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General Records of the U.S. Government (Record Group 11)
1 cubic foot
Presidential Election Certificates of Ascertainment and Certificates of Vote, 2000. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of Education (Record Group 12)
5 cubic feet
Records of Senior Officials and Political Appointees, 1964–78, U.S. Department of Education. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Mediation Board (Record Group 13)
14 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Veterans Administration (Record Group 15)
22 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture (Record Group 16)
3 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
633 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24)
6 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the National Labor Relations Board (Record Group 25)
208 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; Publications Master Files, Election Reports 1/1997–12/2000. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
52 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed.

Coast Guard Collection of Historical Documents, 1779–1886. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
4 cubic feet
Records of Deputy Director Bradford R. Hunter, 1997–1999; Records of Acting Director James F. Holmes, 1998–99. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Extension Service (Record Group 33)
13 cubic feet
Office of Public Affairs, biographies and master press. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (Record Group 34)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (Record Group 38)
521 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Social Security Administration (Record Group 47)
178 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of Management and Budget (Record Group 51)
18 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56)
150 cubic feet
Subject Files of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Developing Nations Finance, 1976–77; Chronological Files of the Office of Financial Resources and Energy Finance, 1974–77; Briefing Books of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Developing Nations Finance, 1972–77; Subject Files of the Office of International Banking and Portfolio Investment, 1967–75; Chronological Files of the Office of International Development Banks, 1973–75; Briefing Books of the Office of Trade Policy and Negotiations, 1971–76; Briefing Books on the Middle East, 1974–75; Subject Files of the Office of International Investment, 2/9/77–12/22/77; Records Pertaining to Monetary Reform, 1968–78; Chronological Files of the Office of Trade Policy and Negotiations, 1973–75; Letters and Memorandums of the Office of Trade Policy and Negotiations, 1974–76; Subject Files of the Office of International Monetary Affairs, 1968–78; Briefing Books of the Office of International Monetary Affairs, 1966–78.

Briefing Memorandums on Switzerland, Japan, and Germany, 1972–80; Congressional Correspondence, 1974–76; Chronological Files of Thomas Leddy, Director of the Office of International Monetary Affairs, 1970–79; Subject Files, 1977–79; records relating to Canada, 1963–74; records relating to the International Monetary Fund, 1974–80; Briefing Books, 1971–80; United Nations Files, 1973–79;Overseas Private Investment Corporation Files, 1970–76; Latin American Files, 1974–75; Inter-American Development Bank Files, 1978–79; Office Chronological Files, 1974–75; Central Files, 1974–75; Council on International Economic Policy Files, 1974–76; records relating to Portugal, Italy, and Spain, 1976–1981; Chronological Files relating to Brazil, 1975–81; Briefing Papers, 1964–81; Central Chronological Files of the United States-Saudi Arabian Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation, 1974–76; records relating to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 1962–84; Subject Files of the Office of Raw Materials and Oceans Policy, 1976–77; Meeting Files of Henry Wallich, Senior Consultant, 1969–70. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Geological Survey (Record Group 57)
24 cubic feet
International Geology Technical Reports File. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Internal Revenue Service (Record Group 58)
197 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
597 cubic feet
Records relating to Iceland, 1963–75; Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, records relating to military affairs, 1962–70; records relating to Algeria, 1971–75; records relating to Tunisia, 1973–75; records relating to Morocco, 1973–74; records relating to Libya, 1970–74; records relating to Turkey, 1968–74; records relating to Greece, 1974–75; records relating to Cyprus, 1969–74; records relating to Norway, 1963–75; records relating to the Netherlands, 1965–75; Bureau of European and Canadian Affairs, records relating to military affairs, 1961–72; records relating to Iraq, 1973–75; records relating to Ireland, 1963–75;

records relating to France, 1963–75; records relating to Spain, 1963–76; records relating to the United Kingdom, 1962–74; records relating to Syria, 1972–75; records relating to Lebanon, 1969–73; records relating to Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria, 1966–72; records relating to Jordan, 1969–75;records relating to Aden and Yemen, 1966–67; records relating to Saudi Arabia, 1955–74; records relating to Egypt, 1967–75; records relating to India, 1966–75; records relating to Pakistan, 1961–74; records relating to Afghanistan, 1960–74; records relating to Kuwait, 1971–72; [Public Affairs Adviser] Subject Files, 1968–69; Subject Files of Rodger P. Davies, 1967–74; records relating to East Pakistan/Bangladesh, 1968–75. Materials open.

Condolence books. Materials unprocessed.

Central Foreign Policy File: Microfilm of electronic telegrams, 1973, 16mm "D" Reels, 1973–74; Central Foreign Policy "P" Reels 16mm Microfilm, Includes Paper Copies, 1974; Central Foreign Policy File, 1973–74, Paper copies telegrams - Top Secret RD/FRD hard copy; Subject Files for Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance 1972–78; Subject & Program Files for Bureau of Intelligence & Research INR, 1943–80; Selected Logs - Conversations with USSR officials, and index to President and SecState Diplomatic Correspondence. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
2,740 cubic feet
Office of Public Affairs, biographies and master press. Materials unprocessed.

Records of the Office of the Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General, and Associate Attorney General; Files of Assistant Attorney General Richard K. Willard, Civil Division, 1985–88; FISA Applications, 1973; Records of Assistant Attorney General Weld, Criminal Division, 1986–88. Materials unprocessed and some security classified.

Closed Case File 129-11E-1 Lynette Fromme, 1975–76; Transcripts of weekly meetings of Attorney General J. Reno with new media members, 5/1993–1/2001. Materials unprocessed.

Class 90 Litigation Case Files; Class 95 Litigation Case Files; Class 90 Enclosures; Class 91 Litigation Case Files; Class 91 Enclosures; Class 93 Enclosures; Class 95 Enclosures; Class 106 Litigation Case Files; Class 106 Enclosures; Class 93 Litigation Case Files. Materials open.

Master copies of press releases 1967 and 1968; Records of the Office of the Deputy Attorney General, 1969–72, Tenure of Richard G. Kleindienst; National Banking Act Investigation of Carter's Warehouse & the National Bank of Georgia, 1/78 to12/20/79. Materials unprocessed and some security classified.

Class 113 Enclosures; Class 120 Litigation Case Files; Class 120 Enclosures; Class 121 Litigation Case Files; Class 121 Enclosures; Class 95 Litigation Case Files; Class 113 Litigation Case Files. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Archives and Records Administration (Record Group 64)
Statistical program reports, FY 1971–87; annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed.

Records of inquiry of disposal of records of Naval Research Lab stored at WNRC Suitland, 1997–98; Litigation Files, 1977–82 - Office of General Counsel; Publications Records Set, Microfilm Publications: Territorial Papers of U.S., 1971–81. Materials unprocessed.

EPA State Implementation Plans (SIPS) incorporated re: Code of Federal Regulations 1972–92. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65)
2,047 cubic feet
Headquarters Files from Classification 121 (Loyalty of Government Employees) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1947–73; Headquarters Files from Classification 9 (Extortion) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1944–80; Headquarters Files from Classification 138 (Loyalty of Employees of International Organizations) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1953–54; Headquarters Files from Classification 134 (Foreign Counterintelligence Assets) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1955–72; Headquarters Files from Classification 140 (Security of Government Employees) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1953–71; Headquarters Files from Classification 123 (Special Inquiry - Dept. of State, Voice of America) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1948–66;

Headquarters Files from Classification 163 (Foreign Police Cooperation) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1961–97; Headquarters Files from Classification 117 (Atomic Energy Act) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1948–47; Headquarters Files from Classification 114 (Alien Property Custodian Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1945–67; Headquarters Files from Classification 113 (Foreign Military and Naval Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1944–50; Headquarters Files from Classification 112 (Foreign Funds) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1944–73; Headquarters Files from Classification 124 (European Recovery Program) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1948–71;

Headquarters Files from Classification 111 (Foreign Social Conditions) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1944–88; Headquarters Files from Classification 161 (Special Inquiries for the White House, Congressional Committees, and Other Government Agencies) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1961–76; Headquarters Files from Classification 164 (Crime Aboard Aircraft) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1976–76; Headquarters Files from Classification 177 (Discrimination in Housing) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1975–75; Headquarters Files from Classification 185 (Protection of Foreign Officials and Official Guests) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1973–82, Headquarters Files from Classification 199 (Foreign Counterintelligence - Terrorism) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1985–86;

Headquarters Files from Classification 201 (Foreign Counterintelligence - Satellites) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1979–88; Headquarters Files from Classification 203 (Foreign Counterintelligence - All Other Countries) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1978–82; Headquarters Files from Classification 216 (Foreign Counterintelligence Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1967–82; Headquarters Files from Classification 218 (Foreign Counterintelligence Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1983–83; Indexes to Headquarters Files released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1938–2002; Headquarters Files from Classification 110 (Foreign Economic Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1943–56;

Miscellaneous Records Relating to Raoul Wallenberg released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1945–93; Headquarters Files from Classification 151 (Referral Cases From Office of Personnel Management - Applicant Loyalty) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1956–84; Headquarters Files from Classification 97 (Foreign Agents Registration Act) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1939–94; Headquarters Files from Classification 72 (Obstruction of Criminal Investigations) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1956–80; Headquarters Files from Classification 73 (Application for Pardon) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1968–77; Headquarters Files from Classification 77 (Applicants - Special Inquiry, Departmental, Other Government Agencies) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1956–63;

Headquarters Files from Classification 87 (Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1968–95; Headquarters Files from Classification 89 (Assaulting or Killing a Federal Officer) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1975–76; Headquarters Files from Classification 93 (Ascertaining Financial Ability) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1966–75; Headquarters Files from Classification 65 (Espionage) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1923–82; Headquarters Files from Classification 96 (Alien Applicants) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1941–43; Headquarters Files from Classification 101 (Hatch Act) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1942–48;

Headquarters Files from Classification 98 (Sabotage) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1940–68; Headquarters Files from Classification 100 (Domestic Security) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1931–92; Headquarters Files from Classification 105 (Foreign Counterintelligence) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1942–96; Headquarters Files from Classification 106 (Alien Enemy Control) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1943–69; Headquarters Files from Classification 15 (Theft From Interstate Shipment) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1944–45; Headquarters Files from Classification 107 (Denaturalization Proceedings) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1943–44; Headquarters Files from Classification 109 (Foreign Political Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1945–66;

Headquarters Files from Classification 95 (Laboratory Examinations) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1978–87; Headquarters Files from Classification 44 (Civil Rights) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1965–87; Headquarters Files from Classification 39 (Falsely Claiming Citizenship) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1945–45; Headquarters Files from Classification 64 (Foreign Miscellaneous) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1941–89; Headquarters Files from Classification 19 (Censorship Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1942–46; Headquarters Files from Classification 17 (Fraud Against the Government - Veterans Administration) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1950–62; Headquarters Files from Classification 40 (Passport and Visa Matters) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1941–78;

Headquarters Files from Classification 45 (Crime on the High Seas) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1947–47; Headquarters Files from Classification 46 (Fraud Against the Government) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1966–78; Headquarters Files from Classification 50 (Involuntary Servitude and Slavery) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1952–54; Headquarters Files from Classification 52 (Theft or Destruction of Government Property) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1947–49; Headquarters Files from Classification 63 (Miscellaneous - Nonsubversive) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1989–89; Headquarters Files from Classification 61 (Treason) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1925–84; Headquarters Files from Classification 62 (Administrative Inquiry - Misc. Subversive & Nonsubversive) released under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, 1917–87. Materials open.

Class 101 Investigations of Hatch Act Violations; Class 44 Case Files relating to Civil Rights Violations; Class 40 Investigation of Passport and Visa Matters; Class 50 Investigations of Involuntary Servitude and Slavery. Materials security classified.

65 Classification Interim Transfer of FBIHQ Case Files pertaining to espionage violations. Materials security classified.

Transfer of FBIHQ case files re: investigations of Violations of Civil Rights Act of 1964. 1964–78; transfer of FBI Field Office case files re: investigation of civil rights violations 1964–78; transfer of San Antonio Office case files re: investigation of Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968–78. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
1,144 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the National Park Service (Record Group 79)
43 cubic feet
Archaeological Permit Case Files. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Reserve System (Record Group 82)
Less than 1 cubic foot
Federal Open Market Committee Minutes, 1/2003–12/2003. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (Record Group 85)
Less than 1 cubic foot
Name Index to Bureau of Naturalization Correspondence Files, 1906–46. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Food and Drug Administration (Record Group 88)
40 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
17 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Farmers Home Administration (Record Group 96)
21 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
14 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Comptroller of the Currency (Record Group 101)
265 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Farm Credit Administration (Record Group 103)
4 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (Record Group 111)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff

Records of the Office of the Surgeon General (Army) (Record Group 112)
25 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed.

U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Detrick, MD; Program Briefing Files, 1977–79; U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Detrick, MD; General Records, 1971–74; U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command, Comptroller Division; Program Development Files, 1967–75. Materials Open. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Soil Conservation Service (Record Group 114)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (Record Group 116)
3 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of United States Attorneys (Record Group 118)
29 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Public Buildings Service (Record Group 121)
17 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Judge Advocate General (Navy) (Record Group 125)
57 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the U.S. Marine Corps (Record Group 127)
256 cubic feet
First Marine Division, Korean War Records. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of Alien Property (Record Group 131) 3 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Agricultural Marketing Service (Record Group 136)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Record Group 138)
12 cubic feet
Energy Regulatory Commission Docket Sheets, 1920–78; Commission Press/News Releases, 1981–90; Commission Publications, 1942–90. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Agricultural Stabilization/Conservation Service (Record Group 145)
172 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (Record Group 151)
26 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Judge Advocate General (Army) (Record Group 153)
12 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Ordnance (Record Group 156)
9 cubic feet
Installation Management Division, Safety Branch Facility and Security Program Files, 1960–62; Personnel and Training Division, Research and Development Division Report Files, 1958–61; Personnel and Training Division, Military Personnel Branch, Correspondence, 1960–61; Research and Development Division Operating Program Progress Reporting Files, 1959–62; Personnel and Training Division, Military Personnel Branch, Training Instruction Files, 1960–62. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Foreign Agricultural Service (Record Group 166)
47 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center.

Controlled Correspondence (Policy Files), 1992–99. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Drug Enforcement Administration (Record Group 170)
13 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Communications Commission (Record Group 173)
417 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Labor (Record Group 174) 109 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (Record Group 181)
34 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials Unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of Employment Security (Record Group 183)
2 cubic feet
General Subject Files 1957–61. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Civil Aeronautics Board (Record Group 197)
22 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Record Group 207)
11 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of Treasury (Record Group 217)
174 cubic feet
Annual Transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards (Record Group 220)
95 cubic feet
Gulf War Veterans Illnesses Commission; National Center for Educational Statistics (NECES) and NCLIS Program Materials, 1993–97; School Library Media Center Survey, 1990–99 - NCLIS; NCLIS Publications, 1971–2003 National Commissions on Libraries; Academic Library Survey, 1990–2001 NCLIS; Federal State Cooperative System (FSCS) for Public Library Data Files, 1987–2001; State Library Agency Survey, 1988–2001 NCLIS; Program Materials for National Center on Education Statistics, 1993–98; General Program Materials, Library Statistics Program, 1988–97 - NCLIS. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Rural Electrification Administration (Record Group 221)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
13 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Patent and Trademark Office (Record Group 241)
37 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
87 cubic feet
NASA Headquarters house organ, "HQ Bulletin"; NASA publications, 1995–96; records of top management officials: Deputy Admin. James R. Thompson, 7/1989–11/1991; Associate Deputy Administrator Aaron Cohen, 3/1992–3/1993; Roy Estess, 11/1991–6/1992; Administrator Dr. James C. Fletcher, 5/1986–4/1989; Deputy Administrator-General John R. Faily, 5/93–12/1999. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (Record Group 257)
2 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Central Intelligence Agency (Record Group 263)
12 cubic feet
Finished intelligence analyses on the Soviet Union. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Record Group 266)
7 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

General Records of the General Services Administration (Record Group 269)
19 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
297 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Agency for International Development (Record Group 286)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities (Record Group 288)
856 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; Retired grants, 1986–98 (39 cubic feet). Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Naval Intelligence Command (Record Group 289)
322 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of Naval Research (Record Group 298)
16 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the United States Information Agency (Record Group 306)
140 cubic feet
Subject files, 1953–2000; records relating to the Fulbright Program Study, 1996–97; records relating to USIA Expositions (World Fairs), 1959–93; transcripts of Voice of America 50th anniversary interviews, 1991. Materials open.

Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Science Foundation (Record Group 307)
72 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Record Group 311)
13 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Naval Operating Forces (Record Group 313)
36 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319)
82 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Atomic Energy Commission (Record Group 326)
19 cubic feet
Oak Ridge Operation Office: classified portions - various collections, 1942–65. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Capital Planning Commission (Record Group 328)
53 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
916 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of Interservice Agencies (Record Group 334)
31 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Secretary of the Army (Record Group 335)
38 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Transportation (Record Group 336)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of Headquarters Army Ground Forces (Record Group 337)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of U.S. Army Commands, 1942– (Record Group 338)
890 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified.

U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Office of the Commanding General; Emergency Planning Files, 1966–74. Materials open.

X Corps, Adjutant General Section; General Orders, 1942–54; X Corps, G-3; Operation Plans, 1952–53; X Corps, G-3; Outgoing Radio Message Files, 1952; X Corps, G-4; Periodic Logistics Reports, 1945; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; General Correspondence Files, 1942–54; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Publications Files, 1942–54; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Policy Files, 1953; X Corps, G-3; Combat Notes, 1950–53; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Outgoing Radio Messages, 1952; X Corps, G-3; Periodic Operations Reports, 1944–53; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Daily Bulletins, 1950–54; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Records Transfer and Destruction Reports, 1945–46; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Statistical Summary, 1953; X Corps, G-3; Operation Instructions, 1950–52; X Corps, G-3; Operations Summaries and Special Reports, 1950; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Command Reports, 1951–52; X Corps, G-3; Journal Files, 1950–53; X Corps, G-3; Nightly Summaries, 1945–46; X Corps, G-2;

Intelligence Summaries, 1950–52; X Corps, G-2; Outgoing Intelligence Summaries, 1951–53; X Corps, G-2; Journals, 1951–54; X Corps, G-2; Periodic Intelligence Reports, 1945–54; X Corps, G-2; Subject Files, 1945–46; X Corps, G-1; Personnel Periodic Reports, 1944–53; X Corps, G-1; Journals, 1944–46; X Corps, G-1; Subject Files, 1945–46; X Corps, G-3; Operation Orders, 1950–53; X Corps, Judge Advocate Section; Administrative Records, 1952; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Incoming and Outgoing Records Files, 1944; X Corps, Finance Section; General Correspondence Files, 1943–46; X Corps, Headquarters and Headquarters Company; Morning Reports, 1953–54; X Corps, Headquarters and Headquarters Company; Correspondence Files, 1943–46; X Corps, Headquarters and Headquarters Company; Company Orders, 1943–46; X Corps, Headquarters and Headquarters Company; Correspondence Related to Line of Duty Status, 1952–53; X Corps, Engineer Section; Program and Operational Files, 1951–52; X Corps, Inspector General Section; Investigations Files, 1950–53;

X Corps, Engineer Section; Staff Study, 1950;X Corps, Judge Advocate Section; Special Court Martial Records, 1942–46; X Corps, Ordnance Section; Administrative Records, 1951–52; X Corps, Provost Marshal Section; Journals, 1954; X Corps, Provost Marshal Section; Investigative and Related Records, 1943–46; X Corps, Public Information Office; General Press Releases, 1954; X Corps, Signal Section; Standing Signal Instructions, 1953–54; X Corps, Inspector General Section; Inspections Files, 1942–46; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Ammunition Reports, 1951–52; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Account Books, 1943–46; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Command Reports, 1950–54; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Orders, 1942–54; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Journals, 1950–53; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Intelligence Bulletins, 1951–53; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Sector Reconnaissance Studies, 1951; X Corps, Engineer Section;

Periodic Operations Reports, 1951–52; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Correspondence Files, 1952–54; X Corps, Adjutant General Section; Special Orders, 1942–46; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Survey Data File, 1950–51; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Unit Chronologies, 1954; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Morning Reports, 1954; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; Subject Files, 1941–46; X Corps, Engineer Section; Progress Analysis Files, 1953; X Corps, Engineer Section; Personnel Control Files, 1952–53; X Corps, X Corps Artillery; General Correspondence Files, 1941–54. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Federal Election Commission (Record Group 339)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force (Record Group 340)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Headquarters of U.S. Air Force (Air Staff) (Record Group 341)
32 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities and Organizations (Record Group 342)
830 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified.

Original and redacted copies of Air Force Messages Pertaining to Gulf War Veterans Illnesses. Materials unprocessed and some security classified.

Continental U.S. Numbered Air Forces - including World War II and Cold War records, 1940–65. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Naval Air Systems Command (Record Group 343)
6,737 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Naval Ship System Command (Record Group 344)
727 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Naval Electronic Systems (Record Group 345)
19 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Naval Supply Systems Command (Record Group 347)
9 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Economic Research Service (Record Group 354)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Maritime Commission (Record Group 358)
10 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Office of Science and Technology (Record Group 359)
4 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Defense Logistics Agency (Record Group 361)
26 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
101 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (Record Group 374)
116 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Bureau of Economic Analysis (Record Group 375)
4 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration (Record Group 377)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Economic Development Administration (Record Group 378)
29 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (Record Group 385)
4 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

General Records of the Department of Transportation (Record Group 398)
81 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Railroad Administration (Record Group 399)
20 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Bureau of Naval Weapons (Record Group 402)
4 cubic feet
BUAER Aircraft Development Office. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Record Group 403)
24 cubic feet
EEOC Directives History Files; news press releases 1994–97; Organizational/Functional records (Compliance/Historical records for EEOC) 1973–90. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
191 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; Size and Weight Certification Files; Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device - Rulings on Requests. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Transit Administration (Record Group 408)
18 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412)
1,117 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Credit Union Administration (Record Group 413)
4 cubic feet
National Credit Union Administration Minutes and Votes. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (Record Group 417)
19 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of St. Elizabeth's Hospital (Record Group 418)
23 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (Record Group 420)
19 cubic feet
Claims Files, 1982–83. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (Record Group 420)
10 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; Insurance Claims, 1984. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Technical Information Service (Record Group 422)
2,222 cubic feet
Joint Publications and Research Service (JPRS) Reports, 1957–75. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (Record Group 423)
3 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Minority Business Development Agency (Record Group 427)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of the Navy, 1947– (Record Group 428)
130 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of Organizations in the Executive Office of President (Record Group 429)
25 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Record Group 431)
220 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
18 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Health Care Financing Administration (Record Group 440)
94 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
113 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; Part 9 Item 22, Assistant Secretaries, 1975–92; R&D Technical Report Files, Part 3, Item I, 1978–81; Departmental Policies and Directives, 1980–97. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the National Institutes of Health (Record Group 443)
59 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Employment Standards Administration (Record Group 448)
24 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Independent Counsels (Record Group 449)
3,312 cubic feet
Independent Counsel Starr/Ray. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Special Access and FOIA Staff, 301-837-3190.

Records of the Defense Mapping Agency (Record Group 456)
92 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Food and Consumer Services (Record Group 462)
52 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Health and Human Services (record Group 468)
211 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (Record Group 474)
2 cubic feet
TSP Population Statistics (Participant Reports), CY 1988–97; Management Reports Monthly Activity reports, 1988–97. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Bureau of Export Administration (Record Group 476) 13 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Peace Corps (Record Group 490)
23 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Department of Defense Inspector General (Record Group 509)
13 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; Investigations Oversight Project Files; IGDM-850b-Permanent Criminal Investigative Case Files, FY 1983; Congressional Correspondence Files. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (Record Group 510)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (Record Group 511)
13 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center; SAMHSA News Official Substance Abuse Newsletter, 7/1975–10/1996 (2 cubic feet). Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (Record Group 514)
46 cubic feet
Records of OS/OPHS/Office of Population Affairs, 1987–2000. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Health Resources and Services Administration (Record Group 514)
56 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the United States Army Materiel Command (Record Group 544)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of United States Army, Europe (Record Group 549)
299 cubic feet
Headquarters, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Division Staff Procedure Guides, 1955–58; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Personnel and Administration Division Records Relating to Personnel, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Division Monthly Progress Reports, 1952; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Division Marriage Case Files, 1952; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Division Messages, 1952; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–55; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Logistics Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–55; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Personnel and Administration Division Civilian personnel Reports, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Intelligence Division Intelligence Reports, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Logistics Division Subject Correspondence, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Operations Division Historical Journals, 1953;

Headquarters, Communications Zone, Headquarters Commandant Detachment General Correspondence, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Intelligence Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–52; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Logistics Division Correspondence, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Information and Education Section Newsletters, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Ordnance Division Reports, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Ordnance Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Berlin Brigade Historical Report Files, 1951–60; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Personnel and Administration Division Correspondence, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Medical Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Engineer Division Charts, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Inspector General Division Investigation Reports, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Division Publication Record Set, 1951–52;

Headquarters, Communications Zone, Headquarters Commandant Detachment Orders, 1951;, Headquarters, Communications Zone, Engineer Division Engineer Circulars, 1951–52; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Comptroller Division Personnel Inventory reports, 1952; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Comptroller Division Work Measurement Reports, 1952; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Comptroller Division Personnel Control Data Charts, 1951; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Chemical Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Labor Services Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–52; U.S. Intersector Coordination Office Chronological Files Relating to Intelligence Operations, 1945–78; Southern European Task Force, 8th Logistical Command Publication Record Set, 1959–; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Ordnance Division Subject Correspondence, 1951; Headquarters, U.S. Army Berlin Publications Record Set, 1951–66;

Headquarters, U.S. Army Berlin Historical Reports, 1951–53; Headquarters, U.S. Army Berlin Management Improvement Files, 1959–64; Berlin Brigade Publications Record Set, 1954–66; Berlin Brigade Operations Planning Files, 1954–; Berlin Brigade, the Berlin Observer, 1951–54; Berlin Brigade Intelligence Reports, 1954–62; Berlin Brigade General Correspondence, 1951–53; Berlin Brigade General Correspondence (Decimal Files), 1947–52; Berlin Brigade Correspondence, 1946–52; Berlin Brigade Reports of Investigation, 1946–48; Berlin Brigade Transportation Branch Subject Files, 1951–53; 7880th Military Intelligence Detachment Intelligence Report Files, 1953–54; U.S. Constabulary 6th Constabulary Regiment Publication Record Set, 1947; U.S. Constabulary Daily Staff Conference Notes, 1946–47; U.S. Constabulary Investigation Reports of Enlisted Personnel and Civilians, 1950; U.S. Constabulary Publication Record Set, 1947–50; U.S. Constabulary Serious Incident Case Files, 1950; Berlin Brigade Reports, 1952–53; U.S. Constabulary General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1948–50;

Berlin Brigade Surgeon General's Office Report Files, 1952–53; 7880th Military Intelligence Detachment Intelligence General Correspondence, 1950–53; U.S. Intersector Coordination Office Administrative and Operations Records, 1973–90; U.S. Intersector Coordination Office Subject Files Relating to Technical Monitoring Activities, 1968–90; U.S. Intersector Coordination Office Messages, 1974–91; U.S. Intersector Coordination Office Reports, 1952–90; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Chief of Staff Correspondence, 1952; U.S. Constabulary Messages, 1948–50; Southern Area Command General Correspondence (Decimal Files), 1954; Western Area Command Military Commission Case Files, 1949–52; Western Area Command Organization Planning Files, 1951–54; Western Area Command Statistical Reviews, 1954–57; Western Area Command The Wacom Courier, 1954–57; Western Area Command Weekly Activity Reports, 1953–54; Western Area Command General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1953–54; Western Area Command Publication Record Set, 1953–54;

Northern Area Command, The Chronicle, 1954–63; Southern Area Command Subject Correspondence, 1953; Headquarters Area Command Publication Record Set, 1954; Southern Area Command Program Analysis Files, 1956–57; Southern Area Command The Sacom Scene, 1954–57; Southern Area Command Historical Reports, 1953–54; Southern Area Command Organization Planning Files, 1962–63; Southern Area Command Publication Record Set, 1954–61; Northern Area Command Security Files, 1953; Northern Area Command Military History Files, 1953; Petroleum Distribution Command, Europe Organization Planning Files, 1957–63; Southern Area Command Quartermaster Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1953; Headquarters Area Command Program Reviews and Analysis, 1954–57; USAREUR Signal Command Publications Record Set, 1955–60; USAREUR Transportation Command Publications Record Set, 1955; USAREUR Ordnance Command Publications Record Set, 1955; USAREUR Medical Command Publication Record Set, Headquarters, U.S. Army Europe Organization Planning Files, 1952–61;

Special Troops Headquarters, U.S. Army Europe Publications Record Set, 1954–64; Special Ammunition Support Command Emergency Planning Files, 1962; Special Ammunition Support Command Publication Record Set, 1960; Western Area Command Planning Files, 1953–54; Headquarters U.S. Army Area Command Organization Planning Files, 1963–67; Western Area Command Report Files, 1954; Headquarters Area Command Emergency Planning Files, 1955–57; Headquarters Area Command General Administrative Files, 1955; Headquarters Area Command Messages, 1953, Headquarters Area Command General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1953; Headquarters Area Command the Heidelberg Post, 1948–58; Headquarters Area Command Site Plans, 1954; Headquarters Area Command Annual Reports, 1954–; Northern Area Command Publication Record Set, 1954–63; Headquarters U.S. Army Area Command Publication Record Set, 1957; Advance Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch Correspondence, 1951–53;

Base Section, Communications Zone, Medical Branch General Correspondence (Decimal Files), 1951–53; Base Section, Communications Zone, Information and Education Branch Basic Mission, 1953, Base Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch Correspondence, 1951–52; Base Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch Publication Record Set, 1951–53, Base Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch Outgoing Messages, 1951–52; Base Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Base Section, Communications Zone, Comptroller's Office Organizational records and Efficiency Correspondence, 1952–53; Northern Area Command General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1957; Advance Section, Communications Zone, G-3 Division Unit History Reports, 1953; Base Section, Communications Zone, Signal Branch General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1953; Advance Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch Publication Record Set, 1951–53;

Advance Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch Correspondence, 1951; Advance Section, Communications Zone, Adjutant General Branch General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Transportation Division messages, 1951–52; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Transportation Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1952–53; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Signal Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Quartermaster Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Quartermaster Division Subject Correspondence, 1951; Base Section, Communications Zone, G-3 Division Historical Document Slips and Cards, 1953; Seine Area Command Progress and Analysis Files, Southern European Task Force, 8th Logistical Command Organization Planning Files, 1957–63; Petroleum Distribution Command, Europe Domestic Intelligence Files, Petroleum Distribution Command, Europe Publication Record Set, 1956–60;

11th Transportation Terminal Command General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1954; 11th Transportation Terminal Command Publications Record Set, 1956–60; 201st Logistical Command Daily Journals, 1958; 201st Logistical Command General Correspondence, 1958; 201st Logistical Command Publications Record Set, 1958; Base Section, Communications Zone, Provost Marshal Branch Historical Records, 1952–53; Seine Area Command Records Relating to Security, 1953–54; Base Section, Communications Zone, Quartermaster Branch General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–53; Seine Area Command organization and Function Files, 1953–66; Seine Area Command Publications Record Set, Orleans Area Command, Verdun-Metz District Engineer Office General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–52; Orleans Area Command, Adjutant General's Office Operating Program Files, Orleans Area Command, Adjutant General's Office Organization Planning Files, 1954–61; Orleans Area Command, Adjutant General's Office Publication Record Set, 1954–63;

Orleans Area Command, Adjutant General's Office General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1952; Headquarters, Communications Zone, Provost Division General Correspondence (Decimal File), 1951–52; 201st Logistical Command messages, 1958. Materials re: allocated from Record Group 338. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.



Electronic Records

Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs (Record Group 15)
20,048 logical data records
National Survey of Veterans, 2001. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Record Group 22)
156,935 logical data records
National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Associated Recreation (NSFHWAR), 2001. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
Approximately 68,953,026 logical data records
1987 Census of Agriculture Advance Report Data, County and State Summary Data, Detailed State Data, Government Payments and Market of Products Sold Data and ZIP-Code Tabulation Statistical Data (8,688,420 logical data records). 1980 Decennial Census of Population and Housing, 1970–80 Tract Comparability File (18,979 logical data records). 1980 Decennial Census of Population and Housing Summary Tape File 1B (5,516,536 logical data records). 2000 Decennial Census of Population and Housing Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary Files (29,992,866 logical data records). Files from the 1987 Economic Census including Censuses of Construction, Manufactures, Mineral Industries, Retail Trade, Service Industries, Transportation, and Wholesale Trade; also Annual Survey of Manufactures, Characteristics of Business Owners, Enterprise Statistics, Exports from Manufacturing Establishments, and Surveys of Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (approximately 4,500,000 logical data records).

Files from the 1992 Economic Census including Censuses of Construction; Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate; Manufactures; Mineral Industries, Retail Trade; Service Industries; Transportation, Communication, and Utilities; and Wholesale Trade; also Annual Survey of Manufactures, Characteristics of Business Owners, Enterprise Statistics, and Surveys of Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (9,236,225 logical data records). Files from the 1997 Economic Census including Geographic Area Series, Industry Series, and Merchandise and Commodity Lines Statistics; also Business Expenditures Survey, Core Business Statistics, Census of Outlying Areas, and Surveys of Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (approximately 11,000,000 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Bureau of Public Debt (Record Group 53)
16,276,499 logical data records
Public Debt Accounting and Reporting System, (PARS) Permanent Data Tables as of September 30, 2000. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Geological Survey (Record Group 57)
6,826,178 logical data records
North American Breeding Bird Survey, 1966–2001. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (Record Group 85)
49,186,640 logical data records
Asylum Summary Files, FY 1985–91 (87,518 logical data records). Lawful Immigrant Files, FY 1997–98 (1,450,281 logical data records). Naturalization files, FY 1994–98 (3,028,169 logical data records). Removal of Aliens from the United States File, FY 1993–97 (323,252 logical data records). Aliens with a Verified Voluntary Departure from the United States File, FY 1993–97 (29,420 logical data records). Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Corps of Engineers (Record Group 175)
14,746 logical data records
Index to the American University Chemical Experiment Station Records, 1901–20. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Record Group 207)
11,243,862 logical data records
Consolidated Single Family Statistical System (CSFSS), 1987–94. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (Record Group 257)
384,335 logical data records
National Longitudinal Study of Work Experience (NLS) and National Longitudinal Study of Youth (NLSY). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the United States Information Agency (Record Group 306)
475,358 logical data records
USIA Studies, 1955–82. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
6,343,685 logical data records
Military Assistance Program, FY 1950–FY 2002 (550,813 logical data records). Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program (CCEP), 1994–2002 (5,792,872). Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (Record Group 383)
58,600 logical data records
World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers (WMEAT), 1974–97. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of Transportation (Record Group 398)
21,768,699 logical data records
T-100 and T-100f International Market Data (Data Bank 28IM), 1999 (73,901 logical data records). T-100 and T-100f International Segment Data (Data Bank 28IS), 1999 (67,431 logical data records). Origin and Destination Survey Ticket Origin and Destination Survey (Data Bank 1B), 2002 (12,308,236 logical data records). Origin and Destination Survey Directional Origin and Destination Data Bank 2A, 2001 (2,015,454 logical data records). Domestic Origin and Destination Data Bank 2C, 2001 (3,140,894 logical data records). Form 41 Financial Schedules B-1, P-1, P-5, P-6 and P-7 (Data Bank 10), 1969–2002 (852,135 logical data records). Carload Waybills Public Use Files, 1996–2001 (3,310,648 logical data records). Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412)
8,527,878 logical data records
National Emissions Inventory: Criteria Database 1999 as of July 15, 2003. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 416)
2,039,747 logical data records
Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), 1992–99. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
1,323,391 logical data records
Integrated Postsecondary Data System (IPEDS), 1991–96 (1,323,391 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Record Group 442)
23,811,656 logical data records
Natality Detail File, 1986–90 (19,696,314 logical data records). Natality Detail File, 1991 (4,115,342 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Department of Defense Inspector General (Record Group 509)
2,955 logical data records
Tailhook II Investigation Interviews, 1991. Materials restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (Record Group 510)
25,530 logical data records
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 1998, Household Component, Panel 2 Round 3 / Panel 3 Round 1 Population Characteristics (MEPS HC-009). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (Record Group 540)
17,996 logical data records
Current Research Information System File, Fiscal Year 2001. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.



Special Media

Records of the Bureau of Ships (Record Group 19)
40 cubic feet
A series that consists of ship engineering drawings that show the hull and mechanical construction of U.S. Navy commissioned ships. These ships include World War II Fletcher Class destroyers and Ticonderoga Class escort carriers. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-344-02-003 accretion of 40 cubic feet to original volume.

Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
327 cubic feet
Processing work has been completed on seven accessions in the main series of Coast Guard motion picture training and public affairs films, 1975–90. Topics include boating safety, rescue work at sea, aids to navigation, waterfront and harbor protection, the Coast Guard Academy, and on the general history of the Coast Guard. There are 1,307 films, both 16mm and 35mm in color and black-and-white. Materials open and processed. Accessions: NN3-026-90-005; NN3-026-90-006; NN3-026-90-007; NN3-026-92-003; NN3-026-92-004; NN3-026-92-006; NN3-026-92-007; and NN3-026-94-013.

General Records of the Department of Commerce (Record Group 40)
Less than 1 cubic feet
Internally transferred were three videotapes concerning the Balkans Trade Commission airline crash that killed Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown and others in 1997. The titles are "Remembering Secretary Ron Brown"; "A Celebration of Lives, April 3, 1997"; and "Balkans Trade Commission Memorial Dedication, April 3, 2000." Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-040-04-003.

Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56)
2 cubic feet
A series of still photographs from the Office of Public Affairs, 1949–89, consisting of negatives, contact sheets, slides, and prints of U.S. Presidents, Secretaries of the Treasury, other top Treasury officials, events, ceremonies, meetings, and Treasury building renovations during the 1980s. Included in the series are photographs of examples of currency and of activities of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, works of art in the Treasury building, the Treasury flag, and the agency seals. This series is identified as 56-PS. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-056-01-001.

Records of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (Record Group 114)
25 cubic feet
TThese series consists of approximately 2,300 still photographs created by the Visual Information Section of t he Soil Conservation Service, 1930–65. There are five series of which the largest contains 1,308 images as an accretion to the main photograph file of SCS. This series (114-HA) consists of photographs that document a wide range of SCS activities and programs. Subjects of interest include aquaculture, channel improvement, conservation and practices, dams, drainage, erosion, fires, floods and flood damage, and gardens. The other smaller series (114-MN; 114-R; 114-ATB; 114-BH) consist of photographs submitted to the central office by state and regional offices; and photographs never officially incorporated into the SCS central photographic files. Subjects of interest are dredging, outdoor recreation, irrigation, watersheds, farms, strip mining, and photographs published in the "America the Beautiful" Lithograph Set. Materials open and Processed. Accession: NN3-114-00-01.

Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority (Record Group 142)
16 cubic feet
This series of TVA Maps, 1963–94, consists of four series:
Topographic Quadrangles
This series consists of 1:100,000 topographic quadrangles of the Tennessee Valley Authority at the scale 1:100,000, printed from 1977 to 1994. An example of these records is the 1:100,000 Topographic Quadrangle for "Memphis East, Tennessee." This shows the topographical features of the area around the city of Memphis, Tennessee.

Navigational Charts
This series consists of individual navigational charts for the Tennessee River, as well as secondary rivers and lakes of the Tennessee Valley, printed from 1963 to 1994. An example of these records is "Chart Number 1." This chart shows the features and details of the Tennessee River from mile 0.0 to mile 15.6.

3¾ and 7½ Minute Topographic Quadrangles
This series consists of topographic quadrangles of the Tennessee Valley showing features, at two scales (1:24,000 and 1:12,000), printed from 1945 to 2000. An example of these records is "Number 57-SE" (7.5, or 1:24,000 Scale Topographic Quadrangles), showing topographic detail of an area around Columbia, Tennessee. "Number 57-SE-1" (3.75, or 1:12,000 Scale Topographic Quadrangles), shows a more closely detailed area of the upper right quadrant of number 57-SE.

Recreation Maps
This series consists of individual recreational area maps that indicate available services and facilities, and were printed from 1982 to 1993. These records include maps showing boat docks, campgrounds, public parks, fishing areas, wildlife habitat improvement areas, and wildlife refuge areas. An example of these records is "Cherokee Lake Recreational Map," Tennessee. This map shows road access, the Cherokee Dam, the John Sevier Wildlife Refuge, the Berry's Island Ecological Study Area, the lake facilities, and the fish attractor sites.

Materials open and processed. Accessions: NN3-142-03-02 through 05.

Records of the Panama Canal Commission (Record Group 185)
5 cubic feet
This series consists of 1,430 photographs documenting the development and operation of the Panama Canal and the administration of the Canal Zone. The photographs span the period from the initial groundbreaking of the canal in 1904 to 1999, when the United States transferred control of the civil government and canal to the Government of Panama. Within the series (185-WO) are images that show canal construction and operations, facilities, ships transiting the canal, and public figures. One item of interest is a photograph of the September 7, 1977, treaty signing between Gen. Omar Torrijos and President Jimmy Carter, which gave Panama gradual control of the canal by phasing out U.S. military bases. In addition there are 38 photographs documenting an anti-American riot, which broke out in January 1964 over a dispute concerning the flying of the Panamanian flag at Balboa High Scholl in the Canal Zone. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-185-02-002.

Records of the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities (Record Group 288)
54 cubic feet
This series of 290 motion picture films and video recordings were produced under grant projects instituted by the NEA from 1980 to 1989. The series includes a wide variety of documentaries, short films, and educational films that document every aspect of culture, life, and the arts in America. Included are such titles as: "The Martha Graham Dance Company," "Imagining America," "The Thin Blue Line," "Journey into Genius," "The Trial of Bernhard Goetz," and "El Norte." Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-288-03-004.

Records of the Defense Intelligence Agency (Record Group 373)
1,845 cubic feet
This series of aerial photographic film, 1940–70, consists of vertical and oblique sequential photographic negatives in roll format. Both urban and rural areas of the United States are represented with emphasis on coastal and navigable inland harbors and waterways, military installations, and airfields throughout the country. The coverage for areas of the world outside the United States is concentrated on areas of World War II and immediate postwar U.S. military activities and facilities. Materials open and processed. Accessions: NN3-373-04-024 through NN3-373-04-074.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
1 cubic feet
This series consists of photo-processed right-of-way property plans that show sections of roads and interchanges. The maps show, with color coding, the land acquired for these construction projects and records the former property owner's name and amount of land required for construction. These roads include sections of the National Freeway (Interstate 68) and other roads in the state of Maryland. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-406-96-002.

Records of Organizations in the Executive Office of the President (Record Group 429)
45 cubic feet
This series consists of audio and video recordings of press conferences, briefings, public service announcements, local and network news coverage, television programs, and conferences material created and collected by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), Federal and local government agencies, the motion picture and recording industry, and the private sector during the administrations of Presidents William Clinton and George H.W. Bush from 1993 to 2003. The material documents events and provides background information relating to the creation of ONDCP, efforts to curb drug abuse by preceding administrations and agencies, and ONDCP's purpose to establish policies, priorities, and objectives for the nation's drug control program.

General subject matter includes drug and alcohol abuse, drug addiction, drug trafficking, drug-related criminal and gang activity, federal aid to local government and law enforcement agencies, drug rehabilitation, and related health issues.

Specific topics covered include the compilation and release of the National Drug Control Strategy; drug strategy in South America and Central America with an emphasis on drug policy in Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Venezuela; ONDCP supply and demand reduction efforts; drug use surveys; drug treatment and prevention programs; illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and crack cocaine; the cocaine industry and death of Medellin drug cartel boss Pablo Escobar; money laundering and asset forfeiture programs; domestic marijuana eradication; drug use in sports; antidrug legislation and the state level; drug legalization efforts; the use of the military in the war on drugs; acquired immune deficiency syndrome and HIV; and international drug policy and antidrug efforts. Materials open and processed. Accessions: NN3-429-01-007 through NN3-429-010.

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REGIONAL ARCHIVES

Anchorage  |   Atlanta  |   Boston  |   Chicago  |   Denver  |   Fort Worth  |   Kansas City  |   Laguna Niguel  |   New York City  |   Philadelphia  |   San Francisco  |   Seattle  |  

All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.

National Archives at Anchorage
Contact archival operations, 907-261-7820.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
11 cubic feet
Federal courts in Alaska:
District of Alaska, Anchorage. Civil case files, 1975–76.
District of Alaska, Anchorage. Civil case files, 1979.
District of Alaska, Anchorage. Criminal case files, 1973–77.

Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
13 cubic feet
Juneau, AK, Auke Bay Laboratory. Project case files, 1921–99 [1917–20]. Includes photographs.
Juneau, AK, Auke Bay Laboratory. Project case files, 1948–76. Consists of photograph files.


National Archives at Atlanta Region
Contact archival operations, 770-968-2100.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
653 cubic feet

Federal courts in Alabama:
Middle District of Alabama, Montgomery Division. Civil case files, 1974–77.
Middle District of Alabama, Opelika Division. Civil case files, 1976–77.

Federal courts in Florida:
Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1979.
Middle District of Florida, Ocala Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1979.
Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division. Civil case files, 1977–79, and criminal case files, 1979.
Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division. Adversary proceedings, 1979; bankruptcy dockets, 1978–79; and bankruptcy case files, 1979.
Southern District of Florida, Miami Division. Civil case files, 1977–78, and criminal case files, 1978

Federal courts in Georgia:
Middle District of Georgia, Albany Division. Civil case files, 1978.
Middle District of Georgia, Americus Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1962–79, and civil case files, 1970.
Middle District of Georgia, Columbus Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1979.
Middle District of Georgia, Macon Division. Criminal case files, 1979.
Middle District of Georgia, Thomasville Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1974–79.
Middle District of Georgia, Valdosta Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1977–79.
Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1979; naturalization petitions, 1979–91; naturalization transfers, 1980–87; declarations of intention, 1973–88; and naturalization orders, 1970–88.
Northern District of Georgia, Newnan Division. Civil case files, 1975–77, and criminal case files, 1975–77.
Northern District of Georgia, Rome Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1966; civil case files, 1979; and criminal case files, 1978–79.
Southern District of Georgia, Augusta Division. Criminal case files, 1971–79.
Southern District of Georgia, Brunswick Division. Civil case files, 1977–79, and criminal case files, 1975–79.
Southern District of Georgia, Waycross Division. Civil case files, 1976–79.

Federal courts in Kentucky:
Eastern District of Kentucky, London Division.
Western District of Kentucky, Bowling Green Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1976–79.
Western District of Kentucky, Louisville Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1976–78.
Western District of Kentucky, Owensboro Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1976–79.
Western District of Kentucky, Paducah Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1976–79.

Federal courts in Mississippi:
Northern District of Mississippi, Aberdeen Division. Civil case files, 1979.
Northern District of Mississippi, Clarksdale Division. Civil case files, 1978–80.
Northern District of Mississippi, Greenville Division. Civil case files, 1978–79.
Northern District of Mississippi, Oxford Division. Judgement order books, 1973–77, and civil case files, 1978–79.
Southern District of Mississippi, Biloxi Division. Civil case files, 1973–79.
Southern District of Mississippi, Jackson Division. Civil case files, 1978–79.

Federal courts in North Carolina:
Eastern District of North Carolina, Fayetteville Division. Criminal case files, 1973–76, and civil case files, 1976–79.
Eastern District of North Carolina, Raleigh Division. Civil case files, 1972–79; criminal journals, 1960–74; criminal case files, 1976; and commissioners dockets, 1959–76
Eastern District of North Carolina, Wilson Division. Civil and bankruptcy orders, 1967–72; commissioner dockets, 1966–70; and civil case files, 1971–76.
Middle District of North Carolina, Greensboro Division. Civil case files, 1963–79, and criminal case files, 1975–79.
Western District of North Carolina, Asheville Division. Civil case files, 1978–79, and criminal case files, 1976–79.
Western District of North Carolina, Charlotte Division. Criminal case files, 1978–79.

Federal courts in South Carolina:
District of South Carolina, Columbia Division. Civil case files, 1977–79, and criminal case files, 1973–79.

Federal courts in Tennessee:
Eastern District of Tennessee, Greeneville Division. Civil case files, 1977–79, and criminal case files, 1979.
Eastern District of Tennessee, Knoxville Division. Civil case files, 1975–77.
Western District of Tennessee, Memphis Division. Bankruptcy minute sheets, 1976–78, and bankruptcy dockets, 1966–78.

Records of the Public Buildings Service (RG 121)
135 cubic feet
Atlanta Regional Office. Surplus real property disposal case files, 1943–76.

Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards (Records Group 220)
27 cubic feet
Atlanta Office of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Commission. Commission Committee files, 1984–96; state and local King Holiday Commission and Committee files, 1989–95; transcripts of Commission and operations committee meetings, 1985–96; correspondence of Mrs. King, Commission Chairperson, 1985–96; biographies of commissioners, speakers bureau members, and King family, 1990–95; Commission staff planning retreat files, 1990–94; March on Washington commemorative celebrations, 1993 and 1998; Executive Director's issue notebooks, 1987–91; Commission foreign activities, 1985–95; minutes and agendas of Commission and Committee meetings, 1985–96; correspondence of Lloyd Davis, Commission Chairperson and Executive Director, 1984–96; Commission publications, 1984–96; speeches by Coretta Scott King, Commission Chairperson, 1984–85; legislation authorizing the Commission, 1984–95; Lloyd Davis, Commission Executive Director, correspondence (including with Mrs. King), 1984–95; and governance, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and charter of the Commission, 1984–94.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
7 cubic feet
Marshall Space Flight Center, Hunstville, AL. House organ "Marshall Star," 2003. John F. Kennedy Space Flight Center, Cape Canaveral, FL. Photographic negatives, 1974.

Records of the General Services Administration (Record Group 269)
3 cubic feet
Atlanta Regional Office. Surplus real property disposal case files, 1967–72, and organization statements and charts, 1954–56.

National Archives at Boston
Contact 866-406-2379 (toll free)

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
Federal district courts in Connecticut
U.S. Commissioners' and Magistrates' Docket Sheets (felony cases), 1952–78. 11 cubic feet
Civil Action case files, 1978 (Case #15087, SCM v. Xerox). 55 cubic feet
Criminal case files, 1978, 4 cubic feet

Federal district courts in Maine
Bankruptcy dockets, 1963–78, 24 cubic feet

Federal district courts in Massachusetts
Criminal case files, 1978, 28 cubic feet
Civil Action case files, 1978, 57 cubic feet
Civil Action case file - Boston Schools Desegregation Case (Morgan v. Hennigan), 1972–91, 54 cubic feet

Federal district courts in Rhode Island
Civil Action case files, 1978, 2 cubic feet
Criminal case files, 1978, 6 cubic feet

Federal District Courts in Vermont
Judgment dockets and order books, 1916–78, 10 cubic feet

Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
Light Station logbooks, 1880–1945, 2 cubic feet
Lifeboat Station records, 1900–1942, 5 cubic feet

Records of the Selective Service System (Record Group 147)
133 cubic feet
Registration cards of the Fourth Registration, 1942.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
½ cubic foot
PATCO strike records, 1981–82

Records of the Federal Property Resources Service (Record Group 291)
5 cubic feet
Real Property case files, 1975–78.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
1 cubic foot
Planning subject files, 1983.

Records of the Research and Special Programs Administration (Transportation) (Record Group 467)
Public Affairs Files, 1974–92, 1 cubic foot
Administrative Directives, 1992, 14 cubic feet
Scientific and Technical Program records, 1973–96. 13 cubic feet
Scientific and Technical Program records, 1998. 5 cubic feet
Scientific and Technical Program records, 1972–97. 52 cubic feet

National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9001.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
29 cubic feet
Madison, WI, District Office. Basic Federal aid project file, 1970.

National Archives at Denver
Contact archival operations, 303-407-5700.

Records of the Internal Revenue Service (Record Group 58)
32 cubic feet
Denver District Office, Denver, CO. Employee attendance records for the Montana District Office, 1915–24. Photographs and slides from district offices, 1955–2000. News clippings and press releases from district offices, 1964–99.

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
83 cubic feet
Reclamation Service Center, Denver, CO. Cultural resource reports, 1991–2003. Oral history interviews, 1993–2003. Technical reports, 1906–2003. Informational releases, 1950–95. Records relating to water sales and water rights policy, 1963–92.

National Archives at Fort Worth
No report this period.

National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8000.

Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General (Record Group 92)
½ cubic foot
UD-RA 14 (MLR 402409) Quartermaster Depot, Spring Creek, KS: Letters Sent, May–June 1867; UD-RA 16 (MLR 402295) Quartermaster Depot, Kansas City, MO: Register of Letters Received, Office of Purchasing Commissary of Substances, July 1895–September 1898; and UD-RA 46 (MLR 401038) Quartermaster Depot, Omaha, NE: Press Copies and Endorsements Sent, November–December 1908.
These records were transferred from NARA, Washington, DC, area.

National Archives at Riverside
Contact archival operations, 949-360-2641

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
32 cubic feet
Central District of California. Civil dockets, 1972–73, and minutes, 1977–78.
Southern District of California. Contested naturalization petitions, 1987–93.
Southern District of California. Bankruptcy Court, bankruptcy dockets, 1977.
District of Arizona, Tucson Division. Criminal dockets, 1977–78, and order books, 1977–78.
District of Arizona, Phoenix Division. Bankruptcy Court, bankruptcy dockets, 1972–78.

Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
79 cubic feet
Port of Long Beach: official merchant marine logbooks, 1971–73; vessel folders, 1968–83; marine document index, 1966–88; bills of sale, 1968–71; preferred mortgages, 1968–71; vessel inspection files, 1967–71. Port of San Diego, vessel folders, 1968–83.
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Point Evans, unit logs, 1973–83.

Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36)
48 cubic feet
Records restricted.
Special Agent in Charge, Los Angeles, CA. Neutrality investigations case files, 1985–88.
Special Agent in Charge, San Diego, CA. Neutrality investigations case files, 1985–88.
Special Agent in Charge, Tucson, AZ. Neutrality investigations case files, 1987–88.
Resident Agent in Charge, El Segundo, CA. Neutrality investigations case files, 1985–88.
Resident Agent in Charge, Phoenix, AZ. Neutrality investigations case files, 1984–87.
Resident Agent in Charge, Yuma, AZ. Neutrality investigations case files, 1980–88.
Resident Agent in Charge, Douglas, AZ. Neutrality investigations case files, 1981–87.

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
4 cubic feet
Records restricted.
Los Angeles Strike Force, criminal case files, 1978.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
6 cubic feet
Western-Pacific Region: Management project files, 1982–85, and directive case files, 1982.

Records of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (Record Group 463)
4 cubic feet
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Phoenix, AZ: animal damage control policy records, 1919–88; animal damage control reports and statistics, 1931–88; and animal damage control chemical control records, 1987–88.

National Archives at New York City
No report this period.

National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-606-0112

Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General (Record Group 92)
14 cubic feet
Philadelphia, PA, Quartermaster Depot. Name and Subject Indexes to Letters Received, 1877–78. Baltimore, MD, Quartermaster Depot. Correspondence, Vessel Files, Railroad Accounts, Oaths, Deserters, and other volumes, ca. 1861–90. Baltimore, MD, Quartermaster Depot. Letters Received, ca. 1861–1906 (with gaps).
Baltimore, MD, Quartermaster Depot. Record of Steamship Arrivals, 1863–66. These records were transferred from NARA, Washington, DC, area.

National Archives at San Francisco
No report this period.

National Archives at Seattle
Contact archival operations, 206-336-5115

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
249 cubic feet
Federal courts in Oregon:
District of Oregon. Civil case files, civil dockets, and criminal case files, 1967–83.
Federal courts in Washington:
Eastern District of Washington. Civil case files and criminal case files, 1974–83.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
1 cubic foot
Seattle District. Investigational Projects, Lower Mekong Basin, Thailand, and Upper Paraguay River Basin, Brazil, 1914–75.

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PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES

Accessions   Openings

ACCESSIONS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

Two audio recordings of Eleanor Roosevelt: an April 1953 interview by Richard Heffner, host of the educational television program "The Open Mind," for an FDR memorial program, and a November 21, 1957, talk at Sturbridge, MA.

Materials of Joseph P. and Trude Lash. These included documents relating to their relationship with Eleanor Roosevelt, books on the Roosevelt era and a small number of artifacts. Approximately 10 linear feet.

Harry S. Truman Library

Papers of Albert Moseman, an official in the Department of Agriculture during the Truman administration. The papers consist of correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, and other printed materials relating to Moseman's career in government and his involvement in agricultural development programs around the world. Approximate date span: 1936–2004. Approximately 17 linear feet. Closed pending processing.

Accretion to the papers of Oscar Ewing, Administrator of the Federal Security Agency from 1947 to 1953. The papers consist of correspondence, photographs, printed materials, speeches, certificates, and memorabilia relating to Ewing's life, his career in government, and his political activities as a leader of the Democratic Party. Approximate date span: 1910–94. Approximately 8 linear feet. Closed pending processing.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Papers of Robert A. Bauer, 1938–98, broadcaster, Free Austria Radio, France, 1939–40; broadcaster and division chief, Voice of America, 1942–58; and public and cultural affairs officer, Department of State, 1958–72.

Additional papers from Stephen Benedict, 1952, assistant to Dr. Gabriel Hauge and research director of Citizens for Eisenhower.

Additional papers of Paul William Jeffcoat, 1920, Abilene local historian and photographer.

U.S. District Court, District of Kansas: Records re: Brown v. Board of Education, 1951–86 (electrostatic copies).

U.S. National Security Council Presidential Records, Intelligence Files, 1953–61 (electrostatic copies).

John F. Kennedy Library

274 photograph items, 49 audio recordings, 21 videotapes, and 25 feet of 8mm color film were accessioned. The accessions include a group of oral histories from Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.

Accretion to the President's Office Files. Guest book signed by foreign heads of state visiting the White House, 1962–63. One item.

Papers of Eleanor Charwat, Information Assistant, President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency (1962–65). Contains reports, minutes, press releases and memos documenting the committee's work. One foot.

Accretion to the personal papers of J. Edward Day, Postmaster General. Less than one cubic foot. Open.

Accretion to the personal papers of John T. Dunlop, government official. Member, Presidential Railroad Commission (1960–62); member, President's Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity (1964–65); Secretary of Labor (1975–76). Personal and professional papers. 10 cubic feet. Closed pending processing.

Accretion to the personal papers of William Josephson, Peace Corps General Counsel. Two videocassettes about Peace Corps Director R. Sargent Shriver. Two audiotapes. Closed pending processing.

Accretion to the personal papers of Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Staff files of Mimi Brody, Paul Donovan, Nick Littlefield, Jim Manely, Trina Vargo, and Steve Wolfe, 1993–96. 79 feet. Closed pending deed.

Accretion to the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards. Contains winning entries from the 2004 awards for work in 2003. Also includes RFK Book Award winners. 1.5 cu. ft. Open.

Accretion to the personal papers of Jacqueline B. Kennedy Onassis. Notebook: "Papers and Other Possessions Belonging to Jacqueline B. Onassis, compiled, December 1972." With inserts up through 1994. 0.25 cu. ft. Closed pending deed.

Accretion to the personal papers of Burke Marshall, lawyer, government official, academic. Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice (1961–64), and Yale Law School professor. Contains business, personal and academic files. 25 cu. ft. Closed pending deed.

Accretions to the Ernest Hemingway Collection, a brown-colored prescription bottle containing six multivitamins, 1961. One item. A book, Gattorno, by Ernest Hemingway (Havana : Ucar Garcia y Cia, 1935). Copy 354 of a limited edition of 460. Less than one cubic foot. Open.

Accretion to the personal papers of John Robert Bittner, Hemingway scholar. One photograph.

Accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection: Papers of Richard Green, Philippines, 1967–69. Personal memoir. 29 pages. Papers of Miluska Laso, Cameroon, 2002. Letters, 2002. 17 pages.

Oral history interviews with:
Celia Bosworth, 1992–94
Ruth Calligan, 1996–97
Kathy Carson, Sierra Leone, 1990–91
Emilie Roy Corey, 1964–66
Sharon Dirlam, 1996–98
Richard Green, Philippines, 1967–69
Laurie Cook Heffron, Niger, 1996–98
Mindy Hochgesang, 1996–98
Heidi Irvin, 1990–99
Ernest Kendall, Ghana, 1962–64
Kate Kuykendall, 1999–2001
Robert Levich, Ghana, 1963–65
Lisa Maggiore, 1989–91
Reid Meltion, 1965–67
Sue Murray, 1999–2000
Dian Odell, 1966–68
Therona Ramos, Korea, 1967–70
Chris Roduit, 1964–66
Mike Sulzycki, Philippines, 1967–69
Brynne Sisson, Albania, 1996–97
Rick Weller, Senegal, 1995–97. All open.

Thirteen additions to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection and 15 additions to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection were accessioned, processed, and opened.

Oral history interviews:
Senator John C Culver
Economist Kermit Gordon
Joint interview with economists Kermit Gordon and Walter W. Heller
Harold W. Graham
Richard J. Murphy
Richard E. Neustadt
Sander Vanocur
Restaurant owner Raymond Zeibert

Deeds of gift were completed for the papers of Samuel Beer and oral history interviews with Samuel Beer, John Culver, Sid Davis, Earl Graves, Walter Pozen, Dan Rather, Walter Sheridan, Al Spivak, and George Stevens; Walter Sheridan's interviews on Robert Kennedy; and 24 Peace Corps volunteers' interviews.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The library accessioned the following oral history transcripts:

Berl Bernhard, Staff Director of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under President Kennedy, Special Counsel and Director of the White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights" in 1966, and special adviser to Dean Rusk and W. Averell Harriman. 15 pages.

Donnelly P. Bolton, brigadier general during the Vietnam War. 64 pages. William Narva, attending physician to Congress for 4 years and consultant to the White House Physician for 20 years. 26 pages.

Governor John B. Connally of Texas, by Robert Dallek. 33 pages.

Oveta Culp Hobby, head of the Federal Security Agency, Secretary of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare from 1953 to 1955, and wife of former Texas Governor William P. Hobby. 27 pages.

Eugene McCarthy, U.S. Congressman and Senator and unsuccessful Democratic Presidential candidate. 37 pages.

Spurgeon Neel, senior medical adviser to General Westmoreland in Vietnam and first Commanding General of Health Services Command. 43 pages.

Darrell K. Royal, the football coach for the University of Texas at Austin from 1956 through 1976. 29 pages.

Wallace Terry, author and reporter for the Washington Post, Time, USA Today, and Parade. 18 pages.

A group interview conducted on November 17, 1977, with Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, D. B. Hardeman, Ralph Huitt, Lindy Boggs, J. J. Pickle, Lynda Robb, Luci Nugent, Dean Reid, Patsy Steves, Carl Albert, Beryl Pickle, Richard Neustadt, Elspeth Rostow, and Sid Davis, titled "One More Story." (54 pages)

All of these oral history transcripts are available for research.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Accretion to the papers of David W. Belin, who served on the staffs of the Warren and Rockefeller Commissions. 22 cubic feet.

Material from the U.S. Marine Corps Historical Center, consisting of digital copies of 35 oral history interviews with marines who were involved in the recovery effort following the seizure of the SS Mayaguez, and digital copies of other declassified documents related to the Mayaguez incident.

U.S. National Security Council Institutional/Historical Records for the Ford administration. 45 cubic feet. In legal status, these are Clinton Presidential records subject to the Presidential Records Act of 1978.

Papers of Frederica Pantlind, containing materials related to Pantlind's Grand Rapids social life in the 1930s, including handwritten letters from friend Gerald R. Ford; Gerald Ford football clippings; and clippings, programs and datebooks related to a high school sorority of which Betty Bloomer was a member. 0.1 cubic feet.

Accretions to the Robert Goldwin Papers, Betty Ford Papers, Gerald R. Ford Scrapbooks, Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers, Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Office Files, Gerald R. Ford Financial Papers, Gerald R. Ford Papers Relating to His Naval Service, John Robert Greene Papers, Yanek Mieczkowski Research Interviews, Composite Oral History Accessions, and the Composite General Accessions.

Jimmy Carter Library

Accretions of post-Presidential material from both of Jimmy Carter's offices.

Papers of John Gunther Dean, an ambassador who held a number of diplomatic posts, including Ambassador to the Khmer Republic, Denmark, Lebanon, Thailand, and India.

George Bush Library

Accretion to the Barbara Pierce Bush Collection, 13 linear feet. Closed.

Accretion to the Bush Library Foundation Collection, 0.5 linear feet. Closed.

Accretion to the Jack Fields Collection, 3 linear feet. Closed.

Accretion to the Dr. Burton Lee Collection, 2 linear feet. Closed.

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Harry S. Truman Library

Papers of Mary Shaw Branton, a friend of Margaret Truman Daniel. The papers consist of correspondence, printed materials, invitations, scrapbooks, and memorabilia concerning Branton's association with the Truman family. Date span: 1907–2001 (mostly 1945–88). 2.1 linear feet.

Records of Commerce Bancshares, Inc., consisting of employment applications, letters of recommendation, and supervisor's evaluations relating to the employment of Harry S. Truman and his brother Vivian as clerks at the National Bank of Commerce in Kansas City. Date span: 1903–99. Less than one half linear foot.

Accretion to the papers of Lorain H. Cunningham, a U.S. Army officer during World War I. The accretion consists of correspondence, printed materials, and membership rosters relating mostly to the annual reunions and other activities of the Battery D Association, a group of World War I veterans who served under Capt. Harry S. Truman. The accretion comprises less than one-half of one linear foot and covers the period from 1918 to 1992.

Accretion to the papers of Harry Easley, a friend and Missouri political associate of Harry S. Truman. The accretion consists of the contents of several scrapbooks: correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other documents mostly pertaining to Easley's relationship with Truman, his work as a WPA official in Missouri, and his involvement in state politics. The accretion comprises less than one linear foot and covers the period from 1935 to 2002.

Accretion to the papers of Charles Brannan, Secretary of Agriculture from 1948 to 1953. The accretion consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and speeches concerning Brannan's association with former President Truman, the Truman Library, and prominent Democrats. The accretion comprises less than one linear foot and covers the period from 1948 to 1984.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Papers of George Hall, 1976–99.

U.S. District Court, District of Kansas: Records re: Brown v. Board of Education, 1951–86 (electrostatic copies).

John F. Kennedy Library

Processing was completed on the final nine feet of the personal papers of Joseph P. Kennedy, father of President Kennedy, banker, financier, and diplomat, 325 cubic feet. Permission required collection.

Accretion to the President's Office Files. Guest book signed by foreign heads of state visiting the White House, 1962–63. One item.

Papers of Eleanor Charwat, Information Assistant, President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency (1962–65). Contains reports, minutes, press releases and memos documenting the committee's work. One foot.

Records of the Columbia University Bureau of Applied Social Research on Television and the Death of a President (1969), 1.5 cubic feet.

Accretion to the personal papers of J. Edward Day, Postmaster General. Less than one cubic foot.

Personal papers of economist Seymour Harris, 2 cubic feet.

Seven additions to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection and nine additions to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection.

Personal papers of David Koskoff, author of Joseph P. Kennedy and His Times (1974), 7.25 cubic feet.

Oral history interviews:
Samuel H. Beer, Military officer, historian, 50 pages.
Clark M. Clifford, Presidential adviser (1961–63), 61 pages.
John C. Culver, U.S. Senator, Iowa (1975–81), family friend, 31 pages.
Gerald R. Ford, President, United States, 22 pages.
John Kenneth Galbraith, economist, diplomat, 57 pages.
Harold W. Graham, staff member for High Commissioner of Germany, 3 pages.
Don S. Hewitt, producer and director, CBS TV News, 21 pages
David E. McGiffert, Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, Legislative Affairs, 21 pages.
John J. McNally, Jr., White House Special Projects Staff, 53 pages.
Richard J. Murphy, Assistant Postmaster General (1961–69), 48 pages.
Michael H. Prendergast, Chairman, New York State Democratic Committee (1955–62), 35 pages.
Helen A. Thomas, White House correspondent, 32 pages.
Raymond R. Tucker, Mayor, St. Louis (1953–65), 15 pages.
Patricia M. Twohig, Kennedy Campaign worker, 22 pages.
Byron R. White, Supreme Court Justice, 35 pages.
Duke Zeibert, owner, Duke's Deli, Washington, DC, 10 pages.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

On April 30, 2004, the library opened approximately 23 hours of the Recordings and Transcripts of President Johnson's Telephone Conversations for the period covering April through July 1966, as well as two conversations in October 1966 between President Johnson and Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas in which they discuss the assassination of President Kennedy.

Approximately four Hollinger boxes of the Papers of Bromley Smith were made available for research. Bromley Smith served as the Executive Secretary of the NSC from 1961 to 1969. In this capacity he kept track of the NSC daily business and was the Executive Manager. The boxes processed consist of Smith's chronological files from 1949 through 1971, as well as NSC organizational material.

Approximately four Hollinger boxes of the Johnson Senate papers, one and one-half boxes of White House Central File, Subject Files, four boxes of White House Central File, Name Files, about 600 pages of the Files of William Sparks, and 25 pages from the Files of Ben Wattenberg.

National Security File (NSF), files of Robert Komer, NSC staff member, Special Assistant to the President, and Deputy for Pacification in Vietnam beginning in 1967. These boxes contain material on Cyprus, India, Kashmir, and the USSR.

NSF, Files of Charles Johnson, a senior member of the NSC staff from October 1962 through the close of the Johnson administration. He handled scientific matters, weaponry, arms control, atomic energy, and space matters and served as the NSC liaison with the AEC and NASA. Approximately one-half of an archival container was opened containing folders pertaining to the Soviet space program.

NSF, Country File were opened for research, including folders on Turkey, Cyprus, Rumania, France, USSR, Cambodia, China, and Laos. Approximately four archival containers.

NSF, Head of State Correspondence File, and NSF Special Head of State Correspondence File, were processed, containing folders on Australia, Korea, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Greece, the 1967 Clifford/Taylor Mission to Southeast Asia, and holiday greetings, approximately five archival containers.

NSF, International Meetings and Travel File were also processed, containing material on speeches for the President's October 1966 trip to Asia and on the D-day celebration in 1964. Approximately one and one-half archival containers.

Drew Pearson's diaries for March, April, and May 1967. In addition to an account of his trip to Latin America with Chief Justice Earl Warren, the diary entries also contain JFK Assassination-related material.

White House Social Files, Alpha File and White House Social Files, Liz Carpenter's Alpha File. One and a half archival containers.

White House Social Office on Beautification. One archival container.

Post-Presidential Name File. One folder.

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff

Transcripts of Dr. Henry Kissinger's telephone conversations (Telcons) during his tenure as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (1969–74) and Secretary of State (1973–74) during the administration of President Nixon. These telephone calls, which took place at various locations, were recorded between January 21, 1969–August 8, 1974. 20,000 pages.

Additional segment of the White Central Files: Subject Files; National Defense (ND) and 3.6 cubic feet of Federal Government (FG).

1.0 cubic foot of White House Central Files: Name Files:

Gerald R. Ford Library

Asmus Family Papers re: the Bicentennial Wagon Train. 2 feet.

Ron Brandon Papers.

Phil Buchen Papers.

David Meeker Papers, re: the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 11 feet.

National Security Adviser's Presidential Transition File, 1974. 1 foot.

NSC Press and Congressional Relations Staff Files

Presidential Country Files for the Middle East and South Asia. 14 feet.

Peter Rodman NSC Staff Files

Edward Schapsmeier Papers.

Gerald Warren Papers.

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