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Riley, Ann Yarborough

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1935-2008

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Ann "Tunky" Riley Gala Celebration

 Item — Box: 128
Scope and Contents From the Series: Audiovisual materials date largely from Riley’s campaign for governor onward and include formats such as U-matic and VHS videocassettes. Most are labeled as to their content (see Audiovisual Appendix) and some have been migrated to digital formats. Of particular interest are the Department of Education’s Satellite Town Meetings, which were monthly events on a wide variety of education topics, often featuring guest speakers, broadcast nationally via the Public Broadcasting System, local access...
Dates: c. 1898 - 2018

Ann Yarborough "Tunky" Riley Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCU-SCPC-AYR
Abstract Ann Osteen Yarborough Riley served as South Carolina's First Lady from 1979 until 1987. She was known not only for her gracious hospitality and warmth, but for her work toward improving South Carolina's educational system and her active involvement in the Governor's Mansion renovations.
Dates: c. 1880s-2008, bulk 1978-1988

Family, Riley, Ann "Tunky" as First Lady

 Sub-Series
Scope and Contents From the Series: Clippings consist of newspaper and other articles, generally mentioning Riley or his family. Chronological clippings files were maintained by the Office of the Governor and, for a short time, by the office of the Secretary of Education. Loose clippings have been arranged topically.
Dates: 1979-1987

Richard W. Riley Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCU-SCPC-RWR
Scope and Contents The collection series include Public, Personal, Speeches and Media, Audiovisual, and Clippings. Public papers include those from Riley’s service as a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives (1963 to 1967) and the South Carolina Senate (1967 to 1977), as Governor (1979 to 1987), and as Secretary of Education (1993 to 2001). Riley’s House papers include documentation of Greenville County issues, as well as a quantity of material on the Reapportionment...
Dates: c. 1898 - 2018

Riley, Ann, 1987, Jan. 22

 Item — Box: 21
Scope and Contents From the Series: Audiovisual, c. 1936-c. 2005, includes photographs, negatives, audiocassettes, and videocassettes. Photographs include a 1940 school portrait of “Jackie Bass,” Bass’s high school football portrait, and a picture of Bass and Nathalie Dupree greeting President Bill Clinton at the White House. Several photographs from Bass’s military service are also included. Audiocassettes document interviews mainly conducted for his books. A videocassette shows Bass’s appearance on the “Today Show” in September...
Dates: Other: 1987, Jan. 22

Riley, Ann Y. "Tunky"

 File — Box: 129
Scope and Contents From the Series: Clippings consist of newspaper and other articles, generally mentioning Riley or his family. Chronological clippings files were maintained by the Office of the Governor and, for a short time, by the office of the Secretary of Education. Loose clippings have been arranged topically.
Dates: c. 1898 - 2018

Riley, Ann Y. "Tunky" (wife)

 Sub-Series
Scope and Contents From the Series: Audiovisual materials date largely from Riley’s campaign for governor onward and include formats such as U-matic and VHS videocassettes. Most are labeled as to their content (see Audiovisual Appendix) and some have been migrated to digital formats. Of particular interest are the Department of Education’s Satellite Town Meetings, which were monthly events on a wide variety of education topics, often featuring guest speakers, broadcast nationally via the Public Broadcasting System, local access...
Dates: c. 1898 - 2018

Riley, Ann Y. "Tunky" (wife; see also Tunky Riley Papers)

 Sub-Series
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Family papers include genealogical information as well as correspondence among Riley’s close-knit family. A highlight is a set of notes made by Ann “Tunky” Riley regarding various trips abroad and important events attended by the Rileys during their years in the public eye. Among others represented in the subseries are Riley’s father, E.P. “Ted” Riley, including the extensive condolence notes after his death in 1994, as well as Riley’s brother, Pat, and his mother, Martha. Ted Riley and Tunky...
Dates: c. 1898 - 2018

Riley, Mrs. Tunky

 File — Box: 72
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Campaign files detail Riley’s races for the House, Senate, and Governor, as well as his efforts for other candidates, including Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and numerous members of Congress. Of particular interest are the files documenting Riley’s campaign for governor in 1978. Riley entered the race early in 1977 and built a wide-ranging campaign organization, including finance and steering committees, advisory committees from the African-American, student, and senior citizen...
Dates: 1982, Gubernatorial Re-election