Fall 2007: Vol. 39, No. 3
|Nixon's Library Now a Part of NARA
All the records of a near half-century in politics, with its deep valleys and high mountaintops, will be brought together under one roof—and under federal auspices.
|Wearing Lipstick to War
Liz Richardson and the "Red Cross girls" of World War II brought a real, live touch of home to soldiers headed for the front lines in Europe.
|Herbert Hoover's Boy Biographer
Eleven-year-old Billy Marsh made headlines around the world with his self-published biography of the beleaguered and unpopular 31st President.
Table of Contents
Prologue in Perspective: Honoring a Sacred Obligation to History
Herbert Hoover's Boy Biographer
Clara Pix Ritter: Confederate Agent
Lee A. Gladwin
Listening to Nixon: An Archivist's Reflections on His Work with the White House Tapes
Samuel W. Rushay, Jr.
Spotlight on NARA: Preserving the Past, Keeping Pace with the Future
Mary C. Ryan
Genealogy Notes: Looking for an Ancestor in the Panama Canal Zone, 1904–1914
Authors on the Record: Partners in Power: Nixon and Kissinger
Foundation for the National Archives
Pieces of History: Lincoln's Own Words, Newly Discovered
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