The Resource Executive Papers

Executive Papers

Label
Executive Papers, 1938-1942
Title
Executive Papers
Inclusive dates
1938-1942
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • The Executive Papers of Governor James H. Price are housed in 178 boxes. The collection is arranaged into five (5) series. Series have been designated for: I. 1938-1939. II. 1940-1942. III. Penal Affairs. IV. Auditor's Reports. V. Invitations. These records include applications, appointments, correspondence, extraditions, invitations, pardons, proclamations, reports, and requisitions. These records document the gubernatorial administration of James H. Price from 19 January 1938 to 20 January 1942
  • The 1938-1939 records are housed in 43 boxes and are divided into six (6) subseries. Subseries have been designated for A. General Correspondence. B. Miscellaneous Correspondence. C. General Assembly. D. State Government. E. Executive Control. F. Delegates. Subjects include: Adjutant General, Agriculture, Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Appointments, Art Commission, Attorney General, Budget, Conservation and Development, Corporation Commission, Delegates Appointed for Meetings, Education, Fisheries, General Assembly, Grounds and Buildings, Health, Highways, Invitations, Judges, Labor and Industry, Law Enforcement, Legislation, Miscellaneous Correspondence, Motor Vehicles, New York World's Fair Commission, Penitentiary, Proclamations, Public Welfare, Public Works Administration, Recommendations, Taxation, Unemployment Compensation Commission, Virginia Emergency Relief Administration, and Works Progress Administration
  • The 1940-1942 records are housed in 76 boxes and and are divided into seven (7) subseries. Subseries have been designated for A. General Correspondence. B. Miscellaneous Correspondence. C. General Assembly. D. State Government. E. Budget. F. Executive Control. G. Delegates. Subjects include: Adjutant General, Agriculture, Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Appointments, Art Commission, Attorney General, Budget, Conservation and Development, Corporation Commission, Defense, Delegates Appointed for Meetings, Education, Fisheries, General Assembly, Grounds and Buildings, Health, Highways, Invitations, Judges, Labor and Industry, Law Enforcement, Legislation, Miscellaneous Correspondence, Motor Vehicles, Penitentiary, Proclamations, Public Welfare, Recommendations, Selective Service, and Taxation
  • The Penal Affairs records are housed in 33 boxes and are divided into two (2) subseries. Subseries have been designated for A. Extradition/Requisitions. B. Pardons
  • The Auditor's Reports series are housed in 23 boxes and are arranged alphabetically by locality
  • The Invitation series is housed in 6 boxes and is arranged by year and alphabetically therein
Member of
Action
  • Accessioned
  • Described
Biographical or historical data
James Hubert Price (1882-1943), from the City of Richmond, served as governor from 19 January 1938 to 20 January 1942.
Cataloging source
Vi
Citation source
Salmon, John S., comp. A GUIDE TO STATE RECORDS IN THE ARCHIVES BRANCH OF THE VIRGINIA BRANCH OF THE VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1985
Location of other archival material
Library of Virginia,
Label
Executive Papers
Note
  • These records are part of the Governor's Office record group (RG#3)
  • Unprocessed
Arrangement
Organized into the following series: I. 1938-1939. II. 1940-1942. III. Penal Affairs. IV. Auditor's Reports. V. Invitations.
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • The Library of Virginia
Cumulative index finding aids
Inventory
Extent
62.30
Immediate source of acquisition
Office of the Governor
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
001520530
Type of unit
cu. ft.

Library Locations

    • Library of VirginiaBorrow it
      800 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA, 23219, US
      37.5415632 -77.4360805
Processing Feedback ...