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Transcript of Atiyeh's speech made to the Oregon Alternate Energy Development Commission on potential development of Oregon's renewable energy resources.

Annotated typescript of Gov. Atiyeh's State of the State address, presented at Marika's Restaurant in Beaverton. In the speech, Atiyeh reflects on the challenges and achievements of his first year as governor and discusses his philosophy of…

Annotated typescript of Gov. Atiyeh's State of the State address to the Legislative Assembly. The speech begins by acknowledging Oregon's recent economic struggles, and then presents Atiyeh's agenda of "priority challenges," including legislation on…

Typescript of Atiyeh's State of the State address to a special session of the legislature. Atiyeh outlines the reasons for calling the special session--the economic crisis--and puts forth his new budget proposal, emphasizing the need for both…

Annotated typescript of Atiyeh's 1979 inaugural address, presented at the Oregon State Capitol. In the address, Atiyeh thanks outgoing governor Bob Straub, talks about the business of government, makes promises and sets goals for his administration,…

Handwritten bullet-point list regarding the 1981-83 Oregon state budget

Annotated typescript of Atiyeh's prepared remarks for a press conference on the projected state budget deficit, and the need for both tax increases and further budget cuts.

Atiyeh's re-election campaign speech which he gave for his second term as state governor.

Typescript of Atiyeh's second inaugural speech, prefaced by his handwritten notes of thanks to various figures, including previous governors and his wife Dolores. Atiyeh discusses the challenges and opportunities he faces in his second term,…

Atiyeh's remarks on a League of Women Voters' television program the night before the 1974 gubernatorial election. Atiyeh discusses the economy, his Action Plan for Oregon, and his commitment to Oregon.