Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 17: 1985



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10th International Conference of American States at Caracas (1945), records accessioned, 125

21st Army Group, records declassified, 266

25th Infantry Bicycle Corps, article about, 7-23; photos, 6, 14, 15

35th Division Association, papers and materials accessioned, 126

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A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings on Archival Theory and Practice, compiled by Maygene F. Daniels and Timothy Walch, 128

"A Special Anniversary," by Frank G. Burke, 140-141

Abrams, Floyd, 200

"Accessions and Openings," see National Archives and Records Administration

Acheson, Dean, papers declassified, 66

Ad Hoc Panel on Nuclear Test Limitation, records declassified, 195

Adjutant General's Office, records accessioned, 265

Advertising Council, 230, 233, 241

Aeronautics, Bureau of, records accessioned, 266; records declassified, 264

Africa, papers relating to accessioned, 195

Agency for International Development, records declassified, 265; records declassification review, 201

Agent Orange, 133

Aging, symposium on, 270

Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 188, 190

Agricultural Economics, Bureau of, papers relating to opened, 125

Alaska, records relating to accessioned, 193

Aldrich, Winthrop W., 231, 233, 234

Alien Property, Office of, 98

"The All American Sport: Baseball as Business" (exhibit), 78-91

Allen, Marie B., "'The Greatest Monstrosity in America:' A Brief History of the Old Executive Office Building," 247-258

Allyn, Nancy E., "Uncle Sam Speaks: Broadsides and Posters from the National Archives," 259-263

American Heritage Foundation, 233, 237, 238-242, 244

American history instructional packets, 175-176, 178-179

"American Immigrant Genealogy: Ship Passenger Lists," by Frank H. Serene, 112-121

American Indians, 128; in the Washington Territory, 58-65

American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, compiled by Cynthia Fox, edited by Constance Potter, 128

American Management Systems, Inc., 269

American-Mexican Claims Commission, Agrarian Dockets declassified, 265

American Youth Congress, papers relating to accessioned, 126

Anderson, Gwen, files opened, 196

Ann Whitman File, records declassified, 67

Anti-Semitism, 93-106

Archival information clearinghouse, 133

"Archives and the International Scene" by Robert M. Warner, 4-5

Archivist of the United States, appointment of, 4

Arent, Fox, Kinter, Plotkin, and Kahn, 87

Armed Services Renegotiation Division, records declassified, 266

Army, Department of the, 259-260; Twenty-fifth Infantry Bicycle Corps, 7-23; photo, 6

Army, Office of the Secretary of the, records declassified, 266

Ashkenas, Bruce F., "A Legacy of Hatred: The Records of a Nazi Organization in America," 93-106

Atomic Energy Commission, records accessioned, 266 "Automation and Documentary Editing Projects," by Nancy Sahli, 131-132

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Balaban, Barney, 230, 231

Barnard, Harry, papers opened, 66

"Baseball, Bubble Gum, and Business: The Making of an Archives Exhibit," by John Vernon and Richard E. Wood, 79-91

Baseball cards, 79-91

Bellush, Bernard, papers opened, 194

Bennett, Hugh Hammond, 70-71

Berlin, Ira, 208; et al., "Writing Freedom's History: The Destruction of Slavery," 211-227 Berlin, Irving, 231, 237

"The Bicentennial Era: A Time to Think Boldly," by James MacGregor Burns, 143-153

Bicycle Corps (Army), article about, 7-23

Birmingham, Alabama, 238-240

Black Americans, 208, 209, 211-227

Black History: A Guide to Civilian Records in the National Archives, compiled by Debra L. Newman, 128, 208

Black History Month, 208-209

Black, Hugo, 162-163

Bolivia, records relating to declassified, 265

Boos, Edward H., 16, 19, 22; quoted, 18

Boston Naval Shipyard, records declassified and opened, 267

Bradsher, James Gregory, 208-209; "Taking America's Heritage to the People: The Freedom Train Story," 229-245

Broadsides, 259-263

Broader, David, papers accessioned, 195

Brophy, Thomas D'Arcy, 230, 231, 233, 234

Bubble gum, marketing of, 79-91

Buck, Solon J., 4, 229, 230, 233

Budget, Bureau of the, records opened, 67

Bulgaria, diplomats in Unites States during World War II, 31-32, 38-39

Burger, Warren E., 141; photo, 168; statement by, 167

Burke, Frank G., 69, 132, 133, 199; "A Special Anniversary," 140-141; "From Slavery to Freedom" 208-209; "Preserving Our Past," 76-77; quoted, 198

Burns, Arthur, papers opened, 197

Burns, James MacGregor, 141; "The Bicentennial Era: A Time to Think Boldly," 143-153; photo of, 150

Burroughs, Wynell C., and Jean West Mueller, "Using Documents to Teach the Constitution," 172-179

Burr, Andrew S., 10, 12, 21; quoted, 20, 22

Burton, Dennis A., James B. Rhoads, and Raymond W. Smock, A Guide to Manuscripts in the Presidential Libraries, 199

Butler, Benjamin F., 214

Butler, Stuart L., Records of Headquarters, Army of the Southwestern Frontier, and Headquarters, Second and Seventh Military Districts, 1835-1853, Register of Letters Received and Letters Received of the Department of Texas, the District of Texas, and the Fifth Military District, 1865-1870, microfilm publications, 130

Butterfield, Alexander, papers accessioned, 68; papers opened, 197

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Cabot, John Moors, papers accessioned, 194-195, 264

Calkins, John T., files opened, 196

Cambodia, records relating to declassified, 265

Castro, Nash, papers opened, 127

Catholics, Nazi treatment of, 97

"Celebrating the Constitution: A Symposium," 167-171

Census records, 47-48

Central Intelligence Agency, and FOIA requirements, 71

Central Intelligence Information Act, 132-133

Cheney, Richard, files opened, 196

Children's Bureau, records accessioned, 125, 191

Chinese exclusion files, accessioned, 193

Christie, Howard Chandler, poster by, 142

Civil Aeronautics Board, papers relating to accessioned, 196

Civil War, 211-227; sources on, 214

Clark, Jerry L, "Thus Spoke Chief Seattle: The Story of an Undocumented Speech," 58-65

Clark, Tom, 229, 230, 231; quoted, 231

Coblenz, William, 229, 230

Cofer, John D., papers opened, 196

Commodity Futures Trading Commission, records accessioned, 123

Community Analysis Reports and Community Analysis Trend Reports of the War Relocation Authority, 1942-46, by Jeanne Young, microfilm publication, 130

Concentration camps (World War II, Germany), 97

Confiscation Act, 215, 216, 218

Congo, records relating to declassified, 67

Congressional papers conference, 199

Connor, Theophilius Eugene ("Bull"), 239-240

The Constitution: Evolution of a Government (documentary learning unit), 268-269

Constitution, National Archives Task Force on the Bicentennial of the, 133-134

Constitution Study Group of the National Archives Volunteers, 141, 167, 200

Constitution, U.S., bicentennial of the, 140-141, 143-153, 155-165, 167-171, 181; instructional units, 176, 178-179; sources, 181-190

Cooper, Susan L., "Recent America 1934-1984," 53-57

Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division Relating to General, Political, Economic, and Military Conditions in Japan, 1918-1941, by Charles A. Shaughnessy, microfilm publication, 130

Crow Nation, photographs of on exhibit, 200

Cutler, Lloyd N., 141, 152; photo, 169; statement by, 168

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Daniels, Maygene F., and Timothy Walch, compilers, A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings on Archival Theory and Practice, 128

Darlington, Charles F., papers declassified, 66

De Angeles, Anthony, records relating to accessioned, 123

"Dear Uncle Sam" (dramatic presentation), 268

Denmark, records relating to declassified, 265

Dennison, Robert L., files declassified, 194

Denver Mint, records accessioned, 122

Devers, Jacob L., papers accessioned, 66

Dewey, Thomas E., 102, 252

Diplomats, treatment of during World War II, 25-43

Document inventory process, 76-77

Document preservation, 76-77; conference on, 198

Documentation History of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1800, project, 184

Documentary learning units, 268-269

Documentary Sources in the United States: Federal Records, 199

Dollar, Charles M., "Putting the Army on Wheels: The Story of the Twenty-Fifth Infantry Bicycle Corps," 7-23

Donaldson, Ruth and Smart Butler, Records of Headquarters,

Army of the Southwestern Frontier, and Headquarters, Second and Seventh Military Districts, 1835-1853, microfilm publication, 130

Douglass, Frederick, papers published, 208

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, papers accessioned, 126-127

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, accessions and openings, 66-67, 126-127, 194-195; records declassified, 195

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Economic Opportunity, Office of, records accessioned, 264-265

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 53; medical records accessioned, 195; papers declassified, 67; quoted, 242

Electronic records, archival management of, 270

Emancipation Proclamation, 215, 222, 223

Emergency Rescue Equipment Coordinator, records accessioned, 124

Engineers, Office of the Chief of, records accessioned, 123, 124

Environmental Protection Agency, records accessioned, 192

Europe, U.S. Special Representative in, reports of declassified, 67

Evaluating Files Maintenance and Records Disposition Programs, 129

Evans, Frank B., 69, 200

Evans, Luther, 230, 233

Ex parte Milligan, 185-188

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Fall, Bernard, papers accessioned, 195

Farm Credit Administration, records accessioned, 193

Federal Aviation Administration, records accessioned, 267

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 98, 133, 238; and enemy diplomats during World War II, article about, 25-43

Federal Extension Service, 107, 108; photograph from the files of the, 109

Federal Home Loan Bank Board, records accessioned, 265

Federal Register, 50th anniversary, 134, 198; publications, 129, 270

Federal Reserve Board, files relating to opened, 197

Federal Trade Commission, article about the, 79-91

Fenn, Dan, Jr., 198-199

Fifteenth Infantry, use of bicycles, 7,8

"Fifty Years of Soil and Water Conservation: The Soil Conservation Service" (exhibit), 70-71

Filby, P. William, Passenger and Immigration List Index, 116-117

Files maintenance, guide to available, 129

Ford, Gerald R., files accessioned, 196

Ford, Henry, 105-106

Foreign Service, records declassified and opened, 191, 265

Fort Missoula, Montana, 10-13, 20

Fort Sheridan, Illinois, 7-8

Fortas, Abe, papers relating to opened, 68

Foskett, James H., files declassified, 194

Fox, Cynthia, compiler, American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 128

Frank H. Fleer Corporation, 79-91

Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Foundation, 270; grants, 134

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, accessions and openings, 126, 194, 270; grants, 134

Fredericks, Wayne, papers accessioned, 195

Freedmen and Southern Society Project, 214

Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861-1867, 208, 214

Freedom Train, 229-245

Friedersdorf, Max, files opened, 196

"From Slavery to Freedom," by Frank G. Burke, 208-209

Fugitive Slave Law, 216-217

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Garvey, Marcus, papers published, 208

Genealogical research, 112-121; workshops, 134

General records schedules, 270

Geological Survey, records accessioned, 123, 124

Gerald R. Ford Commemorative Committee, financial records accessioned, 196

Gerald R. Ford Foundation, 201; grants, 72

Gerald R. Ford Library, accessions and openings, 196-197

German American Bund, article about, 93-106; cultural activities, 101; posters, 95, 99; youth programs, 101

Germany, records relating to accessioned, 126-127

Grants and fellowships, 71-72, 134, 201, 271

"'The Greatest Monstrosity in America': A Brief History of the Old Executive Office Building," by Marie B. Allen, 247-258

Greenbrier Hotel (White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia), 30-32, 34-36, 38-39; advertisements for, 33, 37; photos, 24, 30, 31

Grenada, documents collection opened, 71

Grove Park Inn (Asheville, North Carolina), 38-39

Grover, William D., Letters Received by the Department of Justice From the State of Florida, 1871-1884, and Letters Received by the Department of Justice from the State of North Carolina, 1871-1884, microfilm publications, 130

Gruber, Robert H., Name Index to Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division of the War Department General Staff, 1917-41, and Summary Statements of Quarterly Returns of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores on Hand in Regular and Volunteer Army Organizations, 1862-1867, 1870-1876, microfilm publications, 129

"Gruber's Letters," accessioned, 122

Gruenther, Alfred M., papers accessioned and opened, 66, 195

Guardian of Heritage: Essays on the History of the National Archives, 268

Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives, 116

Guide to Manuscripts in the Presidential Libraries, comp. and ed. by Dennis A. Burton, James B. Rhoads, and Raymond W. Smock, 199

Guide to the Records in the National Archives Relating to American Indians, compiled by Edward E. Hill, 128

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Halperin, Morton H., papers accessioned, 68

Hamer, Elizabeth E., 230, 233

Hamilton, Alexander, 167; portrait of, 161

Harry S. Truman Library, accessions and openings, 66, 126; records declassified, 194

Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs, 201; fellowships and grants, 71, 134 Harry S. Truman (President's Secretary Files), papers declassified, 66

Headquarters Records of Fort Scott, Kansas, 1869-1873, by Howard H. Wehmann, microfilm publication, 129

Hendrick, Elinor S., papers accessioned, 126

Hendrick, James P., papers accessioned and opened, 126

Henry Woison as Treasurer of the Friends of New Germany v. Anton Haegele, et al., 101

Herbert Hoover Library, accessions and openings, 125-126, 194

Hill, Edward E., Guide to the Records in the National Archives Relating to American Indians, 128

Holland, Henry F., records accessioned, 264

Homestead Hotel (Hot Springs, Virginia), 30-32, 34-36, 38-39; photos, 29

Hoover, Lou Henry, papers opened, 125, 194

Howard, A.E. Dick, 141, 200; photo, 159, 170; quoted, 131; The Road from Runnymede: Magna Carta and Constitutionalism in America, 131; statement by, 169-170; "Why Celebrate the Constitution Today?", 155-165

Hull, Cordell, 28, 255; quoted, 256

Hungary, diplomats in United States during World War II, 31-32, 38-39

Hunt, E. Howard, 54

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Iceland, records relating to declassified, 265

Immigration and Naturalization Service, 115; records accessioned, 193; records transferred, 267

Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 116

Immigrant genealogical research, 112-121

"In Splendid Isolation: Enemy Diplomats in World War II," by Arnold M. Krammer, 25-43

Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Galveston, Texas, 1886-1906, microfilm publication, 130

Indexes to Naturalization Records of the King County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1864-1889 and 1906-1928, by Phillip E. Lothyan and David M. Piff, microfilm publication, 130

Indexes to Naturalization Records of the Pierce County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1853-1923, by Phillip E. Lothyan and David M. Piff, microfilm publication, 130

Indexes to Naturalization Records of the Snohomish County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1876-1974, by Phillip E. Lothyan and David M. Piff, microfilm publication, 130

Indexes to Naturalization Records of the U.S. Circuit and District Courts for the District of Oregon, 1859-1956, by Phillip E. Lothyan and Joyce Justice, microfilm publication, 130

Indexes to Naturalization Records of the U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, Southern Division (Tacoma) 18901953, by Phillip E. Lothyan and David M. Piff, microfilm publication, 130

Indian Affairs, Bureau of, 63; records accessioned and opened, 192, 193, 267

Internal Affairs of Guatemala (file 814), 1930-44, microfilm publication, 130

Internal Affairs of the Ukraine (file 860e), 1918-49, microfilm publication, 129

Internal Affairs of Turkey (file 867), 1945-49, microfilm publication, 129-130

Internal Revenue Service, records accessioned, 124

International Archives Week in the United States, 4-5

International Boundary Commission, records accessioned, 191

International organizations, records relating to accessioned, 264

International relations, during World War II, 25-43

International Student Service, papers relating to accessioned, 126

Interrogation Records Prepared for War Crimes Proceedings of Nuernberg, 1945-47, microfilm publication, 129

Interstate commerce, 79-91

Irons, Peter, New Deal Lawyers, 188

Isolationists (World War II), 93, 97, 98, 99

Italy, and diplomats in the United States during World War II, 28-29, 30, 35, 38-39

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Jefferson, Thomas, 157; quoted, 168, 179

John F. Kennedy Library, 198-199, 271; accessions and openings, 195-196, 268

Johnson, Andrew, 186, 187; photo, 185

Johnson, Marion M., "Key Persons" Files of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, 1963-1964, microfilm publication, 130

Joslin, Theodore G., papers accessioned, 125

The Journal of Impeachment Proceedings Before the U.S. Senate, 1789-1805, by David R. Kepley, microfilm publication, 130

The Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1823, by David R. Kepley, microfilm publication, 130

The Journal of the Proceedings of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1817, by David R. Kepley, microfilm publication, 130

The Journal of the Secretary of the Senate, 1789-1813, by David R. Kepley, microfilm publication, 130

Justice, Department of, 230, 231

Justice, Joyce, Indexes to Naturalization Records of the U.S. Circuit and District Courts for the District of Oregon, 1859-1956, microfilm publication, 130

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Kansas State Historical Society, records held by transferred, 267

Kennan, George F., 29; quoted, 30, 40

Kennedy, Edward M., files accessioned, 196

Kennedy, Jacqueline, photo, 56; quoted, 53

Kennedy, John F., 53, 54; letter to, 176; photo, 176

Kennedy, Robert F., records relating to opened, 70

Kepley, David R., The Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1823; The Journal of Impeachment Proceedings Before the U.S. Senate, 1789-1805; The Journal of the Proceedings of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1817; The Journal of the Secretary of the Senate, 1789-1813, microfilm publications, 130

"Key Persons" Files of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, 1963-1964, by Marion M. Johnson, microfilm publication, 130

King, Martin Luther, Jr., papers published, 208

Kleeman, Rita Halle, papers opened, 194

Klugar, Richard, Simple Justice: The History of Brown v. Board of Education and Black America's Struggle for Equality, 188

Korean War, records relating to declassified, 66

Krammer, Arnold M., "In Splendid Isolation: Enemy Diplomats in World War II," 25-43

Kuhn, Fritz, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98, 102; photo, 101

Kunze, Wilhelm, 93, 98

Kurland, Philip, quoted, 159

Kuropas, Myron, files opened, 196

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Labor Statistics, Bureau of, records accessioned, 191

LaGuardia, Fiorello, 93, 102

Land Management, Bureau of, records accessioned, 124, 193

Lane, Rose Wilder, papers opened, 125

Lash, Joseph, papers accessioned, 126

Latin America, and Axis diplomats during World War II, 32, 34; records relating to accessioned, 264

Law, Weathers and Richardson, files accessioned, 196

League of American Wheelmen, 8, 18

Lee, Ernest R. "Tex," papers opened; 195

"Legacy of Hatred: The Records of a Nazi Organization in America, A," by Bruce F. Ashkenas, 93-106

Legislative intent, 181, 184

Letters Received by the Department of Justice From the State of Florida, 1871-1884, by Mary A. Zimmerman and William D. Grover, microfilm publication, 130

Letters Received by the Department of Justice From the State of North Carolina, 1871-1884, by William D. Grover, microfilm publication, 130

Letters Sent by Headquarters Department of Texas, 1870-1894 and 1897-1898, by James C. Stambaugh, microfilm publication, 130

Letters Sent by the Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy, 1838-1841 and 1845-1902, by Herbert Leventhal, microfilm publication, 130

Leventhal, Herbert, Letters Sent by the Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy, 1838-1841 and 1845-1902, microfilm publication, 130

Levi, Edward, papers accessioned, 196

Lincoln, Abraham, 211,214, 222, 225

List of Record Groups of the National Archives and Records Service, 129

Long, Breckinridge, 30; quoted, 25

Long, John Davis, 251-252

Lothyan, Phillip E., 269; and David M. Piff, Indexes to Naturalization Records of the King County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1864-1889 and 1906-1928; Indexes to Naturalization Records of the Pierce County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1853-1923; Indexes to Naturalization Records of the Snohomish County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1875-1974; and Indexes to Naturalization Records of the U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, Southern Division (Tacoma) 1890-1953, microfilm publications, 130; and Joyce Justice, Indexes to Naturalization Records of the U.S. Circuit and District Courts for the District of Oregon, 1859-1956, microfilm publication, 130

Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, 201; fellowships and grants, 71, 72, 134

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, accessions and openings, 67-68, 127, 196

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MacArthur, Douglas, 252, 255

Madison, James, 145, 156; portraits of, 148, 160

Madison Square Garden, 93, 94, 96; photo, 94

Magna Carta, on exhibit, 131

Manuscript processing and reference system, 269

Market Opinion Research of Detroit, papers accessioned, 196

Markman, Sherwin J., papers accessioned, 68

Mason, George, 165; portrait of, 146

McCormack, John, quoted, 242, 244

McNaughton, John T., files opened, 127; papers relating to accessioned, 67

McNeil Island Federal Penitentiary, records accessioned, 193

McReynolds, R. Michael, 199; "Studying the Constitution: Resources in the National Archives," 181-190

"Matter of Identity: Chronicles of the Family in the National Archives, A," by Christina Rudy Smith, 45-52

Means, Gardiner, papers opened, 126

Melby, John F., papers declassified, 194

Memphis, Tennessee, 238-239

Microfilm publications, 70, 116, 119, 129-130; Argentina, 130; assassination of President Kennedy, 130; Central America, 130; Colombia, 1'30; Department of Justice, 130; Department of State, 129-130; Europe, 129; Germany, 129; Guatemala, 130; Immigration and Naturalization Service, 130; ordnance, 129; Presidential proclamations, 129; Turkey, 129; Ukraine, 129; U.S. Army continental commands, 129, 130; U.S. district courts, 130; U.S. Military Academy, 130; U.S. Senate, 129, 130; war crimes, 129; War Department, 129; War Relocation Authority, 130

Microfilming of documents, 76

Miles, Nelson A., 7, 10, 19-20, 21; photo, 9; quoted, 8, 12

Miller, Edward G., records accessioned, 264

Miller, Fred E., photograph collection exhibit, 200

Milligan, Lambdin, 185-188

Mint, Bureau of the, records accessioned, 122, 123

Mitchell, Stephen A., papers relating to opened, 66

Moss, James A., 8-14, 19-20; photo, 6, 13; quoted, 10, 11, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22

Mueller, Jean West, "Using Documents to Teach the Constitution," 172-179

Mulford v. Smith, 189, 190

Munger, William, files accessioned, 192

Murphy, Robert, papers accessioned, 196

Mussolini, Benito, 28-29

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Name Index to Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division of the War Department General Staff, 1917-41, by Robert H. Gruber, microfilm publication, 129

National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policy, records accessioned, 191

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, records appraisal, 270-271

National Archives, history of the, 268

National Archives and Records Administration, accessions and openings, 66-68, 122-127, 191-197, 264-267; Atlanta Branch, 122, 266; Boston Branch, 267; Central Information Division, 264; Chicago Branch, 122; Civil Archives Division, 125, 191-192, 264-265; declassified records, 191, 264, 265, 266; Denver Branch, 122, 192, 267; Document Conservation Branch, 132; exhibits, 131, 134, 140; Federal Records Centers, 269; Kansas City Branch, 192, 267, 270; Legislative Records Division, 199; Los Angeles Branch, 123, 193-194; Military Archives Division, 124, 265-266, 269; New York Branch, 123, 192-193, 267; news and notices, 69-72, 131-134, 198201,268-271; Philadelphia Branch, 123; Seattle Branch, 193-194; 269

National Archives and Records Service (NARS) Twenty-Year Preservation Plan, 69

The National Archives of the United States, by Herman J. Viola, 128

National Archives Task Force on the Bicentennial of the Constitution, 133-134

National Archives Volunteers, Constitution Study Group, 141, 167, 200

National Association of Government Archives and Records Administration, 133

National Bureau of Standards, Center for Applied Mathematics, 69; records accessioned, 123

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 131-132, 133, 199, 200, 201, 208, 214; grants, 134

Naval Personnel, Bureau of, records opened, 125

National Security Affairs, Office of the Special Assistant for, papers declassified, 67

National Security Council, papers opened, 67; policy papers declassified, 67; records declassified, 195

National Weather Service, records accessioned, 267

Naturalization records, accessioned, 192, 193

Naval and Shore Establishments, records declassified and opened, 267

Navy, Department of the, 248; records accessioned, 265

Nessen, Ron, papers opened, 197

"The New Deal in Philadelphia: Works By and For the People" (exhibition), 268

New Deal Lawyers, by Peter Irons, 188

New Jersey, anti-hate laws, 97, 102, 105

New Orleans, Louisiana, 188

New York Times, 7, 105; quoted, 240

Newman, Debra L, Black History: A Guide to Civilian Records in the National Archives, 128, 208

Niles, David K., papers accessioned, 66

Nimetz, Matthew, files opened, 68

Nixon Presidential Materials Project, 71

Nixon, Richard M., 133, 159

Novins, Louis A., 230, 231, 233, 240; quoted, 239

Numerical List of Presidential Proclamations 1-2317, 1789-1938, microfilm publication, 129

Nuernberg Trials Records: Register Cards to the NG Document Series, 1946-49, microfilm publication, 129

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O'Brien, Lawrence F., papers accessioned, 195

Old Executive Office Building, 247-258

Optical Digital Image Storage System, 70

"Our American Heritage" (film), 237, 241

"Our Heritage in Documents," 172-179

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Pacific Islands, Trust Territories of the, records relating to declassified, 266

Pantuhoff, Oleg, Jr., papers accessioned, 194

Passenger and Immigration List lndex, by P. William Filby, 116-117

Paul, Charles H., papers accessioned, 66

Peace Corps, records accessioned, 265

Perot, H. Ross, 131

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 237, 268

Philippines, records relating to accessioned, 265

Pierce, Franklin, letter to, 60, 61

Piff, David M., 269; Indexes to Naturalization Records of the King County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1864-1889 and 1906-1928; Indexes to Naturalization Records of the Pierce County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1853-1923; Indexes to Naturalization Records of the Snohomish County Territorial and Superior Courts, 1875-1974; and Indexes to Naturalization Records of the U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, Southern Division (Tacoma) 18901953, microfilm publications, 130

Point Elliott treaty, 63

Political parties, 150-153; development of, 146, 148

Pope John XXIII, letter by, 176

Population censuses, use in immigrant genealogical research, 119

Porter, Paul, papers opened, 68

Posters, 259-263

Potter, Constance, editor, American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 128

"Preserving Our Past," by Frank G. Burke, 76-77

Presidential libraries, accessions and openings, 66-68, 125127, 194-197, 268-271; grants and fellowships, 71-72, 134, 201, 271

Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act, 133

President's Science Advisory Committee, records declassified, 195

Presley, Elvis, 53; letter about, 56

"PRESNET" Project, 269

Pribilof Islands Program, records accessioned, 193

Prisons, Bureau of, records accessioned, 193

Public Buildings Service, records accessioned, 124

Public Health Service, records accessioned, 122

Public Papers of the Presidents, 129

Public Roads, Bureau of, records accessioned, 193

Publications, 128-130

"Putting the Army on Wheels: The Story of the Twenty-Fifth Infantry Bicycle Corps," by Charles M. Dollar, 7-23

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Quartermaster General, Office of the, records transferred, 124

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Radio Propagation Laboratory, records accessioned, 123

Railroad Retirement Board, records accessioned, 122

Railroad work rules dispute, presidential tapes relating to opened, 268

Railroads and western expansion, conference on, 270

Randall, Clarence, papers accessioned, 194

Reagan, Ronald W., 4, 199, 241; Public Papers of the Presidents, 129; quoted, 198

"Recent America, 1934-1984," by Susan L. Cooper, 53-57

Reclamation, Bureau of, 107-108; photographs from the files of 108, 110; records accessioned, 267

Reconstruction, 211-227; sources on, 214

Record groups, list of available, 129

Records appraisal, 270-271

Records disposition, guide to available, 129

Records of Headquarters, Army of the Southwestern Frontier, and Headquarters, Second and Seventh Military Districts, 1835-1853, by Ruth Donaldson and Stuart Butler, microfilm

publication, 130

Records of the Department of State Relating to the Internal Affairs of Argentina (file 835), 1940-44, microfilm publication, 130

Records of the Department of State Relating to the Internal Affairs of Central America (file 813), 1930-49, microfilm publication, 130

Records of the Department of State Relating to the Internal Affairs of Colombia (file 821), 1919-29, microfilm publication, 130

Records of the Office of European Affairs (Matthews-Hickerson File), 1934-47, microfilm publication, 129

Records preservation plan, 69

Records retention schedules, 270

Register of Letters Received and Letters Received of the Department of Texas, the District of Texas, and the Fifth Military District, 1865-1870, by Stuart L. Butler, microfilm publication, 130

The Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789-1919 (microfilm publication), 119

Remington, Frederic, quoted, 12

Revolutionary War, pension records, 46-47

Roadway, Sharon L., 269

Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards, materials relating to accessioned, 195

Roberts, Chalmers, papers accessioned, 195-196

Roberts, Frank N., Jr., papers accessioned, 126

Roberts, Roy A., papers relating to accessioned, 66

Roosevelt, Eleanor, papers relating to accessioned, 126

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 148-150, 184, 256; quoted, 150

Roosevelt, Sara Delano, papers relating to accessioned, 194

Roosevelt Study Center, 270

Roosevelt, Theodore, 251; quoted, 252

Ross, Charles G., papers accessioned, 66

Rossman, Ken, 133

Rowe, James H., Jr., papers accessioned, 126

Ryan, Mary C., "Summer Images," 107-111

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Sachs, Alexander, papers accessioned, 194

Sahli, Nancy, 133; "Automation and Documentary Editing Projects," 131-132

Savannah River Plant, records accessioned, 266

Sawyer, Charles, papers accessioned, 66; papers declassified, 66; papers opened, 126

Seaton, Fred A., papers opened, 67

Second Tactical Air Force, records declassified, 266

Selective Service System, records accessioned, 192

Serene, Frank H., "American Immigrant Genealogy: Ship Passenger Lists," 112-121

Shaughnessy, Charles A., Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division Relating to General, Political, Economic, and Military Conditions in Japan, 1918-1941, microfilm publication, 130

Sherman, William T., quoted, 218, 220-221

Ship passenger lists, 112-121; samples, 113, 116-117

Sirhan, Sirhan B., exhibits from trial of opened, 70

Slaughterhouse Cases, 185-188 Slavery, 211-227

Smith, Christina Rudy, "A Matter of Identity: Chronicles of the Family in the National Archives," 45-52

Smith, Henry A., 62-63; photo, 64

Soil Conservation Service, 107, 108; anniversary exhibit, 7071; photographs from the files of, 111; records accessioned, 123

Soundex indexing system, 116

"Sources at the National Archives for Genealogical and Local History Research," 112-121

Southern Claims Commission, records of the, 48-49

Sprague Committee, records opened, 67

Spruks, H. Charles, 31, 32, 36, 38

Stambaugh, James C., Letters Sent by Headquarters Department of Texas, 1870-1894 and 1897-1898, microfilm publication, 130

State, Department of, 248; and immigrant genealogical research, 114-115; microfilm publications relating to, 129130; records accessioned, 125, 264; records declassified and opened, 66, 191, 265; records relating to accessioned, 126-127

Steinberg, Gerald, papers accessioned, 195

Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 58, 61-63; photo, 64

Stiles, Jack, papers relating to opened, 196-197

Stine, Oscar Clement, papers opened, 125

Strategic Services, Office of, records accessioned, 124

"Studying the Constitution: Resources in the National Archives," by R. Michael McReynolds, 181

Summary Statements of Quarterly Returns of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores on Hand in Regular and Volunteer Army Organizations, 1862-1867, 1870-1876, by Robert H. Gruber, microfilm publication, 129

"Summer Images," by Mary C. Ryan, 107-111

Supreme Court, U.S., 149-150, 159, 162-163, 176, 181, 184, 185-190

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"Taking America's Heritage to the People: The Freedom Train Story," by James Gregory Bradsher, 229-245

Tax increase (1963-1968), Legislative Background File on opened, 127

"Teaching the Constitution in American Schools" (conference), 172

Teeter, Robert M., papers accessioned, 196

Tennessee Valley Authority, records accessioned, 266

Tenth International Conference of American States at Caracas (1945), records accessioned, 125

Terasaki, Gwendolyn, quoted, 32, 36, 38-39, 40

Thomsen, Hans, 28, 34, 35, 98

Thorp, Clayton, materials relating to declassified, 194

Thurmond, Strom, 141; photo, 171; statement by, 171

"Thus Spoke Chief Seattle: The Story of an Undocumented Speech," by Jerry L. Clark, 58-65

Timmons, William, files opened, 196

Tocker, Herman, 83, 85, 87; quoted, 83, 85, 87

Tom L. Evans Research Grant, 71, 134, 201

Topps Chewing Gum, Inc., 79-91

Treasury, Department of the, 98; records accessioned, 191

Truman, Harry S., 233, 238, 241; quoted, 229-230, 257

Twenty-fifth Infantry Bicycle Corps, article about, 7-23; photos, 6, 14, 15

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"Uncle Sam Speaks: Broadsides and Posters from the National Archives," by Nancy E. Allyn, 259-263

United Kingdom, records relating to declassified, 265

United Nations, records relating to accessioned, 264

U.S. Air Force, Headquarters of the, records declassified, 266

U.S. Army Unit Records, Sixtieth Armored Infantry Battalion Series opened, 195

U.S. Coast Guard, Coast Guard cutter logbooks accessioned, 122; merchant marine vessel logbooks accessioned, 123; records accessioned, 193-194

U.S. courts of appeals, records accessioned, 122, 124, 192-193

U.S. district courts, records accessioned, 122, 123, 192, 193, 266, 267; records transferred, 267

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, records accessioned, 193

U.S. Geological Survey, records accessioned, 194

U.S. President's Committee on Information Activities Abroad, records opened, 67

Universal Negro Improvement Association, records published, 208

"Using Documents to Teach the Constitution," by Wynell C. Burroughs and Jean West Mueller, 172-179

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Valenti, Jack, papers opened, 196

Vander Till, Gordon, papers opened, 196-197

Vernon, John, and Richard E. Woods, "Baseball, Bubble Gum, and Business: The Making of an Archives Exhibit," 79-91

Vietnam, papers relating to accessioned, 195

Vietnam war, 133; papers relating to accessioned, 67, 68

Viola, Herman J., The National Archives of the United States, 128

Virginia, Declaration of Rights for, quoted, 165

Voting Rights Act of 1965, files relating to opened, 196

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Walch, Timothy, editor, A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings on Archival Theory and Practice, 128

War bonds, records relating to accessioned, 192

War Department, 107, 108, 248; photographs from the files of the, 109, 111

Warner, Robert M., "Archives and the International Scene," 4-5

Warnke, Paul C., papers accessioned, 67; papers opened, 127

Washington, George, 143, 144, 145, 247; portraits of, 145, 151

Watergate, 54; tapes available, 71

Watergate Committee, material relating to accessioned, 68

Wehmann, Howard H., Headquarters Records of Fort Scott, Kansas, 1869-1873, microfilm publication, 129

Welles, Sumner, quoted, 28, 29, 242

White House Central Files, opened, 196; records declassified, 67

White House Conference on Children and Youth (1960), records transferred, 195

White House General File, files opened, 125

White House Office, papers opened, 67; records declassified, 67, 195

White House Social Files, opened, 125

White, Walter, 239, 240; quoted, 234, 244

Wilson, James, portrait of, 175

Winant, John Gilbert, papers relating to opened, 194

Wood, Richard E., "Baseball, Bubble Gum, and Business: The Making of an Archives Exhibit," 79-91

World War II, 93, 97-98, 261; film series on, 132; records relating to accessioned, 265; records relating to declassified, 266; war crimes records, microfilm publications, 129

"Writing Freedom's History: The Destruction of Slavery," by Ira Berlin, et al., 211-227

"Why Celebrate the Constitution Today?" by A. E. Dick Howard, 155-165

Whyte, William C., scrapbook accessioned, 196

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Yarmolinsky, Adam, papers accessioned, 196

Young, Jeanne, Community Analysis Reports and Community Analysis Trend Reports of the War Relocation Authority, 1942-46, microfilm publication, 130

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Zimmerman, Mary A., and William D. Grover, Letters Received by the Department of Justice From the State of Florida, 1871-1884, microfilm publication, 130

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