Prologue Magazine

Prologue Magazine

Records of Rights

A new exhibit at the David M. Rubenstein Gallery examines the "Records of Rights."


Color television and the FCC

How the FCC decided who got the nod to put color into our TV sets.


Secret Indian treaties

Unratified treaties found new value for California Indians at the start of the 20th century.

 

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Table of Contents

From the Archivist

Features

In the Magazine

  • "An Idea Lives On": President John F. Kennedy's words about ideas

  • The Ike and Harry Thaw

  • An American Abroad: William Dean Howells

  • Authors on the Record: Jane Franklin's Letters

  • Foundation for the National Archives

  • Pieces of History: Whistler's Etching of Anacapa Island

Genealogy Notes

Ancestors from the West Indies

West Indies immigrants

An overview of Afro-Caribbean immigration from 1900 to 1930.

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