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FY 2007


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Washington, DC, Area

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
55 cubic feet
Security Files—Country Files and Presentations—of Under Secretaries of State for International Security Affairs Carlyle E. Maw, Lucy W. Benson, and Mathew Nimetz, 1974–81. This accession contains some classified material that is not available for research. Contact Archives II Reference.

Records of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff (Record Group 218)
45 cubic feet
Files relating to the National Security Council, 1966–68 (2 cubic feet); Official Joint Staff case files relating to the EC-121 Shootdown Incident, 1969 (2 cubic feet); Official Joint Staff case files relating to the Pueblo Incident, 1968–69 (4 cubic feet); Files relating to Reconnaissance and Surveillance Programs and Plans, 1963–80 (17 cubic feet); and National Security Council documents and related materials concerning NSC Matters, 1969–79 (20 cubic feet). All of these accessions contain some classified material that is not available for research. Contact Archives II Reference.

Records of the Central Intelligence Agency (Record Group 263)
1 cubic foot
Files relating to the Berlin Tunnel Operation, 1968. Contact Archives II Reference.

Records of the National Institutes of Health (Record Group 443)
33 cubic feet
Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee Subject Files Documenting the History of the Committee, 1976–2000. Contact Archives II Reference.

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Electronic Records

Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
8,727,416 logical data records
Census of Governments Files, 1992, 1997, and 2002 (8,671,306 logical data records); New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey, 2002 (56,110 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 Land Management (Record Group 49)
13 logical data records
Algodones Dunes Monitoring Studies, 2003–2005. 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 Management and Budget (Record Group 51)
340,821 logical data records
Monthly Electronic Mail Messages, April–May 2000. Materials restricted. 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)
9,332,395 logical data records
Lawful Immigrants, FY 1999–FY 2004; Naturalizations, FY 1999–FY 2004. Materials restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov

Records of the Federal Communications Commission (Record Group 173)
3,114 logical data records
Congressional Correspondence Files and Index, 2001–2002. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards (Record Group 220)
3,390 logical data records
General Records and Index to General Records of the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack, 2003–2006. Materials partly security classified. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Tax Court (Record Group 308)
133,687 logical data records
Docket sheets of Closed Cases, 1996–2000. 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)
1,851,435 logical data records
Carload Waybill Sample Files, 2002–2004. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 433)
2,662,920 logical data records
Mine Operator Accident, Injury, Illness, Employment and Production Reports, 1978–2005. 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)
828,977 logical data records
Elementary and Secondary School Civil Rights Surveys, 1968–98. 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 Customs and Border Protection (Record Group 568)
20,677 logical data records
Harmonized Tariff System File, 2007. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

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Special Media

Records of the Bureau of Ships (Record Group 19)
248 cubic feet
This series, Ship Engineering Drawings, 1940–60, consists of engineering drawings for the construction and modification of U.S. Navy ships and is an accretion to the Hull Series. The drawings include hull structure, system modernization, and booklets of general plans. The ships include hospital ships, repair auxiliaries, small aircraft carriers and LSDs. Materials opened and processed. Accession NN3-181-06-002 (A).

Records of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (Record Group 38)
7.5 cubic feet
This series, Operational Archives, Maps and Charts, 1941–46, consists of strategic maps and photographic studies to plan operations in the European and Pacific theaters during World War II. Materials opened and processed. Accession NN3-038-04-004.

Records of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering (Record Group 54)
7.5 cubic feet, 3,538 items
This accession consists of three series of photographs documenting sugar beet investigations (54-SBP), and sugar beet research in Fort Collins, CO (54-FC), and Las Cruces NM (54-NM). Materials open and processed. Accession NN3 54 080 003.

Records of the Bureau of Aeronautics (Record Group 72)
1,400 cubic feet
This series, Aircraft Plans, 1942–62, consists of engineering and technical drawings of aircraft construction from the Naval Air Development Center (NADC). Materials opened and processed. Accession NC3-181-80-002(H).

Records of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (Record Group 318)
16 cubic feet
This series consists of motion picture imagery that documents the history and functions of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Because of improved copying technology in the 1990s, numerous money counterfeiting deterrents were introduced by the Bureau, and these are examined in the series. Stamp production is also highlighted, covering stamp art shows and stamp artist interviews. Some film transfers date from the 1940s and 1950s, and videos are as recent as 2004. Materials opened and processed. Accession NN3-318-07-001.

Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
53 cubic feet
This series consists of moving images that document public service announcements created by the Department of Education to educate the public about students with disabilities in the public school system. The records range from about 1977 to 1987. Materials opened and processed. Accession NN3-441-99-01.

Records of the United States Army Military District of Washington (Record Group 551)
16 cubic feet
This series consists of moving images that show the work of a special Armed Forces Inaugural Committee that forms in Washington, DC, every four years to plan and execute the celebrations and ceremonies of each Presidential inauguration. The Bush and Clinton inaugurations are highlighted. Records range from 1988 to 2001. Materials opened and processed. Accession NN3-551-05-001.

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Regional Archives

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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)
2 cubic feet
District of Alaska—Ketchikan: Ketchikan Cash Book and Jury Book, 1946–70 (2 linear inches; two bound volumes); District of Alaska—Craig and Hyder Precincts: Probate case files, 1915–48.

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

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
1,758 cubic feet

Bankruptcy Courts
229 cubic feet
Federal Courts in Alabama:
Northern District, Birmingham Division, adversary proceedings, 1980–82.
Southern District, Mobile Division, adversary proceedings, 1980–82.

Federal Courts in Florida:
Middle District, Tampa Division, adversary proceedings, 1982.
Middle District, Jacksonville Division, adversary proceedings, 1982.
Middle District, Orlando Division, adversary proceedings, 1982.

Federal Courts in Georgia:
Northern District, Atlanta Division, adversary proceedings, 1980–82.
Northern District, Newnan Division, docket sheets, 1979–82.
Southern District, Savannah Division, adversary proceedings, 1980–82.
Middle District, Macon Division, adversary proceedings and docket sheets, 1981–82.
Middle District, Columbus Division, adversary proceedings, 1981–82.

Federal Courts in Kentucky:
Eastern District, Lexington Term, adversary proceedings, 1975–82.
Western District, Louisville Term, adversary proceedings, 1979–82.

Federal Courts in Mississippi:
Northern District, Aberdeen Division, adversary proceedings and docket sheets, 1978–82.
Southern District, Jackson Division, adversary proceedings, 1981–82.
Southern District, Biloxi Division, adversary proceedings, 1980–82.

Federal Courts in North Carolina:
Eastern District, Wilson Division, adversary proceedings, 1982.
Western District, Charlotte Division, adversary proceedings, 1981–82.

Federal Courts in South Carolina:
Columbia Division, adversary proceedings and docket sheets, 1982.

Federal Courts in Tennessee:
Eastern District, Knoxville Division, adversary proceedings, 1981–82.
Western District, Memphis Division, adversary proceedings, 1981–82.
Middle District, Nashville Division, adversary proceedings, 1982.

District Courts
1,529 cubic feet
Federal Courts in Alabama:
Southern District, Mobile Division, criminal and civil case files, 1969–82.
Middle District, Montgomery Division, criminal and civil case files, 1982.
Northern District, Birmingham Division, criminal and civil case files, 1982.

Federal Courts in Florida:
Southern District, Miami Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Southern District, West Palm Beach Division, criminal and civil case files, 1982.
Southern District, Fort Lauderdale Division, criminal and civil case files, 1982.
Middle District, Tampa Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Middle District, Jacksonville Division, criminal and civil case files, 1966–82.
Northern District, Tallahassee Division, criminal and civil case files, 1955–82.
Northern District, Pensacola Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.

Federal Courts in Georgia:
Southern District, Augusta Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Southern District, Brunswick Division, civil case files, 1965–82.
Southern District, Savannah Division, civil case files, 1981–82.
Middle District, Macon Division, criminal and civil case files, 1971–82.
Middle District, Albany Division, criminal case files, 1954–73.
Middle District, Columbus Division, criminal case files, 1967–74.
Northern District, Atlanta Division, criminal and civil case files, 1967–82.
Northern District, Rome Division, civil case files, 1982.
Northern District, Gainesville Division, civil case files, 1982.

Federal Courts in Kentucky:
Eastern District, Lexington Term, criminal and civil case files, 1982.
Eastern District, London Term, criminal and civil case files, 1969–82.
Eastern District, Pikeville Term, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Eastern District, Covington Term, criminal and civil case files, 1982.
Eastern District, Ashland Term, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Western District, Louisville Term, criminal and civil case files, 1979–82.
Western District, Paducah Term, criminal and civil case files, 1977–82.
Western District, Owensboro Term, civil case files, 1982.
Western District, Bowling Green Term, criminal case files, 1959–70.

Federal Courts in Mississippi:
Southern District, Jackson Division, criminal and civil case files, 1965–82.
Southern District, Gulfport Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Southern District, Hattiesburg Division, civil case files, 1982.
Northern District, Oxford Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Northern District, Aberdeen Division, civil case files, 1982.
Northern District, Clarksdale Division, civil case files, 1980–82.
Northern District, Greeneville Division, civil case files, 1982.

Federal Courts in North Carolina:
Eastern District, Raleigh Division, criminal and civil case files, 1968–82.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, criminal and civil case files, 1958–82.
Eastern District, Wilmington Division, civil case files, 1982.
Eastern District, Fayetteville Division, criminal case files, 1964–73.
Middle District, Greensboro Division, criminal and civil case files, 1964–82.
Western District, Charlotte Division, criminal and civil case files, 1969–82.
Western District, Statesville Division, criminal and civil case files, 1982.

Federal Courts in South Carolina:
Columbia Division, criminal and civil case files, 1961–82.
Greenville Division, civil case files, 1982.
Charleston Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Florence Division, civil case files, 1982.

Federal Courts in Tennessee:
Eastern District, Knoxville Division, criminal and civil case files, 1957–82.
Eastern District, Chattanooga Division, criminal and civil case files, 1967–82.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, criminal and civil case files, 1961–82.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, criminal and civil index, 1957–92.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, attorney admissions index, 1959–2004.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, power of attorney index, 1971–93.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, U.S. Magistrate's petty offense index, unknown.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, naturalization certificate stub index, 1930–92.
Eastern District, Winchester Division, power of attorney & foreign judgment index, 1971–99.
Eastern District, Winchester Division, naturalization certificate stub index, 1924–64.
Middle District, Nashville Division, criminal and civil case files, 1966–82.
Western District, Memphis Division, criminal and civil case files, 1981–82.
Western District, Jackson Division, civil case files, 1981–82.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
22 cubic feet
Tampa, Florida Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1986–87.
Jacksonville, Florida Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1986–87.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1987.
Frankfurt, Kentucky Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1979, 1984–87.
Jackson, Mississippi Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1986.
Tucker, Georgia Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1986.
Columbia, South Carolina Division. Safety fatality and catastrophe case files, closed FY 1986.

Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Record Group 207)
1 cubic foot
Atlanta, Georgia Division, Subject Files for Senior Community Builder, FY 1998–2000.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
1 cubic foot
Southern Regional Headquarters, College Park, GA, Civil Rights Complaint Files, 1996.

Records of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (Record Group 280)
35 cubic feet
Atlanta, Georgia Division, F-18 Assignment Control Cards, 1976.
Atlanta, Georgia Division, select case files, 1976–77.

Records of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 433)
1 cubic foot
Safety and Health District 6, Pikeville, KY, Fatal Reports of Investigations, 1986–87.

National Archives at Boston
Contact archival operations, 781-663-0121 or 866-406-2379.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
240 cubic feet
Federal Courts in Connecticut:
District of Connecticut. Civil action case files (New Haven), 1970–81.
District of Connecticut. Criminal case files, 1980–81.

Federal Courts in Maine:
District of Maine, Southern Division. Bankruptcy adversary cases, 1980–81.

Federal Courts in Massachusetts:
District of Massachusetts. Civil action cases, 1970–79.

Federal Courts in New Hampshire:
District of New Hampshire. criminal case files, 1979–81.

Federal Courts in Vermont:
District of Vermont. criminal case files, 1977–81.
District of Vermont. Civil action case files, 1977–81.
District of Vermont. Minute sheets, 1980–86.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
3 cubic feet
White Mountain National Forest: Directives, 1965–79; Internal Energy Conservation, 1980; Planning Files, 1979.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
3 cubic feet
Springfield, MA, inspection case files, 1986; Augusta, ME, inspection case files, 1986; Hartford, CT, inspection case files, 1986.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
1 cubic foot
Organizational Management Analysis Records, 1996.

Records of the United States Court of Appeals (Record Group 276)
68 cubic feet
Case files, 1981; briefs and records, 1981.

Records of the Federal Property Resources Service (Record Group 291)
15 cubic feet
Real Property Disposal case files, 1974–81.

Records of the General Services Administration (Record Group 269)
1 cubic foot
Environmental Records—Oil and Asbestos, 1992.

Records of the Research and Innovative Technology Administration (Record Group 467)
5 cubic feet
Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Cambridge, MA, Scientific and Technical Program Records, FY 2001.

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

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
1,034 cubic feet
Federal courts in Indiana:
Northern District of Indiana, Fort Wayne Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1979–84; bankruptcy docket sheets, 1980–82; civil case files, 1977–81; criminal case files, 1980–83; Order books, 1980–82.
Northern District of Indiana, Hammond Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1982–84; bankruptcy docket sheets, 1981–82.
Northern District of Indiana, Lafayette Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1981–83; bankruptcy case files, 1983–84; bankruptcy docket sheets, 1980-82; civil case files, 1975–80; criminal case files, 1976–79.
Northern District of Indiana, South Bend Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1979–84; bankruptcy docket sheets, 1980–81; civil case files, 1972–81; criminal case files, 1981–84; judgment and order books, 1981–82.
Southern District of Indiana, Evansville Division. Civil case files, 1976–81.
Southern District of Indiana, New Albany Division. Bankruptcy docket sheets, 1979–80; civil case files, 1975-84; criminal case files, 1974–79.
Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division. Adversary bankruptcy docket sheets, 1979–81; bankruptcy docket sheets, 1979–80; criminal case files, 1972–81.
Southern District of Indiana, Terre Haute Division. Civil case files, 1978–81; criminal case files, 1979.

Federal courts in Michigan:
Eastern District of Michigan, Ann Arbor Division. Civil case files, 1975–82.
Eastern District of Michigan, Bay City Division. Civil case files, 1977–81; criminal case files, 1978–81.
Eastern District of Michigan, Detroit Division. criminal case files, 1979; naturalization depositions, 1977–80.
Eastern District of Michigan, Flint Division. Civil case files, 1972–80.
Western District of Michigan, Grand Rapids Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1981–82.

Federal courts in Minnesota:
Third Division of Minnesota, St. Paul Division. Civil case files, 1976–85; criminal case files, 1979–83.
Fourth Division of Minnesota, Minneapolis Division. Civil case files, 1971–81; criminal docket sheets, 1975–80.
Fifth Division of Minnesota, Duluth Division. Civil case files, 1969–80; civil docket sheets, 1981; criminal case files, 1980–81.

Federal courts in Ohio:
Northern District of Ohio, Cleveland Division. Civil case files, 1971–79; criminal case files, 1974–79.
Northern District of Ohio, Youngstown Division. Bankruptcy docket sheets, 1973–81.
Southern District of Ohio, Cincinnati Division. Civil case files, 1969–81.
Southern District of Ohio, Columbus Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1980–82; civil case files, 1974–81; criminal case files, 1979–83.
Southern District of Ohio, Dayton Division. Civil case files, 1974–80.

Federal courts in Wisconsin:
Eastern District of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Division. Civil case files, 1971–80; criminal case files, 1975–80.
Western District of Wisconsin, Madison Division. Adversary bankruptcy case files, 1977–81; criminal transcripts, 1951.

National Archives at Denver
Contact archival operations, 303-407-5740.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
2 cubic feet
District of Montana. Equity case dockets, 1929–32.

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
72 cubic feet
Denver, CO, Office. Records relating to cooperative management, 1989–96. Technical reports, 1908–2000. Records relating to legislation, litigation, and appeals, 1937–98.

Upper Colorado Regional Office (Salt Lake City, UT). Records relating to land management on the Rio Grande Project, 1964–93. Records relating to program development and power management, 1951–93.

Records of the Selective Service System, 1940– (Record Group 147)
817 cubic feet
Selective Service System offices in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Classification and registration records, 1940–75.

General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
23 cubic feet
Grand Junction (Colorado) Projects Office. Uranium mining and milling contract case files, 1948–80.

National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-831-5620.
No accessions this quarter.

National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8013.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
161 cubic feet
Federal courts in Iowa:
Northern District of Iowa, Western (Sioux City) Division. Criminal case files, 1980 and prior.
Southern District of Iowa, Western (Council Bluffs) Division. Civil case files, 1981.
Southern District of Iowa, Central (Des Moines) Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1981.

Federal courts in Kansas:
District of Kansas, Kansas City Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1980–81.
District of Kansas, First (Topeka) Division. Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, exhibits, ca. 1984–94; civil case files, 1977; and habeas corpus case files, 1981.

Federal courts in Missouri:
U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Missouri. Clerk's docket, 1868.
Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern (St. Louis) Division. Civil case files, 1975–82, and criminal case files, 1976–80.
Western District of Missouri, Northern (St. Joseph) Division. Civil case files, 1975–82, and criminal case files, 1980–82.

Federal courts in Nebraska:
District of Nebraska, Omaha Division. Civil case files, 1980–81, criminal case files, 1975–81, and bankruptcy adversary case files, 1979–81.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
30 cubic feet
Wichita, KS, Area Office. Safety fatality and/or catastrophe inspection cases, 1985–86.
Omaha, NE, Area Office. Safety fatality and/or catastrophe inspection cases, 1986.

Records of United States Attorneys (Record Group 118)
2 cubic feet
Northern District of Iowa, all divisions. Criminal dockets, 1920–22, and complaints and attorneys' actions, 1923–29.
Northern District of Iowa, Cedar Rapids Division. Criminal dockets, 1923–30.
Northern District of Iowa, Eastern (Dubuque) Division. Criminal dockets, 1923–30.
Northern District of Iowa, Western (Sioux City) Division. Criminal dockets, 1922–27.

Records of the Selective Service System (RG 147)
2,045 cubic feet
Des Moines, IA. Registration cards, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; classification records, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; docket books, Act of 1940.

Topeka, KS. Registration cards, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; classification records, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; docket books, Act of 1940.

St. Paul, MN. Registration cards, Act of 1940; classification records, Act of 1940; docket books, Act of 1940.

Jefferson City, MO. Registration cards, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; classification records, dates of birth, 1922–40, and 1941-57; docket books, Act of 1940.

Lincoln NE. Registration cards, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; classification records, Act of 1940, dates of birth 1922–40 and 1941–57; docket books, Act of 1940.

Omaha, NE. Registration cards, date of birth 1922–40; classification records, date of birth, 1922–40.

Bismarck, ND. Registration cards, Act of 1940; classification records, Act of 1940; docket books, Act of 1940.
Records are restricted and require screening.

Records of the Health Resources and Services Administration (Record Group 512)
5 cubic feet
Kansas City, MO, Regional Office. Construction Grant and Loan Records, 1986.

Laguna Niguel— NARA's Pacific Region
Contact archival operations, 949-360-2641

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
71 cubic feet
Southern District of California (San Diego). Civil case files, 1989–2002; bankruptcy dockets, 1979–80.
Central District of California (Los Angeles). Civil dockets, 1975–81; criminal case files, 1971.
District of Arizona (Phoenix Division). Judgments and orders, 1979–81; bankruptcy dockets, 1975–81.
District of Arizona (Tucson Division). Civil dockets, 1980–81; criminal dockets, 1978–81; judgments and orders, 1979–80; bankruptcy dockets, 1976–81.

Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Record Group 22)
13 cubic feet
Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife Office, National Environmental Policy Act Consultation Records, 1991–98.

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
21 cubic feet
Bakersfield District Office, directives, 1957–83; news releases, 1947–81; grazing permit case files, 1972–75.
California Desert District, Archaeology Site Records, 1974–79. Materials restricted.
Riverside District Office, California Desert Plants Index, 1978; Subject Files, 1966–70.

Records of the U.S. Geological Survey (Record Group 57)
3 cubic feet
Astrogeology Research Program, Mission Files of Eugene Shoemaker, 1956–76.

Records of the National Park Service (Record Group 79)
2 cubic feet
Grand Canyon National Park, Subject Files, 1963–78.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
1 cubic foot
Inyo National Forest, Grazing Permit Files, 1912–46.

Records of the Selective Service System, 1940– (Record Group 147)
1,119 cubic feet
State of Arizona, Registration Cards, Docket Books of Boards of Appeal, 1922–57.
State of California (including Alpine, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Los Angeles, Mono, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties) Registration Cards, Docket Books of Boards of Appeal, 1922–57. Materials are privacy restricted and require screening.

National Archives at New York City
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620 or 866-840-1752
No accessions this quarter.

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

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
2 cubic feet
Allegheny National Forest, record copies of directives, 1972–82; Northeast State and Private Forestry and Northern Research Station, organizational files, 1980–81.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
5 cubic feet
Langley Research Center, Management Files, 1987–96.

Records of the United States Court of Appeals (Record Group 276)
710 cubic feet
Third Circuit, opinions of the court, 1960–81; briefs and appendices, 1981; and correspondence and case files, 1974–78.

National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
30 cubic feet
Federal courts in California:
Eastern District, Fresno. Criminal case files, closed 1981.

Federal courts in Hawaii:
District of Hawaii. Naturalization petitions, 1987–92.

Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Record Group 22)
12 cubic feet
Sacramento Field Office, project files, 1987–94.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
63.75 cubic feet
Pacific Southwest Regional Office, San Francisco. (Selected) Alpha and Numeric Series (1962–96).
Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Closed Grazing Permits (1907–ca. 1980).
Klamath National Forest. (Selected) Transportation Administration (1995–2001) and (Selected) Program Development and Budgeting Records (1996–2002).
Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. (Selected) Environmental Policy and Procedures (1997–2001) and (Selected) Grants and Agreements (1986–92).
Mendocino National Forest. (Selected) Grants and Agreements (1995) and Timber Sales (1995–99).
Plumas National Forest. National Forest Plan (1980), (Selected) Timber Sales (1989–2000), Appeals and Litigation (1984–90), and (Selected) Special Uses Administration (1953–2001).
Shasta-Trinity National Forest. (Selected) Contracts (1999) and (Selected) Timber Sales (1999–2000).
Six Rivers National Forest. (Selected) Grants and Agreements (1995–96) and (Selected) Timber Sales (1998–2000).

Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (Record Group 181)
18 cubic feet
Mare Island Naval Shipyard, CA. General correspondence (1975–76).

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
7 cubic feet
Ames Research Center. News Media Files (1949–86) and Records of Top Management Officials (1987–96).

Records of the United States Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
291 cubic feet
Ninth Circuit, San Francisco. Appeal Case files and briefs (1981).

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
4 cubic feet
California Division, San Francisco. Transportation Improvement Program (1992–99).

General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
15 cubic feet
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Budget and Resource Planning. Research and Development Administration (1980–81).
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Acceleration and Fusion Division (Bevatron). Research and Development Administrative Records (1957–76).
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Engineering Division. Project Planning and Design Files (1956–81), Project Planning and Design Files (1966–81), and HILAC (Heavy Ion Linear Accelerator) and SuperHILAC Photos (1958–76).
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Nuclear Science Division, Scientists' Papers—Lee Schroeder (1968–76).

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

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
7 cubic feet
National Interagency Fire Center, National Fire Equipment System Publications, (contains videos), 1990–97. Records are open. Videos will transfer to College Park, MD.

Records of the National Park Service (Record Group 79)
10 cubic feet
History and Archeology Records, 1936–92. Records are subject to the Freedom of Information Act under exemption 3.

Records of the Selective Service System (Record Group 147)
583 cubic feet
Alaska State Headquarters at Anchorage, Classification Records, Year of Birth (YOB) 1922–57.
Guam Headquarters at Agana, Classification Records, YOB 1924–57.
Hawaii State Headquarters at Honolulu, Classification Records, YOB 1922–57; Special Registration of 1950, Medical, Dental, and Allied Specialists Classification Records, YOB 1901–32.
Idaho State Headquarters at Boise, Registration Cards, YOB 1897–1957 and Classification Records, 1922–57.
Montana State Headquarters at Helena, Classification Records, YOB 1922–30.
Oregon State Headquarters at Portland, Registration Cards, YOB 1922–57; Classification Records, 1922–30.
Oregon State Headquarters at Salem, Classification Records, YOB 1922–57.
Washington State Headquarters at Seattle, Classification Records, YOB 1922–57.
Washington State Headquarters at Tacoma, Classification Records, YOB 1922–30; Alien Records, DSS Form 306, 1940–47; Board of Appeal, Docket Books, YOB 1922–30.
Records may be screened for Privacy Act.

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Accessions Openings

ACCESSIONS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

During the fourth quarter, 10,725 pages (6.817 cubic feet) of recent manuscript acquisitions were accessioned.

Notable archival acquisitions this quarter include the papers of Philip S. Brown, an official in the Resettlement and Farm Security Administrations, donated by his daughter Deborah Brown; a collection of 1920s and 1930s radical pamphlets and newspapers donated by State University of New York at New Paltz Professor David Krikun; an accretion to the papers of Adolf A. Berle, Jr., donated by his daughter Beatrice Berle Meyerson; and a 16mm Ectachrome film of FDR's campaign trip to Pittsburgh, PA, October 11, 1940, donated by Michael Kane.

During the quarter, 17 items were accessioned into the museum collection, including 3 new items and 14 previously unaccessioned items that have been in the collection for many years. The new acquisitions consist of two Resettlement Administration posters, donated by Deborah Brown, and a Countess Mara donkey tie once owned by President Roosevelt, donated by Richard and Barbara Wolf.

The printed materials collections added 26 new books, 28 periodicals, and 125 vertical file items during the quarter. Also accessioned into the collection were 3,327 previously unaccessioned books that were identified during the FDR Book Collection project.

Harry S. Truman Library

The library acquired the Papers of Sally Cahalan, a historian and researcher (2 linear foot, ca. 1948–78), consisting of interviews, reports, printed materials, and other items relating to John Stewart Service. This collection is closed pending processing.

The library acquired the Papers of Donald S. Dawson, administrative assistant to the President from 1947 to 1953 (14 linear feet, ca. 1930–2001), consisting of correspondence, memoranda, handwritten notes, photographs, scrapbooks, reports, and other items mostly relating to Dawson's association with the Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs, and his relationship with his wife, the film star Ilona Massey. This collection is closed pending processing.

The library acquired the Papers of Arthur Ginsburg, a document collector (less than 1 linear foot, ca. 1948–55), consisting of correspondence mostly relating to the 1948 and 1952 Presidential campaigns. This collection is closed pending processing.

Fifty-four new artifacts were accessioned into the museum collection during the quarter. The total artifact count stands at 27,318.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

The papers of Samuel H. Butterfield and James Canole were accessioned this quarter as well as an accretion to the papers of Stephen Benedict.

Accessions for the quarter included the philatelic collection of 2,732 items from the Arthur E. Summerfield Papers. This includes First Day Issue cachets, programs, blocks of stamps, albums of stamps all produced during the Eisenhower administration. Included is a collection of Foreign First Day Issues sent to Postmaster Summerfield. Other museum accessions included White House Christmas Gift Prints and Cards produced by Hallmark Cards from 1953 to 1969, total 18,118 items.

John F. Kennedy Library

The library accessioned 22 textual accessions totaling 178.5 cubic feet including:

  • Ten accretions to the Personal Papers of Edward M. Kennedy. Staff files and personal memorabilia. 146.255 feet. Closed.
  • An accretion to the Personal Papers of Patricia Kennedy Lawford, sister to President John F. Kennedy. Publications, audiovisual materials, and other items. 3 feet. Closed.
  • An accretion to the Pre-Presidential Papers of John F. Kennedy. Photocopies of itineraries and press pass for Senator Kennedy's appearances in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Received from J. Sandy Scatena, Advance Man, JFK Campaign, 1960. 0.125 feet. Open.
  • The personal papers of Edward Guillon, Deputy Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (1960–61), Ambassador to the Republic of Congo (1961–64), Dean, Fletcher School, Tufts University (1964–78). 3 cubic feet. Closed.
  • Personal Papers of Robert Shrum, Political consultant, speechwriter to Edward M. Kennedy. Correspondence, drafts of book No Excuses, photographs, and news clippings. 26 feet. Closed.
  • Three additions to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection, including the papers of Mark A. Soden, navy pilot and roommate of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., crew lists, correspondence, and photos of JPK, Jr. 0.250 feet. Open.
  • Five accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection (RPCV), and 12 oral history interviews. Open.

A total of 67 photographic prints, 84 original photographic negatives, 33.5 hours of audio, and 31.3 hours of moving images were accessioned.

Deeds of gift were completed for the personal papers of Edward Guillon and Mark A. Soden and 12 RPCV oral histories.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The following oral history transcripts were accessioned and are available for research:

McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant for National Security Affairs, 1961–66, three interviews, 119 pages.

Richard Nixon Library

During this quarter, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum added video oral histories with Senator John F. Kerry, an antiwar activist during the Nixon administration; John W. Dean, Nixon-era White House counsel; Lawrence M. Higby, assistant to Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman; Charles W. Colson, former Nixon assistant; Egil "Bud" Krogh, former Nixon staff member; Donald H. Rumsfeld, former Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity; Frederick V. Malek, former Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget; Paul O'Neill, former Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget; and John Price, former staff assistant to Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

The library has received a signed deed of gift from Dale and Leonard Adler, daughter and son-in-law of Nixon Presidential photographer Oliver F. Atkins, for seven cubic feet of photographic negatives, transparencies, contact sheets and publications collected by Mr. Atkins from 1941 until his death in 1977.

The Nixon Library also received collections from Lorrin M. Koran (one FRC box on drug policy), Bill Gulley (passenger manifests for First Family travel on military transports), and the Nixon Foundation (Committee to Re-Elect the President files, approximately 275 cubic feet; Nixon political and personal returnable files, 78,000 pages of formerly closed documents).

Gerald R. Ford Library

Development and Research at the Department of Housing and Urban Development during the Ford administration (7 cubic feet). Included were speeches, memoranda, correspondence, reports, and other material related to such topics as housing, community development, urban policy, and the President's Committee on Urban Development and Neighborhood Revitalization.

Twelve accretions were added to existing collections, including the David Mathews Papers, Bruce Wagner Papers, Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers, Composite General Accessions, and Composite Grand Rapids Accessions.

The library declared several collections available via a researcher-driven review queue. The collections had been arranged and described by student staff. They are the papers of Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs Max Friedersdorf, 1974–77 (4 cubic feet); the files of Director of Correspondence Roland Elliott, 1974–77, (20 cubic feet); most of the papers of Assistant to the President William J. Baroody, Jr., 1948 (1964–96), covering his government service, 1961–77, (202 cubic feet); and the Clifford Ericson Scrapbook, 1976, on the American Revolution Bicentennial (less than 1 cubic foot).

The library opened 37 photographs in U.S. National Security Council Institutional Files folder "NSDM 313: Establishment of a U.S. Sinai Support Mission."

Jimmy Carter Library

The library continues to receive material from President Carter's Office and from John Gunther Dean. During the fourth quarter the library received 5 cubic feet of material from Ken Thomas documenting the genealogy of President and Mrs. Carter; an accretion to the Emily Dolvin materials, which includes Carter family memorabilia and a diary of Mary Ida Nicholson Gordy, President Carter's grandmother; and a 7-cubic-foot accretion to the Rupert Cutler papers. The most notable acquisition was 7 cubic feet of family/personal photographs from President and Mrs. Carter.

Ronald Reagan Library

Michael B. Neal Papers, 1967–74 (less than 1 linear foot). This accession consists of material compiled by Mr. Neal during his work as an advance volunteer for Ronald Reagan's gubernatorial campaign in 1970. He also provided us with California Legislature Handbooks, which provide detailed information regarding the membership of the California legislature during Reagan's term as governor. The handbooks were transferred to our general reference collection in the research room.

OPENINGS

Harry S. Truman Library

The library opened for research Records Relating to the Personal Staff of Former President Harry S. Truman, which are part of Record Group 269: General Records of the General Services Administration (less than 1 linear foot, 1957–72). The records consist of memoranda, letters, and other items concerning the status, pay, and benefits of members of Mr. Truman's personal staff at the Truman Library.

The library opened for research the transcript of trial in the case of United States v. Oscar Collazo, which is part of Record Group 21: Records of District Courts of the United States (less than 1 linear foot, 1951). The transcript documents proceedings in Collazo's trial for murder in connection with the attempted assassination of President Truman.

The library opened for research the Papers of Lyle Watts, Chief of the Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, 1943–52 (3 linear feet, 1910–62). The papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, photographs, articles, and speeches concerning Watts's career with the Forest Service and government forest policy.

The library opened for research approximately 1,400 pages of recently declassified documents from the Harry S. Truman Papers (Psychological Strategy Board Files, President's Secretary's Files, Korean War File, and National Security Council Files), the Papers of Dean Acheson, and the Papers of Clark Clifford. These declassified materials mostly pertain to U.S. relations with Russia, Germany, and Japan.

The library opened two pages of documents from an accretion to the George Elsey papers. These pages, a vote tally dictated to Elsey by President Truman a few weeks before the 1948 election and a handwritten note by President Truman to Elsey containing Truman's reflections on his historical legacy, were opened during the C-SPAN broadcast that aired on September 21, 2007.

Richard Nixon Library

The Nixon Library opened two significant sets of materials on July 11, 2007.

The first set, released by the tapes team in College Park, MD, comprised 11½ hours of taped Presidential conversations, which were made available both in the research rooms in College Park and in Yorba Linda, CA, and on its new web site. The second set, released by the archival staff in Yorba Linda, comprised approximately 78,000 pages of textual materials. These materials had been returned to the Nixon estate in the mid-1990s because they were deemed not to relate to any statutory duties of the President or abuse of government powers as defined by the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (PRMPA) and associated regulations. Selections from these documents were shared online on the Nixon Library web site.

Jimmy Carter Library

The library opened eight series from White House Files and two donated collections. They include:

  • Anne Wexle—Correspondence Files
  • Anne Wexler—Department of Commerce Files
  • Anne Wexler—Jane Hartley's Urban Policy Files
  • Anne Wexler—Subject Files
  • Cabinet Secretary—Ed Helminski Files
  • Cabinet Secretary—Federal Emergency Files
  • Cabinet Secretary—John Hall Subject Files
  • Domestic Policy Staff—Natural Resources—Jim Mongan and Joseph Onek
  • Mary Hoyt—Subject Files—Donated
  • Tim Kraft—Subject Files—Donated

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