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Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries E: Personal Political Files

Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries E: Personal Political Files

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Title: Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries E: Personal Political Files
Creator: Miller, Zell Bryan, 1932-2018
Inclusive Dates: 1989-2000
Language(s): English
Extent: 29 box(es) (includes 475 kilobytes)
Collection Number: RBRL/213/ZM_IV_E
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Zell Miller Papers document Miller's forty-five year career in Georgia politics, including his service as a U.S. Senator (2000-2005), Governor of Georgia (1991-1999), Lieutenant Governor of Georgia (1975-1991), Executive Director of the Georgia Democratic Party (1971-1973), member of the State Boards of Pardons and Paroles, Probation, and Children and Youth (1964-1973), Executive Secretary to Governor Lester Maddox (1969-1971), State Senator (1961-1965), and Mayor of Young Harris, Georgia (1959-1960). Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries E. Personal Political Files includes materials about events held at the Governor's mansion, Miller's involvement with the Democratic Party, and subject files.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Miller passed away on March 23, 2018 at his home in Young Harris, GA from complications of Parkinson's Disease.

Scope and Content

Personal political files chronicle events at the Governor's mansion from 1991 to 1997 as well as material on the Clinton/Gore Democratic Presidential campaign in 1992 and 1996. Miller's personal executive files are also in this series and are similar to those of Steve Wrigley, who was his Executive Assistant from 1993 through 1998. These files are a mix of subject research, clippings, schedules, and copies of executive orders and reflect Miller's gubernatorial work on such issues as the HOPE scholarship, the creation of the lottery, the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996, and environmental issues. Material also includes Miller's work on the Democratic National Party Platform Committee.

Organization and Arrangement

Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries E. Personal Political Files are organized into six sections: correspondence, National Governor's Association (NGA), entertainment, mansion events, Clinton, and executive files. Materials in this series include personal correspondence, files documenting Zell and Shirley Miller's involvement in the NGA and entertainment at gubernatorial events.

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

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use with the following exceptions:

Voter Research files are restricted for 20 years from the date of creation.

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

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

Preferred Citation

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

Processing Notes

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

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2010.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Advertising, Political
Atlanta (Ga.) -- Politics and government.
Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946-
Campaign literature -- Democratic -- Georgia.
Campaign management -- United States.
Campaign paraphernalia -- Georgia.
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Clinton, Bill, 1946-
Education -- Georgia.
Georgia -- Music.
Georgia -- Politics and government -- 1951-
Howard, Pierre, 1943-
Legislative records.
Legislators -- United States.
Literacy -- Georgia.
Miller, Zell Bryan, 1932-2018
Murphy, Thomas Bailey, 1924-2007
Public lands -- Georgia.
Student aid -- Georgia.
Union County (Ga.) -- History.
Young Harris College.

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Clifford (Baldy) Baldowski Editorial Cartoons

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Bill Shipp Papers

Clifford H. Brewton Collection of Lester Maddox Speech/Press Records

Democratic Party of Georgia Papers

Ed Jenkins Papers

George Busbee Collection

T. Rogers Wade Collection of Herman E. Talmadge Materials

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Joseph Elvin Duncan Papers, University of West Georgia

Charles H. Prout research materials on Georgia governors, Georgia Historical Society

Helen Bullard Papers, Emory University

Georgia Government Documentation Project, Georgia State University

Zell Miller Commercials, Political Commercial Archive, University of Oklahoma

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


IV. Governor of Georgia

268 box(es)
This series contains material from Zell Miller's two terms as the seventy-ninth governor of Georgia. Items in the series document a variety of aspects of Miller's time in office including his two gubernatorial campaigns, personal correspondence, executive assistant research files, trade missions, mansion events, the Democratic National Party, the National Governor's Association, speeches, press releases, the creation of the lottery and the HOPE Scholarship, and the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. The series has been divided into the following subseries: A. Campaign, B. Press, C. Executive Assistants, D. Trade Missions, and E. Personal Political Files.
E. Personal Political Files , 1989-2000 ( 29 box(es) (includes 475 kilobytes) )
Personal political files are organized into six sections: correspondence, National Governor's Association (NGA), entertainment, mansion events, Clinton, and executive files. Materials in this series include personal correspondence, files documenting Zell and Shirley Miller's involvement in the NGA and entertainment at gubernatorial events. Files chronicling events at the Governor's mansion from 1991 to 1997 are included as well as material on the Clinton/Gore Democratic Presidential campaign in 1992 and 1996. Miller's personal executive files are also in this series and are similar to those of Steve Wrigley, who was his Executive Assistant from 1993 through 1998. These files are a mix of subject research, clippings, schedules, and copies of executive orders and reflect Miller's gubernatorial work on such issues as the HOPE scholarship, the creation of the lottery, the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996, and environmental issues. Material also includes Miller's work on the Democratic National Party Platform Committee.
Access to voter surveys is restricted for 20 years from date of creation. Restricted boxes are identified with an R before the box number. A box that includes restrictions will be open for research use after the restrictions have expired for all folders in that box.
This subseries contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.
IV.2411Correspondence Files (ZM-92-To Keep)
IV.2412Correspondence Files (Re-election Info), [1992]
IV.2413Correspondence Files (Keep), [1992 November]
IV.2414Correspondence Files (To Keep Old Clips), [1993]
IV.2415Correspondence Files (Zell Miller Correspondence to Keep), [1993]
IV.2416Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 January]
IV.2417Correspondence Files (Queen's Dinner Keep), [1993 February]
IV.2418Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 February, March]
IV.2419Correspondence Files, [1993 March]
IV.24110Correspondence Files (Keep Zell Miller), [1993 April]
IV.24111Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 May, June]
IV.24112Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 June, July]
IV.24113Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 August]
IV.24114Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 September]
IV.24115Correspondence Files (Keep), [1993 November]
IV.24116Correspondence Files (To Keep), [1994 January]
IV.24117Correspondence Files (To Keep), [1994 February]
IV.24118Correspondence Files, [1994 April]
IV.2421Correspondence Files, [1994 May]
IV.2422Correspondence Files, [1994 June]
IV.2423Correspondence Files (Government-NGA-D.C.), [1994]
IV.2424Correspondence Files, [1995 February, March]
IV.2425Correspondence Files (Governor's Letters of Thanks Sent by Charmaine) (folder 1 of 3), 1994
IV.2426Correspondence Files (Governor's Letters of Thanks Sent by Charmaine) (folder 2 of 3), 1994
IV.2427Correspondence Files (Governor's Letters of Thanks Sent by Charmaine) (folder 3 of 3), 1994
IV.2428Correspondence Files (Letters of Thanks) (folder 1 of 2), 1994
IV.2431Correspondence Files (Letters of Thanks) (folder 2 of 2), 1994
IV.2432Correspondence Files (Beverly- Copy of Thank Yous), 1994
IV.2433Zell Miller Letters to Keep, 1995
IV.2434Correspondence Files, [1995 March, April]
IV.2435Correspondence Files, [1995 May, June]
IV.2436Correspondence Files To Keep, 1996 December
IV.2437[Correspondence], 1996 June
IV.2438[Personal Correspondence], [1998]
IV.2439Jane Fonda, 1998
IV.24310Correspondence Files, [1998 November 17]
IV.24311[Correspondence], [1990-1998]
IV.24312Jimmy Carter, 1994
IV.24313[Bill Clinton], 1992-2000
IV.24314Clinton/Gore Correspondence, 1990-1996
IV.24315Correspondence Files [Cindy Wright], undated
IV.2441[Southern Governors' Association Virginia], [1997]
IV.2442National Governors' Association, Vermont/Maine, 1995 July 29-August 1
IV.2443Annual Report- Southern Governors' Association, Annual Meeting Materials, undated
IV.2444Appalachian Regional Commission, Governor Quorum Meeting, 1997 February 2
IV.2445Southern Governors' Association, 1998 August 30-September 1
IV.2451Entertainment Misc., undated
IV.2452Entertainment Misc., undated
IV.2453Entertainment Legislative and Dinners, 1991, 1992
IV.2454Entertainment, 1992 September
IV.2455Entertainment, 1992 October
IV.2456Entertainment, Filming/Grassroots, undated
IV.2457Entertainment, undated
IV.2458Entertainment, undated
IV.2459Entertainment, 1991 Freshmen Legislators Breakfast, 1991 January 29-30
IV.24510Entertainment, Host List Inaugural Open House, undated
IV.24511Entertainment Literacy Columbus, October 22
IV.24512Entertainment Pre-legislative Forum, undated
IV.24513Entertainment Trip Folder, October 25-29
IV.24514Entertainment Rec. and Dinner for Supporters, 1991 April 28
IV.2461Entertainment, undated
IV.2462Entertainment, Fasionata, Young Audiences, 1991 July 18, September 5
IV.2463Entertainment, American Federation of Arts- Lunch, 1991 April 19
IV.2464Entertainment, King Constantine Lunch, 1991 April 30
IV.2465Entertainment, 1991
IV.2466Entertainment, Elberton, 1991 June 5
IV.2467Entertainment Media, undated
IV.2468Entertainment Confirmation Letters and Forms, Holiday Entertainment, 1994
IV.2469Entertainment, ITT Luncheon- FRI, 1994 December 2
IV.24610Entertainment, Christmas, 1995
IV.24611Entertainment, Certificates and Invitations, undated
IV.24612Entertainment, Secretary of State (Interested Parties) Keep, 1995
IV.24613Entertainment, 1995 September, October, November
IV.2471[Official Events List], 1991 January-December
IV.2472Executive Board Dinner, 1991 January 20, 21, 22
IV.2473JJ [Jefferson Jackson] Reception, 1991 January 28
IV.2474Jefferson Jackson Arrangements Committee, 1991 January 28
IV.2475Legislative Breakfasts, 1991 January 29-30
IV.2476Law Enforcement Luncheons, 1991 February 13-14
IV.2477[Jefferson Jackson] JJ Sponsors Breakfast, 1991 February 19
IV.2478Inaugural Sponsors and Staff Dinner, 1991 February 27
IV.2479Williams Commission Lunch, 1991 March 22
IV.24710Higher Education Roundtable Lunch, 1991 April 3
IV.24711Red Carpet, 1991 April 9
IV.24712Georgia Council for the Arts, 5:30 Reception, 1991 April 18
IV.24713American Federation of Arts Lunch, 1991 April 19
IV.24714Young Harris College, 1991 April 19
IV.24715Reception and Dinner for Supporters, 1991 April 28
IV.24716King and Queen of Greece, 1991 April 30
IV.24717Woodruff Arts Center, 1991 June 6
IV.24718Robinson Reception, 1991 June 14
IV.24719Department Heads Breakfast and Lunch, 1991 June 18
IV.24720Department of Transportation Board, 1991 June 19
IV.24721Preservation 2000, 1991 June 23
IV.24722Georgia Council for the Arts, 1991 June 26
IV.24723Valedictorians, 1991 June 29
IV.24724Bryan/Miller Reunion, 1991 June 30
IV.24725Professional Standards Commission, 1991 July 1
IV.24726Legislator's Lunch, 1991 July 2
IV.24727Department of Transportation Luncheons, 1991 July 2, 9
IV.24728Southeastern Association of Tax Administrators (SEATA), 1991 July 22
IV.24729Office of Planning and Budget Lunch, 1991 July 10
IV.24730Higher Education Round Table, 1991 July 30
IV.24731Floor Leaders, 1991 August 2
IV.24732American Bar Association, 1991 August 12
IV.24733Lt. Governor and Speaker Lunch, 1991 August 13
IV.24734Democratic Party Breakfast, 1991 September 11
IV.24735Staff Dinner, 1991 September 13
IV.24736Governor Clinton Breakfast, 1991 September 15
IV.24737Auxiliary Medical Association Luncheon, 1991 September 20
IV.24738Dr. H.P. Henderson- Biographer of Governor Ellis Arnall, 1991 September 27
IV.24739Foxfire, 1991 September 24
IV.24740Georgia Power (YES! Atlanta), 1991 October 11
IV.24741H. Huckaby-Standard and Poor Dinner, 1991 October 15
IV.24742People's Place Project Interconnections, 1991 October 23
IV.24743Florida Medical Association Tour, 1991 October 24
IV.24744Pace Academy Tour, 1991 November 4
IV.24745Fernbank- NO COST, 1991 November 5
IV.24746Council of Chief State School Officers, 1991 November 9
IV.24747Carville Lunch/Press Lunch, 1991 November 26
IV.24748Consular Corps, 1991 December 3
IV.24749Young Harris, 1991 December 6, 7, 8, 9
IV.24750High Museum, 1991 December 9
IV.24751Democratic Party Roundtable Dinner, 1991 December 10
IV.24752Georgia Press Association Reception, 1991 December 12
IV.24753Staff Party, Children's Party, 1991 December 20, 22
IV.24754Floor Leader Lunch, 1992 January 2
IV.24755Dub Harper Dinner, 1992 January 2
IV.24756Legislative and Floor Leaders Lunch and Dinner, 1992 January 2, 6
IV.24757Williams Commission, 1992 January 8
IV.24758College Presidents Dinner, 1992 January 10
IV.24759Private College Presidents Lunch, 1992 January 21
IV.24760Adult and Technical Education Lunch, 1992 January 23
IV.24761GAE/GAEL Lunch, 1992 January 24
IV.24762Jefferson-Jackson Reception-Democratic Party, 1992 January 15
IV.24763Executive Board Dinners (3), 1991 January 20, 22, 25
IV.24764Japan American Society, 1992 January 22
IV.24765Towns/Union Chambers Lunch, 1992 January 22
IV.24766CNN Reception, 1992 January 27
IV.24767Fyodorov, Dr. [Svyatoslav], 1992 January 30
IV.2481Partnership in Education, 1992 February 5
IV.2482Clinton Lunch, 1992 February 11
IV.2483Executive Commissioners Reception, 1992 February 13
IV.2484Legislative Dinners, 1992 February 10, 17, 24
IV.2485Atlanta Jewish Federation, 1992 March 6
IV.2486Friendship Force, 1992 March 16
IV.2487Bass PLC (Holiday Inn), 1992 March 17
IV.2488Henry Green Lunch- Atlanta Historical Society, 1992 March 26
IV.2489Zoo Atlanta, 1992 April 2
IV.24810Red Carpet Dinner, 1992 April 7
IV.24811Uhry, Alfred Dinner, 1992 April 16
IV.24812Tour of Homes, 1992 April 26
IV.24813Townsend Awards Lunch, 1992 May 5
IV.24814ASCAP, 1992 May 6
IV.24815Atlanta Conventions and Visitors Bureau, 1992 May 7
IV.24816United Way-Alexis de Tocqueville Society, 1992 May 12
IV.24817Juvenile Diabetes, 1992 May 14
IV.24818National Osteoporosis Foundation, 1992 May 18
IV.24819[Miller] Family Reunion, 1992 May 16
IV.24820Georgia Ballet, 1994 May 21
IV.24821Georgia Conservancy, 1992 May 26
IV.24822McDuffie, Robert Dinner, 1992 May 28
IV.24823Georgia Roundtable- Democratic Party of Georgia, 1992 June 3
IV.24824Nature Conservancy, 1992 June 4
IV.24825Woodruff Art Lunch, 1992 June 10
IV.24826CEO's Lunch, 1992 June12
IV.24827BBQ (supporters), 1992 June 14
IV.24828Brooks, Tyron, 1992 June 16
IV.24829Georgia Wildlife, 1992 June 18
IV.24830Woodruff Art Reception, 1992 June 23
IV.24831Sams, Ferrol-Georgia Council of the Arts, 1992 June 25
IV.24832Department Heads, 1992 June 30
IV.24833Big Click- Tourism and Trade, 1992 July 2
IV.24834Andrews, Benny, 1992 July 23
IV.24835Graham, Billy, 1992 August 18
IV.24836O'Kelley, Mattie Lou, 1992 August 18
IV.24837Williams, Virgil, Fall Feathers, 1992 August 21
IV.24838American Society of Association Executives, 1992 August 28
IV.24839[Rabun Gap Tea], 1992 September 3
IV.24840Kunian, Sonny, 1992 September 9
IV.24841Agrirama, 1992 September 15
IV.24842Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary, 1992 September 18
IV.24843Reece, Byron Herbert, 1992 September 21
IV.24844BMI, 1992 September 24
IV.24845Democratic Party, 1992 September 25
IV.24846Green Carpet, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, 1992 October 14
IV.24847Friends of First Ladies, 1992 October 14
IV.24848Economic Roundtable, 1992 November 2
IV.24849Governor's Meeting and Lunch, 1992 November 5
IV.24850Botanical Garden, 1992 November 8
IV.24851Governor's Meeting and Lunch, 1992 November 9
IV.24852Congressional Dinner, 1992 November 16
IV.24853Legislative Lunches, 1992 November 16, 17, 19, 20
IV.24854Northside Women's Club, 1992 November 18
IV.24855SREB Lunch Dinner and Breakfast, 1992 November 23, 24
IV.24856Williams, Virgil, 1992 November 25
IV.24857Standard and Poor, H. Huckaby, 1992 November 30
IV.24858Georgia Research Alliance, Venture Capital, 1992 November 30
IV.2491Tourism and Trade (Cardoza) Steed, 1992 December 7
IV.2492Southern Growth Policies, 1992 December 10
IV.2493Consular Corps Women's Association, 1992 December 15
IV.2494Staff Christmas Party, 1992 December 16
IV.2495Democratic Party Roundtable, 1992 December 17
IV.2496Atlantic Market Center, Sam Williams, 1992 December 18
IV.2497Christmas, 1992 December
IV.2498Governor's Staff and Floor Leaders Lunch, 1993 January 4
IV.2499Fine Arts Advisory Council, Georgia Department of Education, 1993 January 12
IV.24910Governor's Working Lunch #2, 1993 January 21
IV.24911Legislative Dinner #1, 1993 January 24
IV.24912Jefferson-Jackson Reception- Democratic Party, 1993 January 27
IV.24913Dinner- Queen of Norway and President Samaranch, 1993 February 7
IV.24914Legislative Dinner #2, 1993 February 14
IV.24915Georgia Child Abuse Prevention, 1993 February 16
IV.24916Legislative Dinner #3, 1993 February 28
IV.24917Hostess Luncheon, 1993 March 2
IV.24918Reception: Terry Duvernay, 1993 March 7
IV.24919Legislative Dinner #4, 1993 March 8
IV.24920Red Carpet Dinner, 1993 April 6
IV.24921Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 April 8
IV.24922Miles, Sid Lunch, 1993 April 12
IV.24923Music Hall of Fame, 1993 April 19
IV.24924Young College Planning Lunch, 1993 April 27
IV.24925Mason, Keith, 1993 May 2
IV.24926Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 May 3
IV.24927Senior Staff Lunch #1, 1993 May 4
IV.24928Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 May 7
IV.24929Industrial Development Research Council, 1993 May 8
IV.24930Atlanta Ballet Reception, 1993 May 9
IV.24931Senior Staff Working Lunch #2, 1993 May 11
IV.24932Next Generation School Fundraiser, 1993 May 12
IV.24933Governor's Lunch (R. Jenrette), 1993 May 21
IV.24934Super Bowl- NFL, 1993 May 25
IV.24935Jomandi [Theater Co.] Reception, 1993 May 27
IV.24936Woodruff Arts Patron Circle of Stars, 1993 June 2
IV.24937Georgia Council for Arts (Lamar Dodd), 1993 June 8
IV.24938Southern Growth Policies Board, 1993 June 9
IV.24939Valedictorians, 1993 June 13
IV.24940Young Harris College Fund-Raiser, 1993 June 14
IV.24941Atlanta Opera- Reception and Dinner, 1993 June 15
IV.24942Georgia Chamber Commerce- Vice Presidential Debates Fundraiser, 1993 June 28
IV.24943Jennings, Waylon, 1993 July 8
IV.24944Ballard and Leake Dinner, 1993 July 12
IV.24945Agency Head, 1993 July 14
IV.24946AT&T Math and Science Teachers, 1993 July 15
IV.24947Agency Head, 1993 July 16
IV.24948Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games- ACOG Medal of Honor Winners, 1993 July 20
IV.24949Agency Head, 1993 July 21
IV.24950Anderson, Bill-Nashville Folks, 1993 July 21
IV.24951Georgia Head Injury Association, 1993 July 27
IV.24952Governor's Lunch- Billy Jones, 1993 July 27
IV.24953Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, 1993 July 28
IV.24954Williams, Virgil- Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 July 30
IV.24955Ballard, Caroline- Volunteer Lunch, 1993 August 4
IV.24956Williams, Virgil- Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 August 18
IV.24957Georgia/Georgia Tech, 1993 August 19
IV.24958Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 August 27
IV.2501Department of Industry, Trade, and Tourism/Omnium Plastic, 1993 September 8
IV.2502Nature Conservancy Breakfast, 1993 September 9
IV.2503Commission on Health Care, Ed Jenkins- Russ Toal, 1993 September 13
IV.2504Georgia Council for Arts- Lanier Meaders, 1993 September 14
IV.2505P.E.D., 1993 September 16
IV.2506Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism- Siemens Automotive, 1993 September 16
IV.2507Governor's Breakfast, 1993 September 23
IV.2508Atlanta Symphony Coffee, 1993 September 27
IV.2509Press Corps Cookout, Rick Den, 1993 October 5
IV.25010Governor's Working Lunch, 1993 October 13
IV.25011SSCOCOA, Luther Lewis, 1993 October 14
IV.25012Huckaby, [Clay, Reception], 1993 October 21
IV.25013Taco Bell (Dept. ITT), 1993 November 3
IV.25014Swearing [Carl/Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education], 1993 November 3
IV.25015Standard & Poor, 1993 November 9
IV.25016Harris, Herky Breakfast, 1993 November 10
IV.25017Lacey-Champion, 1993 November 11
IV.25018Governor's Development Council, 1993 November 15
IV.25019Governor's Development Council- Economics Development, 1993 November 15
IV.25020Georgia State University Alumni, 1993 November 17
IV.25021Wedding [Miller/Nunnally], 1993 November 19
IV.25022Democratic Roundtable, 1993 December 13
IV.25023Campbell Bill, 1993 December 21
IV.25024Private Colleges and University Presidents, 1994 January 3
IV.25025Technical and Adult Education School Presidents, 1994 January 5
IV.25026Business Leaders Dinner, 1994 January 18
IV.25027Business Leaders Dinner, 1994 January 19
IV.25028Legislative Dinners #1-2-3, 1994 January 24, 26; February 8
IV.25029Business Leaders Lunch, 1994 January 28
IV.25030Jefferson-Jackson Arrangements Committee Reception, 1994 February 1
IV.25031Aaron, Hank, 1994 February 5
IV.25032Propst, Dean Lunch, 1994 February 9
IV.25033Police Chiefs, 1994 February 10
IV.25034Business Leaders, 1994 February 11
IV.25035Georgia Sheriff's #1-2-3, 1994 February 15, 17, 21
IV.25036Inquirer's Literacy Club Tea, 1994 February 20
IV.25037Legislative Spouses Lunch, 1994 February 28
IV.25038Red Carpet Tour Reception and Dinner, 1994 April 5
IV.25039Taylor, Tommie Lunch, 1994 April 15
IV.25040Georgia Freight Bureau Reception (Sarah Burnett), 1994 April 20
IV.25041Dahlonega/Commerce Exchange Visit Luncheon and Tour, 1994 April 21
IV.25042Peachtree Road United Methodist Capital Fund Leadership Dinner, 1994 April 25
IV.25043Members Guild of Atlanta Historical Society Reception and Dinner, 1994 April 27
IV.25044National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors Tour and Coffee, 1994 May 5
IV.25045Zoo Atlanta's Patrons of the Beastly Feast Reception, 1994 May 5
IV.25046KICKS/V106 (Rhubarb Jones Tour), 1994 May 6
IV.25047Georgia Council for International Visitors Coffee and Tour, 1994 May 9
IV.25048Chinese Visitors Tour (Kennesaw State College) Ken Jin, 1994 May 10
IV.25049GPTV Reception and Dinner, 1994 May 12
IV.25050Woodruff Arts Center Patron Circle of Stars Reception, 1994 May 19
IV.25051CARE Reception, 1994 May 24
IV.2511USO-GA Reception and Dinner, 1994 June 6
IV.2512Japan Reception, 1994 June 10
IV.2513Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs International Executive Committee Dinner, 1994 June 16
IV.2514Native Atlantans Club Tour, 1994 June 18
IV.2515Valedictorian's Day, 1994 June 19
IV.2516North Caroline Federation of Women, 1994 June 20
IV.2517White County Docents Luncheon, 1994 June 22
IV.2518Southwest-Georgia Flood Disaster Briefing- State Department Heads, 1994 July 14
IV.2519ACOG Olympic Force Medal of Honor Luncheon, 1994 July 19
IV.25110Miller for Governor Campaign Staff Pool Party and BBQ, 1994 July 20
IV.25111Operation Legacy/Georgia Power Reception and Dinner, 1994 July 25
IV.25112Secret Formula Reception Honoring Rick Allen, 1994 August 1
IV.25113International Furnishings and Design Associates Georgia Chapter Tour and Meeting, 1994 August 3
IV.25114Georgia Department of Education Conference Reception, 1994 August 10
IV.25115Georgia Ports Authority 50th Anniversary Reception, 1994 August 16
IV.25116Georgia Council for the Arts Dinner: Tribute to Georgia Music, 1994 August 30
IV.25117The Nature Conservancy Breakfast, 1994 September 8
IV.25118Atlanta Music Club Tour and Meeting, 1994 September 21
IV.25119Augusta Area Ladies Luncheon, 1994 September 28
IV.25120Cobb Executive Women Luncheon, 1994 October 14
IV.25121Michael C. Carlos Museum Emory University Reception, 1994 October 18
IV.25122Operation Legacy Reception and Dinner; Georgia Power (Automotive), 1994 November 11
IV.25123Wedding [Miller/Nunnally], 1994 November 19
IV.25124Legislative Leaders Luncheon, 1994 December 1
IV.25125Governor's Development Council Meetings and Cocktails, 1994 December 6
IV.25126Tree Lighting, 1994 December 6
IV.25127Leadership Cobb Tour and Reception, 1994 December 7
IV.25128Consular Corps Women's Association of Atlanta, Georgia Holiday Coffee, 1994 December 9
IV.25129United Methodist Church Board of Mission Site Committee Dinner, 1994 December 12
IV.25130Democratic Party of Georgia Round Table Reception and Dinner, 1994 December 16
IV.25131Paralympics Game Card from Blaze, 1994 December 19
IV.25132Supper for Campaign Press and Media, 1994 December 20
IV.25133Inaugural Open House, 1995 January 8
IV.25134Inauguration/Open House, 1995 January 8, 9
IV.25135Legislative Dinner #1, 1995 January 23
IV.25136Legislative Dinner #2, 1995 February 6
IV.25137Legislative Dinner #3, 1995 February 13
IV.25138Jefferson Jackson Sponsors Dinner, 1995 February 21
IV.25139Legislative Dinner #4, 1995 February 23
IV.25140North Carolina Museum Breakfast, 1995 February 24
IV.25141Seus/Japan Dinner (ITT), 1995 March 6
IV.25142Georgia Commission on Women Tea and Screening, 1995 March 8
IV.25143Georgia Commission on Women 1st Ladies, 1995 March 8
IV.25144Standard and Poor, 1995 March 14
IV.25145White House Conference Reception, 1995 March 28
IV.25146White House Conference, 1995 March 28
IV.25147Red Carpet Tour Reception and Dinner, 1995 April 4
IV.25148Standard and Poor, 1995 April 11
IV.25149Linda Schrenko Luncheon, 1995 April 14
IV.25150Floor Leader's Luncheon, 1995 April 19
IV.25151ACOG Nobel Laureates in Literature Dinner, 1995 April 25
IV.2521Operation Legacy Reception and Dinner, 1995 May 1
IV.2522Budget Meetings '97- Department Heads, 1995 May 2
IV.2523Legislative Leaders Lunch, 1995 May 4
IV.2524Governor Sanders, 1995 May 13
IV.2525Legislative Meetings, 1995 May 30
IV.2526Woodruff Arts Center Patron Circle of Stars Reception, 1995 May 31
IV.2527Operation Legacy (Georgia Power) Reception and Dinner, 1995 June 5
IV.2528Democratic Party Breakfast, 1995 June 8
IV.2529Valedictorians Day, 1-3 Outside Metro- 2-4 Metro, 1995 June 11
IV.25210Hostess' Lunch- Amy, 1995 June 29
IV.25211Georgia Lottery Reception, 1995 July 10
IV.25212Waylon Jennings/GPTV Taping, 1995 July 14
IV.25213Staff Party, 1995 July 15
IV.25214Governor Maddox D-Day Planning and Birthday Party, 1995 July 25, September 24
IV.25215Georgia Research Alliance Breakfast, 1995 August 4
IV.25216Georgia Department of Education Conference Reception, 1995 August 8
IV.25217Governor's Club Reception, 1995 August 15
IV.25218Olympic Force Medal of Honor Lunch, 1995 August 23
IV.25219Georgia Council for the Arts Reception and Dinner (Swamp Gravy and Reach of Song Event), 1995 August 29
IV.25220Literacy Action, 1995 September 7
IV.25221Operation Legacy- Agribusiness Dinner, 1995 September 11
IV.25222Democratic Roundtable Breakfast, 1995 September 26
IV.25223Nature Conservancy Breakfast, 1995 October 19
IV.25224Williams Reception, 1995 October 20
IV.25225Richard Russell Statue Lunch, 1995 October 23
IV.25226Freedoms Foundation Luncheon, 1995 October 26
IV.25227Miller Dinner, 1995 October 30
IV.25228Forbes Breakfast, CEO, 1995 November 8
IV.25229Hands On-Atlanta, 1995 November 9
IV.25230Board of Regents Breakfast, 1995 November 16
IV.25231Business Leaders Lunch- Governors Development Council, 1995 November 17
IV.25232House Décor- Rich's- GPTV- Mental Health, Tree Lighting, 1995 December 5, 6
IV.25233Sharon Adams (Pratt) Lunch, 1995 December 11
IV.25234Democratic Party, 1995 December 15
IV.25235Young Harris College Alumni Reception, 1995 December 17
IV.25236Consul Coffee, 1995 December 18
IV.25237Habitat for Humanity Reception, 1995 December 18
IV.25238Governor's Staff Dinner, 1995 December 20
IV.25239Christmas Cookies and Punch, 1995 December
IV.25240Legislative Dinner #1, 1996 January 23
IV.25241Legislative Dinner #2, 1996 January 25
IV.25242Legislative Dinner #3, 1996 January 30
IV.25243(ITT) World View 90's Luncheon, 1996 March 19
IV.25244Floor Leaders Dinner, 1996 April 3
IV.25245Red Carpet, 1996 April 9
IV.25246Southern Association College and University President's Dinner, 1996 April 13
IV.25247Georgia Wildlife Dinner, 1996 April 18
IV.25248Southern Arts Auction, 1996 April 23
IV.25249Georgetown University Alumni Dinner- Dick Williams, 1996 April 25
IV.25250Operation Legacy, 1996 May 1
IV.25251ITT- Superfos Executive Reception, 1996 May 2
IV.25252Lt. Governor/Lex Mundi Reception, 1996 May 4
IV.25253New Georgia Guide Reception, 1996 May 9
IV.25254PGA Wives Coffee, 1996 May 9
IV.25255Utah Governor's Mansion, 1996 May 13-15
IV.25256Jones [George] Reception, 1996 May 14
IV.25257Sweetwater Middle School, 1996 May 22
IV.25258Hostess Luncheon, 1996 May 30
IV.2531Mercer University/They Heard Georgia Singing Reception, 1996 June 6
IV.2532Valedictorian's Day- Outside Metro 1:00-3:00; Metro area 3:00-5:00, 1996 June 23
IV.2533Consular Breakfast, 1996 July 9
IV.2534International Olympic Committee Dinner, 1996 July 15
IV.2535Home Depot Brunch, 1996 July 19
IV.2536President, 1996 July 19
IV.2537Delta Airlines, 1996 July 22, 24; August 1
IV.2538IOC and Delta Printing "Peaches", [1992 July 22]
IV.2539Congressional Reception, 1996 July 26
IV.25310GSP Torch Relay Reception, 1996 August 20
IV.25311SOLEC Dinner, 1996 September 4
IV.25312Department of Industry and Trade Breakfast, 1996 September 5
IV.25313Board of Regent's Dinner, 1996 September 12
IV.25314Governor's Education Lunch, 1996 September 16
IV.25315Democratic Roundtable Breakfast, 1996 September 16
IV.25316Peachtree Methodist Church Luncheon, 1996 September 20
IV.25317Green Carpet Tour Dinner, 1996 September 25
IV.25318Waylon Jennings Lunch, 1996 September 25
IV.25319Wives of Senior Staff-Robins Air Force Base, 1996 October 1
IV.25320Nature Conservancy Breakfast, 1996 October 15
IV.25321Georgia Ballet- Reception, 1996 October 17
IV.25322CLCP Workshop [Certified Literate Community Program], 1996 October 22
IV.25323Farris Freeman Luncheon, 1996 November 6
IV.25324International Club Reception, 1996 November 9
IV.25325New Governor's Conference, 1996 November 14-16
IV.25326Consul Corp Wives Tea, [1996 November 21]
IV.25327Consular Corp Dinner, 1996 November 25
IV.25328Mental Health Association, 1996 December 5
IV.25329Tree Lighting, [1996 December 5]
IV.25330Democratic Party Roundtable Dinner, 1996 December 17
IV.25331Young Harris College Alumni Reception, 1996 December 15, 18
IV.25332Christmas, 1996
IV.25333Education Board Lunch, 1997 January 6
IV.25334Legislative Dinner #1, 1997 January 28
IV.25335Legislative Dinner #2, 1997 January 30
IV.25336Legislative Dinner #3, 1997 February 11
IV.25337Legislative Dinner #4, 1997 February 13
IV.25338[Sam] Nunn/JDF [Juvenile Diabetes Foundation] Reception, 1997 February 22
IV.25339Teen Pregnancy Prevention Lunch, 1997 March 14
IV.25340Peabody Awards National Advisory Board Dinner, 1997 March 23
IV.25341Red Carpet, 1997 April 8
IV.25342Polish Governor's Wives, 1997 April 8
IV.25343Knapp, Dr. Charles Dinner, 1997 April 14
IV.25344ECS [Education Commission of the States] Reception and Dinner, 1997 April 17
IV.25345Take Daughter to Work/Tour, 1997 April 24
IV.25346Nature Conservancy, 1997 April 26
IV.25347Young Harris BBQ, 1997 April 27
IV.25348Country Brown Celebration, 1997 May 14
IV.2541Valedictorians, 1997 June 1
IV.2542Longstreet Press, 1997 June 5
IV.2543Woodruff [Arts Center Reception], 1997 June 10
IV.2544First-Ladies-PGA, 1997 June 18
IV.2545NAFSA [National Association of State Facility Administrators], 1997 June 24
IV.2546Smith, Deen Day Reception, 1997 July 23
IV.2547Philips NV Senior Management Lunch, 1997 August 4
IV.2548FBI Association Lunch, 1997 August 5
IV.2549Bob Moore Dinner- Wildlife Donation, 1997 August 8
IV.25410Holocaust [Reception], 1997 August 12
IV.25411Volunteer's Lunch, 1997 August 20
IV.25412Staff Party, 1997 August 24
IV.25413Privatization Committee Lunch, 1997 September 11
IV.25414American Society of Media Photographers Reception, 1997 September 22
IV.25415Women Executives, 1997 September 28
IV.25416Leadership Lunch, 1997 October 15
IV.25417Georgia Ducks Unlimited Dinner, 1997 October 23
IV.25418UGA Baseball Dinner, 1997 October 28
IV.25419Don Imus Radio Show, 1997 October 31
IV.25420Hamilton McWhorter [Lunch], 1997 November 4
IV.25421Nature Conservancy Breakfast, 1997 November 12
IV.25422Wildlife Dinner and Breakfast, 1997 November 15
IV.25423Bill Shipp Book Signing, 1997 November 18
IV.25424Leadership Lunch, 1997 November 18
IV.25425Salvation Army Auxiliary Meeting, 1997 November 20
IV.25426Young Harris College, 1997 December 14
IV.25427Democratic Roundtable Dinner, 1997 December 16
IV.2551[Governor's Mansion, Christmas], 1991
IV.2552[Governor's Mansion, Christmas], 1992
IV.2553[Governor's Mansion, Christmas], 1993
IV.2554[Governor's Mansion Christmas], 1994
IV.2555Governor's Mansion, undated
IV.2561Governor's State of State and Budget, 1993 January, 1995-1997-1998
IV.2562Magazine/Newspaper Articles, undated
IV.2563Presidential Inaugural Gala, 1993
IV.2564Miscellaneous, undated
IV.2565"Putting People First- A National Economic Strategy for America- Governor Bill Clinton", undated
IV.2566Georgia Rebound- Governor Zell Miller Legislative Package, 1992
IV.2567Keynotes, undated
IV.2568[Clinton Campaign], undated
IV.2569Clinton/Gore, undated
IV.25610Convention Speech, undated
IV.25611Keynote Correspondence, 1992 August 6
IV.25612Keynote Correspondence, undated
IV.25613Keynote Correspondence, undated
IV.25614Keynote Correspondence, undated
IV.25615Miscellaneous, undated
IV.25616Correspondence Re: Keynote Address, undated
IV.25617[Correspondence Re: Convention Speech], undated
IV.25618[Clinton Campaign], undated
IV.25619[Clinton-Gore Messages], undated
IV.25620[Clinton Campaign, James Carville], undated
IV.2571Governor's Appointments (folder 1 of 4), 1993
IV.2572Governor's Appointments (folder 2 of 4), 1993
IV.2573Governor's Appointments (folder 3 of 4), 1993
IV.2574Governor's Appointments (folder 4 of 4), 1993
IV.2575Governor's Appointments (folder 1 of 4), 1994
IV.2576Governor's Appointments (folder 2 of 4), 1994
IV.2577Governor's Appointments (folder 3 of 4), 1994
IV.2578Governor's Appointments (folder 4 of 4), 1994
IV.2581Statistics Notebook [Budget-Economy], undated
IV.2582Statistics [Education-Taxes], undated
IV.2583Meeting of the Committee on Economic Development and Commerce [National Governor's Association], undated
IV.2584Winter Meeting, Washington D.C. [Southern Governor's Association], 1997
IV.2585Department of Human Resources- Office of Planning and Budget [Fiscal Year 1991 Amended Budget- Four Year Projections], 1991
IV.2586Department of Human Resources- Office of Planning and Budget [Amended Budget- Mental Health], undated
IV.259135 Years of Georgia Economic Developers Association Success, 1999
IV.2592500 Days Into the Zell Miller Administration, 1992
IV.2593[Alaska Trip Postcards], undated
IV.2594Announcement- Governor's Race, 1990
IV.2595Appalachian Consortium, undated
OS1ASCEND certificate, 1994
IV.2596Are Southern Governors Still a Different Breed? Examining Gubernatorial Personality in South and Non-South, 1998
IV.2597Athens Magazine, 1991 April
IV.2598Atlanta, August, 1992
IV.2599Atlanta College of Art Diploma, Remarks, Program [oversize removed], 1993 May 15
OS1Atlanta College of Art Diploma, 1993 May 15
IV.25910Briefing Materials for First Lady Shirley Miller, 1998
IV.25911Brooks Lawsuit, [1991]
IV.25912Budget In Brief, State of Georgia, Fiscal Year, 1999
IV.25913Bill Burson, 1997
IV.25914George W. Bush, undated
IV.25915[Campaign- Barnes], [1990]
IV.25916Campaign Clippings, 1994
IV.25917Campaign/Debate Brief Book, 1990
IV.25918Canada, 1997
IV.25919Centennial Olympic Games, Official Souvenir Program, 1996 July 19-August 4
IV.25920[Certificates], 1991-1998
IV.25921Certified Literate Community Program Pamphlet, 1997
IV.25922Challenge and Response: Economic Development Policy in the Nineties, 1991 March 18
IV.25923[Cherokee Indians, Georgia], [1990]
IV.25924Chicago Democratic Convention (folder 1 of 3), 1996
IV.25925Chicago Democratic Convention (folder 2 of 3), 1996
IV.25926Chicago Democratic Convention (folder 3 of 3), 1996
IV.25927The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1996 September 2
IV.25928Clippings, [1990-1999]
IV.25929Clippings, 1990
IV.25930[Clippings], 1991
IV.25931Clippings, 1992-1993
IV.25932[Clippings], 1994
IV.25933[Clippings], 1995
IV.25934[Clippings], 1996
IV.25935[Clipping, Photograph, Programs], 1996
IV.25936[Clipping, Photographs, Programs], 1997
IV.25937[Clippings], 1998
IV.25938Clippings, 1999
IV.25939Clips Literacy, undated
IV.25940Clippings, Magazines, Press, 1990-1999
IV.2601[Clippings, Olympics], 1996 July-August
IV.2602Closing Ceremony, Press Guide, [Olympics], 1996 August 4
IV.2603Closing Remarks on the Platform, Democratic National Convention, 1996 August 27
IV.2604Mark Cohen, 1995 December
IV.2605Commencement: A Snapshot, UGA, 1999
IV.2606[Corps Values Book Announcement], 1996
IV.2607[Correspondence and Speeches], 1997
IV.2608Daughters of the American Revolution, National Conservation Committee Award, 1993
IV.2609Correspondence Clippings, 1996 December
IV.26010Democrat Leadership Council, 1991
IV.26011Democratic Platform Drafting, 1996
IV.26012Democratic Platform Drafting Committee, 1996
IV.26013Democratic National Convention, 1992 July 10-17
IV.26014Democratic National Convention Press, 1992
IV.26015Democratic National Convention, Keynote Address, 1992
IV.26016Department of Children and Youth Services [re: Napper], 1994 September
IV.26017Directory of Georgia Municipal Officials and Associate Members, 1990
IV.26018Directory of Georgia Municipal Officials and Associate Members, 1991
IV.26019Economic Growth During Miller Administration, 1997
IV.26020[Education Notes], undated
IV.26021"Elect Clement Governor" Mounted Pin, undated
IV.26022Emory Magazine, Winter, 1999
OS1Emory University, honorary doctor of laws degree, 1998
IV.26023[Events], 1990-1998
IV.26024Events, 1994
IV.26025Event Guest Lists, undated
IV.26026[Events, Clippings], [1998]
IV.26027Executive Orders, 1998
IV.26028Executive Orders by the Governor, 1991-1992
IV.26029Executive Orders, 1992-1993
IV.26030Executive Orders, 1993
IV.2611Fax Machine Transmittals, 1998 October, November
IV.2612First Lottery Ticket Sold, 1993 September 18
IV.2613[Foxfire Magazine- The Mountain Protection Act], [1988 Spring]
IV.2614GAEL Convention, 1994
IV.2615GEMC Georgia Magazine, 1992 July
IV.2616Georgia Care Month, Campaign in a Pack, A Guide for Community Chairpersons, 1997
IV.2617Georgia Council on Aging Annual Report, 1996
IV.2618Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education, Extramural Funding Requests, 1991
IV.2619Georgia Department of Transportation [initiatives], 1997
IV.26110The Georgia Pre-kindergarten Program for Four-Year-Old Children, 1996-1997
IV.26111Georgia Rebound, 1992
IV.26112Georgia "Rules for the Road" Brochure, 1996
IV.26113Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program- A History, 1998 July 31
IV.26114Georgia Living, 1991 September, October
IV.26115Georgia Magazine, 1998 September
IV.26116The Georgia Milepost, Fourth Quarter, 1991
OS1Georgia Military College Board of Trustees resolution, 1994
IV.26117Georgia Music Hall of Fame, 1998-1999
IV.26118Georgia Research Alliance, undated
IV.26119Georgia Student Finance Commission, Annual Report, 1998
IV.26120Georgia Wildlife Federation, 1994 July-August
IV.26121Georgia Trend, 1993 January, 1997 June, 1999 January, 2000 January
IV.26122The Georgia Trooper News Journal, 1993 July
IV.26123Georgia Voyager, 1998 Fall
IV.26124Governing Magazine, Public Officials of the Year, 1998
IV.26125Governors of the American States, Commonwealths and Territories, Directory of Governor's Spouses, 1998
IV.26126Governor's Charts, 1997
IV.26127[Governor's Mansion Events], 1996 July 15, 27
IV.26128Alice Jane Minor Stubbs Hawthorne Funeral Program [Olympic Bombing Victim], 1996 August 2
IV.26129Headlines, Governor's Race, 1990
IV.26130Cap Hicks, 1994
IV.26131Press Coverage, Program Outline Etc., HOPE, 1996
IV.26132HOPE, [1996-1997]
IV.26133HOPE, [1996]
IV.26134[HOPE Scholarship Awards], [1995 Fiscal Year]
IV.26135In Other Words [Quotes about Zell Miller], 1998
IV.26136Inauguration [Election], 1990-1991
IV.26137Inauguration Program, 1995
IV.26138James [Carville]/Mary[Matalin]- New Orleans/New York Trip, 1993
IV.26139To Keep, 1997 January
IV.26140Miscellaneous, 1996 January, February, March
IV.26141Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Program, 1998
IV.26142Keep [Clippings, Flyers, Correspondence], 1990
IV.2621Keeping Faith with Georgia's Future, Crime and Public Safety Governor Zell Miller's 1st 4 Years and his agenda for the next 4, [1994-1995]
IV.2622Lanier Tech Groundbreaking, 1994 October 26
IV.2623Legislative Dinner in Honor of the Members of the Georgia General Assembly, 1996 January
IV.2624Legislative State of State, 1998
IV.26257th Literacy Conference, 1996 February 28-March 1
IV.2626[Lockheed, Marines], 1998
IV.2627Lottery, 1993
IV.2628Lottery Bill, first draft, 1991 October 3
IV.2629Lotto World, 1996 August
IV.26210Mansion Functions, 1991, 1992, 1993
IV.26211[Maps to Governors Mansion], undated
IV.26212[Marine Corps], 1998 October
IV.26213Marine Evening Parade, 1998 June 5
IV.26214Beverly Messer [Georgia Literacy Conference], 1996
IV.26215[Beverly Messer Notes, Governor's Mansion Plans], 1995-1996
IV.26216Zell Miller: A Great Georgian, Shot List, 1999 August
IV.26217[Miller Administration Legislative Accomplishments] (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1997
IV.26218[Miller Administration Legislative Accomplishments] (folder 2 of 2), 1989-1997
IV.26219"Miller Era" Slug, [1998,1999]
IV.26220Miller Family Christmas Card, [1990s]
IV.26221Zell Miller and Friends New York Trip, 1990 August 10-12
IV.26222[Zell Miller postcard], 1996
IV.26223Zell and Shirley Miller's Olympics Passes, 6, 1996
IV.26224Lt. Governor Zell Miller's The Georgia That Can Be: A Blueprint for the 1990s, 1990
IV.26225Miller Vetoes and Veto Messages By Year, 1991-1998
IV.26226Matted 5 Bill, 2002
IV.26227Miller Family Christmas Card, undated [1990s]
IV.26228Shirley Miller Clips, 1980-1991
IV.26229National Governors Association Seminar for New Governors, 1996 November
IV.26230National Governors Association, 1998
IV.26231National Innovation Summit, M.J.T., 1998 March 12-13
IV.26232National Intelligencer, 1837
IV.26233[New South Flag and Clippings], 1994
IV.26234North Georgia Journal, 1999 Autumn
IV.26235[Events, Remarks], [1994 November]
IV.26236Correspondence, Programs, 1996 October, November
IV.26237Old Governors Mansion, undated
IV.26238Oglethorpe University Diploma, Program [oversize removed], 1998 May
OS1Oglethorpe University Diploma, 1998 May
IV.26239[Olympics Barcelona], [1992]
IV.26240[Olympic Correspondence], 1996 August
IV.26241Olympic Games Law Enforcement Handbook, 1996
IV.26242Olympic Passes, 1996
IV.26243Olympic Photographs with Billy Payne, 1996
IV.26244[Olympic Receptions Invitations], 1996
IV.26245Olympic Speeches, Programs, 1996
IV.26246Olympics- Presidential visit to Governor's Mansion, 1996 July 19
IV.26247Olympics- Opening and Closing Ceremony Information, 1996 July-August
IV.26248State Olympic Law Enforcement Command, End of Shift Reports, 1996 July 29-30
IV.2631Opening Convocation, University of Georgia, 1999
IV.2632Official Map, The Centennial Olympic Games, 1996
IV.2633Olympic Canoe/Kayak Slalom Events, 1996
IV.2634The Olympic Games, An Analysis of the Response: Images of Atlanta and Georgia, 1996 September
IV.2635Olympic Opening Ceremony Program, Closing Ceremony Program, 1996 July 19, 1996 August 4
IV.2636Mary Olmstead, 1994 November
IV.2637Peach-Shaped Fan, International Olympic Committee Reception, 1996 July 15
IV.2638Peachtree, 1991 October
IV.2639People of the Flood, 1994
IV.26310Personal Glimpses of Governor Zell Miller, undated
IV.26311Barry Phillips, 1994
IV.26312The Political Self-Determination Process in Puerto Rico, 1998 August
IV.26313Steven Portch, 1997
IV.26314A Precinct-Level Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia's 1996 General Election for President and Senator, 1997 August
IV.26315Profile: Life In the Armed Forces, 1998 February
IV.26316[Programs, Clippings], [1999]
IV.26317[Programs], [1996]
IV.26318Proposal for Georgia Democratic Party Research Planning Team, 1997 September 11
IV.26319Public Relations Campaign for the Education of all Georgia Drivers on the Teenage and Adult Driver Responsibility Act (folder 1 of 2), 1997
IV.26320Public Relations Campaign for the Education of all Georgia Drivers on the Teenage and Adult Driver Responsibility Act (folder 2 of 2), 1997
IV.26321Quotes, 1998
IV.26322Rededication of the George Washington, Moses Seixas Correspondence, B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, 1993 May 18
IV.26323Remarks by Governor Miller, Alston Chair Announcement, UGA, 1998 July 29
IV.26324Rethinking Child Neglect: How Serious is it? What Should Be Done? Tommy Olmstead Talking Points, 1998 August 7
IV.26325Richmond, The American International University in London Diploma, Program, Letter, Photograph [oversize removed], 1998 May
OS1Richmond, The American International University in London Diploma, 1998 May
IV.26326RiverCare Program- Report of Accomplishments, 2000
IV.26327[Robert Toombs Portrait, Governors Mansion], [1994]
IV.26328Jack Ruffin Junior Judge, 1994
IV.26329Sapelo Island Lighthouse Dedication Ceremony, 1998 September 6
IV.26330Savannah Magazine, 1992 October
IV.26331Events, Letters, Speeches, 1996 September
IV.26332Bill Shipp's Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1992-1993
IV.26333Bill Shipp's Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1992-1993
IV.26334Bill Shipp's Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1995
IV.26335Bill Shipp's Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1995
IV.26336Bill Shipp's Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1996
IV.26337Bill Shipp's Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1996
IV.26338Bill Shipp's Georgia, 1997
IV.2641Southern Flair Magazine, 1996 July/August
IV.2642Southern Governor's Association, 62nd Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, 1996 September 8-10
IV.2643Special Speeches/Statements, 1990
IV.2644[Speech] JCB Groundbreaking, Savannah, 1998 October 14
IV.2645State Christmas Tree Lighting, First Family Pledge, 1998 November 20
IV.2646State Fee Survey, 1994 August
IV.2647State Olympic Enforcement Command Briefing for Governor Zell Miller (folder 1 of 2), 1996 June 26
IV.2648State Olympic Enforcement Command Briefing for Governor Zell Miller (folder 2 of 2), 1996 June
IV.2649State Olympic Law Enforcement Command [S.O.L.E.C.] Public Safety Handbook, 1996
IV.26410Steps in Marketing the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, undated
IV.26411Tickets (10) to Olympic Events, 1996 July, August
IV.26412Today (The Medical College of Georgia), 1992 Winter
IV.26413[Tour Information, Oglethorpe in England] (folder 1 of 2), 1996 October
IV.26414Tour Information, Oglethorpe in England (folder 2 of 2), 1996 October
IV.26415TV News VHS, Miller Visits Alternative School in DeKalb County, 1994 May 11
IV.26416UGA Columns, 1999 December 13
IV.2651University of South Carolina- Spartanburg, Diploma, Program, Letter [oversize removed], 1998 May 2
OS1Spartanburg Diploma, 1998 May
IV.2652Union County Historical Society Calendar, 1998
IV.2653Jack Vaughn, 1994
IV.2654Voluntary Ozone Action Program, Improving the Air Quality of Metro Atlanta, Community Implementation Plan, 1998
IV.2655Lee Walburn Intro, Zell Miller, 1993
IV.2656Welcome Home Zell and Shirley Miller Anderson Music Hall, 1999 February 7
IV.2657The Whistle Georgia Tech, 1999 December 6
IV.2658White House Dinner, 1996 February 5
IV.2659White House Reception, HOPE, 1995
IV.26510Williams Commission Lunch, 1991 March 22
IV.26511Young Harris House, Christmas Open House, 1991
IV.26512Young Harris College Newsletter, Volume 33, Number 1, 1991 October
IV.26513Young Harris College, President's Medallion Presentation, 1997 June 8
IV.26514Zell's Rebound Song, 1992 January
R.IV.2661A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for Governor Zell Miller, 1993 May, 1994 July
R.IV.2662Secrest, 1997
Access to voter surveys is restricted for 20 years from date of creation. This box will be open for research use in January 2018.
R.IV.2663[Governor Jim Hunt Reception], 1995 October
R.IV.2664-6Contributors $500 to $2,500, 1994 July 29
IV.267Scrapbook from the Highlighting Achievement in Georgia Schools, 1998
IV.2691-2[Post-gubernatorial Speeches], 1998-2000
OS1Olympics Barcelona opening ceremony program, 1992
OS1Olympics Atlanta opening and closing ceremony programs, 1996
III.156Zell Miller, 1991
III.157[Tourism], 1994-1995
III.158[Newspaper Clippings], 1985-1992
III.159"Directory of Governor's Spouses", 1998
III.1510"500 Days into the Zell Miller Administration", 1992
III.1511[Governor's Campaign], 1991
III.1512Speeches, 1993-1994
III.1513Tom Murphy, 1997
III.1514[Inauguration], 1991
III.1515[Hope Vote H.B. 326], 2011
ER 1CC1st, County Commissioners [digital files], 1994-1995
Schedules for events and invitation lists for Miller's inauguration.
ER 2ZM Scripts [digital files], 1994
Script for ad about Miller's accomplishments related to education.