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The Papers of Stanley C. Walker

Biography - Timeline - Scope and Contents - Organization - Provenance - Access - Container Listing & Series Description

Container Lists: Series I - Series II - Series III - Series IV - Series V - Series VI - Series VII - Series VIII -Series IX

Biography

Stanley Clay Walker was born July 2, 1923, in Norfolk, Virginia. He attended public schools in Norfolk and graduated from Fork Union Military Academy and the Norfolk Business College. When World War II began he enlisted in the United States Army and served in the European Theater, as part of an ordnance unit of the 82nd Airborne Division.

Following his discharge from service, Walker returned to Norfolk and became a partner in a steel fabricating and engineering firm. He married Sybil Bruce Moore, and had two daughters: Susan Gray Walker Meslang, who was one of the founders of the CHANCE educational program for disabled adults at Old Dominion University and Elizabeth Tray Walker, who is currently a attorney and government relations lobbyist for based in Alexandria, Virginia . Mrs. Walker served on the Board of Visitors, Old Dominion University, from March 30, 1990 to June 30, 1994. Walker served as President of Stanley Walker Associates, Inc. Walker was resided in Norfolk, until his death in 2001.

Walker, a Democrat, began his career in public service as a member of the Norfolk City School Board in 1959. This was shortly after the public schools reopened following the "Massive Resistance" program, which tried to thwart desegregation. Throughout his political career, Walker was a strong advocate for education on all levels. For his support of Old Dominion University throughout the years, when the school was transitioning from a college to a university, the Board of Visitors at the college awarded Walker as a resolution of appreciation, on September 17, 1992. The technology building at the Norfolk Campus of Tidewater Community College is named after him.

As one who wanted to reform the Democratic Party, he became active in a group known as "The Young Turks." Walker was elected to a seat in the House of Delegates in 1964 as a Representative of the consolidated 5th, 6th, and 7th districts of Norfolk. He took the oath of office on January 8, 1964, and served four terms there to 1971. In 1971, the Federal Court combined the senatorial districts into one multi-member district and Walker took the oath of office as Senator on January 12, 1972. He served from that date until January 2000, representing parts of Norfolk and parts of Virginia Beach in the Sixth Senatorial District (Walker lost his bid for reelection in 1999). One aspect of Walker's distinguished career was his service on the Virginia State Crime Commission. He became its first chairman in 1966 and served in that position to 1979. He was also a strong advocate for the protection of children, in which he was chairman for the Commission on Early Childhood and Child Day Care Programs.

Stanley C. Walker passed away on January 15, 2001.

Walker's office listed his Senate positions as follows:

  • President Pro Tempore: Elected by the Senate in 1988. Only member from Hampton Roads to ever hold this position. Responsibilities include assuming the duties of Lt. Governor in cases of vacancy, disability, or absence; procedural matters of the Senate; appointments to regional and national commissions; member of leadership team that confers with the Governor on matters of state.
  • Standing Committees: Finance, Co-Chairman, and Chairman of the Finance Subcommittee on Education; Education and Health, former Chairman; General Laws, former Chairman; Rules Committee, former Chairman; Privileges and Elections, Joint Rules; Co-Chairman of the Joint Budget Conference Committee made up of four members each from the House and Senate. Governor's Advisory Council on Revenue Estimates.
  • Legislative Commissions and Joint Committees: Joint Commission on Health Care, Chairman; Joint Legislative Audit and Review, former Chairman; Early Childhood and Child Day Care, Chairman; Equity in Public Education, Chairman; Small Business, Chairman; Reorganization of the Virginia State Library and Archives, Chairman; Future of Transportation in Virginia; State Water; Virginia Housing Study; State and Local Government Responsibility and Taxing Authority; Federal Block Grants; Educational Excellence; Educational Infrastructure; Future of Public Education; Preservation of the Capitol; Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; State Law Enforcement Planning Council; Virginia State Crime Commission; Commission on Early Childhood and Child Day Care Programs.
  • Civic organizations and boards: Norfolk Cosmopolitan Club; Planning Council of Hampton Roads; Isaac Walton League; Kempsville Ruritan; AF&AM, Corinthian Lodge No. 266; Norfolk City Recreation Commission; Norfolk Executives Club; Norfolk Citizen's Advisory Committee; First Virginia Bank of Tidewater; Leigh Memorial Hospital; Salvation Army State Advisory Board; Tidewater Association of Mental Health; Medical Center Hospital; Tidewater Toastmasters' Club.
  • Other Commissions (Boards, State, Regional, National) include: Senate Presidents' Forum, Board of Directors; Southern Legislative Conference (SLC) Executive Committee; SLC Education Committee, former Chairman; SLC Fiscal Affairs and Government Operations Committee, former Chairman; Eastern Regional Conference; National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) Federal Budget and Taxation Committee; NCSL Legislative Management Committee; Southern Regional Education Board; National Leadership Conference; Council of State Governments Intergovernmental Affairs; Southern Growth Policies Board; Elizabeth River Project Leadership Review Board; Governor's Conference on Education; Jobs for Virginia Graduates, Board of Directors; Planning Council; Sentara Hospitals, Trustee Emeritus; Old Dominion Research Foundation Board.

Timeline

1923

Stanley Clay Walker is born on July 2, 1923, in Norfolk, Virginia

1920s-1930s

Attends Norfolk Public Schools

1941?

Graduates from Fork Union Military academy

1942-1945

Joins the United States Army and serves in the European Theater, as part of an ordnance unit of the 82nd Airborne Division

1946?-

Attends Norfolk Business College

1950s

Marries the former Sybil Bruce Moore, and has two daughters: Susan Gray Walker Meslang and Elizabeth Tray Walker

1959

Appointed to Norfolk School Board

1964-1971

Serves in the Virginia House of Delegates

1966-1979

Serves on the Virginia State Crime Commission

1972-2000

Serves in the Virginia Senate

1988

Elected president pro tempore by the Virginia Senate

1991-2000

Serves on the for Commission on Early Childhood and Child Day Care Programs

1992

Old Dominion University Board of Visitors awards Walker a resolution of appreciation, for his support of the university

1997

The Stanley C. Walker Technologies Building opens on the Norfolk Campus of Tidewater Community College

1999

Looses bid for reelection in Virginia Senate to Republican Nick Rerras

2001

Stanley C. Walker passes away on January 15, 2001 in Norfolk, Virginia

Scope and Contents

The Walker Papers consist of 35 linear shelf feet in 80 document cases. They deal primarily with his legislative duties as a member of the House of Delegates, 1964-1971 and his service as a member of the Senate from 1972 to 1977, serving parts of Norfolk and parts of Virginia Beach in the Sixth Senatorial District. The papers consist of personal and legislative correspondence, legislative papers and files, speeches, copies of bills introduced, news releases, statistical data, clippings, maps, a poster, and studies.

The first series in the collection is Correspondence (19 cases), which a substantial portion deals with legislative matters. The bulk of the collection can be found within in Series II: Legislative Papers (22 cases), pertaining to Walker's work within in the General Assembly, in which he dealt with issues such as education, bills and legislation, special sessions, transportation, Equal Rights Amendment, the establishment of the Eastern Virginia Medical School, as well as taxes and budgets. Series III: Legislative Files (one artifact box and nine binder cases), consists of loose books and binders of compiled materials that Walker kept in regard to issues within the General Assembly and his Senate campaigns. Series IV: Virginia State Crime Commission (13 cases), also makes up a significant part of the collection, in regard to Walker's work within the commission, which consists of statistics and data, conferences, prison visits, parimutuel betting and gambling, as well as information regarding sex crimes, juvenile crime, drug and alcohol abuse. Within Series V (5 cases), there are political files in regard to Walker's campaigns, as well as speeches he made for these campaigns, which are found in Series VI (2 cases).

Walker was very meticulous in collecting articles and clippings on issues within the state of Virginia, as well as personal interest. This can be found in Series VI: Clippings (2 cases) and VIII: Scrapbooks (). The scrapbooks had to be scanned and copied, due to their fragile condition. There is also one box of miscellaneous materials (Series IX: Miscellaneous) which rounds out the collection.

Organization

There are a total of eight series within this collection, and most of the series are divided up into appropriate sub-series. The collection is set up in this manner:

Series I: Correspondence-Consists of correspondence both personal and legislative. In chronological-alpha order, with two sub-series.

Sub-series A: Personal Correspondence. Pertains to the personal correspondence of Stanley C. Walker. Ranges from 1965 to 1996. Consists of personal letters, cards, children's letters, as well as condolences.

Sub-series B: Legislative Correspondence. Pertains to the correspondence of when Walker was both a member of the House and Senate of the General Assembly of Virginia. Ranges from the 1960s to 1990s.

Series II: Legislative Papers-Consists of papers relating to issues that Walker dealt with as both a member of the House and Senate of the General Assembly of Virginia. Ranges from the 1960s to 1990s. In chronological-alpha order, with thirteen sub-series.

Sub-series A: Committees. Pertains to committees that Walker was a member of, or dealt with.

Sub-series B: Community. Pertains to community issues that Walker had interest and concerns for.

Sub-series C: Education. Walker had great concern and interest towards this issue. The sub-series involves legislation and issues with public and higher education, as well as Walker's recommendations and references for future college students.

Sub-series D: Employment. Pertains to employment issues that the General Assembly of Virginia dealt with, such as benefits and compensation.

Sub-series E: Environment. Pertains to environmental issues that the General Assembly of Virginia dealt, with including air and water pollution.

Sub-series F: General Assembly. Pertains to the issues that Walker dealt with, as both a member of the House and Senate. Issues include budgets, the Equal Rights Amendment, various bills and legislation, and constitutional revision

Sub-series G: Health. Pertains to the issues involving General Assembly legislation, as well as the founding of Eastern Virginia Medical School.

Sub-series H: Labor. Pertains to the issues in regard to labor in Virginia.

Sub-series I: Parks & Recreation. Pertains to the issues in regard to parks and recreation facilities in Virginia.

Sub-series J: Services. Pertains to the issues in regard to services provided to the state of Virginia, such as electricity, utilities, and sanitation.

Sub-series K: State Related. Pertains to state-related issues within Virginia.

Sub-series L: Tax/Revenue. Pertains to tax/revenue issues and legislation.

Sub-series M: Transportation. Pertains to transportation issues and legislation in Virginia, such as highways and mass transit.

Series III: Legislative Files-Consists of loose books and binders of compiled materials that Walker kept in regard to issues within the General Assembly and his Senate campaigns. The items are stored in artifact cases and archival binder cases. The date range for these materials is the 1990s. In chronological order, with no sub-series.

Series IV: Virginia State Crime Commission-Consists of papers relating to issues that Walker dealt with as a member of the Virginia State Crime Commission, which dealt with issues such as capital punishment, juvenile crime, parimutuel betting, and sex crimes. The date range for this series is 1960s-1980s. In chronological-alpha order, with twenty-three sub-series.

Sub-series A: General. Pertains to information regarding to the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series B: Arson. Pertains to information regarding the issue of arson in Virginia.

Sub-series C: Capital Punishment. Pertains to information regarding the issue of capital punishment in Virginia.

Sub-series D: Child/Domestic Abuse. Pertains to information regarding the issue of child/domestic Abuse in Virginia.

Sub-series E: Committees. Pertains to the committees within or worked with the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series F: Conferences. Pertains to the conferences that Walker attended for the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series G: Crime Labs. Pertains to the issue of crime labs in Virginia.

Sub-series H: Data. Contains reports and statistics for the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series I: Divisions. Pertains to the divisions of the Virginia State Crime Commission, as well as other criminal investigation divisions (both state and federal).

Sub-series J: Drugs/Alcohol. Pertains to drug and alcohol addiction, which was a main issue of the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series K: Gambling/Lottery. Pertains to the gambling and lottery issues within Virginia.

Sub-series L: Institutions. Pertains to the various types of correctional facilities within Virginia. The sub-series also deals with the issues concerned with these facilities, as well as visits to correctional facilities in other states.

Sub-series M: Investigations. Pertains to investigations conducted with or on the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series N: Juvenile Crime. Pertains to the issue of juvenile crime, which, the Virginia State Crime Commission dealt with on a continual basis.

Sub-series O: Legislation. Pertains to legislation regarding the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series P: Media. Pertains to new releases and communication between the media and the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series Q: Meetings. Pertains to meetings of the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series R: Parimutuel Betting. Pertains to issue of the parimutuel betting, which was a great source of debate within the state of Virginia.

Sub-series S: Personnel. Pertains to personnel within the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Sub-series T: Police. Pertains to law enforcement personnel within Virginia.

Sub-series U: Sex Crimes. Pertains to the issue of sex crimes that consisted of abuse, rape, and pornography. This was a strong issue that the Virginia State Crime Commission, dealt with.

Sub-series V: Electronic Surveillance. Pertains to the issue of electronic surveillance.

Sub-series W: Miscellaneous. Pertains to miscellaneous issues/items within the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Series V: Political Files-Consists of papers relating to political issues within the state of Virginia, as well as the city of Norfolk. The series also contains papers and oversize items involving Walker's political campaigns. In chronological order, with four sub-series.

Sub-series A: City of Norfolk. Contains information in regard to the Norfolk City School Board, in which Walker was made a member in 1959.

Sub-series B: Elections. Contains information in regard to the campaigns that Walker was a part of. The date range of these materials is 1950s - 1970s, and 1990s.

Sub-series C: People. Pertains to the people that Walker dealt with while in the General Assembly, as well as in political campaigns.

Sub-series D: Miscellaneous. Pertains to miscellaneous political issues.

Series VI: Speeches-Consists of speeches that Walker and others made in regards to campaigns and issues within the state of Virginia. The date range of these materials is 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1990s and 2000. In chronological order, and there are no sub-series within this series.

Series VII: Clippings-Consists of clippings that Walker collected in regard to issues within the state of Virginia. Issues include of elections, crime, education, gambling, and the General Assembly. The date range of these materials is 1950s to the 1990s. In alphabetical order, and There are no sub-series within this series.

Series VIII: Scrapbooks-Consists of articles and miscellaneous items that Walker meticulously collected over the years in regard to issues within the state of Virginia, as well as personal interests. The date range of these materials is 1950s to the 1990s. In chronological order. Due to their fragile condition, the pages of the scrapbooks have been scanned and copied.

Series IX: Miscellaneous-Consists of miscellaneous items that Walker had over the years. The items include appointment calendars, a diary, forms, programs, business cards, various documents and articles, notes, and maps. In alphabetical order, and There are no sub-series within this series.

Provenance

Gift of Stanley Clay Walker, April 8, 1978 & Gift of Sybil Moore Walker September 12, 2005.

Access

The collection is open to researchers without restrictions. Questions about literary property rights should be directed to the Special Collections Librarian.

Size: 80 document cases: 35 linear feet.

Container Listing & Series Description

Series I

Series I: Correspondence-Consists of correspondence both personal and legislative. In chronological-alpha order

Sub-series A: Personal Correspondence. Pertains to the personal correspondence of Stanley C. Walker. Ranges from 1965 to 1996. Consists of personal letters, cards, children's letters, as well as condolences.

Box 1:

Folder 1: November 1965-September 1966
Folder 2: October-December 1966
Folder 3: January-August 1967
Folder 4: September-November 1967, August-November 1968
Folder 5: 1970-1971
Folder 6: 1972
Folder 7: 1973-1974

Box 2:

Folder 1: 1986
Folder 2: 1975-1977
Folder 3: 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1999
Folder 4: Children's Letters, 1972-1973
Folder 5: Condolences, 1971-1974
Folder 6: Condolences, 1975-1977
Folder 7: Condolences, 1996

Sub-series B: Legislative Correspondence. Pertains to the correspondence of when Walker was both a member of the House and Senate of the General Assembly of Virginia. Ranges from the 1960s to 1990s.

Box 3:

Folder 1: 1965-1967
Folder 2: February-March, 1968
Folder 3: March-December, 1968
Folder 4: 1969-1970
Folder 5: January 1971
Folder 6: February 1971
Folder 7: March 1971
Folder 8: April 1971
Folder 9: May 1971
Folder 10: June 1971
Folder 11: July 1971
Folder 12: August 1971
Folder 13: September 1971

Box 4:

Folder 1: October 1-5, 1971
Folder 2: October 6-8, 1971
Folder 3: October 12-15, 1971
Folder 4: October 18-28, 1971
Folder 5: November 3-29, 1971
Folder 6: December 1-2, 1971
Folder 7: December 6-8, 1971
Folder 8: December 9-22, 1971
Folder 9: December 27-31, 1971
Folder 10: January 3-11, 1972
Folder 11: January 11-20, 1972
Folder 12: January 20-31, 1972

Box 5:

Folder 1: February 1-5, 1972
Folder 2: February 7-12, 1972
Folder 3: February 12-19, 1972
Folder 4: February 21-29, 1972
Folder 5: March 2-15, 1972
Folder 6: March 16-31, 1972
Folder 7: April 3-10, 1972
Folder 8: April 11-14, 1972
Folder 9: April 17-21, 1972
Folder 10: April 25-28, 1972
Folder 11: May 2-18, 1972
Folder 12: May 19-31, 1972
Folder 13: June 1-30, 1972

Box 6:

Folder 1: July 3-31, 1972
Folder 2: August 1-31, 1972
Folder 3: September 1-26, 1972
Folder 4: October 2-30, 1972
Folder 5: November 1-30, 1972
Folder 6: December 1-29, 1972
Folder 7: January 2-6, 1973
Folder 8: January 8-15, 1973
Folder 9: January 16-24, 1973
Folder 10: January 25-31, 1973
Folder 11: February 1-9, 1973

Box 7:

Folder 1: February 10-28, 1973
Folder 2: March 1-16, 1973
Folder 3: March 19-30, 1973
Folder 4: April 2-30, 1973
Folder 5: May 1-31, 1973
Folder 6: June 1-29, 1973
Folder 7: July 3-31, 1973
Folder 8: August 1-31, 1973
Folder 9: September 4-28, 1973

Box 8:

Folder 1: October 1-31, 1973
Folder 2: November 1-12, 1973
Folder 3: November 13-30, 1973
Folder 4: December 3-31, 1973
Folder 5: January 2-11, 1974
Folder 6: January 14-16, 1974
Folder 7: January 17-22, 1974
Folder 8: January 23-25, 1974
Folder 9: January 26-28, 1974

Box 9:

Folder 1: January 29-31, 1974
Folder 2: February 1-5, 1974
Folder 3: February 6-9, 1974
Folder 4: February 12-13, 1974
Folder 5: February 13, 1974
Folder 6: February 14-19, 1974

Box 10:

Folder 1: February 19-20, 1974
Folder 2: February 20-22, 1974
Folder 3: February 23-15, 1974
Folder 4: February 26, 1974
Folder 5: February 27, 1974
Folder 6: February 27-28, 1974

Box 11:

Folder 1: February 28-29, 1974
Folder 2: Return to Sender, February-March, 1974
Folder 3: March 1-5, 1974
Folder 4: March 6-9, 1974
Folder 5: March 11-15, 1974
Folder 6: March 18-30, 1974
Folder 7: April 1-15, 1974
Folder 8: April 16-23, 1974
Folder 9: April 24-30, 1974
Folder 10: May 1-8, 1974
Folder 11: May 9-31, 1974
Folder 12: June 3-7, 1974
Folder 13: June 10-13, 1974

Box 12:

Folder 1: June 14-19, 1974
Folder 2: June 20-28, 1974
Folder 3: July 1-31, 1974
Folder 4: August 1-26, 1974
Folder 5: September 3-30, 1974
Folder 6: October 1-31, 1974
Folder 7: November 1-13, 1974
Folder 8: November 14-29, 1974
Folder 9: December 2-31, 1974

Box 13:

Folder 1: January 3-13, 1975
Folder 2: January 14-22, 1975
Folder 3: January 22-25, 1975
Folder 4: January 27-31, 1975
Folder 5: February 3-14, 1975
Folder 6: February 17-31, 1975

Box 14:

Folder 1: March 3-14, 1975
Folder 2: April 1-30, 1975
Folder 3: May 1-30, 1975
Folder 4: June 2-30, 1975
Folder 5: July 1-31, 1975
Folder 6: August 1-21, 1975

Box 15:

Folder 1: September 2-30, 1975
Folder 2: October 2-28, 1975
Folder 3: November 6-26, 1975
Folder 4: December 1-30, 1975
Folder 5: January 2-20, 1976
Folder 6: January 21-30, 1976
Folder 7: February 1-10, 1976

Box 16:

Folder 1: February 11-19, 1976
Folder 2: February 20-27, 1976
Folder 3: March 1-13, 1976
Folder 4: April 1-30, 1976
Folder 5: March 16-30, 1976
Folder 6: May 3-27, 1976
Folder 7: June 1-30, 1976
Folder 8: July 1-28, 1976

Box 17:

Folder 1: August 2-31, 1976
Folder 2: September 1-29, 1976
Folder 3: October 1-29, 1976
Folder 4: November 1-30, 1976
Folder 5: December 1-29, 1976
Folder 6: January-March 1977
Folder 7: March-August 1977

Box 18:

Folder 1: 1986
Folder 2: 1987
Folder 3: 1988
Folder 4: 1989
Folder 5: 1990-1991
Folder 6: 1992
Folder 7: January-February, 1993
Folder 8: February-December, 1993
Folder 9: 1994
Folder 10: 1995
Folder 11: January-March, 1996

Box 19:

Folder 1: April-May, 1996
Folder 2: June-December, 1996
Folder 3: 1997
Folder 4: 1998
Folder 5: 1999

Series II

Series II: Legislative Papers-Consists of papers relating to issues that Walker dealt with as both a member of the House and Senate of the General Assembly of Virginia. Ranges from the 1960s to 1990s. In chronological-alpha order.

Sub-series A: Committees. Pertains to committees that Walker was a member of, or dealt with.

Box 20:

Folder 1: Advisory Committee on Legislative Security, 1975
Folder 2: Budget Advisory Committee, 1975
Folder 3: Bush Organization/State Corporation Commission, 1973
Folder 4: Commission of the Arts and Humanities, 1972-1977
Folder 5: Commission on the Legislative Process, 1969
Folder 6: Commission on Needs of Elderly Virginians, 1975
Folder 7: Conflict of Interest Sub-Committee, 1975
Folder 8: Courts of Justice Committee
Folder 9: W. Fred Duckworth/Mac Arthur Memorial Foundation, 1972
Folder 10: Economic Opportunity Programs
Folder 11: Elections, State Board of, 1972-1973
Folder 12: Governor's Advisory Board on Budget, 1971
Folder 13: House Committee Dockets, 1968
Folder 14: Jamestown Foundation I
Folder 15: Jamestown Foundation II
Folder 16: Local & Area Organizations-1973, 1976
Folder 17: National Legislative Services & Security Association of the National Conference of State Legislatures-Advisory Committee
Folder 18: Salvation Army I
Folder 19: Salvation Army II
Folder 20: Salvation Army III

Box 21:

Folder 1: Salvation Army IV
Folder 2: State Corporation Commission, 1972-1974
Folder 3: Tidewater Consumer Council, 1976
Folder 4: Urban Caucus, 1971-1973
Folder 5: Virginia Council on State Legislation
Folder 6: Young Democrats of Virginia-Advisory Committee, 1974

Sub-series B: Community. Pertains to community issues that Walker had interest and concerns for.

Folder 7: Black Community, 1973-1976
Folder 8: City of Norfolk
Folder 9: Jewish Community, 1971-1977
Folder 10: League of Women Voters, 1973-1976
Folder 11: Local & Area Organizations: A-R, 1973-1976
Folder 12: Media
Folder 13: Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, 1973-1977
Folder 14: Scottish Society of Tidewater, 1975-1976
Folder 15: U.S. Navy-Tidewater Area, 1973-1976, 1992
Folder 16: Virginia Beach (City of)

Sub-series C: Education. Walker had great concern and interest towards this issue. The sub-series involves legislation and issues with both public and higher education, as well as Walker's recommendations and references for future college students.

Folder 17: Accreditation & Standards of Quality, I
Folder 18: Accreditation & Standards of Quality, II
Folder 19: Accreditation & Standards of Quality, III

Box 22:

Folder 1: Accreditation & Standards of Quality, IV
Folder 2: Accreditation & Standards of Quality, V
Folder 3: Adult/Vocational Education
Folder 4: American Association of University Women, 1973-1974
Folder 5: Appalachia Educational Laboratory. 1970
Folder 6: Challenge to Lay Control Education-Speech
Folder 7: Christopher Newport College
Folder 8: Clinch Valley College
Folder 9: Constitution of Virginia, Comments on, 1971-1973
Folder 10: Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia
Folder 11: Description of Bills Relating to Education
Folder 12: Educational Appropriations
Folder 13: Education Commission of the States
Folder 14: Education Committees: Virginia
Folder 15: Education Legislation, 1968-1971, 1976
Folder 16: Educational Practices Act-SB 560 I
Folder 17: Educational Practices Act-SB 560 II

Box 23:

Folder 1: Educational Practices Commission
Folder 2: Financing of Public Schools Study SJR 29, 1972
Folder 3: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, 1966 I
Folder 4: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, 1966 II
Folder 5: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, 1967 I
Folder 6: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, 1967 II
Folder 7: Governor's Regional Conference on Education, 1967 III
Folder 8: House Appropriations Committee-Student Unrest Issue, 1970
Folder 9: James Madison University
Folder 10: Longwood College
Folder 11: Mary Washington College
Folder 12: Minority Issues & Educational Problems
Folder 13: Norfolk Public Schools

Box 24:

Folder 1: Norfolk State College
Folder 2: Old Dominion College/University
Folder 3: Radford College
Folder 4: Richmond Mercury, volume 3, number 7-October 23, 1974, "Teacher's Rationale for Collective Bargaining"
Folder 5: SB-180 Professional Negotiations, 1972-1973
Folder 6: School Health Nurses, 1966
Folder 7: Recommendations and References-Colleges, Universities, and Schools, 1973-1976 (A-B)
Folder 8: Recommendations and References-Colleges, Universities, and Schools, 1973-1976 (C-H)
Folder 9: Recommendations and References-Colleges, Universities, and Schools, 1973-1976 (J-W)
Folder 10: Recommendations and References-Colleges, Universities, and Schools, 1988-1990, 1992
Folder 11: Richard Bland College
Folder 12: School Transportation-Busing, 1967-1972
Folder 13: School Transportation-Busing, 1973-1975
Folder 14: Sex Education-Commission on, 1970
Folder 15: Southwest Virginia Community College
Folder 16: State School Aid Fund, Basic Distribution of, 1973

Box 25:

Folder 1: Special Education
Folder 2: State Education Assistance, 1974
Folder 3: State of Virginia: Education Information
Folder 4: State Department of Education
Folder 5: Student-Legislator Open Forum & Model Assembly, 1972-1975
Folder 6: Student Assistance for Projects, 1974-1976
Folder 7: "Student Protest-An Institutional and National Profile," by Harold Hodgkinson - University of California, Berkeley
Folder 8: Teacher Immunity-HB 177, 1972
Folder 9: Tidewater Community College
Folder 10: Tuition Assistance Data, 1973-1976 I
Folder 11: Tuition Assistance Data, 1973-1976 II
Folder 12: University of Virginia
Folder 13: Virginia Beach Public Schools
Folder 14: Virginia Commonwealth University
Folder 15: Virginia Community Colleges
Folder 16: Virginia Council of Business Colleges
Folder 17: Virginia Education Association
Folder 18: Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Folder 19: Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Folder 20: Virginia State College
Folder 21: Virginia Wesleyan College
Folder 22: Virginia Supplemental Retirement System, 1972-1975
Folder 23: Vocational Technical Education Committee, 1964
Folder 24: Washington and Lee University

Box 26:

Folder 1: William and Mary (College of)

Sub-series D: Employment. Pertains to employment issues that the General Assembly of Virginia dealt with, such as benefits and compensation.

Folder 2: Employment Information
Folder 3: Retirement & Employee Benefits, 1970
Folder 4: Virginia Employment Commission, 1973-1977
Folder 5: Wage and Hour, 1975
Folder 6: Workman's Compensation

Sub-series E: Environment. Pertains to environmental issues that the General Assembly of Virginia dealt with, including air and water pollution.

Folder 7: Air Pollution Control, 1973
Folder 8: Department of Conservation & Economic Development
Folder 9: Gathright Project
Folder 10: Lynnhaven River-Pollution, 1976
Folder 11: Offshore/Intercontinental Shelf, 1974-1976
Folder 12: Portsmouth Refinery, 1976-1977
Folder 13: Solid Waste Disposal, 1972-1973
Folder 14: State Water Control Board
Folder 15: Virginia Environmental Health Association Meeting, April 23 1976
Folder 16: Water, 1974-1975
Folder 17: Wetlands, 1971-1974

Sub-series F: General Assembly. Pertains to the issues that Walker dealt with, as both a member of the House and Senate. Issues include budgets, the Equal Rights Amendment, various bills and legislation, and constitutional revision

Folder 18: 1973 Session
Folder 19: Abortion, 1973-1977

Box 27:

Folder 1: Age of Majority Legislation, 18 year olds, 1972-1974
Folder 2: Anti-Trust, 1973
Folder 3: Appointments, 1975-1976
Folder 4: Appointments-Governor, 1966
Folder 5: Appointments-Governor Holton, 1970-1971
Folder 6: Appropriations Act, 1974
Folder 7: Appropriations Committee, 1968-1970
Folder 8: Appropriations and Budget
Folder 9: Arts-Funding
Folder 10: Barrier-Free Design, 1974
Folder 11: Bicentennial Data, 1975
Folder 12: Bill Drafted-Agency for Adult Physically Handicapped, 1976
Folder 13: Bill Drafted-re. Money Judgments in Spousal or Child Support, 1976
Folder 14: Bill Drafted-re. VA Supplemental Retirement System, 1976
Folder 15: Bills-General Assembly I
Folder 16: Bills-General Assembly II
Folder 17: Bills & Printouts, etc. 1974

Box 28:

Folder 1: Bills/Legislation, 1990s
Folder 2: Blue Law, 1974-1975
Folder 3: Bond Issue-Campaign, etc. 1968, I
Folder 4: Bond Issue-Campaign, etc. 1968, II
Folder 5: Bond Issue-Campaign, etc. 1968, III
Folder 6: Bond Issue-Campaign, etc. 1968, IV
Folder 7: Budget, 1971-1972
Folder 8: Budget Bill Amendments (HB 30)
Folder 9: Budget-1972/1974 Biennium (HB 30), 1972

Box 29:

Folder 1: Budget Requests, 1975
Folder 2: Budget Tour, 1973
Folder 3: Capital Outlay Allocations, 1970-1971
Folder 4: Caucuses, 1972
Folder 5: Caucuses, Committee Membership, & Related Matters-Prior Sessions, 1976
Folder 6: Child Care Centers-Important Data, 1974-1976
Folder 7: Christmas Cards- General Assembly, 1990s
Folder 8: Code of Virginia
Folder 9: Constitutional Revision, 1969-1970 I
Folder 10: Constitutional Revision, 1969-1970 II
Folder 11: Constitutional Revision, 1969-1970 III
Folder 12: Collective Bargaining, 1974-1976
Folder 13: Commissioner of Revenue-Norfolk House Bills, 1974

Box 30:

Folder 1: Congressional Re-districting, 1965 Extra Session
Folder 2: Constituent Assistance, 1974-1975
Folder 3: Consumer Legislation, 1972
Folder 4: Council of State Governments, 1970-1971
Folder 5: Court Reform and the New Setup, 1973
Folder 6: Digest of Acts of Assembly: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968
Folder 7: Docket-Committee on General Laws, 1976
Folder 8: Docket-Senate Committee on Education and Health (i.e. SB 269), 1976
Folder 9: Docket-Senate Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services, 1976
Folder 10: End of Session Courtesy Letter Exchange-Legislators and State Officers, 1972
Folder 11: Equal Rights Amendment, 1971-1973

Box 31:

Folder 1: Equal Rights Amendment, 1974-1976
Folder 2: Equal Rights Amendment (For), 1973-1976
Folder 3: Equal Rights Amendment (Against), 1973-1976
Folder 4: Executive Budget Amendments & Bills: 1990s
Folder 5: Finance Committee: Budget Amendments, 1976 I
Folder 6: Finance Committee: Budget Amendments, 1976 II
Folder 7: Finances, 1976
Folder 8: Data Received, 1970-1971
Folder 9: General Assembly Appointments
Folder 10: General Assembly Calendars, March 9, 1974
Folder 11: General Assembly Members
Folder 12: General Assembly-Principal Actions, 1974-1976

Box 32:

Folder 1: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, I
Folder 2: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, II
Folder 3: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, III
Folder 4: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, IV
Folder 5: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, V
Folder 6: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, VI

Box 33:

Folder 1: General Assembly-Extra Session, 1969, VII
Folder 2: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 I
Folder 3: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 II
Folder 4: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 III
Folder 5: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 IV
Folder 6: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 V
Folder 7: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 VI
Folder 8: General Assembly-Special Session, 1971 VII

Box 34:

Folder 1: General Assembly Session-1974
Folder 2: General Laws, 1976
Folder 3: Governor Godwin, 1973-1976
Folder 4: Hairdressers Board, HB 71 & HB 73, 1974
Folder 5: Handicapped Bills
Folder 6: Health-Welfare-Recreation Planning Council, 1975-1977
Folder 7: Hollywood Trip with Governor Wilder, 1990
Folder 8: House of Delegates
Folder 9: Hunger Conference, 1975-1976
Folder 10: Inauguration of Governor Linwood Holton, Jr., 1970
Folder 11: Inauguration of Governor Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 1974
Folder 12: Issues
Folder 13: Jefferson-Jackson Day, March 15, 1975
Folder 14: Job Applicants, 1975-1976
Folder 15: Judge-Appointment, 1966
Folder 16: Judgeship Nominations & Related Data, 1974-1976
Folder 17: King's Dominion, 1976
Folder 18: Landlord & Tenant Act, 1974
Folder 19: Various Legislation, 1976
Folder 20: Legislative Programs, 1972
Folder 21: Legislative Public Hearings, 1971
Folder 22: Legislative Services, Division of, 1971-1977

Box 35:

Folder 1: Legislation Status Reports, 1973 Session
Folder 2: Legislative Summaries (Various), 1974 I
Folder 3: Legislative Summaries (Various), 1974 II
Folder 4: Library of Virginia
Folder 5: Licensing of Accountants SB 26 Carryover to 1975 Session, 1974
Folder 6: Lifetime Hunting & Fishing License Bill, 1972-1974
Folder 7: Lobbyists, 1975-1976
Folder 8: Various Legislation, 1971-1973
Folder 9: Marine Issues & Educational Programs, 1975
Folder 10: Motion Picture Rating Study Subcommittee-HB 1081, 1972-1973
Folder 11: Motor Vehicle Repair Industry Practices-SB 35, Carryover to 1975 Session, 1974
Folder 12: National Guard, 1974
Folder 13: No Fault Insurance, 1974 Session
Folder 14: Norfolk Museum of Arts & Sciences/Chrysler Museum
Folder 15: Norfolk Savings & Loan Debacle, 1973-1974
Folder 16: Notary Public Recommendations, 1972-1977

Box 36:

Folder 1: Ombudsman, 1972
Folder 2: Pages, 1973
Folder 3: Political Campaign Financing, 1974
Folder 4: Polygraph Licensing Law-HB 304, 1974
Folder 5: Professional and Occupational Registration Surveyors Bill, 1972
Folder 6: Professional Negotiations (SB 180), 1972 I
Folder 7: Professional Negotiations (SB 180), 1972 II
Folder 8: Professional Negotiations (SB 180), 1972 III
Folder 9: Proposed Bills to be Introduced (1965-1966)
Folder 10: Real Estate License (HB 940) 1974
Folder 11: Recommendations & References-General, March 18, 1970-March 16, 1973
Folder 12: Recommendations & References-General, March 22, 1973-January 23, 1976
Folder 13: Recommendations & References to Governor Holton, 1972
Folder 14: Requests-New, 1969-1975
Folder 15: Roll Calls-General Assembly
Folder 16: Rules Committee & Caucus, 1975-1976

Box 37:

Folder 1: Salary Issues, 1974
Folder 2: Schedules
Folder 3: Seating Arrangement of the Senate-General Assembly of 1972
Folder 4: Session Summaries, 1970
Folder 5: Southeastern Public Service Authority of Virginia, 1976
Folder 6: Standing/Steering Committees
Folder 7: State Aid for Libraries
Folder 8: State Milk Commission-Price Increase, 1973
Folder 9: State Senate
Folder 10: Topics to be discussed?
Folder 11: Veterans Benefits Bills
Folder 12: Virginia Advisory Legislative Council
Folder 13: Virginia Beach
Folder 14: Virginia Beach Judgeships & Judiciary Re-elections & Appointments, 1974-1975
Folder 15: Virginia Cabinet
Folder 16: Virginia Code Commission, 1973
Folder 17: Virginia Lotto
Folder 18: Weekly Patron Report, February 21, 1976
Folder 19: Welfare
Folder 20: Department of Welfare & Institutions-Correspondence/Recommendations, 1973
Folder 21: G. William Whitehurst, 1974-1975

Sub-series G: Health. Pertains to the issues involving General Assembly legislation, as well as the founding of Eastern Virginia Medical School.

Box 38:

Folder 1: Behavioral Sciences Professions Bill, HB 378, 1976
Folder 2: Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, 1974
Folder 3: Central Virginia Health Systems Agency, Inc., 1976
Folder 4: Community Mental Health Center
Folder 5: "Death with Dignity" Bill-HB 620, 1975-1976
Folder 6: Department of Health, 1971-1976
Folder 7: Eastern Virginia Medical School I
Folder 8: Eastern Virginia Medical School II
Folder 9: Eastern Virginia Medical School III
Folder 10: Eastern Virginia Medical School IV

Box 39:

Folder 1: Eastern Virginia Medical School V
Folder 2: Eastern Virginia Medical School VI
Folder 3: Family Practice Program, 1974-1975
Folder 4: Health Benefits
Folder 5: Health Education Study, HJR 244, 1975
Folder 6: Health/Medical/Hospital Legislation, 1974-1975
Folder 7: 1972 Legislative Program-Virginia Hospital Association
Folder 8: Medical College of Virginia, 1974-1975
Folder 9: Medical Malpractice Insurance, 1975 I
Folder 10: Medical Malpractice Insurance, 1975 II
Folder 11: Medical Malpractice Insurance, 1975 III
Folder 12: Mental Health

Box 40:

Folder 1: Norfolk Area Medical Center Authority, 1969-1970
Folder 2: Norfolk Area Medical Center Authority, 1970 -1971
Folder 3: Nursing Homes Data, 1974-1975
Folder 4: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, 1974
Folder 5: Virginia Council on Health and Medical Care, 1975

Sub-series H: Labor. Pertains to the issues in regard to labor in Virginia.

Folder 6: A.F.L.-C.I.O., 1972-1976
Folder 7: Community Services Counselors Course (United Communities Fund; A.F.L.-C.I.O.), 1977
Folder 8: Unions & Labor, 1972

Sub-series I: Parks & Recreation. Pertains to the issues in regard to parks and recreation facilities in Virginia.

Folder 9: Recreation Information
Folder 10: Therapeutic Recreation Institute National Recreation and Park Association Southern District Recreation & Park Association, March 23-25, 1975

Sub-series J: Services. Pertains to the issues in regard to services provided to the state of Virginia, such as electricity, utilities, and sanitation.

Folder 11: Hampton Roads Sanitation District, 1971-1972
Folder 12: VEPCO Issues, 1974-1975

Sub-series K: State Related. Pertains to state-related issues within Virginia.

Folder 13: County of Henrico/City of Richmond-Merger and Annexation, 1967

Sub-series L: Tax/Revenue. Pertains to tax/revenue issues and legislation.

Folder 14: Coal Severance Tax Bill, 1976
Folder 15: Deeds and Recordation, 1975
Folder 16: General Fund Revenues
Folder 17: Sales Tax
Folder 18: Study on Local License Fees & Taxes for Contractors (SJR 142), 1973
Folder 19: Taxes, 1972
Folder 20: Tax/Revenue: City of Norfolk

Sub-series M: Transportation. Pertains to transportation issues and legislation in Virginia, such as highways and mass transit.

Box 41:

Folder 1: Airports 1974-1975
Folder 2: Alcohol & Highway Safety, 1972
Folder 3: Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Project, 1969
Folder 4: Department of Highways and Transportation I
Folder 5: Department of Highways and Transportation II
Folder 6: Department of Highways and Transportation-Norfolk/Virginia Beach Expressway Study Commission, 1976
Folder 7: Hampton Roads-Tunnels, 1972-1977
Folder 8: Highway Safety
Folder 9: Maritime Terminals, Inc - Security Force, 1973
Folder 10: Mass Transit
Folder 11: Norfolk Port & Industrial Authority, 1971-1976
Folder 12: Public Hearings, 1968
Folder 13: Tidewater Transit District Commission & Transportation Material, 1973-1976
Folder 14: Virginia Port Authority, 1973-1976
Folder 15: Washington Airports Task Force-1995 Air Service Development Report

Series III

Series III: Legislative Files-Consists of loose books and binders of compiled materials that Walker kept in regard to issues within the General Assembly and his Senate campaigns. The items are stored in artifact cases and archival binder cases. The date range for these materials is the 1990s. In chronological order.

Box 42:

Virginia Senate-Senate Bills & Joint Resolutions 1964

Box 43:

Virginia Senate-Senate Bills & Joint Resolutions 1964

Box 44:

Folder 1: Extra Session-1969: House Bills, Resolutions, and Documents
Folder 2: Extra Session-1969: Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Documents
Folder 3: Home & Address Cards for Precinct 23-"Redistricting" Special
Session, 1971
Folder 4: General Assembly of Virginia, Manual of Senate and House of
Delegates, Spring 1970

Box 45:

Item 1: 1993-94 Report of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
Item 2: 1994-95 Report of the Secretary of the Commonwealth

Box 46:

Item 1: "A Legislator's Guide to Public Education in Virginia"-December, 1993

Box 47:

Item 1: Budget Requests: 1996-2000

Box 48:

Item 1: 1998 Thank You File

Box 49:

Item 1: Cooper & Secrest Associates Inc. : "A Survey of Voter Attitudes in Virginia's 6th Senate District"- June, 1999

Box 50:

Item 1: "Fiscal Issues Facing the Commonwealth"-November 18-19, 1999

Box 51:

Item 1: 1999 Shipbuilding Commission

Box 52:

Item 1: "Walker for Senate" Consultation Folder-1999

Box 53:

Item 1: (Unlabeled) Virginia Democratic Caucus Consultation Folder-1999

Series IV

Series IV: Virginia State Crime Commission-Consists of papers relating to issues that Walker dealt with as a member of the Virginia State Crime Commission, which dealt with issues such as capital punishment, juvenile crime, parimutuel betting, and sex crimes. The date range for this series is the 1960s-1980s. In chronological-alpha order.

Sub-series A: General. Pertains to information regarding to the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Box 54:

Folder 1: Applications, 1973-1976
Folder 2: Citizen Requests; 1968, 1974-1976
Folder 3: Commission Appointments, 1974-
Folder 4: Minutes, September 5, 1968-June 9, 1969
Folder 5: Minutes, 1972-1977
Folder 6: Programs/Studies…Proposed/Considered, 1972-1973
Folder 7: Proposals Received, 1967-1968
Folder 8: Recommendations, 1969

Sub-series B: Arson. Pertains to information regarding the issue of arson in Virginia.

Folder 9: Arson

Sub-series C: Capital Punishment. Pertains to information regarding the issue of capital punishment in Virginia.

Folder 10: Capital Punishment, 1973-1974

Sub-series D: Child/Domestic Abuse. Pertains to information regarding the issue of child/domestic Abuse in Virginia.

Folder 11: Child Abuse, 1973-1975

Sub-series E: Committees. Pertains to the committees within or worked with the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 12: Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, Inc. (Virginia Chapter), 1975
Folder 13: Council of State Governments, 1974

Box 55:

Folder 1: Council on Criminal Justice I
Folder 2: Council on Criminal Justice II
Folder 3: Council on Criminal Justice III
Folder 4: Council on Criminal Justice IV
Folder 5: Council on Criminal Justice V
Folder 6: Council on Criminal Justice VI
Folder 7: Report of the Grand Jury Study Committee, 1975

Box 56:

Folder 1: John Howard Association I
Folder 2: John Howard Association II
Folder 3: National Society of State Legislators
Folder 4: Organized Crime Detection Task Force, I
Folder 5: Organized Crime Detection Task Force, II
Folder 6: Organized Crime Detection Task Force, III
Folder 7: Report of the Organized Crime Detection Task Force, 1971
Folder 8: Probation & Parole Board, 1972-1973
Folder 9: Special Study Unit Recommendations
Folder 10: Report of the Subcommittee to Study Sentencing, 1977
Folder 11: Virginia Task Force on Criminal Justice Goals & Objectives, 1976

Sub-series F: Conferences. Pertains to the conferences that Walker attended for the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 12: Advanced Organized Crime Seminar, July 22-25, 1973
Folder 13: National Organized Crime Prevention Council, October 13-16, 1974

Box 57:

Folder 1: Organized Crime Detection Task Force, October 8-9, 1974
Folder 2: Virginia Conference on Corrections, April 26-29, 1973
Folder 3: Status Offender Project Seminar, June 27-29, 1976-Legis 50: Center for Legislative Improvement
Folder 4: Virginia Association of Drug Abuse Enforcement Officers [1971-1975]

Sub-series G: Crime Labs. Pertains to the issue of crime labs in Virginia.

Folder 5: Crime Laboratories

Sub-series H: Data. Contains reports and statistics for the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 6: Annual Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1978
Folder 7: Annual Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1982 & 1983
Folder 8: Annual Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1988 & 1989
Folder 9: Annual Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1991
Folder 10: Central Criminal Records Exchange, 1970-1972
Folder 11: Comprehensive Long Range Master Plan for the Adult Criminal Justice System in Virginia, 1974
Folder 12: Corrections Study, 1972-1973
Folder 13: Corrections Study, 1973

Box 58:

Folder 1: Corrections Study, 1973-1974
Folder 2: Crime-Reports, 1967-1969
Folder 3: Criminals, Detection, & Apprehension, 1972-1973
Folder 4: Evaluation of the Division of Investigation, 1979
Folder 5: FBI National Academy Association Meeting, August 15, 1969- Virginia State Crime Commission Report by Stanley C. Walker
Folder 6: Financial Data, 1972-1973
Folder 7: Law Enforcement Administration-Budget, 1970-1972
Folder 8: Law Enforcement Study-Officer's Salaries-HJR 98, 1972 Session
Folder 9: Law Enforcement Study-Division of Justice & Crime Prevention, 1972
Folder 10: Law Enforcement Officers Training Standards Commission-Budgets, Rules, etc.
Folder 11: Law Enforcement Officers Study, 1973 Session (SJR 79)
Folder 12: Organizational Data
Folder 13: Report of Bland Correctional Farm and 13 Field Units in Virginia, 1973-74

Box 59:

Folder 1: Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1967
Folder 2: Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973
Folder 3: Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1973 & 1974
Folder 4: Report of the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1975 & 1976
Folder 5: Reports, 1971-72
Folder 6: Reports, 1973
Folder 7: Report of the Private Security Industry Task Force, 1974
Folder 8: Statistics, Data-General, 1970
Folder 9: Roster & Appointments, 1966-1970, 1972-1976
Folder 10: Virginia State Crime Commission Reports, 1976
Folder 11: Virginia State Crime Commission Report on Shoplifting, 1975

Sub-series I: Divisions. Pertains to the divisions of the Virginia State Crime Commission, as well as other criminal investigation divisions (both state and federal).

Folder 12: Commission of Game & Inland Fisheries, 1974
Folder 13: Division of Investigation, 1973-1974
Folder 14: Division of Justice and Crime Prevention, 1974-1975
Folder 15: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Box 60 :

Folder 1: Special Study Unit, 1973-1974
Folder 2: Statutory Research and Drafting

Sub-series J: Drugs/Alcohol. Pertains to drug and alcohol addiction, which was a main issue of the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 3: Addiction-Articles, 1972-1973
Folder 4: Correctional Institution-Methadone Treatment for Addicts, 1971-1972
Folder 5: Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, I
Folder 6: Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, II
Folder 7: Drug Abuse Advisory Council, 1973-1976
Folder 8: Drug Abuse & Control
Folder 9: Drug Abuse-Teenagers
Folder 10: Marijuana Laws, Virginians for Study of, Roy B. Scherer, Executive Director, 1973
Folder 11: NAACP: Drug Abuse, 1972
Folder 12: Narcotics & Dangerous Drug Squad-Annual Report, 1971
Folder 13: Narcotics and Drug Abuse Control, Governor's Council, 1972
Folder 14: Report of the Subcommittee to Study the Public Inebriate, 1981
Folder 15: Rubicon-Door, 1972-1974
Folder 16: Snug Harbour Hall, Inc. 1975
Folder 17: United Drug Abuse Council, 1975

Sub-series K: Gambling/Lottery. Pertains to the gambling and lottery issues within Virginia.

Folder 18: Gambling/Lottery

Sub-series L: Institutions. Pertains to the various types of correctional facilities within Virginia. The sub-series also deals with the issues concerned with these facilities, as well as visits to correctional facilities in other states.

Folder 19: Assessment of Work Release and Related Furlough Programs, 1975
Folder 20: Correctional Institution: Disturbances, 1972
Folder 21: Early Release, 1979
Folder 22: Escapees, 1974-1975
Folder 23: Evaluation of the Rehabilitative School Authority and its Educational Functions, 1976
Folder 24: First Report on Corrections-Virginia State Penitentiary, 1973

Box 61:

Folder 1: Green Springs, 1974
Folder 2: Incarceration in Virginia, 1982
Folder 3: Inmate Complaints, Correspondence, 1974-1975
Folder 4: Inmate Violence, 1974-1975
Folder 5: Dallas C. McWaters Jr., Case of, 1974-1976
Folder 6: Press Releases/Statements-re. Prisons
Folder 7: Prisons/Crime, 1972
Folder 8: Phase IV Report-Study of Corrections, 1975
Folder 9: Selected Probation and Parole Issues in Virginia, 1980
Folder 10: Summary of Studies on the Correctional System
Folder 11: Visit-Florida, February 28-March 3, 1973
Folder 12: Visit-Wisconsin, 1973 & 1974
Folder 13: Visits-Various
Folder 14: Welfare & Institutions, Department of, 1969

Sub-series M: Investigations. Pertains to investigations conducted with or on the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 15: American Civil Liberties Union
Folder 16: Federal Communications Commission, 1975
Folder 17: Portsmouth Probe, 1973

Box 62:

Sub-series N: Juvenile Crime. Pertains to the issue of juvenile crime, which, the Virginia State Crime Commission dealt with on a continual basis.

Folder 1: Beaumont School for Boys, 1973
Folder 2: Children & Youth in Trouble in Virginia, 1977
Folder 3: Children & Youth in Trouble in Virginia, Phase II, 1979
Folder 4: Comprehensive Long Range Master Plan for Juvenile & Youthful Offender Justice Systems, 1974
Folder 5: Compulsory School Education-SJR 60, 1974
Folder 6: Compulsory School Education-SJR 60: Report, 1975
Folder 7: Juvenile Crime-Prevention
Folder 8: Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court-Norfolk, VA
Folder 9: National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1972-1973
Folder 10: Pendleton Project
Folder 11: Pilot Cities Program, 1973-1975
Folder 12: Services to Youthful Offenders Study-SJR 56, 1972 Session
Folder 13: The "286" Judicial Placements Program, 1982
Folder 14: Virginia's Schools: A Safe Environment? 1982

Sub-series O: Legislation. Pertains to legislation regarding the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Box 63:

Folder 1: Legislation I
Folder 2: Legislation II
Folder 3: Legislation III
Folder 4: Parole Abolition
Folder 5: Senate Bill 187 of 1992, Gradual Release Initiative
Folder 6: Vehicle Seizure Laws, 1973
Folder 7: Watchmakers Licensing Law, 1971-1974

Sub-series P: Media. Pertains to new releases and communication between the media and the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 8: Media-Correspondence, 1971-1974
Folder 9: News Releases, 1971-1973

Sub-series Q: Meetings. Pertains to meetings of the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 10: Meetings, 1971-1973

Sub-series R: ParimUtuel Betting. Pertains to issue of the parimutuel betting, which was a great source of debate within the state of Virginia.

Folder 11: ParimUtuel Betting I
Folder 12: ParimUtuel Betting II

Box 64 :

Folder 1: ParimUtuel Betting III
Folder 2: ParimUtuel Betting IV
Folder 3: ParimUtuel Betting V
Folder 4: ParimUtuel Betting VI
Folder 5: ParimUtuel Betting VII
Folder 6: ParimUtuel Betting VIII
Folder 7: ParimUtuel Betting IX
Folder 8: ParimUtuel Betting X

Box 65:

Folder 1: ParimUtuel Betting XI
Folder 2: Virginia State Crime Commission Report on Organized Crime on ParimUtuel Wagering on Horse Racing

Sub-series S: Personnel. Pertains to personnel within the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 3: Executive Director (Lewis W. Hurst), 1973
Folder 4: Staff

Sub-series T: Police. Pertains to law enforcement personnel within Virginia.

Folder 5: Law Enforcement Officers Training Standards Commission, 1972
Folder 6: Navy/Military Police, 1975
Folder 7: Norfolk International Terminals -Police
Folder 8: Pay Scale? -1978
Folder 9: Police Assistance Foundation, Inc., 1968-1969
Folder 10: Police Chiefs, 1974-1975
Folder 11: Report on Law Enforcement Training, 1980
Folder 12: Sheriffs
Folder 13: Virginia State Troopers

Sub-series U: Sex Crimes. Pertains to the issue of sex crimes that consisted of abuse, rape, and pornography. This was a strong issue that the Virginia State Crime Commission, dealt with.

Folder 14: Pornography/Obscenity, 1973
Folder 15: Sex Crimes Committee, I
Folder 16: Sex Crimes Committee, II

Box 66:

Folder 1: Sexual Assault Study-1976
Folder 2: Sexual Assault-1979 & 1981

Sub-series V: Electronic Surveillance. Pertains to the issue of electronic surveillance.

Folder 3: Electronic Surveillance-SB 367

Sub-series W: Miscellaneous. Pertains to miscellaneous issues/items within the Virginia State Crime Commission.

Folder 4: Bulletproof Vest Pamphlet
Folder 5: Federal Crime Insurance, 1975-1976
Folder 6: Film: "What Have You Got to Loose?"-1973
Folder 7: Offender Aid & Restoration (OAR)
Folder 8: Handbook for Virginia Grand Jurors, 1976
Folder 9: Proposed film for the Virginia State Crime Commission, 1973
Folder 10: Speedy Trial Act, 1974
Folder 11: Travel Expenses, 1966-1967
Folder 12: Vouchers, 1971-1972

Series V

Series V: Political Files-Consists of papers relating to political issues within the state of Virginia, as well as the city of Norfolk. The series also contains papers and oversize items, involving Walker's political campaigns. In chronological order.

Box 67:

Sub-series A: City of Norfolk. Contains information in regard to the Norfolk City School Board, in which Walker was made a member in 1959.

Folder 1: Norfolk City School Board, 1959

Sub-series B: Elections. Contains information in regard to the campaigns that Walker was a part of. The date range of these materials is 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1990s.

Folder 2: Election Materials-Undated
Folder 3: Election Materials/Platforms, 1950s-1960s
Folder 4: Primary & Election Results, 1963-1974
Folder 5: Democratic Primary, 1963-
Folder 6: Primary Campaign and Election, 1965, I
Folder 7: Primary Campaign and Election, 1965, II
Folder 8: Spong Campaign 1966-Editorials, etc. I
Folder 9: Spong Campaign 1966-Editorials, etc. II
Folder 10: Spong Campaign 1966-Election Returns, 1966-Primary and General Election
Folder 11: Spong Campaign 1966-Financial Data
Folder 12: Spong Campaign 1966-Insurance

Box 68:

Folder 1: Spong Campaign 1966-Letters of Appreciation & Materials
Folder 2: Spong Campaign 1966-News Releases
Folder 3: Spong Campaign 1966-Norfolk
Folder 4: Spong Campaign 1966-Public Relations Committee-Press Releases
Folder 5: Spong Campaign 1966-Schedule & Materials
Folder 6: Walker Campaign 1967-Advertising
Folder 7: Walker Campaign 1967-Financial Data
Folder 8: Walker Campaign 1967-Information File
Folder 9: Walker Campaign 1967-Letters (April 5-May 29)
Folder 10: Walker Campaign 1967-Letters (June 5-August 21)

Box 69:

Folder 1: Walker Campaign 1967-Letters (August 22-31)
Folder 2: Walker Campaign 1967-Letters (September 5-November 21)
Folder 3: Walker Campaign 1967-Petitions: Primary
Folder 4: Walker Campaign 1967-Poster, re. Norfolk Headquarters at Janaf
Folder 5: Walker Campaign 1967-Progress 7 Team: Advertising, 1967
Folder 6: Rixey Campaign, 1968-Organization, Members, Etc. I
Folder 7: Rixey Campaign, 1968-Organization, Members, Etc. II
Folder 8: Battle Campaign, 1969 I
Folder 9: Battle Campaign, 1969 II
Folder 9: Battle Campaign, 1969 II
Folder 10: Democratic Primary Campaign, 1969-Letters
Folder 11: Democratic Primary Campaign, 1969-Materials

Box 70:

Folder 1: Democratic Primary Campaign, 1969-News Releases
Folder 2: Democratic Primary Campaign, 1969-Poll Manning
Folder 3: Duval Campaign-1970
Folder 4: Fitzpatrick Campaign-1970
Folder 5: Spong Campaign 1972-Correspondence & Letters of Appreciation
Folder 6: Spong Campaign 1972-Editorials, Releases
Folder 7: Spong Campaign 1972-Organization, Financial Data, etc.
Folder 8: Walker Campaign 1975
Folder 9: Walker Campaign 1975-Candidate Questioning Data
Folder 10: Walker Campaign 1975-Questionnaires

Box 71:

Folder 1: 1979 Election
Folder 2: 1995 Campaign
Folder 3: Stanley Walker Campaign Materials, 1990s-2000
Folder 4: Copies: candidate endorsements, 1999 (surveys/questionnaires)

Items located in map case:

Item 1: Map-"Election Districts, Street and Vicinity Guide, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, City Planning Commission, Approved by Council, December 22, 1969"
Item 2: Oversize Poster-"General Election, City of Norfolk, Virginia, Tuesday, November 5, 1968: Directions for Voting"

Sub-series C: People. Pertains to the people that Walker dealt with while in the General Assembly, as well as in political campaigns.

Folder 5: Press Release: John Dalton
Folder 6: Inaugural Information: Mills E. Godwin, Jr. 1965
Folder 7: Appointment of Senator Elmon T. Gray to Senate Ethics Advisory Panel, January 13, 1993
Folder 8: Black Judge: William T. Mason, 1976
Folder 9: Nick Rerras
Folder 10: William Spong I
Folder 11: William Spong II
Folder 12: Elizabeth (Liz) Tate
Folder 13: Albert Teich-Bills Introduced While in House, 1972-1973
Folder 14: Stanley C. Walker: Biographical Information
Folder 15: Stanley C. Walker: Reports

Sub-series D: Miscellaneous. Pertains to miscellaneous political issues.

Folder 16: Student Legal Forum at University of Virginia/Joseph A. Jordan, Jr./Ian Smith/Arthur Ashe, 1972
Folder 17: Virginian Pilot/Corbell Jones, March 31,1987

Series VI

Series VI: Speeches-Consists of speeches that Walker and others made in regards to campaigns and issues within the state of Virginia. The date range of these materials is 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1990s and 2000. In chronological order. There are no sub-series within this series.

Box 72:

Folder 1: Undated
Folder 2: 1950s-1960s
Folder 3: 1963
Folder 4: 1964
Folder 5: 1965
Folder 6: 1966
Folder 7: 1967 I
Folder 8: 1967 II
Folder 9: 1967 III
Folder 10: 1967 IV

Box 73:

Folder 1: 1968 I
Folder 2: 1968 II
Folder 3: 1969
Folder 4: 1970
Folder 5: 1971
Folder 6: 1972 I
Folder 7: 1972 II
Folder 8: 1973
Folder 9: 1974
Folder 10: 1975
Folder 11: 1990s-2000

Series VII

Series VII: Clippings-Consists of clippings that Walker collected in regard to issues within the state of Virginia. Issues include of elections, crime, education, gambling, and the General Assembly. The date range of these materials is 1950s to the 1990s. In alphabetical order. There are no sub-series within this series.

Box 74:

Folder 1: 1980s-1990s
Folder 2: City of Norfolk
Folder 3: Crime Related
Folder 4: Day Care
Folder 5: Education
Folder 6: Elections-1960s
Folder 7: Election-1975 Campaign
Folder 8: Election-1990s-2000
Folder 9: Gambling/Lottery
Folder 10: General Assembly
Folder 11: Health
Folder 12: Labor
Folder 13: Norfolk-Ledger Dispatch: Front Page, June 30, 1959
Folder 14: ParimUtuel Betting
Folder 15: Physical/Mental Health
Folder 16: Political
Folder 17: William Spong-Clippings, 1972 I

Box 75:

Folder 1: William Spong-Clippings, 1972 II
Folder 2: Tax/Revenue
Folder 3: Transportation
Folder 4: Virginia Pilot/Ledger Star-Sunday Commentary Section, April 26, 1987
Folder 5: Miscellaneous

Series VIII

Series VIII: Scrapbooks-Consists of articles and miscellaneous items that Walker meticulously collected over the years in regard to issues within the state of Virginia, as well as personal interests. The date range of these materials is 1950s to the 1990s. In chronological order. Due to their fragile condition, the pages of the scrapbooks have been scanned and copied.

Box 76:

Folder 1: Scrapbook 1957-1963 (I)
Folder 2: Scrapbook 1957-1963 (II)
Folder 3: Scrapbook 1964-1965 (I)
Folder 4: Scrapbook 1964-1965 (II)
Folder 5: Scrapbook 1965-1975

Box 77:

Folder 1: Scrapbook 1966-1975
Folder 2: Scrapbook 1968-1971
Folder 3: Scrapbook 1971-1977 (I)
Folder 4: Scrapbook 1971-1977 (I)

Box 78:

Folder 1: Scrapbook 1972-1974 (I)
Folder 2: Scrapbook 1972-1974 (II)
Folder 3: Scrapbook 1974-1976
Folder 4: Scrapbook 1976-1978
Folder 5: Scrapbook 1979-1980

Box 79:

Folder 1: Scrapbook 1980-1985
Folder 2: Scrapbook 1986-1991 (I)
Folder 3: Scrapbook 1986-1991 (II)
Folder 4: Scrapbook 1990-1996
Folder 5: Scrapbook 1996-1997

Series IX

Series IX: Miscellaneous-Consists of miscellaneous items that Walker had over the years. The items include appointment calendars, a diary, forms, programs, business cards, various documents and articles, notes, and maps. In alphabetical order. There are no sub-series within this series.

Box : 80

Folder 1: Alice M. Harrison v. Mary Lou Lamme
Folder 2: Annual Report of Dick Hux, Second Vice President, 1966-1967
Folder 3: Appointment Calendars, 1969
Folder 4: Business Card: Jim Fulmer, Secretary/Business Manager
Folder 5: Business Card: Stanley C. Walker: President Pro Tempore
Folder 6: Court Summons & Travel Expense Reimbursement Voucher, 1975
Folder 7: Denial or Abridgement of Right to Work
Folder 8: Department of Rehabilitative Services: Pamphlets, 1988-1989
Folder 9: Diary, 1973
Folder 10: Federal Energy Office Form
Folder 11: Miscellaneous Financial
Folder 12: Instructions of Interest Regarding Retirement and Group Life Insurance
Folder 13: Lexington Tower, 1972
Folder 14: "Memories for You"-1999 Calendar
Folder 15: Monthly Minder, 1972
Folder 16: NASA: Special Review Program-Technology in the Service of Man, October 3, 1974
Folder 17: Norfolk City Democratic Committee Dinner Honoring the Honorable Thomas W. Moss, Jr. - April 29, 1995
Folder 18: Norfolk Executive Club
Folder 19: Norfolk Forum, 1972-1973
Folder 20: Notebook & Notes
Folder 21: Phyllis Schlafly Report-March & June 1975 (Vietnam)
Folder 22: Photo: Bill Deal & Ammon Tharp
Folder 23: Photos: Unidentified
Folder 24: Poe Museum
Folder 25: Session Expenses, 1968
Folder 26: 28th Annual Meeting: Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys of Virginia
Folder 27: U.S. Senate Joint Resolution 32
Folder 28: Virginia Municipal Review, March 1969
Folder 29: "Virginians for Clinton/Gore 92'"-Bumper Sticker

Items located in map case:

Item 1: Map-"Fairfax County Virginia, Planning Division, 1965"
Item 2: Map-"Survey Showing Parcel of Property Located Within the Present Right-of-Way Limits of State Route #104 for W. Kenton Cason & Adella Page Cason"