See below for more detailed descriptions of collections on Governor Clinton that are made accessible through the CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. Audio subseries of the multimedia record group (CP.04.03.01) This collection consists of cassettes, microcassettes, and recordings related to Bill Clinton's gubernatorial campaigns and career as governor of Arkansas (1978-1992), Clinton's presidential campaign (1991-1992), and the years following the Clinton Presidency (2001-2004). Image Image of the Final Report of the Governor's Commission on Arkansas's Future, January 1989. Image courtesy of CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. Economic Development Series Bill Kincaid (CP.02.02.04) This collection documents Kincaid’s service as a staff assistant for the Commission on Arkansas’ Future from 1988 to 1989. The collection also contains material on human development, economic development, quality of life, and the Arkansas General Assembly. Bob Nash (CP.02.02.01) Nash served on Governor Clinton's staff as Senior Executive Assistant for Economic Development from 1983 to 1989. Files in Nash’s working papers contain material on business, higher education, job training, legislation, and organizations. Craig Smith (CP.02.02.03) Smith served on Governor Clinton's staff as Senior Executive Assistant for Economic Development from 1987 to 1991. Smith worked with state agencies, Boards and Commissions, and transportation related-agencies while providing legal and political advice to Governor Clinton. Phil Price (CP.02.02.02) Price served on Governor Clinton's staff as Assistant for Economic Development from 1985 to 1992. Also included are the working papers of Tracy Steele, who served on Governor Clinton's staff as Special Assistant for Economic Development from 1989 to 1992. This collection documents Price and Steele’s contacts with government agencies, businesses, legislatures, locations, and organizations. Image Image of Governor Clinton speaking to students in a classroom. Image courtesy of CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. Education Series Ann Kamps (CP.02.03.07) Kamps served on Governor Clinton's staff as Special Assistant to Arkansas's First Lady and as Special Assistant for Early Childhood Programs from 1985 through 1992. The collection documents special programs and events organized and attended by First Lady Clinton. The collection also documents the development of the Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY). Connie Dardin (CP.02.03.04) Dardin served on Governor Clinton's staff as Senior Liaison for Education from December 1986 until January 1988. Topics in this collection include the 76th General Assembly of Arkansas, adult education, education reform and restructuring, finance, special education, and teachers. Don Ernst (CP.02.03.01) Ernst served on Governor Clinton's staff as Staff Liaison for Education from 1983-1986. This collection includes casework, research into education reform, and outreach with various departments, organizations, and committees. Education Team (CP 02.03.06) The Education Team was formed in 1989 and continued to function until Clinton was elected President of the United States at the end of 1992. This collection contains papers and other items from Governor Bill Clinton's staff who advised and assisted him in many diverse aspects of education in Arkansas. Gloria Cabe (CP.02.03.02) Cabe served as Senior Advisor on Education and Liaison to National Education Organizations for Governor Bill Clinton from 1988 to 1990 and Chief of Staff to the governor in 1991. This collection contains material related to the 1989 National Governors Association (NGA)'s Educational Summit, Arkansas's Restructuring program in 1990, the General Assembly, and the Education Commission of the States (ECS). Kathy Van Laningham (CP.02.03.05) Van Laningham served on Governor Clinton's staff as Senior Assistant for Education from 1988 through 1990. Topics in this collection include the National Commission on Testing and Public Policy (NCTPP), the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), and the Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development. Paul Root (CP.02.03.03) Root was special advisor to Governor Bill Clinton on education, aging, and religion from January 1983 to August 1987. This collection contains Root’s correspondence with constituents, schools, and special interest groups. Image Image of Draft Comprehensive Management and Development Plan for the Cossatot River State Park Natural Area, September 1989. Image courtesy of CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. Natural and Cultural Resources Series Cathryn Buford(CP.02.09.05) Buford served on Governor Clinton's staff as a Liaison for Natural and Cultural Resources and Special Assistant for Community Relations. The collection dates from 1978 to 1989 and contains material on Buford’s work with multiple agencies involved in environmental, cultural, and community relations. Jeanne Jackson (CP.02.09.03) Jackson served on Governor Clinton's staff as an Assistant Liaison for Natural Resources and the Environmental Liaison. The collection dates from 1973 to 1992 and contains material on the multiple agencies involved in environmental issues. Julie McDonald Cabe (CP.02.09.07) Julie McDonald served as Governor Clinton's Liaison to Ozarks Regional Commission from 1979 to 1981 when the commission was dissolved. This collection contains material related to McDonald's work as the Liaison to the Ozarks Regional Commission. Kay Kelley (CP.02.09.02) This collection dates from 1976 to 1981 and contains material from Governor Clinton's staff who coordinated the work of the governor's office with that of the agency of Natural and Cultural Resources and the Department of Parks and Tourism. Kenneth L. Smith (CP.02.09.01) Smith served on Governor Clinton's staff as a Special Assistant to Environmental and Cultural Resources. The collection dates from 1989 to 1992 and includes material concerning federal, private, and state agencies and material on specific issues. Also included are the working papers of Cathy Buford, Special Assistant to the Governor for Cultural and Natural Resources from 1984 to 1989. Paul Levy (CP.02.09.06) Levy served on Governor Clinton's staff as a Director of the Arkansas Department of Energy. The collection dates from 1979 to 1980 and contains material on Arkansas energy programs and policies. In addition to the gubernatorial papers, the CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies houses the Arkansas Constitutional Convention (BC.MSS.98.11)collection. This collection consists of selected materials relating to the Arkansas Constitutional Conventions of 1969-70 and 1979-80.