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Title
Mills E. Godwin, Jr. Papers, 1712-1989
ID
Mss. 78 G54
Extent
53.5 Cubic Feet
Primary Creator
Godwin, Edwin Mills, Jr. (1914-1999)
Arrangement
Organization: The collection is organized twelve series. Series 1 is correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.; Series 2 is correspondence of Katherine B. Godwin; Series 3 is correspondence of Becky Godwin; Series 4 is schedules; Series 5 is speeches; Series 6 is citations and plaques; Series 7 is audiovisual; Series 8 is scrapbooks; and Series 9 is Political Memorabilia and Selected Material. The last four series, 10-13, are additions to the collection and are group into series by their accession number. Series 10 is accession 1985.15; Series 11 is accession 1989.29; Series 12 is accession 1994.66 and Series 13 is Accession 1994.25. Arrangement: Series 1-10 are generally arranged chronologically. The Additions to the collection located in Series 11, 12 and 13, are also each arranged by date.
Date Acquired
12/15/1978
Forms of Material
Correspondence, Scrapbooks, Speeches
Languages
English

Restrictions

Access
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Scope and Contents of the Materials

The personal papers of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., dating from 1947 to 1978, consist of 24 boxes of correspondence, 1,100 copies of speeches, schedules and appointments. Also included are 40 scrapbooks of news clippings and photographs, 159 citations and plaques, and one box of audiovisual materials, all of which pertain largely to Godwin's personal involvement in the government, political life, activities, organizations and institutions of Virginia during the 30-year period. The majority of the items comprising this collection were microfilmed by the Virginia State Library.

It should be noted that all of the above referenced papers are identified as "personal" since the official executive correspondence of Godwin's two terms as governor of Virginia (1966-1970 and 1974-1978) has been placed by statute in the Archives Branch of the Virginia State Library. In connection with the personal papers, however, and available to researchers, are copies of the guide to the executive correspondence. The guide is on file with the Curator of Manuscripts at the Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

In addition to Godwin's personal papers, the collection includes a small quantity of Mrs. Godwin's correspondence and papers of their daughter, Becky, who was fatally struck by lightning in 1968, at the age of 15, at Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Included among these papers is correspondence of, or concerning, the following individuals: Watkins M. Abbitt, Harry Flood Byrd, Sr., Harry Flood Byrd, Jr., John N. Dalton, Henry E. Howell, Carter O. Lowance, Richard D. Obenshain, Julian Sargeant Reynolds, A. Willis Robertson, Howard W. Smith, William B. Spong, Thomas B. Stanley, A. E. S. Stephens, and William M. Tuck.

Among the many topics the papers cover are: the College of William and Mary, segregation, the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, higher education, taxation, the contamination of the James River by kepone, the oystering industry and public mental health care.

Addition Acc. 1979.14 includes pamphlet, "Notes on the Mills Godwin Family of Isle of Wight County and Nansemond County, Virginia" prepared by Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1979, a Daily Press article written at death of Mills Godwin, a typed copy of a paper entitled, "Biography of Mills Edwin Godwin, Jr." (author unknown) and a typed carbon copy of a speech by Mills E. Godwin to the Virginia Manufacturers Association in Williamsburg, Virginia on September 26, 1970.

Addition Acc. No. 1980.13 contains two small boxes of photographs, mostly official appearances of Governor Godwin.

Addition Acc. No. 1994.25 contains copies of eleven nineteenth century copies of eighteenth century Godwin family wills.

Biographical Note

Mills Edwin Godwin, Jr., was born November 19, 1914, at Chuckatuck in Nansemond County, now the City of Suffolk, Virginia. He completed public school and attended the college of William and Mary. He obtained his degree in law from the University of Virginia in 1938.

He first entered politics in 1948 when he began service in the House of Delegates. From 1952 to 1962 he served in the State Senate of Virginia. He was lieutenant-governor of Virginia from 1962 to 1966. His first election as governor in November 1965, came after he had received the Democratic nomination without opposition. He was elected governor a second time in November 1973 as Republican. On January 30, 1999, Mills E. Godwin Jr. died in Newport News, Virginia at the age of 84.  He is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suffolk, VA.

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[Series 1: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin Jr., 1947-1978],
[Series 2: Correspondence of Katherine B. Godwin, 1966-1976],
[Series 3: Correspondence of Becky Godwin, 1957-1974],
[Series 4: Schedules, 1966-1978],
[Series 5: Speeches, 1957-1978],
[Series 6: Citations and Plaques],
[Series 7: Audiovisual, 1966-1976],
[Series 8: Scrapbooks, 1943-1978],
[Series 9: Political Memorabilia and Selected Material, 1965-1973],
[Series 10: Accession 1985.15, 1978-1983],
[Series 11: Accession 1989.29, 1978-1990],
[Series 12: Accession 1994.66, 1981-1992],
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Series 1: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin Jr., 1947-1978

Box: Folder: 1-15:1-325

This series is comprised of Godwin's personal, political and business correspondence. Included are letters, telegrams, statements, memoranda, reports, clippings, photographs, legal documents, announcements, notes, invitations and other material.

This material concerns such things as personal letters, news clippings and other documents relating to Godwin's political career, including election to the House of Delegates, Senate of Virginia, lieutenant- governor and his two terms as governor. Additionally, the series contains a collection of correspondence and other documentation relating to his personal life, church and civic endeavors, as well as such items relevant to critical events of his political career such as the school integration crisis, revision of the State Constitution and bonded indebtedness referenda.

Individual folders made for certain specific topics have been placed at the end of the year in which they occurred. For example, the role Godwin played as a private citizen in connection with the Virginians for the Constitution in 1970 and with the U. S. Senate campaign of Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and the correspondence pertaining thereto will be found filed at the end of 1970. Other topics arranged in the same manner are: Commission on Constitutional Government, 1958-1962; George Kostel for lieutenant-governor campaign, 1971-1972; and Virginians for the Re-election of the President, 1972.

Box 1: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1947-1959
Folders 1-22.
Folder 1: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1947
Godwin's involvement in church and civic concerns, such as Chairman of the Board of Deacons of three area churches; Oakland Christian Church Cemetery Improvement Project; Suffolk Chapter of National Conference of Christians and Jews; Virginia State Bar Association; his involvement in political activity, including statement on various issues; election to the House of Delegates, news clippings on Godwin's House of Delegates campaign and victory.
Folder 2: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1948
General correspondence from constituents concerning legislation; Nansemond County bridge and road conditions; church and civic activities; speaking engagements; election to the Board of Directors, Bank of Whaleyville and Board of Trustees of Elon College; Horace Edward's candidacy for governor; political interests of Porter Hardy.
Folder 3: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1949
Concerns legislative matters, including Godwin's desire for more and better committee assignments. Also includes his expense report for campaign of 1948 and church and civic activities.
Folder 4: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, January-May 1950
Letters to House of Delegates members regarding General Assembly session; Porter Hardy's election to Congress; matters relating to the church, community and friends.
Folder 5: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, June-December 1950
Letters to House of Delegates members regarding General Assembly session; Porter Hardy's election to Congress; matters relating to the church, community and friends.
Folder 6: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1951
Godwin's request for additional committee assignments; endorsement of Judge Whittle to Supreme Court of Appeals; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; expense account filed with the State Board of Elections following re-election to the House of Delegates; congratulatory messages from constituents; news clippings on his re-election.
Folder 7: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-April 1952
Special session of the Legislature for reapportionment of legislative districts; correspondence relating to appointment to the Virginia Advisory Legislative Committee, complimentary letters on action taken on certain legislative decisions; his resignation from the House of Delegates to seek vacated Senate seat and election to same; new committee assignments sought in Senate; news clippings about the election and congratulatory messages on victory; election as President of Ruritan National.
Folder 8: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, May-September 1952
Special session of the Legislature for reapportionment of legislative districts; correspondence relating to appointment to the Virginia Advisory Legislative Committee, complimentary letters on action taken on certain legislative decisions; his resignation from the House of Delegates to seek vacated Senate seat and election to same; new committee assignments sought in Senate; news clippings about the election and congratulatory messages on victory; election as President of Ruritan National.
Folder 9: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, October-December 1952
Special session of the Legislature for reapportionment of legislative districts; correspondence relating to appointment to the Virginia Advisory Legislative Committee, complimentary letters on action taken on certain legislative decisions; his resignation from the House of Delegates to seek vacated Senate seat and election to same; new committee assignments sought in Senate; news clippings about the election and congratulatory messages on victory; election as President of Ruritan National.
Folder 10: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-May 1953
Proposed toll road from Petersburg to north of Richmond; Virginia World War II Memorial; T. B. Sanatorium in Tidewater area; speaking engagements and church and civic involvement; letter from President Chandler of the College of William and Mary regarding the inaugural ceremonies in which President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower were invited.
Folder 11: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, June-December 1953
Proposed toll road from Petersburg to north of Richmond; Virginia World War II Memorial; T. B. Sanatorium in Tidewater area; speaking engagements and church and civic involvement; letter from President Chandler of the College of William and Mary regarding the inaugural ceremonies in which President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower were invited.
Folder 12: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1954
Correspondence relating to the United States Supreme Court's decision which commenced school desegregation; appointment as a member of Public School Study Commission on Education; resolutions from localities opposing integration of public schools.
Folder 13: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,, 1955
Correspondence regarding continuation of school integration crisis and massive resistance; minutes of Commission meetings and Senator Harry Byrd, Sr.'s statement supporting referendum for Constitutional Convention; public hearing with Commission on Public Education and prepared statements for meeting.
Folder 14: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, January-August 1956
Legislative matters regarding the school crisis; meetings on preservation of public schools; activities in support of constitutional convention; acknowledgment of gifts received and sent, church and civic matters.
Folder 15: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, September-December 1956
Legislative matters regarding the school crisis; meetings on preservation of public schools; activities in support of constitutional convention; acknowledgment of gifts received and sent, church and civic matters.
Folder 16: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, January-April 1957
Correspondence and articles regarding school integration; Godwin challenging Republican candidate for governor relating to Public Assignment Plan and opposition thereto; Godwin's appearance before State Highway Commission advocating north-south route for Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel, and letters which followed as result of his stand; Godwin's letter of congratulations to Governor-elect Almond; his stated desire for appointment of Senate Finance Committee; Report on Fluoridation of Public Water supplies.
Folder 17: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, May-August 1957
Correspondence and articles regarding school integration; Godwin challenging Republican candidate for governor relating to Public Assignment Plan and opposition thereto; Godwin's appearance before State Highway Commission advocating north-south route for Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel, and letters which followed as result of his stand; Godwin's letter of congratulations to Governor-elect Almond; his stated desire for appointment of Senate Finance Committee; Report on Fluoridation of Public Water supplies.
Folder 18: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, September-December 1957
Correspondence and articles regarding school integration; Godwin challenging Republican candidate for governor relating to Public Assignment Plan and opposition thereto; Godwin's appearance before State Highway Commission advocating north-south route for Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel, and letters which followed as result of his stand; Godwin's letter of congratulations to Governor-elect Almond; his stated desire for appointment of Senate Finance Committee; Report on Fluoridation of Public Water supplies.
Folder 19: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-April 1958
Correspondence reveals Godwin's appointment as a member of Commission on Constitutional Government, with copy of Chapter 223 creating said Commission included (legislation of which he was a patron); assignment to the Senate Finance Committee; correspondence regarding the Norfolk school closings, news clippings on same; synopsis of four bills passed relating to segregation of public schools; letters favoring Godwin's views on school situation; letters regarding his speech made November 3 on the school issue; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; Godwin's hospitalization in February-March; his trip to Nassau; trip to New York; extension requested for filing tax return; correspondence regarding Judge Lawrence W. I'Anson's ceremony.
Item 20: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, May-September 1958
Correspondence reveals Godwin's appointment as a member of Commission on Constitutional Government, with copy of Chapter 223 creating said Commission included (legislation of which he was a patron); assignment to the Senate Finance Committee; correspondence regarding the Norfolk school closings, news clippings on same; synopsis of four bills passed relating to segregation of public schools; letters favoring Godwin's views on school situation; letters regarding his speech made November 3 on the school issue; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; Godwin's hospitalization in February-March; his trip to Nassau; trip to New York; extension requested for filing tax return; correspondence regarding Judge Lawrence W. I'Anson's ceremony.
Folder 21: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, October-December 1958
Correspondence reveals Godwin's appointment as a member of Commission on Constitutional Government, with copy of Chapter 223 creating said Commission included (legislation of which he was a patron); assignment to the Senate Finance Committee; correspondence regarding the Norfolk school closings, news clippings on same; synopsis of four bills passed relating to segregation of public schools; letters favoring Godwin's views on school situation; letters regarding his speech made November 3 on the school issue; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; Godwin's hospitalization in February-March; his trip to Nassau; trip to New York; extension requested for filing tax return; correspondence regarding Judge Lawrence W. I'Anson's ceremony.
Folder 22: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1958-1959
Correspondence covering matters relating to the Commission on Constitutional Government, its organizational set-up, Executive Committee's instructions, etc; an editorial entitled "Campaign for the Constitution", and correspondence with James J. Kilpatrick of the Richmond News Leader.
Box 2: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1959-1964
Folders 23-44.
Folder 23: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-March 1959
Many legislative matters such as the school integration issue, the sales tax issue, resolution calling for special session of Legislature with the telegrams of support; proposed bill to control outdoor advertising supported by many garden clubs throughout the State; invitations to Godwin for speaking engagements from church groups, civic groups and other functions; letter from Congressman Robertson expressing relief that no one else filed for the State Senate seat held by Senator Godwin; Godwin's correspondence transmitting his qualification fee for candidacy for Senate seat, subsequently followed by the Clerk of Court of Southampton County certifying Godwin elected as Senator for another term; news clipping regarding Godwin for governor.
Folder 24: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, April-August 1959
Many legislative matters such as the school integration issue, the sales tax issue, resolution calling for special session of Legislature with the telegrams of support; proposed bill to control outdoor advertising supported by many garden clubs throughout the State; invitations to Godwin for speaking engagements from church groups, civic groups and other functions; letter from Congressman Robertson expressing relief that no one else filed for the State Senate seat held by Senator Godwin; Godwin's correspondence transmitting his qualification fee for candidacy for Senate seat, subsequently followed by the Clerk of Court of Southampton County certifying Godwin elected as Senator for another term; news clipping regarding Godwin for governor.
Folder 25: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, September-December 1959
Many legislative matters such as the school integration issue, the sales tax issue, resolution calling for special session of Legislature with the telegrams of support; proposed bill to control outdoor advertising supported by many garden clubs throughout the State; invitations to Godwin for speaking engagements from church groups, civic groups and other functions; letter from Congressman Robertson expressing relief that no one else filed for the State Senate seat held by Senator Godwin; Godwin's correspondence transmitting his qualification fee for candidacy for Senate seat, subsequently followed by the Clerk of Court of Southampton County certifying Godwin elected as Senator for another term; news clipping regarding Godwin for governor.
Folder 26: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-March 1960
Correspondence regarding the sales tax issue; a resolution regarding the removal of the additional 16¢ charge on gasoline; appreciation on passage of billboard control bill and Godwin's stand opposing the current sales tax measure; article on Governor Almond's verbal attack on Godwin and others instrumental in defeating current sales tax measure; speaking engagements; church and civic involvement; gift acknowledgments; letters of condolence; correspondence regarding Katherine Godwin's operation in late 1959; letter to Harry F. Byrd, Jr. regarding the political scene for 1961; Godwin chosen First Citizen of Suffolk and Nansemond County; communications from citizens throughout the Commonwealth for his candidacy for lieutenant-governor on Democratic ticket for 1961.
Folder 27: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, April-June 1960
Correspondence regarding the sales tax issue; a resolution regarding the removal of the additional 16¢ charge on gasoline; appreciation on passage of billboard control bill and Godwin's stand opposing the current sales tax measure; article on Governor Almond's verbal attack on Godwin and others instrumental in defeating current sales tax measure; speaking engagements; church and civic involvement; gift acknowledgments; letters of condolence; correspondence regarding Katherine Godwin's operation in late 1959; letter to Harry F. Byrd, Jr. regarding the political scene for 1961; Godwin chosen First Citizen of Suffolk and Nansemond County; communications from citizens throughout the Commonwealth for his candidacy for lieutenant-governor on Democratic ticket for 1961.
Folder 28: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, July-September 1960
Correspondence regarding the sales tax issue; a resolution regarding the removal of the additional 16¢ charge on gasoline; appreciation on passage of billboard control bill and Godwin's stand opposing the current sales tax measure; article on Governor Almond's verbal attack on Godwin and others instrumental in defeating current sales tax measure; speaking engagements; church and civic involvement; gift acknowledgments; letters of condolence; correspondence regarding Katherine Godwin's operation in late 1959; letter to Harry F. Byrd, Jr. regarding the political scene for 1961; Godwin chosen First Citizen of Suffolk and Nansemond County; communications from citizens throughout the Commonwealth for his candidacy for lieutenant-governor on Democratic ticket for 1961.
Folder 29: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, October-December 1960
Correspondence regarding the sales tax issue; a resolution regarding the removal of the additional 16¢ charge on gasoline; appreciation on passage of billboard control bill and Godwin's stand opposing the current sales tax measure; article on Governor Almond's verbal attack on Godwin and others instrumental in defeating current sales tax measure; speaking engagements; church and civic involvement; gift acknowledgments; letters of condolence; correspondence regarding Katherine Godwin's operation in late 1959; letter to Harry F. Byrd, Jr. regarding the political scene for 1961; Godwin chosen First Citizen of Suffolk and Nansemond County; communications from citizens throughout the Commonwealth for his candidacy for lieutenant-governor on Democratic ticket for 1961.
Folder 30: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-March 1961
Correspondence and statements regarding the Democratic ticket "Harrison, Godwin and Button"; signed petitions and other requirements needed for candidacy; Godwin's views on education in a copy of the Virginia Journal on Education; statements on Education and Government, Virginia's Right to Work Act and school integration; campaign information on Booth's stand on issues, criticism of Byrd Machine; copy of a speech made by Harry F. Byrd, Sr. on Right to Work law; campaign statement on "Why You Should Vote For Harrison, Godwin and Button" - a clear definition between conservatism and liberalism; sample ballot; Harrison's speech for ticket; Godwin's schedule during campaign (partial); letters on Primary race; news article regarding Godwin campaign; letters on the November campaign; speaking engagements and strategy; congratulatory messages following election, one of which was sent by Governor Almond.
Folder 31: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, April-July 1961
Correspondence and statements regarding the Democratic ticket "Harrison, Godwin and Button"; signed petitions and other requirements needed for candidacy; Godwin's views on education in a copy of the Virginia Journal on Education; statements on Education and Government, Virginia's Right to Work Act and school integration; campaign information on Booth's stand on issues, criticism of Byrd Machine; copy of a speech made by Harry F. Byrd, Sr. on Right to Work law; campaign statement on "Why You Should Vote For Harrison, Godwin and Button" - a clear definition between conservatism and liberalism; sample ballot; Harrison's speech for ticket; Godwin's schedule during campaign (partial); letters on Primary race; news article regarding Godwin campaign; letters on the November campaign; speaking engagements and strategy; congratulatory messages following election, one of which was sent by Governor Almond.
Folder 32: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, August 1961
Correspondence and statements regarding the Democratic ticket "Harrison, Godwin and Button"; signed petitions and other requirements needed for candidacy; Godwin's views on education in a copy of the Virginia Journal on Education; statements on Education and Government, Virginia's Right to Work Act and school integration; campaign information on Booth's stand on issues, criticism of Byrd Machine; copy of a speech made by Harry F. Byrd, Sr. on Right to Work law; campaign statement on "Why You Should Vote For Harrison, Godwin and Button" - a clear definition between conservatism and liberalism; sample ballot; Harrison's speech for ticket; Godwin's schedule during campaign (partial); letters on Primary race; news article regarding Godwin campaign; letters on the November campaign; speaking engagements and strategy; congratulatory messages following election, one of which was sent by Governor Almond.
Folder 33: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, September-October 1961
Correspondence and statements regarding the Democratic ticket "Harrison, Godwin and Button"; signed petitions and other requirements needed for candidacy; Godwin's views on education in a copy of the Virginia Journal on Education; statements on Education and Government, Virginia's Right to Work Act and school integration; campaign information on Booth's stand on issues, criticism of Byrd Machine; copy of a speech made by Harry F. Byrd, Sr. on Right to Work law; campaign statement on "Why You Should Vote For Harrison, Godwin and Button" - a clear definition between conservatism and liberalism; sample ballot; Harrison's speech for ticket; Godwin's schedule during campaign (partial); letters on Primary race; news article regarding Godwin campaign; letters on the November campaign; speaking engagements and strategy; congratulatory messages following election, one of which was sent by Governor Almond.
Folder 34: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, November-December 1961
Correspondence and statements regarding the Democratic ticket "Harrison, Godwin and Button"; signed petitions and other requirements needed for candidacy; Godwin's views on education in a copy of the Virginia Journal on Education; statements on Education and Government, Virginia's Right to Work Act and school integration; campaign information on Booth's stand on issues, criticism of Byrd Machine; copy of a speech made by Harry F. Byrd, Sr. on Right to Work law; campaign statement on "Why You Should Vote For Harrison, Godwin and Button" - a clear definition between conservatism and liberalism; sample ballot; Harrison's speech for ticket; Godwin's schedule during campaign (partial); letters on Primary race; news article regarding Godwin campaign; letters on the November campaign; speaking engagements and strategy; congratulatory messages following election, one of which was sent by Governor Almond.
Folder 35: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-February 1962
Godwin's inauguration as lieutenant-governor (Folder 35); correspondence on the election; invitations to the inauguration and legislative matters; letters to Godwin concerning his residing over the Senate during the session; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; correspondence on the theft of Mrs. Godwin's brooch while in Roanoke, Virginia.
Folder 36: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March 1962
Godwin's inauguration as lieutenant-governor (Folder 35); correspondence on the election; invitations to the inauguration and legislative matters; letters to Godwin concerning his residing over the Senate during the session; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; correspondence on the theft of Mrs. Godwin's brooch while in Roanoke, Virginia.
Folder 37: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, April 1962
Godwin's inauguration as lieutenant-governor (Folder 35); correspondence on the election; invitations to the inauguration and legislative matters; letters to Godwin concerning his residing over the Senate during the session; church and civic involvement; speaking engagements; correspondence on the theft of Mrs. Godwin's brooch while in Roanoke, Virginia.
Folder 38: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,, 1963
News clippings; a trip to the Mediterranean (Virginia Ports sales talk); correspondence and speech to representatives of the Sigma Delta Chi at Williamsburg; letter from Godwin to Senator Walker congratulating him on successful Primary race; letter from George Kostel regarding his recent campaign.
Folder 39: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-23 January 1964
Legislative correspondence regarding the Library Amendment; possible sales tax next year; appointment of pages; legislators to various committees; Godwin's letters to all senators, stenographers and pages expressing his appreciation for their assistance during the session; invitations; church and civic involvements; speaking engagements and condolences; article from The Dickensonian regarding Godwin and another regarding his possible candidacy for governor; letters from Virginians offering support to Godwin if candidate for governor.
Folder 40: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 24-31 January 1964
Legislative correspondence regarding the Library Amendment; possible sales tax next year; appointment of pages; legislators to various committees; Godwin's letters to all senators, stenographers and pages expressing his appreciation for their assistance during the session; invitations; church and civic involvements; speaking engagements and condolences; article from The Dickensonianregarding Godwin and another regarding his possible candidacy for governor; letters from Virginians offering support to Godwin if candidate for governor.
Folder 41: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-13 February 1964
Legislative correspondence regarding the Library Amendment; possible sales tax next year; appointment of pages; legislators to various committees; Godwin's letters to all senators, stenographers and pages expressing his appreciation for their assistance during the session; invitations; church and civic involvements; speaking engagements and condolences; article from The Dickensonianregarding Godwin and another regarding his possible candidacy for governor; letters from Virginians offering support to Godwin if candidate for governor.
Folder 42: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 14-29 February 1964
Legislative correspondence regarding the Library Amendment; possible sales tax next year; appointment of pages; legislators to various committees; Godwin's letters to all senators, stenographers and pages expressing his appreciation for their assistance during the session; invitations; church and civic involvements; speaking engagements and condolences; article from The Dickensonian regarding Godwin and another regarding his possible candidacy for governor; letters from Virginians offering support to Godwin if candidate for governor.
Folder 43: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March-July 1964
Legislative correspondence regarding the Library Amendment; possible sales tax next year; appointment of pages; legislators to various committees; Godwin's letters to all senators, stenographers and pages expressing his appreciation for their assistance during the session; invitations; church and civic involvements; speaking engagements and condolences; article from The Dickensonian regarding Godwin and another regarding his possible candidacy for governor; letters from Virginians offering support to Godwin if candidate for governor.
Folder 44: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, August-December 1964
Legislative correspondence regarding the Library Amendment; possible sales tax next year; appointment of pages; legislators to various committees; Godwin's letters to all senators, stenographers and pages expressing his appreciation for their assistance during the session; invitations; church and civic involvements; speaking engagements and condolences; article from The Dickensonian regarding Godwin and another regarding his possible candidacy for governor; letters from Virginians offering support to Godwin if candidate for governor.
Box 3: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., January-September 1965
Folders 45-70.
Folder 45: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-11 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 46: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 12-13 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 47: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 14-15 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 48: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 16-19 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 49: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 20-21 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 50: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 22-25 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 51: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 26-31 January 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 52: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-10 February 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 53: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 11-16 February 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 54: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 17-28 February 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 55: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-8 March 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 56: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 9-15 March 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 57: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 16-31 March 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 58: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, April 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts
Folder 59: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, May 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 60: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, June 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 61: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, July 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 62: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-22 August 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 63: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 23-31 August 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 64: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-8 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 65: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 9-13 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 66: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 14-15 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 67: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 16-20 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 68: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 21-23 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 69: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 24-27 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Folder 70: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 28-30 September 1965
Correspondence covers the period of Godwin's campaign for the Democratic Primary for governor; the possible closing of Public Health Services Hospital in Norfolk; matters relating to Washington and old Dominion Railway; campaign matters, such as support letters, news clippings; correspondence regarding his announcement of candidacy; statement released to the press announcing his candidacy; letters to and replies from legislators and others seeking support; letters acknowledging unsolicited contributions; letters seeking support from Virginia Congressional Delegation; letters pledging support of candidacy, financial contributions received and acknowledged; letter to Harry Byrd, Jr. thanking him for support; letters regarding lieutenant-governor spot and his own personal political philosophy; acknowledgments of Christmas gifts.
Box 4: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., October -December 1965
Folders 71-97.
Folder 71: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-5 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 72: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 6-10 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 73: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 11-12 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 74: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 13-14 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 75: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 15-19 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 76: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-23 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 77: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 24-26 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 78: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 27-29 October 196
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 79: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 30-31 October 1965
News articles; releases; campaign correspondence; speaking engagements; letters of appreciation to individuals; letters regarding contributions.
Folder 80: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-2 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 81: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 3 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 82: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 3 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 83: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 4 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 84: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 5 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 85: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 6-7 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 86: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 8 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 87: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 9 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 88: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 10-11 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 89: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 12 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 90: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 13-15 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 91: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 16-17 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 92: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 18-19 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 93: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 20-22 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 94: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 23 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 95: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 24-30 November 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 96: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-10 December 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Folder 97: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 11-31 December 1965
Congratulatory letters; letters of appreciation to campaign workers; invitations to inaugural ceremonies; correspondence regarding temporary office space and secretary for new governor; new administration; legislative assignments; state public school formula; correspondence from A. Linwood Holton and response; letter from Governor Albertis Harrison and Chief Justice Eggleston; correspondence regarding speech by governor-elect at Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute; Godwin's brief hospitalization; correspondence with Waldo Miles regarding gift of mink stole for Mrs. Miles.
Box 5: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1965-1967
Folders 98-121.
Folder 98: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Material, 1965
Invitations; programs, copies of prayer by the Reverend Dwight W. Moore.
Folder 99: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Material, 1965
Invitations; programs, copies of prayer by the Reverend Dwight W. Moore.
Folder 100: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,inauguration Material, January 1966
Invitations; programs, copies of prayer by the Reverend Dwight W. Moore.
Folder 101: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 102: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Message, 1-16 January 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 103: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Message, 17-19 January 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 104: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Message, 20-31 January 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 105: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, February 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 106: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 107: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, April-June 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 108: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, July-September 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 109: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, October-December 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 110: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, January-June 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 111: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, July-December 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 112: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,Christmas Card List, December 1966
Church activities; letters regarding hospital visit, insurance; honorary degree awarded by The College of William and Mary; news articles regarding governor's new administration; correspondence regarding keynote of governor's Conference on Education.
Folder 113: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 114: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, February 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 115: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 116: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, April-May 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 117: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, June-August 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 118: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, September-October 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 119: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, November-December 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 120: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, January-June 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Folder 121: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, July-December 1967
Editorial in Washington Post regarding first Administration and correspondence regarding same; letters and articles regarding European Trade Mission; news articles; letter to Governor Lurleen Wallace, governor of Alabama; printed copy of address given by Godwin at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner and correspondence regarding same.
Box 6: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1968-1969
Folders 122-138.
Folder 122: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-February 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 123: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March-May 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 124: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, June-July 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 125: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, August-September 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 126: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, October-December 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 127: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, January-August 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 128: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, September-December 1968
Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 129: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Research Paper, 1968
Research Paper; Changing Posture of the Democratic Party in Virginia As Seen in its Leadership - Mills Edwin Godwin, Jr., Exemplar of the Change, by Judith Rountree Elliott. Editorials in Rural Virginia and Richmond Times-Dispatchon governor's administration; correspondence on administration; article in Virginia Poultrymanon bond issue.
Folder 130: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January-February 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 131: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March-May 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 132: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, June-July 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 133: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine, July 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 134: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, August-October 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 135: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, November 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 136: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, December 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 137: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,Gifts to the Governor, January-August 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Folder 138: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Gifts to the Governor, September-December 1969
Article, "The Godwin Years"appearing in Commonwealth Magazine and Virginia's European headquarters for industrial development inaugurated by Godwin.
Box 7: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1970-1971
Folders 139-159.
Folder 139: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-14 January 1970
Letters on pardon of youth involved in drug charge; letters of appreciation to Mansion staff; notes and other matters relating to No Higher Honor; letters to and from state legislators.
Folder 140: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 15-31 January 1970
Letters on pardon of youth involved in drug charge; letters of appreciation to Mansion staff; notes and other matters relating to No Higher Honor; letters to and from state legislators.
Folder 141: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Complimentary letters on Administration, 1-12 January 1970
Letters on pardon of youth involved in drug charge; letters of appreciation to Mansion staff; notes and other matters relating to No Higher Honor; letters to and from state legislators.
Folder 142: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Complimentary letters on Administration, 13-31 January 1970
Letters on pardon of youth involved in drug charge; letters of appreciation to Mansion staff; notes and other matters relating to No Higher Honor; letters to and from state legislators.
Folder 143: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-16 February 1970
Correspondence regarding membership on bank boards; recognitions and invitations for speaking engagements.
Folder 144: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 14-28 February 1970
Correspondence regarding membership on bank boards; recognitions and invitations for speaking engagements.
Folder 145: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., March 1970
Correspondence regarding naming of school in Prince William County for Godwin; speaking engagements: dedication of Henry Clay Hofheimer Library; announcement by Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., to run as Independent; correspondence with Mr. Carl Andrews.
Folder 146: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., April 1970
Recognitions; letters regarding membership on Board of Trustees of Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges; letters regarding Administration; speaking engagements; Congressman Watkins M. Abbitt's announced retirement.
Folder 147: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., May 1970
Congratulatory messages; Fox portrait of Godwin.
Folder 148: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., June 1970
Letters on appointment to Boards; further correspondence relating to No Higher Honor; honorary degree from Washington & Lee University; speaking engagements.
Folder 149: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., July-August 1970
Honorary membership in Phi Theta Kappa at Thomas Nelson Community College; speaking engagements; letters regarding former Governor Thomas B. Stanley's death and Senatorial campaign of Harry F. Byrd, Jr.
Folder 150: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., September-October 1970
Lieutenant-governor Sargent Reynolds' illness; ceremonies for Paul D. Camp Community College, Lord Fairfax Community College, and Virginia Highlands Community College.
Folder 151: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., November 1970
Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s victory; Constitutional amendments approved by voters; letters of appreciation for copy of book of speeches - first administration.
Folder 152: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., December 1970
Letters regarding possible appointment to Supreme Court and denial; article in Virginia Observer regarding President Nixon asking Godwin for aid for oil refinery at Hampton Roads; letters on future of Democratic Party in Virginia.
Folder 153: U. S. Senate campaign - Harry F. Byrd, Jr., July-October 1970
Folder 154: U. S. Senate campaign - Harry F. Byrd, Jr., November-December 1970
Folder 155: Virginians for the Constitution, 1970-1971
Folder 156: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, January 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 157: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, February 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 158: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-16 March 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 159: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 17-31 March 1971
General Correspondence.
Box 8
Folder 160: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, April 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 161: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, May 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 162: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, June 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 163: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, July 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 164: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, August 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 165: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-14 September 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 166: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 15-30 September 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 167: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence., October 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 168: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, November 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 169: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, December 1971
General Correspondence.
Folder 170: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., September 1971 - January 1972
Campaign for lieutenant-governor, George Kostel.
Folder 171: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, January 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Folder 172: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, February 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Folder 173: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, March 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Folder 174: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, April 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Folder 175: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, May 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Folder 176: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-18 June 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Folder 177: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 19-30 June 1972
Correspondence, printed material and other items related to Godwin's nomination as the Republican candidate for governor; the presidential election; news articles entitled "Godwin Draft" and "The Push for Godwin"; speaking engagements; comments made by Godwin on busing of school children; statement on White House visit; plans for organizing "Order of White Jackets" Carl Andrews; article and letters regarding dedication of Godwin Hall at Madison College; correspondence and other matters regarding Constitutional Amendment ending tenure for federal judges; letter from Richard D. Obenshain inviting Godwin to run on Republican ticket.
Box 9
Folder 178: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-12 July 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 179: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 13-31 July 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 180: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-15 August 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 181: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, August 16-31 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 182: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, September 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 183: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-12 October 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 184: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 13-31 October 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 185: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-15 November 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 186: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 16-30 November 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 187: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-15 December 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 188: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 16-31 December 1972
General Correspondence.
Folder 189: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-10 January 1973
Article regarding surgery scheduled for Godwin; get well messages and gifts; acknowledgments thereof; speaking engagements; receipts of Distinguished Service Award - Virginia Council on Health; invitation to attend the inauguration of President Nixon; letters encouraging Godwin to run for governor; article "Party Label Debated" and other similar articles.
Folder 190: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence - Get Well Wishes, 11-15 January 1973
Article regarding surgery scheduled for Godwin; get well messages and gifts; acknowledgments thereof; speaking engagements; receipts of Distinguished Service Award - Virginia Council on Health; invitation to attend the inauguration of President Nixon; letters encouraging Godwin to run for governor; article "Party Label Debated" and other similar articles.
Folder 191: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence - Get Well Wishes, 16 January 1973
Article regarding surgery scheduled for Godwin; get well messages and gifts; acknowledgments thereof; speaking engagements; receipts of Distinguished Service Award - Virginia Council on Health; invitation to attend the inauguration of President Nixon; letters encouraging Godwin to run for governor; article "Party Label Debated" and other similar articles.
Folder 192: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence - Get Well Wishes, 17-19 January 1973
Article regarding surgery scheduled for Godwin; get well messages and gifts; acknowledgments thereof; speaking engagements; receipts of Distinguished Service Award - Virginia Council on Health; invitation to attend the inauguration of President Nixon; letters encouraging Godwin to run for governor; article "Party Label Debated" and other similar articles.
Folder 193: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-29 January 1973
Article regarding surgery scheduled for Godwin; get well messages and gifts; acknowledgments thereof; speaking engagements; receipts of Distinguished Service Award - Virginia Council on Health; invitation to attend the inauguration of President Nixon; letters encouraging Godwin to run for governor; article "Party Label Debated" and other similar articles.
Folder 194: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 30-31 January 1973
Article regarding surgery scheduled for Godwin; get well messages and gifts; acknowledgments thereof; speaking engagements; receipts of Distinguished Service Award - Virginia Council on Health; invitation to attend the inauguration of President Nixon; letters encouraging Godwin to run for governor; article "Party Label Debated" and other similar articles.
Folder 195: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-8 February 1973
Letters regarding announcement to run for governor in 1973; Godwin's statement declaring himself a candidate; articles regarding Godwin seeking second term; draft of invitation from Republican Party to join in campaign; letters offering support of Godwin's candidacy.
Folder 196: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 9-14 February 1973
Letters regarding announcement to run for governor in 1973; Godwin's statement declaring himself a candidate; articles regarding Godwin seeking second term; draft of invitation from Republican Party to join in campaign; letters offering support of Godwin's candidacy.
Folder 197: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 15-20 February 1973
Letters regarding announcement to run for governor in 1973; Godwin's statement declaring himself a candidate; articles regarding Godwin seeking second term; draft of invitation from Republican Party to join in campaign; letters offering support of Godwin's candidacy.
Folder 198: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 21-28 February 1973
Letters regarding announcement to run for governor in 1973; Godwin's statement declaring himself a candidate; articles regarding Godwin seeking second term; draft of invitation from Republican Party to join in campaign; letters offering support of Godwin's candidacy.
Box 10: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., March 1973-August 1973
Folder 199: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-7 March 1973
Letters regarding second term; petitions circulated for Godwin; letters reacting to announcement of candidacy; opposition material; statement by Godwin indicating he will accept Republican nomination if offered him; list of Republicans supporting Godwin; letters regarding "Democrats for Godwin" organization; news release naming Anne Dobie Peebles as Coordinator of Women's participation in Godwin campaign; letters offering help in campaign; acknowledgments.
Folder 200: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 8-12 March 1973
Letters regarding second term; petitions circulated for Godwin; letters reacting to announcement of candidacy; opposition material; statement by Godwin indicating he will accept Republican nomination if offered him; list of Republicans supporting Godwin; letters regarding "Democrats for Godwin" organization; news release naming Anne Dobie Peebles as Coordinator of Women's participation in Godwin campaign; letters offering help in campaign; acknowledgments.
Folder 201: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 13-20 March 1973
Letters regarding second term; petitions circulated for Godwin; letters reacting to announcement of candidacy; opposition material; statement by Godwin indicating he will accept Republican nomination if offered him; list of Republicans supporting Godwin; letters regarding "Democrats for Godwin" organization; news release naming Anne Dobie Peebles as Coordinator of Women's participation in Godwin campaign; letters offering help in campaign; acknowledgments.
Folder 202: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 21-31 March 1973
Letters regarding second term; petitions circulated for Godwin; letters reacting to announcement of candidacy; opposition material; statement by Godwin indicating he will accept Republican nomination if offered him; list of Republicans supporting Godwin; letters regarding "Democrats for Godwin" organization; news release naming Anne Dobie Peebles as Coordinator of Women's participation in Godwin campaign; letters offering help in campaign; acknowledgments.
Folder 203: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, General Correspondence, 1-7 April 1973
Invitations; speaking engagements; petitions; article regarding Godwin seeking Republican nomination in June; opposition material; articles regarding Godwin campaign and first term; letters of support from both Democrats and Republicans; letters from individuals offering service in campaign; endorsement by educators, legislators and others.
Folder 204: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 8-17 April 1973
Invitations; speaking engagements; petitions; article regarding Godwin seeking Republican nomination in June; opposition material; articles regarding Godwin campaign and first term; letters of support from both Democrats and Republicans; letters from individuals offering service in campaign; endorsement by educators, legislators and others.
Folder 205: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 18-30 April 1973
Invitations; speaking engagements; petitions; article regarding Godwin seeking Republican nomination in June; opposition material; articles regarding Godwin campaign and first term; letters of support from both Democrats and Republicans; letters from individuals offering service in campaign; endorsement by educators, legislators and others.
Folder 206: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-10 May 1973
Invitations; speaking engagements; letters regarding party affiliation for candidate; letters regarding campaign; article and letter regarding Watergate.
Folder 207: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 11-19 May 1973
Invitations; speaking engagements; letters regarding party affiliation for candidate; letters regarding campaign; article and letter regarding Watergate.
Folder 208: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 20-31 May 1973
Invitations; speaking engagements; letters regarding party affiliation for candidate; letters regarding campaign; article and letter regarding Watergate.
Folder 209: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-11 June 1973
Honorary degree - Hampden-Sydney College; Godwin's acceptance of nomination from Republican Party (speech); vote by districts at Republican Convention; letters regarding nomination by Republican Party; resignations by Democrats from various political posts to work for Godwin's election; letters regarding campaign staff - Carter O. Lowance's participation, Matt G. Anderson, Treasurer of Campaign; statement by Godwin regarding campaign contributions and expenditures.
Folder 210: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 12-19 June 1973
Honorary degree - Hampden-Sydney College; Godwin's acceptance of nomination from Republican Party (speech); vote by districts at Republican Convention; letters regarding nomination by Republican Party; resignations by Democrats from various political posts to work for Godwin's election; letters regarding campaign staff - Carter O. Lowance's participation, Matt G. Anderson, Treasurer of Campaign; statement by Godwin regarding campaign contributions and expenditures.
Folder 211: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-30 June 1973
Honorary degree - Hampden-Sydney College; Godwin's acceptance of nomination from Republican Party (speech); vote by districts at Republican Convention; letters regarding nomination by Republican Party; resignations by Democrats from various political posts to work for Godwin's election; letters regarding campaign staff - Carter O. Lowance's participation, Matt G. Anderson, Treasurer of Campaign; statement by Godwin regarding campaign contributions and expenditures.
Folder 212: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-9 July 1973
Article from Virginia Record Magazine- "The Man for Virginia, Mills E. Godwin, Jr."; news articles regarding campaign; letters of support; Young Virginians for Godwin; statements by Congressman David Satterfield and Mayor Thomas Bliley regarding support of Godwin.
Folder 213: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 10-19 July 1973
Article from Virginia Record Magazine- "The Man for Virginia, Mills E. Godwin, Jr."; news articles regarding campaign; letters of support; Young Virginians for Godwin; statements by Congressman David Satterfield and Mayor Thomas Bliley regarding support of Godwin.
Folder 214: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-31 July 1973
Article from Virginia Record Magazine- "The Man for Virginia, Mills E. Godwin, Jr."; news articles regarding campaign; letters of support; Young Virginians for Godwin; statements by Congressman David Satterfield and Mayor Thomas Bliley regarding support of Godwin.
Folder 215: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-12 August 1973
Letters of support; editorial "Godwin vs. Watergate"; pari-mutuel betting in Virginia; editorial criticizing Godwin for not inviting President Nixon to Virginia during campaign; statement regarding contributions and expenditures; endorsement of Godwin by various state newspapers; article "Howell begins 1973 Race with Attack on Godwin".
Folder 216: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 13-21 August 1973
Letters of support; editorial "Godwin vs. Watergate"; pari-mutuel betting in Virginia; editorial criticizing Godwin for not inviting President Nixon to Virginia during campaign; statement regarding contributions and expenditures; endorsement of Godwin by various state newspapers; article "Howell begins 1973 Race with Attack on Godwin".
Folder 217: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 22-31 August 1973
Letters of support; editorial "Godwin vs. Watergate"; pari-mutuel betting in Virginia; editorial criticizing Godwin for not inviting President Nixon to Virginia during campaign; statement regarding contributions and expenditures; endorsement of Godwin by various state newspapers; article "Howell begins 1973 Race with Attack on Godwin".
Box 11
Folder 218: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., September 1-10 1973
Editorials; news articles; acknowledgments of contributions; statements by Robert Button, W. C. Battle and George Kostel supporting Godwin.
Folder 219: General Correspondence, 11-19 September 1973
Folder 220: General Correspondence, 20-30 September 1973
Folder 221: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-9 October 1973
Invitations; acknowledgments of contributions; solicitation of support; campaign articles and editorials; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s statement supporting Godwin; results of mock elections at Virginia colleges.
Folder 222: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 10-12 October 1973
Invitations; acknowledgments of contributions; solicitation of support; campaign articles and editorials; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s statement supporting Godwin; results of mock elections at Virginia colleges.
Folder 223: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 13-17 October 1973
Invitations; acknowledgments of contributions; solicitation of support; campaign articles and editorials; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s statement supporting Godwin; results of mock elections at Virginia colleges.
Folder 224: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 18-22 October 1973
Invitations; acknowledgments of contributions; solicitation of support; campaign articles and editorials; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s statement supporting Godwin; results of mock elections at Virginia colleges.
Folder 225: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 23-25 October 1973
Invitations; acknowledgments of contributions; solicitation of support; campaign articles and editorials; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s statement supporting Godwin; results of mock elections at Virginia colleges.
Folder 226: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 26-31 October 1973
Invitations; acknowledgments of contributions; solicitation of support; campaign articles and editorials; Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s statement supporting Godwin; results of mock elections at Virginia colleges.
Folder 227: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-5 December 1973
Editorials, campaign correspondence; remarks of Howell regarding the election; letters of appreciation to those who helped in campaign.
Folder 228: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 6-8 November 1973
Editorials, campaign correspondence; remarks of Howell regarding the election; letters of appreciation to those who helped in campaign.
Folder 229: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 9-19 November 1973
Editorials, campaign correspondence; remarks of Howell regarding the election; letters of appreciation to those who helped in campaign.
Folder 230: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-30 November 1973
Editorials, campaign correspondence; remarks of Howell regarding the election; letters of appreciation to those who helped in campaign.
Folder 231: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-5 December 1973
Acknowledgments; resignations from Boards of Trustees; list of invitees to inauguration and congratulatory messages.
Folder 232: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 6-13 December 1973
Acknowledgments; resignations from Boards of Trustees; list of invitees to inauguration and congratulatory messages.
Folder 233: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 14-19 December 1973
Acknowledgments; resignations from Boards of Trustees; list of invitees to inauguration and congratulatory messages.
Folder 234: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-27 December 1973
Acknowledgments; resignations from Boards of Trustees; list of invitees to inauguration and congratulatory messages.
Folder 235: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 28-31 December 1973
Acknowledgments; resignations from Boards of Trustees; list of invitees to inauguration and congratulatory messages.
Box 12
Folder 236: Campaign Material, 1973
Campaign Material; news releases; documents; statements endorsing Godwin for governor; articles and statements on major issues; campaign victory reports numbers 1, 2, 3 & 4.
Folder 237: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 7-17 November 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 238: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 18-23 November 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 239: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 24-27 November 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 240: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 28 November 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 241: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 29 November 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 242: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 29-30 November 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 243: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 1-4 December 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 244: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters, 5-30 December 1973
Campaign Correspondence - Thank you letters.
Folder 245: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,Congratulatory Messages, 7 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 246: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,Congratulatory Messages, 7 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 247: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 8 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 248: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 8 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 249: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 9-12 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 250: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 13-14 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 251: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 15-16 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 252: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 17-21 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 253: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 22-26 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 254: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, 27-30 November 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 255: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Congratulatory Messages, December 1973
Congratulatory Messages.
Folder 256: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1-11 January 1974
General Correspondence.
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Folder 257: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., January 1974
Inaugural speech, a speech to General Assembly; correspondence relating to invitations; letters regarding inauguration; list of invitees to inauguration and inaugural Ball; congratulatory messages; picture of Mrs. Godwin's inaugural gown; news clippings and articles on inauguration - Virginia Highway Bulletin.
Folder 258: General Correspondence, 12-15 January 1974
Folder 259: General Correspondence, 16-21 January 1974
Folder 260: General Correspondence, 22-31 January 1974
Folder 261: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., February 1974
Letters regarding gasoline crisis; news clippings on inauguration; congratulatory messages; correspondence on honorary memberships in various organizations.
Folder 262: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., March 1974
Letters regarding gasoline crisis; get well cards and other correspondence.
Folder 263: General Correspondence, April 1974
General correspondence, including invitation for fishing; get well cards; etc.
Folder 264: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., May 1974
Editorial, Farmville Herald regarding governor's leadership; correspondence relating to Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree, University of Richmond and Doctor of Public Administration Degree from Bridgewater College.
Folder 265: General Correspondence, June 1974
Folder 266: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., July 1974
Correspondence regarding Watergate with President Richard Nixon; letters and articles regarding Bicentennial.
Folder 267: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., August-September 1974
Announcement of Mrs. Richard E. Byrd's death and information about her life; letters regarding governor's speeches.
Folder 268: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., October 1974
Dedication of William F. Stone Hall-Patrick Henry Community College; participation in dedication of Eastern Shore Community College.
Folder 269: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., November 1974
News article regarding gift from Pamunkey Indian Tribe; birthday greetings and other general correspondence.
Folder 270: General Correspondence, December 1974
General Correspondence, including Christmas messages.
Folder 271: Chuckatuck High School, Class Reunion, 1974
Folder 272: Personal Gifts from Governor, 1974
Folder 273: Personal Gifts for Governor, January-August 1974
Folder 274: Personal Gifts for Governor, September-December 1974
Folder 275: Franklin Mint Coins to General Assembly Members, September-November 1974
Folder 276: Franklin Mint Coins to Virginia Congressmen, October 1974
Folder 277: Franklin Mint Coins to Friends, September 1974
Folder 278: Bronze Commemorative Medal, September-December 1974
Folder 279: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., January 1975
Letters regarding Godwin's message to General Assembly and certificate issued governor for community leadership; honorary memberships and contributions.
Folder 280: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., February 1975
Godwin's action to restrain state spending; editorial "Mr. Godwin's leadership"; articles relating to Godwin and the General Assembly of Virginia.
Folder 281: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., March 1975
Godwin's stand on fiscal issues and other state problems; Washington Post article criticizing Godwin for holding line on spending during recession; correspondence regarding honorary chairmanship of UGF.
Folder 282: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., April 1975
Godwin's stand on restrained fiscal policies; letters of condolence; honorary chairmanships.
Folder 283: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., May 1975
Washington Postarticle criticizing Godwin - "Retrenchment of Governor Godwin"; article regarding "A Search for Excellence Governor Godwin's Appointments"; copy of introduction of Governor Godwin by Shirley Holland; news article dated 1962 explaining where Godwin's home was in Chuckatuck; governor's letter to President of Anheuser-Busch, regarding grand opening of Busch Gardens in Williamsburg; letter from Godwin's first grade teacher.
Folder 284: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., June 1975
Letters regarding speech to Virginia Wesleyan graduates and speech at St. John's Bicentennial program; news article regarding Godwin visiting former Mansion cook, Lucille Anderson, in hospital.
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Folder 285: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., July-August 1975
Article on Godwin's stand on federal funds; radio news editorial on Godwin succeeding in having Queen of England accept invitation to visit Virginia during Bicentennial Year, contribution to Oakland Christian Church for repairs; letters on Godwin cutting state expenditures; honorary chairman, 1976 Auction, television Channel 23.
Folder 286: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., September-October 1975
Letters regarding Administration; editorial on Godwin's stand against the Department of Health, Education and welfare trends; Congressional Record regarding HEW demands on Virginia; letter from Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr.; Godwin's participation in "Bill Tuck Day"; editorial on Godwin's second term; Bicentennial participation - news article on Woodstock Bicentennial Commission; contribution to Harry F. Byrd, Sr., Memorial Commission.
Folder 287: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., November-December 1975
Letters regarding Administration; acknowledging gift of Sky Meadows from Paul Mellon for state part site; letters regarding coin collection; letter from President Gerald Ford thanking Godwin for endorsement; remarks on speeches; acknowledgment of Christmas messages and Sigma Phi Epsilon certificate.
Folder 288: Gifts from the Governor, January-December 1975
Folder 289: Gifts to the Governor, January-July 1975
Folder 290: Gifts to the Governor, August-December 1975
Folder 291: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., January 1976
Honorary chairman, Bicentennial Celebration, Munich, Germany; remarks on message to General Assembly; honorary membership for Governor and Mrs. Godwin, Rotunda and Downtown Clubs.
Folder 292: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., February-March 1976
Article, The Virginia Republican; remarks on governor's speeches; coin collection letters; and letters of condolence.
Folder 293: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., April-May 1976
Installation in Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity; honorary membership, Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation; letters on administration and speeches; Bicentennial Celebration participation.
Folder 294: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., June 1976
Letters on delivered speeches; correspondence on Godwin appearing with Billy Graham at Bicentennial Festival of Faith, Tidewater area.
Folder 295: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., July-August 1976
Bicentennial participation; letter on television appearances with Queen Elizabeth, President Ford and Billy Graham Crusade; condolences.
Folder 296: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., September-October 1976
Letter relating to Queen Elizabeth's visit to Charlottesville; correspondence on Godwin's attendance at Virginia Manufacturers Association meeting, Williamsburg.
Folder 297: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., November-December 1976
Correspondence on administration and speeches; letter regarding President Ford's visit to Virginia during presidential campaign; letter on Godwin running for U. S. Senate in 1978; Bicentennial participation, coin collection; Christmas greetings.
Folder 298: Mansion Dinners, February-July 1976
Folder 299: Gifts from the Governor, January-December 1976
Folder 300: Gifts to the Governor, January-February 1976
Folder 301: Gifts to the Governor, March-May 1976
Folder 302: Gifts to the Governor, June-November 1976
Folder 303: Gifts to the Governor, December 1976
Folder 304: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., January-February 1977
Certificate of Recognition, Vienna Bicentennial Commission; coin collection; letter and picture, Display of Exhibition of War Between the States, Brussels, Belgium; Charter Day, College of William and Mary, awarding honorary doctorate degree to Carter O. Lowance.
Folder 305: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., March-April 1977
Article on Mr. and Mrs. Nick Matthews donating land for Yorktown Victory Center; editorial on Godwin vetoing certain legislation; certificate of appreciation, Richmond County Bicentennial Commission; news release announcing John Warren Cooke's seeking another term as Speaker of the House.
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Folder 306: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., May-June 1977
Resolution, Republican Party of Pulaski, on Godwin's term; certificate, World Trade luncheon; tribute to T. Edward Temple.
Folder 307: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., July-September 1977
Article," What's Dulled Virginia's Penchant for Leadership"; replies; letters on administration; letters referring to Godwin's stand on higher education and HEW guidelines; dedication of Walter Reed Memorial Hospital, Gloucester.
Folder 308: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., October 1977
Letters on administration; participation in bond issue; article on new official portrait of Godwin replacing existing one; resignation from Board of Trustees, Elon College; donation of John Marshall Bible by Mrs. Kenneth Higgins, subsequently sent to the College of William and Mary.
Folder 309: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr.,General Correspondence, 1-15 November 1977
Letters regarding bond issues; Bicentennial participation by Godwin at York, Pa.; letters of appreciation to bond issue participants; letters on administration; political ad on Godwin's and Senator Harry Byrd's participation in Dalton campaign; correspondence on Mrs. Godwin's book, Living in a Legacy; birthday greetings.
Folder 310: General Correspondence, 16-30 November 1977
Letters regarding bond issues; Bicentennial participation by Godwin at York, Pa.; letters of appreciation to bond issue participants; letters on administration; political ad on Godwin's and Senator Harry Byrd's participation in Dalton campaign; correspondence on Mrs. Godwin's book, Living in a Legacy; birthday greetings.
Folder 311: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-19 December 1977
Letters on administration; article, "Unique Satisfaction for Out-bound Governor"; expression of gratitude from Governor-elect Dalton for participating in gubernatorial campaign; Navy Public Service Citation; Christmas greetings.
Folder 312: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 20-31 December 1977
Letters on administration; article, "Unique Satisfaction for Out-bound Governor"; expression of gratitude from Governor-elect Dalton for participating in gubernatorial campaign; Navy Public Service Citation; Christmas greetings.
Folder 313: Cedar Point Reception, 1 May 1977
Folder 314: Suffolk Reception, 7 May 1977
Folder 315: Chuckatuck Reception, 11 May 1977
Folder 316: Mansion Dinner, October 1977
Folder 317: Mansion Dinner, 30 November 1977
Folder 318: Gifts from the Governor, January-December 1977
Folder 319: Gifts for the Governor, January-July 1977
Folder 320: Gifts for the Governor, August-December 1977
Folder 321: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 1-8 January 1977
Numerous articles, editorials on Godwin's second term as governor, including "Simply a Man for all Seasons"; letters on administration; letter from Chief Justice Warren E. Burger on administration; acknowledgments of gifts; letters expressing appreciation from legislators; article on Godwin's $9.12 billion State budget.
Folder 322: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 9-11 January 1977
Numerous articles, editorials on Godwin's second term as governor, including "Simply a Man for all Seasons"; letters on administration; letter from Chief Justice Warren E. Burger on administration; acknowledgments of gifts; letters expressing appreciation from legislators; article on Godwin's $9.12 billion State budget.
Folder 323: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 12-14 January 1977
Numerous articles, editorials on Godwin's second term as governor, including "Simply a Man for all Seasons"; letters on administration; letter from Chief Justice Warren E. Burger on administration; acknowledgments of gifts; letters expressing appreciation from legislators; article on Godwin's $9.12 billion State budget.
Folder 324: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., General Correspondence, 15-31 January 1977
Numerous articles, editorials on Godwin's second term as governor, including "Simply a Man for all Seasons"; letters on administration; letter from Chief Justice Warren E. Burger on administration; acknowledgments of gifts; letters expressing appreciation from legislators; article on Godwin's $9.12 billion State budget.
Folder 325: Correspondence of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., February-April 1978
Letters to Governor and Mrs. Godwin regarding service to Virginia; correspondence on Mrs. Godwin's book, Living in a Legacy; news article, "Godwin Described as Great, Popular" by Governor John N. Dalton; letters on administration; Republican Party of Newport News resolution expressing gratitude to Godwin.
Series 2: Correspondence of Katherine B. Godwin, 1966-1976

Box: Folder: 15-16:1-14

This series begins with an article from the Virginia Record of January, 1966, entitled "First Lady of the Commonwealth." It gives much information regarding Mrs. Godwin, Governor Godwin, and their daughter, Becky. Other correspondence includes certain highlights of Mrs. Godwin's official, personal and social activities during her husband's public life.

Other material related to Mrs. Godwin is scattered throughout the entire collection, and the items comprising this series constitute a small portion of the total amount of her correspondence in the Godwin Papers since she personally handled the bulk of her correspondence.

Box 15
Folder 1: General Correspondence, 1966
Virginia Record article on Mrs. Godwin occupying Mansion; letters regarding invitations.
Folder 2: General Correspondence, January-July 6, 1967
General Correspondence, invitations and visits to Mansion.
Folder 3: General Correspondence, July 7-July 31, 1967
Correspondence regarding automobile accident July 2, 1967, Waynesboro, Virginia, state limousine driven by Trooper Shields; correspondence regarding medical services and insurance; personal letters, confinement at University of Virginia Hospital and recovery.
Folder 4: General Correspondence, August-December, 1967
Folder 5: General Correspondence, January-December, 1968
Statement by Mrs. Godwin, Honorary Chairman of Library Week; invitations, letters on participation in Virginia Jaycee project - "Apply Jelly Sunday"; news release regarding Mrs. Godwin's operation at Norfolk General Hospital; letters regarding Honorary Chairman of Lee District Junior Woman's Club; cancellations following Becky's accident; acknowledgments of cookbooks received.
Folder 6: General Correspondence, January-December, 1969
Message as Honorary Chairman of Woman's Auxiliary, Richmond Academy of Medicine: information sent to Charleston, South Carolina paper; statement on work of Richmond Symphony Women's Committee; honorary chairmanships; invitation from Mrs. Lyndon Johnson; note from Mrs. Hubert Humphrey; letters on leaving Mansion.
Folder 7: General Correspondence, 1970-1975
Biographical information on Mrs. Godwin; complimentary letters on Mrs. Godwin as First Lady of Virginia; letters of appreciation by St. John's Church members regarding Mansion reception; articles and pictures on the Godwin's new home at Cedar Point; article on Mrs. Godwin and campaign; The Journal, article on Mrs. Godwin; newspaper article regarding "Miniature First Ladies Show Of Ballgowns"; gifts to Mrs. Godwin; acknowledgments of gifts received.
Folder 8: General Correspondence, January-June 1976
Mrs. Godwin's calendar and participation in various events; invitations, acknowledgments of cookbooks; introduction of Elizabeth Hanford Dole, wife of Senator Robert J. Dole of Kansas, Williamsburg; U. S. Department of Commerce Award to Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission; Garden Clubs coffee; Christmas Mansion tours and information.
Folder 9: General Correspondence, July-December 1976
Mrs. Godwin's calendar and participation in various events; invitations, acknowledgments of cookbooks; introduction of Elizabeth Hanford Dole, wife of Senator Robert J. Dole of Kansas, Williamsburg; U. S. Department of Commerce Award to Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission; Garden Clubs coffee; Christmas Mansion tours and information.
Folder 10: General Correspondence, January-June 1977
Invitations; participation in various events; requests and responses from organizations for donation of items for auctions; Thalhimer's appearance to autograph Living in a Legacy; Virginia State Chamber of Commerce information and purchases of Mrs. Godwin's book; letters regarding book.
Folder 11: General Correspondence, July-December 1977
Invitations; participation in various events; requests and responses from organizations for donation of items for auctions; Thalhimer's appearance to autograph Living in a Legacy; Virginia State Chamber of Commerce information and purchases of Mrs. Godwin's book; letters regarding book.
Folder 12: General Correspondence, 1978
Acknowledgments of Mrs. Godwin's book, Living in a Legacy; letters of appreciation for Mansion tours and gifts; correspondence regarding depletion of supply of Mrs. Godwin's book.
Folder 13: Activities, 1974-1977
Chronological order of Mrs. Godwin's activities, 1974-1977; dinners and receptions, 1974-1977; numerical information on number of people touring Mansion.
Folder 14: Frankie Welsh Scarf, 1974-1976
Correspondence and information on Frankie Welsh Scarf designed for Mrs. Godwin for use as gift; letters acknowledging receipt of scarf.
Series 3: Correspondence of Becky Godwin, 1957-1974

Box: Folder: 16:1-5

This correspondence includes letters, news articles and general information relating to Becky Godwin, beginning with her early school days and continuing through 1968. Included among the material is her diary written in March and April, 1963, covering a European trip she made with her mother and father, who was then lieutenant-governor.

Box 16
Folder 1: General Correspondence, and Diary of European trip, 1957-1966
Letter from Godwin enrolling four-year old daughter in First Baptist Church Nursery during legislative session; lieutenant-governor and Mrs. Godwin leave for Virginia Cruise of Mediterranean; news article and pictures; diary of trip personally written by Becky (March-April, 1963); Godwin's letter to bank regarding Becky's checkbook; letters relating to attendance at Camp Sequoya, Sullins College, Bristol, Virginia.
Folder 2: General Correspondence, 1967
Acknowledgment of V.M.I. sweater sent to Becky; Godwin's letters to Becky at Camp; acknowledgments of gifts to Becky; letter to Becky regarding Mansion ghosts; Becky's letter requesting information for a school project.
Folder 3: Correspondence of Becky Godwin, General Correspondence, January-September 1968
Letter and application for Becky to return to Camp Sequoya; acknowledgments of gifts; Godwin's letter to Camp Sequoya Director enclosing Becky's spending money and other letters to Becky while at Camp; correspondence thanking Virginia Beach Hospital for assistance given Becky as result of bicycle accident; letters regarding Becky's accident and death.
Folder 4: Correspondence of Becky Godwin,General Correspondence, October-December 1967
Accident and Death; Condolences; Memorials.
Folder 5: General Correspondence; Condolences; Memorials, December 1969-1974
Continuing letters of sympathy; offer of placement of wreath on Becky's grave by Meadowbrook Memorial Gardens President; presentation of trophy by Alexandria Department of Recreation in Becky's memory; letters regarding memorial fund at St. Catherine's School; acknowledgment and copy of SJR #2 - "On the Death of Becky Godwin"; Becky Godwin Memorial Fund established at Oakland Christian Church and memorial gift by Men's Bible Class of Chuckatuck; correspondence on and acknowledgment of portrait of Becky; song written in memory of Becky by Viet Nam veteran; establishment of Becky Godwin Water Skiing Memorial at Camp Sequoya by Governor and Mrs. Godwin; poem in Becky's memory and other memorial gifts; establishment of Becky Godwin Fund, School of Nursing, Medical College of Virginia; purchase of confirmation robes, St. John's United Church, in memory of Becky; books donated in Becky's memory; correspondence regarding scholarship award to Paul D. Camp Community College in Becky's memory by the Herbert Perkinsons; Virginia Education Association Award in Becky's memory for yearly scholarships.
Series 4: Schedules, 1966-1978

Box 16

This series consists of official appointment and engagement books compiled during Godwin's two gubernatorial terms, 1966-1970 and 1974-1978. Also included are his major appointments as a private citizen for the years 1971, 1972 and 1973.

Box 16
Folder 1: First Term Schedules, Daily Schedule Book, January-December 1966
Folder 2
Item 1: First Term Schedules,Daily Schedule Book, 7 May-31 July 1968
Item 2: Private Citizen Schedules,Monthly Calendar, January-December 1971
Monthly calendars. Shows major appointments and engagements.
Item 3: Private Citizen Schedules,Monthly Calendar, January-December 1972
Monthly calendars. Shows major appointments and engagements.
Item 4: Private Citizen Schedules,Monthly Calendar, January-December 1973
Monthly calendars. Shows major appointments and engagements.
Folder 3: Second Term Schedules, Appointment Book, January-December, 1974
Shows daily appointments and engagements by date and hour insofar as practical.
Folder 4: Typed daily schedule sheets, January-June 1975
Typed daily schedule sheets, filed monthly. Also includes advanced weekly and monthly appointments.
Folder 5: Typed daily schedule sheets, August-December 1975
Typed daily schedule sheets, filed monthly. Also includes advanced weekly and monthly appointments.
Folder 6: Appointment book, January-December 1975
Appointment book, desk copy. Daily and hourly appointments and engagements reflecting late changes, adjustments, etc.
Folder 7: Declined Invitations, 1975
File showing invitations declined by the governor during the year.
Folder 8: Typed daily schedule sheets, January-June 1976
Typed daily schedule sheets. Filed monthly as above with advanced weekly and monthly schedules.
Folder 9: Typed daily schedule sheets, July-December 1976
Typed daily schedule sheets. Filed monthly as above with advanced weekly and monthly schedules.
Folder 10: Appointment Book, January-December 1976
Appointment book, desk copy, listing daily and hourly appointments and engagements where applicable.
Folder 11: Governor's daily schedule sheets, January-March 1977
Governor's daily (office) schedule sheets in folders by month. Shows office appointments and other engagements. Preliminary weekly and monthly schedules also included.
Folder 12: Governor's daily schedule sheets, April-June 1977
Governor's daily (office) schedule sheets in folders by month. Shows office appointments and other engagements. Preliminary weekly and monthly schedules also included.
Folder 13: Governor's daily schedule sheets, July-December 19767
Governor's daily (office) schedule sheets in folders by month. Shows office appointments and other engagements. Preliminary weekly and monthly schedules also included.
Folder 14: Appointment Book, January-December 1977
Appointment book - daily and hourly appointments (generally more accurate than sheets). Travel plans listed separately when applicable.
Folder 15: Daily schedule sheets, 1-13 January 1978
Series 5: Speeches, 1957-1978

Box 17-24

This series contains Godwin's official speeches, as well as other formal speeches made as a private citizen from 1957 through 1977. Although Godwin was a popular speaker prior to 1957, especially during his active participation in Ruritan National and early days in the General Assembly, no copies of speeches given during that period have survived.

Box 17
Item 1: Speech, 5 September 1957
Prepared Statement to the State Highway Commission of Virginia advocating the North-South Route for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel.
Subseries 1: Speeches, 1961-1963
3 items.
Box 17
Item 2: Hanover Civic Associations, Ashland, Virginia, Candidate for Lieutenant governor of Virginia, 27 May 1961
Item 3: Sound Government Speech, June 1961
Item 4: Excerpts from remarks to the Young Democratic Club of Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia, Candidate for lieutenant-governor, 7 June 1961
Item 5: Speech, 4 July 1962
Excerpts from remarks at Historic St. John's Church, Richmond, Virginia, in connection with ceremonies sponsored by American Heritage Foundation.
Item 6: Speech, 8 November 1963
Remarks made to the Representatives of the Sigma Delta Chi at Williamsburg, Virginia.
Subseries 2: Speeches, 1965
14 items.
Box 17
Item 7: Statement announcing his candidacy for the Democratic Nomination for governor of Virginia, 9 January 1965
Item 8: Northern Neck Electric Cooperative, 11 August 1965
Item 9: Virginia High School Editors, Richmond Professional Institute, Richmond, Virginia, 27 August 1965
Item 10: Remarks at the home of Bruce Green, Arlington County, Virginia, 7 September 1965
Item 11: Christopher Newport College Dedication, Newport News, Virginia, 11 September 1965
Item 12: Carroll County-Grayson County Barbecue and Political Rally, Galax, Virginia, Lieutenant-governor of Virginia and Democratic Nominee for governor, 18 September 1965
Item 13: District Q, Virginia Education Association, Henrico High School, Democratic Candidate for governor, 23 September 1965
Item 14: Virginia Press Women, Thomas Jefferson Inn, Charlottesville, Virginia, 2 October 1965
Item 15: Virginia State Grange, Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, Virginia, 9 October 1965
Item 16: District R, Virginia Education Association, Courtland, Virginia, Democratic Candidate for governor, 11 October 1965
Item 17: Political Speech, The Dome, Virginia Beach, Virginia,, 21 October 1965
Item 18: Holiday Inn, Marion, Democratic Banquet, Democratic Candidate for governor, 23 October 1965
Item 19: Statement by Governor-elect Godwin on day following election, 3 November 1965
Item 20: Tidewater Rehabilitation Institute, Norfolk, Virginia, 2 December 1965
Subseries 3: Speeches, 1966
96 items.
Box 17
Item 21: Inaugural Address, 15 January 1966
Item 22: Address to General Assembly, 17 January 1966
Item 23: Virginia Soil Fertility Association, Hotel John Marshall, 27 January 1966
Item 24: Georgia-Pacific Dedication, Emporia, Virginia, 31 January 1966
Item 25: Virginia Forest Incorporated, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond Regional Conference on Education, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 2 February 1966
Item 26: Dedication of Earl Gregg Swem Library and Charter Day at College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 12 February 1966
Item 27: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner Introduction of the Speaker, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, 19 February 1966
Item 28: John Tyler Technical College Ground Breaking, 24 February 1966
Item 29: State Young Democratic Clubs Convention, Annual Banquet, 19 March 1966
Item 30: Keysville Plant Dedication, Danville Industries, Keysville, Virginia, 25 March 1966
Item 31: Georgia-Pacific Plant Dedication, Emporia, Virginia, 4 April 1966
Item 32: Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, 13 April 1966
Item 33: Installation Ceremonies, James Madison Inn, Phi Delta Phi University of Richmond School of Law, 15 April 1966
Item 34: Old Dominion Advertising Conference, Virginia Press Association Midtown Motor Hotel, Danville, Virginia, 16 April 1966
Item 35: Annual Meeting, Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, Hotel John Marshall, 19 April 1966
Item 36: Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs, Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, Virginia, 20 April 1966
Item 37: Southeastern Theatre Conference, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 21 April 1966
Item 38: Airtronics Plant Dedication, Fairfax County, 26 April 1966
Item 39: Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, Twelfth Annual Dinner, Marriott Twin Bridges Motor Motel, 26 April 1966
Item 40: Dedication, New Products Division, American Tobacco Company, Bermuda Hundred, 29 April 1966
Item 41: Introduction of Mr. Justice Hugo Lafayette Black of the Supreme Court of the United States, Mt. Vernon, Virginia Law Day, 30 April 1966
Item 42: Agency Head Luncheon Group, Hotel Richmond, Richmond, Virginia Hopewell Democrats, 2 May 1966
Item 43: Dedication of Union Camp Corporation Plant, Jefferson Davis Highway, Chesterfield County, Virginia, 10 May 1966
Item 44: Seminar on Economic Development, Martha Washington Inn, 11 May 1966
Item 45: Omicron Delta Kappa, Hampden-Sydney College, Farmville, Virginia, 12 May 1966
Item 46: Virginia Associated Press Broadcasters, Executive Motel, Richmond, Virginia, 13 May 1966
Item 47: Twentieth Annual Meeting, Roanoke River Basin Association, The Downtowner, Danville, Virginia, 18 May 1966
Item 48: Dedication Technical Center, Allied chemical Corporation, Interstate 95, 19 May 1966
Item 49: Newcomen Society Dinner, Introduction of E. Claiborne Robins, 19 May 1966
Item 50: Dedication of Reston, Reston, Virginia, 21 May 1966
Item 51: Prelude to Independence, 28 May 1966
Item 52: Frederick College Commencement, Norfolk, Virginia, 30 May 1966
Item 53: June-is-Dairy-Month Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 31 May 1966
Item 54: Southside Virginia Economic Seminar, Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, 2 June 1966
Item 55: Dedication of Picnic Shelter, Fairy Stone State Park, Martinsville, Virginia, 5 June 1966
Item 56: Mathews High School Commencement, 7 June 1966
Item 57: General Electric Plant, Lynchburg, Virginia, 11 June 1966
Item 58: VMI Commencement, Lexington, Virginia, 12 June 1966
Item 59: Boys' State, Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall, Williamsburg, Virginia, 13 June 1966
Item 60: Virginia Association of Broadcasters, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 17 June 1966
Item 61: The Lane Company Plant Dedication, Altavista, Virginia Greetings, 16 July 1966
Item 62: The Lane Company Plant Dedication, Altavista, Virginia Remarks, 16 July 1966
Item 63: Virginia Traffic Safety Study Commission, 18 July 1966
Item 64: Introduction of Sir Patrick Dean, Jamestown, Virginia, 22 July 1966
Item 65: Home Builders Association of Virginia, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, 25 July 1966
Item 66: Buchanan County Chamber of Commerce, Breaks Interstate Park, 28 July 1966
Item 67: Introduction of Sir Patrick Dean, Virginia State Bar Association Annual Meeting, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, 30 July 1966
Item 68: Virginia Association of Electric Cooperatives, Golden Triangle, Norfolk, Virginia, 3 August 1966
Item 69: Virginia State AFL-CIO Convention, Roanoke, Virginia, 29 August 1966
Item 70: Virginia Manufacturers Association, Williamsburg, Virginia, 16 September 1966
Item 71: State Campaign Kickoff Dinner for Byrd-Spong, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, Young Democratic Clubs of Virginia, 17 September 1966
Item 72: Testimonial Dinner for The Honorable Howard W. Smith, Warrenton Armory, 23 September 1966
Item 73: Dedication of the Portsmouth Armory, 25 September 1966
Item 74: Governor's Day Luncheon, Virginia State Fair, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 27 September 1966
Item 75: Eastern Shipper-Motor Carrier Council, Hotel John Marshall, 28 September 1966
Item 76: Safety Awards Luncheon, Holiday Inn West, Richmond, Virginia, 29 September 1966
Item 77: Dedication Exercises, Buffalo Creek Watershed Project, Lake Jimmy Gayle, Prince Edward County, Virginia, 30 September 1966
Item 78: Dedication Exercises, Buffalo Creek Watershed Project, Lake Jimmy Gayle, Prince Edward County, Virginia, 30 September 1966
Item 79: VPI-West Virginia Football Game, Blacksburg, Virginia, 1 October 1966
Item 80: Governor's Conference on Education, The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 5 October 1966
Item 81: Closing Remarks, Governor's Conference on Education, The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 5 October 1966
Item 82: "The Subject Was Roses", Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, 11 October 1966
Item 83: Gunston Hall Board of Regents, Gunston Hall, 12 October 1966
Item 84: Joint Dedication of the Petersburg Information Center and America House, Washington Street Exit, Interstate 95, Petersburg, Virginia, 13 October 1966
Item 85: 1966 Fall Conference of the Bank of Virginia, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 14 October 1966
Item 86: Capital Outlay Conference Virginia Association of Counties, Natural Bridge Hotel, 17 October 1966
Item 87: Union Camp Corporation Plant Expansion, Franklin, Virginia, 19 October 1966
Item 88: Architectural Woodwork Institute, Williamsburg, Virginia, 20 October 1966
Item 89: Eighteenth Annual World Trade Conference, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 20 October 1966
Item 90: Governor's Conservation Award Dinner, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 21 October 1966
Item 91: Steering Committee, Governor's Conference on Education, 25 October 1966
Item 92: Buena Vista Industrial Foundation, 26 October 1966
Item 93: E. R. Moore Dedication, Buena Vista, Virginia, 26 October 1966
Item 94: Nelson Manufacturing Plant Dedication, Lovingston, Virginia, 26 October 1966
Item 95: U. S. Plywood-Chesapeake Corporation Plant Dedication, Pocomoke City, Maryland, 28 October 1966
Item 96: General Electric Dinner, Commonwealth Club, 31 October 1966
Item 97: Virginia Hospital Association, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 3 November 1966
Item 98: Virginia Education Association Convention, The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 3 November 1966
Item 99: Elon College, Elon, North Carolina, 5 November 1966
Item 100: The United Daughters of the Confederacy General Convocation, Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, Virginia, 7 November 1966
Item 101: State Auxiliary Luncheon, Y.W.C.A., 9 November 1966
Item 102: Southern State Cooperatives Annual Meeting, The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 10 November 1966
Item 103: DECO- Westinghouse Dedication Leesburg, Virginia, 14 November 1966
Item 104: Coleman Furniture Company Dedication, Pulaski, Virginia, 15 November 1966
Item 105: Electro Plastic Fabrics, Pulaski, Virginia, 15 November 1966
Item 106: Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce, 15 November 1966
Item 107: Fifth Annual Luncheon for New York Travel Writers, Editors and Directors of Travel, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, 17 November 1966
Item 108: "Report to Top Management", Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, 18 November 1966
Item 109: Winthrop Rockefeller Luncheon, Colonial Williamsburg, 19 November 1966
Item 110: Thanksgiving Festival Reenactment, Berkeley Plantation, 20 November 1966
Item 111: The Virginians" Dinner, Del Monico's Hotel, New York City, 2 December 1966
Item 112: Ingersoll-Rand Plant Luncheon, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 5 December 1966
Item 113: Brotherhood Citation Dinner, Richmond Chapter, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Hotel John Marshall, 7 December 1966
Item 114: Dedication Ceremonies - Virginia Beach (section of highway system), 8 December 1966
Item 115: Appreciation Luncheon, Southern Conference, Hotel John Marshall, 9 December 1966
Item 116: Dedication, Gordon Avenue Branch, Charlottesville, Virginia, McIntire Public Library, 12 December 1966
Item 117: Governor's Christmas Message, Christmas 1966
Subseries 4: Speeches, 1967
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Item 118: Committees on Privileges and Elections, 5 January 1967
Item 119: Budget Preview, 6 January 1967
Item 120: Moneta Dress Corporation, Bedford County, 10 January 1967
Item 121: Twenty-eighth Annual Meeting, Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 10 January 1967
Item 122: Launching of Personna Hospital Charity Program, Staunton, Virginia, King's Daughters' Hospital, 11 January 1967
Item 123: Winchester chamber of Commerce, 12 January 1967
Item 124: Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Hotel John Marshall, 19 January 1967
Item 125: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 2 February 1967
Item 126: Norfolk General Hospital, Dedication of New Wing, 17 February 1967
Item 127: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Hotel John Marshall, 18 February 1967
Item 128: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, Municipal Auditorium, Norfolk, Virginia, 23 February 1967
Item 129: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, 27 February 1967
Item 130: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, Roanoke, Virginia, 27 February 1967
Item 131: Bristol Regional Conference on Education, Virginia Junior High School Auditorium, Bristol, Virginia, 28 February 1967
Item 132: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, Madison College, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 3 March 1967
Item 133: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, Thomas Jefferson High School, Richmond, Virginia, 4 March 1967
Item 134: Southern Safety Conference Annual Meeting, John Marshall Hotel, 6 March 1967
Item 135: Emergency Planning Conference, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, 7 March 1967
Item 136: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, T. C. Williams High School, Alexandria, Virginia, 8 March 1967
Item 137: Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Nationwide Telephone Conference call, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 9 March 1967
Item 138: American Chamber of Commerce, Madrid, Spain, 31 March 1967
Item 139: Barcelona Chamber of Commerce, 3 April 1967
Item 140: American Chamber of Commerce, Turin, Italy, 5 April 1967
Item 141: American Chamber of Commerce, Milan, Italy, 6 April 1967
Item 142: American Club of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden, 11 April 1967
Item 143: Association Belgo-Americaine, American Club of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium, 13 April 1967
Item 144: American Chamber of Commerce and American Belgium Association, Brussels, Belgium, 14 April 1967
Item 145: General Electric Plant Announcement, Governor's Office, 20 April 1967
Item 146: Dedication of Benjamin Harrison Memorial Bridge, Jordan Point, Virginia, 22 April 1967
Item 147: Dedication Ceremonies, Electra Motors, Inc., Ashland, Virginia, 26 April 1967
Item 148: State Agency Head Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, 1 May 1967
Item 149: Seventy Millionth Ford Celebration, Golden Triangle Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia, 3 May 1967
Item 150: Presentation of "E" Award to Coulbourn Lumber Company, 4 May 1967
Item 151: Virginia Safety Association Thirty-Third Annual Safety Conference, Golden Triangle, Norfolk, Virginia, 11 May 1967
Item 152: Second Governors' Conference on Delmarva Development Convention Hall, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 11 May 1967
Item 153: Harold E. Watson Student Activities Building Dedication, Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center, Staunton, Virginia, 17 May 1967
Item 154: Stackpole Components Company Plant Dedication, Farmville, Virginia, 21 May 1967
Item 155: Virginia Retail Merchants Association, Midtown Motor Hotel, Danville, Virginia, 21 May 1967
Item 156: Prelude to Independence, Williamsburg, Virginia, 27 May 1967
Item 157: Dedication of Scotchtown, Hanover County, Virginia, 28 May 1967
Item 158: Averett College, Danville, Virginia, 4 June 1967
Item 159: Rufus L. Patterson Tobacco Center Opening, Chesterfield County, Virginia, 5 June 1967
Item 160: Dedication, James River Sewage Treatment Plant, Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission, Newport News, Virginia, 7 June 1967
Item 161: Churchland High School Commencement, 7 June 1967
Item 162: Memorial Dedication of the Harry F. Byrd, Sr. Visitor Center, Shenandoah National Park, 10 June 1967
Item 163: Western Virginia Community College Graduation, 10 June 1967
Item 164: Virginia Polytechnic Institute Commencement, Blacksburg, Virginia, 11 June 1967
Item 165: Roanoke Valley Council of Community Services Luncheon, 12 June 1967
Item 166: William Campbell High School Graduation, Brookneal, Virginia, 12 June 1967
Item 167: Chatham-Pittsylvania County Bicentennial Banquet, 15 June 1967
Item 168: Governor's Dinner, Charleston, South Carolina, 23 June 1967
Item 169: International Association of Personnel in Employment Security, John Marshall Hotel, 27 June 1967
Item 170: Dedication of Culpeper Wayside, 28 June 1967
Item 171: Technical Materials Plant Dedication, Alexandria, Virginia, 29 June 1967
Item 172: Formal Opening, Tavern Square, Alexandria, Virginia, 29 June 1967
Item 173: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 2 July 1967
Item 174: Virginia Automotive Trade Association, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 9 July 1967
Item 175: Southern Regional Conference of Attorneys General, Williamsburg, Virginia, 10 July 1967
Item 176: Wallace Business Forms Plant Dedication, Luray, Virginia, 18 July 1967
Item 177: Old Dominion College, Norfolk, Virginia, 20 July 1967
Item 178: Motion Picture Association Convention, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 20 July 1967
Item 179: Wythe County Chamber of Commerce, 25 July 1967
Item 180: Big Walker Mountain Tunnel, 25 July 1967
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Item 1: Democratic Campaign Kick-Off Dinner, Young Democratic Clubs of Virginia, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 9 September 1967
Item 2: Nuclear Energy and Space Committee Session, Southern Governors' Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, 11 September 1967
Item 3: Thomas Jefferson Award Dinner, Old Dominion Chapter, Public Relations Society of America, Hotel John Marshall, 15 September 1967
Item 4: Annual Convention, Virginia Municipal League, Golden Triangle, Norfolk, Virginia, 17 September 1967
Item 5: Half-time Ceremonies, VPI-W & M Football Game, Blacksburg, Virginia, 23 September 1967
Item 6: Smyth County Community Hospital, Marion, Virginia, 24 September 1967
Item 7: Introduction of William Thomas Rice, Hotel John Marshall, 27 September 1967
Item 8: Safety Awards Luncheon, Holiday Inn West, Richmond, Virginia, 28 September 1967
Item 9: Opening Tyson's Corner Center, Fairfax County, Virginia, 29 September 1967
Item 10: Northern Virginia Kick-Off Dinner, Arlington, Virginia, 29 September 1967
Item 11: 275th Anniversary of Richmond County, Warsaw, Virginia "Mt. Airy", 30 September 1967
Item 12: John Tyler Community College Dedication, Chester, Virginia, 4 October 1967
Item 13: Virginia School Boards Association, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 5 October 1967
Item 14: Montgomery County Democratic Fund-Raising Dinner, Christiansburg, Virginia, 7 October 1967
Item 15: Salem Civic Center Dedication, Salem, Virginia, 8 October 1967
Item 16: General Electric Luncheon, 10 October 1967
Item 17: Virginia Probation and Parole Board, Twenty-fifth Anniversary, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 10 October 1967
Item 18: Dedication of General Cargo Pier B, Newport News, Virginia, 12 October 1967
Item 19: Virginia chapter of American Institute, Virginia Society of Professional Engineers, Roanoke, Virginia, 13 October 1967
Item 20: Democratic Campaign Rally, Abingdon, Virginia, 14 October 1967
Item 21: Wise County Rally, Fairgrounds, Wise, Virginia, 14 October 1967
Item 22: Highway Conference, Lexington, Virginia, 26 October 1967
Item 23: Political Rally, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 26 October 1967
Item 24: Ferrum Junior College, Ferrum, Virginia, 27 October 1967
Item 25: Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia, 27 October 1967
Item 26: Dedication of Main Campus Building, Northern Virginia Community college, Annandale, Virginia, 30 October 1967
Item 27: Dedication Northern Virginia Mental Health Institute, 30 October 1967
Item 28: Central High School, Victoria, Virginia, 1 November 1967
Item 29: Virginia Education Association, The Arena, 2 November 1967
Item 30: Democratic Rally, Staunton, Virginia, 3 November 1967
Item 31: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Marion, Virginia, 4 November 1967
Item 32: Dedication of Lebanon General Hospital, Lebanon, Virginia, 5 November 1967
Item 33: English Speaking Union, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 6 November 1967
Item 34: Westinghouse Groundbreaking, South Boston, Virginia, 9 November 1967
Item 35: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia, 10 November 1967
Item 36: Gridiron Dinner, Williamsburg, Virginia, 11 November 1967
Item 37: Travel Writers Luncheon, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York, 17 November 1967
Item 38: Report to Top Management Luncheon, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York, 18 November 1967
Item 39: Dedication of New Wing, Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, Norfolk, Virginia, 29 November 1967
Item 40: Dedication of Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, Norfolk, Virginia, 1 December 1967
Item 41: Ingersoll-Rand Plant Luncheon, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 5 December 1967
Item 42: Eighty-fifth Anniversary, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 5 December 1967
Item 43: Testimonial Dinner for Colonel Charles W. Woodson, Jr., John Marshall Hotel, 8 December 1967
Item 44: 225th Anniversary of Louisa County, 13 December 1967
Item 45: Governor's Christmas Message, 18 December 1967
Item 46: Colon Club Breakfast, Hotel William Byrd, 20 December 1967
Subseries 5: Speeches, 1968
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Item 47: Budget Preview, 6 January 1968
Item 48: Address to the General Assembly, 10 January 1968
Item 49: Dedication, Virginia National Bank Building, Norfolk, Virginia, 20 January 1968
Item 50: Norfolk International Ports, Norfolk, Virginia, 20 January 1968
Item 51: School and Local Governmental Officials Banquet, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 21 January 1968
Item 52: Ruritan National Convention, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 28 January 1968
Item 53: Commemorative Session of the General Assembly, Capitol Building, Williamsburg, Virginia, 3 February 1968
Item 54: Governor's Prayer Breakfast, Hotel John Marshall, 7 February 1968
Item 55: R. J. Reynolds-Patrick County Memorial Hospital Addition, Stuart, Virginia, 11 February 1968
Item 56: Grand Master's Banquet, John Marshall Hotel, 13 February 1968
Item 57: Partners of the Alliance Dinner, Hotel John Marshall, 16 February 1968
Item 58: Introduction of Governor Carl E. Sanders, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 24 February 1968
Item 59: Governor's Message to General Assembly, 9 March 1968
Item 60: Tobacco Industry Exposition, Clarksville, Virginia, 20 March 1968
Item 61: Eastern Virginia Churchmen's Fellowship Dinner, Bethlehem, Virginia, 24 March 1968
Item 62: Conference on Future Patterns of Health Care, Williamsburg, Virginia, 25 March 1968
Item 63: Introduction of the Honorable Hubert H. Humphrey, Young Democratic Clubs of Virginia, 30 March 1968
Item 64: Tri-County Rotary Meeting, Suffolk, Virginia, 4 April 1968
Item 65: Division of School Superintendents, Roanoke Hotel, Roanoke, Virginia, 10 April 1968
Item 66: NIS Plant Dedication, Kenbridge, Virginia, 13 April 1968
Item 67: Order of First Families, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, 13 April 1968
Item 68: Wakefield Shad Planking, Wakefield Ruritan Club, 17 April 1968
Item 69: Virginia Association for Mental Health, The Sheraton, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 18 April 1968
Item 70: City of Hampton Recognition Banquet, Centennial Celebration of Hampton Institute, 25 April 1968
Item 71: Pilgrimage to Cape Henry, 28 April 1968
Item 72: Annual Congressional Dinner, Marriott Twin Bridges Motel, Arlington, Virginia, 29 April 1968
Item 73: Civic Center, Law Day, Norfolk, Virginia, 1 May 1968
Item 74: Appomattox River Basin Dedication, 3 May 1968
Item 75: State Agency Luncheon, John Marshall Hotel, 6 May 1968
Item 76: Virginia Association for Retarded Children Annual Conference, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 11 May 1968
Item 77: Dedication of New Plant, The Newport News Daily Press, Inc., Newport News, Virginia, 11 May 1968
Item 78: Dedication, Continuing Education Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia, 13 May 1968
Item 79: Dedication of Rhoads Hall, Richmond Professional Institute, Richmond, Virginia, 14 May 1968
Item 80: First Virginia Bankshares Corporation, Marriott Twin Bridges Motor Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, 17 May 1968
Item 81: Virginia Jaycees Awards Luncheon, John Marshall, 18 May 1968
Item 82: Dedication of First National Bank, 20 May 1968
Item 83: Dedication, WRVA Studios, Richmond, Virginia, 29 May 1968
Item 84: Prelude to Independence, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1 June 1968
Item 85: Madison College Commencement, 2 June 1968
Item 86: Dedication of Holly Farms Poultry Plant, Temperanceville, Virginia, 7 June 1968
Item 87: University of Virginia Commencement Charlottesville, Virginia, 9 June 1968
Item 88: Southern Regional Educational Board, Atlanta, Georgia, 12 June 1968
Item 89: Dedication of Route 64 Interchange, 13 June 1968
Item 90: Virginia Bankers Association, Hot Springs, Virginia, 22 June 1968
Item 91: National Conference for Lieutenant Governors, Newport, Rhode Island, 28 June 1968
Item 92: Democratic State Convention, Keynote Address, Sale, Virginia, 27 July 1968
Item 93: Westinghouse Plant Announcement, Abingdon, Virginia, 29 July 1968
Item 94: Joint Ladies Night Meeting of the Civic Clubs of Pulaski County, Montgomery County and the City of Radford, Radford College, Radford, Virginia, 29 July 1968
Item 95: The Honourable the Right Worshipful Gilbert A. Cooper, C.B.E., Mayor of Hamilton, Bermuda, Jamestown, Virginia, 30 July 1968
Item 96: Commonwealth's Attorneys' Association, 3 August 1968
Item 97: Blacksburg, Virginia, American Institution of Cooperation, 5 August 1968
Item 98: Dedication of Interstate 81, Staunton, Virginia, 24 August 1968
Item 99: Peninsula Mental Health Center, Riverside Hospital, Newport News, Virginia, 8 September 1968
Item 100: National Agricultural Chemicals Association, The Greenbrier, 23 September 1968
Item 101: Dedication of Francis Scott Key Elementary School, Arlington, Virginia, 26 September 1968
Item 102: Inauguration of Luther W. White, III, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia, 28 September 1968
Item 103: The Junior League of Richmond, Virginia, Inc., First Presbyterian Church, 4 October 1968
Item 104: State Board of Community Colleges, Williamsburg, Virginia, 4 October 1968
Item 105: Dedication of Thomas Nelson Community College, Hampton, Virginia, 4 October 1968
Item 106: Dedication of Military Science Building Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, 5 October 1968
Item 108: Portsmouth Marine Terminal, 7 October 1968
Item 109: Falls Church Community Center Dedication, 19 October 1968
Item 110: International Business Machines Corporation, Press Briefing, Manassas, Virginia, 25 October 1968
Item 112: International Business Machines Corporation Plant Announcement Breakfast, National Guard Armory, Manassas, Virginia, 25 October 1968
Item 113: Nelson County Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Lovingston, Virginia, 26 October 1968
Item 114: TV Tape on Bond Issue, 29 October 1968
Item 115: Dedication of Dow-Badische Plant, State Capitol, 30 October 1968
Item 116: Inauguration of Dr. Fred Rogers Stair, Jr., Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, 9 November 1968
Item 117: 50th Anniversary of the Armistice Celebration of Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation, Staunton, Virginia, 11 November 1968
Item 118: State Convention of Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, Hotel John Marshall, 11 November 1968
Item 119: Report to Top Management Luncheon, Plaza Hotel, New York, New York, 13 November 1968
Item 120: Dedication of the Richmond Technical Center, 2020 Westwood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 20 November 1968
Item 121: Blue Cross-Blue Shield Building Dedication, 2015 Staples Mill Road, Richmond, Virginia, 21 November 1968
Item 122: Inauguration of Dr. Henry I. Willett, Jr., Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, 22 November 1968
Item 123: Executive Committee, National Governors' Conference, San Francisco, California, 3 December 1968
Item 124: National Conference of Christians and Jews, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 11 December 1968
Item 125: National Sales Convention, Watergate Hotel, Washington, D. C., 16 December 1968
Item 126: Assembly of Local Government Officials, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 17 December 1968
Item 127: Presentation of "E" Award for Export Expansion by U. S. Department of Commerce to the Island Creek Coal Company, 18 December 1968
Item 128: Tree Lighting Ceremony, State Capitol, December 1968
Subseries 6: Speeches, 1969
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Item 129: Report of Commission on Constitutional Revision, Williamsburg, Virginia, 11 January 1969
Item 130: Armed Forces Staff College Graduation, Norfolk, Virginia, 17 January 1969
Item 131: Introduction of Dr. Edgar F. Shannon, Jr., Newcomen Society Dinner, Hotel Pierre, New York, New York, 23 January 1969
Item 132: Tidewater Association of Home Builders, Lake Wright Motor Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia, 28 January 1969
Item 133: Masonic Grand Lodge of Virginia, Hotel John Marshall, 11 February 1969
Item 134: Peninsula Industrial Committee Dinner, Chamberlin Hotel, Fortress Monroe, Virginia, 14 February 1969
Item 135: Virginia Jaycees Luncheon, Roanoke, Virginia, 15 February 1969
Item 136: United Virginia Bankshares, State Planters, Richmond, Virginia, 19 February 1969
Item 137: George Washington Convocation, George Wythe High School, Richmond, Virginia, 21 February 1969
Item 138: Westinghouse Dedication, South Boston, Virginia, 22 February 1969
Item 139: Introduction of Governor Terry Sanford, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 22 February 1969
Item 140: Address to the General Assembly Extra Session, 26 February 1969
Item 141: Chamber of Commerce Seminar on Virginia Government, State Capitol, 3 March 1969
Item 142: Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Hotel John Marshall, 26 March 1969
Item 143: Inauguration of Dr. Martin Shotzberger, Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina, 28 March 1969
Item 144: Louise Obici Memorial Hospital Annual Clinical Conference with The Virginia Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Suffolk, Virginia, 2 April 1969
Item 145: Roanoke College Convocation, Salem, Virginia, 14 April 1969
Item 146: Association of American Universities, Williamsburg, Virginia, 16 April 1969
Item 147: John Cook Wyllie Library Dedication, Clinch Valley College, 22 April 1969
Item 148: State Highway Safety Advisory Committee, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 23 April 1969
Item 149: City of Norfolk Dinner, 26 April 1969
Item 150: Virginia Public Health Conference, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 30 April 1969
Item 151: Dedication of the Richard N. Anderson Vocational Training Building, Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center, Fishersville, Virginia, 30 April 1969
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Item 1: Agency Head Luncheon, 5 May 1969
Item 2: 350th Anniversary of the First General Assembly, Jamestown, Virginia, 11 May 1969
Item 3: Opening of Joint Virginia Foreign Trade Office, Brussels, Belgium, 14 May 1969
Item 4: Protocol Dinner, Brussels-Hilton Hotel, 14 May 1969
Item 5: Advisory Board on Industrial Development Luncheon, London, England, 19 May 1969
Item 6: Virginia State Ports Authority American Belgium Association Luncheon, Antwerp, Belgium, 20 May 1969
Item 7: Advisory Board on Industrial Development Luncheon Cologne, West Germany, 21 May 1969
Item 8: 350th Anniversary of Isle of Wight County, 24 May 1969
Item 9: Dinner honoring Dr. H. I. Willett, 26 May 1969
Item 10: Richard Bland College Commencement, 28 May 1969
Item 11: Virginia Beach Industrial Development Council, 29 May 1969
Item 12: Prelude to Independence, Williamsburg, Virginia, 31 May 1969
Item 13: Stratford College Graduation, Danville, Virginia, 1 June 1969
Item 14: Northern Virginia Community College Library Dedication, 3 June 1969
Item 15: Report Luncheon, Commission of the Industry of Agriculture, Hotel John Marshall, 4 June 1969
Item 16: Elkton High School Commencement, 9 June 1969
Item 17: 1969 SREB Annual Meeting, American Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida, 12 June 1969
Item 18: The Richmond Workshop for the Blind, 20 June 1969
Item 19: Virginia Treasurers' Banquet, John Marshall Hotel, 20 June 1969
Item 20: Virginia District Exchange Clubs, Norfolk, Virginia, 21 June 1969
Item 21: Charles City County Celebration, Berkeley Plantation, 4 July 1969
Item 22: SREB's 18th Legislative Work Conference, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 10 July 1969
Item 23: Norton Area Diamond Jubilee, Norton, Virginia, 12 July 1969
Item 24: Vinson Hall Dedication, McLean, Virginia, 17 July 1969
Item 25: George Mason College, Fairfax, Virginia, 18 July 1969
Item 26: Virginia Night, National Press Club, 18 July 1969
Item 27: State Fire Chiefs Banquet, Danville, Virginia, 19 July 1969
Item 28: Memorial Foundation of the Germanna colonies of Virginia, Inc., Culpeper, Virginia, 20 July 1969
Item 29: Southeastern Aviation Trade Association, Ingleside Hotel-Motel, Staunton, Virginia, 24 July 1969
Item 30: Kenrose Plant Dedication, Saltville, Virginia, 26 July 1969
Item 31: Dedication of the Richmond Area Office Building, Virginia Employment Commission, Richmond, 30 July 1969
Item 32: Introduction of The Right Honourable Dr. Horace King, Jamestown, Virginia, 2 August 1969
Item 33: Dedication of Tangier Island Airport, 7 August 1969
Item 34: 33rd National Extension, Homemakers Council Meeting, Virginia Polytechnic Institute Coliseum, Blacksburg, 12 August 1969
Item 35: Dedication of Safeway International, Richmond, 27 August 1969
Item 36: Virginia Council on State Legislation, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, 10 September 1969
Item 37: Dedication of Ingersoll-Rand Company Plant, Roanoke County, 11 September 1969
Item 38: Introduction of the Governor of Bermuda, Jamestown Island, 14 September 1969
Item 39: Southern Governors' Conference, Opening Business Session, 15 September 1969
Item 40: Southern Governors' Conference, Introduction of Dr. Clark Kerr, Opening Business Session, 15 September 1969
Item 41: Southern Governors' Conference, Introduction of Dr. Peter P. Muirhead, Opening Business Session, 15 September 1969
Item 42: Southern Governors' Conference, Report of the Southern Regional Education Board, Opening Business Session, 15 September 1969
Item 43: Southern Governors' Conference, Introduction at the State Dinner, 16 September 1969
Item 44: Senate Public Works Subcommittee on Flood Control-Rivers and Harbors, Washington, D. C., 18 September 1969
Item 45: Memorial Service, Lovingston, Virginia, 21 September 1969
Item 46: Virginia Municipal League, Williamsburg, Virginia, 21 September 1969
Item 47: University of Richmond Convocation, 25 September 1969
Item 48: Safety Awards Luncheon, Holiday Inn West, Richmond, 25 September 1969
Item 49: Eighth District Democratic Conference, Arlington, Virginia, 27 September 1969
Item 50: Hugh Mercer Elementary School Dedication, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 28 September 1969
Item 51: Conference on Health Care Patterns and Costs, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 29 September 1969
Item 52: Jefferson Plaza Dedication, Arlington, Virginia, 1 October 1969
Item 53: Bendix Plant Announcement, James River Country Club, Newport News, Virginia, 2 October 1969
Item 54: Dedication of Richard Evelyn Byrd Hall, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, Virginia, 4 October 1969
Item 55: Scottish Rite Banquet, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 4 October 1969
Item 56: Mid-Virginia Cluster Program, Hotel John Marshall, 7 October 1969
Item 57: Highway Conference, Lexington, Virginia, 9 October 1969
Item 58: Bank of Virginia Banquet, Richmond, Virginia, 10 October 1969
Item 59: Broad Run High School Dedication, Ryan, Loudoun County, 13 October 1969
Item 60: Virginia Nurses' Association, 14 October 1969
Item 61: Yorktown Day Celebration, 19 October 1969
Item 62: Annual Banquet, Virginia Food Dealers Association, Roanoke, Virginia, 19 October 1969
Item 63: World Trade Conference, Welcoming Remarks, 23 October 1969
Item 64: Dedication of North Campus and College Buildings, Virginia Western Community College, Roanoke, 23 October 1969
Item 65: Old Dominion University, 26 October 1969
Item 66: Luncheon for Battle, John Marshall Hotel, 27 October 1969
Item 67: Virginia Education Association, The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 29 October 1969
Item 68: Report to Top Management Luncheon, Chicago, Illinois, 30 October 1969
Item 69: Travel Luncheon, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois, 31 October 1969
Item 70: Greetings to the Council of State Directors of Community Colleges, The Hilton Inn, Williamsburg, Virginia, 10 November 1969
Item 71: Report to Top Management Luncheon, The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York, 20 November 1969
Item 72: Travel Luncheon, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, New York, 21 November 1969
Item 73: 350th Anniversary, First Thanksgiving, Berkeley Plantation, 23 November 1969
Item 74: Culpeper High School Dedication, 7 December 1969
Item 75: Governor's Christmas Message, 9 December 1969
Item 76: Southern Surgical Association, Hot Springs, Virginia, 9 December 1969
Item 77: School for the Deaf and the Blind, Staunton, Virginia, 11 December 1969
Item 78: Centennial of Central State Hospital, Hospital Cafeteria, Petersburg, Virginia, 17 December 1969
Item 79: Tree-Lighting Ceremony, Capitol Portico, 18 December 1969
Item 80: Four-Year Review, News Conference, 29 December 1969
Subseries 7: Speeches, 1970
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Item 81: Budget Preview, 10 January 1970
Item 82: Address to the General Assembly, Addenda to the Address, 14 January 1970
Item 83: Presenting The Honorable Colgate W. Darden, Jr., on the occasion of the Dedication of the Henry Clay Hofheimer, II Library, Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, Virginia, 5 March 1970
Item 84: Virginia State Chamber of Commerce Banquet, Chamberlin Hotel, 6 May 1970
Item 85: Annual Meeting of the Virginia Bankers Association, 25 May 1970
Item 86: Excerpts from Remarks at the Joint Meeting of Richmond Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, John Marshall Hotel, 1 June 1970
Item 87: W. T. Woodson High School Commencement Exercises, 8 June 1970
Item 88: Homer L. Ferguson High School Commencement Exercises, 14 June 1970
Item 89: Suffolk-Nansemond County Chamber of Commerce Presentation of Economic Study Report by Virginia Electric and Power Company, 30 June 1970
Item 90: July 4th Celebration, South Portico of State Capitol, Richmond, 4 July 1970
Item 91: Virginia Manufacturers Association, Williamsburg on "Building the Foundations of Progress for the Commonwealth", 25 September 1970
Item 92: Masonic Night, Lynchburg, Virginia, 30 September 1970
Item 93: Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, Waynesboro, 5 October 1970
Item 94: Lord Fairfax Community College Dedication, 17 October 1970
Item 95: Virginia Highlands Community college Dedication, 24 October 1970
Item 96: Court Street United Methodist Church, Lynchburg, 25 October 1970
Item 97: University of Richmond Law School Phi Delta Phi, 12 November 1970
Item 98: Dedication of the Suffolk-Nansemond County Armory, 15 November 1970
Item 99: United Community Funds and Councils of Virginia, Richmond, 1 December 1970
Item 100: Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, Virginia, 8 December 1970
Subseries 8: Speeches, 1971
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Item 101: Advisory Committee of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Williamsburg, Virginia, 9 January 1971
Item 102: Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, Altavista, 13 January 1971
Item 103: Lumber Manufacturers' Association of Virginia, Inc., Williamsburg, Virginia, 16 January 1971
Item 104: Williamsburg Jaycees' Annual Outstanding Young Man/Bosses Night, Williamsburg, Virginia, 19 January 1971
Item 105: Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, Jacksonville, Florida, 4 February 1971
Item 106: Annual Meeting of the Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, Petersburg, Virginia, 10 February 1971
Item 107: First Citizens Award Presentation, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 26 February 1971
Item 108: Roy Smith Testimonial Dinner, Petersburg, Virginia, 29 March 1971
Item 109: Richmond First Club, Richmond, Virginia, 8 April 1971
Item 110: Annual Luncheon of the Cobbs Hall Chapter, DAR, Lancaster, Virginia, 13 April 1971
Item 111: Patrick County Consolidated High School Dedication, 25 April 1971
Item 112: Madison College, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1 May 1971
Item 113: Virginia Conference, Bank Administration Institute, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1 May 1971
Item 114: Tenth Anniversary Celebration, Patrick Henry Boys Plantation, Brookneal, Virginia, 15 May 1971
Item 115: Northern Virginia Realtors, Washington-Hilton Hotel, 21 May 1971
Item 116: Tidewater Virginia Realtors, Lake Wright Motor Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia, 26 May 1971
Item 117: Fork Union Military Academy, Fork Union, Virginia, 29 May 1971
Item 118: Richmond Rotary-Lions Clubs, 1 June 1971
Item 119: Western Branch High School Commencement Exercises, 6 June 1971
Item 120: Woodbridge High School Commencement Exercises, 11 June 1971
Item 121: John Tyler Community College Commencement Richmond, Virginia, 12 June 1971
Item 122: Christopher Newport College, Newport News, Virginia, 12 June 1971
Item 123: Independence Day Address, Monticello, Charlottesville, 5 July 1971
Item 124: Sherwood Armory, Richmond, Virginia, 10 July 1971
Item 125: Godwin Junior High School Dedication, Dale City, Virginia, 8 August 1971
Item 126: Godwin Junior High School Dedication, Dale City, Virginia, 8 August 1971
Item 127: Public Relations Award Dinner, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 10 September 1971
Item 128: Virginia Municipal League, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 14 September 1971
Item 129: Louise Obici Memorial Hospital, Suffolk, Virginia, 19 September 1971
Item 130: Manassas Water Supply Dedication, Manassas, Virginia, 26 September 1971
Item 131: Dedication of the John H. Daniel Campus, Southside Community College, Keysville, Virginia, 6 October 1971
Item 132: Virginia Association of Realtors, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, 8 October 1971
Item 133: Dedication of the South Campus, Rappahannock Community College, Glenns, Virginia, 9 October 1971
Item 134: Remarks by Daniel C. Lewis, Chairman, State Board for Community College, Dedication of Germanna Community College, 17 October 1971
Item 135: Dedication of the Rochester Corporation's New Wire Mill, Culpeper, Virginia, 22 October 1971
Item 136: Gordon Avenue Branch, McIntire Public Library, Charlottesville, 4 November 1971
Folder 137: Annual Meeting, Charlottesville-Albemarle Chamber of Commerce, Charlottesville, Virginia, 4 November 1971
Item 138: Dedication of the New River Community College, Dublin, Virginia, 7 November 1971
Item 139: Virginia Association of Counties, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 8 November 1971
Item 140: Virginia Hospital Association, Williamsburg, Virginia, 11 November 1971
Item 141: Roanoke Valley Industries, Roanoke, Virginia, 15 November 1971
Item 142: Farm-City Luncheon, Norfolk Chamber of Commerce Norfolk, Virginia, 16 November 1971
Item 143: Testimonial Dinner for State Senator Garland Gray, Petersburg, Virginia, 8 December 1971
Subseries 9: Speeches, 1972
43 items.
Box 19
Item 144: Norfolk Jaycees' Annual outstanding Young Man/Bosses Night, Norfolk, Virginia, 12 January 1972
Item 145: Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, Marion, Virginia, 20 January 1972
Item 146: Annual Meeting, Builders' Exchange of Richmond, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 31 January 1972
Item 147: Men's Club -- Ladies Night, Centenary Methodist Church, Bennetts Creek, Virginia, 15 February 1972
Item 148: Annual Honors Convocation, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia, 16 February 1972
Item 149: Society of Professional Engineers, Admiralty Motel, Norfolk, Virginia, 25 February 1972
Item 150: Spring Retreat -- Board of Laity, Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church, Blackstone, Virginia, 18 March 1972
Item 151: Richmond Traffic Club, Industry Night, Hotel John Marshall, 20 March 1972
Item 152: Friends of Agriculture, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 4 April 1972
Item 153: VEPCO Economic Study Presentation, Isle of Wight County, Windsor, Virginia, 5 April 1972
Item 154: Virginia Section, International City Managers Association, Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 4 May 1972
Item 155: Dedication of Godwin Hall, Madison College, Harrisonburg, 6 May 1972
Item 156: Tidewater Association of Home Builders, Admiralty Motel, Norfolk, Virginia, 9 May 1972
Item 157: Commencement Address, Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, 3 June 1972
Item 158: Commencement Address, Elmira College, Elmira, New York, 4 June 1972
Item 159: Commencement Address, North Cross School, Roanoke, Virginia, 7 June 1972
Item 160: Norfolk Cosmopolitan Club, Ranch House, Norfolk, Virginia, 15 June 1972
Item 161: Virginia Highway Users Association, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 24 June 1972
Item 162: Big Walker Mountain Tunnel, Wytheville, Virginia, 29 June 1972
Item 163: Annual Meeting, Federal Land Bank Association, Nansemond-Suffolk Armory, Suffolk, Virginia, 6 September 1972
Item 164: Southside Electric Cooperatives, Crewe, Virginia, 9 September 1972
Item 165: Dedication of Freedom Shrine, Exchange Club of Nansemond-Suffolk, Suffolk High School, 18 September 1972
Item 166: Richmond Chapter, National Association of Accountants, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 21 September 1972
Item 167: Highway Week Breakfast, Marriott Twin Bridges, Arlington, Virginia, 27 September 1972
Item 168: Virginia Nursing Home Association, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 3 October 1972
Item 169: Home Builders Association of Richmond, Father McDonald Columbian Center, Pump Road, Richmond, Virginia, 4 October 1972
Item 170: Annual Banquet, Commissioners of the Revenue Association, Williamsburg Colony, Williamsburg, Virginia, 5 October 1972
Item 171: Testimonial Dinner in Honor of Congressman Downing, Cavalier Hotel, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 6 October 1972
Item 172: Forum Club, Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia, 16 October 1972
Item 173: Fraternal Order of Police Association, John Marshall Hotel, 19 October 1972
Item 174: Dedication Service, Southampton Academy, Courtland, Virginia, 22 October 1972
Item 175: Dedication of Hermitage High School, Henrico County, 29 October 1972
Item 176: Virginia Food Dealers Association Annual Banquet, Roanoke, Virginia, 29 October 1972
Item 177: Outline of speech given at University of Richmond Nixon Rally, 1 November 1972
Item 178: Outline of speech given at University of Richmond Nixon Rally, 1 November 1972
Item 179: Introduction of John B. Connally at Luncheon for Nixon Preliminary Remarks, 2 November 1972
Item 180: Virginia Association of Professions, Williamsburg, Virginia, 4 November 1972
Item 181: Dedication of New Medical and Nursing Buildings, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 10 November 1972
Item 182: Park Place United Methodist church, Norfolk, Virginia, 15 November 1972
Item 183: Westhaven Baptist Church, Portsmouth, Virginia, 15 November 1972
Item 184: Hampton Roads Retired Officers Association, Little Creek, 17 November 1972
Item 185: Great Lakes to Florida Highway Association, Hillsville, Virginia, 21 November 1972
Item 186: Holland District Ruritan Convention, Cavalier Hotel, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1 December 1972
Item 187: Virginia Road Builders Association Aboard M/S Skyward, 8 December 1972
Subseries 10: Speeches, 1973
38 items.
Box 19
Item 188: Annual Meeting of the Covington-Alleghany County Chamber of Commerce, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 7 February 1973
Item 189: Announcement of candidacy for governorship in November election, 10 February 1973
Item 190: Annual Banquet of the Williamsburg-James City County Chamber of Commerce, Williamsburg, Virginia, 20 February 1973
Item 191: Hardware Association of the Virginias Annual Convention, Williamsburg, Virginia, 20 February 1973
Item 192: Engineers Week Banquet, Alexandria, Virginia, 24 February 1973
Item 193: Richmond Kiwanis Club, John Marshall Hotel, 5 March 1973
Item 194: Statement made regarding Republican Party support welcomed and acceptance of their nomination or endorsement, if so tendered at the convention in June, 5 March 1973
Item 195: Tribute to Jay Johns, Commonwealth Club, 7 March 1973
Item 196: Annual Meeting of the Lexington-Rockbridge County Chamber of Commerce, 13 March 1973
Item 197: Luray Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet, 16 March 1973
Item 198: Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, 18 March 1973
Item 199: Circle K Kiwanis Club, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 24 March 1973
Item 200: Fiftieth Anniversary Luncheon of the Organized Women Voters of Arlington County, Washington Golf and Country Club, 30 March 1973
Item 201: Virginia Dairy Products Association, Sheraton Motor Inn, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 3 April 1973
Item 202: Annual Stockholders' Meeting, Farmville Production Credit Association and Federal Land Bank Association of Farmville, Farmville Armory, 5 April 1973
Item 203: Virginia Water Pollution Control Association Annual Meeting, The Sheraton Motor Inn, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 16 April 1973
Item 204: Third Commonwealth Air Pollution Control Workshop and Exhibit, The Mariner Resort Motor Inn, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 19 April 1973
Item 205: Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, Portsmouth, Virginia, 27 April 1973
Item 206: The Cardinal Society, The Quality Inn, Arlington, Virginia, 12 May 1973
Item 207: West Richmond Businessmen's Association, The Holiday Inn-Robin Hood Road, Richmond, Virginia, 14 May 1973
Item 208: Lynchburg Home Builders Association of Central Virginia, Lynchburg, Virginia, 16 May 1973
Item 209: Virginia Bankers Association, Skyland, 19 May 1973
Item 210: Virginia Retail Merchants Association, The Ingleside, Staunton, Virginia, 21 May 1973
Item 211: Norfolk and Virginia Beach Boards of Realtors, Lake Wright Motel, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23 May 1973
Item 212: Commencement Address, Sullins College, Bristol, Virginia, 26 May 1973
Item 213: Godwin for Governor News Release concerning speech to the Glendale Ruritan Club in eastern Henrico County quoting his remarks, 27 May 1973
Item 214: Commencement Address, Hampden-Sydney College, 3 June 1973
Item 215: Republican State Convention, 9 June 1973
Item 216: Godwin for Governor News Release concerning speech to the Tidewater Community College quoting his remarks, 10 June 1973
Item 217: Richmond Jaycees, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 19 June 1973
Item 218: Henrico Republican Picnic State Fair Grounds, 4 July 1973
Item 219: Press Conference Announcement, Young Virginians for Godwin, 10 July 1973
Item 220: Lumber Manufacturers Association of Virginia, The Mariner, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 14 July 1973
Item 221: Builders and Contractors Association, Northern Virginia Chapter, Rosslyn Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, 17 July 1973
Item 222: National Press Club, Washington, D. C., 27 July 1973
Item 223: Kiwanis Club, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 17 August 1973
Item 224: Campaign Headquarters Opening, 20 August 1973
Item 225: Young Bankers of Virginia, Bankers Association Fredericksburg, Sheraton Motor Inn, 28 September 1973
Subseries 11: Speeches, 1974
138 items.
Box 20
Item 1: Statement by Governor-Elect Mills E. Godwin, Jr. concerning the consolidation of the cities of Suffolk and Nansemond; also remarks, 2 January 1974
Item 2: Virginia Associated Press Newspapers, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 4 January 1974
Item 3: Inaugural Address, 12 January 1974
Item 4: Address to the General Assembly, 14 January 1974
Item 5: Agribusiness Appreciation Dinner, Hotel John Marshall, 16 January 1974
Item 6: Brown and Root Plant Announcement Luncheon, America House, Cape Charles, Virginia, 17 January 1974
Item 7: Dedication at Norfolk Regional Airport, Norfolk, Virginia, 18 January 1974
Item 8: 39th Annual Awards Dinner, The Touchdown Club of Washington, Washington, D. C., 19 January 1974
Item 9: Keep Virginia Beautiful, Inc., Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, 23 January 1974
Item 10: Introduction of Governor Ronald Reagan, Marriott Twin Bridges, 24 January 1974
Item 11: Dedication of Lancaster County High School, Lancaster, Virginia, 26 January 1974
Item 12: Dinner Honoring George Rich, 11 February 1974
Item 13: Sons of the American Revolution, 23 February 1974
Item 14: Wreath Laying, Rotunda, State Capitol (made by Lieutenant Governor), 23 February 1974
Item 15: 35th Annual Southern Safety Conference, 4 March 1974
Item 16: Introduction of The Honorable John B. Connally, Lincoln Day Dinner, Hotel John Marshall, 9 March 1974
Item 17: Final Message to the General Assembly, 9 March 1974
Item 18: Welcome to The National Society of Professional Engineers, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 28 March 1974
Item 19: Phi Beta Kappa Dinner (made by Jack Davis, Governor's Executive Assistant), 28 March 1974
Item 20: Transfer of Federal Lands Ceremony, State Capitol, 29 March 1974
Item 21: State Employees Savings Bond Drive, 4 April 1974
Item 22: Rotary Club Luncheon, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 5 April 1974
Item 23: School of Administrators, Hotel Roanoke, 9 April 1974
Item 24: Friends of Industry of Agriculture Annual Dinner, Valle's Restaurant, Richmond, Virginia, 9 April 1974
Item 25: Southern Speech Communications Association, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 10 April 1974
Item 26: Briefing on the Federal Budget, Mid-Atlantic Federal Regional Council, State Capitol, 16 April 1974
Item 27: Shad Planking, Wakefield, Virginia, 17 April 1974
Item 28: Model General Assembly, House Chambers, 18 April 1974
Item 29: School of Business Administration, 25th Anniversary Dinner, University of Richmond Campus, Keller Hall, 19 April 1974
Item 30: Woodburn Center for Community Mental Health Dedication, Annandale, Virginia, 20 April 1974
Item 31: Introduction of George Romney, Richard Area Community Council and Kiwanis Club of Richmond, Roof Garden, Hotel John Marshall, 22 April 1974
Item 32: Export Award Luncheon, Robertshaw Controls Company, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 24 April 1974
Item 33: Kiwanis International, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 24 April 1974
Item 34: Kiwanis Club Ladies Night, Luray, Virginia, 25 April 1974
Item 35: Probation and Parole Staff, Holiday Inn, West, 1 May 1974
Item 36: Virginia Federation of Republican Women, Holiday Inn-Crossroads, Richmond, Virginia, 4 May 1974
Item 37: Law Day, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 4 May 1974
Item 38: Notes for State Agency Luncheon, 6 May 1974
Item 39: Southern Regional Conference of Attorneys General, Nick's Seafood Pavillion, Yorktown, Virginia, 7 May 1974
Item 40: State Chamber of Commerce, Golden Anniversary Banquet, Hotel John Marshall, 9 May 1974
Item 41: Christening of Menhaden Boats, Northumberland and Lancaster, Zapata Haynie Corporation, Reedville, Virginia, 11 May 1974
Item 42: Bank Administration Institute, Virginia Conference, Sheraton Inn, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 11 May 1974
Item 43: Special News Conference - Acceptance of Caledon, 13 May 1974
Item 44: Quarterly Meeting, Richmond Academy of Medicine, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 14 May 1974
Item 45: Annual Banquet, Committee for Dulles, Sheraton Convention Center, Reston, Virginia, 15 May 1974
Item 46: Commencement Address, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond Colliseum, Richmond, Virginia, 18 May 1974
Item 47: Southside Pharmaceutical Association, King of Sea Restaurant, Danville, Virginia, 18 May 1974
Item 48: Virginia Automobile Dealers Association, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 20 May 1974
Item 49: Virginia Beach Sheraton Inn Opening, 21 May 1974
Item 50: Virginia National Bank-Manassas National, Manassas, Virginia, 23 May 1974
Item 51: Association of the United States Army, Virginia Peninsula Chapter, Fort Monroe, 23 May 1974
Item 53: Bridgewater College Commencement, Bridgewater, Virginia, 26 May 1974
Item 52: State Agency Auxiliary, 24 May 1974
Item 54: Bridgewater College Commencement, Bridgewater, Virginia, 26 May 1974
Item 55: Sheriffs 1974 Jail Management Conference, Sheraton-Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 28 May 1974
Item 56: Annual Banquet, Virginia Chapter American Society for Public Administration, Holiday Inn-Airport, Richmond, Virginia, 29 May 1974
Item 57: Retirement Luncheon - L. M. Kuhn, Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia, 10 June 1974
Item 58: Agency Head Meeting, 11 June 1974
Item 59: Virginia Bankers Association, 81st Annual Convention, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 15 June 1974
Item 60: Introduction of Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Chicken Festival, Crewe, Virginia, 21 June 1974
Item 61: Opening Session, VFW Convention, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 21 June 1974
Item 62: Lynchburg Foundry-Archer Creek, Campbell County, 26 June 1974
Item 63: EXPO '74, Open Air Theatre, 28 June 1974
Item 64: Chamber of Commerce, EXPO '74, 28 June 1974
Item 65: Virginia Day, EXPO '74, Formal Dinner, 28 June 1974
Item 66: Volvo Groundbreaking Ceremony, Chesapeake, Virginia, 2 July 1974
Item 67: Swearing-in Ceremony, U. S. Navy, Virginia Company, State Capitol, 10 July 1974
Item 68: Dedication of Bicentennial Center and Museum, Alexandria, Virginia, 11 July 1974
Item 69: Welcoming Remarks, American Peanut Research and Education Association, Hilton 1776 Inn, Williamsburg, Virginia, 15 July 1974
Item 70: The Virginia Bar Association Meeting, Introduction of Vice-President Ford, The Homestead, 20 July 1974
Item 71: Statement in support of Interstate 66, Office of Senator William L. Scott, Washington, D. C., 29 July 1974
Item 72: Introduction of Sir Peter Ramsbotham, British Ambassador to the United States, First Assembly Day at Jamestown, 31 July 1974
Item 73: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, The Homestead, 2 August 1974
Item 74: Virginia Clerks Association, Hilton Inn 1776, Williamsburg, Virginia, 9 August 1974
Item 75: Local Government officials Conference, University of Virginia, Institute of Government, Newcomb Hall, Charlottesville, Virginia, 26 August 1974
Item 76: AAA Pedestrian Safety Awards Luncheon, Richmond Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 3 September 1974
Item 77: Remarks at the Reconvening of the First Continental Congress, Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 5-6 September 1974
Item 78: Remarks as President of First Continental Congress, Re-enactment, Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 5 September 1974
Item 79: Remarks as Chairman of the First Continental Congress 1974 Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 6 September 1974
Item 80: Adjournment of First Continental Congress Re-enactment, Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, 6 September 1974
Item 81: Recognition Dinner for Chief Justice Snead, Hotel John Marshall, 6 September 1974
Item 82: Rural Area Development Session, Southern Governors' Conference, 9 September 1974
Item 83: Virginia's Corrections Program, Lakeway-World of Tennis, Texas Meeting, Southern Governors' Conference, 10 September 1974
Item 84: UGF Kickoff for State of Virginia Employees, 16 September 1974
Item 85: Southeastern Regional Conference, American Public Welfare Association, New Cavalier, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 18 September 1974
Item 86: Richmond Bar Association, Hotel John Marshall, Marshall Room, 19 September 1974
Item 87: Jefferson Awards Banquet, John Marshall Hotel Richmond, Virginia, 20 September 1974
Item 88: Virginia Municipal League, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 22 September 1974
Item 89: Dedication of New Buildings, Petersburg Training School and Hospital, 25 September 1974
Item 90: Virginia School Boards Association, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 27 September 1974
Item 91: Halftime - VPI, Blacksburg, Virginia, 28 September 1974
Item 92: Governor's Day, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, 28 September 1974
Item 93: United Givers Fund Kick-Off, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 30 September 1974
Item 94: "Operation Independence" Hearings, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1 October 1974
Item 95: Dedication of William F. Stone Building, Patrick Henry Community College, Martinsville, Virginia, 2 October 1974
Item 96: Virginia Petroleum Jobbers Association, Cavalier Oceanfront, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 7 October 1974
Item 97: Inauguration of Frank L. Hereford, Jr., University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 9 October 1974
Item 98: 26th Annual Virginia Conference on World Trade, Sheraton Inn, Reston, Virginia, 10 October 1974
Item 99: Completion of Sanger Hall and Tompkins McCaw Library, Medical College of Virginia of VCU, Richmond, Virginia, 11 October 1974
Item 100: Second Annual Historic, Appomattox Railroad Festival, Appomattox, Virginia, 12 October 1974
Item 101: Second Annual Historic Appomattox Railroad Festival, Falling River Country Club, Appomattox, Virginia, 12 October 1974
Item 102: Dedication of Phase II Buildings, Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Virginia (Mr. Maurice B. Rowe, Governor's Secretary of Administration and Finance, gave this speech) 1, 6 October 1974
Item 103: Dairymen, Inc., Southeast Division, Barter Theatre (speech given by Mr. Mason Carbaugh, Director of the Department of Agriculture and Commerce), 17 October 1974
Item 104: Order of the White Jacket, William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Virginia, 17 October 1974
Item 105: Site Dedication, DMV Headquarters Building, Richmond, 18 October 1974
Item 106: Dedication of Gray Court, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, 18 October 1974
Item 107: Dedication of Eastern Shore Community College, Melfa, Virginia, 19 October 1974
Item 108: Governors' Awards Banquet, Hotel Chamberlin (speech given by Lieutenant Governor John N. Dalton on behalf of the governor), 19 October 1974
Item 109: Introduction of Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Virginia State Chamber of Commerce and Virginia Farm Bureau Stop Inflation Now Conference, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 23 October 1974
Item 110: Script of Personnel Filming, 23 October 1974
Item 111: Symposium, Public-Private Higher Education in Virginia, Martha Washington Inn, Abingdon, Virginia, 24 October 1974
Item 112: Highway Conference, 24 October 1974
Item 113: Kenneth Robinson Rally, 1 November 1974
Item 114: Dedication of J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Richmond, Virginia, 2 November 1974
Item 115: Tidewater Virginia Billy Graham Crusade, Hampton Roads Coliseum, 3 November 1974
Item 116: Travel Reception, Hemisphere Club, Time-Life Building, Rockefeller Center, New York, New York, 6 November 1974
Item 117: Twenty-Third Annual Report to Top Management Luncheon, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, New York, 7 November 1974
Item 118: Governor's Conference on Energy, Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 8 November 1974
Item 119: Thomas Nelson Community College, Hampton, Virginia, 10 November 1974
Item 120: "Financing Industrial Growth in Virginia", Annual Meeting Southern Growth Policies Board, Atlanta, Georgia, 13 November 1974
Item 121: Dedication of Reynolds Recycling Plant, Williamsburg, Virginia, 15 November 1974
Item 122: Scottish Rite Banquet, Staunton, Virginia, 16 November 1974
Item 123: Report to Agriculture and Business Dinner, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Suffolk, National Guard Armory, 18 November 1974
Item 124: Retreat for State Agency Heads, Airlie, Warrenton, Virginia, 18 November 1974
Item 125: Virginia Accreditation Seminar, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 20 November 1974
Item 126: Dedication of F & M Center, Richmond, Virginia (plus suggested beginning of F & M speech for governor's disposal), 20 November 1974
Item 127: Virginia Consumers Conference, Hyatt House, Richmond, 21 November 1974
Item 128: Annual Meeting, The Virginia League for Planned Parenthood, The Richmond Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 22 November 1974
Item 129: Joint Meeting of Newport News Kiwanis Club and Newport News Rotary Club, Jefferson Avenue Holiday Inn, Newport News, Virginia, 26 November 1974
Item 130: Dedication Fauquier County Court and Office Building, Warrenton, Virginia, 8 December 1974
Item 131: Introduction of FBI Director, Clarence M. Kelley, 9 December 1974
Item 132: Driver Improvement Program Lunch, Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 9 December 1974
Item 133: Governor Dunn Appreciation Dinner, Memphis Auditorium, Memphis, Tennessee, 10 December 1974
Item 134: Annual Convention, Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 10 December 1974
Item 135: Colon Club Breakfast, 13 December 1974
Item 136: Dedication of Memorial Highway Marker of Robert F. Baldwin Toll Booth, Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 14 December 1974
Item 137: Launching of "Virginia", Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, 14 December 1974
Item 138: Christmas Tree Lighting, State Capitol, 18 December 1974
Item 139: Dedication East River Mountain Tunnel, Bluefield, West Virginia, 20 December 1974
Subseries 12: Speeches, 1975
114 Items
Box 21
Item 1: Deans and Dental Examiners, Williamsburg, Virginia, 4 January 1975
Item 2: Richmond Kiwanis Club, Richmond, Virginia, 6 January 1975
Item 3: Address to the General Assembly, 8 January 1975
Item 4: Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce, Roanoke, Virginia, 9 January 1975
Item 5: Keep Virginia Beautiful, John Marshall Hotel, 14 January 1975
Item 6: The Industry Relations Committee Conference on Virginia Industry Job Training and Employment of the Deaf, Richmond, Virginia, 15 January 1975
Item 7: Introduction of Herman E. Talmadge, Georgia U. S. Senator, Agri-Business Appreciation Banquet, John Marshall Hotel, 15 January 1975
Item 8: Virginia Association of Colleges, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 17 January 1975
Item 9: Bayside Hospital Dedication, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 19 January 1975
Item 10: Conference on Stimulating Local Economy through Public Service Employment, Hotel John Marshall, 5 February 1975
Item 11: National Bicentennial Debates Award Banquet, Williamsburg Conference Center, 7 February 1975
Item 12: Closing Speech to General Assembly, 22 February 1975
Item 13: Staunton-Augusta County Chamber of Commerce, Ingleside Red Carpet Inn, Staunton, Virginia, 18 March 1975
Item 14: "Cost of Electricity" - Governor's TV Address, 19 March 1975
Item 15: Savings Bond Drive Kick-Off, Highway Auditorium, Richmond, Virginia, 27 March 1975
Item 16: Shenandoah Valley Travel Association, Winchester, Virginia, 27 March 1975
Item 17: Challenge for Highway Safety, 1 April 1975
Item 18: Retirement Dinner, Colonel E. P. Gill, Chief of Police, Chesterfield County, Cloverhill High School, 1 April 1975
Item 19: Joint Session of Model General Assembly, State Capitol, 3 April 1975
Item 20: Dedication of Virginia Beach Campus, Tidewater Community College, 6 April 1975
Item 21: Annual Joint Dinner Meeting, Peninsula Rotary Clubs, Chamberlin Hotel, 10 April 1975
Item 22: Inauguration of Prince B. Woodard, President of Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 11 April 1975
Item 23: Virginia Electoral Board Association, Sheraton Motor Inn, Richmond, Virginia, 19 April 1975
Item 24: Conference on Volunteerism, Holiday Inn West, Richmond, Virginia, 19 April 1975
Item 25: Dedication Southeastern Virginia Training Center for the Mentally Retarded, Chesapeake, Virginia, 23 April 1975
Item 26: Credit Union Convention, John Marshall Hotel, 25 April 1975
Item 27: Dedication Science Building, Madison College, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 26 April 1975
Item 28: Introduction of Senatory Henry Bellmon, Commonwealth Day Dinner, Marriott Twin Bridges Motel, 26 April 1975
Item 29: State Conference on Gerontology, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 28 April 1975
Item 30: Farmville Chamber of Commerce, Wedgewood Country Club, 28 April 1975
Item 31: Harvard Club of Virginia, Windsor House, Richmond, Virginia, 30 April 1975
Item 32: Buckingham County Day, Buckingham County High School, 3 May 1975
Item 33: State Agency Luncheon, 5 May 1975
Item 34: Senior Citizens Day, Richmond Coliseum, 6 May 1975
Item 35: Senior Citizens Day, Richmond Coliseum, 6 May 1975
Item 36: Cornerstone Laying, Yorktown Bicentennial Center, 10 May 1975
Item 37: Commencement, old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, 11 May 1975
Item 38: Babcock and Wilcox Addition, 13 May 1975
Item 39: President's Reception, Martinsville-Henry Chamber of Commerce, Martinsville, Virginia, 13 May 1975
Item 40: Fund Raising Luncheon MCV Cancer Center, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 14 May 1975
Item 41: Judicial Conference of Virginia, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 22 May 1975
Item 42: Commencement, Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, Virginia, 24 May 1975
Item 43: Joint Dinner Meeting, State Board of Health and Comprehensive Health Planning Council, 27 May 1975
Item 44: Mocha Temple #7 Regional Gala Day Celebration, 29 May 1975
Item 45: Saint Luke's Church, 31 May 1975
Item 46: Commencement, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, Virginia, 1 June 1975
Item 47: Operation Sail, Aircraft Carrier John F. Kennedy, 13 June 1975
Item 48: Virginia Bankers Association, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 14 June 1975
Item 49: Dedication Botetourt Courthouse, 14 June 1975
Item 50: Culpeper Bicentennial Commission, Culpeper, Virginia, 20 June 1975
Item 51: I-66 Hearing, Washington, D. C., 21 June 1975
Item 52: Appreciation Dinner for Dr. Mack I. Shanholtz, Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia, 23 June 1975
Item 53: Fraternal Order of Eagles, 68th Annual Convention, 3rd and Marshall Streets, Richmond, Virginia, 27 June 1975
Item 54: Dedication of New Headquarters, Koger Executive Center, Three Chopt Road and Forest Avenue, Henrico County, Virginia, 11 July 1975
Item 55: Home Builders Association of Virginia, Cavalier Oceanfront, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 12 July 1975
Item 56: Comments to House Appropriations Committee, 14 July 1975
Item 57: Opening Ceremonies, Ribbon Cutting I-195, 15 July 1975
Item 58: Farewell Dinner, Governor's School for the Gifted, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 18 July 1975
Item 59: Truck Association Executive Council, Williamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg, Virginia, 21 July 1975
Item 60: Meeting of Byrd Memorial Finance Committee, 22 July 1975
Item 61: PBX International Convention, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 24 July 1975
Item 62: First Assembly Day, Jamestown, 29 July 1975
Item 63: Southern Legislative Conference, Council of State Governments, State Dinner, Conference Center, Colonial Williamsburg, 31 July 1975
Item 64: Conference of Chief Justices and State Court Administrators, The Homestead, 4 August 1975
Item 65: Second Annual Virginia Aviation Conference, The Homestead, 22 August 1975
Item 66: Annual Safety Awards Luncheon, Richmond Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 9 September 1975
Item 67: Annual Fall Conference, Education Association, Rehabilitative School Authority, 11 September 1975
Item 68: 25th Anniversary Dinner, Ashland Volunteer Rescue Squad, Ashland War Memorial Building, 12 September 1975
Item 69: Southern Governors Conference, 17 September 1975
Item 70: Thomas Jefferson Awards Banquet, Old Dominion Chapter Public Relations Society of America, U. S. Navy Station Commissioned Officers Mess, Norfolk, Virginia, 18 September 1975
Item 71: Remarks to the News Media on the Budget, 19 September 1975
Item 72: Bill Tuck Day, Halifax Fairgrounds, Stew Luncheon, 20 September 1975
Item 73: Virginia Municipal League, Norfolk, Virginia, 22 September 1975
Item 74: Dedication of Clarence Johnston Robinson Hall, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, 24 September 1975
Item 75: United Way Kick-Off, Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Highways Auditorium, 24 September 1975
Item 76: Peter Muhlenberg Day, Woodstock, Virginia, 1 October 1975
Item 77: Conference on Law-related Education, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 3 October 1975
Item 78: Scottish Rite Council Dinner, Stouffer's National Center Inn, Arlington, Virginia, 4 October 1975
Item 79: Regional Directors for Spruce Up Virginia, Philip Morris Plant, Richmond, Virginia, 7 October 1975
Item 80: First Virginia Conference on Local Environmental Management, Hotel John Marshall, 9 October 1975
Item 81: Order of The White Jacket, Williamsburg, Virginia, 9 October 1975
Item 82: Dedication of The Tidewater Occupational Center, Suffolk, Virginia, 14 October 1975
Item 83: Suffolk Bicentennial, Peanut Park, 14 October 1975
Item 84: Virginia Section, American Water Works Association, Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 15 October 1975
Item 85: Fredericksburg Bicentennial Celebration, George Washington Hall, Mary Washington College, 15 October 1975
Item 86: Inauguration of Dr. William E. Lavery, President Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, 16 October 1975
Item 87: Fifth Annual Festival of Leaves, Front Royal, Virginia, 18 October 1975
Item 88: Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 20 October 1975
Item 89: Retired Teachers Association, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 22 October 1975
Item 90: Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, Doubleday and Company, Inc., Orange, Virginia, 22 October 1975
Item 91: Remarks made on the occasion of the visit of Lord Lothian, Chairman of the British Bicentennial Liaison Committee to Yorktown and Williamsburg, 23 October 1975
Item 92: Economic Development Institute Briefing, State Capitol, 24 October 1975
Item 93: Annual Awards Banquet, Virginia Wildlife Federation, Mariner Resort Motel Inn, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 25 October 1975
Item 94: Dedication of P. D. Pruden Vocational Technical Center, Suffolk, Virginia, 26 October 1975
Item 95: Alkaline Pulping Conference of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Williamsburg Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia, 27 October 1975
Item 96: Remarks to Community College President, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, 30 October 1975
Item 97: Inauguration of Kiwanis International Bicentennial Program, Williamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1 November 1975
Item 98: Virginia Day, Capitol Steps, Washington, D. C., 2 November 1975
Item 99: 27th Annual Virginia Woman's Forum, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 7 November 1975
Item 100: Founder's Day Convocation, Virginia Military Institute, 11 November 1975
Item 101: Senator Harry F. Byrd Anniversary Dinner, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 11 November 1975
Item 102: New York Travel Writers, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, 12 November 1975
Item 103: Salute to Top Management, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, 13 November 1975
Item 104: Annual Meeting Virginia Road Builders' Association, Williamsburg, Virginia, 14 November 1975
Item 105: Inauguration of Harrison B. Wilson, Jr., as President of Norfolk State College, Chrysler Hall, Norfolk, Virginia, 23 November 1975
Item 106: Installation of Rev. William M. Everhart, Oakland Christian Church, Chuckatuck, Virginia, 23 November 1975
Item 107: Inauguration of Dr. T. Edward Temple, President of Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, 4 December 1975
Item 108: Commemoration, Battle of Great Bridge, Chesapeake Civic Center, Chesapeake, Virginia, 6 December 1975
Item 109: Groundbreaking, Basic Medical Education Building, Eastern Virginia Medical Authority, Norfolk, Virginia, 9 December 1975
Item 110: Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts Banquet, Sheraton Motor Inn, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 9 December 1975
Item 111: National Conference of Christians and Jews, Brotherhood Citation Dinner, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 10 December 1975
Item 112: Dedication Ceremony Life Insurance Company of Virginia Building at Brookfield, Richmond, Virginia, 11 December 1975
Item 113: Christmas Tree Lighting, State Capitol, 16 December 1975
Item 114: Graduation Exercises, Department of Public Safety, Division of Police, Third Basic Training Academy, Henrico Police Department, 19 December 1975
Item 115: Presentation of the Jimmy Doolittle Fellow Award, Aerospace Education Foundation, Nielson's Restaurant, Richmond, Virginia, 22 December 1975
Subseries 13: Speeches, 1976
140 Items
Box 22
Item 1: Bicentennial, New Hampshire Constitution, Concord, New Hampshire, 5 January 1976
Item 2: Opening of the Ski Slope, Wintergreen Recreational Community, Nelson County, Virginia, 6 January 1976
Item 3: Phyllis Galanti Day, Non-Commissioned Officers' Club, Blackstone, Virginia, 9 January 1976
Item 4: Testimonial Dinner for Steve and Chrysa Sacalis, Sacalis Hall, Newport News, Virginia, 11 January 1976
Item 5: Message to the 1976 General Assembly, State Capitol, 14 January 1976
Item 6: Budget Briefing, House Chambers, State Capitol, 17 January 1976
Item 7: Budget Briefing, House Chambers, State Capitol, 17 January 1976
Item 8: North Wing Dedication, Virginia Museum, 19 January 1976
Item 9: Virginia Council of Churches, Prayer Breakfast, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia, 21 January 1976
Item 10: Testimony before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Agricultural Research and General Legislation of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, 22 January 1976
Item 11: Bicentennial Agribusiness Appreciation Banquet, State Fair Grounds, 24 January 1976.
Item 12: Associated General Contractors, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 26 January 1976
Item 13: Virginia Association of Electric Corporatives, Unsung Virginian Award Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 27 January 1976
Item 14: Association of Virginia Colleges, Richmond Hyatt House Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon, Keep Virginia Beautiful, Inc., John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 28 January 1976
Item 15: Commemorative Session of the General Assembly, House of Burgesses, Williamsburg, Virginia, 31 January 1976
Item 16: Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 5 February 1976
Item 17: National Bicentennial Debates Dinner, Williamsburg, Virginia, 6 February 1976
Item 18: Charter Day Bicentennial Observance, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 7 February 1976
Item 19: Virginia Pharmaceutical Association Dinner, Valle's Restaurant, Richmond, Virginia, 10 February 1976
Item 20: Virginia Governmental Employees Association, Holiday Inn, Richmond, Virginia, 16 February 1976
Item 21: Tastee-Freeze Big T Convention, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 17 February 1976
Item 22: Virginia Society for Professional Engineers, Mount Vernon Inn, Mount Vernon, Virginia, 28 February 1976
Item 23: Opening of New Wing, Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, 29 February 1976
Item 24: Newcomen Society in North America, Dinner, Williamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg, Virginia, 5 March 1976
Item 25: Message from the governor to the House Courts of Justice Committee, 8 March 1976
Item 26: Washington Cathedral, Washington, D. C., 8 March 1976
Item 27: Tobacco, Farm Equipment and Services Exposition, Clarksville, Virginia, 10 March 1976.
Item 28: Address to members of the General Assembly at close of session, 13 March 1976
Item 29: Virginia Trial Lawyers' Association Banquet, Williamsburg, 20 March 1976
Item 30: Savings Bond Drive Meeting, Highway Auditorium Richmond, Virginia, 25 March 1976
Item 31: Second Statewide Conference on Volunteerism, Richmond Hyatt House, 26 March 1976
Item 32: Commonwealth Day Dinner, John Marshall Hotel, 27 March 1976
Item 33: Opening of the Yorktown Victory Center, Yorktown, Virginia, 1 April 1976
Item 34: TODAY Show Filming - Notes, 2 April 1976
Item 35: Corporate Patrons, Tenth Anniversary Party, Virginia Museum, Richmond, Virginia, 3 April 1976
Item 36: Savings Bond Drive Meeting, Highway Auditorium Richmond, Virginia, 4 April 1976
Item 37: Eastern Regional Bank Administration Institute Convention, Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, Virginia, 5 April 1976
Item 38: Dedication of the Hollister Incorporated Plant Stuarts Draft, Virginia, 9 April 1976
Item 39: Dedication, Western Virginia Bicentennial Center, Charlottesville, Virginia, 13 April 1976
Item 40: Introduction of Mrs. Francine I. Neff, Treasurer of the United States and National Director, U. S. Savings Bonds Division, University of Virginia Rotunda, 13 April 1976
Item 41: Appreciation Dinner, VMI Keydet Clubs, Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia, 14 April 1976
Item 42: Dedication of the Shenandoah Valley Plant, Johns-Manville Corporation, 15 April 1976
Item 43: Adjutant General Association of the United States, Hospitality House, Williamsburg, Virginia, 19 April 1976
Item 44: DAR Convention, Constitution Hall, Washington, D. C., 19 April 1976
Item 45: Opening of Bicentennial Observances, Stratford Hall Plantation, Stratford, Virginia, 25 April 1976
Item 46: Dedication of Hon Industries Plant, Chesterfield County Building, 28 April 1976
Item 47: Masonic Bicentennial Observance, The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 29 April 1976
Item 48: Twenty-eighth National Convention, Widows of World War I, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 30 April 1976
Item 49: Veterans of Foreign Wars, Loyalty Day, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1 May 1976
Item 50: Buckingham County Day, Buckingham County High School, 1 May 1976
Item 51: Virginia Poultry Convention, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 14 May 1976
Item 52: Scotchtown Bicentennial Celebration, 15 May 1976
Item 53: Commencement, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 16 May 1976
Item 54: Welcome to President Valery Giscard d'Estaing, Yorktown, Virginia, 19 May 1976
Item 55: Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Room 3106, Dirkson Senate office Building, Washington, D. C., 20 May 1976
Item 56: Virginia World Trade Day Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, 20 May 1976
Item 57: Introduction of Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Greek Ancestry Dinner, 22 May 1976
Item 58: Mid-Atlantic National Rehabilitation Association Conference, Omni International Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia, 23 May 1976
Item 59: Southeastern Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Williamsburg, 25 May 1976
Item 60: Governor's Council on Transportation, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 28 May 1976
Item 61: Patrick Henry Day, Brookneal, Virginia, 29 May 1976
Item 62: Northumberland County Bicentennial Memorial Service, Northumberland County Courthouse, Heathsville, Virginia, 31 May 1976
Item 63: Southern Region School Boards Association, Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia, 4 June 1976
Item 64: Excerpts from remarks, Republican State Convention, Norfolk, Virginia, 5 June 1976
Item 65: ABC Warehouse Dedication, 9 June 1976
Item 67: Dedication of The Clarendon Bank and Trust Headquarters Building, Arlington, Virginia, 10 June 1976
Item 66: Harry Flood Byrd Memorial Dedication, Capitol Square, 10 June 1976
Item 69: George Mason Lectures, Williamsburg, Virginia, 12 June 1976
Item 70: Mount Vernon High School Commencement, 14 June 1976
Item 71: Southern Regional Education Board, Peachtree Plaza Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, 16 June 1976
Item 72: Dedication of the Mobile Youth Center, Roanoke, Virginia, 19 June 1976
Item 73: Appreciation Dinner for Dr. Leroy Smith, 21 June 1976
Item 74: Virginia Billy Graham Bicentennial Festival of Faith, William and Mary Hall, Williamsburg, Virginia, 24 June 1976
Item 75: Awards Luncheon, Statewide Bicentennial, Patrick Henry Oratorical Contest, Great Hall, William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Virginia, 29 June 1976
Item 76: 200th Anniversary of the Founding of the Commonwealth Massie Building, Fairfax County, 29 June 1976
Item 77: Change of Command Ceremony, Navy Recruiting District, Navy Marine Reserve Center, Richmond, 30 June 1976
Item 78: Ribbon Cutting, Statewide Bicentennial Flower Show, Roanoke Civic Center, 2 July 1976
Item 79: Montgomery County Bicentennial Commemoration, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2 July 1976
Item 80: Dedication of the United States Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, Virginia, 9 July 1976
Item 81: Response by the governor to Queen's Comments, Cabell Hall, University of Virginia, 10 July 1976
Item 82: Dedication of the Mannboro Medical Center Limited, Amelia County, Virginia, 11 July 1976
Item 83: Virginia Bankers Association, Convention at the Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 14 July 1976
Item 84: Pittsylvania Bicentennial Program, Hurt, Virginia, 16 July 1976
Item 85: Kiwanis Clubs of Richmond, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 19 July 1976
Item 86: Virginia's Spruce Up Campaign Luncheon, Reynolds Wrap Distribution Center, Richmond, Virginia, 20 July 1976
Item 87: Southeastern Aviation Trades Association, The Hospitality House, Williamsburg, Virginia, 22 July 1976
Item 88: Southern Regional Education Board, Legislative Work Conference, Annapolis Hilton Inn, Annapolis, Maryland, 29 July 1976
Item 89: Introduction of Colgate Darden, First Assembly Day, Jamestown, Virginia, 30 July 1976
Item 90: Speech seconding nomination of President Ford, Republican National Convention, Kansas City, 18 August 1976
Item 91: Southern Governors' Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia Opening Remarks, 30 August 1976
Item 92: Report on Southern Regional Education Board, Southern Governors' Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1 September 1976
Item 93: Dedication Greenville Memorial Hospital Addition, Emporia, Virginia, 7 September 1976
Item 94: Annual Safety Awards Luncheon, 9 September 1976
Item 95: Presentation of Silver Service Commissioning Ceremony, U. S. S. Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia, 11 September 1976
Item 96: Times Newspapers Luncheon, London, England, 21 September 1976
Item 97: Virginia Manufacturers Association, Williamsburg, Virginia, 24 September 1976
Item 98: Richmond County Bicentennial Celebration, Warsaw, Virginia, 25 September 1976
Item 99: United Way Kickoff for State Agency Heads, State Highway Auditorium, Richmond, Virginia, 27 September 1976
Item 100: State Fair Luncheon, 28 September 1976
Item 101: White House of the Confederacy, Richmond, Virginia, 29 September 1976
Item 102: Dedication of the Exchange Hotel, Gordonsville, Virginia, 30 September 1976
Item 103: Public Hearing on I-66 Modifications, Washington, D. C., 2 October 1976
Item 104: Friends of the Industry of Agriculture Cooperative Month Breakfast, Valle's Steak House, Richmond, Virginia, 5 October 1976
Item 105: Introduction of Senator Dole, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 5 October 1976
Item 106: Presentation of Thomas Jefferson Award to James J. Kilpatrick, Public Relations Society of America, Hotel John Marshall, 5 October 1976
Item 107: Annual Meeting, Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, Hospitality House, Williamsburg, Virginia, 6 October 1976
Item 108: Unveiling of the Portrait of Chief Justice Eggleston, Supreme Court Building, 7 October 1976
Item 109: George J. Oliver Hall Dedication, Virginia Commonwealth University, 9 October 1976
Item 110: Albemarle County Republican Committee's Annual Grand old Pig Roast, Charlottesville, Virginia, 9 October 1976
Item 111: Dedication of Birdsall-Hoover Building, Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center, Fishersville, Virginia, 12 October 1976
Item 112: World Trade Conference, Omni Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia, 14 October 1976
Item 113: Dedication of the Mixing Equipment Company Division, Wytheville, Virginia, 15 October 1976
Item 114: Dedication of Statue of Admiral De Grasse, Fort Story Officers' Club, 17 October 1976
Item 115: Welcome to Virginia for the International Association of Milk Control Agencies, Quality Inn, Fort Magruder, Williamsburg, Virginia, 18 October 1976
Item 116: Surrender Day Ceremonies, Gloucester County, Virginia, Institute of Marine Science Campus, 18 October 1976
Item 117: Yorktown Day, Yorktown, Virginia, 19 October 1976
Item 118: Virginia National Bank, Eighth and Main Streets, Richmond, Virginia, 20 October 1976
Item 119: National Association of State Aviation Officials, Omni Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia, 21 October 1976
Item 120: Mount Vernon Regency Luncheon, Mount Vernon, Virginia, 22 October 1976
Item 121: Introduction of President Gerald R. Ford, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, 23 October 1976
Item 122: Response by the governor after Message by President Gerald R. Ford, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, 23 October 1976
Item 123: Goochland Baptist Church, 24 October 1976
Item 124: Travel Writer's Luncheon, New York, New York, 27 October 1976
Item 125: Report to Top Management, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York, 28 October 1976
Item 126: Annual Meeting, Virginia Community Colleges, Williamsburg, Virginia, 29 October 1976
Item 127: A.S.M.E. Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia, 31 October 1976
Box 23
Item 1: Highway and Transportation Conference, Virginia Military Institute, 4 November 1976
Item 2: Testimonial Dinner for Congressman and Mrs. Thomas N. Downing, Hampton Coliseum, 5 November 1976
Item 3: Governor's Day, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, 6 November 1976
Item 4: Re-enactment of the First Thanksgiving, Berkeley Plantation, 7 November 1976
Item 5: Joint Meeting House Appropriations and Finance Committees, Senate Finance Committee, House Chamber, 8 November 1976
Item 6: 82nd National Conference on Government, National Municipal League, Williamsburg, Virginia, 8 November 1976
Item 7: 83rd Annual Convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 8 November 1976
Item 8: 50th Anniversary of Colonial Williamsburg, 12 November 1976
Item 9: Commerce and Resources Agency Heads and Board Members, F & M Center, Richmond, 22 November 1976
Item 10: Annual Service Club Luncheon Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, Ramada Inn, Alexandria, Virginia, 24 November 1976
Item 11: Farm Bureau Federation Convention, Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, 2 December 1976
Item 12: Seminar, Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 3 December 1976
Item 13: Brotherhood Citation Dinner, Richmond Chapter - National Conference of Christians and Jews, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, 8 December 1976
Item 14: Third Grade Students of St. Christopher's and St. Catherine's Schools on the occasion of George Mason's Birthday, State Capitol, 10 December 1976
Item 15: Christmas Tree Lighting, 16 December 1976
Subseries 14: Speeches, 1977
Box 23
Item 16: Opening of Discovery Room, Virginia Science Museum, Broad Street Station, 6 January 1977
Item 17: Address to the General Assembly, 12 January 1977
Item 18: Commonwealth Prayer Breakfast, John Marshall Hotel, 13 January 1977
Item 19: Welcome to Atlantic Companies Computer Center, Roanoke, Virginia, 18 January 1977
Item 20: Virginia Council of Churches Prayer Breakfast, St. Paul's Church, 19 January 1977
Item 21: Virginia Agribusiness Appreciation Banquet, State Fairgrounds, 19 January 1977
Item 22: Keep Virginia Beautiful Awards Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, 26 January 1977
Item 23: Presentation of the President's "E" Award to Virginia State Ports Authority, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, Virginia, 26 January 1977
Item 24: Introduction Justice Lewis F. Powell, Dedication John Marshall Courts Building, 30 January 1977
Item 25: Bicentennial Debates Awards Dinner, Williamsburg, Virginia, 11 February 1977
Item 26: Introduction of Carter O. Lowance, Charter Day Ceremony, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, 12 February 1977
Item 27: Remarks by the governor in response to Owen Cheatham, Virginia Museum Dinner for Owen Cheatham Foundation, 12 February 1977
Item 28: Grand Lodge Communication Masonic Order, Hotel John Marshall, 14 February 1977
Item 29: Annual Conservation Forum of The Garden Club Luncheon, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 14 February 1977
Item 30: Midwinter Conference of the American Correctional Association, Virginia Beach, 18 February 1977
Item 31: Groundbreaking, Stihl Corporation, Oceana West Industrial Park, Virginia Beach, 18 February 1977
Item 32: Carlyle House, Alexandria, Virginia, 20 February 1977
Item 33: The First Virginia Regiment of the Continental Line for their re-enactment, 20 February 1977
Item 34: Wreath Laying Ceremony, George Washington Birthday Celebration, 20 February 1977
Item 35: Inaugural Address, Old Dominion University, 26 February 1977
Item 36: To the members of the General Assembly at end of session, 4 March 1977
Item 37: Introduction of John N. Dalton, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, 7 March 1977
Item 38: Dedication of the Onduline Plant, Massaponac, Virginia, 17 March 1977
Item 39: Maiden Voyage of Columbus Virginia, Portsmouth Marine Terminal, 21 March 1977
Item 40: Dedication of New Board Room, Mountain Security Savings and Loan Association, Wytheville, Virginia, 28 March 1977
Item 41: Wytheville, Wythe-Bland Chamber of Commerce, Wytheville Community Center, 28 March 1977
Item 42: School Superintendents Conference, Hotel Roanoke, 4 April 1977
Item 43: Testimony by the governor before the Subcommittee on Economic Development and Regional Affairs, Committee on the District of Columbia, House of Representatives, 5 April 1977
Item 44: Council of Bishops, United Methodist Church, Williamsburg, Virginia, 13 April 1977
Item 45: Chambers of Commerce Prince William County and Greater Manassas, 14 April 1977
Item 46: Conference for Children, Henderson Middle School, Richmond, 15 April 1977
Item 47: Model General Assembly, State Capitol, 15 April 1977
Item 48: Operating Room Supervisors Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia, 16 April 1977
Item 49: Amherst County Chamber of Commerce, Winton Country Club, Clifford, Virginia (speech given by Mr. Maurice B. Rowe, Secretary of Administration and Finance), 20 April 1977
Item 50: Fiftieth Anniversary, Virginia Beach Rotary Club, cavalier Yacht and Country Club, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 21 April 1977
Item 51: Dedication of Phase I. Mecklenburg Maximum Security Facility, 22 April 1977
Item 52: Fiftieth Anniversary James Monroe Memorial Foundation, James Monroe Law Office, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 25 April 1977
Item 53: Keydet Club, Appreciation Dinner, 26 April 1977
Item 54: Centennial Dinner, Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 27 April 1977
Item 55: Statewide Meeting of Volunteer Groups Concerned with Crime Reduction, St. Bridget's Rectory, 27 April 1977
Item 56: Banquet in Honor of Otis Brown, Hyatt House, 28 April 1977
Item 57: Dedication of the Vinton Firehouse, 30 April 1977
Item 58: Dogwood Festival, Vinton War Memorial, 30 April 1977
Item 59: Tenth Anniversary, Central Virginia Community College, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1 May 1977
Item 60: State Agency Luncheon, John Marshall Hotel, 2 May 1977
Item 61: Annual Conference, Virginia Safety Association, Roanoke Hotel, Roanoke, Virginia, 4 May 1977
Item 62: Dedication of the Exchange Hotel, Gordonsville, Virginia, 5 May 1977
Item 63: Annual Luncheon, Virginia Council on State Legislation, Scott Hall, St. Paul's Church, Richmond, 11 May 1977
Item 64: Virginia Mortgage Bankers Association, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 13 May 1977
Item 65: Two Hundredth Anniversary of Powhatan County, Courthouse Square, Powhatan, 14 May 1977
Item 66: VMI Commencement, 15 May 1977
Item 67: National Alcoholic Beverage Control Association, Americana Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida, 16 May 1977
Item 68: Virginia Night, National Press Club, Washington, D. C., 18 May 1977
Item 69: Third Statewide Volunteerism Conference, William and Mary Student Center, Williamsburg, 20 May 1977
Item 70: Acceptance of Award, World Trade Luncheon, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, 23 May 1977
Item 71: Annual Meeting, Virginia Retail Merchants Association, The Homestead, 23 May 1977
Item 72: National Association of Tax Administrators, 31 May 1977
Item 73: Third Annual Public Information Workshop, Auditorium Department of Highways and Transportation, 3 June 1977
Item 74: Dedication Alfred Teves, Incorporated, Culpeper, Virginia, 3 June 1977
Item 75: Introduction, Governor Raymond Philip Shafer, 3 June 1977
Item 76: Introduction of Republican Candidate, GOP Convention, 4 June 1977
Item 77: Commencement Address, Collegiate Schools, 9 June 1977
Item 78: Statement at unveiling of Portrait of the Honorable Claude Vernon Spratley (by Carter Lowance in the governor's absence), 9 June 1977
Item 79: Greetings to The Virginia International Women's Meeting, University of Richmond, Robins Center, 10 June 1977
Item 80: Commencement, Suffolk High School, 10 June 1977
Item 81: American Legion Boy's State, Lynchburg College, 13 June 1977
Item 82: 60th Annual Membership Meeting, Richmond Chapter, American National Red Cross, St. Paul's Church, 15 June 1977
Item 83: Commissioning Ceremony, Bird International Corporation, Lynchburg, Virginia, 17 June 1977
Item 84: Fluvanna Bicentennial Celebration, Fluvanna County High School, 18 June 1977
Item 85: Groundbreaking for New Hospital, Medical College of Virginia, 12th and Marshall Streets, Richmond, Virginia, 20 June 1977
Item 86: Fund Raising Luncheon, Northern Virginia Training Center, 21 June 1977
Item 87: Chairman's Report, SREB Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, 23 June 1977
Item 88: Introduction of Christopher C. Kraft, Jr., Southern Regional Education Board Meeting, Warwick Hotel, Houston, Texas, 23 June 1977
Item 89: Southern Association of State Departments of Agriculture, Hospitality House, Williamsburg, 28 June 1977
Item 90: Opening of I-77 at State Line, 1 July 1977
Item 91: Metro Blue Line, Opening Day Ceremony, 4 July 1977
Item 92: Family Resources Conference, Virginia Extension Homemakers Council, VPI and State University, Blacksburg, 13 July 1977
Item 93: Seminar on Corrections, Hyatt House, Richmond, 14 July 1977
Item 94: Farewell Dinner, Governor's School for the Gifted, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 15 July 1977
Item 95: Virginia Press Association Luncheon, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 16 July 1977
Item 96: Fifty-Ninth Annual Department Convention Banquet, American Legion, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, 16 July 1977
Item 97: Introduction Admiral Jungius, First Assembly Day, Jamestown Island, 30 July 1977
Item 98: Soil Conservation Society of America, Hotel John Marshall, 8 August 1977
Item 99: Opening Remarks, Special News Conference, Southern Governors' Conference, Texas, 25 August 1977
Item 100: Annual Board Meeting, Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs, Donaldson-Brown Conference Center, Blacksburg, Virginia, 25 August 1977
Item 101: Annual Safety Awards Luncheon, Richmond Hyatt House, 6 September 1977
Folder 102: Dedication Ceremony Walter Reed Memorial Hospital, Gloucester, Virginia, 11 September 1977
Item 103: Women of First Presbyterian Church, 13 September 1977
Item 104: Virginians for Bonds Kickoff, Hotel John Marshall, Richmond, 14 September 1977
Item 105: United Givers Kickoff, 26 September 1977
Item 106: Council of Visitors, James Madison University, 26 September 1977
Item 107: Virginia Cultural Laureate Center Award Ceremony and Dinner, 29 September 1977
Box 24
Item 1: Salem/Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce, Salem Civic Center, 4 October 1977
Item 2: Free Enterprise Seminar, Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, Jefferson Hotel, 4 October 1977
Item 3: Shenandoah County Rotary Club, W. W. Robinson School, Woodstock, Virginia, 5 October 1977
Item 4: Legal Forum, University of Virginia, 6 October 1977
Item 5: Wakefield 75th Anniversary Celebration, 9 October 1977
Item 6: Winchester Rotary Club, 13 October 1977
Item 7: Thomas Jefferson Award Dinner, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, 14 October 1977
Item 8: Golden Wings Over Richmond, Byrd Field, 15 October 1977
Item 9: Golden Wings over Richmond Dinner, Hotel Jefferson, Richmond, 15 October 1977
Item 10: Opening Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, Portsmouth, Virginia, 16 October 1977
Item 11: Dedication Batten Arts and Letters Building, Old Dominion University, 17 October 1977
Item 12: Breakfast for Dalton, Petersburg, Virginia, 17 October 1977
Item 13: Kiwanis Club, Petersburg, Virginia, 18 October 1977
Item 14: Health Care Cost Seminar, Richmond Hyatt House, Richmond, Virginia, 19 October 1977
Item 15: Commonwealth Woman's Club, West End Community Center, Richmond, 19 October 1977
Item 16: Barbecue for Dalton, Chesapeake, Virginia , 19 October 1977
Item 17: Dalton Dinner, Chamberlin Hotel, 19 October 1977
Item 18: Brockway Glass Company, Inc., Plant Ground Breaking, Danville, Virginia, 21 October 1977
Item 19: Luncheon for Dalton, King of the Sea Restaurant, Danville, 21 October 1977
Item 20: Dinner for John Dalton, Ramada Inn, Route 7 Beltway, Tyson's Corner, 21 October 1977
Item 21: Brunch for Dalton, Sheraton Inn, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22 October 1977
Item 22: Introduction of Justice Powell, The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 22 October 1977
Item 23: Dedication, Nursing Education Building, Highlands Community College, 23 October 1977
Item 24: Virginians for Dalton, Reception-Dinner, La Petite France, 23 October 1977
Item 25: Luncheon for John Dalton, Boar's Head Inn, Charlottesville, 24 October 1977
Item 26: Dedication Ceremonies, Merck Sharp & Dohme Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Elkton, Virginia, 25 October 1977
Item 27: Norfolk Civic Clubs, Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, Virginia, 26 October 1977
Item 28: Highway and Transportation Conference, Lexington, Virginia, 27 October 1977
Item 29: National Institute of Municipal Law Officers, Williamsburg, Virginia, 31 October 1977
Item 30: Preliminary Remarks, Bond Speech, Tyson's Corner, 3 November 1977
Item 31: Bonds Luncheon, Tyson's Corner, 3 November 1977
Item 32: Dinner for Dalton, Hotel Roanoke, 3 November 1977
Item 33: Dalton Breakfast, Norfolk Omni, 4 November 1977
Item 34: Welcome and Introduction of The Honorable John Warner, Berkeley Plantation, 6 November 1977
Item 35: Opening Granite Arch, Richmond, Virginia, 6 November 1977
Item 36: Travel Luncheon, New York, 9 November 1977
Item 37: Report to Top Management, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, New York, 10 November 1977
Item 38: Annual Dinner, State Board for Community Colleges, Williamsburg Conference Center, 11 November 1977
Item 39: York Conference Banquet, 14 November 1977
Item 40: 4-H Center Dedication, Front Royal, Virginia, 17 November 1977
Item 41: Dedication, Henrico County Administration Building, 20 November 1977
Item 42: Press Release Statement, Plasser American Corporation, Completion of expansion at Chesapeake, 22 November 1977
Item 43: Dedication, Plasser American Corporation, Chesapeake, 22 November 1977
Item 44: Ribbon Cutting, People's Bank, Chesapeake, 22 November 1977
Item 45: Dedication Wilroy Industrial Park, Suffolk, 23 November 1977
Item 46: Westminster-Canterbury, 29 November 1977
Item 47: Remarks at Fredericksburg, Virginia, 7 December 1977
Item 48: I-77 Opening, Carroll County, 9 December 1977
Item 49: Kiwanis Luncheon, 12 December 1977
Item 50: Luncheon for Lewis McMurran, 14 December 1977
Item 51: Christmas Message, 14 December 1977
Item 52: Virginia Alumni Development Administrations Conference, University of Richmond, 15 December 1977
Item 53: Richmond Colon Club Breakfast, 16 December 1977
Subseries 15: Speeches, 1978
3 items.
Box 24
Item 54: Board of Governors, Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia, 5 January 1978
Item 55: Address to the General Assembly, 11 January 1978
Item 56: Founders Day Ceremony and Dedication of the George C. Marshall Statue, The 139th Anniversary of the Virginia Military Institute, 11 November 1978
Series 6: Citations and Plaques
This series consists of the citations presented to Godwin by eight institutions of higher learning on the occasions of the awarding of honorary degrees. A listing of 159 citations, plaques, etc., is also included. Four citations and plaques are listed for Mrs. Godwin for the period 1968 through 1976. There are a number of citations and plaques awarded to Godwin or his wife which have been retained by them and are not presently included with those transferred to The College of William and Mary.
Subseries 1: Mills E. Godwin Jr.'s Honorary Degrees, 1954-1974
8 items.
Box 25
Item 1: Elon College, Elon, North Carolina, May 1954
Item 2: The College of William and Mary in Virginia, Williamsburg, February 1966
Item 3: Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia, April 1969
Item 4: Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, June 1970
Item 5: Elmira College, Elmira, New York, June 1972
Item 6: Hampden-Sydney College, Farmville, Virginia, June 1973
Item 7: University of Richmond, Virginia, May 1974
Item 8: Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia, May 1974
Subseries 2: Mills E. Godwin Jr.'s Other Citations, Plaques, Etc., 1943-1978
Box 25
Subseries 2: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1945
6 items.
Box 25
Item 11: U. S. Army, Camp Pickett Commendation Certificate, 30 October 1945
Item 12: FBI War Service Honor Certificate, October 1945
Item 13: Woodmen of the World - First Citizen Plaque, 1957
1 Item.
Item 14: Cosmopolitan Club First Citizen Award Plaque, February 1959
1 item.
Item 15: Garden Club of Virginia Citation, 18 May 1960
Item 16: Kiwanis Club of Mount Vernon certificate of Appreciation, 1961
1 item.
Subseries 3: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1962
4 items.
Box 25
Item 17: U. S. Capitol Historical Society Commendation, 1962
Item 18: Plaque - YMCA, May 1962
Item 19: Virginia Pharmaceutical Association - Reproduction of Mortar and Pill Set, 1 July 1962
Item 20: Confederate States of America Certificate, 14 September 1965
1 item.
Subseries 4: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1966
13 items.
Box 25
Item 21: Governor's Festival of the Arts Certificate, 1966
Item 22: Bust of Count Pulaski, 1966
Item 23: Framed Life Membership, Suffolk-Nansemond County chamber of Commerce, 8 March 1966
Item 24: U. S. Treasury Department Appointment as Honorary Chairman, Virginia Savings Bonds, 7 April 1966
Item 25: Plaque - Richmond Public School Safety Patrol, 13 May 1966
Item 26: Patrick Henry Allied Families - Honorary Member, 5 June 1966
Item 27: Virginia Distinguished Service Award - Military Board of Virginia, 18 June 1966
Item 28: Framed Kentucky Colonel Certificate, 18 September 1966
Item 29: Virginia Fox Hunters Association - "Honorary Master of Hounds", 20 October 1966
Item 30: Portsmouth Education Association Proclamation of Godwin as "Virginia Education Governor", 10 November 1966
Item 31: Certificate - Court of Count Pulaski, 15 November 1966
Item 32: Honorary Citizen of the City of Hazard in Perry County, Kentucky, November 1966
Item 33: Phi Delta Phi Certificate, December 1966
Subseries 5: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1967
11 items.
Box 25
Item 34: The Town of Vienna Certificate of Appreciation, 1967
Item 35: Thomas Nelson Community College Certificate of Membership - Honorary Swamp Stomper, 1967
Item 36: Camp Easter Seal - Honorary Camper, 20 February 1967
Item 37: U.S. Navy - "Honorary Sea-Bee", 1 March 1967
Item 38: 100 Millionth Telephone - USA Certificate, May 1967
Item 39: Virginia School for Deaf and Blind - Walnut Plate, 1 June 1967
Item 40: Plaque - Wallace Business Forms Plant Dedication, Luray, 18 July 1967
Item 41: American Society for Friendship with Switzerland - Membership to The Governors' Club, 21 September 1967
Item 42: Smyth County Community Hospital Dedication Album, 24 September 1967
Item 43: Virginia School Boards Association - Meritorious Service Certificate, 5 October 1967
Item 44: Oyster Bowl Committee Certificate of Appreciation, 11 November 1967
Subseries 6: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1968
5 items.
Box 25
Item 45: Plaque - Tidewater Home Builders Association, 1968
Item 46: Plaque - Virginia Polograph Association, 2 April 1968
Item 47: Plaque - Fraternal Order of Police, 2 April 1968
Item 48: FFA Certificate - State Farmers Degree, 19 June 1968
Item 49: Certificate - Governor of Indiana, 21 July 1968
Subseries 7: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1969
18 items.
Box 25
Item 50: Blue Ridge Community College Certificate, 1969
Item 51: Sesqui-centennial Award - University of Virginia, 1969
Item 52: Selection to appear in 1969 Edition Personalities of the South - Certificate Notification, 1969
Item 53: Framed Poem "Our Governor" - Seventh Grade Class of Nansemond Suffolk Academy, 1969
Item 54: Decoupaged Poem written by elderly friend in Chesterfield County, 1969
Item 55: Appalachian Regional Conference Appreciation Letter, 14 January 1969
Item 56: Plaque - Armed Forces Staff College, 17 January 1969
Item 57: Order of DeMolay - Honorary Membership, 21 January 1969
Item 58: Plaque of Appreciation for Support of Education Students at Old Dominion College, February 1969
Item 59: Plaque - Chinese Merchants Association of Richmond, 16 March 1969
Item 60: Paperweight Picture Opening of Virginia Office - Brussels, May 1969
Item 61: Plaque - VICA, July 1969
Item 62: Plaque - Fifth Naval District and Admiral Hogle, July 1969
Item 63: State Fire Chiefs' Association Certificate, 19 July 1969
Item 64: Staunton, Virginia Hospitality Award, 5 August 1969
Item 65: East Mountain Tunnel Groundbreaking - West Virginia, 12 August 1969
Item 66: Framed Citation - Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, 11 November 1969
Item 67: Oyster Bowl Committee Certificate of Appreciation, 15 November 1969
Subseries 8: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1970
9 items.
Box 25
Item 68: Partners of the Alliance - Certificate of Appreciation, 1970
Item 69: Selection to appear in 1970 Edition Personalities of the South - Certificate Notification, 1970
Item 70: Virginian-Pilot Column by Guy Friddell, Framed, 11 January 1970
Item 71: Plaque - City of Norfolk as Honorary Citizen, 13 January 1970
Item 72: Framed Editorial - Ledger Star, 13 January 1970
Item 73: Plaque - Richmond Jewish Community Council, 15 January 1970
Item 74: Richmond Police Department Honor Roll, 17 January 1970
Item 75: Framed Sketch of the governor by John Perts, May 1970
Item 76: Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Fraternity of the Junior College - Honorary Membership, 3 June 1970
Subseries 9: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1971
4 items.
Box 25
Item 77: Christian Missionary Association Certificate of Appreciation, 1971
Item 78: Alpha Kappa Psi - Honorary Membership Certificate, May 1971
Item 79: American Bar Association Membership, 1971-1972
Item 80: Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, by the American Bar Foundation, 1972
1 item.
Subseries 10: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1973
9 items.
Box 25
Item 81: Honorary Membership Certificate - Associated Builders and Contractors, Incorporated, 1973
Item 82: Citation - Virginia Council on Health and Medical Care, 26 January 1973
Item 83: Small statue making the governor Honorary Member of Friendship Fire Company, 19 February 1973
Item 84: Plaque award of Merit - Virginia Safety Association, 9 May 1973
Item 85: American Federation of Police Certificate of Appreciation, 18 August 1973
Item 86: Framed song "The Godwin Way", by Phil Leber, 17 October 1973
Item 87: Framed Needlepoint - Mrs. B. Ketner of Yorktown, 6 November 1973
Item 88: American Swiss Association, Membership in The Governors' Club, 6 November 1973
Item 89: Certificate - Commonwealth of Virginia State Board of Elections certifying Godwin duly elected as the governor of Virginia for a four year term commencing on the Saturday after the second Wednesday in January, 1974, 26 November 1973
Subseries 11: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1974
20 items.
Box 25
Item 90: The Society of the Alumni, College of William and Mary in Virginia - Certificate of Appreciation, Honorary Grand Marshal, Homecoming Parade, 1974
Item 91: Shalom Coin - Israel - 21st Anniversary, 1974
Item 92: Paperweight - Virginia Engineering and Technical Society, 40th Anniversary Small Statue of Jockey, 1974
Item 93: Order of the White Jacket, Life Membership, 1974
Item 94: TV Film - State of the Commonwealth Address, 17 January 1974
Item 95: U. S. Treasury Department Appointment as Honorary chairman, Virginia Savings Bonds, 26 February 1974
Item 96: Plaque - U. S. Navy Recruiting Commander for Virginia Company, March 1974
Item 97: Plaque of Appreciation - U. S. Navy Weapons Laboratory, Dahlgreen, March 1974
Item 98: U. S. Navy Recruiter Certificate, 1 March 1974
Item 99: Fort Monroe Album of Luncheon Visit, May 23 1974
Item 100: Plaque of Appreciation - U. S. Army, May 23 1974
Item 101: Gift - Lynchburg Foundry, Archer Creek Plant Opening, June 1974
Item 102: Virginia State Day EXPO '74 - Spokane, Washington, 28 June 1974
Item 103: Album of Virginia Company, U. S. Navy Ceremonies, 12 July 1974
Item 104: Paperweight - Southern Governors' Conference, Lakeway, Texas, September 1974
Item 105: Program of Reconvening First Continental Congress, 5 September 1974
Item 106: TV Film - 1974 Inaugural Ceremonies, 15 September 1974
Item 107: Richmond Bar Association Plaque for Honorary Membership, 19 September 1974
Item 108: Appomattox Railroad Day Key, 12 October 1974
Item 109: St. Louis Archway to the West, December 1974
Subseries 12: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1975
8 items.
Box 25
Item 110: Virginia championship Canoe Races Medals (Framed), 1975
Item 111: Framed letter - Governor Phil Noel of Rhode Island regarding Swim Competition, 1975
Item 112: Plaque - Fairfax County Republican Committee, 21 March 1975
Item 113: Patrick Henry "Give Me Liberty or Death" Certificate, April 1975
Item 114: Yorktown Victory Center Album, 10 May 1975
Item 115: Miniature of First Volvo - Chesapeake, Virginia, June 1975
Item 116: Pottery Bank - John Wessells, 15 October 1975
Item 117: Framed Certificate with Patches - U. S. Marine Corps - Bicentennial Tree Planting, 10 November 1975
Subseries 13: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1976
22 items.
Box 25
Item 118: Annual Safe Boating Award - United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, 1976
Item 119: Certificate of Honorary Colonel - The Committee of safety for the Colony of Virginia, 1976
Item 120: Bilingual Children's Television, Inc. Certificate of Appreciation, 1976
Item 121: The Town of Vienna Bicentennial Commission Certificate of Official Recognition, 1976
Item 122: Notification Certificate of appearance in the 1975-76 Bicentennial Memorial Edition of Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans, 1976
Item 123: Visions of Freedom Bicentennial presentation by Liberty Torch, 1976
Item 124: Plaque - "Keep Virginia Beautiful", 28 January 1976
Item 125: Valentine - Office girls to the governor, February 1976
Item 126: Glass Tray - George Washington Fire Engine Company, February 1976
Item 127: VT Film of NBC Today program - Salute to Virginia, 9 April 1976
Item 128: George C. Marshall Album - at the Pentagon and Statler Hilton Hotel, 20 April 1976
Item 129: Plaque - Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland, May 1976
Item 130: Hanover County Bicentennial Committee Medal, July 1976
Item 131: Jimmy Doolittle Plaque and Medal, July 1976
Item 133: Shenandoah County Bicentennial Brochure, July 1976
Item 134: Montgomery County Bicentennial Certificate, 3 July 1976
Item 135: Citation - Benrus Company Bicentennial Program, 4 July 1976
Item 136: Virginia Thanksgiving Festival - Patriot Award, 9 November 1976
Item 137: Pamunkey Indian Bowl, 20 November 1976
Item 138: Sigma Phi Epsilon Certificate of Appreciation and Recognition, 75th Anniversary, November 1976
Item 139: The Richmond County Bicentennial Commission Certificate of Appreciation, 31 December 1976
Item 140: Ink Pen and Stand, Initialed M.E.G., 1976
Subseries 14: Other citations, plaques, etc., 1977
25 items.
Box 25
Item 141: Certificate of Appreciation by the Polish American Congress Commemoration Committee for meritorious support of Pulaski's 200th Anniversary, 1977
Item 142: Two Framed Certificates for Governor and Mrs. Godwin Young Homemakers of Virginia, 3 February 1977
Item 143: Plaque - United Way of Virginia Service Award, March 1977
Item 144: March of Dimes Certificate of Appreciation, 2 April 1977
Item 145: Plaque - Mecklenburg Correctional Center Dedication, 22 April 1977
Item 146: Plaque - Tower of Dulles Award, 2 June 1977
Item 147: Boys' State of Virginia Framed Citation, 13 June 1977
Item 148: Resolution - Advisory Committee on Aviation, 16 June 1977
Item 149: Plaque - State Corporation Commission for support of Aviation in Virginia, 16 June 1977
Item 150: Certificate of Appreciation - Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Academy Associate, July 1977
Item 151: Virginia Extension Homemakers Life Membership Certificate, 13 July 1977
Item 152: Virginia Scottish Games Framed Certificate, 23 July 1977
Item 153: Special Recognition Certificate - REACT International, Inc., Commonwealth of Virginia REACT Council, 6 September 1977
Item 154: AAA Pedestrain Statue Award, 6 September 1977
Item 155: Paperweight of Portsmouth, All America City, 16 October 1977
Item 156: Certificate of Appreciation - Kiwanis Club of Petersburg, Virginia, 18 October 1977
Item 157: Distinguished Citizen Award - Highlands Community College, 23 October 1977
Item 158: U. S. Navy League Citation - Scroll of Honor, 25 October 1977
Item 159: Community College Plaque with Symbol, 30 November 1977
Item 160: Civil Air Patrol Certificate, 30 November 1977
Item 161: Framed Resolution - Virginia Highway Department Employees Benefits Association, December 1977
Item 162: Plaque of Appreciation - U. S. Navy, December 1977
Item 163: Citation - Secretary of the Navy, 2 December 1977
Item 164: Lady Truck Drivers Statue, 5 December 1977
Item 165: Plaque - Capitol Press Corps, 16 December 1977
Item 166: New Market Medal - Virginia Military Institute, 1978
1 item.
Subseries 15
Item 167: Certificate of Appreciation - Capital District Circle K, no date
Item 168: Certificate of Meritorious Service - Virginia Society, Sons of the American Revolution, no date
Subseries 3: Mrs. Katherine B. Godwin's Citations, Plaques, Etc., 1968-1976
4 items.
Box 25
Item 169: Plaque - Boys Club of America, 1968
Item 170: Plaque - "Keep Virginia Beautiful", 14 January 1975
Item 171: Plaque - "Keep Virginia Beautiful" 4 July 1976
Item 172: Certificate to Mrs. Godwin - "Spruce Up Campaign" 22 July 1976
Series 7: Audiovisual, 1966-1976
This series consists of one box of television and radio tapes, films and recordings. Included are tapes of the Governor's Education Conferences in 1966 and 1967 and a 30-minute film, The Godwin Years, presented to Godwin by the Virginia Association of Electric Cooperatives.
Box 26
Folder 1: Godwin's opening remarks at Governor's Conference on Education, Richmond, 5 October 1966
Film.
Folder 2: Television tape, Northern Virginia Education Conference, 21 March 1967
Black and white, Video tape
Folder 3: Proceedings Federal-State Relationship Conference, 31 May 1967
Film. 7 inch reel.
Folder 4: Tape, Godwin expressing Mrs. Godwin's and his appreciation for sympathy shown by citizens over loss of their daughter, Becky, 1 September 1968
Audio Tape. 3 inch reel.
Folder 5: Film - The Godwin Years - Presented to Governor Mills E. Godwin, Jr., by Virginia Association of Electric Corporatives, 1970
Film.
Folder 6: Tape, Fredericksburg, 20 June 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 7: Godwin in Charlottesville, Sales tax and Community Colleges, 28 August 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 8: Tape, Buena Vista and Colonial Heights, 3 September 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 9: Tape, Albemarle Pig Roast and also Luray, 15 September 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 10: Tape, Radio Station WMAL, 26 September 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 11: Tape, Godwin at Cabell Hall, University of Virginia, 27 September 1973
Film. 2 reels.
Folder 12: Tape, Governor Linwood Holton and Sonny Jerguson with Chris Hanberger, 2 October 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 13: Tape, Godwin Press Conference, 31 October 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 14: Tape, Godwin Press Conference, 8 November 1973
Audio Tape.
Folder 15: Message by Governor Godwin to General Assembly, January 1974
Film. 7 inch reel.
Folder 16: Message by Governor Godwin to General Assembly, January 1975
Film. 5 inch reel.
Folder 17: Virginia Prayer Breakfast with Governor Godwin and Charles Colson, Bicentennial Year, 1976
Audio Tape.
Series 8: Scrapbooks, 1943-1978
These scrapbooks cover Godwin's political activities beginning in 1943, his service in Ruritan National and his presidency of that organization in 1952, his gubernatorial campaign of 1965, educational conferences, and first and second terms as governor. These are listed chronologically from 1943 through January, 1978. A number of scrapbooks have been retained by Governor and Mrs. Godwin and are not included with those transferred to The College of William and Mary.
Box 1
Folder 1: Service in Ruritan National, 1950-1955
Folder 2: Concerning Political Career, 1943-1954
Box 2
Folder 3: Concerning Political Career, 1954-1956
Folder 4: Concerning-Political Career, 1958-1961
Box 3
Folder 5: Concerning Political Career, 1962-1964
Folder 6: Concerning Political Career, 1965
Box 4
Folder 7: Informal Cookout, Honoring Lieutenant Governor Godwin, Norfolk, October 4, 1965
Folder 8: Gubernatorial Campaign, 1965
Box 5
Folder 9: Gubernatorial Campaign, 1965
Oversize Volume.
Box 6
Folder 10: Governor's Regional Education Conferences, 1966-1967
Oversize Volume.
Box 7
Folder 11: 81 Million Dollar Bond Issue, 1968
Folder 12: First Term As Governor: No. 1, January-April, 1966
Folder 13: First Term As Governor: No. 2, May-August, 1966
Box 8
Folder 14: First Term As Governor: No. 4, September-December, 1966
Folder 15: First Term As Governor: No. 5, January-April, 1967
Box 9
Folder 16: First Term As Governor: No. 6, May-July, 1967
Folder 17: First Term As Governor: No. 7, August-October, 1967
Box 10
Folder 18: First Term As Governor: No. 8, November-December, 1967
Folder 19: First Term As Governor: No. 9, January, 1968
Box 11
Folder 20: First Term As Governor: No. 10, February, 1968
Folder 21: First Term As Governor: No. 11, March, 1968
Box 12
Folder 22: First Term As Governor: No. 12, April-June, 1968
Folder 23: First Term As Governor: No. 13, July-September, 1968
Box 13
Folder 24: First Term As Governor: No. 14, October-December, 1968
Folder 25: First Term As Governor: No. 15, January-March, 1969
Box 14
Folder 26: First Term As Governor: No. 16, April-June, 1969
Folder 27: First Term As Governor: No. 17, July-September, 1969
Box 15
Folder 28: First Term As Governor: No. 18, October-December, 1969
Folder 29: First Term As Governor: No. 19, January, 1970
Box 16
Folder 30: Second Term As Governor, November 7, 1973-January 17
Folder 31: Second Term As Governor, January 17, 1974-February 24
Box 17
Folder 32: Second Term As Governor, January 1, 1974-June 27
Folder 33: Second Term As Governor, June 28, 1974-December 31
Box 18
Folder 34: Second Term As Governor, January 1, 1975-May 31
Folder 35: Second Term As Governor, June 1, 1975-December 31
Box 19
Folder 36: Second Term As Governor, January 1, 1976-June 30
Folder 37: Second Term As Governor, July 1, 1976-December 31
Box 20
Folder 38: Southern Governors' Conference and Presidential Campaign, 1976
Folder 39: Second Term As Governor, January 1, 1977-June 30, 1977
Box 21
Folder 40: Scrapbook pertaining to Mills E. Godwin, Jr., July 1, 1977-January, 1978
Series 9: Political Memorabilia and Selected Material, 1965-1973

This series consists of one large box of 1973 campaign material, of which two binders have been placed on microfilm, and one small box which contains magazines, news clippings, and small scrapbooks concerning special activities. One envelope of unclassified photographs and copies of inaugural programs and invitations for 1966 and 1974 are also included.

Other items in this series include VEA Convention edition - Godwin, Virginia's Education Governor, 1973. Papers: Virginia's Future First; Howell Rejects; 88%; Yes, Godwin stands for Neighborhood Schools; Yes, Godwin will protect our Right to Work Law; And Where Does Henry's Money Come From; Henry's Tax Scheme, Can You Afford It; Virginia's Future, Let's Give it Our Best; On the One Hand, But on the Other, Let's Keep Henry Honest. Godwin bumper stickers and buttons. Virginia Record, July, 1973, Mills E. Godwin, Jr., The Man for Virginia; The New Majority Program. Posters: Mills Godwin, The Clearest Choice for Virginia's Future; Virginia's Future, Give it Your Best - Godwin for Governor; Dalton for Lieutenant-Governor. Godwin for Governor stationery; Godwin for Governor buttons; Volunteer Register, September 4-November 2, 1973. Black notebook containing congratulatory letters and thank you letters sent to lists in notebook; blue notebook containing sample letters sent to groups and individuals for support and help in Godwin's inauguration.

The items listed separately below are those that have been microfilmed.

Box 27
Folder 1: Letter from Peggy Miller, Williamsburg, to Mrs. Mills E. Godwin, Jr., with illustration for proposed inaugural ball gown enclosed, November 1, 1973
Microfilmed.
Folder 2: "The Night Before Christmas" by Walter S. Griggs, Jr., no date
Microfilmed.
Folder 3: Nominating speech of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., for President of the United States, along with note explaining why speech was not delivered, 1968
Microfilmed.
Folder 4: Circus Saints and Sinners Script, 1966
Microfilmed.
Folder 5: Report on the European Trade Mission, May 1969
Microfilmed.
Folder 6: List of campaign contributions, 1965
Microfilmed.
Folder 7: Daily list of campaign contributions, 1965
Microfilmed.
Folder 8: List of campaign managers, 1965
Microfilmed.
Folder 9: Letter from Jim Moore, Charlottesville, to "Bud", with congratulations on victory, November 8, 1965
Microfilmed.
Series 10: Accession 1985.15, 1978-1983

These papers of Mills E. Godwin begin after he left gubernatorial office in 1978. Godwin remained a significant player in Virginia political circles, hoping to maintain the power of the coalition of conservative Democrats and Republicans which he headed. The papers concern the U. S. Senate campaigns of 1978 (Warner v. ), and 1982, the gubernatorial campaign of 1981 (Robb v. Coleman), investment policies of Virginia, affirmative action (quotas), public employee collective bargaining, Virginia Wesleyan College, Harry F. Byrd, Jr.'s decision to retire from the Senate, the Martin Luther King holiday in Virginia (federal and state), Republican Party of Virginia, General Assembly and local elections, the Virginia Community College System and the city of Suffolk.

Correspondents include Gerald Baliles, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., J. Marshall Coleman, John N. Dalton, Gerald R. Ford, Albertis Harrison, Charles S. Robb, D. French Slaughter, and John Warner. There are also routine letters written by Godwin of sympathy, get-well wishes, recommendation as well as replies to requests for help.

This addition continues with the box numbers of the larger collection that ended with Series 9. The series is arranged primarily by date.

Box 28
Folder 1: General Papers, 1961-1975
These items include newspaper clippings (1961 and 1965), letters upon his election as lieutenant-governor in 1961, lists of guests to be invited to inauguration and inaugural programs of 1965 and 1974.
Folder 2: General Papers, 1978.
These items include letters of sympathy, get-well letters, congratulations on retirements, help with problems, requests for contributions to various organizations, etc. Correspondents include: Albertis Harrison concerning the U. S. Senate campaign (Warner); Harry F. Byrd, Jr. concerning the city of Suffolk HUD grant; Gerald Baliles; William E. Simon; D. French Slaughter; James R Thompson (governor of Illinois); and Carter Olin Lowance.
Folder 3: Governor's Office Papers, 1978
These items include material from or about John N. Dalton (investment policies of Virginia [series of articles by David Chandler in Norfolk Ledger-Star], Division of Purchases and Supply, Warner nomination for Senate), Carter Lowance, Charles S. Robb (Virginia Forum on Education), John N. Dalton, Virginia Port Authority), Louis R. Lawson (Virginia Energy Office), Stanley C. Walker (Virginia State Crime Commission), Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, affirmative action (quotas), letters of commendation, and policy statement on public employer-employee relations (collective bargaining).
Folder 4: Political Papers, 1978-1979
These items include material from or about Wyatt B. Durrette, Jr., Charles S. Robb (lieutenant-governor), Hunter Andrews, Eva F. Scott (first woman to serve in State Senate), A. L. Philpott, Herbert H. Bateman, Paul Trible, General Assembly elections of 1979, J. Marshall Coleman, Philip Crane, Republican senatorial primary of 1978 (Linwood Holton, Richard Obenshain, John Warner, Nathan Miller), agreement of Virginia with HEW to institute quotas in colleges; and the campaign by Coleman for attorney-general in 1977.
Folder 5: Republican Party Papers, 1978-1981
These items include material from or about the U. S Senate election of 1982, the General Assembly election of 1981, the gubernatorial race of 1981, Byrd's decision to retire from U S. Senate, Herbert H. Bateman, Republican Party events, Wyatt B. Durrette, Martin Luther King holiday bill (state holiday), Paul Trible, coalition headed by Godwin described in newspaper article ( Roanoke Times and World News(November 15, 1980), Eva F. Scott (first woman to serve in State Senate), John Warner, Bob Dole, and the Richard D. Obenshain Republican Center.
Folder 6: Virginia State Chamber of Commerce Education Committee, 1978-1981
Folder 7: Virginia Wesleyan College, 1978-1984
Godwin's service as a member of the Board of Trustees, and as Honorary Chairman of Challenge of the 80's, decade-long campaign to raise money launched in 1980.
Folder 8: Personal and Business Papers, 1978-1979
Items include material from or about Gerald R. Ford.
Folder 9: Newspaper Clippings and Photographs, 1978-1984
Items all concern Godwin.
Box 29
Folder 1: General Papers, 1979
Items include letters of sympathy, requests for help, requests for photographs. Items also include material from or about the Richard Obenshain Republican Center; Harry F. Byrd, Jr., concerning Colgate Darden; Richard Poff; Virginia Community College System; and the Eastern Virginia Medical School, concerning in vitro fertilization.
Folder 2: Connally for President, 1979-1980
Godwin served as the state chair for this committee. Also includes letters from Connally.
Folder 3: General Papers, 1980
Items include get-well letters, letters of congratulations, letters requesting help, letters of sympathy, the funeral of E. Blackburn Moore, the Advisory Committee of the Medical Alumni of the University of Virginia, Dave Satterfield's retirement from Congress and correspondence with Harry F. Byrd, Jr., and Carter O. Lowance.
Folder 4: Political Papers, 1980-1981
Items include material from or about the National Conservative Political Action Committee; Richard J. Davis (lieutenant-governor); Gerald L. Baliles; Wyatt B. Durrette, Jr.; Charles S. Robb; the 1981 election for General Assembly; the 1981 gubernatorial election (Robb v. Coleman); Sidney S. Kellam; Bill Dudley; John W. Williams, III; Martin Luther King holiday in Virginia; John Warner, concerning federal judgeship nominations; Elmon T. Gray; J. Marshall Coleman; Kit Bond (Missouri governor); pari-mutuel wagering; John N. Dalton, concerning commission appointments; and the Virginia Community College System.
Folder 5: Completed Engagements, 1980
Folder 6: Personal Papers, 1980
Items include material from or about Charles Robb, the naming of the life science building at ODU for Godwin, the Eastern Virginia Medical School, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., the University of Virginia Medical Alumni Advisory Committee, Godwin's stamp and coin collecting hobby, the House Joint Resolution No. 24 signed by A.L. Philpott and Charles Robb, and a letter listing boards of corporations on which Godwin was serving.
Folder 7: General Papers, 1981
Items include material from or about letters of sympathy, congratulations on retirement, get-well letters, Albertis Harrison, the death of Colgate Darden, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Paul Trible, and Carter O. Lowance.
Folder 8: Materials concerning Marshall Coleman, 1981
Items include the gubernatorial election of 1981 (Robb v. Coleman) and Godwin's late endorsement of Coleman.
Folder 9: Recommendations, 1981
Box 30
Folder 1: General Papers, 1982
Folder 2: Political Papers, 1982-1983
Items concern Warner's support of Martin Luther King holiday bill; and correspondence concerning Paul Trible, the administration of Charles Robb, J. Marshall Coleman, the General Assembly and local elections of 1982-1983, D. French Slaughter, J. Kenneth Robinson's retirement from Congress, Congressman Robert Daniel, Congressman Owen B. Pickett, and Congressman Herbert H. Bateman.
Folder 3: Republican Party Papers, 1982-1983
Items include material from or about John W. Warner, the General Assembly election of 1983, Stan Parris, Robert Daniel (Congressman), the Senate race of 1982 (possibility of Byrd re-entering race, Davis v. Trible), the campaign of Melvin Spence for re-election to House of Delegates, Martin Luther King federal holiday, George Bush, and the law school at George Mason University.
Folder 4: Completed Engagements, 1982
Folder 5: Invitations Declined, 1982
Folder 6: Personal Papers, 1982
Items include material about or concerning Carter O. Lowance.
Folder 7: Newspaper Clippings, 1982-1984
Some, not all, of the clippings directly concern Godwin. Items include material on the U. S. senatorial campaign of 1982, campaigning for Trible.
Folder 8: General Papers, 1983
Items include thank you notes, congratulatory letters, and sympathy letters; as well as correspondence from Carter O. Lowance, and Gordon Davies, Council on Higher Education concerning the Virginia Community College System.
Folder 9: Recommendations, 1983
Folder 10: University of Richmond, 1983
Items include material on Godwin's service on the Board of Associates of University of Richmond.
Series 11: Accession 1989.29, 1978-1990

This addition covers committees and organizations that Mills E. Godwin belonged to and/or had an vested interest in from 1978 to 1990. These include the Obenshain Senatorial (Republican primary) Campaign of 1978, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, the Virginia Science Museum, the City of Suffolk, the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, the Republican Party politics, Virginians for Reagan, the John N. Dalton Oncology Clinic, the Medical College of Virginia, the Virginia Wesleyan College and Godwin's opposition to pledge bond amendments to Virginia Constitution for transportation.

Correspondents include Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Paul Trible, Wyatt Durrette, and D. French Slaughter.

This series is arranged primarily by date.

Box 1
Folder 1: Dissertation: "The role of the Governor in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Study of the Governor of Maryland and the Governor of Virginia," August 1968
Folder 2: Dissertation: "The role of the Governor in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Study of the Governor of Maryland and the Governor of Virginia," August 1968
Folder 3: Dissertation: "The role of the Governor in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Study of the Governor of Maryland and the Governor of Virginia," August 1968
Folder 4: Dissertation: "The role of the Governor in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Study of the Governor of Maryland and the Governor of Virginia," August 1968
Folder 5: Dissertation: "The role of the Governor in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Study of the Governor of Maryland and the Governor of Virginia," August 1968
Folder 6: Dissertation: "The role of the Governor in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Study of the Governor of Maryland and the Governor of Virginia," August 1968
Folder 7: Obenshain Senatorial Campaign, 1978
Folder 8: Warner Senatorial Campaign, 1978
Folder 9: Warner Senatorial Campaign, 1978
Folder 10: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1978-1990
Folder 11: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1978-1990
Folder 12: Completed Engagements, 1979
Folder 13: Completed Engagements, 1979
Folder 14: Completed Engagements, 1979
Folder 15: Completed Engagements, 1979
Folder 16: Virginia Science Museum, 1979-1989
Folder 17: Bridgewater College, 1980-1982
Folder 18: Bridgewater College, 1980-1982
Folder 19: City of Suffolk, 1980-1984
Folder 20: City of Suffolk, 1980-1984
Folder 21: Virginia Military Institute Distinguished Lecture Series, 1980-1984
Folder 22: Virginia Military Institute Distinguished Lecture Series, 1980-1984
Folder 23: Completed Engagements, 1981
Folder 24: Completed Engagements, 1981
Folder 25: Completed Engagements, 1981
Folder 26: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 1982-1985
Folder 27: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 1982-1985
Folder 28: Harry F. Byrd, Jr., 1982
Folder 29: Harry F. Byrd, Jr., 1982
Folder 30: Recommendations, 1982
Folder 31: Recommendations, 1982
Folder 32: Paul Trible - Senate, 1982
Folder 33: Paul Trible - Senate, 1982
Folder 34: Engagements Completed, 1983
Folder 35: Engagements Completed, 1983
Folder 36: Invitations Declined, 1983
Folder 37: Invitations Declined, 1983
Folder 38: Mills E. Godwin - Personal Papers, 1983-1984
Folder 39: Mills E. Godwin - Personal Papers, 1983-1984
Box 2
Folder 1: Imperial Briquet Corporation, 1983-1990
Folder 2: Imperial Briquet Corporation, 1983-1990
Folder 3: Suffolk Adventure Committee, 1974-1985
Folder 4: Suffolk Adventure Committee, 1974-1985
Folder 5: Suffolk Adventure Committee, 1974-1985
Folder 6: General Papers, 1984
Folder 7: General Papers, 1984
Folder 8: General Papers, 1984
Folder 9: Engagements - Completed, 1984
Folder 10: Engagements - Completed, 1984
Folder 11: Engagements - Completed, 1984
Folder 12: Invitations Declined, 1984
Folder 13: Invitations Declined, 1984
Folder 14: Recommendations, 1984
Folder 15: Recommendations, 1984
Folder 16: Republican Party, 1984
Folder 17: Republican Party, 1984
Folder 18: Republican Party, 1984
Folder 19: Virginians for Reagan, 1984
Folder 20: Virginians for Reagan, 1984
Folder 21: Virginians for Reagan, 1984
Folder 22: Harry F. Byrd, Jr., 1984-1985
Folder 23: Virginia Community College System, 1984-1988
Folder 24: Virginia Community College System, 1984-1988
Folder 25: Virginia Community College System, 1984-1988
Folder 26: Virginia Thanksgiving Festival, Inc., 1984-1988
Folder 27: Engagements Completed, 1985
Folder 28: Engagements Completed, 1985
Folder 29: Engagements Completed, 1985
Folder 30: Invitations Declined, 1985
Folder 31: Invitations Declined, 1985
Folder 32: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Folder 33: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Folder 34: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Folder 35: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Folder 36: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Folder 37: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Folder 38: Wyatt Durrette, 1985
Box 3
Folder 1: Nabisco Brands, 1985
Folder 2: Nabisco Brands, 1985
Folder 3: Nabisco Brands, 1985
Folder 4: Nabisco Brands, 1985
Folder 5: Recommendations, 1985
Folder 6: Recommendations, 1985
Folder 7: Recommendations, 1985
Folder 8: Republican Party, 1985
Folder 9: Republican Party, 1985
Folder 10: Future of Hampton Roads, 1985-1990
Folder 11: Future of Hampton Roads, 1985-1990
Folder 12: Political Papers, 1985-1986
Folder 13: Political Papers, 1985-1986
Folder 14: Virginia Wesleyan College, 1985-1988
Folder 15: Virginia Wesleyan College, 1985-1988
Folder 16: Virginia Wesleyan College, 1985-1988
Folder 17: Completed Engagements, 1986
Folder 18: Completed Engagements, 1986
Folder 19: Completed Engagements, 1986
Folder 20: Invitations Declined, 1986
Folder 21: Invitations Declined, 1986
Folder 22: Recommendations, 1986
Folder 23: Recommendations, 1986
Folder 24: The Suffolk Adventure, 1986
Folder 25: John N. Dalton Oncology Clinic, Medical College of Virginia, 1986-1988
Folder 26: John N. Dalton Oncology Clinic, Medical College of Virginia, 1986-1988
Folder 27: Dan River, 1986-1987
Folder 28: Dan River, 1986-1987
Folder 29: Dan River, 1986-1987
Folder 30: Republican Party, 1986-1987
Folder 31: Republican Party, 1986-1987
Folder 32: Carter O. Lowance Fellowship, William and Mary Law School, 1986-1990
Folder 33: Carter O. Lowance Fellowship, William and Mary Law School, 1986-1990
Folder 34: Carter O. Lowance Fellowship, William and Mary Law School, 1986-1990
Folder 35: City of Suffolk, 1986-1990
Folder 36: City of Suffolk, 1986-1990
Folder 37: American Electric Power Company, 1987
Folder 38: American Electric Power Company, 1987
Folder 39: Completed Engagements, 1987
Folder 40: Completed Engagements, 1987
Folder 41: Completed Engagements, 1987
Box 4
Folder 1: Invitations Declined, 1987
Folder 2: Invitations Declined, 1987
Folder 3: Recommendations, 1987
Folder 4: Recommendations, 1987
Folder 5: Recommendations, 1987
Folder 6: Dan River, 1987-1988
Folder 7: Dan River, 1987-1988
Folder 8: Mills E. Godwin, Jr. - UVA, Law School, Class of '38 Reunion, 1988
Folder 9: Mills E. Godwin, Jr. - UVA, Law School, Class of '38 Reunion, 1988
Folder 10: Recommendations, 1988
Folder 11: Recommendations, 1988
Folder 12: Recommendations, 1988
Folder 13: Recommendations, 1988
Folder 14: Camp Foundation, 1987-1988
Folder 15: Camp Foundation, 1987-1988
Folder 16: Camp Foundation, 1987-1988
Folder 17: Invitations Declined, 1988
Folder 18: Invitations Declined, 1988
Folder 19: Invitations Declined, 1988
Folder 20: Republican Party, 1988
Folder 21: Republican Party, 1988
Folder 22: Christmas Gifts, 1988-1989
Folder 23: Christmas Gifts, 1988-1989
Folder 24: Political Papers, 1985-1988
Folder 25: Political Papers, 1985-1988
Folder 26: Beazley Foundation, 1989-1990
Folder 27: Beazley Foundation, 1989-1990
Folder 28: Beazley Foundation, 1989-1990
Folder 29: Beazley Foundation, 1989-1990
Folder 30: Camp Foundation, 1989-1990
Folder 31: Camp Foundation, 1989-1990
Folder 32: John N. Dalton Oncology Clinic, Medical College of Virginia, 1989-1990
Folder 33: Historic St. Luke's Restoration, 1989-1990
Folder 34: Virginia Wesleyan College, 1989-1990
Folder 35: Virginia Wesleyan College, 1989-1990
Folder 36: Engagements Completed, 1990
Folder 37: Invitations Declined, 1990
Folder 38: Invitations Declined, 1990
Folder 39: Dan River, Inc., 1990
Folder 40: D. French Slaughter, 1990
Folder 41: Pledge Bonds, 1990
Smith, Byrd, Godwin, amendment to Virginia Constitution to issue local and state pledge bonds for transportation purposes.
Folder 42: Pledge Bonds, 1990
Smith, Byrd, Godwin, amendment to Virginia Constitution to issue local and state pledge bonds for transportation purposes.
Folder 43: Recommendations, 1990
Folder 44: Recommendations, 1990
Folder 45: Recommendations, 1990
Folder 46: Republican Party, 1990

Campaign Scrapbook of Newspaper Clippings, May 1972-March 1973.

Campaign Scrapbook of Newspaper Clippings, April-November 1973.

Folder 47: Republican Party, 1990

Campaign Scrapbook of Newspaper Clippings, May 1972-March 1973.

Campaign Scrapbook of Newspaper Clippings, April-November 1973.

Series 12: Accession 1994.66, 1981-1992

Circa 2,070 items.

These papers composite a largely non-political nature. Most of the letters concern personal matters, invitations, get-well wishes, and letters of sympathy. Political papers concern the 1992 Virginia Bond issue, Godwin's contribution to Bush's 1988 and 1992 presidential campaigns, Chichester for lieutenant-governor in 1985, the 1989 gubernatorial race (Coleman v. Wilder), the Virginia Republican Party, Godwin's support for Trible for Republican gubernatorial candidate in 1989, the 1978-1979 HEW controversy in Virginia (desegregation of higher education), and the 1986-87 Virginia Transportation Commission.

Correspondents include Gerald Baliles, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., J. Marshall Coleman, Albertis S. Harrison, Charles S. Robb, John Warner, Richard Short and Hunter Andrews.

This series is arranged by subject.

Box 1
Folder 1: Bond Issue 1992, 8 June 1992-21 November 1992

34 items.

Items include letters to and from Mills E. Godwin about the 1992 $613 million general obligation bond issue, a report from Virginia officials arguing in favor of the bond, a copy of the report sent from state senator Hunter B. Andrews to members of the Senate, letters from the Virginians for Progress Foundation, news clippings and editorials.

Folder 2: George Bush presidential campaigns 1988 and 1992, 4 February 1988-6 November 1992, no date

28 items.

Items include correspondence with Godwin regarding campaign contributions, newspaper clippings, letters from representatives of the Republican Party and Bush campaign in Virginia to Godwin, and an invitation to Bush's inauguration (1988).

Folder 3: John H. Chichester, Candidate for lieutenant-governor in 1985, 17 January 1985-30 December 1985

34 items.

Items include letters between Godwin and Chichester, a collection of clippings and information about Douglas Wilder's record, letters, memos, and editorials.

Folder 4: Citizens against Pledge Bonds, Inc., 2 October 1990-10 January 1992

34 items.

Items include a copy of the 1991 bill for 1991 education general obligation issue, a list of proposed projects, letters to and from the opposition group (Citizens against . . .), editorials, and legal papers.

Folder 5: J. Marshall Coleman, 13 June 1988-3 December 1989, no date

42 items.

Items include the campaign for Governor in 1988 - editorials, newspaper articles, correspondence between Coleman and Godwin, correspondence with Harry F. Byrd, Jr., an extensive Wall Street Journal article about the race, miscellaneous letters, etc.

Folder 6: College of William and Mary, 2 July 1979-27 February 1986

27 items.

Items include invitations to various functions, papers concerning Camp Foundation, personal letters, correspondence between Godwin and Doug Rendleman (Godwin Professor of Law at Marshall-Wythe School of Law), letters to and from Anne Dobie Peebles, Davis Paschall and Thomas Graves, letters concerning the 1984 presidential search, news clippings and letters to and from Margaret Cook of Swem Library.

Folder 7: College of William and Mary, 21 March 1986-26 October 1989

24 items.

Items include invitations, papers concerning the planning of the Tercentenary Celebration, news clipping of Queen Elizabeth's address commemorating the Glorious Revolution, letters to and from Paul Verkuil, Tim Sullivan, Anne Dobie Peebles, and photographs.

Subseries 1: Engagements Completed, 1987-1992
Folder 8: Engagements Completed, 8 September 1987-20 June 1988

14 items.

Items include thank you letters and letters of regret for functions, banquets, visitations.

Folder 9: Engagements Completed, 7 July 1988-22 November 1988

7 items.

Items include thank you letters and letters of regret for parties, receptions, etc.

Folder 10: Engagements Completed, 30 March 1989-9 November 1989
10 items. Items include thank you letters and letters of regret concerning various banquets, parties, and gatherings.
Folder 11: Engagements Completed, 3 December 1990-16 October 1991

22 items.

Items include thank you letters and letters of regret to various people and organizations.

Folder 12: Engagements Completed, 16 October 1991-17 November 1991

40 items.

Items include correspondence with Oliver North and paper from the International Churchill Society (including a letter to Justice Clarence Thomas), letters to and from Godwin about the 1991 International Churchill Society Conference in Richmond, Virginia and copies of a speech and essay by Churchill).

Folder 13: Engagements Completed, 28 January 1992-30 December 1992

27 items.

Items include correspondence between Godwin and Tim Sullivan concerning Sullivan's inauguration as president of the College of William and Mary, letters concerning speaking engagements at Paul D. Camp Community College, Diane Russell's fourth grade class at Larchmont Elementary School, the State Council on Higher Education and letters concerning other engagements.

Folder 14: Elon College, 12 April 1983-21 December 1989

29 items.

Items include papers, business letters and personal letters concerning affairs at Elon College in North Carolina.

Folder 15: J. Smith Ferebee - In Memoriam, 5 September 1985-24 April 1990

15 items.

Items include letters, a copy of the eulogy given by Godwin, and news clippings.

Subseries 2: General Papers and Letters, 1981-1992
Folder 16: General Papers and Letters, 27 August 1981-8 April 1985

44 items.

Items include personal letters, letters to and from William B. Spong, former Dean of the Marshall-Wythe Law School, and information about Festival Williamsburg.

Folder 17: General Papers and Letters, 9 April 1985-19 December 1985

55 items.

Items include personal letters.

Folder 18: General Papers and Letters, 30 December 1985-13 March 1986

33 items.

Items include personal letters from Charles S. Robb, John Dalton and other friends and acquaintances.

Box 2
Subseries 2: General Papers and Letters, 1981-1992
Folder 1: General papers and letters, 6 June 1986-31 December 1986

38 items.

Items include personal letters.

Folder 2: General papers and letters, 7 January 1987-22 July 1987

40 items.

Items include personal letters, and letters and papers concerning Godwin's involvement in various organizations and enterprises.

Folder 3: General papers and letters, 6 August 1987-31 December 1987

35 items.

Items include personal letters.

Folder 4: General papers and letters, 4 January 1988-15 May 1988

31 items.

Items include personal letters concerning personal commitments (e.g., Bridgewater College, Medical College of Virginia, Boy Scouts).

Folder 5: General papers and letters, 1 June 1988-15 December 1988

33 items.

Items concern personal letters; correspondence concerning Hope Spivey, a gymnast from Godwin's hometown; and letters of concern relating to Godwin's hospitalization.

Folder 6: General papers and letters, 1 January 1989-12 July 1989

39 items.

Items include personal letters, letters regarding personal business transactions.

Folder 7: General papers and letters, 18 July 1989-6 December 1989

34 items.

Items include personal letters concerning business transactions, a letter regarding the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel, and letters concerning the death of Carter Lowance.

Folder 8: General papers and letters, 2 January 1990-20 June 1990
42 items. Item include personal letters, and letters regarding personal business transactions.
Folder 9: General papers and letters, 25 June 1990-19 December 1990, no date

41 items.

Items include personal letters, and letters regarding personal business transactions.

Folder 10: General papers and letters, 28 December 1990-7 August 1991

23 items.

Items include personal letters.

Folder 11: General papers and letters, 9 August 1991-27 December 1991

22 items.

Items include personal letters.

Folder 12: General papers and letters, 15 January 1992-30 December 1992

43 items.

Items include information about a west Norfolk, Virginia tract of industrial property, personal letters, and letters regarding personal business transactions.

Subseries 3: GOP, 1988-1992
Folder 13: GOP, 12 January 1988-15 November 1989
25 items. Items include an essay on the "Reagan legacy," a newsletter devoted to '88 presidential election in Virginia, editorials, letters concerning campaigns, a biographical sketch of Howard Worth Smith, letters to and from Godwin regarding functions, campaign strategy, etc., roster of committee chairpersons for Virginia Republican Party (1989), and letters and papers about various other facets of Virginia Republican politics.
Folder 14: GOP, 6 January 1992-22 May 1992

39 items.

Items include invitations for fun raising functions, news clippings, letters to and from George Allen, a letter from Harry F. Byrd, letter to Godwin asking for his support of Pat Buchanan, letter from John Warner, and other letters dealing with GOP races in 1992.

Folder 15: GOP, 23 May 1992-18 August 1992

25 items.

Items include letters to and from Davis Paschall and Pat Robertson, letters and newsletters from the Suffolk Republican Party headquarters, and an article from The Sun about young Republican volunteers.

Folder 16: GOP, 12 October 1992-7 December 1992, no date

26 items.

Items include fund raising letters, news clippings and editorials, a letter from Harry F. Byrd with enclosed editorial, letters from the Republican National Committee, a letter from Dan Quayle, card from George Bush, news clipping about Charles Robb, and other papers relating to GOP contests in 1992.

Folder 17: Governor's Office, 23 May 1978-15 April 1991

29 items.

Items include a copy of the 1978 joint resolution about the Harry F. Byrd Memorial Commission, and letters from John Dalton and Charles Robb.

Folder 18: Greater Hampton Roads Organization, 14 May 1980-3 October 1983, no date

31 items.

Items include financial statements from June 1981, letters (business and personal), a letter to Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., a report, "Invest in America's Cities" from U. S. Conference of Mayor's Conference in Zurich, Switzerland, and other papers.

Folder 19: Higher Education, 3 January 1978-28 April 1979, no date

57 items.

Item include the HEW controversy: editorials, news clippings, and letters relating to Virginia desegregation efforts and HEW directives regarding such efforts.

Subseries 4: Invitations Declined, 1989-1992
Folder 20: Invitations Declined, 23 January 1989-20 April 1989

28 items.

Items include invitations and letters of regret.

Box 3
Subseries 4: Invitations Declined
Folder 1: Invitations Declined, 24 April 1989-21 September 1989

27 items.

Items include invitations and letters of regret.

Folder 2: Invitations Declined, 21 September 1989-18 December 1989

21 items.

Items include invitations and letters of regret.

Folder 3: Invitations Declined, 20 December 1990-24 October 1991

44 items.

Items include invitations and letters of regret.

Folder 4: Invitations Declined, 24 October 1991-5 June 1992, no date

31 items.

Items include invitations and letters of regret.

Folder 5: Invitations Declined, 18 June 1992-23 December 1992

27 items.

Items include invitations and letters of regret.

Subseries 5: Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, 1988-1992
Folder 6: Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, 5 July 1985-27 July 1988
36 items. Items include letters to and from Godwin about his membership on the Board of Directors, financial report from December 1985, various papers about Foundation business, and financial statements for 1986.
Folder 7: Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, 5 July 1985-27 July 1988

22 items.

Items include 1989 Annual Report for Development Program for Jamestown-Yorktown Educational Trust, newsletters from Jamestown-Yorktown Educational Trust, and other papers.

Folder 8: Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, 5 July 1985-27 July 1988

25 items.

Items include letters concerning Jamestown-Yorktown Educational Trust, letters concerning the opening of the Jamestown Settlement Galleries, and letters regarding various other functions.

Folder 9: Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1 January 1990-18 September 1992

7 items.

Items include a list of trustees, pamphlet about the Monticello cabinet, and magazine article about the roof of Monticello.

Folder 10: Lottery in Virginia, 31 December 1986-5 November 1987

42 items.

Items include letters and copies of speeches in opposition to the proposed lottery in 1987.

Folder 11: Miscellaneous, 1949, 1977-1986, no date

37 items.

Items include a program from the Boy Scout meeting of 28 April 1949, personal letters, photographs, letter from president of University of Virginia, legal papers, and a copy of the Suffolk newspaper with an article about Virginia's Community Colleges.

Subseries 6: Personal Papers, 1980-1988
Folder 12: Personal Papers, 10 January 1980-21 August 1986

49 items.

Items include personal letters, letters concerning personal business transactions, invitation to the first inaugural of Ronald Reagan, correspondence regarding proposed magazine advertisement featuring Godwin, correspondence between Godwin and William and Mary College Republicans, letters concerning awards and honors, correspondence regarding Federal appointment of Godwin by President Nixon, and correspondence between Godwin and former William and Mary president Davis Paschall.

Folder 13: Personal Papers, 7 October 1986-4 January 1988

30 items.

Items include personal letters, letters regarding personal business transactions, correspondence regarding the book Suffolk: A Pictorial History and Godwin's foreword to the text.

Folder 14: Personal Papers, 7 January 1988-31 December 1988

43 items.

Items include personal letters, letters concerning personal business transactions, newspaper editorial with reference to Godwin, correspondence between Godwin and Mrs. Pitonyak's fourth grade class, newspaper article about the Governor's Mansion, and a list of buildings in Virginia named after Godwin.

Subseries 7: Political Papers, 1989-1992, no date
Folder 15: Political Papers, 3 January 1989-6 December 1989

26 items.

Items include letters to and from Virginia politicians, articles about Judge Willard H. Douglas, Jr., and a letter from Richard T. Short with enclosed letters to prominent politicians (e.g., Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms.

Folder 16: Political Papers, 3 January 1990-7 November 1991

32 items.

Items include letters to and from Godwin regarding Virginia politics, including correspondence with Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Albertis Harrison, Hunter Andrews, and Davis Paschall.

Folder 17: Political Papers, 4 December 1991-21 December 1992, no date

25 items.

Items include news clippings, editorials, photograph of President and Mrs. Bush, photograph of Teddy Roosevelt in the Panama Canal, correspondence with Richard Short, Pat Buchanan, Davis Paschall and others. Also included is the Times-Dispatch editorial on the 1992 L.A. riots and letter of reaction from Godwin.

Folder 18: Transportation Commission, 25 March 1986-24 September 1987

29 items.

Items include letters, official papers, and news clippings concerning the 1986-87 Governor's Commission on Transportation. Also included are comments by former Governor Albertis S. Harrison.

Folder 19: Transportation Commission, 7 December 1987-6 January 1988, no date

18 items.

Items include the December 1987 Report of the Local Financing Options Subcommittee, letter of thanks to Godwin from Governor Baliles, draft of the final report, news clippings, roster of Commission members, copy of remarks made by Godwin concerning his reservations about the final report.

Folder 20: Trible, Paul (Campaign for Governor 1989), 11 November 1988-26 June 1989, no date

31 items.

Items include letters written to Godwin in support of Trible, campaign newsletters, newspaper articles about Godwin's endorsement of Trible, and Godwin's letter announcing endorsement.

Folder 21: Virginia Cultural Laureate Society, 14 May 1987-23 March 1988

20 items.

Items include invitations to meetings and ceremonies, and letters concerning affairs of the society.

Box 4
Folder 1: Virginia - General Papers, 27 October 1987-6 March 1991

21 items.

Items include letters concerning Virginia's international trade, the State Water Authority, the Virginia State Library, an invitation to the 1990 inauguration of Douglas Wilder, and a letter from the William and Mary School of Business Administration.

Folder 2: Virginia - General Papers, 11 March 1991-1 October 1992

15 items.

Items include correspondence between Governor Godwin and various state senators, a copy of speech given by Frances Hallam Hurt in support of state arts program, a letter from Lio Bourassa expressing concern about Virginia water problems, the 1991 Report of the Secretary of Finance on Virginia's financial situation, and miscellaneous letters.

Subseries 8: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 1987-1992
Folder 3: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 21 July 1986-4 August 1987
34 items. Items include letters pertaining to finances and business of the Foundation as well as personal letters.
Folder 4: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 4 August 1987-22 December 1988

37 items.

Items include letters pertaining to business and finances of Foundation as well as personal letters.

Folder 5: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 10 January 1989-20 December 1989

27 items.

Items include business and personal letters concerning affairs of the Foundation.

Folder 6: Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, 20 December 1989-18 December 1992

50 items.

Items include business and personal letters.

Folder 7: Virginia Wesleyan College, 18 January 1991-24 November 1992, no date

46 items.

Items include official papers, letters and memoranda concerning affairs of the college.


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[Series 4: Schedules, 1966-1978],
[Series 5: Speeches, 1957-1978],
[Series 6: Citations and Plaques],
[Series 7: Audiovisual, 1966-1976],
[Series 8: Scrapbooks, 1943-1978],
[Series 9: Political Memorabilia and Selected Material, 1965-1973],
[Series 10: Accession 1985.15, 1978-1983],
[Series 11: Accession 1989.29, 1978-1990],
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Administrative Information

Repository
Special Collections Research Center
Acquisition Source
Mills E. Godwin, Jr.
Acquisition Method

Gift: 27 cubic feet 12/15/1978.

Gift: ca. 40,000 items, 10/1/1978.

Gift: 1 item, 06/01/1979. Gift: 3 cartons, 1985.

Gift: 4 cartons, 1989.

Gift:  1 box, 9/12/1991

Purchase: 11 items, 04/01/1994. Gift: ca. 2,070 items, 1994.

Separated Materials

Two campaign buttons (78G54.01ab) were transferred to the Manuscripts Artifact Collection (Mss. 1.03).

All audiovisual material from this collection has been moved to the Manuscripts Audiovisual Collection.

Related Materials

Related papers can be found in the faculty-alumni file at the University Archive, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

Other related papers can be found at the Library of Virginia.

Audiocassettes, phonograph records, and reel-to-reel tapes from this collection have been moved to the Manuscripts Audiovisual Collection.

Note: The College of William and Mary, Swem Library, Special Collections has a copy of the inventory/finding aid to this collection at the Library of Virginia. It is located with the Mills E. Godwin Jr. Papers. Executive Papers of Mills E. Godwin Jr., Library of Virginia, 800 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va. 23219 USA.

Preferred Citation
Mills E. Godwin Jr. Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
Finding Aid Revision History
Updated by Anne Johnson in 2010.
Other URL
http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/wm/viw00042.frame