Riley, Richard W. (Richard Wilson)
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Jack Bass Papers, c. 1936 to 2017, consist of 25 linear feet of material chiefly documenting Bass’s work in researching and writing his books. The collection is divided into nine series: Academic, Campaign, Journalism, Personal, Publications, Topical, Audiovisual, Clippings, and Vertical File Materials. Academic, 1967-2011, documents Bass’s positions as a professor or instructor at various institutions. Material relates to job searches, classes taught, student work, and...
Dates: Other: 1971-1988
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
Sub-Series — Box: 3
Collection Description From the Collection: Mrs. Riley's papers consist of Public papers relating to her work as First Lady of South Carolina, as well as Personal papers, Speeches, Clippings, and a small number of photographs. The Public papers particularly document her leadership on education issues and her active involvement in the Governor's Mansion renovations. Personal papers and photographs include material on Mrs. Riley’s family and family history. The Speeches series includes many on subjects close to Mrs. Riley's heart,...
Dates: c. 1880s-2008, bulk 1978-1988
Campaign Records, 1977 - 1978, Gubernatorial Campaign (Dorn lost to Richard Riley in the Democratic Primary)
Collection Description From the Collection: The collection consists of 151 linear feet of records, 1912-1995, divided into Congressional Papers, General Assembly Papers, Personal Papers, Clippings, Audiovisual, Speeches, Press Releases, Newsletters, and Vertical File Materials. Congressional Papers make up a majority of the collection with 127 boxes and cover Dorn's twenty-six year tenure in Congress. Personal Papers include extensive, valuable records documenting Dorn's and others' political campaigns, 1938-1984, his leadership in the...
Dates: 1977 - 1978, Gubernatorial Campaign (Dorn lost to Richard Riley in the Democratic Primary)
File — Box: 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Nineteen feet of material, chiefly 1979 to 1992, provides valuable information about Patterson’s public service in South Carolina and Washington, D.C. Public papers primarily document Patterson’s service in the General Assembly and Congress. Personal papers, which make up the bulk of the collection, include material on her campaigns for office, family, civic involvement, and education.Among the Public papers, Topical files demonstrate the range of issues Patterson was involved in...
Abstract Ted Riley served as Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of South Carolina, 1933-1952, with an interlude of service in the Navy during World War II. In 1953, he became the Greenville County Attorney. Always active in Democratic Party politics, Riley chaired the Greenville County Democratic Party Executive Committee, 1954-1955, and the South Carolina Democratic Party for two terms, 1960-1964. Riley played an important role in John F. Kennedy's 1960 Presidential election. Riley...
"Ernest Money," fundraising drive headed by former SC governor Dick Riley begun in the summer of 1983
File — Box: 630
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Description of Materials for 1984 Presidential Campaign The almost eleven feet of Presidential Campaign records consist of campaign organization files that include communication and strategy documents, correspondence, financial records, persons files, state files, and topical files. Most of the material is dated between January 1983 and March 1984. General and campaign organization files offer a good deal of insight into the campaign. For example, although Hollings'...
File — Box: 45
Collection Description From the Collection: The Democratic Party of South Carolina (DPSC) Records consist of 85 linear feet of material, 1924 to 2016, with the bulk of the collection dating from 1966 to 2008. The party’s activities during the 1970s are particularly well documented. The collection is arranged into 16 series – General, Administration, Auxiliaries, Committees, Conventions, Elections, Issues, Patronage, Programs, Publications, Maps, Clippings, Electronic Data, Audiovisual, Vertical File Materials, and Scrapbooks....
Abstract A native of Columbia, South Carolina and a lifetime advocate for religious liberty, Flynn Thomas Harrell was born in 1934. Raised as a Baptist, Harrell learned early on of the Baptist belief in the separation of church and state. Harrell became enamored with the idea and has dedicated his life to the study and promotion of religious liberty. While his formal education was in accounting and his official work in finance and government, Harrell maintained a robust and fulfilling connection to the...
General, 1980 cont., July-1983, February [includes letters from Earle E. Morris, Jr. and Richard W. Riley]
File — Box: 28
Collection Description From the Collection: The collection consists of 32 ft. of material, 1921 to 2012, relating to all aspects of Zeigler's life, from his early days in Florence through his legal career and his service in the General Assembly and on various boards and commissions. The collection is particularly valuable in providing insight into the development of Florence’s cultural institutions. Arranged in eight series, the collection includes Calendars, Campaign Files, Legal Files, Legislative Files, Personal Papers, Audiovisual,...
Dates: 1980 cont., July-1983, February [includes letters from Earle E. Morris, Jr. and Richard W. Riley]