The William G. Robbins Papers document his teaching, research and publishing activities and include correspondence, course syllabi and lecture notes, articles and book reviews, and extensive research and reference materials created and assembled by Robbins. A scholar of the environmental history of North America and a noted author, Robbins was a faculty member in the Oregon State University History Department from 1971 until his retirement in 1999.
28.9 cubic feet; 26 archives boxes
The Oregon Multicultural Archives includes other collections pertaining to Native Americans. The Archives' collections include many collections documenting the history of forestry and the forest products in the Northwest including the College of Forestry Records (RG 139); the Spotted Owl Management, Research, and Policy Collection; and the Mater Engineering Tribal Consultation Files.
An oral history interview conducted with Bill Robbins recounting his memories of William Appleman Williams is held in the History of Oregon State University Oral Histories and Sound Recordings Collection (OH 03).