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This series consists of clippings files maintained by the Governor's press office.
This series contains the reference papers of the Governor's Press Secretary. The subjects included indicate those on which the Governor wished to be kept informed and in which he expected the news media to express interest. They also are indicative of some of the problems encountered and accomplishments of the Governor during his term in office.
This series consists of audio recordings of speeches and press conferences of Georgia governors made by the governor's press office, plus copies of interviews donated to the governor's office.
This series contains all the fiscal records of the Georgia Executive Center Fine Arts Committee which furnished the Governor's Mansion on West Paces Ferry Road, NW, Atlanta. The series was maintained by the State Auditor, an ex officio member of the Committee. Included are inventories of antique furnishings, books and paintings, appraisals of the same, invoices, and related correspondence.
This series consists of records concerning operation of the Executive Center, the official name for the Governor's mansion. Included are (1) letters; (2) memoranda; (3) plans of events; (4) invitations (both accepted and declined); (5) requests for interviews; (6) other related documents pertaining to the activities; and (7) social schedules of the governor and his family.
These messages of various Georgia governors cover a wide variety of subject matter. Most mention only those agencies of state government which had a broad influence on the citizens of the State of Georgia. The governors also often outlined the accomplishments or policies of a few agencies which had adopted new policies or made administrative changes. The governors always made their recommendations for necessary changes in state government.
This series contains various miscellaneous publications and other records used as reference material by the Governor or his staff. It may be assumed, however, from the brevity of the listing below, that this is merely a portion of a much larger reference file.
This collection documents the presentation of Governor Jimmy Carter’s government reorganization plan presented to state agency heads in 1971.
The contents include overhead transparencies, the proposed agenda of the April 1, 1971 agency head meeting, a handout containing a list of government departments and agencies, and a handout that outlines the projected schedule and reorganization plan as detailed in the overhead presentation.
This series contains the guest registers maintained at the reception desk in the Governor's Office and at the Executive Mansion during the annual Open House. Every individual citizen, excluding government officials seeing the Governor on official business, was expected to sign his or her name, address (including county) and phone number, but the rules were apparently not enforced consistently.
This series consists of miscellaneous publications created, developed or collected by the Executive Department of the Georgia Governor's Office.
These summaries are published after or during a governor's term of office in which they give an accounting of their administration's major accomplishments. Usually these summaries are arranged by the state agency affected and they include quite a few photographs of new schools, highways, state agency facilities, etc. erected or persons receiving services from the state during the time the particular administration that is featured was in office.
These appropriations are discretionary funds. The documents show how the governor's fiscal office disbursed this money used for state purposes not generally paid through regular state funds. These contingency funds show the date, to whom paid, for what services or purposes and amount paid.
This series consists of warrants or documents authorizing payment of money issued by the governor's fiscal office. The volumes show to whom paid, date paid, amount of payment, and purpose.
This series consists of cash books using a two-page accounting system kept by the governor's fiscal office. The left page contains columns for receipts, cash on hand, bank deposits, date, description of entry, check numbers, and balance. The right page contains columns for activity, object symbol, expenses, outlay, and non-cost items.
This series contains volumes kept by the governor's fiscal office which show the amount of money paid to companies that did business with the state. The volumes show date, amount of expenditure and reason for expenditure.
The General Assembly Act of October 16, 1879, gave the State of Georgia authority to appoint certain banks and other financial institutions to become a state depository to handle public money. Banks so appointed were bonded by the state. This series consists of appointments and bonds issued by the State of Georgia to make financial institutions state depositories. Most are signed by the governor.
This series contains schedules of property of the State of Georgia and the amount of insurance carried on the property. The schedules generally show the premiums paid, name of insurance agent, name of insurance company, and expiration date. The volumes also show the fair market value of the property for that time period. The inventory was replaced in 1943 by Gov. Ellis Arnall with a mandatory state inventory of all state property.
This series contains correspondence and reference material relating to various clubs, organizations, orders etc., which were asked to plan activities in conjunction with the bicentennial celebration. These groups fall into several categories: (1) fraternal organizations, (2) patriotic organizations, (3) other state organizations, (4) organizations outside the state, and (5) State agencies.
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