The Resource These records are part of the Governor's Office record group (RG#3) | Unprocessed | Governor Robb's 1982-1983 papers were transferred to the Archives on 13 February 1986 (accession 32676). On 24 February 1986, Governor Gerald Baliles restricted access to these files for purposes of evaluation and removal of confidential material. Upon completion of the evaluation, the 1982-1983 were opened. Governor Baliles retained control of Governor Robb's 1984 files (accession 32987) until 23 June 1986 and 1985-1986 files (accession 33050) until 23 December 1987 in order to review the records | In 2000, seven boxes of Governor Robb's records from 1984-1985 were found in a closet on the 12th floor of the 9th Street Office Building. They were transferred to the Library o 12 September 2000

These records are part of the Governor's Office record group (RG#3) | Unprocessed | Governor Robb's 1982-1983 papers were transferred to the Archives on 13 February 1986 (accession 32676). On 24 February 1986, Governor Gerald Baliles restricted access to these files for purposes of evaluation and removal of confidential material. Upon completion of the evaluation, the 1982-1983 were opened. Governor Baliles retained control of Governor Robb's 1984 files (accession 32987) until 23 June 1986 and 1985-1986 files (accession 33050) until 23 December 1987 in order to review the records | In 2000, seven boxes of Governor Robb's records from 1984-1985 were found in a closet on the 12th floor of the 9th Street Office Building. They were transferred to the Library o 12 September 2000

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1982-1986
Inclusive dates
1982-1986
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Language
eng
Summary
  • The Executive Papers of Governor Charles S. Robb are housed in 138 boxes and is divided into five (5) series. Series have been designated for: I. 1982. II. 1983. III. 1984. IV. 1985-1986. V. 1984-1985. These records include books, correspondence, forms, memorandums, minutes, pamphlets, programs and reports. The majority of this collection consists of general correspondence from constituents to the Governor and an attached copy of the response of the Governor, Governor's Office, or the appropriate cabinet secretary or state agency. These records document the Governor's response to topical issues during the administration of Governor Charles S. Robb, 16 January 1982 to 11 January 1986. In addition to mail from the general public (which includes invitations, requests for assistance on a variety of issues, and stances on policy), these records also include letters to and from federal and state agencies, local government officials, Virginia General Assembly members, member of the United States Congress, and others including the United States President, governors of other states and other members of Congress regarding legislative proposals, issues, and bills
  • Series I. 1982 (accession 32676) is housed in 37 boxes and is divided into twelve (12) subseries. Subseries have been designated for: A. General Correspondence (5 boxes). B. Certificates of Recognition and Proclamations (1 box). C. Localities (1 box). D. Associations (2 boxes). E. General Assembly (3 boxes). F. Judicial (1 box). G. Cabinet (and State Agencies) (14 boxes). H. Governor's Office Correspondence (6 boxes). I. Attorney General (1/2 box). J. Lt. Governor (1/2 box). K. Secretary of the Commonwealth (1 box). L. United States (2 boxes)
  • Series II. 1983 (accession 32676) is housed in 41 boxes and is divided into thirteen (13) subseries. Subseries have been designated for: A. General Correspondence (3 boxes). B. Certificates of Recognition and Proclamations (25 folders). C. Localities (1 box). D. Associations (2 boxes). E. General Assembly (2 boxes). F. Attorney General (1/2 box). G. Lt. Governor (1/2 box). H. Cabinet (and State Agencies) (18 boxes). I. Governors Office Correspondence (6 boxes). J. Legislative (1 box). K. United States (2 boxes). L. Form Letters (1 box). M. Books, Pamphlets and Miscellaneous Reading Material (4 boxes)
  • Series III. 1984 (accession 32987) is housed in 28 boxes and is divided into thirteen (13) subseries. Subseries have been designated for: A. General Correspondence (2 boxes). B. Associations (2 boxes). C. Certificates of Recognition and Proclamations (1/2 box). D. Localities (1/2 box). E. Governor's Office Correspondence (4 boxes). F. Cabinet (and State Agencies) (11 boxes). G. Secretary of the Commonwealth. H. Judicial. I. Lt. Governor. J. State Corporation Commission. K. Legislative. (all in one box). L. United States (2 boxes). M. General Assembly (1 box)
  • Series IV. 1985-1986 (accession 33050) is housed in 25 boxes and is divided into fourteen (14) subseries. Subseries have been designated for: A. General Correspondence (2 boxes). B. Associations (1 box). C. Certificates of Recognition and Proclamations (1 box). D. Localities (1/2 box). E. Governor's Office Correspondence (5 1/2 boxes). F. Cabinet (and State Agencies) (11 boxes). G. United States (2 boxes). H. Secretary of the Commonwealth (1 box). I. Attorney General. J. Judicial. K. Lt. Governor. L. State Corporation Commission. M. Legislative (all in one box). N. General Assembly (1 box)
  • Series V. 1984-1985 (accession 37649) is housed in seven boxes and consists of correspondence with state agencies and constituent correspondence and responses from the Governor's Office
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Biographical or historical data
Charles S. Robb (1939- ), from Fairfax County, served as Governor from 16 January 1982 to 11 January 1986 and as United States Senator from 1989 to 2001.
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
Form designation
Executive Papers
Label
These records are part of the Governor's Office record group (RG#3) | Unprocessed | Governor Robb's 1982-1983 papers were transferred to the Archives on 13 February 1986 (accession 32676). On 24 February 1986, Governor Gerald Baliles restricted access to these files for purposes of evaluation and removal of confidential material. Upon completion of the evaluation, the 1982-1983 were opened. Governor Baliles retained control of Governor Robb's 1984 files (accession 32987) until 23 June 1986 and 1985-1986 files (accession 33050) until 23 December 1987 in order to review the records | In 2000, seven boxes of Governor Robb's records from 1984-1985 were found in a closet on the 12th floor of the 9th Street Office Building. They were transferred to the Library o 12 September 2000
Note
  • These records are part of the Governor's Office record group (RG#3)
  • Unprocessed
  • Governor Robb's 1982-1983 papers were transferred to the Archives on 13 February 1986 (accession 32676). On 24 February 1986, Governor Gerald Baliles restricted access to these files for purposes of evaluation and removal of confidential material. Upon completion of the evaluation, the 1982-1983 were opened. Governor Baliles retained control of Governor Robb's 1984 files (accession 32987) until 23 June 1986 and 1985-1986 files (accession 33050) until 23 December 1987 in order to review the records
  • In 2000, seven boxes of Governor Robb's records from 1984-1985 were found in a closet on the 12th floor of the 9th Street Office Building. They were transferred to the Library o 12 September 2000
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  • The Library of Virginia
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Inventory
Extent
138.0
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Office of the Governor
  • Office of the Governor
  • Office of the Governor
  • 9th Street Office Building
Organization method
Organized into the following series: I. 1982. II. 1983. III. 1984. IV. 1985-1986. V. 1984-1985.
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001522217
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