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Governor Barbara Roberts Papers

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Abstract

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Audiovisual

Campaigns

Organizations

Personal

Photographs

Political

Post-gubernatorial

Press

Speeches

Writings



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Collection Overview

Title: Governor Barbara Roberts Papers, 1870-2011Add to your cart.

ID: SC/2005.3

Primary Creator: Roberts, Barbara (1936-)

Extent: 49.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement: The original order of the collection has, for the most part, been preserved where present; this order is reflected most clearly in the Speeches series and in the Press by Subject subseries. Beyond these instances, original order was only clearly identifiable at a folder level, and this order has been preserved where present. All original folder titles have been preserved in quotations, though additional descriptive information has been added to further clarify in many cases. Other materials have been grouped into series by subject or format, with an attempt to highlight the distinct stages of Roberts’ career and her involvement with various groups and individuals at both the state and national levels. Within series, except in the cases of following original order (such as for manuscript drafts), subseries and folders have, for the most part, been arranged alphabetically. A notable exception is within the Political Activities series, which has been arranged to roughly reflect the trajectory of Roberts’ career. The audiovisual materials have also been arranged chronologically. When following a chronological order, more general dates follow more specific dates, with undated materials appearing last; when following orders of importance or other internal groupings, more general items follow last.

Date Acquired: 09/13/2005

Subjects: Autism--Government policy, Cambridge (Mass.), Clinton, William J. (William Jefferson), 1946-, Compassion & Choices (Organization), Democratic Party (Or.), Elections--Oregon, Ferraro, Geraldine, Harvard University. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Oregon, Oregon. Governor (1991-1995 : Roberts), Oregon. Land Board, State, Oregon. Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives., Oregon. Secretary of State (1985-1991 : Roberts), Oregon Progress Board, Portland State University, Portland State University. Hatfield School of Government, Roberts, Barbara, 1936-, Roberts, Frank L., 1915-1993, Spotted owl--Oregon., Women Politicians--Oregon

Languages: English, Japanese

Abstract

Barbara Roberts (1936- ) was Oregon’s first female governor (1991-1995). This office was one in a long series of public service that included serving as a lobbyist for education for autistic children, Multnomah County Commissioner, State Representative, and Secretary of State. In addition to papers relating to her time in these offices, the collection also includes materials relating to her involvement with the Democratic Party; materials regarding issues such as gay rights, abortion rights, public transit, and environmental conservation; materials from her post-gubernatorial academic positions at Harvard University and Portland State University; and records from her personal life.  Materials date from her grade school years in Sheridan in 1947 to 2011, though the bulk of the materials fall between 1978 and 2010.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Barbara Roberts Papers relate primarily to her political activities, including her lobbying for education for autistic children, her service as a Multnomah County Commissioner, as a State Representative, as Secretary of State, and as governor. Though her official papers from statewide office are held at the Oregon State Archives, her personal papers offer a complementary insight into the many activities—civic, political, and personal—that Roberts was involved in throughout her life. In addition to materials related to her political offices, the collection includes personal papers relating to family and friends, her advocacy of issues such as gay rights, abortion rights, public transit, and environmental conservation, and materials regarding her post-gubernatorial academic positions at Harvard University and Portland State University. Materials date from her elementary school years in Sheridan in 1947 to 2011, though the bulk of the materials fall between 1978 and 2010. Some collected historical documents predate the primary collection records.

 

The Barbara Roberts Papers are divided into 10 series: Audiovisual; Campaigns; Organizations; Personal; Photographs; Political; Post-gubernatorial; Press; Speeches; and Writings.

 

Collection materials are comprised of audiovisual materials, calendars, campaign memorabilia, certificates, clippings, correspondence, photographs, press releases, reports, manuscripts, newsletters, notes, pins, printed materials, scrapbooks, signs, speeches, textiles, travel materials, and other materials created, collected, or received by Barbara Roberts. Two 3.5” floppy disks present in the collection have been migrated, and are now accessible digitally for on-site users, as are images of plaques and memorabilia that have been returned to Roberts.

Collection Historical Note

The first woman to be elected Governor in Oregon, Barbara Roberts (1936-) served in that position from 1991-1995.  Prior to her term and in the subsequent years, Roberts has been actively involved in Portland and Oregon politics and community organizations. A fourth-generation Oregonian, Roberts was born Barbara Kay Hughey December 21, 1936 in Corvallis, OR, to Bob and Carmen Hughey. She had one younger sister, Patricia (Pat) Welter.Barbara Roberts graduated from Sheridan High School, where she served on the cheerleading squad and as student body secretary, in 1955.  During her senior year, she married her high school sweetheart, Neal Sanders. Following high school, she moved with her husband to Texas, where he was stationedby the Navy. There she gave birth to her two sons, Mike and Mark, before the family moved back to Oregon. She and Sanders divorced in 1972.

            The challenges Roberts faced in finding adequate education for her autistic son, Mike, encouraged her to found the Portland chapter of the National Association for Autistic Children, and then to enter to enter politics as a lobbyist in 1969. While lobbying for Senate Bill 699, which passed in 1971, she met Frank Roberts, a state senator. They later married, in 1974. She first sought elected office at the local level, and served on the Parkrose School Board (1973-1983) as well as on the board of Mt. Hood Community College (1978-1981). Roberts served as a State Representative for District 17 from 1981-1985, and as majority leader  (the first woman to hold that position in Oregon) during her second term. 

            While Secretary of State (1985-1990) she was a strong advocate for a new State Archives building, increased handicapped accessibility to voting precincts, and expanded auditing duties for the Secretary of State office, among other issues. During that period, she was also appointed by Governor Neil Goldschmidt to chair the Governor’s Task Force on Workers’ Compensation Reform.

            In 1990, she won the gubernatorial election with a plurality of the vote, defeating Republican candidate David Frohnmayer. As governor (1991-1995) she faced a variety of challenges, including the passage of Measure 5, a tax cut measure that resulted in severely reduced state budgets and the clash between environmental and economic concerns embodied in the spotted owl issue. Her husband’s terminal illness provided an added complication, and his 1993 death was one of the reasons she cited when declaring her withdrawal from the 1994 gubernatorial race.

            While governor, Roberts worked closely with the Clinton administration, particularly in establishing the Oregon Health Plan and a joint state-federal effort, the Oregon Option. To educate voters about her tax plan, created in the hopes of making up for some of the shortfall created by Measure 5, Roberts pioneered the Conversation with Oregon, an enterprise utilizing the state’s Ed-Net system, to communicate via an interactive video link with voters across the state. Despite this effort and her strong lobbying efforts on behalf of the plan, voters did not pass the plan. She also used the Ed-Net system in her teen pregnancy prevention efforts. Among the many other issues that she has advocated for during and after her time in office are environmental issues, early childhood education, gay rights, pro-choice measures, public transit, and the right to death with dignity.

            After leaving office, Governor Roberts was named director of the Harvard University Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government (a program that she herself attended while Secretary of State) and a senior fellow to the Women and Public Policy Program.  In 1998, she returned to Portland and accepted a position at Portland State University's Hatfield School of Government's Executive Leadership Institute as Associate Director of Leadership Development; while there, she was involved in the establishment of the Legacy Program.  In 2011, Roberts was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Portland Metro Council. During her post-gubernatorial period, Roberts also embarked on two major writing projects: 2002’s Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology: A Guide for Facing Death and Loss, which offered both guidance to others and an account of her own experiences with grieving for loved ones, and her 2011 autobiography, Up the Capitol Steps.

Biographical Note

The first woman to be elected Governor in Oregon, Barbara Roberts (1936-) served in that position from 1991-1995.  Prior to her term and in the subsequent years, Roberts has been actively involved in Portland and Oregon politics and community organizations. A fourth-generation Oregonian, Roberts was born Barbara Kay Hughey December 21, 1936 in Corvallis, OR, to Bob and Carmen Hughey. She had one younger sister, Patricia (Pat) Welter. Barbara Roberts graduated from Sheridan High School, where she served on the cheerleading squad and as student body secretary, in 1955.  During her senior year, she married her high school sweetheart, Neal Sanders. Following high school, she moved with her husband to Texas, where he was stationed by the Navy. There she gave birth to her two sons, Mike and Mark, before the family moved back to Oregon. She and Sanders divorced in 1972.

The challenges Roberts faced in finding adequate education for her autistic son, Mike, encouraged her to found the Portland chapter of the National Society for Autistic Children, and then to enter to enter politics as a lobbyist in 1969. While lobbying for Senate Bill 699, which passed in 1971, she met Frank Roberts, a state senator. They later married, in 1974. She first sought elected office at the local level, and served on the Parkrose School Board (1973-1983) as well as on the board of Mt. Hood Community College (1978-1981). Roberts served as a State Representative for District 17 from 1981-1985, and as majority leader  (the first woman to hold that position in Oregon) during her second term.

While Secretary of State (1985-1990) she was a strong advocate for a new State Archives building, increased handicapped accessibility to voting precincts, and expanded auditing duties for the Secretary of State office, among other issues. During that period, she was also appointed by Governor Neil Goldschmidt to chair the Governor’s Task Force on Workers’ Compensation Reform.

In 1990, she won the gubernatorial election with a plurality of the vote, defeating Republican candidate David Frohnmayer. As governor (1991-1995) she faced a variety of challenges, including the passage of Measure 5, a tax cut measure that resulted in severely reduced state budgets, and the clash between environmental and economic concerns embodied in the spotted owl issue. Her husband’s terminal illness provided an added complication, and his 1993 death was one of the reasons she cited when declaring her withdrawal from the 1994 gubernatorial race.

While governor, Roberts worked closely with the Clinton administration, particularly in establishing the Oregon Health Plan and a joint state-federal effort, the Oregon Option. To educate voters about her tax plan, created in the hopes of making up for some of the shortfall created by Measure 5, Roberts pioneered the Conversation with Oregon, an enterprise utilizing the state’s Ed-Net system, to communicate via an interactive video link with voters across the state. Despite this effort and her strong lobbying efforts on behalf of the plan, voters did not pass the plan. She also used the Ed-Net system in her teen pregnancy prevention efforts. Among the many other issues that she has advocated for during and after her time in office are environmental issues, early childhood education, gay rights, pro-choice measures, public transit, and the right to death with dignity.

After leaving office, Governor Roberts was named director of the Harvard University Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government (a program that she herself attended while Secretary of State) and a senior fellow to the Women and Public Policy Program.  In 1998, she returned to Portland and accepted a position at Portland State University's Hatfield School of Government's Executive Leadership Institute as Associate Director of Leadership Development; while there, she was involved in the establishment of the Legacy Program.  In 2011, Roberts was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Portland Metro Council. During her post-gubernatorial period, Roberts also embarked on two major writing projects: 2002’s Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology: A Guide for Facing Death and Loss, which offered both guidance to others and an account of her own experiences with grieving for loved ones, and her 2011 autobiography, Up the Capitol Steps.

Subject/Index Terms

Autism--Government policy
Cambridge (Mass.)
Clinton, William J. (William Jefferson), 1946-
Compassion & Choices (Organization)
Democratic Party (Or.)
Elections--Oregon
Ferraro, Geraldine
Harvard University. John F. Kennedy School of Government
Oregon
Oregon. Governor (1991-1995 : Roberts)
Oregon. Land Board, State
Oregon. Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives.
Oregon. Secretary of State (1985-1991 : Roberts)
Oregon Progress Board
Portland State University
Portland State University. Hatfield School of Government
Roberts, Barbara, 1936-
Roberts, Frank L., 1915-1993
Spotted owl--Oregon.
Women Politicians--Oregon

Administrative Information

Repository: Finding Aids: Special Collections & University Archives

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to research.

Technical Access Note: Obsolete audiovisual materials that have not yet been digitized may not currently be viewable.

Acquisition Source: Barbara Roberts

Related Materials: Official government records from the Governor Barbara Roberts Administration are held at the Oregon State Archives. Materials from her terms as Secretary of State are included in its holdings for the Office of the Secretary of State. For more information please see http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/pages/records/governors/guides/state/roberts/robertsseries.html.

Related Publications: Susan Madsen's 2005-2008 correspondence and interviews with Barbara Roberts (Regarding Interviews, Box 8) later resulted in a chapter in her book, Developing Leadership: Learning from the Experiences of Women Governors (2009).


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Audiovisual, 1984-2010],
[Series 2: Campaigns, 1977-1995],
[Series 3: Organizations, 1955-2010],
[Series 4: Personal, 1870-2015],
[Series 5: Photographs, ca. 1970-2010],
[Series 6: Political, 1969-2011],
[Series 7: Post-gubernatorial, 1995-2016],
[Series 8: Press, 1978-2010],
[Series 9: Speeches, 1978-2008],
[Series 10: Writings, 1972-2010],
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Series 4: Personal, 1870-2015Add to your cart.
The Personal series contains materials relating to Roberts’ family; biographical materials, particularly relating to Roberts’ early life; awards and honors she received; personal correspondence not evidently related to any of Roberts’ political or organizational activities; and other miscellaneous records. The correspondence with her mother, though limited, is primarily outgoing and offers a rich insight into Roberts’ personal feelings, while Roberts’ outgoing newsletters to family and friends provide periodic summaries of Roberts’ life after the governorship.
Sub-Series 1: Awards and Honors, 1870-2010Add to your cart.
See also: Digital files for imaged plaques and awards
Box 47Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Arkansas Traveler Certificate, 1986Add to your cart.
Signed by Gov. Bill Clinton
Folder 11: Honorary Name of the Realm Certificate from the Royal Rosarians, 1993Add to your cart.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Barbara Roberts High School, 1996-2006Add to your cart.
Includes photographs; a VHS tape mentioned as an inclusion with a letter from 1/14/03 has been separated to the Audiovisual Materials series
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Barbara Roberts Human Services Building, 2005-2007Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Barbara Roberts Human Services Building--Dedication and Naming Ceremony, 3/22/06, 2006Add to your cart.
Folder 5: A Celebration of the Uncommon Women of Portland, 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Dedication of the Barbara Roberts Low-Floor Light Rail MAX Car, 8/25/98, 1998Add to your cart.
Includes photos
Folder 9: Governor's Gold Award, 1993Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Honorary Doctor of Laws from Willamette University, 1992Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Kennedy School of Government Alumni Award, 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Lucille Hart Award, 1993Add to your cart.
Folder 14: March of Dimes White Rose Award, 5/10/05, 2005Add to your cart.
Includes photo
Folder 15: Multnomah County Democrats' Dick Celsi Tribute Dinner, 3/19/2005, 2005Add to your cart.
Includes photographs, including one of Roberts with her children and grandchildren
Folder 17: National Notary Association (NNA) Achievement Award, 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Oregon Gay and Lesbian Law Association (OGALLA) Diamond Jubilee Award, 10/14/00, 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Oregon Women's Political Caucus (OWPC) Hero Award, 1994Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Walk of the Heroines, Portland State University, 2006, 2010Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Urban Pioneer Award, 2010Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Various, 1978-2009Add to your cart.
Includes photos; materials regarding: Mt. Hood Community College Patron Saint Award; Morrison Child and Family Services Muriel Goldman Award, etc.
Box OversizedAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Dedication of the Barbara Roberts Low-Floor Light Rail MAX Car- Framed Photo and Placard, 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 8: E.B. MacNaughton Civil Liberties Award, 1987Add to your cart.
Folder 16: National Governors' Association Commendation, 1994Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Biographical, ca. 1947-2006Add to your cart.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Biographical"- Resumes and Notes, 1980, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Biographical Sketches, Interview Transcripts, and Clippings, ca. 1984-2006Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Sheridan Grade School- Clippings and Photographs, ca. 1947-1950Add to your cart.
Folder 3a: Sheridan Grade School Scrapbook, ca. 1942- 1952Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Sheridan Grade School Fire- Clipping and Photographs, 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 5: High School Graduation, 1955Add to your cart.
Folder 7: High School- Photographs, ca. 1952-1955Add to your cart.
Folder 8: 50th High School Reunion, 1995Add to your cart.
Includes photographs
Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 6: High School- Letter Sweater, ca. 1954-1955Add to your cart.
Box OversizedAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: 50th High School Reunion- Two Enlarged High School Photos, ca. 1955; enlarged copies ca. 1995Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 3: Correspondence, 1969-2010Add to your cart.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Family--Incoming, 1984, 1990, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Death of father--Condolences, Incoming, 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Death of father--Thanks for support, Outgoing, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Hughey, Carmen (mother), Outgoing, 1980-1995Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Hughey, Carmen (mother), Outgoing note with clippings, 1992Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Roberts, Frank--Anniversary Cards, Reciprocal, 1993, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Anniversary Cards, Incoming, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Frank Roberts' Illness--Sympathy, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Son's Accident--Sympathy, 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Regarding Charitable Contributions, 1983-1991Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Christmas Cards, Outgoing, 1994, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Christmas Cards, Incoming, 1971-2001, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes Christmas card from Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter
Folder 13: Christmas Cards--Clinton and Gore, Incoming, 1993-2000Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Encouraging Roberts to Run for Governor Again, 2001, 2009Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Regarding Interviews, 2000-2009Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Invitations, 1982-2007Add to your cart.
Includes invitation to Betty Roberts' 1982 Supreme Court investiture
Folder 17: Regarding Offers of Academic Positions, 1994-1997Add to your cart.
Folder 18: From Parents of Special Needs Children, 1990, 1994Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Regarding Post-9/11 Life News Article, 2003Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Newsletters and Updates, Outgoing, 1997-2003Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Nominations, 1978-2009Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Nomination of Danny Santos for Mercedes Deiz Award, 2006Add to your cart.
Includes photograph
Folder 23: Regarding Purchases, 1981-1989Add to your cart.
Folder 24: Regrets, 1995-2005Add to your cart.
Folder 25: Regarding Special Olympics Invitees, 2003Add to your cart.
Box 9AAdd to your cart.
Folder 26: Thanks for Speeches and Appearances, 1997-2015Add to your cart.
Folder 27: General--Incoming, 1985, 1990-2000Add to your cart.
Includes photograph
Folder 28: General--Incoming, 2003-2010Add to your cart.
Includes photographs
Folder 29: General--Incoming, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 26a: Personal Correspondence - Jules BaileyAdd to your cart.
Folder 27a: Personal Correspondence -2001-2009Add to your cart.
Folder 28a: Personal Correspondence - 2010-2011Add to your cart.
Folder 29a: Personal Correspondence - 2012Add to your cart.
Folder 30a: Personal Correspondence - 2013Add to your cart.
Folder 31a: Personal Correspondence - 2014Add to your cart.
Folder 30: Bean, Terry, 2006, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 31: Cowan, Jean, 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 32: Cudmore, Alyssa, 2005Add to your cart.
Correspondence with and regarding a graduating high school student who admired Barbara Roberts
Folder 33: Eberhard, Fern, 1992Add to your cart.
Eberhard was Roberts' high school speech teacher.
Folder 34: Frohnmayer, Dave, 1991, 1997Add to your cart.
Folder 35: Hass, Mark, 1992, 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 36: Marshall, Margaret, 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 37: Neuberger, Maurine, 1969Add to your cart.
Folder 38: Overbeck, Marc, 1995, 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 39: Richards, Cecile, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 40: Santos, Danny, 2005Add to your cart.
Santos was Roberts' legal counsel when she was governor.
Folder 41: Straub, Robert (Bob) and Pat, 1996-2004, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 42: Schweitzer, Brian, 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 43: Simpson, Alan, 2001Add to your cart.
Folder 44: Smith, Kevin, 1997Add to your cart.
Smith served as Roberts' Chief of Staff while she was governor.
Folder 45: Stachon, Eric, 2005Add to your cart.
Stachon served as spokesman for 1000 Friends of Oregon.
Folder 46: Weeks, Gary, ca. 2005Add to your cart.
Weeks served as Director of the Executive Department near the end of Roberts' term as governor.
Sub-Series 4: Family, 1967-2003Add to your cart.
Box 9AAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Geneaology, 2004, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Hughey, Robert M.  (father), 1990-1991Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Hughey, Carmen (mother), 1971, 1992, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Murray, Bessie Nelson (grandmother), 1972, 1986, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes memorial tribute; draft of will; duplicate of telephoned telegram to Roberts' grandparents from Sen. and Mrs. Wayne Morse, sending regrets that they couldn't attend the anniversary party she told them about
Folder 5: Photographs, 1981-1994, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Photographs- Christmas 1991 at Mahonia Hall, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Photographs- Parents, ca. 1980s-1990Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Roberts, Frank (husband), 1967-1995Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Roberts, Frank- Photographs, 1986-1993, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Sanders, Mike (son), 1976-2005, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes photos
Folder 12: Other Family Members, undated, 2003Add to your cart.
Includes a campaign flier for her first husband, Neal (Frank) Sanders
Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Plaque with Frank and Barbara Roberts wedding invitation, 1974Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 5: Miscellaneous, 1870- ca. 2004Add to your cart.
Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Library of Barbara Roberts Monogram Embossing Stamp, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Ashland, OR) Keychain, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Pins, ca. 1960s-2000sAdd to your cart.
Primarily political and event pins
Box OversizedAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Oregon Trail Stamp First Day of Issue, 2/12/93, 1993-1994Add to your cart.
Includes signed note on the back
Box 9BAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Apartment Rentals, 1983-1997Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Articles, Memorials, and Other Papers, ca. 1965-1993Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Biennial Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Oregon, to the Legislative Assembly, 1870Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Collected Business Cards, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Container Lists for Roberts' Collections at the Oregon State Archives, ca. 2004Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Postcard of Oregon City Court House, ca. 1905Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Precinct Identification Cards and Photocopy of Passport, 1985-1986, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: 1994 Tax Notes on Contributions and Expenses, 1994-1995Add to your cart.
Folder 13: "Women's File"--Articles, Research Materials, and Correspondence, 1987-1990Add to your cart.

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[Series 1: Audiovisual, 1984-2010],
[Series 2: Campaigns, 1977-1995],
[Series 3: Organizations, 1955-2010],
[Series 4: Personal, 1870-2015],
[Series 5: Photographs, ca. 1970-2010],
[Series 6: Political, 1969-2011],
[Series 7: Post-gubernatorial, 1995-2016],
[Series 8: Press, 1978-2010],
[Series 9: Speeches, 1978-2008],
[Series 10: Writings, 1972-2010],
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