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Accessions and Openings for the 2nd quarter
FY 2009


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Washington, DC, Area

Among the highly significant records accessioned by the Records Accessioning and Control Team this quarter were 616 cubic feet of direct offers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65). They included the following series: Classification 100, FBI Headquarters Case Files Pertaining to Domestic Security, 1939–82; Monographs, 1943–85; Classification 319, FBI Headquarters Policy and Procedures Manuals, 1945–98; Publications, Including Law Enforcement Bulletins, 1932–92; Classification 116, FBI Headquarters Case Files Pertaining to Background Investigations Conducted for Department of Energy Applicants, 1946–82; Classification 101, Hatch Act, Field Office Case Files, Washington Field Office, 1939–73; Classification 102, Transfer of Field Office Case Files Pertaining to the Voorhis Act, 1942–82; Classification 94, FBI Headquarters Case Files Pertaining to Research Matters, 1938–82; Classification 91, FBI Headquarters Case Files Pertaining to Bank Robbery, 1936–82; Classification 73, FBI Headquarters Case Files Pertaining to Application for Pardon, 1920–82; Classification 94, FBI Headquarters Case Files Pertaining to Research Matters, 1938–83; and Classification 157, FBI Field Office (Washington, DC, and San Francisco) Case Files Pertaining to Investigations of Civil Unrest and Disturbances (Racial Matters), 1959–83.

Declassifications

General Records of the Department of Commerce (Record Group 40)
4.308 cubic feet
Policy Files, 1978–80 (1.077 cubic feet); Records Concerning Jobs Programs, 1968–70 (3.231 cubic feet).

Records of the Office of Management and Budget (Record Group 51)
27.744 cubic feet
Subject Files for the General Services Administration, 1953–61 (14.68 cubic feet); Records Relating to Budgetary Administration in the Executive Office of the President, 1953–61 (13.056 cubic feet).

General Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56)
53.695 cubic feet
Textile Briefing Books of Thomas W. Wolfe, 1963–66 (2.04 cubic feet); Chronological Files of the Deputy to the Assistant Secretary James P. Hendrick, 1962–63; (1.008 cubic feet); Chronological Files of David P. Page, 1954–55 (0.504 cubic feet); Minutes and Agenda of the Interagency Committee on Automatic Data Processing (ADP), 1965–70 (0.2 cubic feet); Progress Reports, 1961–65 (0.408 cubic feet); Records Pertaining to Monetary Reform, 1968–78 (11.847 cubic feet); Records Relating to Anti-Dumping, 1954–58 (0.2 cubic feet); Subject Files, 1968–78 (11.847 cubic feet); Records Relating to the International Monetary Fund,1974–80 (2.154 cubic feet); Records Relating to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 1962–84 (12.924 cubic feet); Records Relating to War Loans Drives and War Financing, 1941–44 (1.008 cubic feet); Letters and Memorandums, 1974–76 (3.231 cubic feet); Briefing Books on the Middle East, 1974–75 (2.154 cubic feet); Subject Files, 1976–77 (4.17 cubic feet).

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
94.362 cubic feet
Briefing Books of Alexander Haig, 1979–82 (11.847 cubic feet); Subject Files, 1956–60 (5.544 cubic feet); Subject Files, 1949–52 (0.504 cubic feet); Files of Visits by Heads of Government, Dignitaries and Delegations, 1906–76 (76.467 cubic feet).

Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65)
483.336 cubic feet
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1944–8 (5.544 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1946–88 (32.76 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1946–78 (17.136 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1944–96 (22.68 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1946–97 (5.544 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1944–84 (28.224 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1944–80 (19.152 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1937–77 (7.056 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1952–77 (0.504 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1967–80 (25.704 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1940–81 (15.12 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1964–86 (19.656 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1965–93 (60.984 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1966–90 (22.176 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1952–90 (28.728 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1959–77 (30.24 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1958–92 (14.616 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1958–91 (11.088 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1958–84 (10.08 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1956–98 (79.632 cubic feet);
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1953–88 (26.712 cubic feet).

Records of the Foreign Agricultural Service (Record Group 166)
15.84 cubic feet
Entomological and Quarantine Reports, 1911–39 (1.224 cubic feet); Forestry Reports, 1901–41 (14.616 cubic feet).

Records of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (Record Group 167)
(207.861 cubic feet)
Records Relating to Inventions, 1940–46.

Records of the Office of Strategic Services (Record Group 226)
(29.052 cubic feet)
Director's Office Files, 1944–2002.

Records of the Defense Intelligence Agency (Record Group 373)
38.808 cubic feet
Foreign Report Files, 1945–61 (25.70 cubic feet 4); Budget Files, 1973–76 (13.104 cubic feet).

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Electronic Records

Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24)
1,855,420 logical data records
Officer Personnel Information System (OPINS) Officer History and Attrition Files, FY 2000, 2004–2007 (732,127 logical data records) and Navy Enlisted System (NES), Enlisted Master File (EMF), FY 2005–2007 (1,123,293 logical data records). Materials closed. 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)
3,984,919 logical data records
County Business Patterns, 1967, 1969-73 (1,033,284 logical data records); Current Population Survey, March 2005 and March 2006: Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Supplement (789,261 logical data records) and Current Population Survey (CPS) Basic Data: December 2000; January, July, October 2001; July 2002; May, July 2003; February, July, August 2004; January, May, June, July, November 2005 (2,162,374 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 U.S. Geological Survey (Record Group 57)
152,000,000 logical data records
North American Bird Banding Data, as of April 2008 (152,000,000 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 Federal Reserve System (Record Group 82)
10 logical data records
Domestic and Foreign Annual Desk Report, 1971–75 (10 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 95)
3,497,763 logical data records
Fire and Aviation Management Web Site (FAMWEB) Data Files, 1970–2005 (3,497,763 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 Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Record Group 180)
1,352 logical data records
Index to Commission Meetings Minutes, 1989–91 (1,352 logical data records). Materials closed. 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)
1,029 logical data records
General Records of the Defense Task Force on the Future of Military Health Care, 2007–2008 (1,029 logical data records). Materials closed. 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)
34,925,305 logical data records
Civilian Personnel Master File, FY 2006 (680,374 logical data records); Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), FY 2007 (28,918,378 logical data records); and Defense Incident-Based Reporting System (DIBRS), February 2007 and February 2008 (5,326,553 logical data records). Materials partially open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (Record Group 424)
397,058 logical data records
Injury and Potential Injury Incidents Data Files, 1973–99 (397,058 logical data records). Materials closed. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (Record Group 440)
57,259 logical data records
National Health Expenditures (NHE) Files, 1977–2005 (57,259 logical data records). 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)
1,659,032 logical data records
Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, 2006 (1,659,032 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)
753,269 logical data records
National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), 1973, 1975, 1976, and 2002 (171,770 logical data records) and National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS), 1992, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2002–2005 (581,499 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 Merit System Protection Board (Record Group 479) 1,661 logical data records Targeted Surveys of Federal Employees: New Employee Survey & Survey of Supervisors of New Hires (Upper Level Hires), January 2006 (1,661 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 Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (Record Group 510)
4,611,870 logical data records
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) and Projected National Medical Expenditure Survey (NMES) Data, 1995 (4,611,870 logical data records). 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)
480 cubic feet
Accretion to Hull Series, 1942–55: This series consists of engineering drawings for the construction and modification of U.S. Navy ships. These ships include aircraft carriers, hospital ships, amphibious command ships, and repair vessels. Accession NN3-181-06-002.

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
less than 1 cubic foot
ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) Conference: This accretion consists of a video recording of a skit performed by Secretary Colin Powell and his staff at the 2002 ASEAN Conference. Accession NN3-059-07-002.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
2 cubic feet
Savannah District Office Fort Plans, 1844–1942: This series consists of maps and plans for Fort Pulaski, GA; Fort Screven, SC; Fort Clinch, FL; Fort Jackson, GA; and Fort Fremont, SC. These drawings document the changes in some of these forts until World War II.

Records of the Public Buildings Service. (Record Group 121)
264 cubic feet
Architectural and Engineering Drawings of Public Buildings in the National Capital Region (CEDIS), 1930–89: This series consists of architectural drawings pertaining to the design, construction, repair and alteration of Federal buildings in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Buildings for which drawings exist include Federal agency headquarters and other public buildings in metropolitan DC. Drawing types include presentation drawings, site plans, elevations, floor plans, sections, structural plans, and architectural detail drawings. Accessions NN3-121-00-001 (partial), NN3-121-04-001, and NN3-121-05-001.

Records of the Supreme Court of the United States (Record Group 267)
1 cubic foot
Oral Arguments before the Supreme Court, 2005, 2006, and 2007 Terms: These audio recordings were made on digital flash cards and were processed with the assistance of the NWTS preservation lab. Accessions NN3-267-02-001, NN3-267-08-001, and NN3-267-09-001.

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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.
No report this quarter.

National Archives at Atlanta
Contact archival operations, 770-968-2100.
No report this quarter.

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

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
38 cubic feet
Vessel Documentation Files, 1985–88.
First Coast Guard District. Original Directives, 1976–88.
Unit Logs for Decommissioned Custers, 1981–88.

Records of the United States Customs Service (Record Group 36)
10 cubic feet
Investigative Files; Neutrality Violations and Munitions Control, 1981–93.

Records of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (Record Group 100)
6 cubic feet
Safety, Fatalities and Catastrophes Case Files, 1988.

Records of United States Attorneys (Record Group 118)
7 cubic feet
Massachusetts. Significant Case files, 1972–75.

Records of the Public Buildings Service (Record Group 121)
360 cubic feet
Scanned Original and As Built Drawings, Project Specifications, Change Orders for Federal Buildings in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, 2003–2004.

Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (Record Group 181)
7 cubic feet
Ships Case Files, 1973.

U.S. Army Operational, Tactical, and Support Organizations (World War II and Thereafter) (Record Group 338)
36 cubic feet
Natick Laboratories. Technical Reports, 1968–73. 1979.
Natick Laboratories. Five Year Operating Program Files, 1971–72.
Natick Laboratories. Operating Programs Progress Reports, 1970–75.
U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Operating Agency Five Year Program Files, 1974–88.
U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Publication Sets, 1990–92.
U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Technical Reports, 1936–85.

Records of United States Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations (Record Group 342)
1 cubic foot
Civilian Policy Board Records, 1967–83.

Records of the Federal Transit Administration (Record Group 408)
18 cubic feet
Civilian Policy Board Records, 1967–83.

National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9001.
No report this quarter.

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

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
4 cubic feet
Lower Colorado Regional Office, Boulder City, Nevada. Photographs, 1995–2001.

National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-831-5620.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
2,287 cubic feet
Federal courts in Louisiana:
Eastern District, New Orleans Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1974–84.
Western District, Shreveport Division. Bankruptcy adversary cases, 1979–83.

Federal courts in Texas:
Northern District, Abilene Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1975–83.
Northern District, Amarillo Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1974–84.
Northern District, Dallas Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1970–83.
Northern District, Fort Worth Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1970–85.
Northern District, Lubbock Division. Civil cases, 1971–82.
Northern District, San Angelo Division. Civil cases, 1973–84.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
60 cubic feet
Southwest Region (Fort Worth): Directives, 1979–86; policy and planning files, 1983–87; management project files, 1983–86; airspace analysis files, 1956–91; correspondence files, 1963–88; and history program files, 1921–94. Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (Oklahoma City): Directives, 1978–94; training manuals, 1997–2003; and management project files, 1991–98.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
210 cubic feet
Johnson Space Center: Mission control wiring diagrams, 1964–87.

Records of the United States Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
381 cubic feet
Fifth Circuit: Case files, 1982–83.

Records of the Army-Air Force Exchange Service (Record Group 334)
368 cubic feet
Dallas Headquarters: Correspondence, 1969–81; administrative orders, 1966; directives, 1964–92; personnel policy files, 1972–88; organization history files, 1960–87; exchange news, 1978; legal opinions, 1985–92; long range planning files, 1984; organization planning files, 1953–83; exchange planning files, 1971–74; operational research study files, 1970–76; committee files, 1969–81; and debriefing acknowledgment files, 1976.

National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8013.
No report this quarter.

Laguna Niguel— NARA's Pacific Region
Contact archival operations, 949-360-2641.
No report this quarter.

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

National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-606-0112.
No report this quarter.

National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501.
No report this quarter.

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

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
6 cubic feet
National Interagency Fire Center: Training Aids related to Firefighting, 1993–2008. Some recent records were transferred early since training aids were discontinued.

Records of the Forest Service, (Record Group 95)
5 cubic feet
Lolo National Forest: Permanent Fire Incident Management Records, 1942–88. Malheur National Forest: Permanent Fire Incident Management Records, 1939–88.

Records of the Bonneville Power Administration (Record Group 305)
67 cubic feet
Photographic Materials (negatives), 1939–84.

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Presidential Libraries

Accessions Openings

ACCESSIONS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

Accretion to the Papers of Maureen Corr, Eleanor Roosevelt's last personal secretary (.01 cubic feet).

Harry S. Truman Library

The Papers of Sol Stolowy, a friend and admirer of President Truman, consisting of programs and other printed material relating to celebrations of Harry S. Truman's birthday and the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award Foundation. Less than 1 linear foot.

The Papers of Irwin W. Silverman, Chief Counsel of the Division of Territories, U.S. Department of the Interior, consisting of correspondence, newspaper clippings, other printed materials, photographs, memorabilia, and a diary dating from August 1947 to June 1948, relating for the most part to Hawaiian statehood, Puerto Rico, and Silverman's law career. About 1 linear foot

Accretions to the Papers of Mary Jane Truman, sister of Harry S. Truman. The accretion consists of scrapbooks containing photographs, press clippings, and other documents mostly relating to the Truman family and Margaret Truman's singing career. Less than 1 linear foot.

Accretions to the Papers of Ted J. Sanders, farmer and friend of Harry S. Truman. The accretion consists of copies of correspondence, photographs, printed materials, handwritten notes, and other items mostly concerning Sanders and his relationship with President Truman. Less than 1 linear foot.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Additional papers of John F. Hilliard, 1963–67, 800 pages.

John F. Kennedy Library

An accretion to the personal papers of John Kenneth Galbraith, economist, educator, author, and diplomat. 40 cubic feet. Closed.

The personal papers of Jean Kennedy Smith, Ambassador to Ireland (1993–98), sister of President John F. Kennedy. Files relating to Mrs. Smith's ambassadorship. 51.408 cubic feet. Closed.

The personal papers of Herbert E. Tucker, Jr. Files relating to Mr. Tucker's work on John F. Kennedy's Presidential Campaign and involvement with the DNC. 0.252 cubic feet. Closed.

Ten accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, including the papers of Sister Sylvia McClain and the papers of Linda Meinders Webb (0.376 cubic feet), and eight oral history interviews with:

  • Leslie Bloom (Thailand, 1986–87)
  • Ephraim A. Frankel (Turkey, 1965–67)
  • Ken Gaal (Nigeria, 1963–65)
  • Phyllis Gaal (Nigeria, 1963–65)
  • Tom Nawrot (Peru, 1972–74 and Chile, 1975–77)
  • Linda Neal (Korea, 1967–68)
  • Gayle Peper (Ethiopia and Eritrea, 1971–73)
  • Thomas Spear (Tanganyika, 1963–65)

Two additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including papers from Robert Olmstead, consisting of USS Joseph P. Kennedy first-day cover envelope and enclosure and other Kennedy mementos; papers from Gen. James H. Polk, consisting of an article, photographs, and film relating to General Polk's role as the U.S. Commander in Berlin during the visit of President Kennedy on June 26, 1963. 0.050 cubic feet.

Two additions to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection. 0.05 cubic feet.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

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

  • Ashbrook P. Bryant, Attorney, SEC, 1941–52, chief counsel, Preparedness Committee of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, 1952–53; attorney, FCC, 1954–58; Chief, Office of Network Study, FCC, 1958–60s. 27 pages.
  • William Capron, senior economist, Council of Economic Advisers, 1962–64; Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1964–65; Director, Brookings Institute, 1965–69. 47 pages.
  • Raul Hector Castro, U.S Ambassador to El Salvador, 1964–68; U.S. Ambassador to Bolivia, 1968–69; Governor of Arizona, 1976–77; U.S. Ambassador to Argentina, 1977–80. 65 pages.
  • Edward Clark, Texas Secretary of State, 1937–38, U.S. Ambassador to Australia, 1965–67, Lyndon Johnson's legal counsel. 33 pages.
  • Fleur Cowles, American writer, editor, founder of Flair Magazine. 34 pages.
  • William E. DePuy, Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV), 1964–66; Commanding General, First Infantry Division, 1966–67; Special Assistant for Counterinsurgency and Special Activities, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1967–69; Special Assistant for Counterinsurgency and Special Activities, Office of the Assistant Vice Chief of Staff, 1969–73. 53 pages.
  • C. E. "Curley" Doyle, World War II veteran and college friend of Lyndon Johnson. 17 pages.
  • George D. Jacobson, Deputy Chief of Staff, Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV), 1961–64; Associate Director of Field Operations, Agency for International Development (AID), 1965; Mission Coordinator, U.S. Embassy in Vietnam, Assistant Chief of Staff, Civil Operations Revolutionary Development Support (CORDS), 1969–71; CORDS Director, 1971–73; Assistant to the Ambassador for Field Operations, 1973–75. 46 and 44 pages.
  • Elizabeth Johnson, school teacher from Cotulla, TX. 18 pages.
  • Walter Judd, U.S. Congressman, 1942–62; Delegate to the United Nations, 1957; Delegate to World Health Assembly, 1950 and 1958. 49, 54, and 47 pages. Robert F. McMahon and Mark T. Muller: McMahon, World War II pilot; Muller, Signal Corps 1939–67. 17 pages.
  • Joseph "Joe" Robertson, Department of Agriculture Assistant Secretary for Administration. 28 pages.
  • James Roosevelt, eldest son of Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Congressman, 1955–65; Delegate to the United Nations Economic and Social Council, 1965–66. 47 pages.
  • Bess Whitehead Scott, Texas journalist, writer, friend of the Johnsons. 41 pages.
  • Milton P. Semer, Aide and Counsel to Lyndon Johnson, 1956–66; General Counsel for Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1961–66. 33 pages.
  • Merrell "Pop" Small, departmental secretary, California Governor's office, 1945–53; administrative aide to Senator Thomas Kuchel, 1953–69. 40 pages.
  • George Smathers, U.S. House of Representatives from Florida, 1947–51; U.S. Senator from Florida, 1953–69. 22 pages.
  • Adrian A. Spears, U.S. District Judge from San Antonio, TX, 10 pages.

Accretion to the Personal Papers of Sid Davis, White House correspondent for the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. 0.46 cubic feet.

Accretion to the Personal Papers of Jack Valenti, special assistant to President Johnson and Director of the Motion Picture Association. 12.42 cubic feet.

Richard Nixon Library

The following video oral histories were accessioned:

  • William Timmons, congressional relations assistant
  • Harold Saunders, National Security Council staffer
  • Cartha "Deke" DeLoach, FBI assistant direc
  • tor
  • David Parker, Presidential scheduler
  • Henry Cashen, deputy assistant
  • Red Cavaney, advance staffer
  • Pat O'Donnell, congressional liaison
  • J. Bruce Wheilan, media aide
  • Michael Smith, Director of Correspondence and Deputy Special Trade Representative
  • James Tozzi, OMB Assistant Director

Gerald R. Ford Library

Accretions to the Betty Ford Papers, Composite General Accessions and Composite Oral History collection.

Accretion to the papers and audiovisual materials of Roy Wetzel, (1976–2006). 13 cubic feet.

Jimmy Carter Library

Materials from Pepperdine Professor Dan Caldwell.
Accretion to collection from President Carter's Office.
Photograph collection from President Carter's son, Jeff Carter.

William J. Clinton Library

The Clinton Library accessioned approximately 34.547 cubic feet of textual material this quarter:

  • The Eddie Anderson Collection of Clinton memorabilia
  • The Gary Foulk Collection of press clippings
  • The Jeff Olson Collection of materials on the Millennium Trails Program

OPENINGS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

An accretion to the Joseph Lash Papers, 2 cubic feet.

Harry S. Truman Library

The Papers of George Porterfield Gates, grandfather of Bess Wallace Truman (1855–1917). The George Porterfield Gates Papers contain correspondence, bills, receipts, financial records and other materials relating to his life, family and business career, approximately 7 linear feet.

The Papers of Madge Gates Wallace, mother of Bess Wallace Truman and mother-in-law of Harry S. Truman (1857–1952). The Madge Gates Wallace Papers contain bank statements, cancelled checks, receipts, correspondence, invitations, memorabilia, printed material, and other items relating to her life and family, less than 1 linear foot.

Declassified material from the Harry S. Truman Papers: Psychological Strategy Board Files. The newly available documents date primarily from the later years of the Truman administration, approximately 1,300 pages.

The Papers of Fred Wallace, brother of Bess Wallace Truman and brother-in-law of Harry S. Truman (1898–1954). The Ppapers mostly consist of personal letters to Wallace from his friend Lillian Tannehill, his mother Madge Gates Wallace, and other friends and relatives. The collection also includes financial records, printed materials, and memorabilia, approximately 1 linear foot.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Correspondence between President Eisenhower and private citizens, records from the White House Social office, the White House Telegraph Office, and from the papers of Sherman Adams, Eisenhower's Chief of Staff, approximately 4 million pages.

The final three personal diaries of Dwight D. Eisenhower were opened for research. These diaries are from 1966, 1968, and 1969.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Records as President, 1953–61, White House Central Files, Too Late to be Processed. (This artificial series was eliminated by interfiling contents into correct series within the series White House Central Files, 1953–61), approximately 2.5 cubic feet.

John F. Kennedy Library

The papers of Samuel H. Beer, military officer, historian, educator, Massachusetts political figure. 2.772 cubic feet.

Two additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including papers from Robert Olmstead, and from Gen. James H. Polk. 0.050 cubic feet.

Two additions to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection, consisting of a poem written by Leela Amarasiri Gunawardana, "Noble King Kennedy," and papers from Johanna Besek, consisting of a poem written by the donor, "A Tribute To Our Beloved President." All materials were accessioned, processed and opened. 0.050 cubic feet.

Two additions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, including the papers of Sister Sylvia McClain and the papers of Linda Meinders Webb. 0.376 cubic feet.

Lyndon B. Johnson Library

The oral histories of Ashbrook Bryant, William Capron, Nash Castro, Raul Castro, Ed Clark, William DePuy, C. E. "Curley" Doyle, George D. Jacobson, Elizabeth Johnson, William Knowlton, Robert McMahon and Mark Muller, Joe Robertson, James Roosevelt, Bess Whitehead Scott, Milton P. Semer, Merrell "Pop" Small, George Smathers, and Adrian Spears. 689 pages.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Several thousand declassified pages added to the artificial collection, Ford Library Project File of Documents Declassified through the Remote Archive Capture (RAC) Program. The pages opened this quarter are from the following National Security Adviser subcollections: NSC East Asian and Pacific Affairs Staff Files, NSC International Economic Affairs Staff Files, Kissinger-Scowcroft West Wing Office Files, Presidential Agency File, and Presidential Subject File.

Transcripts and audiotapes for the following oral history interviews:

  • Roy Ash, Director, Office of Management and Budget
  • Earl Butz, Secretary of Agriculture
  • William T. Coleman, Secretary of Transportation
  • Thomas Kleppe, Secretary of the Interior
  • Elliot Richardson, Secretary of Commerce
  • Anne Armstrong, Counsellor to the President
  • Patricia Lindh, Special Assistant to the President for Women
  • Col. Tom Sherman, involved in the planning of the Vietnam clemency program
  • Hugh Sidey, journalist
  • Robert Teeter, political strategist/public opinion pollster

Jimmy Carter Library

Papers of Heather Campion.
Domestic Policy Staff—files of Ellen Goldstein.

George H. W. Bush Library

Records processed in response to the following Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests have been opened for research (65,414 pages):

  • 1998-0029-F (POW/MIA—6 pages)
  • 1999-0062-F (NAFTA—92 pages)
  • 2000-1390-F (START [Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty]—1,610 pages)
  • 2001-0144-F[1] (Bahrain—1,411 pages)
  • 2001-1419-F[1] (Covert Action—689 pages)
  • 2001-1853-F (U.S.-Soviet Trade Relations—5,236 pages)
  • 2002-0033-F (Ireland—4,879 pages)
  • 2002-1567-F[1] (Dennis B. Ross—904 pages)
  • 2003-0125-F (Argentina/IMF—1,799 pages)
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