A Guide to the A.H. Robins Company Records, 1885–2004.
Collection Number Mss3 R5535 a FA2
Virginia Historical Society
P.O. Box 7311
Richmond, Virginia 23221-0311
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Processed by Laura E. G. Stoner under a grant from the Robins Foundation
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A.H. Robins Company Records, 1885–2004 (Mss3 R5535 a FA2), Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va.
Gift of the family of E. Claiborne Robins through the courtesy of the Robins Foundation, Richmond, Va.
in 1999. Accessioned 3 July 2008.
Mss3 R5535 a FA2
A.H. Robins Company Records, 1885–2004.
8.400 (ca.) items.
Corporate, advertising, and historical materials relating to the pharmaceutical company A.H. Robins,
Scope and Content Information
The A.H. Robins Company records were collected and donated to the Virginia Historical Society ten years after this
highly successful pharmaceutical firm was sold and the Robins family relinquished control. The circumstances surrounding
the assembling of the collection have led to an eclectic group of records, consisting of corporate materials dating from
ca. 1885 to 1944; a product information section of both A.H. Robins and subsidiary products; a publications series; a
photograph series; a series of scrapbooks that date from 1949–1983; personal materials of E. Claiborne Robins, including
information about his donations through the Robins Foundation to the University of Richmond; Robins family personal papers,
which include degrees received by Claiborne Robins, Lora (McGlasson) Robins, and Martha (Taylor) Robins; and audio visual
materials, including reels of motion picture film, video tapes, and audio tapes. There are no files pertaining to Dalkon
Shield ligation in this collection.
In conjunction with the processing of this collection, an oral history project was undertaken to document the
experiences of A.H. Robins employees at all levels. The resulting interviews reflect the impact of the company's corporate
culture on the lives of its employees. These interviews are available in transcribed form.
Many former employees donated items while participating in the Society's A.H. Robins oral history project; some of
these items have been incorporated into the collection, while others of a more personal nature have been cataloged
The A.H. Robins Company was founded by Claiborne Robins (1873–1912) as an "ethical" pharmaceutical enterprise. Ethical
pharmacy sales are made only to doctors, dentists, hospitals, and pharmacies. The company was an offshoot of the A.H.
Robins Apothecary started in 1866 by Albert Hartley Robins (1842–1935), Claiborne Robins's father. The original apothecary
was located at 523 North Second Street in Richmond, Va., and later moved to 200 East Marshall Street. Claiborne Robins,
who unlike his father graduated from pharmacy school, formed a separate business selling his father's medications directly
to doctors. The father and son kept separate books for their companies.
While building his pharmaceutical company, Claiborne Robins died in 1912 at the age of 39, leaving a widow and his
two-year-old son as heirs. Martha (Taylor) Robins (ca. 1883–1957) was the head of the company until her son, E. Claiborne
Robins (1910–1995), took over the business as president in 1936. The original apothecary was closed in 1929 because of
Albert Hartley Robins’s deteriorating health.
E. Claiborne Robins is credited with bringing A.H. Robins to its national and international prominence. His mother
kept the company afloat twenty-one years for her son, but was unable to increase its size and customer base. When E.
Claiborne Robins graduated from pharmacy school in 1933, the A.H. Robins Company had three employees, including Martha
(Taylor) Robins. During his administration, Robins was able to hire salesmen, develop new drugs and production facilities,
acquire subsidiary companies, and expand into international markets.
E. Claiborne Robins started in his family's business as a salesman. He met his future wife while traveling through
Texas selling his pharmaceutical products. Lora Elizabeth McGlasson (b. 1912) and E. Claiborne were married in 1938 in
Waco, Texas. Lora worked alongside her husband to help his company grow. After her mother-in-law retired in 1946, Lora
became the company's secretary. Although the first decade of E. Claiborne's tenure had its share of obstacles, by 1942
the company finally reached the $100,000 profit mark. In the early 1940s Robins was able to stop traveling as a salesman
and hire others to sell his products. By this point the company had grown to twenty employees. In 1949 the company
introduced three popular products, Robitussin, an antitussive-expectorant; Pabalate, an antirheumatic; and Entozyme a
digestant. The sale of these three products doubled the profits of the company in one year. In 1953 A. H. Robins
opened its first manufacturing plant, and also moved the company headquarters to a new location on Cummings Drive in
Robins decided to step into the realm of research when he hired Dr. Eugene Jackson from Emory University in 1945 to be
medical director. In 1948 the A. H. Robins Company employed its first researcher, Dr. Bob Murphey. Dr. Murphey worked
initially at labs rented from the University of Richmond, until the new headquarters were built in 1953. He developed
Robaxin, which was the first product patented by A.H. Robins. The company's first licensed product, in 1956, was
The overall strategy of the company was to concentrate on common illnesses and conditions that would create a large
demand for lower end prescriptions, resulting in an extremely profitable margin. Other pharmaceutical companies had too
many products on the market at one time and could not compete with Robins' emphasis on a few products. By 1959 A. H.
Robins sales were over thirty-three million dollars.
A.H. Robins expanded internationally when the company began exporting items to Puerto Rico in 1946; from there sales
extended to Mexico, Columbia, Venezuela and South America generally. In 1965 George Thomas was hired as the director
of international development. He moved the sales of A. H. Robins products into more than one hundred countries while
the company and acquired fifteen subsidiaries in foreign countries.
In 1963 the company's profits reached a major milestone at fifty million dollars, and A.H. Robins began to acquire
other companies like Morton Manufacturing Corporation, which made Chap Stick. The purchase made the company more
diversified and gave it interests outside of the increasingly government-regulated pharmaceutical field. A public
offering of stock was also made in 1963, and the company began to set aside discount stock for its employees. In
1965 the company purchased Labratorios Ergos and Productos Medicinales in Venezuela. Swinson Foods, Laboratories
Martinet, Paris, and Laboratorios Wadel, Brazil, were all acquired in 1966. That same year, E. Claiborne Robins, Jr.
(b. 1943), became the fourth generation of Robinses to answer the call when he joined the company.
Another significant milestone was reached in 1967 when A. H. Robins achieved net sales of one hundred million dollars.
E. Claiborne Robins reiterated his concern, "excessive government regulation and investigation" in the 1967 Annual
Report. That same year the company bought the Polk Miller Corporation, headquartered in Richmond, Va., which produced
pet care products, as well as Parfums Caron, a French company. The following year, A. H. Robins combined the Polk Miller
Corporation and the Morton Manufacturing Corporation into the Miller-Morton subsidiary. This helped expand the company's
product line beyond pharmaceuticals, creating an even more diversified and less regulated product base.
In 1970 E. Claiborne Robins, who had been working at a hectic pace since he started with the company, became the
chairman of the board and handed the presidential duties to company officer William L. Zimmer. At that time, 69 percent
of A. H. Robins sales was produced by ethical pharmaceutical products, and the remaining percentage was provided by
consumer products. Taking a step that would have a dramatic influence on its future, the company purchased the rights
to the Dalkon Shield, an intrauterine contraceptive device, for seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and 10 percent
of sales. The device, which entered the market in late 1969, was invented by Dr. Hugh J. Davis of Johns Hopkins
University in 1968. The Shield's innovative design ultimately led to its downfall, when users reported problems. But
in 1971, the promising success of Dalkon Shield sales were noted in the Annual Report and the future looked bright.
Also in 1970, E. Claiborne Robins, Jr. , who was being groomed to take over the company, was promoted to assistant
vice president in the pharmaceutical division, and elected to the board of directors of the company. E. Claiborne Robins
suffered a heart attack in 1972, further reducing his involvement leading the everyday tasks of the company.
A. H. Robins reached the two hundred million dollar sales mark in 1974, doubling its sales in roughly seven years.
However, dark clouds were starting to gather on the horizon. Upon recommendation from the Food and Drug Administration,
the company suspended domestic distribution and sale of the Dalkon Shield, citing reports of problems with the product.
In 1975 A. H. Robins took a new direction. E. Claiborne Robins stepped down as CEO and William L. Zimmer replaced
him, marking the first time in A.H. Robins history that a non-family member headed the company. However also, by 1975
the lawsuits from users of the Dalkon Shield began mounting against the company.
William L. Zimmer retired in 1978 and E. Claiborne Robins, Jr., replaced him as CEO. That same year Robitussin was
reported to be the, "number one seller among cough preparations in pharmacies," and the company remained ranked fifth
among U. S. pharmaceutical manufacturers. Despite the company's profitability, earning over 350 million dollars in net
sales during 1978, the Dalkon Shield litigation continued to mount.
In response to the financial strain of settling Dalkon Shield litigation, the company restructured, hoping to
increase profitability. In the Annual Report for 1981 the company and its insurer estimated that they had paid out
98 million dollars in closed and pending Dalkon Shield cases. However, throughout the 1980s the number of Dalkon Shield
claims continued to grow. In 1984 the company reported its first negative net earnings, a loss of 461 million dollars.
This loss can be attributed in large measure to the creation of a reserve fund of almost 500 million dollars for the
future settlement of Dalkon Shield claims. As a result of the massive losses and litigation, the company did not pay
its stockholders a dividend for the first time in its history. Despite a positive net earnings report the next year,
the financial status of the company required it to file for bankruptcy protection. Net sales stood at an all time
high and net earnings increased in 1986, but the company had to dispose of three subsidiaries. American Home Products
made its first offer for A. H. Robins at this time, but withdrew it in early 1987.
In 1987 the company estimated that $2.475 billion was, "the total value of all claims and related expenses of
administration" for the Dalkon Shield litigation. American Home Products made a second offer for A.H. Robins in 1987,
but a bidding war ensued between Rorer Group, Inc., and a French firm Sanofi. After initially accepting Rorer Group's
offer, A.H. Robins rescinded the agreement, and in January 1988 the company eventually accepted American Home Products
offer, which took effect in 1989. Because A.H. Robins had initially accepted Rorer Group's purchase offer, the company
was fined almost thirty million dollars by the court.
American Home Products became Wyeth in 2002. The former A.H. Robins Company is now part of Wyeth's Consumer
Healthcare Division, which currently operates a plant in the old Robins headquarters complex in North Richmond.
Throughout the company's history, E. Claiborne Robins and his family have prided themselves in rewarding employee
loyalty. In 1951, Robins began closing the company to enable for all-expense-paid employee vacations. These trips
came to an end when U.S. Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) and his Anti-Trust and Monopoly Subcommittee held hearings on
the pharmaceutical industry specifically aimed at showing how industry giants raked in immense profits at the expense
of the American consumer. However, at Robins, employee perks continued, albeit on a lesser scale. In addition to free
coffee, employees received bonus checks on birthdays and at Christmas, and Friday afternoons off during the summer. Mr.
Robins always felt the company gained incalculable value from treating the employees as he would want to be treated himself.
The growth and success of the company also allowed E. Claiborne Robins, his wife, Lora Robins, and their family to
be extremely generous to the state of Virginia and to the city of Richmond. The University of Richmond received over
$170 million from the Robins family during Mr. Robins's lifetime, including a fifty-million dollar gift in 1969. Numerous
Richmond institutions have been beneficiaries of the generosity of the Robins family and their foundation. Institutions
including the Richmond SPCA, Virginia Union University, the American Red Cross, Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens and the
Virginia Historical Society have all received generous contributions.
A.H. Robins Company -- History.
Business enterprises -- Virginia -- Richmond -- History -- 20th century.
Corporate culture – United States – History – 20th century.
Family-owned business enterprises – Virginia – Richmond.
Pharmaceutical industry -- Virginia -- Richmond -- History.
Pharmacists -- Virginia -- Richmond -- History.
Philanthropists -- Virginia -- Richmond.
Richmond (Va.) – Economic conditions.
Robins, Albert Hartley, 1842–1935.
Robins, Claiborne, 1873–1912.
Robins, E. Claiborne (Edwin Claiborne), 1910–1995.
Robins, E. Claiborne, Jr.
Robins, E. Claiborne, Mrs.
Robins, Martha Elizabeth Taylor, ca. 1883–1957.
Series 1. Corporate Materials, 1885–1944.
The Board of Director's minutes of the A.H Robins Co., Inc., pertain to a precursor of the company that is represented
in this collection. The minutes begin in 1936 after E. Claiborne Robins took control of the company and stop with the
dissolution of that company in 1 October 1944 (folder 1). It is interesting to note that the business agreement between
E. Claiborne Robins and his mother dates from the same week as the dissolution of the earlier company. This agreement
formalized E. Claiborne Robins's leadership of A. H. Robins, but the agreement did little to change the structure or
operations of the company. The two companies are in effect the same, but after 1944 the company was run as a partnership
between E. Claiborne and his mother until she retired. Also, related to the earlier company are financial materials
(folders 2–16), bound and loose prescriptions (folders 17–18), promotional materials, including product promotion materials
and, postcards and letters that were received from doctors and pharmacists requesting samples of company products (folders
19–35). The postcards are arranged chronologically and the letters are roughly organized alphabetically. Series 1.2
relates to the reorganized A. H. Robins Company and includes the legal agreement between Martha (Taylor) Robins and E.
Claiborne Robins forming the reorganized A. H. Robins Company (folder 36), presentations, stock offerings, travel material
relating to trips sponsored by the A. H. Robins Company for employees, trips sponsored by employees for Mr. and Mrs.
Robins, and travel by the Robins family to international subsidiaries; files regarding the Western Hemisphere Conference
sponsored by A. H. Robins Company (folders 50–54); and miscellaneous historical materials collected from employees to
create an archive. Many of the historical materials were collected from Robins foreign subsidiaries. Other items include
pay stubs, prescription samples, and price lists (folders 55–63).
Series 1.1. A.H. Robins Company (ca. 1885–1944).
Board of Directors minutes, 1936–1944
Minutes, 1936 April 17–1944 October 6
Financial materials, 1925–1940
Bills, Alphabetical (10 folders)
Contracts Ledger, 1925 May–1936 May
Sales Ledger, 1940 April–1943 May
Taxes and Licenses, 1938–1940
Time Book, 1937
Traveling Expenses, E. Claiborne Robins, 1937 January–April
Prescriptions, Bound, 1909–1910 (See
Oversized Book located after box 1 on shelf)
Prescriptions, Loose, 1885–1889
Promotional materials, ca. 1912–1935
Sample Requests, Correspondence, Domestic (13 folders)
Sample Requests, Correspondence, International
Sample Requests, Miscellaneous Lists
Sample Requests, Postcards, 1912–1919, 1921, 1923–1924 & 1935 (2 folders)
Series 1.2. A. H. Robins Company (1944–1989)
Partnership agreement between E. C. Robins
and M. E. Robins to operate a pharmaceutical specialties business under the trade name and style of : A. H. Robins Company,
1944 October 1
Consummation of Sixth Amended and Restated Plan of Reorganization, Agreement of Plan of Merger, 1989 December 15, Volumes I–III
1977 February 25, William L. Zimmer, III, to New York Society of Security Analysts
1980 April 29, E. Claiborne Robins, Jr., to Stockholders
1980 October 7, E. Claiborne Robins, Jr., concerning Puerto Rican groundbreaking
1963, Common Stock Offering (425,000 Shares)
1965 March 18, SEC Amendment Registration Statement
1968 April 3, Common Stock Offering (320,000 Shares)
1972 March 28, Common Stock Offering (750,000 shares)
Time book, 1953–1955
Time Book, 1953–1955
A. H. Robins-sponsored trips, ca. 1950s
Elkins Sinn trip to Richmond, 1977 March (SEE also oversized flat file folder 1)
Horsham, England, Laboratories, 1978 (Scrapbook)
Martinet Laboratories, France, 1978 (Scrapbook)
Wadel Laboratories, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 1967 April 22–28 (Scrapbook) [see also Series 8 for film of the trip]
Western Hemisphere Conference of the World Medical Association, 1953 April 21–25
Letters of Appreciation, Guests and Participants
Letters of Appreciation, Guests of Honor
Letters from Governors (alphabetized by state)
The Scarab, "New Robins Plant Dedication During World Medical Association Meeting Here," 1953 May
A. H. Robins, Archival Research, 1986
A. H. Robins, Awards (SEE also oversized flat file folder 1)
A. H. Robins, Company Organizational Chart, 1980–1997
E. Claiborne Robins, Business card
E. F. Heffner, Head Sales Representative, notebook, 1949–1965
Elkins Sinn, Inc., Employees, Home Addresses
Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers International Union, Annual Report of American Home Products
Personal Records Form (blank)
A. H. Robins Co., Inc., Research Center Dedication, Guest Book, 1963 February 26
Series 2. Product Information.
This series contains photos and product information (i.e., ingredient interactions, side effects) for medications
and merchandise produced by A. H. Robins and subsidiary companies. Arranged alphabetically by product name. See also
Series 4, Photographs, for additional images.
Series 2.1. A. H. Robins Company Products.
Bansect Dog Collar
Bursal Disease Test Kit
Dalkon Shield (includes sample)
Robanul (also known as Robinul)
Robaxin and Robaxin-V
Series 2.2. Subsidiary Companies.
Miller Morton Company (2 folders)
Quinto Instruments Company
Viobin Corporation (SEE also oversized flat file folder 1)
Series 2.3. International and Grouped Products.
Grouped Products (SEE also oversized flat file folder 1)
International Products (SEE also oversized flat file folder 1)
Series 3. Publications, 1920–1993.
This series includes A. H. Robins-produced annual reports, employee newsletters, and "Robins Readers." The employee
newsletter series documents A.H. Robins' concern for the welfare of employees; unfortunately, the set is incomplete. The
newsletter production section regards the publication of 'Round Robins International, and contains photos and topics to be
used for articles. These files are the main source in this collection for information about the foreign subsidiaries. The
Robins Reader was sent to doctors for use in their waiting rooms. It was meant to be a promotional tool for doctors and
patients. The advertising section contains both domestic and foreign subsidiary advertisements. The Bowl of Hygeia
concerns an award given to pharmacists annually for community service. Ethical advertising is directed towards the
medical industry, those who are involved in prescribing of medicine: veterinarians, doctors and pharmacists. Informational
publications include company histories and pamphlets printed for visitors to A. H. Robins' Richmond headquarters.
Personnel directories illustrate the camaraderie of the Robins employees, who in early directories were identified by
a photo and birthdate along with their names and departments. The Product information files are printed charts and
pamphlets for sales people to use to illustrate the products and prices of A. H. Robins medicines to pharmacists and
Series 3.1. A. H. Robins Company Publications.
A. H. Robins print ads ca. 1920s
"A. H. Robins Today," USA Today, 1985 May 7
Martinet Laboratories materials, subsidiary
Doctor of Tomorrow ad campaign, n.d.
Sanicol materials, subsidiary
Sargent product ads, 1929, 1931, 1957
"Somewhere out there are over 4 million almost-empty Robitussin bottles," Virginia Pharmacist, 1967 January
"Surgical Instruments and Appliances,"
Richmond Police Department Illustrated, 1901 ([reprinted] SEE oversized flat file folder 1)
A. H. Robins, 1963–1988 (6 folders)
A.H. Robins Annual Report, 1981 (Draft)
Bowl of Hygeia
Bowl of Hygeia as a Pharmaceutical Symbol, The American Insititute for the History of Pharmacy, n.d.
News Release, 1957
News Release, 1980
Sign, "A. H. Robins welcomes Bowl of Hygeia Recipients to Plant C," 1990 October 8
The audience targeted for ethical advertising were members of the medical field who were involved in the prescribing of
medicines. That included doctors, pharmacists, and veterinarians.
Allbee with C
Dis-Co Unit Dose Packs
Donnazyme and Entozyme
Phenaphen with Codeine
Robaxin and Robaxin-V
The Robins family does not distinguish between the start of Albert H. Robins apothecary and the start of A. H. Robins
company, they are lumped together. A number of the informational publications mention the start of the apothecary/company
as 1878. This date was believed to be the start of the company until 1978, when research proved that the original
apothecary was started by E. Claiborne Robins's grandfather in 1866.
1866 A. H. Robins 1978, company history booklet
A. H. Robins, 1979–1980
A. H. Robins, headquarters tour pamphlet, 1981–1985
A. H. Robins: Key Facts, 1981–1988
"A. H. Robins Pharmaceutical Production Plant: Key Facts"
"An Expanded Commitment to Health Care: American Home Products Acquires A. H. Robins"
Company History, Unpublished, Roscoe E. Puckett, Jr., 1977
Ethical Pharmaceuticals of Merit Since 1878, 1955
"Highlights of the Sixties," A. H. Robins Co., 1970 January
Pharmaceutical Research 1878, n.d.
Press Releases, A. H. Robins Co., Inc., and subsidiaries, 1967–1978
Robins, n.d. (SEE oversized flat file folder 1)
Welcome to A. H. Robins, pamphlets, n.d.
Newsletters from companies acquired by A. H. Robins are included, as well as company newsletters from after A. H.
Robins was acquired by American Home Products. Incomplete loose runs of "'Round Robins" and "'Round Robins International"
are supplemented by oversized volumes of bound copies. Within the folders of the loose newsletters are sheets
denoting in which volume one can find missing issues. The bound volumes can be found on the open shelf next to box 5.
A. H. Robins, "'Robins Newsletter," 1972–1992 (incomplete run)
A. H. Robins, "'Round Robins," 1952–1990 (11 folders and 20 bound volumes [incomplete run])
A. H. Robins, "'Round Robins International," 1972–1989 (2 folders and 5 bound volumes [incomplete run])
Elkins Sinn, "ESI Hotline," 1977–1979 (incomplete run)
Miller Morton, "News and Views," 1972–1981 (5 folders)
Quinton, "Vital Signs," 1989–1991 (incomplete run)
Sherwood Medical, "Reporter: For the People of Sherwood Medical," 1990 (incomplete run)
Whitehall-Robins, "Counterpoint: Whitehall-Robins Healthcare," 1990–1996 (incomplete run)
Whitehall-Robins, "Richmond Tablet Press," 1994
Whitehall-Robins, "Whitehall Robins Newsletter," 1993–1994
'Round Robins International, 1972 Issue 1
'Round Robins International, 1972 Issue 2
'Round Robins International, 1972
'Round Robins International, 1973 Issue 1
'Round Robins International, 1973 Issue 2
'Round Robins International, 1973 Issue 3
'Round Robins International, 1974 Issue 1
'Round Robins International, 1974 Issue 2
'Round Robins International, 1974 Issue 9
'Round Robins International, 1975 Issue 10
'Round Robins International, 1975 Issue 11
'Round Robins International, 1976 Issue 12
'Round Robins International, 1976 Issue 13
'Round Robins International, 1977 Issue 14
'Round Robins International, 1977 Issue 15
'Round Robins International, Unused Materials
'Round Robins International, Miscellaneous
1962 July, Robins Directory (photocopy)
1963 July, Robins Directory
1964 July, Robins Directory
1965 July, Robins Directory
1966 July, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1968, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1970, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1972, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1977, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1980, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1984, A. H. Robins Personnel Directory
1989, Corporate and Division Officers
1991, A. H. Robins Consumer Products Division
1993, Richmond, Distribution Branches and Subsidiaries (employee directory)
Policies and procedures manuals
Accident Prevention manual, n.d.
Employees Handbook, ca. 1975–1978
Employee Insurance Plan, April 1973
Group Dental Plan, 1981 January 1
Suggestion award manual, 1977
100 yr+ anniversary
"Disc-Co" (DISpensing Control) Unit Dose Packs (SEE oversized flat file folder 1)
"Here's to the Best Employees in the World," 1989 (SEE oversized flat file folder 1)
"Join Our Fun Run, Sponsored by A. H. Robins," n.d. (SEE oversized flat file folder 1)
"President's Sports Festival Mardi Gras..." 1985 (SEE oversized flat file folder 1)
"Products that are good for you..."
"A Salute to the Men & Women in the Richmond Area who Sell to Us!" n.d.
"Toss Your Hat in the Ring, Vote, President's Sports Festival," 1984 (SEE oversized flat file folder 1 )
Product and Sales Information
A. H. Robins Injectables, n.d.
A. H. Robins Pharmaceuticals, 1973 January
A. H. Robins Pharmaceuticals, 1976 March
A. H. Robins Pharmaceuticals, 1982 July, 1985 February, 1987 April and 1988 May
A. H. Robins Product Identification Chart, 1969 July
A. H. Robins Products, 1930s–1989
Ethical Medicinal Specialities, n.d.
For Your Filing Cabinet: Safe Therapy, n.d.
A Manual for Medical Service Representatives
Pharmacy: Sherwood-Davis & Geck, U. S. Clinical Products, n.d.
Prescription and over the counter products, 1971–1972
Robins Drug Specialities, 1946, 1949, 1953
Robins Price Lists and Products, 1962
Robins Price List and Products, 1969
"Robins Products for which we have an NDA (new drug application)," 1971
A. H. Robins Research Laboratories: Patents, 1956–1969 (2 folders)
A. H. Robins Research Laboratories: Patents, 1970–1974
A. H. Robins Research Laboratories: Publications, 1952–1969
A. H. Robins Research Laboratories: Publications, 1970–1974
Robins Readers, 1954–1990 (2 folders)
A. H. Robins, Pharmaceutical Division Annual Meeting, Souvenir Program, 1983
A. H. Robins, Service Award Catalog, 1985
A. H. Robins, Service Awards Dinner Program, 1982
The Dentist's Daily Planner, 1970–1977
Employee Annual Report, 1977
Employee Birthday and Christmas Cards, 1976
Family Night: A Guidebook for A. H. Robins Company Personnel, 1953 April 17
HPC (Hidden Pay Check) Contest, 1963
Inter-departmental correspondence envelope, n.d.
Miscellaneous Publication Mock-Ups
Robins Christmas Party Invitation, 1965 December 23
Roll of Retirees, 1989–1990
Series 3.2. Non-A. H Robins Company Publications, 1947–1993.
These are arranged chronologically and are sometimes duplicated by the scrapbooks, which are arranged in the same
manner. There are several small articles in this section that document E. Claiborne Robins's practice of taking his
employees on vacation.
1924, Sketches of Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., "A. H. Robins, Pharmacist, 200 East Marshall Street."
1947, Physicians' Desk Reference : to Pharmaceutical Specialties and Biologicals
1954 August, Coronet, "Richmond's Happy Host"
1955 March, Focus, "Focus Cheers: E. Claiborne Robins"
1956 April 9, Richmond News Leader, "Business and Industry: $4,200 Surprise Is Given to Robins on Anniversary"
1957 February 4, El Pais, "E. C. Robins, prominente hombre de negocios de EE. UU. nos vista" (E.C. Robins, prominent U. S. businessman, visits)
1957 November 21, Publication unknown, "Next Stop: Havana"
1959 May, Medical Times, "Robins: A Family Tradition in Pharmacy"
1960 March, The Commonwealth, "Constant Research is Enlarging Robins Heritage of Integrity"
1960 October 3, Drug Trade News, "Drug Industry News Reel"
1962 June, Virginia Pharmacist, "Robins Company Adds Two Chemists to its Quality Control Staff"
1964 August 10, Chemical & Engineering News, "The Drug Houses: Harried but Still Prosperous"
1964 August 17, Chemical & Engineering News, "The Challenge of Change in the U. S. Drug Industry"
1965, Armstrong Trap Magazine, "How to Determine the Weight of the Captain of the Queen Mary . . . or Weigh a Gaseous Product of Combustion"
1966, E. Claiborne Robins, "'Making today's medicines with integrity . . . seeking tomorrow's with persistence:' The Story of A. H. Robins Company." Includes copyright application
1966 July 6, Investor's Reader, "Production Personalities"
1967 March 31, Richmond News Leader, "Three Acquisitions: Robins set to 'Digest'"
1968, "Pharmaceutical Wholesalers Association report of the 1968 Convention"
1969 January, Nation's Business, "Treating People as Individuals"
1969 March, The Commonwealth, "The Triumph of Claiborne Robins"
1969 Spring, Business Today, "The Drug Industry: Are Profits too Healthy?"
1969 May, Industrial News Review Digest, "The Unknown Industry"
1969 May 21, Investor's Reader, "Drugs: Flu Bug Fighter Robins"
1969 June, Resident Physician, "Robins: A Family in Pharmacy"
1972 February 20, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Welcome To Robins. It's Nice to See You."
1975 April, A Bicentennial Salute to American Cities: Richmond, "Richmond: Footprints of the Past in the March of Progress"
1979 November, Pharmaceutical Representative, "Robins Revamps Sales Structure"
1982 June, The Magazine of Virginia Commonwealth, "Corner Drugstore to Corporate Giant: A. H. Robins Hasn't Forgotten the Neighborhood." & "Dalkon Shield: The Lingering Illness."
1984 April 26, Richmond New Leader, "Robins and the Queen"
1985 June 23, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Robins Says Firm Still a Good Citizen" and "For Firm, Dalkon Shield Only a Minor Product"
1985 June 23, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Women Say They Lost Part of Heart, Too" and "Liability Lawsuits Have Gone Too Far, Some Say"
1985 July 22, Chemical and Engineering News (Cover only)
1986 May 13, Washington Post, "Robins Agreed to Bonuses Within Weeks of Bankruptcy"
1986 May 18, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Robins Executives Were Told They Could Seek Bonus Money."
1986 May 18, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Some Questions Went Unasked"
1986 June 1, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Officials Sought Deferred Bonuses as Robins' Finances Were Declining"
1986 June 7, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Merhige Assails 2 Robins Outlays"
1988 January 17, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Robins-Sanofi Deal's Script Faces Scrutiny"
1989–1992, American Home Products Corporation Annual Report (no 1990–1991)
1989 December, The Pharmaceuticals Manufacturers Association: the First Thirty Years, William C. Cray.
1989 Dec 14, Richmond News Leader, "A. H Robins prepares to become part of New York company"
1992 May 30, Richmond News Leader, "It Seems Like Only Yesterday...Special Commemorative Magazine"
1993 April, Virginia Business, "The Robins Remedy"
n.d., University of Richmond Publication, "A. H. Robins Expands Plant"
n.d., Unknown Newspaper, "New Laboratory to be Constructed by A. H. Robins Co."
n.d., Unknown Newspaper, "Robins Defends Drug Industry"
Series 4. Photographs.
This section illustrates different aspects of A. H. Robins Co. events, facilities and products through photographs.
See also Series 2. Product Information, for additional images.
Series 4.1. Annual Reports
Annual Report Images, 1964
Annual Report Images, 1966 (SEE oversized flat file folder 2)
Annual Report Images, 1971
Annual Report Images, 1974
Annual Report Images, 1977
Annual Report Images, 1978
Annual Report Images, 1984
Series 4.2. Events
Ground breaking, Research Center, 1962
Ground breaking, Addition to Research Center, 1967
E. Claiborne Robins Fiftieth Anniversary with A.H. Robins, 1985
Miscellaneous ground breakings
Series 4.3. Facilities
Aerial view (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Corporate Distribution Center
Executive Offices and Main Plant
Medical Science Building
Research Center, Building and Grounds (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Shipping and Distribution (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Miscellaneous (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Series 4.4. People
Directors (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Robins Family (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Unidentified (SEE also oversized flat file folder 2)
Series 4.5. Production and Research
Research (2 folders [SEE also oversized flat file folder 2])
Series 4.6. Subsidiaries
Series 4.7. Miscellaneous
New York Stock Exchange Listing, 1965 May 6
Series 5. Scrapbooks
The A. H. Robins scrapbooks predominately deal with the documentation of the company and its employees through press
clippings. The contents of the original 48 volumes have been preserved and remounted into 79 volumes. Of interest is
the press coverage of The World Medical Association meeting, which took place April 21–25, 1953, in Richmond Virginia
(Vols. 2a–3). The company's products and employees are also well documented through a large number of the volumes. Press
surrounding the Bowl of Hygeia and Physician Award given by A. H. Robins is also represented throughout the volumes. The
scrapbook volumes are located on the shelves, with the collection, following Series 4. Loose, oversized scrapbook
materials are located in flat file folders 3–5 in the oversized cabinets.
Vol. 1, 1949–1952
Vol. 2a–2b, 1952–1953
Vol. 3, 1952–1953
Vol. 4, 1954
Vol. 5a–5b, 1954–1955
Vol. 6, 1955
Vol. 7, 1956
Vol. 8, 1956–1957
Vol. 9, 1957
Vol. 10a–10c, 1959–1960
Vol. 11, 1960
Vol. 12a–12d, 1961–1962
Vol. 14a–14b, 1964
Vol. 15a–15d, 1965
Vol. 16a–16d, 1966
Vol. 17, 1966
Vol. 18a–18b, 1967
Vol. 19a–19c , 1967
Vol. 20, 1968
Vol. 21a–21b , 1968
Vol. 22, 1969
Vol. 23a–23b, 1970
Vol. 24, 1971
Vol. 25a–25c, 1972
Vol. 26a–26b, 1972
Vol. 27, 1973
Vol. 28a–28b, 1973
Vol. 29–30, 1974
Vol. 31–32, 1975
Vol. 33–34, 1976
Vol. 35, 1977
Vol. 36, 1977
Vol. 37, 1978
Vol. 38, 1978
Vol. 39a–39b, 1979
Vol. 40a–40b, 1979
Vol. 41a–41b, 1980
Vol. 42a–42b, 1980
Vol. 43a–43c, 1981
Vol. 44a–44b, 1981
Vol. 45a–45b, 1982
Vol. 46, 1982
Vol. 47a–47b, 1983
Vol. 48, 1983
Series 6. E. Claiborne Robins Personal Materials, 1932–2000
This series includes awards, certificates, and degrees (earned and honorary) scattered financial information,
materials relating to Robins's and the Medical College of Virginia and to the University of Richmond, membership cards,
items relating to Robins philanthropic activities and tributes, and miscellaneous. E. Claiborne Robins's visit to the
Far East with Time magazine in 1969 is documented with photographs and invitations he received from diplomats and
prominent businessmen. Also included in this series is documentation from E. C. Robins's presidency and part ownership
of the "Virginians" baseball team.
Series 6.1. Awards
Apostolic Blessing to Mr. and Mrs. E. Claiborne Robins on the Occasion of their 50th Wedding Anniversary, 1988 June 24 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
B'nai B'rith Award, E. Claiborne Robins, 1982 June 3
Boy Scouts of America, Distinguished Citizen Award, E. Claiborne Robins, 1991 December 5
Business Leader of the Year Award, Richmond, Va., E. Claiborne Robins, 1969 November 17
The General Board of the Baptist General Association of Virginia Certificate of Appreciation, The E. Claiborne Robins Family, 1973 November 14 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Liberty Bell Award, E. Claiborne Robins, 1970
MCV Alumnus of the Year, E. Claiborne Robins, 1986 May
MCV/VCU, Outstanding Pharmacy Alumnus Award, E. Claiborne Robins, 1983 February 27
University of Richmond, Paragon Medal, E. Claiborne Robins, 1986 May 11
VCU/ MCV, Wayne Medal, E. Claiborne Robins and Lora Robins, 1978 May 13
Series 6.2. Diplomas and Certificates, Earned
Medical College of Virginia, School of
Pharmacy, Bachelor of Science, 1933 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Series 6.3. Degrees and Certificates, Honorary
Medical College of Virginia, Degree of Doctor of Pharmaceutical Science, Honorary, 1958 June 3 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
University of Richmond, Doctor of Laws, Honorary, 1960 June 6 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Degree of Doctor of Pharmacy, Honorary, 1969 June 5 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Navy League of the United States, 1963 October 28 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
University of Richmond, First Issue, The E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1980 May 11 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Virginia Union University Doctorate Degree, Honorary, 1984 May 4
Series 6.4. Financial Information
Canceled check for Purchase of "Clear View," Robins' family home, 1947 (Photocopy)
Dow Theory Forecasts, Report, 1995 Feburary–June
Standard & Poor's The Outlook, Report, 1995 January–June
United Babson Investment Report, Report, 1995 January–
Series 6.5. Medical College of Virginia
Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Membership Certificate, E. C. Robins, 1932
MCV Honorary Degree articles, 1958 June
The X-Ray, 1933, E. C. Robins's Pharmacy School Year Book
Series 6.6. Memberships
The Commonwealth Club, Richmond, Virginia. Membership roster, 1992 March 31
Navy League of the United States, Richmond Virginia Council. Membership directory, 1990
Rotary Club of Richmond, Virginia. Membership roster, 1992–1995
Series 6.7. Philanthropy
1958 January 6, Merrick, J., letter of thanks for contribution, to E. Claiborne Robins
1981 April 2, Richmond News Leader, "Robins is Helping VUU in Struggle for Survival"
1992 September 1, Richmond Times-Dispatch, "United Way Honors Robins"
1995 October 24, The Newsletter, River Road Church Baptist, "Church Receives Bequest"
1997–1998, Robins Foundation Report
2000 April 2, Richmond Times-Dispatch,
"Profile Pitching In: Inspired by his father's largess, E. Claiborne Robins Jr. is 'simply driven to make this a better place to live'"
2004, Robins Foundation Report
Series 6.8. Tributes
"Memorial Service for E. Claiborne Robins, Sr.," 1995 July 10
News Central Fidelity, "We remember two who served us well," September 1995
Richmond Tablet Press, "An Expression of Appreciation," 1995 October 23
Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Philanthropist drug firm figure dies at age 84," 1995 July 7
Tabasco, "Richmond Rotary Honorary Member E. Claiborne Robins," 1995 March 14
"University of Richmond a Memorial to E. Claiborne Robins," 1995 October 5 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, Annual Report, 1995
Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges Resolution for E. Claiborne Robins, 1995 October 24
Series 6.9. University of Richmond
Annual Report, 1994–1995
Dedication of Robins Memorial Hall, Booklet, 1959 May 16
Endowed Chairs, Professorship, Lectureships and Book Funds, University of Richmond, 1995
Football '95 Media Guide, Tribute to E. C. Robins, 1995
Introduction of Dr. E. Bruce Heilman by E. Claiborne Robins at the Newcomen Society Dinner, 1979 September 27
The National Observer, "University of Richmond Thrives on its $50 Million Windfall," 1973 March 3
Richmond News Leader, "Unanimous Choice for Award: UR Club to Honor Robins," 1960 July 12
University of Richmond Magazine:
Spring 1986, Volume 48, Number 3
Spring 1994, Volume 56, Number 3
Summer1995, Volume 57, Number 4
Series 6.10. Vietnam Visit, 1969
Business Cards, from visit to Asia
Invitations from diplomats and businessmen to events while visiting Asia, 1969 February 24–March 7
Name tag and badge, from Rotary Club of Tokyo West
Notebook, TIME: News Tour of the Far East, South Vietnam February 24–27, Prepared by Saigon Bureau
Photograph Album of Vietnam Tour
Series 6.11. The Virginians Baseball Team, 1958
Newspaper articles about the Virginians, 1958
Program, The New York Chapter Baseball Writers' Association of America Dinner, 1958 January 26
Program, Third Annual Mid-Winter Baseball Dinner, 1958 January 30
Series 6.12. Miscellaneous
Agreement, "E. C. Robins Center for American Fine and Decorative Arts of the 18th and 19th Centuries," n.d. (Proposed)
Articles regarding E. Claiborne and Lora Robins
Biographical sketches, E. Claiborne Robins
Menu, Trader Vic Outrigger, Seattle, Washington, ca. 1950s
Newcomen Society, "Building Nations Bank: A Tribute to Its Past & Future," Hugh L. McColl, Jr., 1992
Pharmacist license (Inactive), E. Claiborne Robins, 1994
"Report to the Membership," Speech by E. Claiborne Robins to the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, 1953 January
Series 7. Robins family personal materials
The majority of this series is composed of diplomas, representing the educational accomplishments of Claiborne Robins
(father of E. Claiborne Robins), Lora Robins (wife of E. Claiborne Robins), and Martha Robins (mother of E. Claiborne
Robins). Also within Martha Robins's Series 7.4 are her bank statements, which document her financial standing just
after her son, E. Claiborne Robins took over the company.
Series 7.1. Albert Hartley Robins (1842–:1935)
Registered Pharmacist Certificate, 1886 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Series 7.2. Claiborne Robins (1873–1912)
Richmond College, Proficient in Experimental Physics, 1891 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Richmond College, Proficient in Surveying, 1892 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Richmond College, Graduate in the School of Latin, 1893 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Richmond College, Graduate in the School of English, 1893 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Richmond College, Graduate in the School of Philosophy, 1894 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Bachelor of Arts of Richmond College, 1894 June 21 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
University College of Medicine, Graduate of Pharmacy, 1896 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Registered Pharmacist Certificate, 1896 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Series 7.3. Lora Elizabeth (McGlasson) Robins
Richmond Public Schools, Diploma, Elective Course, 1958 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
University of Richmond Citation, Distinguished Service Award, Lora McGlasson Robins, B.A., D. Hum., 1982 May 9 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Series 7.4. Martha Elizabeth (Taylor) Robins (ca. 1883–1957)
Southwestern Baptist University, Music, 1902 (SEE oversized flat file folder 6)
Bank Statements and returned Checks, 1936–1942
Condolence Notes and Obituaries
Series 8. Audio Visual Materials
The film collection features various aspects of the Robins's family life and their business. The films are available
for viewing with advanced notice to the reference staff. The film reels in the canisters were transferred to DVD, and
have been consolidated onto two discs. A third disc was made of an dicta-trans audio recording. The reels of film cannot
be served to the public. Some of the films were damaged before they were transferred to DVD, and as a result have uneven
focus or other visual disruptions. The first disc is mainly Robins family related. The second disc primarily concerns
the A. H. Robins Company.
Disc 1 is divided into 11 chapters, the first chapter is the title page. The films in the second and third chapters
are located under the title "various vacations," and feature vacations that Mr. and Mrs. Robins took together during the
mid 1940s. Locations include Cuba, Niagra Falls, Lake Louise, and Vancouver, BC. A group of pharmaceutical people may
be featured in the trip to Lake Louise. The primary camera person is Mrs. Lora Robins. Chapter 4, "Clearview Family,
March 1949," shows the Robins family at Clearview, the family home in Richmond, Virginia in 1949 (also featured are their
two dogs Prince and Princess). Chapter 5, "Hershey and 1st Parade," featured a vacation Mr. and Mrs. Robins took with
Robins employee G. Mallory Freeman, the director of advertising for A. H. Robins, and his wife Mary Mills Freeman to the
Hotel Hershey in Pennsylvania in 1955. Views of the Richmond Tobacco Festival parade from A. H. Robins's building on
Broad Street in 1955 can be seen in chapters 5, 6, "Parade, 3rd Part;" 8, "Tobacco Parade;" and 9 (8 and 9 are the same
film). In chapter 7, "New York Trip," one can see parts of an A. H. Robins Co. sponsored trip for employees to New York
City in 1953. Unfortunately the film is damaged, with problems with drifting focus. Mr. and Mrs. Robins's vacation to
Marineland, Cyprus Gardens, Florida is located in chapter 10, "Florida, Cyprus Gardens, Marineland." The last family
movie, filmed in black and white, chapter 11, "Museum," (mislabeled when it arrived to the VHS) is of a pool party
hosted by the Robins for exchange students. The party was attended by Bishop Walter F. Sullivan.
Disc 2 is divided into seven chapters, chapter one being the title page. The first two films, chapters two, and
three, "Wadel Laboratories, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil," are from Mr. and Mrs. Robins's company trip to tour subsidiary
Wadel Laboratories in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Wadel films are in black and white film without sound. Chapters four,
"A. H. Robins Research Lab Groundbreaking, 1962," and five, "Dedication of Research Lab," show the events surrounding
the ground breaking and dedication for the Research Laboratories in 1962. A ground breaking and press conference for
the dedication of the building, without sound, are shown. Chapter 6, "Bowl of Hygeia," includes a film about the A. H.
Robins Co. sponsored pharmacist award the Bowl of Hygeia. The film is in color and includes sound. The last film,
chapter 7, "A. H. Robins Company," contains a film about the A. H. Robins Company history in color with sound. Facilities
and key employees are featured in the film.
1, reels 1–8,(8mm)
2, reels 9–12 (8mm)
Clearview Family, March 1949 (16mm)
Hershey and 1st Parade (16mm)
Parade, 3rd Part (16mm)
Conversation about company history and technology, speakers unidentified (3/4' audio)
New York Trip, 1953 (16mm)
Tobacco Parade (16mm)
Wadel Laboratories, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 1967 April 22 (16mm)
Wadel Laboratories, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 1967 April 22–28 (16mm)
Marine Lane, Cyprus Gardens, Florida, 1947 (16mm)
Exchange student pool party at Robins house.
A. H. Robins Research Lab Ground Breaking, 1962 March (16mm)
Robins Research Lab Building Ground Breaking, 1962 March (16mm) Does not project
Dedication of Research Lab (16mm)
"Bowl of Hygeia," Answer Print (16mm) 2 copies
"Company" A. H. Robins 11919-E and 11919-I (16mm) 2 copies
(11919-I beginning of film split and missing)
DVDs (conversions of films listed above)
Family and business films
Audio track, conversation with employee (may be Roscoe Puckett) about company's history and technology
DVDs, Video Tapes and Audio Tapes
A. H. Robins Clinical Experiences with Duramorph PH, 1985 July 31 (VHS)
A. H. Robins Fiftieth Anniversary, 1988 June 20 (Beta Master)
A. H. Robins Pharmaceutical Division Panel Chapter 11, 1985 Sept 16 (VHS) 2 copies
Dialogue on Corporate Philanthropy, E. Claiborne Robins, Dr. E. Bruce Heilman (DVD)
E. Claiborne Robins Tape, 1986 June 17 (Beta Master) (197 BCA-05)
E. Claiborne Robins Remarks 80th Birthday (Audio Tape)
Frank Mann Retirement Party, 1986 July 24 (Beta Master and VHS copy) 2 copies
Giving is Healing (Beta Master)
A Message to Employees of A. H. Robins (Master)
'Rockin Robins Picnic Lip Synch Contest, 1989
Series 9. Oral Histories
The collection includes 105 interviews of A. H. Robins employees involved with the company from the early stages until
it was sold. Some employees during the interview process were working for Robins's successor company Wyeth. The project
was undertaken by Reynolds Business History Archivist, Mary Virginia Currie and oral historian, Katharine Randolph to
document the interesting corporate culture and lives of the employees of the A. H. Robins Company. Original recordings
for some transcripts were not retained.
Allen, Alex W., 2005 August 31
Armstrong, Brad (Loren Bradford), 2005 August 19
Barnette, Henry Wayne, 2004 November 1
Bell, Mildred B., 2005 August 3
Berlinghoff, A. E., (Ed), 2004 November 6
Brooks, Eugene C., 2005 April 4
Brown, Joseph E., 2005 July 30
Burke, John L., 2005 January 5
Cale, Albert D. (Jack), 2005 July 6
Carneal, Ernest L., 2005 July 20
Carneal, Janice H., 2005 July 20
Carnefix, Anne H., 2005 August 8
Chambliss, Robert L., 2005 August 22
Clark, Frederick A., 2005 July 13
Clay, Clarence, 2005 January 5
Coleman, Vernelle, 2005 April 19
Collins, Richard L., 2005 January 20
Cridlin, William B., Jr., 2005 July 18
Davidson, Julia H., 2004 November 30
Dillehay, Bette H., 2005 January 28
Doutt, Patricia Ashworth, 2005 April 21
DuVal, Audrey Flood, 2005 June 23
Fielden, Marvel L., 2005 August 18
Fitzgerald, Maxine C., 2005 April 29
French, Daniel E., 2005 January 11
Freund, Jack, 2005 June 29
Frost, Edward J., 2005 January 3
Garber, Josephine L., 2005 July 1
Gilbert, Frank W., 2005 August 27
Gordon, John Chalmers, 2005 January 28
Gray, Gayle W., 2005 August 18
Green, Joseph P., 2005 August 8
Grey, Mary Dell, 2004 October 27
Hall, Howard L., 2005 July 15
Harper, Ernest E., Jr., 2005 July 1
Harrell, Doris M., 2005 August 15
Harris, Gladys M. Bailey, 2004 October 4
Hart, H. Roger, 2005 August 17
Heilman, E. Bruce (Earl Bruce), 2004 December 8
Helm, Dewitt F, Jr., 2005 July 1
Hess, Shirley R., 2005 April 20
Hodge, Betty Creggar, 2005 July 12
Hodge, Clyde R., 2005 April 11
Hogsett, Robert Andrew, 2005 July 28
Hopkins, Robert Allen, 2005 August 26
Jenkins, Philena H., 2005 April 15
Johnson, Adolph, 2005 July 5
Kaufman, Duwaine F., 2005 March 30
Kelley, Virginia C. (Jenny), 2005 August 30
Kenney, Clara G., 2004 October 12
Kessler, Sidney, 2005 July 17
King, William E., 2005 September 9
Kirby, Anne W., 2004 November 4
Klotz, Joseph H., 2005 July 7
Kouten, Janet Barrack, 2005 September 8
Leonard, Charles Arthur, 2005 March 10
Lunsford, Carl D., 2005 April 25*
Mann, Frank W., 2005 August 1
Martin, Albert Edwin, 2005 April 8
Meredith, Jessie H., 2005 June 27
Miller, Jacob W., 2005 July 29
Moore, Kenneth Earl, 2005 August 15
Moore, Roscoe Michael, 2004 October 14
Morgan, Georgia Bazacos, 2005 January 21
Murphey, Robert Stafford, 2004 November 29
Neurohr, John, 2005 June 30
O’Hallahan, Carl D., 2005 August 23
Page, Carolyn Nelson, 2005 November 22
Parrish, Preston L., 2005 July 21
Payne, Helen L., 2005 April 19
Perkins, Stuart M., 2005 March 16
Perks, J. Herman, 2005 April 5
Pinney, Mary H., 2005 August 30
Preston, Ellen J., 2005 August 4
Proakis, Anthony, G., 2005 July 27
Ramsay, Robert Lee, 2005 August 1
Roberts, James C., 2005 August 31
Robins, Edwin Claiborne, 2005 September 2005
Robins, Lora, 2004 July 8 and 2007 January 26
Rose, Edward K., 2005 April 7
Samford, Wayne T., 2005 June 28
Sasser, Frank M., 2005 July 27
Scanniello, Thomas R. (Tom), 2005 July 25
Schellenger, Norman D.(Norm), 2005 July 14
Schools, Beverly S., 2005 August 25
Scruggs, Roberta Roberts (Bobbe), 2004 November 10
Shumate, Stuart, 2004 September 17
Slaughter, Alexander H., 2005 September 7
Smith, Howard, 2005 June 30
Smithdeal, William F., 2005 January 4
Stiles, G. E. R. (Ned), 2004 October 26
Sullivan, Robert G., 2004 November 9
Taylor, John D., 2004 December 7
Teng, Lina C., 2005 August 12
Townes, H. Carlton, 2005 August 2
Tracy, Charles H., 2005 July 21
Turley, Brenda C. G., 2005 June 23
Tuttle, Roger L., 2005 August 10
Watts, Robert G., 2005 August 16
Welstead, William J., 2005 April 14
West, Cornelius J.,
White, Richard L., 2005 April 22
Williams, Charlie Lee, 2004 September 22
Winston, Cornita B., 2005 July 5
Woodle, Shirley D., 2005 June 30
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