senate Youth Program Representatives and their families, Washington, D.C., March 1985. (20(3 ½" x 4 ½")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-173 Senator Mattingly speaking at the Carpet and Rug Institute, March 1985. (4(4" x 6")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-174 Senator Mattingly with Candy Lightner, founder of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Edward Fritts, National President, Washington, D.C., April 1985. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-174a Dick Ribbentrop's visit to Germany and England for Mobile Subscriber Equipment Demonstration, April 1985. (2(6" x 8 ½")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-175 Senator Mattingly getting the Appalachian Regional Commission Award, May 2, 1985. (negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-176 Senator Mattingly with Rufus Tindol, Jr., receipient of the Georgia Small Business Person of the Year Award, Washington, D.C. Tindol is owner and operator of Tindol Services, Inc. in Atlanta, a pest control and cleaning business. The award is from the U.S. Small Business Administration, May 6, 1985. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-177 Senator Mattingly with Secretary James Baker, May 21, 1985. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-178Senator Mattingly receiving an award, May 1985. ((8" x 11")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-179 Senator Mattingly at a meeting of the Georgia Agribusiness Council, Atlanta, GA, June 2, 1985. ((5" x 7"))
IX.2MFM-PF-180 U.S. Navy photo of Senator Mattingly speaking during the commissioning of the guided missile frigate USS ELROD (FFG-55), Brunswick, GA. Portrait of R.W. Moore, Commander USS ELROD. Photo if the USS ELROD, July 6, 1985. (2(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-181 Senator Mattingly with a group on the Capitol steps, June 11, 1985. ((8" x 10")proof page)
IX.2MFM-PF-182 Senator Mattingly and President Ronald Reagan meet with J.L. Lanier, Jr., Chairman of West Point Pepperell about legislation regarding the textile, fiber and apparel industry, June 17, 1985. (6(8" x 10")color, (8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-183 Senator Mattingly receiving the National Security Leadership Award from Dr. Charles LeChasney from the Atlanta Coalition for Peace Through Strength, a bipartisan alliance of prodefense organizations, June 21, 1985. ((7" x 9")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-184 Senator Mattingly greets the two Georgia nominees, Carol Hickson and Thomas Garmon, for NASA's First Teacher in Space Project, Washington, D.C., June 25, 1985. (3(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-185 Senator Mattingly speaking at Atlanta University graduation, June 1985. ((8" x 10")color, (5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-186 Senator Mattingly in a July 4th parade in Atlanta, circa July 4, 1985. ((3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-AS187 Senator Mattingly with Ray Arnett, Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association of America. Signed: "Thank You, Mack!! Your much appreciated help in passing S. 49 out of the Senate is great! Best Wishes - Ray Arnett - EVD-NRA. 9 July 85", July 16, 1985. ((8"x 10")b/w, (3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-188 Senator Mattingly in Statesboro, August 1985. (9(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-189 Senator Mattingly with the Fort A.P. Hill Virginia Boy Scout Band and participants of the Great Friendship Run between the USA and USSR, July and August 1985. (54(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-190 Senator Mattingly campaigning, Summer 1985. (2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-190a Senator Mattingly at the dedication of the Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake, September 7, 1985. ((8" x 10")color, name tag)
IX.2MFM-PF-191 Senator Mattingly with Historically Black College Presidents from Georgia commemorating Senators Thurmond's signing of the S.J. Res. 186 (as President Pro Tempore), Washington, D.C., September 25, 1985. (13(8" x 10")b/w, 6(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-192 Senator and Carolyn Mattingly with a group of young constituents in his office, September 1985. (10(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-193 Senator Mattingly and a woman, September 1985. (4(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-194 Senator Mattingly at the Jim Miller reception, Washington, D.C., October 9, 1985. (8(8" x 10")proof pages)
IX.2MFM-PF-195 Senator Mattingly with Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres discussing the growing problem of terrorism, Washington, D.C., October 17, 1985. (2(8"x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-196 Senator Mattingly and Coretta Scott King speaking on the plans for a holiday in honor of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Washington, D.C., October 24, 1985. (7(8" x 10")b/w, 2(8" x 10")color proof pages)
IX.2MFM-PF-197 Senator Mattingly with Georgia Society of CPAs officials Julian Deal and Jim Martin and Senator Sam Nunn, Washington, D.C., October 29, 1985. (2(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")color.)
IX.2MFM-PF-198 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan and Nancy - Joint Session/Geneva. Reagan has just left a meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev. Also pictured are: Senators Patrick Leaby (D-Vt), Robert Byrd (D-W.Va) and Bob Dole (R-Ks). U.S. Senate photos. Stored in separate with boxed photos, November 21, 1985. (8(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-199 Senator Mattingly with a group of kids on the steps of the U.S. Capitol, November 1985. (4(3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-200 Senator Mattingly and President Reagan shaking hands on a Military Construction Appropriations Act for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1986, December 10, 1985. ((8" x10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-201 A little girl - Mattingly family member, December 1985. ((3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-202 Senator Mattingly campaigning at Romeo Hu?, circa 1985. (2(5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-203 DEA confiscation of cocaine and loading it onto an aircraft at a military airfield outside Managua. Important people in the photos: Frederico Vaughn, an assistant to Nicaraguan Minister of Interior Borge (in vertically-striped shirt), Pablo Escobar, notorious cocaine trafficker from Colombia (in horizontally-striped shirt), and Barry Seal, U.S. informant later murdered in New Orleans after refusing protective custody (fat man in white tee shirt), 1985. (12(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-204 Senator Mattingly speaking to the Georgia Association of Realtors, Inc. The Cloister, Sea Island, GA, January 16, 1986. ((5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-205 George W. Koch, President and CEO, Grocery Manufacturers of America, Inc., Presenting the 1985 Golden Bulldog Award to Senator Mattingly on behalf of Savannah Foods and Industries, Inc. which sponsored the award, Washington, D.C., January 30, 1986. (2(5" x 7")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-206 Senator Mattingly with George Bush, White House, Washington, D.C., January 31, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-207 Senator Mattingly with President Reagan in the White House, February 4, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
MapcaseMFM-PF-208 Twenty-seventh Meeting of the Canada-United States Interparlimentary Group, Tucson, Arizona, February 27-March 3, 1986. (oversized photo)
IX.2MFM-PF-209 Senator Mattingly in the Savannah St. Patrick's Day parade, March 17, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-210 Senator Mattingly at Williams Seafood Restaurant, Tybee Island, Savannah, Ga - Meeting with the Savannah Hibernian Society, March 17, 1986 (?). ((3 ½" x 4 ½")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-211 A campaign party by Mattingly's staff for his re-election, March 1986. ((3 ½" x 5")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-212 Senator Mattingly receiving an election support party and gifts, March 1986. (negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-213 Senator Mattingly at the Canada-United States Interparlimentary Group meeting in Tuscon, March 1986. (4(5" x 7")color, (4" x 6 ½")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-214 Senator Mattingly receiving the Distinguished Service Award from the Selective Service System for his commitment to the nation's defense preparedness. Presented by Wil Ebel (left), acting director of the Selective Service and former director Thomas K. Turnage (right), head of the Veterans Administration, April 24, 1986. (2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-215 Senator Mattingly at the Harvest Christian Academy with Eloise Shiplett and Swindall's interns, April 30, 1986. (8(3 ½" x 5")color, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-216 Senator Mattingly, speaker at the dedication of Carillon, AMVETS Medical Center, Decatur, GA, May 26, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-217 Senator Mattingly at a press conference on trade with Senator Frank Hughes Murkowski, a Republican from Alaska, June 4, 1986. (2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-AS218 Senator Mattingly and State Senator Lawrence (Bud) Strumbaugh. Signed: "To Mack - With regards from your friend State Senator Lawrence (Bud) Strumbaugh", June 17, 1986. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-219 Senator Mattingly at Veterans Administration Memorial Day activities, June 17, 1986. (22(5" x 7")color, 2(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-220 Senator Mattingly with John Kinnett, Vice Chairman of Kinnett Dairies of Columbus, GA at the International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers, June 19, 1986. ((5" x 8")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-221 Senator Mattingly campaigning in Wren and Jefferson Counties, GA, July 4, 1986. (6(5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-222 Senator Mattingly receiving the 1986 National Security Leadership Award, the highest award given by the non-partisan coalition for Peace, July 16, 1986. (6(7" x 9")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-223 Senator Mattingly with Georgia Watermelon Beauty Queen, July 24, 1986. (2(8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-224 Senator Mattingly receiving the Family and Freedom Award presented by Christian Voice, Inc, September 17, 1986. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-AS225 Senator Mattingly at a Republican conference. Signed: "Mack you are beautiful! Your friend Nent (?)", September 1986. (3(8" x 10")b/w, (5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-226 Senator Mattingly receing the 1986 Golden Bulldog Award for his opposition to unnecessary congressional spending, October 1, 1986. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-227 Senator Mattingly receiving the Guardian of Small Business Award. He received an earlier one in September 14, 1984, October 3, 1986. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-228 Senator Mattingly receiving a U.S. flag from Senator Bob Dole. U.S. Senate photo, October 18, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-229 Senator Mattingly with George Bush, White House, Washington, D.C. White House photo, October 27, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-230 Senator and Carolyn Mattingly at the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Dinner honoring Gerald Cohen, October 1986. (2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-231 President Reagan and Senator Mattingly, photo by Lawrence Smith, Columbus, GA, 1986. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-232 Senate photo - Senator Mattingly seated on the far right of the room, second row, third seat, circa 1986. ((10" x 12") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-233 Roswell Rotary Club meeting with Johnny Issacson, Senator Mattingly and Bill Lewis, 1986. ((8" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-234 Senator Mattingly listens to concerns of the nation's farmers regarding the severe slump in the agriculture economy on toll-free lines, National Hearing on the Farm Economy, Washington, D.C., circa 1981-1986. (2(5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-235 Senator Mattingly at a cocktail party, circa 1981-1986. ((5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-236 Senator Mattingly receiving the America Security Council's Leadership Award, circa 1981-1986. (3(7" x 9")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-237 Senator Mattingly with Ted Turner, Atlanta newspaper photo, circa 1981-1986. ((6 ½" x 8 ½")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-238 Senator Mattingly with Secretary Regan and Senators Abnor, Knight and Parr from Treasury, circa 1981-1986. (4(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page)
IX.2MFM-PF-239 Senator Mattingly with Herschel Walker. Walker receives Washington Touchdown Club's "Back of the Year" Award. Left to right: Presidential Assistant Powell Moore, Senator Mattingly, Walker, Representative Bo Ginn, and Michigan Congressman Guy Vander Jagt, circa 1981-1986. (2(7" x 9")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-240 Senator Mattingly with Secretary Watt, circa 1981-1986. (3(8" x 10")b/w, (8" x 10")proof page, negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-241 Miscellaneous negatives, circa 1981-1986. (negatives)
IX.2MFM-PF-242 Senator Mattingly in Atlanta at a press conference, circa 1981-1986. ((5" x 7")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-243 Navy photos of the U.S.S. Puget Sound and Captain Jerry M. Blesch, U.S.N., circa 1981-1986. (2(8" x 10")b/w)
IX.3MFM-PF-244 Photo of flag ceremony of H.Q. USA Forces Command, Fort McPherson, Georgia presented to Mack Mattingly, February 14, 1986. ((10" x 13"))
SR OSMFM-PF-245 Mack Mattingly, President Ronald Reagan, Dan Quayle and James Baker. Signed: "To Mack Mattingly With Best Wishes and Appreciation and Warm Regard Ron", circa 1987. ((8" x 10") framed color)
IX.2MFM-PF-246 President Reagan and Mack Mattingly, circa 1987. ((6 ½" x 10")b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-247 Assistant Secretary General for Defense Support Mack Mattingly receiving a commemorative souvenir from B.O.D. Chairman Vayiakas and touring an avionics plant with the plant managers, circa 1987-1990. (5(5" x 8")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-248 Vice President George Bush and Mack Mattingly. White House Photo, July 14, 1987. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-249 Farnborough Air Show, September 1988. (7(5" x 7") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-250 Assistant NATO Secretary General Mack Mattingly at SYSCO-7 Conference in Alicante, Spain, November 1988. (10(4" x 6")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-251 Mack Mattingly with President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, November 28, 1988. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-AS252 Vice President Dan Quayle and Mack Mattingly. White House Photo. Signed: "Mack-NATO will never be the same-Dan Quayle" Photo stored in Secure Room, August 9, 1989. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-253 Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission Fundraising Luncheon. Mack Mattingly appointed Honorary Director, February 14, 1991. ((8" x 10")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-254 Mack F. Mattingly official photo as Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Seychelles. Appointed by President George Bush, circa 1992-1993. ((5" x 7")color)
IX.2MFM-PF-255 Dell James, Mack F. Mattingly, Dale Cox and Sue Halter. Brussels, Belgium, February 1990. ((4" x 6") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-256 Mack F. Mattingly and Fred at a social function, Brussels, 1990. ((4" x 6") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-257 Governor Thomas Kean (NJ), Mack F. Mattingly, Paul Coverdell, May 19, 1989. ((8" x 10") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-258 Visit to the Front, Shape, Belgium. General Jack Galvin and Mack F. Mattingly (includes a letter), 1988. (6 (5" x 7") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-259 NATO Representative Mack F. Mattingly with representatives from MKEK Kirikkale Facilities during a visit to Turkey – ASG Defense Support (includes publication, NATO Review, no. 5), 1988. (4 (3" x 5") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-260 Mack F. Mattingly and Ronald Reagan at NATO Summit, March 3, 1988. ((7" x 10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-261 Mack F. Mattingly with General Jack Galvin and Carolyn Mattingly at social. Shape, Belgium, circa 1988. (3 (5" x 7") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-262 Mack F. Mattingly with Robert Dole, President's Day Dinner. Atlanta, March 6, 1987. ((5" x 7") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-263 Republican National Convention. San Diego, California, 1964. (2 (3.5" x 5") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-264 Barry Goldwater and Mack F. Mattingly. Atlanta – Georgia State Republican Convention, 1964. ((8" x 10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-265 Portrait of Mack F. Mattingly, circa 1966. ((8" x 10") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-266 Speed V. Corp Artillery, Frankfurt, Germany. Mattingly receiving plaque, December 10, 1988. (Polaroid. color)
IX.2MFM-PF-267Visit to Laboratorio Nacional de Engenharia. E Technologia Industrial, Portugal, June 1988. (13 (4" x 6") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-268 Mack F. Mattingly visit to Aeritalia Caselle Facilities, Torino, Italy (includes letter), March 16, 1988. (5 (7" x 10") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-269 Mattingly with General Jack Galvin (signed), October 1988. ((8" x 10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-270 Morehouse School of Medicine Signing Ceremony. Washington, D.C., March 26, 1986. ((8" x 10") color, (8" x10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-271 Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and Mack F. Mattingly, NATO Summit, March 3, 1988. ((8" x 10) b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-272 Farmborough Air Show in United Kingdom. Asst. Secretary General NATO with Senator Stevens (AK), 1989. (5 (5" x 7") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-273 Ronald Reagan, Carolyn and Mack Mattingly debarking Air Force One, January 26, 1984. ((8" x 10") color)
IX.2MFM-PF-274 Mattingly being sworn in as U.S. Senator. Mack F. Mattingly, Carolyn [?], Walter Mondale, 1981. ((8" x10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-275 Mattingly with National Easter Seal Child, 1986. ((8" x 10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-276 Mack and Leslie Mattingly with Governor Sonny Perdue, 2003. ((8" x 10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-277 Mack Mattingly and Governor Sonny Perdue at Georgia Military Alliance Coordinating Committee Meeting, 2003. (3 (8" x 10") color, 2 (8" x 10") b/w)
IX.2MFM-PF-278 Mattingly and Leslie Mattingly unveiling Mack Mattingly Highway sign, March 4, 2006. ((8" x 10") color)
ER 4[Mack and Leslie Mattingly with Promient Politicians], circa 2003
Scans of photographs featuring Mack and Leslie Mattingly with prominent politicians including George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Saxby Chambliss, and Roy Barnes.

Series XI. Artifacts

6 box(es) (6 linear feet)
XI.2MFM-ART-1Jaycees Recognition Plaque: 8 x 10 inch plaque presented to MFM in recognition of this support of the Jaycees and hosting of the Federal Affairs Program, March 14, 1986
XI.1MFM-ART-2Veterans of Foreign Wars Plaque: 10 x 14 inch gold, black, and brown plaque given in appreciation to MFM for being Grand Marshall and Principal Speaker at the loyalty day program in Conyers, May 1, 1982
XI.1MFM-ART-3Appreciation Plaque: 9 x 12 inch brown, black, and gold plaque expressing gratitude for MFM's participation in the dedication of a Kearney, Baccus, Rehm, and Assoc. facility , April 15, 1981
XI.1MFM-ART-4Chamber of Commerce Appreciation Plaque: 9 x 12 inch black, silver, and brown plaque presented to MFM by the Dalton Whitfield chamber of commerce for being the guest speaker , October 15, 1985
XI.1MFM-ART-5Plaque from Coastal Area District Development Authority: 9 x 12 inch black, gold, and brown plaque given in appreciation for "sponsorship and valued support" at the federal procurement conference at Jekyll Island, July 13, 1984
XI.2MFM-ART-6The Herman J. Haas Award: Award given to MFM "for outstanding contributions to the insurance industry and the public which it serves. June 23, 1984." Given by the Independent Insurance Agents of Georgia
XI.1MFM-ART-7Plaque from Citizens of Claxton and Evans Counties: 10 x 14 inch plaque with a picture of MFM presented by residents of Claxton and Evans counties at the Business and Professional Women Annual Legislative Forum
XI.2MFM-ART-8Speaker Escutcheon: 7 x 6 inch (approx.) shield commemorating MFM as the Lions' Club speaker , April 17, 1980
XI.2MFM-ART-9St. Patrick's Day in Savannah Plaque: 8 x 10 inch brown and gold plaque dated March 17, 1981. The plaque says: "May the saddest days of your future be no worse than the happiest day of your past."
XI.2MFM-ART-10The Optimist Creed Plaque: 4 ½ x 6 ½ inch plaque with the Optimist International creed
XI.2MFM-ART-11Georgia Forestry Appreciation Plaque: 5 x 7 inch brown and green plaque presented in appreciation to MFM for "valuable and educational contributions" to Georgia forestry , June 7, 1982
XI.1MFM-ART-12Jet Fighter Plaque: 8 x 10 inch brown and silver plaque. Silver picture is cut in the shape of Georgia and depicts two jet fighters racing through the sky. Below in a silver box reads: "Mack Mattingly, Senator – Georgia"
XI.5MFM-ART-13Rotary Replica of Liberty Bell: Approx. 2 inch high copper-colored bell made to look like the liberty bell. On the handle of the bell the rotary symbol is affixed
XI.5MFM-ART-14American Legion Merchant Marine Award: 3 inch diameter medallion set in a 5 x 2 ½ x 1 inch base of wood. Medallion depicts Japan and Indonesia. Around top edge the medal says "Energy Transportation Corporation. 1985."
XI.2MFM-ART-15Transportation Leadership Award: Approx. 7 x 8 inch brown and gold plaque cut in the shape of Georgia given in 1983 to MFM by Georgians for Better Transportation
XI.5MFM-ART-16Boy Scouts Diamond Jubilee Paperweight: 2 ½ x 2 ½ x ¾ inch white marble paperweight with a crest on top for the Boy Scouts diamond jubilee
XI.2MFM-ART-17Honda Groundbreaking Plaque: 9 x 7 inch gold and brown plaque with a golden shovel above the caption "Honda, Groundbreaking, June 8, 1983, Alpharetta, Georgia.", 1983
XI.2MFM-ART-18WCI Appreciation Plaque: 7 x 8 inch brown, black, and gold shield shaped plaque given to MFM "for fighting the fight." October 21, 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia
XI.2MFM-ART-19Guest Conductor Plaque: 10 x 10 inch plaque given to MFM in "appreciation for his support of good music." Above silhouette of a conductor it says Guest Conductor, June 27, 1982
XI.3MFM-ART-20National Peach Council Appreciation Certificate given to MFM on July 14, 1982 in appreciation of his introduction of a bill proclaiming July as National Peach Month
XI.2MFM-ART-21Space Foundation Appreciation Plaque: 9 x 6 inch plaque given to thank MFM for this support of the United States Space Foundation
XI.2MFM-ART-22Speaker Commemoration Shield: An approx. 7 x 8 inch plaque in the shape of a shield given to MFM on May 28, 1986. Plaque given by the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association
XI.5MFM-ART-23Golden Replica of Hardhat: 1 ½ x 2 x 1 inch golden metal hardhat. A piece fitting over the bottom says, "ABC, Tribute to Construction Productivity, October 30, 1984."
XI.2MFM-ART-24C-20A Gulfstream III Plaque: 9 x 11 inch gold and brown plaque presented to air force by Gulfstream to commemorate first C-20A Gulfstream II delivery to 89th Military Airlift Wing, September 16, 1983
XI.5MFM-ART-25Watchdogs of the Treasury, Inc. Trophy: 3 inch silver bulldog on a 4 x 3 x 2 inch pedestal (brown). Given to MFM in 1983 in recognition of his behavior as a "watchdog."
XI.5MFM-ART-26Trophy from the National Federation of Independent Business: 5 ½ inch silver statue on a 2 ½ inch black base given to MFM for being a guardian of small business. Statue is a patriot from the Revolutionary War
XI.2MFM-ART-27Plaque from Coastal Area District Development Authority: 9 x 12 inch black and brown plaque given in appreciation of "sponsorship and support" at the federal procurement conference on Jekyll Island, Georgia, June 20-21, 1985