Finding Aid for the Bobby Moak Collection

MUM00756

Access Restriction

Open for research. This collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in using this collection must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Creator
Moak, Robert , 1958-
Title
Bobby Moak Collection
ID
MUM00756
Date
1983-2015
Extent
33.0 boxes
General Physical Description note
Formats include correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, photographs, recordings, electronic records memorabilia.
Abstract
A Democrat, Bobby Moak represented District 93 and District 53 in the Mississippi House of Representatives from 1984 to 2016. He chaired the Investigate State Offices Committee in 2000-2003 and the Gaming Committee from 2004 to 2011. Moak served as Democratic Minority Leader from 2012 to 2016.

Preferred Citation

Bobby Moak Collection (MUM00756), Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

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Biographical Note

Robert W. (Bobby) Moak was born on 13 July 1958 in Chicago, Illinois. He received an associate’s degree from Southwest Mississippi Junior College in 1978, and a bachelor’s degree in public administration from the University of Mississippi in 1980. After obtaining a law degree from Mississippi College in 1991, Moak established a personal injury law practice in Bogue Chitto, Mississippi.

In 1983, Moak won election to the Mississippi House of Representatives as a Democrat in District 93 (Franklin, Amite, Lincoln, and Jefferson Davis counties). In 1988, he campaigned unsuccessfully for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Redistricting in 1992 converted his representation in 1993 to District 53 adding Lawrence County and dropping Jefferson Davis County. Later redistricting in 2002 added Pike County. Moak remained in the Mississippi House until Republican Vince Marigold defeated the incumbent in the 2015 general election.

Over the years, Moak served on numerous House committees: Agriculture (1984-1991, 1993); Conservation and Water Resources (1984-1991, 1993); Oil, Gas, and Other Minerals (1984-1992, 1994-2003); Transportation (1984-1987); Public Buildings, Grounds, and Lands (1988-1991); Ways and Means (1988-1992, 1994-2015); Insurance (1992, 1994-2015); Judiciary B (1992, 1994-1995); Executive Contingent Fund (1993); Public Health and Welfare/Public Health and Human Services (1993, 2004-2015); Public Utilities (1993); Interstate Cooperation (1996-1999); Judiciary A (1996-2015); Investigate State Offices (Chair 2000-2003); Gaming (Chair 2004-2011); Medical Malpractice Insurance (2005-2007); Tourism (2005-2011); Banking and Financial Services (2008-2015); Select Committee on Poverty (2008-2011); Select Committee on Philanthropic Development (2010-2011); and Judiciary En Banc (2010-2015).

As chair of the Gaming Committee, Moak led the effort after Hurricane Katrina to permit casinos to rebuild on land within 800 feet of the coast, thus reducing the costs of reconstruction and preserving thousands of jobs within the state. He also helped to establish a credit reducing the high cost of car tags within Mississippi. Moak numbers the construction of Lake Okhissa and the Mississippi School for the Arts among the numerous appropriations and accomplishments he championed for his district.

Moak served as Democratic Minority Leader in the House from 2012 to 2016. An active member of the Council of State Governments, he chaired its Selected State Legislation Committee from 2006-2015 and participated in its Henry Toll Fellowship program. In June 2016, the Mississippi Democratic Party elected Moak as chair.

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Scope and Content

The collection contains material related to his service in public office and his political campaigns. The contents of the Legislature Series will include correspondence with constituents, lobbyists, colleagues, staff, as well as communications from other state, regional, and national politicians. It also includes clippings, memoranda, drafts of bills, and reports on a variety of public policy and political issues with an emphasis on subject matter that falls under the jurisdiction of Moak’s committee memberships (see biographical note above). The Campaign Series documents news coverage, communications with constituents, voter and donor lists, and other facets of running for office.

Due to his chairmanship of the Gaming Committee from 2004 to 2011, the collection is a rich resource for casinos and gambling in Mississippi during this period.

Moak shared an apartment in Jackson with freshman legislator John Grisham and helped the future bestselling author to sell the initial printing of his first novel, A Time to Kill. Grisham dedicated his 2009 short story anthology Ford County to Moak. The Moak Collection contains evidence of their continued friendship scattered throughout the collection.

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Arrangement

The collection is comprised of six series. Series 1: Legislature is arranged chronologically and dates from 1983 to 2015. Series 2: Campaign is also organized chronologically and dates from 1983 to 2011. Series 3: Memorabilia contains artifacts such as bumper stickers and event badges related to politics, Mississippi, and Moak’s legislative service. The oversized material in Series 4 contains material removed from Series 1, 2, and 3. The container list for Series 5: Recordings and Electronic Records provides format description and label information. Series 6: Photographs are stored separately from the collection in Modern Political Archives Photographs Box 10, Folders 19 through 33.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 2017

Access Restrictions

The Bobby Moak Collection is open for research.

Recordings and electronic records may not be available to researchers at this time. Access depends upon condition of the original physical formats and the availability of necessary equipment and software. The archivist will determine access on a case-by-case basis. As funds become available for digitization, restriction to this content will lapse.

Copyright Restrictions

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Custodial History note

Bobby Moak donated the collection to the University of Mississippi in 2016.

Additions

Further additions are expected to this collection.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Political Papers Archivist Dr. Leigh McWhite in June 2016. Finding aid encoded in January 2017.

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Related Materials

Related Materials at the University of Mississippi

Researchers may wish to review the Politics & Government Subject Guide for additional material in the Archives and Special Collections.

Separated Materials

Photographs have been removed to Modern Political Archives Photographs Box 10, Folders 19 through 33.

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • Casinos -- Mississippi
  • Mississippi -- Legislature -- House of Representatives
  • Mississippi -- Politics and government

Personal Name(s)

  • Grisham, John

Subject(s)

  • Gambling -- Mississippi

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Legislature 

BOX 1 

Folder 1-1. Legislature 1983 

Folder 1-2. Legislature 1984 (1 of 4) 

Folder 1-3. Legislature 1984 (2 of 4) 

Folder 1-4. Legislature 1984 (3 of 4) 

Folder 1-5. Legislature 1984 (4 of 4) 

Folder 1-6. Legislature – School Consolidation 1984-1985 

Folder 1-7. Legislature 1985 (1 of 2) 

Folder 1-8. Legislature 1985 (2 of 2) 

Folder 1-9. Legislature 1986 (1 of 2) 

Folder 1-10. Legislature 1986 (2 of 2) 

Folder 1-11. Legislature 1987 (1 of 2) 

Folder 1-12. Legislature 1987 (2 of 2) 

Folder 1-13. Legislature 1988 

Folder 1-14. Legislature 1989 

BOX 2 

Folder 2-1. Legislature 1980s 

Folder 2-2. Legislature 1990 

Folder 2-3. Legislature 1991 (1 of 2) 

Folder 2-4. Legislature 1991 (2 of 2) 

Folder 2-5. Legislature 1992 (1 of 3) 

Folder 2-6. Legislature 1992 (2 of 3) 

Folder 2-7. Legislature 1992 (3 of 3) 

Folder 2-8. Legislature 1993 (1 of 4) 

Folder 2-9. Legislature 1993 (2 of 4) 

Folder 2-10. Legislature 1993 (3 of 4) 

BOX 3 

Folder 3-1. Legislature 1993 (4 of 4) 

Folder 3-2. Legislature 1994 (1 of 6) 

Folder 3-3. Legislature 1994 (2 of 6) 

Folder 3-4. Legislature 1994 (3 of 6) 

Folder 3-5. Legislature 1994 (4 of 6) 

Folder 3-6. Legislature 1994 (5 of 6) 

Folder 3-7. Legislature 1994 (6 of 6) 

Folder 3-8. Legislature 1995 (1 of 3) 

Folder 3-9. Legislature 1995 (2 of 3) 

BOX 4 

Folder 4-1. Legislature 1995 (3 of 3) 

Folder 4-2. Legislature 1996 (1 of 3) 

Folder 4-3. Legislature 1996 (2 of 3) 

Folder 4-4. Legislature 1996 (3 of 3) 

Folder 4-5. Legislature 1997 (1 of 3) 

Folder 4-6. Legislature 1997 (2 of 3) 

Folder 4-7. Legislature 1997 (3 of 3) 

BOX 5 

Folder 5-1. Legislature 1998 (1 of 4) 

Folder 5-2. Legislature 1998 (2 of 4) 

Folder 5-3. Legislature 1998 (3 of 4) 

Folder 5-4. Legislature 1998 (4 of 4) 

Folder 5-5. Legislature 1999 (1 of 4) 

Folder 5-6. Legislature 1999 (2 of 4) 

Folder 5-7. Legislature 1999 (3 of 4) 

Folder 5-8. Legislature 1999 (4 of 4) 

BOX 6 

Folder 6-1. Legislature 2000 (1 of 6) 

Folder 6-2. Legislature 2000 (2 of 6) 

Folder 6-3. Legislature 2000 (3 of 6) 

Folder 6-4. Legislature 2000 (4 of 6) 

Folder 6-5. Legislature 2000 (5 of 6) 

Folder 6-6. Legislature 2000 (6 of 6) 

Folder 6-7. Legislature 2001 (1 of 5) 

Folder 6-8. Legislature 2001 (2 of 5) 

Folder 6-9. Legislature 2001 (3 of 5) 

BOX 7 

Folder 7-1. Legislature 2001 (4 of 5) 

Folder 7-2. Legislature 2001 (5 of 5) 

Folder 7-3. Legislature 2002 (1 of 13) 

Folder 7-4. Legislature 2002 (2 of 13) 

Folder 7-5. Legislature 2002 (3 of 13) 

Folder 7-6. Legislature 2002 (4 of 13) 

Folder 7-7. Legislature 2002 (5 of 13) 

Folder 7-8. Legislature 2002 (6 of 13) 

BOX 8 

Folder 8-1. Legislature 2002 (7 of 13) 

Folder 8-2. Legislature 2002 (8 of 13) 

Folder 8-3. Legislature 2002 (9 of 13) 

Folder 8-4. Legislature 2002 (10 of 13) 

Folder 8-5. Legislature 2002 (11 of 13) 

Folder 8-6. Legislature 2002 (12 of 13) 

Folder 8-7. Legislature 2002 (13 of 13) 

Folder 8-8. Legislature – Civil Justice Reform (Vice Chair) 2002 

Folder 8-9. Legislature – Insurance Premiums 2002 

BOX 9 

Folder 9-1. Legislature – Tidelands Local Taxes 2002 

Folder 9-2. Legislature – Tort Reform (1 of 4) 2002 

Folder 9-3. Legislature – Tort Reform (2 of 4) 2002 

Folder 9-4. Legislature – Tort Reform (3 of 4) 2002 

Folder 9-5. Legislature – Tort Reform (4 of 4) 2002 

Folder 9-6. Legislature 2003 (1 of 6) 

Folder 9-7. Legislature 2003 (2 OF 6) 

BOX 10 

Folder 10-1. Legislature 2003 (3 of 6) 

Folder 10-2. Legislature 2003 (4 of 6) 

Folder 10-3. Legislature 2003 (5 of 6) 

Folder 10-4. Legislature 2003 (6 of 6) 

Folder 10-5. Legislature 2004 (1 of 10) 

Folder 10-6. Legislature 2004 (2 of 10 

Folder 10-7. Legislature 2004 (3 of 10) 

Folder 10-8. Legislature 2004 (4 of 10) 

BOX 11 

Folder 11-1. Legislature 2004 (5 of 10) 

Folder 11-2. Legislature 2004 (6 of 10) 

Folder 11-3. Legislature 2004 (7 of 10) 

Folder 11-4. Legislature 2004 (8 of 10) 

Folder 11-5. Legislature 2004 (9 of 10) 

Folder 11-6. Legislature 2004 (10 of 10) 

Folder 11-7. Legislature 2005 (1 of 16) 

Folder 11-8. Legislature 2005 (2 of 16) 

Folder 11-9. Legislature 2005 (3 of 16) 

Folder 11-10. Legislature 2005 (4 of 16) 

BOX 12 

Folder 12-1. Legislature 2005 (5 of 16) 

Folder 12-2. Legislature 2005 (6 of 16) 

Folder 12-3. Legislature 2005 (7 of 16) 

Folder 12-4. Legislature 2005 (8 of 16) 

Folder 12-5. Legislature 2005 (9 of 16) 

Folder 12-6. Legislature 2005 (10 of 16) 

Folder 12-7. Legislature 2005 (11 of 16) 

BOX 13 

Folder 13-1. Legislature 2005 (12 of 16) 

Folder 13-2. Legislature 2005 (13 of 16) 

Folder 13-3. Legislature 2005 (14 of 16) 

Folder 13-4. Legislature 2005 (15 of 16) 

Folder 13-5. Legislature 2005 (16 of 16) 

Folder 13-6. Legislature 2006 (1 of 13) 

Folder 13-7. Legislature 2006 (2 of 13) 

Folder 13-8. Legislature 2006 (3 of 13) 

Folder 13-9. Legislature 2006 (4 of 13) 

BOX 14 

Folder 14-1. Legislature 2006 (5 of 13) 

Folder 14-2. Legislature 2006 (6 of 13) 

Folder 14-3. Legislature 2006 (7 of 13) 

Folder 14-4. Legislature 2006 (8 of 13) 

Folder 14-5. Legislature 2006 (9 of 13) 

Folder 14-6. Legislature 2006 (10 of 13) 

Folder 14-7. Legislature 2006 (11 of 13) 

BOX 15 

Folder 15-1. Legislature 2006 (12 of 13) 

Folder 15-2. Legislature 2006 (13 of 13) 

Folder 15-3. Legislature 2007 (1 of 14) 

Folder 15-4. Legislature 2007 (2 of 14) 

Folder 15-5. Legislature 2007 (3 of 14) 

Folder 15-6. Legislature 2007 (4 of 14) 

Folder 15-7. Legislature 2007 (5 of 14) 

Folder 15-8. Legislature 2007 (6 of 14) 

BOX 16 

Folder 16-1. Legislature 2007 (7 of 14) 

Folder 16-2. Legislature 2007 (8 of 14) 

Folder 16-3. Legislature 2007 (9 of 14) 

Folder 16-4. Legislature 2007 (10 of 14) 

Folder 16-5. Legislature 2007 (11 of 14) 

Folder 16-6. Legislature 2007 (12 of 14) 

Folder 16-7. Legislature 2007 (13 of 14) 

Folder 16-8. Legislature 2007 (14 of 14) 

Folder 16-9. Legislature – Conference HB1500 and SB3050 Mississippi Windstorm Underwriting Association 2007 

Folder 16-10. Legislature 2008 (1 of 15) 

BOX 17 

Folder 17-1. Legislature 2008 (2 of 15) 

Folder 17-2. Legislature 2008 (3 of 15) 

Folder 17-3. Legislature 2008 (4 of 15) 

Folder 17-4. Legislature 2008 (5 of 15) 

Folder 17-5. Legislature 2008 (6 of 15) 

Folder 17-6. Legislature 2008 (7 of 15) 

Folder 17-7. Legislature 2008 (8 of 15) 

Folder 17-8. Legislature 2008 (9 of 15) 

BOX 18 

Folder 18-1. Legislature 2008 (10 of 15) 

Folder 18-2. Legislature 2008 (11 of 15) 

Folder 18-3. Legislature 2008 (12 of 15) 

Folder 18-4. Legislature 2008 (13 of 15) 

Folder 18-5. Legislature 2008 (14 of 15) 

Folder 18-6. Legislature 2008 (15 of 15) 

Folder 18-7. Legislature 2009 (1 of 11) 

Folder 18-8. Legislature 2009 (2 of 11) 

Folder 18-9. Legislature 2009 (3 of 11) 

BOX 19 

Folder 19-1. Legislature 2009 (4 of 11) 

Folder 19-2. Legislature 2009 (5 of 11) 

Folder 19-3. Legislature 2009 (6 of 11) 

Folder 19-4. Legislature 2009 (7 of 11) 

Folder 19-5. Legislature 2009 (8 of 11) 

Folder 19-6. Legislature 2009 (9 of 11) 

Folder 19-7. Legislature 2009 (10 of 11) 

Folder 19-8. Legislature 2009 (11 of 11) 

Folder 19-9. Legislature 2010 (1 of 12) 

BOX 20 

Folder 20-1. Legislature 2010 (2 of 12) 

Folder 20-2. Legislature 2010 (3 of 12) 

Folder 20-3. Legislature 2010 (4 of 12) 

Folder 20-4. Legislature 2010 (5 of 12) 

Folder 20-5. Legislature 2010 (6 of 12) 

Folder 20-6. Legislature 2010 (7 of 12) 

Folder 20-7. Legislature 2010 (8 of 12) 

Folder 20-8. Legislature 2010 (9 of 12) 

BOX 21 

Folder 21-1. Legislature 2010 (10 of 12) 

Folder 21-2. Legislature 2010 (11 of 12) 

Folder 21-3. Legislature 2010 (12 of 12) 

Folder 21-4. Legislature 2011 (1 of 6) 

Folder 21-5. Legislature 2011 (2 of 6) 

Folder 21-6. Legislature 2011 (3 of 6) 

Folder 21-7. Legislature 2011 (4 of 6) 

Folder 21-8. Legislature 2011 (5 of 6) 

Folder 21-9. Legislature 2011 (6 of 6) 

BOX 22 

Folder 22-1. Legislature 2012 (1 of 2) 

Folder 22-2. Legislature 2012 (2 of 2) 

Folder 22-3. Legislature 2013 (1 of 2) 

Folder 22-4. Legislature 2013 (2 of 2) 

Folder 22-5. Legislature 2014 (1 of 9) 

Folder 22-6. Legislature 2014 (2 of 9) 

Folder 22-7. Legislature 2014 (3 of 9) 

Folder 22-8. Legislature 2014 (4 of 9) 

BOX 23 

Folder 23-1. Legislature 2014 (5 of 9) 

Folder 23-2. Legislature 2014 (6 of 9) 

Folder 23-3. Legislature 2014 (7 of 9) 

Folder 23-4. Legislature 2014 (8 of 9) 

Folder 23-5. Legislature 2014 (9 of 9) 

Folder 23-6. Legislature 2015 (1 of 2) 

Folder 23-7. Legislature 2015 (2 of 2) 

Folder 23-8. Legislature Undated 

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Series 2: Campaigns 

BOX 23 

Folder 23-9. Campaign 1983 

Folder 23-10. Campaign 1987 (1 of 3) 

BOX 24 

Folder 24-1. Campaign 1987 (2 of 3) 

Folder 24-2. Campaign 1987 (3 of 3) 

Folder 24-3. Campaign – Congress 1988 

Folder 24-4. Campaign 1991 

Folder 24-5. Campaign 1992 (1 of 3) 

Folder 24-6. Campaign 1992 (2 of 3) 

Folder 24-7. Campaign 1992 (3 of 3) 

Folder 24-8. Campaign 1993 

Folder 24-9. Campaign 1994 

Folder 24-10. Campaign 1995 (1 of 5) 

Folder 24-11. Campaign 1995 (2 of 5) 

Folder 24-12. Campaign 1995 (3 of 5) 

BOX 25 

Folder 25-1. Campaign 1995 (4 of 5) 

Folder 25-2. Campaign 1995 (5 of 5) 

Folder 25-3. Campaign 1999 (1 of 11) 

Folder 25-4. Campaign 1999 (2 of 11) 

Folder 25-5. Campaign 1999 (3 of 11) 

Folder 25-6. Campaign 1999 (4 of 11) 

Folder 25-7. Campaign 1999 (5 of 11) 

Folder 25-8. Campaign 1999 (6 of 11) 

Folder 25-9. Campaign 1999 (7 of 11) 

Folder 25-10. Campaign 1999 (8 of 11) 

Folder 25-11. Campaign 1999 (9 of 11) 

BOX 26 

Folder 26-1. Campaign 1999 (10 of 11) 

Folder 26-2. Campaign 1999 (11 of 11) 

Folder 26-3. Campaign 2000 

Folder 26-4. Campaign 2002 

Folder 26-5. Campaign 2003 (1 of 14) 

Folder 26-6. Campaign 2003 (2 of 14) 

Folder 26-7. Campaign 2003 (3 of 14) 

Folder 26-8. Campaign 2003 (4 of 14) 

Folder 26-9. Campaign 2003 (5 of 14) 

Folder 26-10. Campaign 2003 (6 of 14) 

Folder 26-11. Campaign 2003 (7 of 14) 

BOX 27 

Folder 27-1. Campaign 2003 (8 of 14) 

Folder 27-2. Campaign 2003 (9 of 14) 

Folder 27-3. Campaign 2003 (10 of 14) 

Folder 27-4. Campaign 2003 (11 of 14) 

Folder 27-5. Campaign 2003 (12 of 14) 

Folder 27-6. Campaign 2003 (13 of 14) 

Folder 27-7. Campaign 2003 (14 of 14) 

Folder 27-8. Campaign 2004 

Folder 27-9. Campaign 2006 (1 of 3) 

BOX 28 

Folder 28-1. Campaign 2006 (2 of 3) 

Folder 28-2. Campaign 2006 (3 of 3) 

Folder 28-3. Campaign 2007 (1 of 10) 

Folder 28-4. Campaign 2007 (2 of 10) 

Folder 28-5. Campaign 2007 (3 of 10) 

Folder 28-6. Campaign 2007 (4 of 10) 

Folder 28-7. Campaign 2007 (5 of 10) 

Folder 28-8. Campaign 2007 (6 of 10) 

Folder 28-9. Campaign 2007 (7 of 10) 

BOX 29 

Folder 29-1. Campaign 2007 (8 of 10) 

Folder 29-2. Campaign 2007 (9 of 10) 

Folder 29-3. Campaign 2007 (10 of 10) 

Folder 29-4. Campaign 2009 

Folder 29-5. Campaign 2011 

Folder 29-6. Campaign Undated 

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Series 3: Memorabilia 

BOX 29 

Folder 29-1. Campaign 2007 (8 of 10) 

Folder 29-2. Campaign 2007 (9 of 10) 

Folder 29-3. Campaign 2007 (10 of 10) 

Folder 29-4. Campaign 2009 

Folder 29-5. Campaign 2011 

Folder 29-6. Campaign Undated 

BOX 30 

Top Tray. 

Plastic fly swatter “Elect Rickey L. Cole Commissioner of Agriculture & Commerce” 

Name plate insert “Bobby Moak” 

Campaign button “Clinton Gore” 

Buttons “Home Is Important, Mississippi Municipal League, Support Mississippi Cities & Towns” 

Identification cards and passes 

Event tickets 

Wrist bands for 2011 Kentucky Derby 

Pens “Compliments of Bobby W. Moak State House of Representatives District #93” 

Box with pen “Rotary Club of McComb Guest Speaker, Thank You” 

Second Tray. 

Conference or event badges with lanyard or clips 2004-2016 

Third Tray. 

Conference or event badges with lanyard or clips 2007-2015, undated 

University of Southern Mississippi centennial lapel pin (2010) 

Leather coaster with Mississippi seal 

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Series 4: Oversized Material 

BOX 31 

Loose. Binder with related loose material “Mississippi Gulf Coast Casino Gaming: Safeguarding the Future: A Report Prepared by the Mississippi ad hoc Gaming Committee January 7, 2005” 

Loose. Echelon (Boyd Gaming) 

Folder 31-1. Calendar “Celebrating 200 Years of Women and the Capitol” (United States Capitol Historical Society, 2008), re: with printed “Best Wishes, United States House of Representatives Congressman Bennie G. Thompson.” 

Folder 31-2. Broadside “Stop the Waste: 1994 Legislative Agenda for ‘Initiatives in the Nineties’, Steven A. Patterson, Auditor of Mississippi” 

Folder 31-3. Campaign posters “Bobby Moak Congress” (1988) 

Folder 31-4. Reprinted maps of Mississippi in 1816, 1822, 1842, 1852, and 1873 (Mississippi Historical Society, 1974) 

Folder 31-5. Broadsides and prints: “1903 Autocar Rear Entrance Tonneau” in envelope “Compliments of Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village”; “I Am Mississippi” (Dixie Springs Music BMI, 1990) signed by author Paul Ott; and “Thomas Jefferson” (South Caroline Jury Trial Foundation) 

Folder 31-6. Maps of Mississippi Gulf Coast (September 2005) 

Box 32 

Various issues of Mississippi Gaming News. . Note: A more complete run of Mississippi Gaming News has been removed for cataloging and stored in Special Collections under the call number HV6711 M574

Related Materials at the University of Mississippi

A more complete run of Mississippi Gaming News has been removed for cataloging and stored in Special Collections under the call number HV6711 M574.

MODERN POLITICAL ARCHIVES MAP CASE DRAWER 2 

Folder. Maps of Mississippi Gulf Coast (September 2005). 

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Series 5: Recordings and Electronic Records 

Access Restrictions

Recordings and electronic records may not be available to researchers at this time. Access depends upon condition of the original physical formats and the availability of necessary equipment and software. The archivist will determine access on a case-by-case basis. As funds become available for digitization, restriction to this content will lapse.

BOX 33 

Cassette “Wheeler, Strider, Atkins, Hutto Ads,” (1991). 

Quad tape “Bobby Moak for Congress, Record Date: 2-22-88, Length: 3x :30, 1. Jr. College, 2. Shell, 3. Town Meeting” (1988) 

Cassette “Congressman Bobby Moak, You Can Count on Him, Vote Tuesday November 2nd” [1992] 

Audio reel-to-reel “Bobby Moak, ‘Someone You Can Count On,’ :60, Date 10/92” (1992) 

Audio reel-to-reel “Bobby Moak Radio ‘Someone You Can Count On,’ 1:60, 7 ½ ips, Stereo heads, 8.1.95” (1995) 

Cassette “Bobby Moak Radio 8.95 ‘Count on ‘95’:60” (1995) 

Minicassette “Campaign ‘99” (1999) 

VHS tape “8/28/02 Tort Reform Debate, Arthur Miller v. Tom Donahue, CNBC Capitol Report” (2002) 

3-inch floppy disc “Point One Strategies, Voter Data: Lawrence, zip,” [2003] 

CD-R disc “Lincoln County Voters 7/3/03” (2003) 

CD-R disc “Pike County Voters Precincts 18 and 18A…Prepared on 02/13/03” (2003); 2 copies 

CD-R disc “Okhissa Lake Prospectus, National Forests in Mississippi, Homochitto National Forest” [2005]; 5 copies 

DVD “Bobby Moak Representative, Bobby Moak, Real Leadership” [2007]; 2 copies 

DVD “Thanks for Making Mississippi Proud, James H. Meredith Institute, 779 King Street – Gary, IN 46406” [2007] 

CD “Flu Vaccines: Are They Effective and Safe?, Vaccines’ Dark Inferno: What Is not on Insert Labels?, Bracing Ourselves for More Sham Vaccine Studies: The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease’s Reliance on Bad Science, The Public Relations Machine for the Vaccine Complex: The Role of the CDC, by Richard Gale and Gary Null, PhD.” 

DVD “Mississippi Public Broadcasting @ISSUE 6, March 14, 2013” 

DVD “Press Conf, Part One, Buffet”; on envelope “Haley Barbour Video, Moak Comments, 15:07-15:32” 

DVD “Margarito Casino” 

DVD “Charting the Course, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems” 

VHS “Nursing Home Abuse Video Surveillance Footage” 

CD-R disc in envelope with Delbert Hoseman, Mississippi Secretary of State letterhead 

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Series 6: Photographs 

Access Restrictions

All photographs are stored separately in Modern Political Archives Photographs Box 10, Folder 19 through 33.

MPAP 10-19. 1984. 

MPAP 10-20. 1998 

MPAP 10-21. 2000 

MPAP 10-22. John Kerry and John Edwards (2004) 

MPAP 10-23. 2004-2005 

MPAP 20-24. 2004-2005 

MPAP 20-25. 2004-2005 

MPAP 20-26. 2005 

MPAP 20-27. 2007 

MPAP 20-28. Governor Kirk Fordice and group (undated) 

MPAP 20-29. Undated 

MPAP 20-30. Miss Mississippi and group (undated) 

MPAP 20-31. Bobby Moak speaking in House Chamber (undated) 

MPAP 20-32. Bobby Moak with Others (undated) 

MPAP 20-33. Undated 

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